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HOME AND COAST.
■ ■ ■ a Matter* of Lively Intereit to the General Reader. Silver >u quoted in New York yeeler day at $1 12. The K. of L. meete next Tueedey even ing at 7:30 o'clock. Mm I. M. Robinson returned here laat Tbnraday from New York. Mrr. IV H Straw, aetcroad leal Taeaday l. .vial aa Balt Lake Oily. .tuts Judge. F«q. left yeaterday for g -eatery part of the * late. 'He. flu. Hiatac left laal Monday tor a !*„ mo*th»’ nail la California: I. ... St. llertlelt retu.MwU lael aura day u an extended .nit to ' .alifornta. ’•r " lei left taet Monday > >t a ..with hie parente in California. Mrt. O. A. Fletcher and eon left lael Monday to rialt her titter, Mrt. flooton, at Elko. Eugene Howell, manager of the E. N. Robinson estate, baa keen in town teveral deyt. Mrs. John Edgecombe left laal Wed need ay for a visit at Tuacarora, Elko oounty. Cberly lloako, the good nalnred oom mercial traveler, wae in town the fire! of the week. The Republican county primaries will be held to-day, end tbeir convention next Wednesday Miss Lncy Pnrcell, sister of Mrs. Thomas Trainor, left last Monday to visit friends at Elko J. R. Kendall, superintendent of the Jonoie A mino at Hamilton, left last Mon day for Balt Lake Otty. Wm. Whalen, President of Bt. Peter’s Mining Company, was in town the first of the week on business. To morrow Father Kattlnl will ofHoiate io Ruby Hill at 9 o'olock a. x, and io Eu reka at 11 a. x. and 7 r. u. II. 0. Ileno, who returned here last Batnrday from Ball Lake, left for Esmer alda county laat Wednesday. Ross Wright, who has been io Elko and White Pine conoties, looking after his cat tle, returned here last Monday. It is reported that the Manhattan Com pany, at Austin, has struok the ledge in tbc crosscut io the Union mine. J. C. Lookwood and wife, of Hamilton, White Pine, left yeelerday for the East, where they will spend the Winter. The assessed valuation of Helena, Mont., Is $24,000,000 or $1,700 for each mao, woman and child in tbe oily. The proceedings of the Democratic County Central Committee will be found io another part of to-day's Bkhtihcl. The residence of J. H Wieland, at Wie land Blatinn, Elko county, was burned to the ground a week ago last Wednesday. Tbe Reese River Reveille eignlfioaotly remarks: ” If Winters runs as well as his horse El Rio Rey, somebody will be left.” Balurday (veiling. Oct. 11th, the Dis covery of America will be celebrated at the Catholic Church with a lecture by Father Nattinl. California’s assessment roll foots up this year $1,000,390,290, a falling off from last year's roll of about $12,000,000 or $14, 000,000. Jack Barry, a wealthy saloon keeper near Carter, Mont., a few days ago knocked Pat Welch, a miner, down and kicked him to death. W. E. Orifhiu left laat Monday to take in the Reno Fatr. During bis absence J. V. Keeley will attend to bis business in tbe Express office. The regular monthly dividend of 25 oente per share was declared by tbe Eu rssa Con. last Batnrday payable on the Bib of October. McAnliffe and Blavm were arrested In London the day before tbeir figbl wee to have take'-. $ana. They were eaeh placed orfr-nHiiie^'g). PV A M Ell.aorlh and A. H. Neleoti, wbo are building * quarts mill at Ely, While Piae oo inly, arrired bere laal Tuesday by prlraie > lareyanoe. Justice bush of Ilamilton, White Pine, was bere last Sunday, abaking bands and hiring a pretty good time with his old friends. The Judge waa looking well. D. H Hall, who recently retired from tbe Land Offloe, left last Monday for a little recreation down at Reno, and to haTe a grand romp with his grandchildren. Mrs. Win. Spinner oame np from Pali sade on Thursday last accompanied by her two daughters. Daring her etay bere abe will be the guest of her nieoes, the Misses Young’s. II. K. Mitobell, Esq , arrired bere from Han Franciaoo last Tuesday, and left tbe following day for White Pine. On his return bere he will probably remain for three or four days. Mrs. Charles Heed, wife of the superin tendent of the Diamond Company's mines, wbo has been here aereral weeks risitlng her husband, left laal Monday for her home In Salt Lake Oily. Do not oonnt too mnch upon the friend abip of a man who takes ten mlnotes to shake hands with you. If erer you get Into trouble and need help, he will shake you In a great deal leaa than ten minntea A regular communication of Eureka Lodge No. 16, F. A A. M , will be con rened at Its hall this (Saturday! srening at half-past 7 o'clock. All Master Masons in good standing are oordlally inrlted to attend. A. Cahen, of tbe Eiffel Tower dry goods store, left yesterday for San Franoisoo to pnrobase a stock of Fall and Winter gooda, and millinery, and, it la currently re ported, that be will return with a newly wedded wife. Dr. C. 0. Oorbierle departed laal Mon day for Philadelphia, for tbe pnrpoae of attending a course of leotnres in dentistry, after which be intends re turning to Eureka next March and resume his practice. Oar public school will open next Mon day with the following named teachers: Miss Oertrude Edmond, Miss Louisa Loa< hebho'u1., lt'.i- Ettl- Phillips. Misa Elmer Manbelm, Misa Gertie Wilson and . **sa belle Lindsey. Dr. J. B. Keene, formerly a highly re speoted citizen of this plaoe, died at Placer ville, Cal., on the 22d inelant. He leaves a wife and daughter to mourn hia loaa, both of whom reside here. Mra. Keene was at the bedside of her husbaud when be dlod. Laet Wednesday, while John Steel waa at work in the Pbenix mine, and gouging ou each side of a bonlder of lead ore, the boulder dropped suddenly and struck againat hia shoulder, bruising him in a painful manner. He bad a narrow es cape from a worse injury. The present Indloationa are that there will be four candidates before the Hepubll can Convention for the nomination of County Treasurer. The fight will be red hot. Pete Hjul, one of the cadldates, atys the longest pole knocks the persim mon, and may the best man win. It. Sadler, nominee on the Democratio ticket for Lieutenant Governor, and Geo. W. Cassidy for Congressman, started out last Tuesday for Hamilton, where they opened the oampaign to Eastern Nevada, from there they will awing around the circle into the western part of the State. Elko Independent: A. L. Fitzgerald, one of our preaent District Judges, is a eandidate for re eleotion, and is oonoeded to be one tho strongest men on tbs ticket, aa his reoord aa a Jndge is without stain and hia character without reproach; and no reasonable man can say aught against hia reeleotioo. The flag on the oonrthonae waa raiaed at half-mast last Thursday in respect to the memory of our late Governor, CV»0. Stevenson. Aa he died Sunday morning! and waa buried on Wednesday, it would have been a good idea to have raiaed the flag a day or two aooner than it waa. Huwever, we are a slow people. NATTI.INU A ROAN RARMF.K. *■ Aaeletent Whim Hnwo Irarly « anaavt film to Ian • hilniniu. Dowd town on • tide afreet there fa a •mall barber (hop. In II !• a young bar ber. Uo I* an aeeietant and bl* name le Quo** Ue ha* boon employed ibere only a lew day*, but be oame Tory near lot inf tbe job and on aooonnl of bie name, too. The proprietor o( tbe ebop wae in wbea tbe young tnaa applied * - w rr4 1^*5 hi* appearance). *< . mi, tb« •mour t of pay be n, . to reoeiee. ami engaged bim. " What la your D-eie', ' inquired > DOM. " Go***, wm liw repo • I'm t poor Dead et gasMing otr — responded tbe boM, bat <UI1 be ,-ege , tag. " Well." be eud. perb., > m*. be Hahmldt." " No," eeid tbe joang men quietly, bat none tbe Imi deliberately, "Oueee." POOB OLKSS WOBK. "Lola," Featured the boae. "No,” rMponded tbe young mao with a emile, “ Oueee." "Huber," returned tbe boae deeper ately. The young man ebook hie bead and again replied with eiupbaeia, "Oueee." Then tbe boae choired eigne of fatigue and anger. "See here, young fellow, if you can't answer a oiril question I think you’d better look elsewhere for a job. Now, sir, I am in no humor for trifling; what is your name?" “ George Oueee." Now it happened that tbe boss' flret name >■ George, and naturally be thought tbe young man wm etlll amueing himself in a moat unueual fashion. " Hay," bo roared in deep, base tones, " this has gone far enough. If you will not tell me your name you’ll bare to get out, that’s ail there is to it.” " I hare told you eeveral times that my name ia Oums and also declared that my first name was George. If that doesn’t satisfy you I’m afraid nothing erer will." Then tbe boas penetrated the myetery, made ample apologies, and Ur. Guess was duly assigned to a obair. DeittoenlK' NUIr Cealial Commit tee. The Demooretlo Buie Convention te leotod the following Oeutrel Committee, with J. H. Dennis as Chairman: Churchill—W. II. A. Pike. Dongles— H. Harris. Elko-J. R. Bradley, A. B. Waller, E. P. Hartnell and A. W. Heesoo. Eureka— T. E. Haley, J. O. Ford, M. Hartoelt and L. Clark. Humboldt—W. J. Bell, S. J. Bonnifield and L. M. Donlin. I.auder -T. McCoart, O. Watte and W. E. Kllleo. Linooln—C. H. Patchen and A. 8. Thom peon. Lyon—D. C. 8lmpson and Q. Frenoh. Nye— Q. Earnel. Ormeby— 8. H Day and M. B. Eisner. Biorey—11. P. Keating, W. E. F. Deal, C. U. Belknap, O. Haul, D. Doniran, J. Quirk, H. W. Fitzgerald and P. J. Dunne. Waaboe—William Webster, R. Ryland, A1 White, Jamce Burke and J. 0. Hager man. White Pine-Riohard Willis and bol Blip. Esmeralda—8. L. MoNauguton, Joseph Kline and John Neidy, Notation lu Ofttre, Kditoh Sentinel : In a recent issue of your new spaper you stated that "all of our present county officers will seek renominatiun." Now, Mr. Editor, can it he that these servants think themselves the only cumietent ones in the community to fill the offices, or do they imagine they own the |>oai tionsT And yet they will tell you, “ there's nothing in it.” But look at : iiien. they have all grown fat daring tlieir uii'Uuhnni’j; thwK Ml. 'Ires* well. | live on the very best, and have al- j moat worn out the curbing abo t the Courthouse, in bolding It down Step down and out, gentlemen, and givi some others a chance at the public teat upon which to gain flesh. To the delegates who may compose the coming conventions, we would ask that they give us a " new deal.” They will And plenty of good material from which to select, if they but know that slates have not previously been made by " bosses ” in both parties. Citizen. 4 boo*.- U<hmI Men. The Elko Independent says: The question of the election of a United States Senator should cut no figure in the coming campaign in Elko county. We do not think it for tiie best inter ests of the State to elect men to the Legislature who will consider their work accomplished and their salaries earned when a successor to Senator Jones has been chosen. There is something else to be done in the inter est of tiie people. Good laws should be enacted and bad ones repealed, which should be of more interest to the people than returning Jones to the Senate. If John P. Jones wants to go back to the Senate, let him go; and let our Senators and Assemblymen take some interest in local questions which more nearly concern the welfare of our people. The coming Legisla ture will have to deal with question of more importance to the people of Ne vada than the election of a United States Senator, and the very )*est men in both parties should be chosen on 4th of November. Uoes Not Altogether lueplre 4'onfl tleaee. While the new law relative to silver has advanced the price of silver bull ion considerably and demonstrated beyond a doubt that free coinage is what is wanted, the law does not al together inspire confidence in men of means who are anxious to invest in mine property. The fluctuation of the price of bullion shows that it is still a commodity that can be deult in the same as hay, potatoes or pig iron. What should bo done with silver is to make it a money metal the same as gold. Capital could then be invested in silver mines with the assurance that at no time could a gang of manip ulators lower the price. A free coin age bill is what will be required to effect this change, and that is what Congress should keep working for until it is accomplislied.—Lyon County Times. 4'onntr 4'oiinulaa loner. \V. H. Stowell makea anoouncement to day that be will be a candidate for tbe Domination of long term County Commiaaioner before tbe Republioan convention. Mr. Stowell ia an old real* dent and tax-payer, and ia well poated in all county matter. He ia at preaent one of the County Commiaaionera, and ao far aa we know, haa given very general aatiafaction to the tax payera. Kaitera Hevada. Some Denver mining men have been looking at mines in Eastern Ne vada. They were well pleased with all thev saw. They say they have nowhere seen a better opening for capital. That such mines as they saw should be lying idle astonished them. |—Virginia Enterprise. THE HTATE (KIRIT. > T«k*>n At the W«rtt F«Mihif Time. The San Francisco Report comment ing on the decline in the population of Nevada, says: I “ The census was taken at a rather unfortnnate time for the State of Ne vada—at the worst possible time, ft gives Nevada a smaller population than it has ever had since the dis covery of its rich mineral deposits, and smaller than it will ever have, i us census marshals caught out sister State between wind and water—im r> 'lately after a serious depression in mining industry and an except altjr hard agricultural season, and Mediately before and inevitable re al of mining and the commence ‘ nt of a steady and great expansion of the agricultural interest.” " The advance in silver will result in the immediate opening of hundreds of mines, which can now be operated at a reasonable profit, and will conse quently give employment to a large nnmberof men, who will soon bring ther families around them. The ex tension of irrigation on a very large scale has been planned and, in fact, is going on, and that will establish a permanent and thrifty population over a large era of tlio State, of the richness of much of the soil under irrigation there can he no doubt whatever." The census of the year 1900 will make a very different showing for the State across the mountains. So let it bear with philosophy the flings its bad luck in the census may bring upon it, and settle down to work. It has sown its wild oats and has had its sea son of adversity. Now a better and surer era is beginning for it, in spite of the doleful figures of the census re ports.” Ore Nhlitmenis. During the week the Kureka and Palisade Railroad Com)>any shipped 141 tons of ore to the Salt hake City smelters, and during the month Bhipped 210 tons of Kureka Con. lead to Kan r rancisco. The following shipments were made to the Eureka (Jon. furnaces during the week: From the Richmond mine, 110 tons; Colorado, 6,'J tons; Seventy Six, 2 tons; Eureka Star, 3!2 tons; Hamburg, 101 j tons; Prospect Moun tain Tunnel, 24 tons; Williamsburg, 10}^ tons; Bolder, 4>2 tons; Howell, 7 tons; Phenix, 43% tons; Ford Byron, 53 tons; Idaho, 19 tons; Alexandria, 13 tons; Eureka Tunnel, 3 tons; Kish Creek Wells—Quinn mine, 9 tons; White Pine mines, 48J2 tons; Battery mine, 4'4 tons; Nye County—North umberland, 3'g tons; Morey, 11'., tons and Tybo, 24b, tons. Total 411 tons. We note with great satisfaction that the Eureka Con. Company are pur chasing about three times the quantity of ore tiiat was purchased by the Rich mond Company and themselves com bined under the old rates. Obituary. Mrs. Mary Jane Arrington, wife of our fellow townsman, William Arring ton, died in Kan Francisco on the ltitli instant, where she was hurried. Mrs. Arrington has been an invalid for several years, and some six weeks ago went to Kan Francisco hoping to he benefited by a change of climate. Deceased was a native of London, England, and was aged 49 years, 1 month and 25 days. She was a resi dent of this place for some twenty years, and, until she became an in valid, was much sought after in Knreka society, being oi a very sprightly and pleasant disposition. Her numerous inenda lien- deplore her death. and iier'hus'uanfihac *h», syzi/ path) of this entire community in the irreparable loaa of hia dearly beloved wife. County Treasurer, J. W. Brown, an old and highly re B|>ected citizen of this place, and a Nevada pioneer, and always a tax payer, gives notice in to-day’s Senti nel that he will be a candidate before the Republican Convention for the nomination of County Treasurer. Mr. Brown is a good business man, strictly honest and conscientious in all Ids dealings, and would make a first-class Treasurer. He never field office but once—School Trustee in Hamilton— when he was placed on both tickets and received the unanimous support of both parties. The La Urlppe. The Carson Appeal says this dread disorder that consigned so many to untimely graves last Winter seems to be reasserting itself in Carson City and the State generally. Almost every second person one meets com plains of stomach pains, sore throats and cough. The experience of last year has taught that the grippe is no light disease and on its first appear ance medical aid should be secured. It is an insidious disorder and the precursor of other and more malignant disorders. Thu Fire*. The alarm of fire on Nob Hill last Tuesday morning was caused by the cotton lining in Miss McKenzie’s kitchen taking fire from a hot stove. Rut slight damage was done. The alarm in the evening was caused by the bursting of a coal oil lamp in the Presbyterian parsonage. The damage by this fire amounted to about $150; fully insured. The fire department was promptly on hand at both fires, which accounts for the small amount of damage done. _ Comity Commissioner. K. A. McConnell, who has been a resident of this county for the past 6f teen years, snnouncea in soother column of the Sentinel that he will come be fore the Republican Convention for the nomination of short term County Com missioner. Mr. McConnell is a good bnsi uess man, and has been for a number of years in the employ of the G. A P. R. R. Company as locomotive engineer. He is a man of great energy, and would look olosely after the affairs of the county if elected a Commissioner. Proportion or Oro Mi Wnli. W. S. Keyes, a mining and geologi cal expert of considerable note, testified in the Found Treasure vs. North Com monwealth mining litigation, tried at Elko in February, 1889, that he be lieved the proportion of the Comstock lode was about one ton of ore to 1,000 tons of waste. Other experts and Comstock mining men have stated their belief in about the same pro portion. ^ Opening the (ompalan. Hamilton, Nkv., Sept. 23, 1890. Ed. Sentinel: Messrs. Cassidy and Sadler had a good meeting last night, opening the campaign here. Sadler review ed the State ticket, saving a good work for all of the candidates. Mr. Cassidy discussed the silver question, and State and local matters. Both gentlemen left this morning for Ely. m. a. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES AND CONVENTIbN. At a meeting ol tbe Itepablioan County Central Committee held puraueot to a call of Ibe obairman attbeoffioeof Moeara. Wren and Cbeney, on the 20th day of September, 1890, for Ibe pnrpoea of call ing a Republican Connty Convention for tbe nomination of oandidatea for county otlioera, end for anob other bnaineaa a» might properly oome before it, and order a primary election for tbe eleolion of dele gatee to the aaid convention. Reaolved, That a Republican County Convention be oalled for aaid purpoae, to meet at tbe Opera Honae in Ibe town of Eureka at 10 o'olock a. w. on WedaeMlwy, October I, IftlMt, And that the prtmariea for tbe election of delegatee to aaid convention be held in tbe reepective preoinete of Raid county on Matnrday, ateptembrr, 27, 18*0. Revolved, That tbe election precinct**, polling plaoce. and tbe apportionment of delegatee aball be aa followa: Eureka Firvt Ward, polling place, Torre'a Saloon, 23 delegatee, judgea, J. L. Smith, Felix Maginni and A. O. Clarke. Eureka- Seoond ward, polling place, Aseasor'a Office, 33 delegatee, jodgea. Jobo Jonea, Chas Ferraria and Frank Qoinn. Roby Hill Sooth— Polling plaoe, Minera, Cnion Hall, 10 delegatea. Jodgea. John Agnew, Obaa. Onrnow and J. H. MoKin sia. Roby Hill North—Polling plaoe, Hebool Hooae, 5 delegatea, jodgea, John Eng etrnm, Joe Williame and John Drager. Mineral Hill -Polling plaoe, Thompeon'* Saloon, 3 delegatea, jodgea, J. L. Tbomp aon, J. Trevelli and T. J. Iabell, Pallaade - Polling place, Joatioe Offioe, 3 delegatea, jodgea, Ed Olay, A. 8. Long ley and Thoa. Snmmerall. Proapect Mountain Tunnel—Polling plaoe, Boarding Hoaae, 1 delegate, judge*, Donderberg Mine—Polling place, Hoisting Works, 1 delegate, jodgea, J. B. Tingley, Oeo. Netb and H. 8. Rickard. Hamburg Mine—Polling plaoe, Hoist ing Works, 1 delegate, judges, Alec McKay, Obaa. Iiodeen and H. A. Storey. Diamond Mine—Polling plaoe, Offioe of Diamond Mining Co., 3 delegatea, jodgea, Obas. Bradbury, Obaa. Read and J. Qinaobio. Spring Valley—Polling plaoa, Honae of E. H. Rose. 1 delegate, judges, E. H. Rose, — Fish Creek —Polling plaoe, Home of D. W. Shaw, 1 delegate, jadgea, H. 0. Fen stermaker, D. W. Sbaw. Geddea—Polling plaoe, honae of John McGowan, 1 delegate, jadgea, John Mo Ggwod, John Nelson aud H. Crowell. Allison's Hanoh—Polling plaoe, House of Jaa. Morriaon, 1 delegate, jadgea, Jaa. Morrison and B. Ceruti. Willows Station—Polling place, house of John Wilaon, 1 delegate, jadgea, D, O. Coleman, I. J. Wilson. Nickale’ Hanoh—Polling plaoe, Nickals' Honae, 1 delegate, Judges. A. Loaoka, E, Uaudios and Wm. Blair, Mount Hope—Polling plaoe. Boarding Honae, 1 delegate, judges, A. Baaai and J. Baa cal ia. Italian Iiaoch—Polling plaoe, house of Paatorini, 1 delegate, judge*, Frank Pet torinl, D. Depaoli and Angelo Depaoli. Torre’a Kanch— Polling place, honae of John Torre, 1 delegate, judgee, John Torre and John Sansan. Bailey's Ranch— Polling place, house of Bailey, 1 delegate, Judges, A. Zanino and Ilobl. Bailey. Adams Hill—Polling place, O. Ball’s bouse, one delogate, judges, O. Ball, A. P. Hegeman and F. K. Wittenberg. Diamond City—Polling plaoe, house of J. 8. Stewart, 1 delegate, judges, J. S. Stewart. O. W. Taft and I. F. Crofnt. Garrison Mine—Polling plaoe, hoisting works, 9 delegates, Judges, D. Falconer. John Morrisou and Pete Batto. Bullion Hilt—Polling place, .vz.se of O'ifc.vtL, \ delegate, Judges, Hank Smith, W. A. Earles and V. FWatfwr. Cortez Mill Polling plac-. euinptvf’a store, 2 delegates, Judge*, Wm (Jbneti.n and John Hooter. Alpha Polling plaoe, Orumfftok ,-r c | Hotel, 1 delegate, judges, Elite H'on j hower, Chaa. Berlins and Peter Carletll. Boewawe—Polling plaoe, Store. 3 dele gatee, judges, O. Benson, F. lingatrom and Ira Hoag. Hay Ranoh — Polling place, Bvan’a school house, 1 delegate, judges, F. Parry, E. Evans and Frank Lewis. Butler’s Ranoh— Polllog place honae of J. C. Boiler, 1 delegate, judges, J. C. Bo tier and Oscar Butler. Pinto—Polling plaoe, honae of H. Fish, 1 delegate, Jodgea, H. Fiah and John Potter. Coil's Ranoh—Polling plaoe, hoot* of L. Coll, 1 delegate, jadgea, LeRoy Coil, J. G. Tonkin and E. D. Waltl. Roiolred, That in the two preolnote of the town of Enreke, the poll* of eeld primary eleotion, aball be opened at 1 p, m. , and oloaed at 7 o’olook r. w., and in the preolnote ot North and Sooth Rnby Hill the polle ehall be opened at 3 o’olock p. it., and oloae at 6 o'olook t. m. , and In all the other preolnota •aid oonnty eaid primary eleotion ehall be held between the hours of 13 o’olook it., and 3 o’olook r. it. Reeoivtx!, TLl*. ‘be fcif9wln* *ba» t* the teat for votere. I will be a legal in Eureka oonnty at the next eleotion, and that I will vote the Republioan ticket. Thomas Wain, Chairman. I. 0. C. Whitmobe, Secretary. The Artful Dodger. “ The Senate has passed the House Anti-Lottery bill. The Republicans keep right on doing good work in Con gress.” UoeB the Reno Journal, which prints the above, mean it for a slur on the Nevada Legislature, which, with an overwhelming Republican majority, passed a lottery hill and put the State to an expense of $20,000 in an attempt to make the Act constitutional?— Silver State. Dissointion of Copartoersliip. The copartnership heretofore ex iatlug under the name of Huey A Go., la the blacksmithing business, was dissolved * y mutual consent on the 15th of September, 1890. All bills owing to the firm, from the 1st of March, 1890, to the present date, should he paid to J. Ahern, and all bill* owing by said firm from the 1st of March, 1890, will be’ paid by the eaid J. Ahern. M. HOEY. J AHERN. Eureka, Sept. 16,1890. s20 ROOFING. GUM ELASTIC ROOFING KELT COSTS only 92.00 per ICO square feet. Makes a good roof for years, and any one can put It on. Send Btamp for Hample and full particulars. Gl’M ELASTIC ROOFING CO., and 41 West liroadway. New York. EaT LOCAL AGENTS WANTED. eul6 Ranch for Sale. A RANCH OF 160 ACRES OF LAND, fenced In, together with springe, etc , splendidly altuated about seven mile* from Eureka, ia offered for rent or aale on adu& tageous terms. Kov particulars, apply at this office. alltf WANTED, Alive, energetic agent to take order* (or our mike of knit ahlru, O.rdi g.u jacket*, underwear, look* and hoalery at one. LUKE'S KNITTING FACTORY, ais-lm Ogden. Utah. DU. JAMES WILLIAMS, PBTUCIAI AMI* IVIGEOE-Or noi u lutuu euidicg. in-w PUBLIC SPEAKING. Hon. Theodore Winters, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOK GOV. BRROR AND Hon. G. W. Cassidy, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS, Will addrees the people'of thle State upon the political iwuee of the campaign at the following dates and places : Hamilton.Tuesday, September 23 Rly..Wednesday, September 24 Taylor.Thursday, September 25 Floche.Saturday, September 27 Cherry Creek. Tneeday. September 30 Wells. .Wednesday, October 1 Elko Thursday, October S Tuscarora. Saturday, October 4 Carlin.Monday, October 6 Battle Mountain.Tneeday, October 7 Auetin..Thursday, October 8 Belmont .Friday, October 10 Tybo.Saturday, October 11 | Eureka. . Tuesday, October 14 Paliaade. Wednesday, October 15 Winnemuoca....Thursday, October 16 Paradise . Friday, October 17 Lorelock. . Saturday,October 18 Wadsworth (Informally) ....Sunday,October 10 Beno. . Monday. October 30 Genoa.Tuesday, October 21 Carson.Wednesday, October 32 Dayton.Thursday, October 23 Hawthorne.Friday, October 24 Candelaria.Saturday. Ootober 35 Virginia City.Monday, October 37 Gold Hill.Tuesday, October 28 Local Oommlttses in the several counties will pleaae make the necessary arrangements for the meetings. By order of Democratic 8tate Central Com* mitt ye. JOHN H. DENNIS, Chairman Democratic State Central Committee. P. J. Dum, Secretary. ^miscellaneous! THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. CsrrilUK V. ft. Malls and Wells. Fargo A Co.’s Kxpress. Stage* will leave dally at 8 o'clock a. w. for the following points, via: Bellgman, Hamil ton, Ely and Taylor: rarest Eureka to Sellgman.$6 00 Return Ticket. 8 00 Eureka to Hamilton. 8 00 Betnru Tiokat... ^.....12 00 Enrekato Ely.10 00 Eureka to Taylor. 18 00 Betnru Ticket... _»0 00 Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each paaaenger. Return Tickets good for SO days. Positively ne re Late Allowed oommenlal travelers on Round Trip rates. Railroad Prelghi and Transporta tion Line. Teams of the above line will deliver Freight at Taylor and points Booth, leaving Eureka every day, or as often as tbs business de mands it. OFFICE—Next door to Jesse Mendes’ sa loon, Main street. Je30-tf A. A. MATTOB, Proprietor. PIOCHE and TAYLOR 8TACE LINE. NAPOLEON DL’PONT. - Proprietor j Leaves Ploche and Taylor on Mondays and Friday! at 8 a. m. FARE, : 31 #l3 Good time made and good accommodation* for passengers. If notified In season will make special provis ion for carrying parties of three or more quickly and In good shape. NAPOLEON DUPONT. Ploche, Nevada, July 25, 1880. jy27-3m BREWERIES AND SALOONS. EUREKA BREWERY Corner of Main and Clark Streets, CHABLET LAUTENSCH LAGER. - - Prop’r .BREWS THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Has the Finest Barroom in Eastern Nevada, and keeps on hand the Best brands of tiimtS; LIQUORS & CIGARS To be fcund mV*? m*rkat. Eureka, August 10, 1887. aUw^I„ San Francisco Braiary, FXD M. HIITMAI * MX. H. MAI, PIQPI SOUTH HAIM STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a gen er»l Msortment ol flue Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO. B:::: :::: E ::::::: E ::::::: R By the wholesale and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all the lateet new*paper* may be found. Also, a flno Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. LUNCH served at all houra. U MAU k CO Eureka, November 1, 1887. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. Main oo« door north of PoatoflM, MRS. JULIA HDWI, : i PROPRif TRIM, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Oyiltn rtclted dally by nataa and all the delloeclea of In. meikel kept conatanlly on hand. ELEOAMT PRIVRTI ROOM Ranch for Sale. THAT DESIRABLE RANCH LOCATED IN Newark Valley, known aa Hie CUrta. Beck Ranch, la offered tor eale. Alao, a lot of .lock hort.ee and cattle, which will be dl.poaed o with or without the land. Por particular., ap. ply to the underelgned In Newark Valley. y CHRIS. BECK. I Newark Valley. White Pine comity. Sept. 11, UW. lU-bn' THE SILVER MILLENIUM It Has Cods to Fas: at Last! Silver Is coming up slow but sure, to the standsrd of gold, and In consequence thereof the undersigned makes a declaration to his friends and customers In Eureka and vicinity that he will sell Goode, from now on until further notice, for a silver dollar, more and better goods than any other house in Eastern Nevada. To convince yourselves of these facts, come or send for a price list of my goods. I keep constantly on hand a full line of Family Groceries and Provisions, Ladles*, Cents* and Children’s Boots and Shoes, Tinware, Hardware; constantly arriving, the oholoest kinds of Fruits, Meals and Vegetables, and all such goods as must be had fresh in order to be of any uce. I also keep on hand a general stock of Merchandise, such ae Is usually found In a well regulated country store. Come and convince yourselves of the above faots, and you will find what I say is just what I mean. Fresh French and Domestic Candles. Fresh Fish and Oysters. All goods will be delivered with promptness and dispatch in Eureka and vicinity. Very respectfully, B. BERC. Eureka, Aug. SO, 1890. NEVADA STATE FAIR • • • • 180Oj • • * • Reno, : : 1ST eyada, September 221 to 21 InclosM - —«»'•> <>■!>■ - Trotting, Pacing and Running Races. Ladies’ Tournament, Slock Parade EXHIBITION OF WILD HORSE RUING. State Military Parade. Splendid Agricultural, Horticultural, Mining and Mechanical Exhibits. For Premium List, Speed Programme, and other information, address the Secretary, at Reno, Nevada. W. H. COULD, President. C. H. STODDARD, Secretary. CO TO THE WHITE HOUSE For your Dry and Fancy Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Ladies’, Misses' and Chil dren’s footwear. Carpets, Oilcloths and numerous ar ticles unmentionable. Further reductions In orloes will be made up to the 16th of October. Full atten tion to country orders will be paid. M. KAW8KY, Proprietor. Remington, Johnson^ Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, GROCERIES, -AS D Mining Supplies of all Kinds. On Kooount of onr superior facilities for pnrohMlng goods through oor Wholesale House in Salt Lake And oar reoeaft oh&ngee here, in reducing oar expense** WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE Doing basinets In Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH Any California Houses Mu Bisiuess ia this Market WE ALIO NUARANTd FULL WIIOHTR AND MEARINES IN EVERYTHING WE IIU CALL AND EXAMINE HOODS 1PGICGS BEFORE PDRCiMKG E1SEI0ERE REMINGTON, JOHNSON A CO. CHET BITCHELDER’S ASSAY OFFICE. ONE DOOR BOOTH OF CAPKON'8 Drug Btore, Main street, Eureka. Eureka. April 4, 1890. a5 11 NOTICE. From this date, until further no tloe, 1 have appointed my aon, Heft Campbell, aa my authorized buaiueaa agent. A. W CAMPBELL. Eureka, Sept. 2.1890. m> u S5 REWARD. THE URDEKSIONEO WILL l'AT THE above reward for the return of a gold locket, inlaid with quarts, which wao ‘O*1 0,1 Main street, on the 2d instant. -uAll,v MABTIN BBO\>N; Knreka, Aug. 4.18SK). LOST. Five Dollars Reward. A NUMBER OF KBY8 ON A STEEL A Ring, Including a sale key. Tke Under will receive five dollar* by leaving them »t th* BKH» «»««• j.STriAUS JEWELER, Has just received in addition to hia already large stock of Jewelry a fine assortment of California Gold v^uarta Veal Chain*, Rmton Hooka, Bracelets, «U\, also. Diamond Pin*. Earrings and line Diamond Bings. A great quantity of Gold, Silver and Nickel Watches. A line die)dev of pure Silver ware, Clock* in every at) le. Thi*. and alto gether, make* this aa creditable a etyre aa can be r*nud iD any city. Good Watchwork done and warranted aa usual. Fine teini*ered steel Spectacles now 75 senta, with cate. Good Spectacles aud Snow Glasses .for i6 cents Watches from id 50 up, and war nutted for one year. _ .. . Remember Straus' place—Two doors aonth of the Courthouse.Pi*-** Change of Business. Notice is hereby riven that Oharley Jim hH purchaaed all of the 1,1 t ere at of Ah Sam lu the Eureka KeaUuraut, ,eo dtort eonth of i'aroni'a batcher ah»p. Mala ,treat, on th. 16th day of Augnat. 1SY0, and will berrall.r conduct the bneii.eie In hie own name. He will nut be reepooelble for any debts contracted by Ah Sant. Meal, will be eervel in good etyle and of ea callent ■reality foi 16 cent*. Bnatnaaa etrlctiy C*W»Lu CHA&UI iUL