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EUREKA WEEKLY SENTINEL
VOLUME X._EUKEKA. NEVADA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. 1890. NUMBEK SL SlctklD Sentinel. it rrBLi«H«D itbbt •iTrasiT IT CASSIDY * SKI LLM A H • • ■ILLMI*. SCO. ». «Mn TERMS FOR WEEKLY SENTINEL: Onn copy, onn yn»r.H 00 Onn ropy, nil month*.3 SO Onn ropy, thrnn months.. 1 SO Ity Csrrlrr, p< r month. 60 AGENTS EToENE FITEPATRICE.RnPy Hill NKS. J. F. OliPID. Ward L. V. WERTHEIMER.Plorh* WILLIE TIMSON.H»mllton KANTKKft OBKUOX. The I'onnlry Where Hen l eu Drink nml Keep Noherr, end Hitt Beer Wllhont Uettlnic l»yepepeln. The Malheur (Oregon) Gazette says: There are many strange and as yet unaccounted for facts in Kaatern (>re gnn, among which may bo mentioned the circumstance that there is no country where |>coplo can or do eat as much beef nnd drink as much whisky as they do in Kastern Oregon, and what is more curious is that it does not produce snakes in tho hoots, insan ity, headache or fights. It is not an uncommon thing here for a jierson to take from three to five toddies before breakfast and rei>eat before dinner and again before. sup|>er and not u|>set the drinker. Now in the Kast if a man takes over throe drinks a day and hap pens to sit down on an apple barrel he is drunk, and a few more drinks a day will give him the " tremens.” Can any one tell why the difference ex ists? It should bo remembered that this county butts right square and hard against Kastern Oregon, and that )peo ple can have all the immunities from tremens and dys|ie|>sia here that they enjoy in Malheur county, Oregon.— Silver State. I'ntrlrlt's ni<f>|ipri'lirii>liin. The stories which are told of the effect ol the odor of strong cheese ti|K>n nostrils unaccustomed to it are pretty numerous, says the Boston Courier, but to the list one more may he added, since it is genuine. In the suburbs of Boston lives a merchant who is something of an epi cure, and not infrequently he brings home with him from the city on his return from business some tid-bit or other. Not long since he found some particularly choice ltoqiiefort cheese, and the day being Saturday lie took a piece home with him for his Sunday dinner. Arrived at the station lie was met by his man with the buggy, and in driving home he put tho bundle on the bottom of the carriage, where it lay forgotten until the next day. At din ner he rememtiered the delicacy, and sending for "-A Vk, bp »ak>«) what had tiecn done with the package of cheese which he left on the bottom of the buggy. “ Was that chase, sor?” responded l’atrick, in evident surprise. “ Yes, of course it was cheese. What did you do witli it?" *‘ Well, upon my soul, sor, it never intered to me comprehension Unit it were chase. It smelled that powerful, sor, that I thought shure it were dead, ssr, and l wint and buried it, mainin’ no harm.” ■•lain but Polnlnl The truth is tliere is not » Demo cratic pa|»er in tiio State but would rather see silver drop to 00 cents than to see the Republicans gain a political point by its advance to par, and still it is not a political question.—Reno (ta zette. The person who makeB such asser tions as that may not be a fool, and possibly not a knave, but he is cer tainly a liar. If the party in power desired to place silver at par, they could have done so readily and easily by repealing th&infumous Act of 1873, and making its coinage free at the mints. If silver goes to par now, and there is not much pros|>ect that it will, tli-based and demonetized aB it is, it will not be tiecause Harrison, Windom, Shermun and the rest of the gold bugs want it so, but solely and simply be cause they cannot help it.—Silver State. _ rmherlT AilUce. Do not marry for money, my son, but if the lady whom you love has money, do not let it be a harrier be tween you. Take it us an incidental. And do not marry a girl because she hap|iens to have a pretty face. She will be none the better for it as a wife, and is very likely to be a great deal worse. Tlio old saw has it, “ pretty is as pretty does," but the trouble, my son, is, that pretty seldom does. She prefers to have things done for her. The homely woman may be a fool, hut if she is it is a single-handed job, while all the world helps to make a fool of a pretty woman.—Seattle Jour nul. «• K» More I’oker « hl|>» Taken. “ Tho collection will now be taken,” said an t tklahoina divine, ami I w ish to say further that poker chips don’t go any more. Get ’em cashed Indore you come and bring the money. 1 am forced to this decision because of the fact that somo of the brethren have been shoving oil" chips of their own manufacture on us and letting the laugh lie on us when we went to get them cashed at tho Dewdrop Fortune Parlors.’’ Building l'|> tlie Town. “ When we car. o to this town,” writes a Georgia editor, “ it was lit tle more than a watering tank, but now the very best whisky in the country is sold here, ami there aro ten moonlight stills in activo ojieration in the country. A news|>aper is a power for good in’ any community.”—Atlanta Constitution. II* t'nilerafcood Ike Old Man. lhe little boy pounded his linger, and immedialy set up a terrible hulla balloo. llis father remonstrated with him, saying that ho was no longer a baby ami should act like a man. “ Hut,” said tho youngster, between his sobs, “if; I act like a man I'd swear, and then you'd lick uie.” A HIMTOaiCAI. HftM H. With Wlilrli I ramwtll Tnrnrtl Purllnuirnl Into the Simla. Tlie speech with which Oliver Crom well turned Parliament out of doors in 1863 has come to light through the re searches of I>r. Wolfgang Micheal, and there is strong evidence that it is authentic. It was this: “It is high time for ine to put an end to vour sit ting in this place, which you have dis honored by your practice of every vice. You are a factious crew, and enemies to all good government. You are a pack of mercenary wretches, anil would—like Emu—like Judas—betray your • iod for a few pieces of money. Is there a single virtue now among you? Is there one vice ye do not liossess? Ye have no more religion than iny horse. Gold is your God. Which of you have not bartered away your conscience for brass ? Is there n man among you that hath the least care for the good of the common wealth? Ye sordid prostitutes! have ye not defiled this sacred place, and turned the Lord’s temple into a den of thieves? By your immoral principles and wicked practices ye aie grown intolerably odious to the whole nation. You, who were deputed here by the pooplo to get their grievances redressed are yourselves become their greatest grievance. Your country, therefore, calls unon me to dense this Augean stable by putting a final period to vour iniquitous proceedings in this house, which, by God’s help, and the strength be hath given me, I am now come tc do. I command you there fore, u|>on |>eril of your lives, to go! Get you out! Make baste! Ye venal slaves, begone! Sob! Take away that shining bauble there and lock up the door.—Ex. Nome Uenulne « nui|>lliurnl«. We have heard of the lady of rare beauty who said, upon a certain oc casion, that the only real, disinter ested compliment she ever received was from a coal heaver, who asked her permission to light his pipe in the gleaming of her eyes. Another compliment, true and genuine, according to a good old school story, was paid by a sailor who was sent by a captain to carry a letter to the lady of his love. The sailor having delivered his missive stood gazing in silent admiration upon the face of the lady, for she was very beautiful. “ Well, my good man,” said she, " for what do you wait? There is no answer to be returned.” “ l.adv, ” the sailor returned with humble deference, “ I would like to know your name?” “ 1 »id you not see it on this letter?” “ Pardon, lady—I never learned to read. Mine has born a hard, rough life.” “And for what reason, my good man, would you know my name?” “ Because,” answered the old tar, looking honestly up, “ if* a storm at sea, with danger of death afore mo, 1 would jiko to call the name of tire brightest thing I’d ever seen in life. There'd be sunshine in it, even in the thick darkness.”—New York Ledger. A Masher Hurled In Flour, A young man, named William Troy, living on Iladdon Avenue, Cam den, lias for some time past been an noying a young lady of that city by bis frequent visits and tendermissives. He was told by the maiden that he was not wanted, but he persisted in annoying her, and she finally appealed to her cousin for relief. When a letter was received request ing a meeting In front of the Cooper Hospital for Friday evening the cousin got a friend to dress up as a woman and meet the masher. Other friends were lying in wait and they greeted Tory with a shower of flour, sawdust and similar articles. After pleading in vain for mercy the fresh young man took to his heels and escaped amid the laughter of his inamorata and her friends, who had witnessed the whole performance.—Philadelphia Record. Marriage Willi llrunkanli. The efforts to raise the poor and degenerato inebriate and his family are practically of no value as long as marriage with inebriates is i>ormitted. Recently the legislature of the State of Victoria, in Australia, has passed a law which gives a wife the right of divorce if the husband is found to be an habitual drunkard. If after mar riage she discovers that he is an inebriato, she can also get a divorce. The husband can do the same w ith a wife if she is proved to bean inebriate. This is a clear anticipation of the higher sentiment w hich demands re lief from the barbarous luw which would hold marriage with an inebri ato as fixed and permanent.—Jour, of Inebriety. Hell I ml Time. Some |<eo|ile go through life behind time. If they say they will come at three, they mean half-past three; ami when they do put in an appearance they do it leiaurely and j;ood natured ly, and are mildly surprised if you in sinuate that you are displeased. When they die, though their friends will bo avenged, because they will probably roach the gates of heaven ten min utes behind time—and find them closed. Control Your Temper. Schooltnarin (with ominous look in her eye): “ What made you so late Robert Rccd ?” Robert: “ Been fightin’.” Schoolmarm (advancing furiously): " You have, eh?” Robert: “Yes, ma’am: A boy Bed ver wnz ugly as home-made sin, an’ I iest give it to him.” “ Well, Bobby, dear, I’ll have to pardon you this time, hut control your temper the best you can.—Kpoch. Joe Kll. A Chinaman in the Sacramento jail, who is a member of the Salvation Army, thus fails to bear his burden: “ White man no likee Chinaman, so 1 love Jesus and join Salvation Army. Then Chinaman got mad, and, .lee Kli! sometime go one, two, tleo days and nothing to eat. Damn rough, you bet, when no catchem enough to cut.” AMHIVALN ANnOlPAITIIMOr TUB BAILS. The diyi sod boon of tbs arrivals and departure* of tbe mall* at and from tbe Eureka Postofflce are a* follow*: Eureka and Palisade, by the E. A P. R. R.: Arrive on Tuesday*, Thursday* and Saturdays, at 4:90 p. **., and depart on Mondays, Wednesday* and Friday* at 9:30 o'clock A. a. Eureka and Palisade by the buckboard: Arrive Sundays, Wednesdays and Friday* at 10 p. >., and close on Mondays, Wed nesday* and Fridays at 9 p. m Eureka and Taylor, embracing Belig man, Hamilton and Ely, arrive and de part at 8 a. m. daily Eureka and Tybo, embracing Hot Creek and Morey: Arrive on Monday* and Thursday , at 4 p. m , and depart on Sunday* and Wednesday* at 8 A. M Eureka and Duckwater: Arrive on Sunday* at 6 a. m., and depart oo Monday at 8 a. M. Eureka and Cold Creek: Arrive* on Tuesday *16 p. ■., and leave*|tbefollowing Monday at 8 a. k. Ruby Hill: Depart* dally, Sunday* ex cepted, at 7:30 a. and arrive* at 9:30 A. M. Poatoffioe hours: Opens dally at 9 A. m and close* at 7 p. w. Sunday*: Open from 13 o’clock at noon until 1 p. m. Tbe law provide* that tbs Postmaster may close tbe mails a half hoar before the time of departure. All valuable matter should be registered. Tbe cost is ten oents to any part of tbe world. FOREION MONEY ORDERS Under the International money order •yatem, applioatlona oan be made (or or ders (or the payment ot one rent np to three hundred dollara. One (orm ot ap plication will answer (or three ordors, but no single order oan be Issued (or any amonnl exoeeding one hundred dollara. On all orders leaned a commission equal to the rate o( about one cent on the dollar la obarged the sender. The conversion ol Amerloan into (oreign currenoy is made on the (ollowing basis: For Oreat Britain, Ireland, Australia and A(rica, >4 87 equala one poond ster ling. For Franoe, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Algeria, }1 equala 5 (ranoa and 5 oentimea. For Denmark, Sweden and Norway, $1 equals 3 kronor and 73 ores. For Oermany, $1 equals 4 marks and 12 planning. For Portugal, the Azores and Madeira Islands, $1 equals 920 reia. For the Netherlands, SI equala 2 florins and 43 centimes. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Eureka anil Palisade RAILROAD. NKW AHttANUCHKftTb. On and after Dec. 6,1888, for PwMDg.n, Malls, (express aa.l freight Win ssrs lar.ks on MONDAYS, WEDNES DAYS end FRIDAYS, (Oe Peoltlo Stenderd time) ee follow.. L.eve Kureke et. 1C0OLA. H. Arrive et Pelleede et.t-Ocr. if. Meklng connection with ■ant aud West Monad Trains of Ibe Central Facile Kallroad. Returning, will leev* Pelleede on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS end SATURDAYS. Loire Pelleede et.10 a. u. Arrive et Enreke et.t:00r. u. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT HAMILTON, SELIGMAN, TAYLOR, ELY. TYBO, BELMONT, REVEILLE. And all points south, by team*, with car® and dtapatoh, and at the lowoat rat®*. B. OILMAN, General Sbii’I. EUREKA MARKET. Ono door aouth of th® Opera House, South Main street. THUS. E. IIALEY - > - Proprietor, ^yilOLESALE AND RETAIL. Butcher. _ Tho Highest Cash Price paid for HIDES. Meats delivered within four miles of town free of charge. Eureka. June 7, 1|89. je8 Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock hoiilein of the Prospect Mountain Tuo Compauy will be held at the office of tbs ooHinany, C'lark's building, corner of Main and Clark streets. In the town of Eureka, on Satur* day, the 23d day of August, 1*90, at 7:30 o'clock r.N., for tha purpose of electing a Hoard of Trustees to serve for one year from Sant. 1, MHO, and until their successors are elected ami qualified, and for the transaction of other buai MM. Dy order of THOMAS WHEN, President. Jamb* Wilsgm. Secretary. Eureka, Aug, 9,1SW. auS-Jt REPUBLICAN State Convention. Orvica or i KSP1 HI.M AM STAVU Or.TKAL CnUtUTTH, J Virginia City, Nov,. May 20, 1SW). ) At a nwilDK III the Republican state Cen tral Committee of Nevada, held thl. day, It was ordered that a RsuDbllcan Slate ConrBiilioii BE HELD AT VIRGINIA CITY, ....ON.... Thursday, September 4,1890 At lo’clock r. it.. for th. purpoee of nominat ing a fall State Tioket, viz : Member of feagreu, Gevrruer. Lieutenant Governor, Judge of lb. Supreme Court, clerk of Ike Supreme Court, Attorney General, Secretary of Mfate, Stale Ceatreller, State Treasurer, Surveyor General, Stale Prlater, Superintendent ef Public laalruc f ton. Pour Judge, ef the District Court, Two Members of the Board of Be* grata or the stale Calver.lfy. Also for the eppotntment of a Slate Central Committee. Ihc baaia of representation of the respective counttee fn the s&id Convention shall be one delegate for each 50 votes, and one for each fraction of 25 votea or over cast for the Harrl non and Morton Electors, aggregating 146 dele gates, apportioned as follows: Churchill county. 2 Itouglas. 6 Elko. 16 Esmeralda. 8 Eureka. 14 Humboldt. 9 Lander. 7 Lincoln. 3 1-von. . 9 Nye. 4 Orrnsby. 11 Htorey. 32 Washoe.>. 18 White Fine. 8 Total.145 The severa Republican County Central Cora mitUes will call a Primary Election Of the People on SATURDAY, AUGUST 16. 1890, For the purpose of electing Delegatee to the a id State Convention, the Primary Election to be carried out in compliance with the law of the State and the instructions of this Commit tee. The following teat will be required of each and every voter at the said Primary Eleotlons ••I nu * Citizen of this State and will anpirort the nominee# of the Kepnblleau Party,” The following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That this committee reaffirms the State and National Republican platform of 1888, 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 Windom to Increase the coinage of silver to the maximum of four million dollars pet month, coupled with his attempt to influ ence Congressional legislation so as to perpetu ate silver demonetization, is a shameless viola tion of the silver plank of the National Repub lican platform, an attack upon the rights ami interests of the miners, farmers and workers 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 a tenet of party faith and a teat of party allegiance; that It will permit of no abondonment 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 Interline ated law of 1878 by which sliver was demonetized, and who desire the establish ment of free and unlimited coinage as the Isw of the United Htatts of America, to joiu in electing delegates to a Republican State Con vention. E. D. BOYLE, Chairman. F. V. LOKD.Mrrrrtary. td NOTICE TOCREDITORS. la the Dlatrlel Court of the Ntele of Hevede, Koreka ( oonti. In the Hatter of the Estate of Win, K. Neele. Deceased. Notice ir hereby oiven by the undersigned Adminiatrator of the above named Estate, to the Creditors of, and all per sons having claims against tbo said deceased, to exhibit their claims wit h the necessary vouch ers within 30 days after the first publication of this uottce to the said Administrator at his place of business or to his attorney, K. H. Beatty, at his office, in the Opera House, in tbs town and eounty of Eureka. Nevada, or be forever barred from collecting or enforcing the same. P. H- HJUL, Public Administrator of Eureka county. Nev., And Administrator of the Estate of Win. E. Neele, Deoesed. B. M. Deaitt, Attorney for Administrator. Dated Kureke, Nev., June 33. 1890. JHMw WEAK NERVOUS MEN Buffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decline, Exhausted Vitality, Weakness of Body and Mind, etc., we will seud you full par ticulars of the only safe and natural home cur (roe >>f charge. Address Heidelberg Co. 2$ W. Uth «W*t. New.Ywk. e*3mhw»e DEMOCRATIC State Convention. HEADQUARTERS OF DEMOCRATIC I STATE CENTRAL COMMITTER, J VimmxiA Cm. Nrr., Jim* an. IBM. ) PURSUANT TO THE ACTION OF THE 1 Democratic Stale Central Committer uf the State of Nevada held Ihle day It wa* orderetl that a DEMOCRATIC State Convention BE HELD AT ON THURSDAY, SEPT. II, 1890, At 1 o’clock p. m., for the purpose of nomlnat Ing a full State Ticket to be voted for at the next General Election, vis: Member of I’nfrfM, Governor, Lieu(count Governor, Judge of the Supreme Court, Clerk of the Snpreme Court, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, State Controller, Surveyor General, Ntate Printer, Sapt. of Pnblle fnalrnetlon. Pour Judge* District Court, Two Members Board of LKegento State University, 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 said Con vention la as follows: Churchill. 2 Douglas. Elko . 15 Esmeralda. 7 Eureka. 10 Humboldt. 11 Lander. 7 Lincoln. 4 Lyon. 7 Wye. 3 Ormaby. 9 Storey. 28 Washoe. . 16 White Pine. 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 State. 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 CONVENTIOH TO BE HELD IN RENO ON SEPT. II, 1890?” _ J. W. ADAMS, Chairman, r. j. scrams, Secretary. District Court Simons. Id I lie District Court or the Nlste of Mevails, Eureka ( oiiuly. mHK STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREET X ing to Mathew Huuter: You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against you as defendant by Lily Hunter, as plaintiff, in the District Court of the State of Nevada, Eureka county, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within six weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons (exclusive of the day of service), or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action 1* brought to recover judg ment and decree of divorce against you, the said defendant, for the alleged cause, that for the period of more than one year next pre ceding the commencement of this action, said defendant has wrongfully neglected and utterly failed to provide said plaintiff with the com mou necessaries of life, and that such failure and neglect was not the result of poverty on the part of said defendant which he could not avoid by ordinary Industry; also, that the care, custody and control of Mathew Hunter, aminor male child, aged 7 years; also, one minor fe male child, aged 14 years, Elia Hunter; also one mluor female child. Margaret Hunter, aged 11 years; also, oue minor male child. John Hunter, aged '0 yeses; al-o. one female minor child, Katie Hunter, anal K years, all the issue of th* marriage between plaintiff and defend ant, be swarded to the plaintiff bv said decree; also, that piaiutiff be permitted to resume her maldeu name of Lily Pollard. And you are hereby notilled that, if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above require*.!, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the com plaint on file herein. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,!. F. H. HARMON. have hereunto set my hand officially, [seal ] and affixed the seal oi lit id Court this 38th day of July A. D. \WO. F. H. HARMON, County Clerk and ex officio Oierk of the D.strict ' Court of the State of Nevada, Eureka Countv »2-«t o 4 MPT r»' «« for 13 week*. oAllll JjlIiTb. roll.-u Uamctle will be mailed, securely wrapped, to anv ad dress In the United |> J Y.TQ for Three Mouths onV/ L X XjO receipt of One Dollar. Liberal discount allowed to Postmasters. Agents and Clubs. The PoLirt Oazkttk of New "\f A TT Y^TVYork Is the only legitilt J S\ XijIjUmate Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Journal published on the American T7tT> f continent. Anply for terms to X XV Xi Xi \ Bichard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York. NOTICE TO MINERS. THE RUBY HILL STAGE WILL TAKE cither passengers or freight to, or as near as possible t», any of the mines in Eureka Dis trict or surroundings. J. J. RICH ART, Proprietor. JOS. HAUSMANN, 024 Agent, lUin Mmt, Eur«U, *_ MISCELLANEOUS. THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. ('•rrylil V. I. Balls and Walls, Fargo S Os.’a Express. sieges will leave dally at S o’eloek a. a. for tha following points, vis: 8011x11110, Hatnll toa, Ely and Taylor: Paros 1 Euraka to Sellgmen.It 00 Return Ticket. g OO ■nreka to Ham 11 ton..._ g 00 Return Tlokat... It 00 Buraks to Ely.It 00 Eureka to Taylor... _.|» 00 Return Tloket.. _g0 00 Thirty pomade of Baggage allowed sash Return Tlokete good for >0 days. Positively as relate allowed commercial travelers on Round Trip rates. Railroad Freight and Transpsrta tlan Use. Teams of tha shoreline will deliver Freight al Taylor and petals South, leaving Eureka every day, or aa often aa the business de mands it, OFFICE—Next door to Jesse Mendes’ sa loon, Main street. JeSO-tf J. A. MATTOB, Proprietor. PIOCHE and TAYLOR 8TACE^ LINE. NAPOLEON DUPONT. - - Proprietor Leetm Ploche end Taylor on Mondays and Fridays at 8 a. if, FARE, : T SI3 Good time made and good accommodations for passengers. If notified in season will mske special provis ion for carrying parties of three or more quickly and in good shape. NAPOLEON DUPONT. Ploche, Nevada, July 25, 1889. Jy27-3m BREWERIES AND 3ALOONS. EUREKA BREWERY Corner ot Main and Clark Btreete, CHAHLKV LAUTFNBCHLAGEK, . - Prop'r .BBKWB THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Haa the Finest Barroom In Gaatern Nevada, and keep* on hand tba Beat brands of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS To be found in any market. Eureka, August 19, 1887. au20-tf Sai Francisco Brewery, FRED M. MFITMAH JL MRS. M. MAR, PROP’S SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a gen eral assortment of flue Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO. ::::::::: By the wholesale and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all the latest newspapers may be found. Also, s fine Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. •7-LUNCH served at all hours. H. MAU A CO Eureka, November 1, 1887. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. Main street, on* door north of PoatoAoe, MIS. JULIA MOWN. : : NIPRIITIEII, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Oyaitn dally by «»prw and all the daUoaclea of the market kept constantly on hand. ELECANT PRIVATE ROOM THE NEVADA HOTEL. JOHN CRECOVICH, : : PROPRIETOR. Main St., Eureka, Nevada, Two doors North of Clark street. Rooms Famished with First-clsstf Spring Beils The best In town. Charges Moderate. The lull mail mach will take l'aueugere t and from the Depot. Eureka, Jan. Is). 1889. JlD-tf SMALLPOX MARKS CAN BE REMOVED! LEOKT d* CO London, perfumer* to h. m. the Queen, have to vented tad patented tho world-renowned OBLITERATOR ! Which removes 9uiallpox Mark# of however loog atanding. The applloi .Ron la simple and harmless, causes no luoon realm oe aud con tains nothing Injurious. Pi /ice. $2 SO. Superfluous Hair ! 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For every $6 received, we send els boxes, with a written unaentee to refund the money If onr Specific doenot effect a cure. Address all communications to the Bole Manufacturers, •raw inraRiv lfKnifiTwrw rn 1TOTIOEJ. In the District roar* of the male al Nevada, Inreha County. In the Matter of the Estate of David H. Rob erts, Deceased. OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mery Roberts hss filed with the Clerk of ■aid Court s petition praying for letters testa mentary of the estate of David H. Roberts, de ceased, and that Thursday, the 21d day of May, 1890, at 2 o’clock p. n., the same being a day of the regular session of said Court, at the Courthouse, and In the courtroom thereof, in the town of Eureka, said county and 8tate, 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 Tskal.] the seal of said Court, this 3d day of May. 1890. F. H. HARMON. County Clerk, Eureka county, Nevada, and ex officio Clerk of said Court. mylO td M *P^ are tl»: sc put up by /D.M.FERRY&COA M Who are the largest Seedsmen in the world* m ■ ' D. M. Ferry & Co's * Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced ill |S££D AMilUAtl 1A for 1890 will l>e mailed FREE to all ap- m U plicants, and to last season’s customers, m V. It is better than ever. Every person J using Carden, Flower or Field Seeds should send for it. Aidreai D.M.FERRYACO. ^ ^^^DETROIT, SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUEand PRICES ATLAS ENGINE WORKS, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. HHATlS fiC:«GUH j ONE OF THE ■■■! P ^ ^rr.rRu the worMN Our facilities ■re uuequaled, and to intro* dues our superior foods we will send KKKt to OMI PKB aon Ml each locality, asaboee I Only those who write to us at | once can make sura of the (chance All you have to do in return is to show our foods to P those who call—your neifh * burs and those around you. i h* beiriuuine of this adver* «how- the small end of the telescope, i no snow ing cat fives the appearanceoflWedm^^^b^M^^f tieth part of itTbulk- It is a fraud. double si se telescope, as large as is . asv to earn We will also show you how you can wahe front !$:S to DU IO a duy at least, from the start,without I axtwficiice Metier write at once We ]»ay all espreaa charges Addrees. II MALLEfl A CO.,Bo* M»0, Portland, Maine. I “the T1BELB8S TOILEB FOB TOADS I" Your.,aaxloMto^. HnnMy 'j a ait your dealer for Ed. L> Huntley & Co>*f HONEST CIOTHINC If our goods are not to the hands of sol® STOKEKEEFER in your section, you can FRO CORE THEM from the BEST KNOWN and largest Mail-Okdkw Wholesale ChoTHina Hovel Inthe world, at prioee that wiU MAKE YOOl •sea snap and KEEP YOU guessing how we earn afford TO DO IT. If your DEALER doee not k.wp our goods, send to us and wo WILL fur nish you a Suit or Orsroaat, express or mail paid, on reoelyt of prim. We wili win and bold tour patronage if you try us with an ordorl Wa have built up this immense business by Our PAINSTAKING methods, and by doing by Oth. sra as we would be done by. Ed. L. HPBTUnf A Co.. Style Originator*. In ordering Bolts or Overcoats obsess* strictly following rule* for measure I trot: Breast measure, over vest, close upas. \ der arms. Waist measure, over pants. In aids - leg measure, from crotch to heel. Raferanoes—Fl™1 National Bank of CW sago. S^tarla.uoo,t)00; Continental National Bank of Chicago, capital *3,000,000. ED. L HUNTLEY & Ctt, MamiMM urers and Wholesale Dealers in CtoB*f lor Men, Boys and Children, 122 and 1M Market St, Chicago, IU. P. 0. Box 662.