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Item of iRterest Clipped fro* Cxefwwge* Mi Cot dtmtd for Qakk Pernol. Sign posts are to be placed on all roads or trails through Death Valley. Track laying to broad guage the Tonopah road will begin next Mon day. The Nevada Chamber of Com mence may be made a State institu tion. Senator Brougher. of Carson, is going to bore for hot water on his residence lot. The big arena ill Reno, in which the Hart-Root fight took place, is be ing dismantled. The Reno ball team was beaten last Sunday by a Sacramento nine by a score ot n to 8. Work is to be resumed in the Cot tonwood Canyon nickel and cobalt mines near Lovelock. sparks was visited by a >5,000 nre last Saturday night. the Union Bakery going up in smoke. The Nye and Ormsby County Hank has declared a dividend of 12 per cent, on its capital stock. The S. P. Co. has decided to let out all the Japs and employ Greeks for construction work on its lines. The Searchlight says the mining excitement at Crescent, Lincoln county, has been greatly exaggerat ed. Lawrence, the former Hazen post master, in the State prison tor at tempted murder, is seeking a new trial. Kails, ties, etc., are arriving in Carson tor the extension of the V. & T. road up into the Carson Valley country. K. H. Dockman has been arrested in Reno by U. S. authorities for con ducting a get-rich-quick concern in Tonopah. Western Pacific engineers are sur veying tor a new route east of 'Wells. They are looking for an easier grade. A wireless telegraph system is to be established between Tonopah and San Francisco, to be in operation within tour months. The owners of a high grade zinc and lead mine near Alpha, Kureka county, have arranged to ship ore to Salt Lake tor reduction. The Journal says the S. P. Co. is negotiating lor the purchase of both of the electric light and power com panies’ properties in Reno. A store at Ash Meadows, Mye county, was robbed recently ot $900, the robber telling; a woman clerk with a blow trom a revolver. A contract tor the construction of a new bridge across the Truckee River at Reno, has been let to Colton Bros., of Oakland, Cal., for $37,737. Considerable prospecting is being done in the old Sunshine District in the Pinenut range, and some very fine prospects have been discovered. W. A. Marsh, a well known cattle man, was bitten by a rattlesnake near Klondike Springs one day last week and died from the effects of the poison. Inquires are being made by east ern people about the Van Duzer Ex ploration Co., which is reported back there to be operating a mine in Nevada. The Western Pacific people have closed a contract with the Reno Pressed Brick Co. tor 400,000 brick to be used in the construction of the new line. The libel suit against the Tonopah Sun and Mims-Sutro Co., was dis missed by Judge Bawley in the U. S. Court last week and costs assess ed to plaintiff. Senator Livingston has figured out that he was given the double cross in the Hart-Root fight in Reno on the 3d inst., and promises to tell how it was done soon. The Bodie and Benton railroad ha* been bonded to San Francisco people for $100,000. Just what is going to be done with the line by the new owners is yet a mystery. Frank Thompson is charged with attempted rape on his 8-year-old niece in Reno, and is out of -jail on $2,000 bonds. Thompson is a gamb ler and his sister, Mrs. C. A. Davis, made the charge. The Beatty Bullfrog Miner pub lishes a list of mines and prospects in the Bullfrog country showing a pay roll ot 574 men. The'advent of a railroad to lower costs of trans portation will double the list. And now it is rumored that when the Hazen cut-off is completed a road will be extended north from Hazen to connect with the northern line of the Harriman system in Oregon. The grasshoppers are reported so numerous in Monitor Valley, near Belmont, Nye county, that the ranchers cut their hay two weeks earlier than usual to save the crop.—Sentinel. Last Saturday another disastrous fire occurred in Columbia. The Lo throp St Davis store was again wip ed out with a loss of about $35,000. Other buildings consumed makes a loss of over Sioo.ooo. A Sensational strike in the Eureka Tunnel on Prospect Mountain, two and a halt miles from Eureka, was reported last week. The find con sists of an iron-stained quariz ore carrying high values in gold. W. A. Seymour, a miner employ ed at the Watson mine at Pilot Knob, White Pine county, tell down the shaft Sunday morning and sus tained injuries from which he died. He was overcome bv powder gas. M B. Spiker, Joe Hawley and Willard Bobbins are under arrest at Las Vegas says the Age tor steal ing goods from the freight depot at that place, with which they intend ed te embark in business in Bullfrog. The Review says the Columbia Water Co. has six feet of water in its new well, and is so sure of get ting plenty ot water at a depth of 50 or 60 feet, that it has ordered a pump with a capacity ot 72.000 gallons per day. The Selby Con. M. & M. Co. has concluded to erect an 8-stamp mill on its property in the Jumbo District, eight miles north ot Carson. Water power to run the mill will be obtain ed from the pipe line ot the Virginia and Gold Hill Water Co. Many teamsters have pulled their wagons off of the road between Las Vegas and Beatty, owing to bad roads. They are taking freight at Ivanpah, which makes a longer haul, but the road is good and there is plenty ot water along the line. The friends and relatives of J. R. Boal, cashier of the defunct Gold field bank, have raised $20,000, and paid it over to the receiver. Boal is in the Hawthorne jail tor his part in looting the bank and the money is paid with the hope ot mitigating his punishment. John Hays Hammond, the noted South Africa mining engineer, on his return to Las Vegas from Bull frog last week, took a shy at the roulette wheels and walked off with bank rolls aggregating $20,000, leav ing the wheel manipulators in solvent. Four men met J. W. Wilbur, who is operating in Bullfrog, in Reno the other night. One ot the men re quested Wilbur to change a twenty dollar piece for him, and while doing so one of the four snatched Wilbur's purse, containing $175, and ran away with it. A fellow giving his name as C. B. Treadwell was put off ot a S. P. train at Wells a tew nights ago and arrested there on a charge ot enter ing a berth in a pulman and trying to rob and rape a lady occupant. The woman has signified her will ingness to return from Chicago to prosecute Treadwell. Harry Butts, who some months ago shot a fellow gambler in Reno, has been found guilty of assault with a deadly weapon. His victim did not die. Butts will be sentenced today. He says he will appeal the case it he can raise the money. Butts is addicted to morphine and oocane and is crazy halt the time. CNOIERA INFANTUM. Child Nat Expected te Live from Oee Hear te Aeether, but Cured by Chaaberlaia’s Celle Cholera aad Diarrhoea Cure. Ruth, the little daughter of K. M. Dewey, of Agnesville, Ya„ was seri ously ill ot cholera infantum last Summer. “We gave her up and did not expect h^r to live from one hour to another,” he says. “I hap pened to think ot Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy and got a bottle of it from the store. In five hours I saw a change tor the better. We kept on giving it and before she had taken the halt ot one small bottle she was well.” This remedy is tor sale by Mason Valley Drug Store. TIRED OUT. There's many a wife sits in the growing ihadows of an evening, knowing what it is to feel tired out; as if Mere was not another ounce of effort left in her. But if healthy she knows how sound ner smiuuei »111 be and how re freshed the morning will find her. But It's another thing for the tick woman to feel tired out. Best only seems to increase her suffering. She feels acuteij the aching hack and throbbing nerves. Sick women. hundreds of thousand.- of them, have been made well by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription. It establishes regularity. dries weakening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness. ** I am pleased to inform you of the benefit I received from using Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription and ‘Golden Medical Discov ery.’ " writes Mrs. ElUabeth A. Oswold. of 45 Brant Street, Windsor. Essex Co.. Ontario. Canada. "Was quite discouraged when I wrote asking your advice, as the physicians here told me I could get no relief except by an operation. Suffered for four years from irregular and nrofuse menstruation, had sick and nervous headaches most of the time, and at time* could hardly walk across the floor from weakness. I thank God there Lb such a remedy as Dr. Pierce s Favorite Pre scription for suffering women. Before I had taken the first bottle the headaches had left me and it was not long before regularity was Stablished and still continues so. Have just tlshed house-cleaning which I never ex pected to be able to do again, and can truly aay I never felt better than at present- I gladly recommend 'Favorite Prescription’ to all who suffer from female weakness. It has cured me and made me stronger in every way. Neither my husband nor myself can •ay enough in its praise." The selfish seller who urges some sub stitute Is thinking of the larger profit he’ll make and not of your best good. REAL BUTE! Bargains in Ranch and Town Property. E. H. WHITACRE, YERINGTON, NEVADA, Handles all kinds of Real Ks tate propositions, Ranches, Water Rights, Mining Property, Town Lots, Etc. SPECIAL BARGAIN-a nice three room hoube in Craig * Addition: large lot and new adobe cellar. An excel lent bargain if* offered purchaaer of this property. Mason Valley Drug Store G. I. LEAVITT A SOM, Proprietors In the Globe Hotel Building, Main Street, YERINGTON, NEVADA Carry a Pull Line of FRESH DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES P erf amt. Toilet Articles aid a floe lloe of Clfart. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Silver Palace Saloon Benassi A Doretti, Prop’s Mam Street, Yerington. A fine billiard tabic at the dis' posal of customers. A share of the public patronage is solic ited. and courteous treatment will be e* tended to all. FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS DR. McCOY CHAPPEL, JC DENTIST V Office in the Snyder Building Main St Yerington, Nevada Hotel Yerington, Main Street. Yerington, Nevada THE LEADING HOTEL C. F- Holland, Lessee. Excellent accommodations foi all Kll(*ats. Tables supplied with the best m the market. The bar. under the management of Messrs Holland^amd Bailey, will furnish the best Uquomand Cigars convenient sample Rooms F. L. Littell, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. •••• DEALER IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. I also carry a fine line of Furniture. Bedding, Stoves.1 Paints. Oils. Wallpaper. Main Street. Yerington. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Main Street, Yerington, Nev. Carroll & Archer Proprietors CHOICE i BEEF PORK MUTTON i Our Motto Small be “ Fair Prices for Prime Meats." J. M. FEENY DEALER IN _L general MERCHANDISE WABUSKA, NEV. Farm Produce of all Kinds Taken in Exchange. A Kin#* Llue of GENT4' FURNISHING GOODS. HAT.- <AP8. BOOTS. SHOES. DRYGOODS. KIT Alw*y* kept In Stork The Owl A flrtt-claa* resort on rpper Main Street. Yerington, Nevada, where none but the best brand* of wine*, liquor* and cigar* are dl»peu*ed F. W- DOWNEY, Proprietor. Elegant New Billiard and Pool Tables. Commodious Hall Over head for Dances. Pioneer Stables Lower Main Street, Yerington, Hironymous & Snyder. Props. Livery Rigs, Single or Double, Furnished at Reasonable Rates. First-da^ rigs furnished Transient stock given the best of care Horses bought, sold or traded. V. McIntyre, I.OWRR MAIN STRKKT, Yorington, INTo-er. Repairing Promptly and Subutnn tially Done. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. W. S. COATS WATCHMAHtB t JtWfllB Watches and Clocks cleaned and repaired Jewelry and Watches for Sale. Shop in Jooeph Building. Upper Main St . Yeringtou, Nevada Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar CjrMaii Coughs. sepals cold* from Wtw by fleetly aaevlap ths bowels. Yeringtan, Fisegrove and Smith Tilley MAIL STAGE* Make through trips to Wubuska daily; leaving Yerington at to a. m and return ing at 3:30 p. in leaving Yerington lor Smith Valiev at 4 p. m and arriving from Smith Valley at <> a. m , leaving Yerington for Pinegrove Monday*, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a. m. and leturning on alter nate days Freight to all points hauled at lowest liv ing rates. HH Office and stable on Upper Main Street, Yerington Nevada G. W. KNIERIM, Prop. rUrr'.t [Jisions Coryr;:vi>M i. Ac Anyone sending a sketch and doscri •* n n * quickly ascertain our opinion free a In met invention s probably patentable. < m. ji.; t Iona strict ly < ••nttdontlal. Handbook on I a> <> »»> sent free. Oldest agency for securing paten Patents taken through Muon A Co. rvcoriTv tpreial notice* without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.nrsrst cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, f" year; four months, $L Sold by all nawsdeab - MUNN & Co.88,Bre*<,"«’ New Tor:. Bnuich OWo«. tt» K Ht . W.uhlDKtnn. D. C. J. W. McAllister, BOOT & SHOE I.h dow located iu the bweetmun Building Upper Main Street, Yermgton, Nevada. Cobbling and Harness Repairing Neatly Done at Reason ale Rato SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES three dollars her ykak.