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I HOME AND COAST.
Matter* of Lively Internet to the General Reader. Writ* it ten. Bar Silver <1 04. Tb* rale ol Alaaka would be an is* . transaction. Ex-Congrctaman Caaaldy left laat Mon day lot the Bay. Tbe Nevada Legislature will meet on the lVlb inalant. Tbe doctor* are now Kock aura of our I Ing consumption. Sheriff Dnnkle ha* appointed Thoma* Dale a* bit deputy. Aateaaor Wallace left laat Monday for the weatern part of tbe State. The beat way to aottle the Indian trouble* ia to acttle the Indiana. Good advice for a doctor—All thing* ootne to him who waits; have patient*. Now that Indian heart ia full. Death has aat on Sitting Bull. Tbe weather during the past three day* hat been the coldest of the Winter. Travel on the Central PaoiHo ia lighter than It baa been at any time in two yeara. Some of tbe Indian hoatilea have ax changed the Bad Landa for the bad place. Senator Foley of Deno dropped In here on Thnraday, and left yesterday morning. There waa no truth in tbe report that General Mile* bad been killed at Pin* Ilidge. Carton City Is beginning to open her hospitable arms to weleome Nevada's law makers. Only enough anow fell on Wednesday and Thursday laat to make paaaably good sleighing. There will be e meeting of the Com mandery at iti hall thia evening al T o'clock sharp. It costs us very close on nine hundred dollars a minute to keep the federal govern ment in running order. The Scientific American " Hand Book '' has been received. It it a good pamphlet for inventors to have. The present epell of cold weather la in harmony with the feelings of the Republi cans all over the country. "I’m glad it's 1891," said the poet. " There are lots of rhynaea to'one,' bnt 'ninety' waa a holy terror.” San Franoltco waa visited by two dis tinct earthquakes on the 2nd. without any material damage to property. Corbett and Jaokson have been matched to fight before the California Athletlo Club in May for a puree of 810,000. The Pioohe Record ha* reverted to the proprietor, T. J. Osborne, and the paper will hereafter be published by him. Miss Halite Ford, aooompanisd by her brother Claude, left laat Monday for Cali fornia wbero they will attend school. William Roach, the oldest man in Ohio, died Friday, aged 10S years. He was cock of the walk when it comsa to ago. Al the meeting of the County Commis sioners. last Monday, W. H. Tyler was appointed night watchman for the town. Senator Stewart has our thanks for a copy of his speech on United State* Elec tions, delivered in the Senate Deo. 19, 1890. Last Monday County Treasurer Powell turned over to bis sucoussor in offioe •23,401 S3, all of which belongs to the county. A meeting of the Democratic State Cen tral Committee will be held at tbs Palaco Hotel on the 11th Instant—lleno Journal. Wbal’s the matter now? The people of New Hampshire have been educated up to a point that is not at all pleasant to Senator Blair. They have learned to be Democrats. Mr. Martin U»*4vv. a graoaate ot tne California University, ha* been employed as pricipal of our publio school, and will take charge next Monday. Emma Abbott, the American songslreas. died at Sail Lake City last Monday of pneumonia. A* a vocalist she ranked next to the incomparable Patti. Free coinage or nothing, is the only battle cry for the friends of silver from now on. Let us have no more talk of compromise—Denver Republican. Under the editorial management of John Dennis, the Virginia Chroniole, bar ring politics, Is the best newspaper in Ne vada.—Carson Tribune. So say we all. Otto Van Raven, arrested at Reno a few days ago, and taken to Fresno, married the girl be bad wronged, and the charge of seduction against him will be dismissed. A protection paper now advises Vermont farmers to plant out tree*. What they are to live on while the trees are spending thirty years to be in bearing is not stated. Louis Brandt, an old citizen of this place, and a member of the Hooks A Kuioks. died on the 6tb inatant and was buried on the Tib under the auapioea of the Fire Department. Judge Fitzgerald returned home from Otraon laet Tueeday. Ha will leave again next Monday for Winnemueoa, where he will preelde aa Judge, in the pending water antt. Virginia Ohroniele: It won't be many ■nontba before Comatoolt minera and me obantca will be able to aee elearly why ao much money waa expended laat Fall to eleot the Republican nominee for Gov ernor. The Halt Lake Tribune haa moved Into their new bnllding. a large fcur-etory granite atruotnre, and with an entire new plant. Tbe building ia aaid to be a magnifl cont atruoture, one of the very beat in Bait Lake City. It la aaid that a aimple remedy for neuralgia ia to apply grated horae-radlab prepared tbe aame aa for table nae to tbe temple, when the face or head la affected or to the wriat when tbe pain ia in the arm or ahoulder. To-morrow there will be divine aervioe and aermon at the Catholto Ohnroh in Ruby Hill at * o’clook a. m., and in Eu reka at 11 a. M. and 7 r. aa. After the Mate tbe monthly meeting of the Altar Bociety will take plaoe. A geniua in Detroit ia building a aub mariue boat. A column in tbe newapaper ia taken up with an account of how tbe boat will be made go to tbe bottom. A line or two on the aubjeot of getting back to the top again wonld not be amiaa. J. II MacMillan, of Winnemueoa, and O. R. Leonard, ex Chief Juatioe of Nevada, have entered ioto a copartnerebip to praotioe law. Tbeir principal plaoe of buaineaa will be at Ogden, but they will practice in all the oourta of Utah and ad journing Terrltorlea. It will be aeeu by tbe quarterly atate ment of the financial affaire of thia coun ty, publiahed under the head of “ New To day,” that our county ia not only not In debt, but baa on hand (23,101 S3 with which to atart buaineaa in the new year. A good ahowing. Fifteen boya working aa bell boya in Han Franoiaco hotela deaire to vialt tbeir homea in the Eaat, and not having euffl cent money to pay railroad farea have chartered a common freight car.whioh they are fitting up with bunka, ohalra, tablaa and etowea, and propoae to go by freight about January I5tb. Make tbe Htcb Pay. The phyaician who attended the late Henry Shaw, millionaire and philan thropiat of St. Louia, Mo., aued the ea tate for profeaaional aervioea rendered, and the jury, after fifteen minutea' delib eration, decided that a phyaician could charge a rich man almoet any aum he pleaaed and collect the aame in court. The dootor’a bill waa for $4,995, and in cluded itema aa follow*: Three viaita at night $50 each, |150; forty-two daya in July and Auguat on profeaaional atten tion on ITfiifj 3law, >1091 day, $4,209, THE 13 O'CLOCK LEW. II la ■ BMMl tell»r Fua ■•••■ nla Baah«. It is possible, says the Silver State, that this session of the legislature will repeal the 12 o'clock law, and why not? The law is a dead letter upon the statute books, and if it cannot be enforced why not wipe it out and give us a high license, high enough so that any hoodlum in the country, after obtaining a dollar or two, cannot open a low doggery. In that case we will have but resjiectablc saloons, saloons where gentlemen will not be afraid to enter for fear of being robbed. The State imposes a license upon saloon keepers before they can sell liquors, and then enacts a law allowing them but a certain portion of the day to keep open in order to do business. We be lieve tliis is not right. Saloon keepers, after paying their license, should have the same privilege as anyone else that takes out a license, the entire twenty four hoars, if necessary to do business. We believe this law should and will be re|«a)ed, and were we a member of the next legislature we would have no fear of the mothers of Nevada hav ing any say whatever about it, as the Keno Uaxette intimates that they will do. It is only these hen-pecked hus bands anil religious hypocrites that fear the howlings of the mothers of Nevada, and when we say religious hypocrites we mean those fellows that are alway preaching up morality and when attending church on the Sabbath, and during prayer will be seen with tiowed heads, endeavoring to create the impression that they are above re proach, and after service, when away from the mothers of Nevada, they will, whenever an opportunity offers, sneak through the back door of a saloon or gambling house, too cowardly to face the music by going in at the front door, and oftimes into disreputable houses in the same manner. ’Tis those kind of cattle that the mothers of Nevada should look after, not the men that have manliness enougli to meet tiieir fellow man face to face any and everywhere. The Torre Bill KIIIMl. A Washington dispatch of the 5th instant says: The action of the Sen ate in displacing the Elections bill with the Financial bill to-day was a completo surprise to the friends of the former measure and several Republi can silver Senators who voted lor the motion, say it was without prior knowledge on their part. So far as can be learneil the arrangement to dis place the Elections bill was not de finitely effected until some time after the Seuatc met, though there had been some consultation prior to to-day on the subject. It is understood that Stewart ami Teller were the principal movers in the scheme. The Demo crats are rejoicing over the displace ment of the Elections bill and think it has received its death blow. Our County OMclals. Following are the names of the mmly elected and re-elected county of ficers: Sheriff, L. A. luujkle; County Clerk, F, H. Harmon, re-elected; Recorder, W. S. Beard, re-elected; John Gregovieh, Treasurer; Assessor, C. C. Wallace, re-elected; District At torney. Peter Breen, re-elected; Long Term County Comm ia»i< » ti. Clark jofiortTerm County Com missioner, Charles Ferraris; County Surveyor, A. I). Rock; Public Admins trator, Frank McNatnee. Eureka town ship officers: Justice of the Peace, John Wilson, re-elected ; Constable, J. C. Ravel!. School Trustees, Henry Kind, Robert J. Reid, and I. C. C. Whitmore, hold over. Election anil Installation of OB* eera. At a regular meeting of St. John’s Chapter No. 5, R. A. M., held at its hall on the 27th of December, 1890, the following officers were elected, ap [Kjinted and installed: John O. Jones, H. P.; W. J. Stevens, K.; J. H. Hoegh, Scribe; R. Sadler, Treasurer; A. 1). Rock, Secretary; John Macau lay, C. of H.; John Hancock, P. S.; John Agnew, R. A. C.; R. J. Reid, Marshal; Alex. Fraser, M. 3d V.: G. R. Mullen. M. 2d V.; J. H. Shoe maker, M. 1st V.; D. W. Levan, Guard. While Rlain of Nevada. A writer in the San Francisco Star, on the “ White Slaves of Nevada,” as serts that the people here are owned by the “ various mill rings and bullion banks in Washoe, Ormsby, Storey and I.von counties.” The man seems to think that the entire country is spot ted and speckled with bullion banks, and there is one in each corner gro cery.—Carson Appeal. The Teacher* Our public school will commence next Monday with the following teach ers: Martin Congdon, Principal; Miss Louise Loschenkohl, Grammar De partment; Miss Belle Lindsay, First Primary; Miss Rffle Phillips, Second Primary ; Miss Alma Manheim, Third Primary; Miss Gertie Wilson, Fourth Primary. ■ uatwllwllou. At a meeting of Beatific Lodge No. 7, K. of P., the following officers were installed for the ensuing term, viz: J. B. Tingley.C. C.: M. Hcheeline, V. 0.; Win. I-awry, P.; M. B. Bartlett, M. of E.; John Drager, M. of F.: M. G. Cavanaugh, K. of K. A 8.; Wm. Laird, M. at A. The New Board. The new Board of County Com missioners organized last Monday with W. J. Smith as Chairman, and after passing all bills presented, se lected 200 names as trial jurors for the ensuing year. ■ulllou Klil|tmeat. During the week Wells, Fargo A Co. shipped ten bars of Eureka Con. bullion, valued at $10,500; also, four bars of passing bullion, valued at $1,500. __ Just Received. Berg has just received a fine lot of b innan huddle^ and California oysters; also, great quantities of ducks, chick ens, turkeys and geese, and various kinds of fish._ * 1'bolee Groceries. A fine line of fresh groceries may be found at McConnell'B, next door south of Ktowell’s drug store. U|ii«n. Fresh oysters, fifty cents and up wards per can, at Berg’s. * D. Nathan A Co., have received a very large stock of Cutting's brand|of California canned fruits of all kinds. * TBUL ItMM. r«msi *kl are (a Morve aa Trial Jnrara Darla* This Tear. Hash, Wm Hansen, A Hillis, G W Hageman, A P Holt, W A Harris, I) Haskins, Wilson Hutson, J W Henning, John Hamilton, E W Hansen, PN Hjul, P H Harmer, E II Hawkins, E Jones, J W Henry, 8 I) Jones, D P Johnson, Miles Krause, Edward Jones, John O lani, V Joseph, Mil Leuzinger, R Jackson, Austin Lucey, John J Johnson, J C Lewis, D E Jones, John lsngshur, A Joannes, Wm Hintze, A Kirchner, H H Howell, H L Kennedy, James Harrington, W C Knight, H A Hamlin, Wm Kendall, Henry Karsky, M Kitto, Wm Teaser, A G Kitchen, JG Levan, D W Keefe, D H Iatird, Wm J-awry, Wm Iaventhal, E Harris, J L Lockwood, J W llusby, John I-ooney, Ed Libbv, F B laden, Charles Benson, O Lane, Charles Jones, Charles A Lund, Chris Hawkins, N Hancock, John Thompson, J L Holmes, Hugh Hannon, John Haskins, K Langton, Martin Hooper, W J Murphy, M P Harris, Wm Morrison, James Hicks, Tbos Morris, Mike Ivey, J W Maggini, C Jury, J II Moore, G N Johns, Wm McKay, Aleck McConnell, E A Marteietti, I’ McNamara, Hugh Morrison, Daniel Mau, E Mullins, G K Merialdo, John Morrison, E 8 Morgantini, G Malcom, W II McBride, Ale* McEwen, B F McNamee, Frank McKenna, J McKim, G W Mclaod, Neil Martin, E H McGarry, M Meister, James McCormick, E Morse, F H McBride, P F Marren, Martin McKernan, John Molino, Joe Macaalav, John Mareei, A McCullom, Ed Miller, Fred McKim, II A Merkley, A McKay, Aleck L Moore, Orr McNaughton, J Miller, W F McElrov, P Miles, R W McKee,'HB McCharles, R Nulty, B McAskell, D A Nathan, J C Moyle, John Newell, W B MorriBh, R Nicholas, J Mulcov, Ed Northey, Robert McKillop, K Ninnis, Thomas McLeod, J North, J W Morrison, John Nelson, John McConnell, Jos Olsen, A W Maples, Stephen O'Keef, Pat May, P \V Oliver, G Morrison, A JVatner, Wm McOool, F J Peterson, John McCreary, B Pastorini, F McGowan, John Purdy, P G Nager, Moritz I’istoni, Frank Norton, C Preston, Samuel Nute, P Phillips, E E Nocetti, I) Powell, I) G Persano, G B Rice, Owen Paroni, P ltosencrans, C l’ardy, John Rose, K H Petrini, G ltatto, G B l’iantoni, M Reid, R J Potter, John Reynolds, G E Parry, F A Roberts, J H Pratt, C W Regli, Beni Richardson, J W Richard, H G Raftice, Robt Rice, Felix Robinson, Wm Repetti, P Regli, Charles Rich, M luvk i7 t itovier, ir Re, Jos Ring, John ' Ridge, M Roberts, Ed Raphael, Sam Rogers, Frank Rodini, F Richards, Wra Reynolds, S|>encer Samsa, John Rudin, C W Sanchz, Wm Sims, Clay Stuhlfoot, A Sargent, Wm G Smith, J L Steadham, J C Swick, A J Steele, J A Imutroii t’aadldatea. Sheriff Fellows informs the Winne mucca Silver State that the candidates for clerkships are more numerous than members of the Legislature. He was interviewed by several young ladies in Carson who had got a glimpse of Lieutenant Governor Poujade, and mistaking him for the Lieutenat Gov ernor, took him by storm, going so far as to embrace him, and one young lady put her arms around his neck and implored him to do all he could for her. Frank finally told her that she was certainly mistaken, and until he in formed her that he was a released con vict and had just got out of the State Prison, did she release him and leave the Sheriff scott free. Assignment of Judges. The four District Judges met at Car son last Monday and took the oath of office. They districted the State, which the law makes one district, and were assigned as follows: Rising, Storey, Ormsby, Lyon, Douglas and Esmeralda, residence at Virginia City; Fitzgerald, Eureka, Nye and and Lander, residence at Eureka; Chen6v, Washoe, Humboldt and Churcfiill, residence at Reno; Talbot, Elko, White Pine and Lincoln, resi dence at Elko. Judge Fitzgerald will retain Humboldt county in his Dis trict until the great water suit now pending in his court is ended. I. O. O. r. ■ uslallntlsn. At s meeting of Eureka Lodge No. 22, t. O. O. F., held on Wednesday evening lest, the following offioers were installed by John Northey, D. D. G. M.: Thomas L. Davis, N. G.; Charles W. Rudeen, V. G.; A. J. Dorum, R. 8.; W. S. Beard, P. 8.; F. M. Heilman, Trees,; James H. Jury, Con.; J. M. Freyer, War.; F. E. Alexander, I. G.; J. J. Baird, 0. G.; J. B. Tingley, R. S, of N. G.; John Greg ovioh, L. S. of N. G.; Charles Ferrsris, R. 8. of V. G.j C. 8. Broy, L. 8. of V. G.; P. H. Hjul, R. S. 8.; David Me ! Lean, L. S. 8. Furnuce Nbui lioan. The Pioche Record of the 3d instant has the following: The furnace, after its start a week ago yesterday, and until Tuesday eveni’ig when, before it was fairly heated through, one of the water jackets bursted on the inside and leaked so rapidly as to practically extinguish the, fire and cake the lead in the well. A new set of jack ets, which have just arrived, and of a different pattern to Vhoee heretofore used, aro being put in and work is ex pected to resume next Moaday. PooloSIc Variety Htore. Just arrived, at the Poetoffice Variety Btore, a full assortment of French garden and flower seeds. The choicest of bird seed feather dusters, tissue paper dlisten wood tooth picks, ladies work baskets, picture frames, fine stationery, cutlery, meerschaum goods, pi|>es, tobacco, imported and domestic cigars, cigarettes and all the novelties of the season always in Stock * PtLlMBI ITKMft. I’ausadk, Nev., Jan. 2, ’91. En. Hawnsri. ; We are all getting over our holiday pleasures. Have welcomed the New Year, and are try ing to keep our new roles for 1891. Of course, “ swearing off " was the order of the day yesterday, and for the fnture you may point to Palisade as the moral town for young men, (if we don’t" backslide.” Miss Maude Dougherty, our school teacher, is spending the holidays in California. Messrs. Geo. H. Sanford and E. M. Baum went to Safford District to-day and posted notices of the coming sale of the Palisade Silver Mining Co’s, mines to satisfy a judgment in favor of G. 11. Sanford and others. A girl babv came as a Christmas present at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Jewel, Dec. 25th. Mother and child doing well. "Grandpa Tom” set ’em up all around. Mr. E. L. Petengale is on the sick list. Mrs. Garret Pierce, of Carlin, died of pneumonia and was buried on New Year's day. Mr. Chas. Clay, (Carlin), father of Ed. Clay, died this morning after an illness of about three months, aged 72 years. Several cases of diphtheria are re ported at Carlin this week and one death has occurred. Yours, Chips. A Dmmd Compltmeat. The Virginia Chronicle noticing the change of management of the Journal pays its former proprietor a deserved compliment: It says: General C. C. Powning has retired from the Keno Journal and presumably from the field of journalism in Nevada. The Chronicle for one is sorry to lose the Geneial from the editorial list of its local contemporaries. He has been an tionest journalist and has always been foremost in advocating measures for the best interests of the State as well as for the local interests of his immediate section. He has been bold and outspoken in his editorial utter ances and has never truckled to the corpoiations or other monied powers for the advancement of his own per sonal or political interests. The Chronicle wishes him prosperity in whatever field he many hereafter de vote his energies. -«. Maklaic Himself Heart*. F. McAfee, of Fish Rake, li“ turned the tables on the P»“‘«* °f that section. Mr- Injun is making himself scarce. About a week ago a number of them called upon him and wanted to hear “ paper talk ” about the re|>orted troubles. Taking up a pa(>er he proceeded to make up a thrilling tale of Indian slaughter in the northern country, adding that the soldiers in large numbers would soon tie in the valley, when Piute exter mination would commence in earnest. The scare among the local Indians amounted to terror, and they have skedaddled in all directions—Chloride Belt. _ _ Hut They Will. The Virginia Chronicle scribe has heard at least 20 Republicans positively aessert that they would never again of the two Kenublican Supreme Court Justices who defeated the will of the people by refusing to canvass the Constitutional Convention vote. But the chances are that nine teen out of the twenty will do it just the same, if the bosses of the party con clude to renominate either or both of the ermined gentlemen, who know so well how to prevent the abol ishment of the offices which they hold. Experienced n C'lmage. Carson Appeal: The Virginia Enterprise advances a queer reason for not having a Constitutional Con vention and that is that although the people voted for a convention and car ried it by a clean majority, they did not know what they were voting about at the time and have experienced a change since. If such a plea should be advanced to show why some State officer who was elected last Fall should not take his Beat, it would be received with a shout of laughter that would roll from White Pine to Storey. The Deadly Weed. A young man named Campbell ar rived at Praire City, Or., a few weeks ago in a destitute condition. At length it was necessary for him to be taken to the County Hospital. He reached the place with a whole plug of tobacco in bis stomach. While taking a bath he threw up his arms and was dead. Down at Vicksburg last week John Williams, a colored man, who had the toothache, took some nicotine from an old pipe and applied it to the cavity. Ten minutes later be fell from his bunk dead. A ■•mini Uauder. A short time ago W. O. Lundy brought a wild goose—a big gander— from Carson and turned it loose with Judge Mattly’s poultry at Mono Lake. One morning last week he—the gan der, not the Judge—flew away, return ing at night with a mate. Next day he did the same, and has kept it up until he now has quite a harem. The Judge looks on and remarks: "You d— dreadful old splay-footed Mormon, will you never let up?"—Homer Index. The True Inwardness. A Comstocker who rushed off down to Inyo, expecting to buy a ranch for a song during the Indian scare, comes back a “ sadder and wiser man.” He found every ranch owner had liis figures away up. 11 Mum,” whispered the rancher, “ don’t you see that if we can get a lot of soldiers sent over here to devour our provisions and consume our hay ami feed we'll be able to make a big clean up?”—Enterprise. —-♦ I, Ns Bonds. Elko Independent; The Legisla ture should pass an Act relieving ah county officers from giving official bonds. The people employ them by electing them to office, and the peo ple, not individuals, should be re sponsible for their acts. Dispense by law with all official bonds. Poor Boy. One of the pupils of the Lincoln school, Spokane FallB, kissed a girl the other day. He won't do so again, for he had an interview with the Princi pal, who used a blacksnake to shake the dust from bis trousers. Boots 1 Boots! Way below cost. Genuine TerrelJ tap soles for $3 per pair, at McCon nell’s, one door south of Stowell's drug store. * TIM OalF Dm. Th« Chicago, Milwaukee k Si. Paul Railway ia the only line running solid Veatibnlad, Electric Lighted and Steam Heated trains between Chicago, Mil waukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis. The Chioago, Milwaukee k St. Paul Railway is tha only line running Solid Vestibuled, Electric Lighted and Steam Heated trains between Chicago, Counoil BlalTe and Omaha. The berth reading lamp feature in the Pullman Sleeping Cara run on these lines ia patented, and cannot be used by any other Railway Company. It ia the great improvement of the age. Try it and be convinced. For further particulars apply to the nearest coupon ticket agent, or address Alex. Mitchell, Commercial Agent, 262 So. Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. The Han Warped Them. A young newapaper man laat Sum mer hired out to a Washington farmer. He was set to work plowing, but both man and horses being new to the business, the furrows looked as if they were the result of an earthquake. At the close of the day the farmer rather testily criticised the job. The news paper man felt that his doom was sealed, but mustered courage to reply: "I know the the rows are crooked, but the sun was so exceedingly hot to day that it warped them.” The an swer turned away the farmer’s wrath, he was given a better job, and he re centlv became the ola man's son-in law. * Return* by Umprvlar. About 2 o’clock this morning Mary Ann heard a noise in the lower part of the house and came downstairs to see what was the matter. She found the lady of the house reading a paper upside down and nervously tapping her foot on the floor. “ What are you doing, mum?” “ Waiting for the returns, Mary.” “ For the returns, mum?” “Yes—very full returns, Mary.” And sure enough he returned an hour later about as full as a man can get election night. — Pittsburg Dis patch. A High Estimate. According to the figures of the New York Mail and Express, (125,000,000 is not too high an estimate of the sum expended this year by the people of this country in Christmo- ““u ffiaoto -nyj will attempt to figure out the amount of happiness engen dered in American homes by the observance of Christmas Day with hearts in full accord with the divine sentiment, “ Peace on earth; good will to men?” A Deserted County. A citizen of Rocks county, Kansas, says: The people of the western part of the State no longer try to conceal the fact that many people have left the country on account of the drought. Over 4,000 have left Rocks county alone. Many of those remaining are unable to get away. For miles over the prairies, he says, one can see noth ing but tenantless houses and aban doned farm machinery. Mors Than I'alirornls. The Bridgeport Chronicle-Union, which, like Ephraim, is wedded to its idols, asks the Index what Nevada would do for Inyo if we were a part of that State and had Indian troubles. We answer that she would do very much more than California has or ever will do. In Nevada we would be in a position to command respect and protection; in California we never will.—Inyo Index. Tbs Law Ignored. All the newspapers of Dubuque, Iowa, have received notice from Wash ington that they must stop printing the drawings of the prizes at church fairs and other entertainments,butthey are said to pay no heed to the warn ing. n usle Clnss. Miss A. Kleine, a teacher of great experience, wishes to announce to the public of Eureka that she intends locating in Eureka permanently, and will give practical and thorough in structions on the piano, organ, guitar and violin. For terms, apply at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Zailow, on Atlas Hill. * w, H. stoweli. Druggist and assayer. No. 3 Main street, Eureka, Nevada. || French Caudles. Lambert has just received a large quantity of fresh French eandies. They are very nice. * miscellaneous” NOTICE. “ UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. I Ei RKKa, Nev., Dec. 22, 1S90 ( XyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1.8 following named tattler baa filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support of hit claim, and that aaid proof will he nade before tbe Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, at Eureka, Nevada, ou February 7. Is90, viz: James McDougell for tbe N of 8E M ■ec 34, and W H of SW * sec. 35, Tp. 22 N., of R55E..M. D. M. He names the following witnesses to prove hia continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Luther Clarke of Eureka, Nevada; Julius Mlnolettl, of Cold Creek, Nevada; Henry Ua gsr of Eureka, Nevada; Walter S. Long of Eureka. Nevada. J. P. DUNKLE, Register. d 27-lOt MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that tbe taxes on tbe proceeds of the mines of Eureks county for tbe quarter ending Oct. 31,1880, are now due and payable tc me at my office in Eureka ; and tbe law In regard to tbe same will be strictly enforced. 0. 0. WALLACE, Assessor of Eureka oounty, Nevada. notice/ la the District Court or the mats of Nevada, Eureka County. In the Matter of the Estate of F. W. Var num, deceased. VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE XI undersigned, Administrator of tbe above named estate, to the creditors of said estate, and all peisons bgving claims against aaid de ceased to preseut tbe same with the necessary vouchers within four weeks from the flrat pub lication of this netioc to the undersigned at the town of Eureka, county and Btate afore said. J. M. GREER, Administrator of the Estate of F. W. Varnum, deceased. Eureka,Nev., Dec. 31, 1880. J3-4w Annual Meeting. '■’HE ANNUAL MISTING OF THE 1 stockholders of the Zanoll Mining Com pany, Bafford District, iu the town of Cayuga, Eureka county. Nevada, will be hetd on Mon day. Dec. 29, 1880, at 12 o’clock u. MATT MURPHY, Secretary Pure leaf lard at D. Nathan & Co’a. corner o( Main and Clark strata, t _ SKW TO-PAT. GREAT HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT. I CHOICE DISPLAY AT THE White House Dry Goods AND CABPET HOUSE. Timely arrivals of Goods, especially for the Holiday trade, have placed us in position to present for inspection a magnificent assortment of many aseful articles and seasonable novelties. As usual our Goods will be offered at the very low est prices. Our exhibits of the latest styles of Dress Goods, Silks ar.d Satins, Velvets and Plushes, in all colors, Bhadames, Cashmere, Silk Warp Henriettas, Ladies’ Cloths and Cloakings are complete; also the latest fancy Flannels. Our Cloaks for Ladies, Misses and Children, our Seal etes in Newmarkets, Jackets, Wraps and Capes cannot be sur passed in style or quality. Our Furs, Victorines and Muffs, Capes and Bows for Ladies and Children cannot be equaled. Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s Underwear in silk and wool. Cashmere, Lambs’ Wool and Merinos—the finest ever kept here. An immense stock of Woolen Hosiery and novelties in Handkerchiefs, Fancy Goods and Trimmings. Hats and Millinery Trimmings. French Corsets and other makers. The Maggioni Francisco Gloves, formerly carried by P. Gentemeri & Co,—the best known. Our itock of Oarpeta, Oilcloth*. Window Shade* and Wall Paper i* complete, A fall itock of Ladie*’, Mine*’ and Children’! Shoes, Slippers, Oxford Tie* of th* beat maker*. All of the above Ooode will be aold at the very loweet prlcee at th* White House Dry Goods Store. Country order* promptly attended to and samp 1m aent free on application, Oar immenn Full and Winter (took comprise* th* lateet sod finest line of Men’*, Youths’ and Boya Clothing, consisting of Dress and Bnsinea* Suita. Oar farniahing Qooda in all grades oannol be surpassed in quality and low prioM. Tbe latest style* in Men’s, Youths’ and Boya’ Hat*. Blankets, Qnilts and Tranks of the beat. Onr stock of Boots and Shoes for Men Y’ontba and Boya cannot be excelled in quality and prioea. For reliable Ooods and aqnara dealing, oall at THE WHITE W*ll. Respectfully, M. K*w<KY, Proprietor. Remington,John$on£Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, RROGERIES, -AS D Mining Supplies of all Kinds. On aooount of oar luporlor faoUltie* for purohaalng goods through our Wholesale House in Salt Lake And our reoeut ehangee here, in reduoing our expenaee, WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE Doing business in Eaetern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH Ad? California Haases Doing Business ia this Bartel WE ALSO IUARANTEE FUU WEIUHTI AND MEAIURES IR EVERYTHIN! WE SEU CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS & PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE REMINGTON. JOHNSON & CO. THE SILVER MILLENIUM It Has Cods to Pass at Last! Silver Is coming up slow but sure, to the standard of gold, and In consequence thereof the undersigned makes a declaration to his friends and customers In Eureka and vicinity that he will sell Goods, from now on until further notice, for a silver dollar, more and better goods than any other houae 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 choioest kinds of Fruits, Meals and Vegetables, and all such goods as must be had fresh in order to be of any u e. I also keep on hand a general stock of Merchandise, such as Is usually found in a well regulated country store. Come and convince yourselves of the above facts, and you wil* find what I say Is just what I mean. Fresh French and Domestic Candies. Fresh Fish and Oysters. All goods will be delivered with promptness and dispatch in Eureka and vicinity. Very respectfully, B. BERG. lurek., Aug, 80,1890. THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. Canr}Ul V. t. Malls anti Wells, Fargo * Co.’s Express. Stages will leers dally at 8 o'clock a, m. for the following points, via: Seligmsn, Hamil ton, Bly and Taylor: Tares: Eureka to Seligmsn. 85 00 Return Ticket. 8 00 Eureka to Hamilton. 8 00 Beturn Tloket„.„_.. 12 00 ■ureka to Bly.18 00 Eureka to Taylor... „1» 00 Beturn Ticket..™.........™. ,_80 00 Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each pilUDgM. Beturn Tickets good for 80 days. Positively ne rebate allowed oommerilel travelers en Bound Trip rates. Mallread Freight and Transporta tion Line. Teams of the above Una will deliver Freight at Taylor and points South, leaving Eureka every day, or aa often as the business de mands tt. OFFICE—Next dcot to lease Mender sa loon, Main street. JeSO tl J. A. MATTOB, Proprietor. Babbit metal-fbom 100 to aoo pounds of babbit metal for tale at th Eeebiiel OSes, Enreks .ksvada. _MISCELLANEOUS. J. STRAUS H as just received the finest jew. elry and Silverware for Christines Pres et*" that ever was brought to Eureka. Diamond Mas, Earrings, hides, Brarrlels- <blldr Sir's Diamond Blags, ti. id ( halm. Diamond Bings r», ladles. And a great variety of good Jewelry loo cum meroas to mention. I invito everybody to come and aee for himself or herself. ^ Country orders solicited for su, thing in my Watches aid Jewelry neatlv repaired. Remember Straus’ placa—Two doors south of the Courthouse. n 29- tf C. HAMILTON. 1313 NT 1ST. mKITU ON ALL MANNER OF PLATES J. and without nlate,. Will remain in Eureka a limited time. Rooms over Sentinel office. Eureka, Nov. 17.1890. rmustsM sad Peppers. Uo to Berg’s £or green tomatoes and peppers. t