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"Golden Medical Discovery” contains no alcohol, whisky : or other intoxicant. "Your ‘Golden Medical Discovery’ is a sick man’s friend." writes Geo. N. Turner, | Eso . (Ex. Financial Secretary International \ Brotherhood of Teamsters), gJo* California Street, Denver, Colo. "For the past seven j years my health gradually failed. 1 lost ins appetite. became nervous ami debilitated, very despondent and unable to sleep. No medicine helped me until I tried Dr Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery, it put new life into my veins and increased vitality until I could once more enjoy life and attend to my , business. Eight bottles affected a complete cure and gladly do I recommend it.” Dr. Pierce’s Pellets—only one or two a day will regulate and cleanse and invig orate u foul, had Stomach, torpid Liver or sluggish Bowels. COMMERCIAL HOTEL MRS. C. ROSS, LESSEE, YKRINGTON. NEVADA •••••##••••■ Clean, comfortable rooms for regular and transient customers. The table always supplied with the best the market affords. ■••••##•••** Rates, $1.00 Per Day. Large, commodious Sample Room lor con venience of Commercial Men Mason Valley Drug Store G. I. LEAVITT & SON, Proprietors In the Globe Hotel building. Main Street. YERINGTON, NEVADA Carry a Full Line of FRESH DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES Perfumes, Toilet Articles and a fine Line of Cigars. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Made scientifically from pure sugars and with an eye to healthfulness and ease of digestion Goyer’s Maplecane is made of pure maple and Louisiana cane sugar, of rich, smooth consistency and the true “woodsy”mapleflavor. Whole so;t' —you can eat it every day FOR SALE BY CHflS. F. FOX, Yerington, Nevada. John Lothrop Attorney'-at'-Law and Notary Public, Will practice in all Courts in the State. Office in the Court House. Dayton. Nevada. Hotel Yerington, Main Street. Yerington. Nevada. C. F- H°lland, liessee. TMt ItADING HOTtL Excellent accommodations for all guests. Tables supplied with the best in the market The bar under the management of Mews Holland and Bailey, will furnish the best Liquors and Cigars. Convenient Sample Rooms F. L. Littell, CONTRACTOR ANU BUILDER. •••• dealer in AND BUILDING MATERIAL. I also carry a fine line of Furniture, Bedding, Stoves/ Paints, Oils, Wallpaper. Main Street. Yerington. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Main Street, Yerington, Nev. Carroll & Archer Proprietors CHOICE BEEF PORK MUTTON Our Motto Shall be ‘‘Fair Prices for Prime Meats.” J. M. FEENY DKA1.EH IN g enehaij MERCHANDISE WABUSKA, NEV. Farm Produce of all Kinds Taken in Exchange. A Fine Line of OF.NT4* FURNISHING GOODS. llATfe CAPS. BOOIS. SHOES. DRYGOODS. K'l < . A)way*. k«*j»t in Stock. The Owl A first-class resort on Upper Main street. Yerlngton, Nevada, where none bat the best brands of wines, liquors and ctitars are dispensed P. W. DOWIMEY, Proprietor. Elegant New Billiard and Pool Tables. Commodious Hall Over head for Dances. Lower Main Street, Yerington, Hironymous & Snyder, Props. Livery Rigs, Single or Double, Furnished at Reasonable Rates, First-class rigs furnished. Transient stock given the best of care. Horses bought, sold or traded. Yerington* Finegrove ad Smith Valley 3YX AILi STAGES Make through trips to Wabuska daily leaving Yerington at 10 a. m. and return ing at vv- p in.: leaving Yerington loi Smith Valley at 4 p. m and arriving from smith Valiev at «* i. in. leaving Yerington lor Pitiegrove Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at Ha. m and returning on alter note days m* Freight to all points hauled at lowest liv ing rates. Office and atablc on I’pper Mam Street Yerington Nevada. G. W. KNIERIM, Prop* V. McIntyre, B TLm A O w A G O 3V M A IL E XI iionsEsiioEn LOWER MAIN STREET. Yoriugtou, Nnv. Repairiny Promptly and So tint ini tially Done. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. DR. McCOY CHAPPEL, DENTIST Office in the Snyder HuiMing. Main St., Yerington, Nevada. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digest* what you eat. 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At th bicycle meet at Reno last week Carter won all prizes, also es tablishing a new five-mile record of li:34 The Lida Knterprise reports that work will soon be commenced on the large smelter to be constructed near that camp. The Supreme Court has denied the last of the Welch murderers a new trial and it now looks as though all four would hang. Chas K. Knox was re-elected pres ident ot the Montana-Tonopah Min ing Co. at the annual election of that company held last week. Former United States Senator Stewart denies the published report i hat he is a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate. Monte At tel was knocked out in the twenty-filth round by Harry Tinny in their fight for a 52,000 purse at Goldfield last week. I). C. Bovee, backed by Pittsburg, Pa., capital, has bought the K. Oling house mines and mills for 535.000, which he expects to operate on a pre tentious scale. The State well at Carson is now down 390 feet and smaller casing will have to be used to sink deeper. The water now comes almost to the top of the ground. Pumping operations - are progress ing favorably in the Dexter at Tus carora. The mine has been un watered below the first level and the completion of the work is looked tor in about seven or eight weeks. Th»* Schwab-McKane mining syn dicate is endeavoring to effect a con solidation of several of the large’ mining properties ot Goldfield, iiL cluding the Florence, Jumbo, Combi nation, January, Atlanta and possi bly some others. L. L. Patrick has purchased for §20,000 the Canton group ot mines near Pigeon Springs, Ksmeralda county. The property includes a mill site, and several ledges travers ing the ground show ore running from §10 to §200 per ton. There seems to be no doubt now that the Tonopah and Goldfied rail road will be extended down to the Bull! rog country. Some reports say the road will be a narrow gauge, but this is hardly probable. The day ot narrow gauge roads has gone by. Monday a large monkey in the zoo of A. Cohn, at Carson, escuped from his quarters and ran about town. He attacked several women and children, and badly mangled a little girl named Minnock. The brut, was finally shot by George Kitzmeyer. Mrs. Clara V. Regan has been granted a divorce in the district court by Judge Curler from Daniel Regan, who is serving a sentence lor killing his mother-in-law. The divorce was granted on the convic tion ot the defendant on a charge ot felony. The Walker River Light & Power Company has commenced work on its plant at Sweetwater. Fifty men are employed and it is reported that work will be actively prosecuted and power furnished to Masonic, 1 lodle, Aurora and Tonopah within six months. Dr. J. L. Robinson. Secretary ot the Reno Hoard ot Health, says that Reno has the highest death rate ot any city in the country. In August there wer, twenty-one deaths and only seven births. The high mor tality rate is caused largely by vio lence or suicide. At the southern end ot Death Val ley a great rock salt ledge has been discovered, which in extent is only equaled by the deposit at Hunker ville. The New Liverpool Salt Co. has an expert examining the proper ty. It will be in market when the Horax Smith railroad is built.—Age. At Deeth, Nevada, the Humboldt river is perfectly dry tor the first time in ten years. Only the deepest holes contain water. At Halleck the water, is no longer running, and at Klko there is but a small stream. The South Fork is reported dry at the bridge south of the Rienhart ranch. The ranges are drying up rapidly and many springs that usu ally flow the year round are per fectly dry.—Lovelock Tribune. The new district of North Canvon, about eight miles from Hawthorne, is showing up some good strikes. Al. Wilde has a claim there with a six-toot ledge ot ore that goes up in the hundreds. Calvert, Box, Gru ber and a number ot other railroad boys also have some promising claims. H. A. Waldo, Commissioner ot Chancery, was in Reno this week taking testimony in the suit ot the State ot Nevada vs. Kloriston Paper Company. So far the testimony has proven the fact irrefutably that the acid and refuse from the mill is kill ing the fish and vegetation below the mill. While crossing the V. & T. track near Washoe City last Saturday J. J. Cooper was struck hv the southbound passenger train and so badly injured thot he dud. The cart in which he was riding was smashed into kindling wood and the horse was thrown 50 feet and in stantly killed. The International Power Co., a Nevada corporation, organized by Salt Lake people, have incorporated with a capital of $1,500,000, its pur pose being the construction and op eration of electric power and light plants, electric railways, telephone and telegraph lines. Klko, Nev., is the principal location of the com-1 pany’s proposed activities. The contractor who has been work ing a large force ot men on the gov ernment dam at Lake Tahoe has discharged his men, stored his dredger and other machinery and quit work tor the winter. It is be lieved that he is acting under orders from the interior department on ac count ot the litigation over the headwaters of the Truckee. The mutilated remains of a woman were found by A. Bass, a prospector, near Tonopah one day last week. The legs, arms and head had been sawed off. The remains were in a badly decomposed condition. It transpired later that the corpse was one which had been operated on bv medical men. No murde r was com mitted, the authorities contend. The Bodie Miner-Index is much improved ot late typographically, and contains some live news. It promises soon to become an all home print sheet. The last issue reports some good mining news in that sec tion, and there are indications that the old camps »>t Bodie and Aurora will come to the trout again as bul lion producers in the very near future. A young woman named Hazel Deane, who supposed her mother dead years ago, found her in a dance hall in Goldfield one night last week. The younger woman was masquer ading in male attire. After the rec j ognition she tried to get her mother to leave the life she was leading, hut the elder woman said it was too late and mother and daughter parted for the timebeing. Mrs. Fermina Sarrias has entered suit to have the sale ot her Ksmer alda county mines to Henry F. Quint ot Boston set aside. She claims that Quint negotiated the sale by means ot fraudulent representations, and that unless the deeds and contracts, held in escrow by the Merchants’ National Bank ot Reno, are set aside that she will be defrauded out of a valuable property. After being pigeon-holed in the wrong department of the IT. S. Land Office for thirty-five years, a patent from the government office issued to C. II. Light and A. H. Kmanuel for the Badger Hill mining property in Churchill county, was received by II. B. Maxson last week. The old age-worn document bore the signa ture ot U. S. Grant, then President of the United States. Last week Wednesday two motor cars, bought on trial by the Tonopah railroad trom Fairbanks, Morse & Co., arrived and were tested. A speed ot thirty miles an hour was attained on the still grrde into To nopah, and the showing made by the cars was entirely satitactory. The machines are 16 h. p. and each will hold twelve passengers. It is the intention ot the railroad to run them between here and Goldfield every two hours.—Tonopah Sun. Alter being thrown into a lake and pulled out three times tor refusing to sing tor a hazing party ot State University young ladies (V) Miss Bertha Kait), a recent arrival at the University trom Arizona, broke away trom her tormentors, ran to her room and secured a 44-calibre re volver, which she wielded in such a manner upon her reappearance that the hazers lost no time in taking to cover. The tair “Anona trom Ari zona” is still unhazed and intends to remain that way.