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VOLUME X._EUREKA, NEVADA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. 1890. NUMBER 49.
(jMcekln Sentinel. is prnLiaBRD mnr iattedat dt CASSIDY ft BKILLMAW* a. saiLUfA*. o«o. w.rAXTTrr TERMS FOR WEEKLY SENTINEL: On** ropy, on# yrar.$5 00 On** ropy, all month*...2 50 On** ropy, thr#** month*...1 50 liy Carrier, per month. M AGENTS EUGENE FITZPATRICK. Rnhy Hill MRS. J. F. CUPID. Ward L. V. WERTHEIMER.Plocha WILLIE TIMSON.Hamilton A WIDOW'N NO LICIT! DC. An Kinllrnl Atory Told by Bar ■Him. the Itreal Alinw-Bnu. “ T saw a stra: je .\ght fence going to show the strength of a woman’s grief for her dead husband,” said Mr. Bar nnm in one of his afternoon chats to a Chicago Tribune reporter. “The man had been an invalid so long that he was helpless. Ife lived in the mountains of Vermont. His wife went with him everywhere, and as the atmosphere in that region was always moist, the wife insisted that her invalid husband should never go out without his top coat and a pair of buck mitts on his hands. No matter where those people were seen the man was attired for cold weather. ” He died. Iattended the funeral. A lady who was present called my atten tion to something under the shirt front of the corpse. A closer investi gation showed that the object was the top coat which the poor fellow had worn so much in his life-time. The lady asked the widow why she had put the coat there and her reply was that he hadn’t gone anywhere with out it for years and sho couldn't think of his not having it. The casket was placed in a receiving vault. When it arrived there it was again opened for a last look. The widow was seen to linger about the body for several minutes, engaged in something, no one could see what. Then the casket was closed and placed in the receptacle. As we were being driven home the widow remarked to her lady friend to whom she had sjioken about the coat: ‘1 feel f<otter now, for I got his mitts in the coffin before it was closed. He hail w orn them so much that I couldn’t think of his being without them. “ The poor woman w as so sincere about all this that it was some years before I could get my consent to think that the sad situation hud a humorous phase.” lie Urh Itioro In 17 Way* I can swim seventeen different ways, some of w hicli come under the head of fancy swimming. As a gym nast can go through his regular per formance ho can I change rapidly from one style of swimming to another. For a hundred yard race I recommend the American overhand side stroke. I admit that some say tho turtle stroke is the faster of the two, hut I really think the side stroke is the fastest in the world. With tho overhand side stroke I swam 100 yards in one min ute and fifteen seconds, while the tur tle stroke occupied just one and one fifth seconds longer. I have found the turtle stroke very hard to keep up, because the movements are quicker than tire side stroke movements. In a race always try to keep on the left side of your opponent, with your eye on him, so ho cannot make a spurt and get away from you.—(Jus Sund strom in New York Mail and Express. ■ siinrniil I'fur of l aw. Louis and Philip Audiget, two young Frenchmen w ho owned a piece of gotind near Newhall, Ix» Angeles county, finding a brush fire approach ing ami threatening their little home started a back fire which got beyond their control and caused considerable losses to neighliors. They believed that their act was punishable by the law with death, and concluded to commit suicide. They lay down under a tree nnd shot themselves in the head. Phillip received one wound and I-ouis three. They thought they had made a good job of it, but thev were found Thursday evening under the trees, where they had lain since Wednesday morning, with life in them, and were taken to the Los Angeles County Hospital. Louis will probably die but Philip will recover. Both men have served in the French army. or “ Miulnm." A Washington avenue storekeeper says: “ I have instructed my clerks to address all women customers as ‘ madam.’ I had to issue an order of some kind. A woman came here the other day and one of the clerks ad dressed her as* miss.’ You wouldn’t supiose that any woman would take affront at that, would you? Well, the customer to whom I refer did, and I had to leave my desk and go to the clerk and speak to him in a manner I was ashamed of after, just to please that woman. One of my saleswomen, a few days before, had addressed a young woman as ‘ madam,’ and that raised a row. The young woman fairly screamed and made all sorts of threats So I issued an order that ‘ madam ’ should be applied indiscriminately to all women who came into my store.” —Chicago Tribune. A Vila Writcli. The other day, while a circus was exhibiting at lteno, a liend in human shape named O'tioeh, gave a boy two bits to walk around under the benches w here an entire young ladies' seminary waH seated, and let loose a hive full of trained bees near the hindlegs of the young ladies above. Eye-witnesses of the terrible scene state that there was an average of nine sweet girl graduates in the air all tho time. Well may the moralist ask. "Whither are we drifting. --♦--—— l*oor for MrhoofiuiMters. In upper Kileaia schoolmasters are paid less than coal miners or day la borers. One teacher there who ha* hchl hie jiost for eight years receive* hut 570 marks a vear, with no pros l>ect of a raise. A miner in the dis trict is paid from 3 to 3’* marks a da> and u journeyman laborer front 4 to (i Ill HAS IIKASrs Of Hl!RI)K!l. linn an American was Nnppll<Ml With a Hot Bath. A foreign correspondent of the Phil adelphia Press writes: In Belgium anil (iermany, men, dogs and women take the place of horses. Horses are used for drawing stones and heavy materials, hut a retail store makes its deliveries in wagons drawn by men nnd women. Bath t:ibs and tanks of hot and cold water are drawn around the streets of Dresden. There is not a hot bath In a hotel in Dresden. When I asked the landlord in the largest ho tel there if I could have a bath in the hotel, he looked astonished and ex claimed : " What! all over?” , “ Yes, a hot bath.” "Mein Hott, it is impossible.” Then, after a moment's reflection, he added: " Yes, it can be done. I will send for it.” in atxmt an hour a man and his wife, harnessed to a wagon, drove themselves around with a bath tub, two tanks of water and a thermome ter. When the bath tub came up stairs the man and wife looked like pall-bearers. Timing down the rug they planted tie coffin-shaped bath tub in the middle of the room, and stood there for me to disrobe. I ex cused the woman, but the man re mained until the last sad rite was per formed. Then they received 00 cents, carried down the long, coffin-shaped tub, hitched themselves back onto the wagon and returned to Frederick Strasse. In an American hotel we would have rung an electric bell, crossed the hall, turned two faucets, and taken the same bath for 25 cents. Uroomlaair llorseit. In the I’almer House livery stables at Chicago are steam brushes for grooming horses. They are cylinders in form, and revolve on a stick which may be held in the hand. With this tire operator passes rapidly over the horse, making dust and hair fly at a rate that keeps the air thick. Two men work at one hors**, one on each side, ami they will go over an animal in forty seconds. A repetition of the cleaning leaves so little dust that a white handkerchief may be passed over the coat w ithout soiling it. The brushes are operated by steam. Steam w ii*rs are also used on the cylinders in placo of brushes, and a horse wring ing wet with foam from exerciso can be rubbed dry in one minute. •'nnlstiinrut In New F.uglnu<l. The Board of Education of New Haven, Conn., is examining the case of Principal John <i. Lewis of the Webster school, who is accused of whipping little Paul (iebhardto death. Much has been said about the princi pal's whipping methods. Ixmis Meyer, a 14-year-old boy. living at 247 Daven port avenue, testilied: “Two years ago I was strapped to a desk by Mr. Lewis and punished. He strapped my legs to the legs of the desk, and then he strapped my hands to the top of the desk. Then ho had a revolving pole with four or five slra|is in it, all with knots in the ends. This flew around by pulling a string, ami the stra|>s hit me all over.—Chicago Her aid. .11, A - — — A UnMl Temp'rauce Ntory. John B. Gough used to tell the fol lowing story, though the joke was at his own expense. Once, while on a lecturing tour through England, he was introduced to a flpiall village au dience in these terms: “ Ladies and gentlemen—I ’ave the 'onor to intro duce to you the distinguished lecturer, Mr. John B. Gough, who will liaddress us on the subject of temperance. You know that temperance is thought to lie a very dry subject, but to-night, as we listen to our friend the horator from the hocean, we ’ope to ’ave the miracle of Sampson repeated, and to tie refreshed with water from the jaw bone of a liass!” Itaalli from Tight l.arlng. One of tlie dancers at the Court Theater in Berlin was recently found dead in bed. She had performed at tlie theater in the evening before and seemed in good health. At first it was siip|>08ed that the girl had com mitted suicide by taking poison, but a I Hist mortem examination showed that site died from failure of the heart's action, due to tight lacing. The liver of tlie unfortunate young woman waH horribly deformed and crushed out of sha|>e. Professor Virchow, at a lec ture which he recently gave in Berlin on “ Diseases of the Liver,” stated that half the cases of diseases of the liver in women were brought about by tight lacing. __ (living HiaNialer Away. " I suppose, Tommy, you love your sister very much,” said the gentleman who was pnyiug his addresses to Tommy’s sister. Tommy—I love her when there are fellows around. Sho is mighty good to me then, but sho is as cross us the mischief after they are gone. Sho is like a fiddle. She is no good without a beau. Ain’t that so Fan?—Texas Siftings. A New Jersey Tragedy. “ I’m onto you,” said the mosquito. “Come off,” said the Jerseyanan, slapping him. “Gad! lie’s made a mash on my wife,” cried the mosquito's huBband as he flow away, and, lighting on an Ash bury l‘urk man’s nose, drank himself to death. Owned up riunlly. “ Your shoes are too tight,” they told her; but no— She treated the notion with scorn, Till a horrid man trod on hertenderest toe And she had to acknowledge the corn.” NnniellilWK New. Go to I,nmbert’s, on South Main sired, and get Homo of George's whole a'odiish. It is something new and ale liciouB. t AHKIYAI.N AND IIKPA R I I'KKS OF TH* HAHN. The days aod boon of tba arrivals and departures of tbe malls at aod from tbe Eureka Postoffioe areas follows: Eureka and Palisade, by tbe E. A P. R. R.: Arrive on Tueedays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4:30 p. a., and depart oo Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:30 o'clock A. a. Eureka and Palisade by tbe backboard: Arrive Sundays, Wednesdays aod Fridays at 10 p. a., and dose oo Mondays, Wed needays and Fridays at 9 p. a Eureka and Taylor, embracing Belig man, Hamilton aod Ely, arrive aod de part at 8 a. m. daily Eureka and Tybo, embracing Hot Creek and Morey: Arrive on Mondays and Thursdays at 4 r. a., and depart on Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 A. a. Enreka and Duekwater: Arrive on Sundays at 6 a. a., and depart on Monday at 8 a. a. Eureka and Cold Creek: Arrives on Tuesday at 6?,a., and !eevea|tbe following Monday at 8 a. a. Ruby Hill: Departs daily, Sundays ex cepted, at 7:30 a. a., and arrives at 9:30 a. rostoraoe hoars: Opens daily at 9 a. w. and closes at 7 r. m. Snndays: Open from 12 o’olock at noon nntil 1 p. u. The law provides that the Postmaster may close the mailt a half bonr before the time of departure. All valuable matter should be registered. The ooat it ten cents to any part of tbe world. POBEION MONEY OBDEBH Under tbe International money order system, applications can be made for or ders for the payment of one cent up to three hundred dollars. One form of ap plication will answer for three orders, but no tiogle order oan be issued for any amount exceeding one hundred dollars. On all orders Issued a commission equal to the rate of about one oent on the dollar it charged tbe sender. The conversion of American into foreign currenoy is made on the following basis: For Orest Britain, Ireland, Australia and Africa, $4 97 equals one pound tier ling. For Franoe, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Algeria, tl equals 5 francs and 5 centimes. For Denmark, Sweden and Norway, SI equals 3 kronor and 73 ores. For Oermany, SI equals 4 marks and 12 pfenning. For Portugal, the Azores and Madeira Islands, SI equals 920 reis. For tbe Netherlands, SI equals 2 florins and 43 oentimes. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD. NKW AKICAMUENHNTII. On and after Dec. 6,1888, TRAINS For Pamengers, Malls, Vipresa ami Preiglit Will UT« Eureka on MONDAYS. WEDNES DAYS and FRIDAYS. <Oi Pacific Standard tlma) aa follows: Leave Eureka at. 104XLA. M. Arrive at Palisade at...4 00 r. M. Making oonneotlon with Kaal and Woof Hoand Trains of the Central Paelfle Eallroad. Returning, will leave Pallsado on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Leave Pallaade at.10 a. M. Arrive at Enreka at...4:00 r. M. TBS COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT HAMILTON, SELIGMAN. TAYLOR, • ELY. TYBO, BELMONT, REVEILLE. And til point* tooth, by taama, with otic and dtipatoh. and at the lowaat ratta. B. GILMAN, General Snp't. EUREKA MARKET. One do»r south of the Open House, Bout) Mein street. TIIOS. K. HALKY - . . Proprietor ^yilOLKSALE AND DETAIL, butcher. The lllgheet Ceeh Price paid for HIDES. Mrate delivered within four niilee of town free of charge. Eureka. Jane 7, 1$S9. JeS New Uoodal New Uoodal The White Home Clothing Emporium ie in dally reoelpt of their new etook of Spring and Sommer alothlug, gsnte' fur nishing good*, bate, eto. Ale ) a full line of the gold and silver ehirte, whloh we guarantee to be the beet white ehirte the market, at the loweet price. e M. Kabskt. Potatoes and ■auer-kronl. B. Berg lias just received a new lot of potatoes which lie will sell verv cheap. He lias also received a fresh lot of sauor-krout. * REPUBLICAN State Convention. Omca of i Rlrr.uc.il Stats Oc.vtr.l Cowarmn, } Vi Bui nia Cm, N.v.. May SO, 1W0. ) At * meeting of the Republican State Cen tral Committee of Nevada, held thl. day, it »M ordered that a BE HELD AT VIRGINIA CITY, ...ON.... Thursday, September 4,1890 At 9 o'clock p. m., for the purpoee of nominet tog e full state Ticket, tIi : Member of CMgrmi, CsTrraor, Lieutenant Governor, Judge of the Supreme Court, Clerk of Ike Supreme Court, Attorney General, Secretary of Hi Me, State Controller, State Tre-surer. Surveyor General, State Printer, Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, i'onr Judges of the District Court, Two Members or the Board of Be* Kents or the Stole University, Also for the appointment of a State Central Committee. 1 he basis of representation of the respective counties In the said Convention shall bs one delegate for each 50 votes, and one for each fraction of 25 votes or over cast for the Harrl eon and Morton Electors, aggregating 146 dele gates, apportioned os follows: Ohurchlli county. 2 Douglas. 5 Elko. 1C Esmeralda . 8 Eureka . . 14 Humboldt. 9 Lander... 7 Lincoln. 3 Lyon. 9 Nye. 4 Orrnsby.11 Storey. 32 Washoe .18 White Pine. 8 Total.14C The severs Republican County Central Com mittees will call a Primary Election Of the People on SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1890, For the purpoee of electing Delegatee to the s id State Convention, the Primary Election to he carried ont in compliance with the law of the State and the Instructions of this Commit tee. The following teat will be required of etch and every voter at the said Primary Eleotions *• I am «a (Cllsen or thin Stale and will sap port the nominees or the Uopublleau Forty." The following resolution* were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That this committee reaMrms the State end National Republican platform of 1388, Including the declaration that “ the Re publican party Is in favor of the use of both gold and silver as money," and that It *• con demns all efforts to demonetize silver." Resolved, That the persistent neglect of Secretary Wlndom to increase the coinage of Bllver to the maximum of four trillion dollars per month, coupled with his attempt to influ ence Congressional legislation ao as to perpetu ate sllvsr demonetisation, is s shameless viola tion of the silver plank of the National Repub lican platform, an attack upon the rights and interests of the miners, farmers and worker* of the land, and an act of party perfidy that should call for his retirement from the coun cils of an administration which is pledged to help and not to hinder the remonetization of silver. Resolved. That the Republican party of this State is in favor of free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver; that it holds to this principle as s tenet of party faith and a teat of party allegiance; that it will permit of no abondomuent or modification of this doc trine; that let whosoever will prove recreant to the principle of bimetallism it will remain steadfast thereto, and that it Invites all voters in Nevada who favor the repeal of the Iniqui tous tnterlineated law of 1873 by which silver was demonetized, and who desire the establish ment of free and uullmlted eoinage as the law of the United StaUs of America, to join In electing delegatee to a Republican State Con vention. E. O. BOYLE, Chairman. F. V. LORD,Secretary. j.ai td NOTICE TOJREDITORS. la the District Coart or tlie Stall of Nevada, Kurtka CouHty. In the Matter of the Estate of Wm. K Neele Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the umlcrsigned Administrator of the above named Estate, to tbe Creditor* of, and all per aons having claims against tbe aaid deceased, to eihibtt their claims wit h the necessary vouch ers within 30 days after tbe first publication of this notice to tbe laid Administrator at bis place of business or to bis attorney, R. M. Beatty, at bis office, In the Opera House, In tbe town and county of Eureka. Nevada, or be forever barred from collecting or enforcing the earns. P. H. HJl’L. Public Administrator of Eureka oountv.Nev., And Administrator of the Estate of Wm. E. Node Di)Cosod. K. M Hiattt, Attorney tor Administrator. Dated Bunks, Ntv., June 93.1890. )s98>4« WEAK, NERVOUS MEH Buffering from Kerr— Debility, Premature Decline, Exhausted Vitality, Weakueea of Body and Mtud, etc., we will send you full par ticulars of tbe only safe and natural home cut free of cl verge. Address Heidelberg Oo. 24 W. Uth street, New York. afi-3mAwle DEMOCRATIC State Convention. HEADqrARTRRS OF DEMOCRATIC 1 STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. } ▼nomu Ott. Not., Jubo so, ism. J TJLRSUANT TO THE ACTION OF THE 4,. tj—BctiMe gt,,. (*„t„| Oommlttae of th« State of Morula hold tlila d*y it wu ordered that a DEMOCRATIC e. v>* tF l> 8tate Convention BE HELD AT R E KTO, ON THURSDAY. SEPT. II, 1890, At 1 o’clock r. m., for the purpose of nomtnat log a full State Ticket to be voted for at the next General Election, via: Member of reifmi, Coventor, Lieutenant Governor, Judge of fho Supreme Court, Clerk of tko Hnpreme Conrt, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, State Controller, Surveyor General, HUIe Printer, Snpt. of Public Instruction, Ponr Judges District Court, Two Members Board of ^Bogeala Nlate llalvenlty, Also for the appointment of a State Central Committee and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the Con vention. The apportionment of Delegatee to aaid Con vention la aa follows: Churchill. 2 Douglas. 3 Elko. 16 Esmeralda. 7 Eureka. 10 Humboldt. 11 Lander. 7 Lincoln. 4 Lyon. 7 nye. . 3 Ormsby. 9 Storey. 28 Washoe. 16 White Fine. 6 Total.127 The several Democratic Committees are hereby requested to call a Primary Election ON SATURDAY, AUG. 30, 1890, For the purpose of electing Delegates to the said State Convention, the Primary Election to be carried out in compliance with the laws of the tftate. The following Test will be required of voters at said primary Election: ARE YOU A VOTER, AND WILL YOU SUPPORT THE NOMINEES OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION TO BE HELD IN RENO ON SEPT. II, 1890?" J. W. ADAMS, Chairman. F. J. BVHFB, Secretary. Assessment Notice. Baby Hill Tnsuel and HHuIuk Com* P»**y. Location of principal place of business, Eureka, Eureka county, Ne. vada. Location of worka, Eureka Mining Dlatrlot, Eureka county. State of Nevada. Notice la hereby given that at a meeting oi the Board of Directors, held on the 14th day ol April, 1890, an assessment (No. 19) of One cent per share was levied upon the capital atocl of the corporation, payable Immediately lx United States gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the companr, in Ryland’s Building at Eureka, Nevada Any stock upon which this assessment shal remain unpaid on MouUaay, the 19th Day «»f May, 18*0. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale a public auction; and unless payment Is mad< before, will be sold on THURSDAY, the lfti day of June, 1*90, to pay the dellnqueu assessment, together with the coets of adver tising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. B. F. McEWEN, Hecretary. Office— Byland's Building, Eureka, Nevada April 14. 1HW. al9-td 3STOTIOE To Mill and Mining Men. The executrix ok the estate ok E. N. Roblntou, deceased. ami attorney in fect for the surviving par tours. deems it heat to dispose of the entire Seliguian prop erty hy parts and portions at priv.tesale, in stead of auction, end hereby offer the tame accordingly. Early applications to purchase any of tbia property will insure good bargains. IRENE M. ROBINSON, Executrix and Attorney-In-Fact for the ear riv ing partners. Religman, Nev.. Jane lb. 1890. je21-tf O 4 MPT pi| 0° tor 13 week*, j OAMl JjCiriie Police Maxell* , will be mailed, securely wrapped, to any ad dress in the United I") I LIO Mate* for Three Mouths on\^\J L X XliO receipt of One Dollar. Liberal discount allowed to Postmasters. Agents and Clubs. The Police Gazette of New If A IT pTV°*k is the only legitilT 1 c\ XXJXjXXmate Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Journal published on the American Lip TNT TT t continent. Apply for terms to J? XVXLlJEj . Richard K. Fox, Franklin 8qnare, New York. NOTICE TO WINERS. rftHE RUBY HILL STAGE WILL TARI | either paseengcis or freight to. or aa near as possible to, any of the mines in Eureka Dis trict or surrounding*. J. J. R1GHART, Proprietor. JOS. HAUSMANN, d J4 Agent, Main street, Eureka, 1890. 1890. THE New York ffeokly Herald .AT. St A YEAR I .IS THI. Greatest an! Cheapest Family Journal IN THE UNITED STATES. Now is the Time to Subscribe. During the ;Hr 1890 It will even exceed It eell In the variety of ita contenta andlta effort* to pletee It* .ubacrlbera. Mew feature* will be added to lta regular departments. Including flrat-elaaa ILLUSTRATIONS I ITS WELL KNOWN SPECIALTIES Are : Practical Farming and Garden in Progress in Science. Woman • Work. Stories by our beet author!. Litera ture and Art. Oholce Flashes of Wit and Humor. Ex clusive News for Veteran*. Iimtioi on All Subjects Do not fall to subscribe now for the NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. _ Addreci, JAMES CORDON IENNETT, NEW YORK HERALD, New York City. DESCRIPTION OF TH BLUEBERRY. Tub blueberry 19 a valuable fruit and ia a reliable fruit to grow in our Northern States where the more teEider varie ties of fruits Winter-kill. It is perfectly hardy, having stood 40 degrees below aero without showing any Injury to the most tender buds. It ripens in this latitude about the first of July and is borne in clusters like currants; shape, round; color, reddish purpls at first, but becomes s bluish bla<k when fully ripened. The flavor is equal to the raspberry, s very mild, rich sub-acid, pronounced by most peo ple delicious. It may be served with sugar and cream or cooked sauce and is splendid canned for Winter use. The plant seems to flourish in all soils and is a prolific bearer. It grows very stocky and makes a nice hedge. The shining d^rk green leaves and the blue fruit making a pleasing contrast. The demand for the fruit is great, aud usually brings 15 cents par quart. They commence bearing the first year after Betting out and yields s full crop the second and third year after setting ont. They are propagated from suckers and root cuttings. The plant is about the height and size of the oarrant bush and very stocky, holding the fruit well up from the ground. Plants should be set In the Spring during March, April and May, in rows two or three feet apart and five or six feet between the rows, making a perfect hedge, and no grass or wreeds should be allowed to grow between rows. PRIOR LIST. One dozen plants by mall.00 cents. Two dozen plants by mall... $1. One hundred plants by express.$2 60. One thousand plants by expr's or freight. $16 00. HOW TO SEND MONEY I would prefer to have inonoy sent by Ameri can Express order, all sums of $6 and under, cost only five cents, and If order Is lost, money will be promptlv refunded to sender. If not convenient to obtain express order, money can he sent by registered letter or post office money order or postal note, drawn on Portland, Mich., Postage stamps will not be accepted only from our euafton era that cannot obtain an express order—only those of one cent domination wanted. Plants are carefully paeked in damp moss and delivered to express or freight office, for which 1 make no extra charge. DELOS STAPLES, ; a20.6w Portland. Ionia county, Mich. SMALLPOX MARKS CAN BE REMOVED I LEON cfc CO London, pkufumjcrs to h. m. the Queen, have invented and patented the world-renowned OBLITERATOR ! Which remove# Smallpox Marks of however long standing. The application la simple and harmless, cause# no inconvenience and con tains nothing Injurious. Price, $2 60. Superfluous Hair ! Leon & Co.’s “Depilatory” Removes Superfluous Bair iu a few minutes without pain or unplerwani eoneatlon. never to grow again. Simple and bsrmieea. Fall ' direction* aent by mall. Pricefl. GEORGE W. 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Fall particulars in I pamphlet, sent free to every applicant. we Guarantee Six Boxes to cure m any case. For every %6 received, we send six boxes, with a written suaantee to refund the money if our Specific doenot effect a cure. Address all communications to the Sole Manufacturers, THE MURRAY MEDf(TINE CO.. Kansas Oily, Mo, OTSold in Eureka by J 8. CAPRON. Jjl-IF NOTICE. In the niitrlel Peurt of the State et Nevada, Eureka Cauuly, In the Matter of the Estate of David II. Rob erts. Deceased. XTOTICl ib HEREBY GIVEN THAT i^l Mary Roberts has filed with the Clerk of said Court a petition praying for letters testa mentary of the estate of David H. Roberta, de ceased, and that Thursday, the ltd day of I May, 1890, at 2 o’clock p . u , the aame being I a day of the regular passion of said Court, at the Courthouse, and In the courtroom thereof, in the town of Eureka, said county and State, has been set for the hearing of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and show cause why said petition should not be granted IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE HEREUNTO set my hand officially and affixed Tubal.] the seal of aaid Court, this 3d day of May, 1890. F. H. HARMON. County Clerk, Eureka county. Nevada, and ex officio Olerk of said Court. mylO id M P^ are tb 5*e put up by \k # D. M. FK HR V & CO.\ 0 Who are the tor rv ; Seedsmen in the world. ^ D. *f Perky ft Go’s t m a Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced S [stttiAmmu M for 1890 will be mailed FK£E to ail ap- 0 plicants, and to last season’s customers. M ^k It is better than ever. Every person M using (Jurdcn, flower or field Seeds should send for it. 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II your DEAUIK does no* keep our goods, sand to tis and we WILD fur nish you Vault or Overcoat, exprees or mail paid, on receipt of price. We will win and hold VOur patronage if yon try ns with an order t Ww have built up this immense business by our PAINSTAKING methods, and by doing by out ers as we would be done by. . Ed. la Hcsn-*T A Co.. Style Originator* ^ws In ordering Saits or Overcoats observw IMV strictly following rules for measure ment: Breast measure, over vest, close span 1 der arms. Waist measure, over pants. Inside ! leg measure, from crotch to heel. ’SKJSft&lSS lUnk of Chicago, capital #2,000,000. ED. L HUNTLEY & C(L, MantA* urers and Wholesale Dealers in Clotwnj for Men, Boys and Children, 122 and 1M Market St, Chicago, III. P. 0. Box 667.