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Matter* of Lively Interest to the General Header. Bar silver *7H. General Clark left for Carson yeatsrday. Pat Kerwiu left for Virginia last Mon day. Gov. and Mrs. Adams ere in Bee Frsnoisco. The New York polios think they bare Jaek tbs Hipper. Assessor Wallses returned from Cali fornia last Saturday. Surveyor General Jones arrived hers lest Thursday evening. J. L. Feet and family, of Palisade, visited here last Sunday. Eugene Howell, of Hellgmen, has been in town several days this week. Mioing stocks have been strong and week by torns during tbe week. Hon. Tbeo. Winters bee recovered from la grippe end gone to Cslifornis. II. Sadler it beck from an inspection of bis stage routes to tbe southward. Tbs bouse of John Hunter and Cha*. Gorden at Cortex burned reoently. Sheepmen generally report a luoky lambing season with but law loaaaa. Judge Cheney and family left last Wed nesday for their new home at Beno. Tbe ireatber is again glorious, such ax ia never seen elsewhere except in Nevada. Tbe Salt I.ako Tribune predicts that Deep Creek will be a second Lesdville. Miss Maud Wells, formerly of Eureka, has gone to OaklsDd, Cel., to spend tbs Hammer. It is reported st Butte, Mont., tbst tbe Auecoode mine be* been sold to tbe Bolbsebilds. ■on. They art limited to one year from dale of laeue. General Clark and a Harreyor went np to Ibe minaa of General John E. Joaea on Proapaot Mountain on Thnredey. Tbaae era Iba minaa between wbicb and tha Proapeet Mountain Tnnnal there ia tome talk of a oooflkt and a poeaibla saaa al law. Tbe Jay Gonld iyar epeclel trareled from Omaha to Chicago, lira hundred milaa, la9 hoare and 46 mioutec Tha grealeat apnrt of apaad waa al the rata of 102 milea an bonr. Thia la tha faateet lima arar made on Iba American conti nent. Morria Joaaph returned from hie official riait to Idaho daring tbe week Ha went up there in oonneotlon with the Oorern menteeoanaaa relating to tbe mioeral output. He did tbe aama work here gad ao well that the Gorernment rent him to enpcrrlac tha work in other fltlde. To morrow at tha Catholio Church there will be maaa and aarmon at 8 o'clock a. ■. for tha oonrenianceof oommnnloaota, tbe Eaater lima drawing near to ita oloaa. Maaa and aarmon al 11 o’elook a. and Punday ecbool Immediately after. Eren ing aerrloa at 7:16. Next Thnraday, May 7, Aeoenaion Day, tbe maaa of obligation will be at 8 o'clock a. w. rota * iiir Tim, The Reno Gasette give* the cattle men of Nevada this pointer: Form a beef trust. There are sugar trusts, coal oil trusts, flour trusts, iron and steel trusts, and, in fact, most every thing we consume is doled out to us by the hand of a trust, and why should Nevada beef go begging when a trust would force coast buyers to pay a liv ing price for the article? What is sauce for the goose should be sauce for tlie gander. If the beef producers of this State would combine they would be an important factor in regulating the price of cattle, and why not take advantage of it? It would put a stop to Han Francisco butchers coming up here every year and putting a price on Nevada’s chief product and by mis representation coerce feeders to sell at ruinous prices. If taken in time and intelligently managed, cattlemen will realize fully one cent per ponnd more for their products than can he secured in any other way. Our advice to Ne vada cattlemen is to get in, form a trust and get some of the pie as it is being passed around. If we must pay trust prices for everything we consume, why not get trust prices for what we have to sell ? TUB BEBV ( IBBH COl'ITBT. That Part Wklrh UM la Whit* rike rmaly. Thk Deep Creek oonntry, Jut bow, •eeme to be tbe ell-abeorbiaf topic in Salt Lake city. The Tribune of the 17th •ay* that erery freeb arrival from there add* a new latere*! ia tbe oonntry and everybody aeema eager to beer the lateet new* from that aaw Eldorado. A Tribune reporter aielwitb aeveral men Juat la from aome of tbe districts, and they each gare enoonragfng reporta, aome of wbieh were •ran better than any heretofore given. baulk Burner. John Tippett, recorder of Eagle mining dlatrict, in the Deep Creek oountry, ar rived in the city yeaterday. The diatrioi ia aome twenty-five or thirty mile* aolbweat of the Deep Creek atation, hence it ia in White Pine county, Nevada, and embraoee Ert of Eagle range, or Kern mountain*. r. Tippett baa lived there for tbe paat •even year*, all of which time be hm been proepeoting, working on bia nameroua olaima and taking out enough ora to keep bim and wbat help be hired. He baa •hipped moetly from bia Harriaon mine, located in granite, having a rain three to aix feet wide and producing ore that went 300 to 500 ounoea ailrer, with very little lead or copper. He ran a tunnel on the rein 100 feet, in ore all the way exoept tone ten or fifteen feel. On bia Anna he hae a abaft down alxty feet and baa taken 100 tona of ore out of tbe mine which went 500 to 600 ounoea in ailrer. The rein la five to aix feet wide, one-half being rich, while tbe olbar it aecond olaea, but with a mill would pay pretty well to work. It la oblorlde ore, and hence cannnot be concentrated without great loee. Tbe Paymaster produced ore up to 160 ounoea ailrar, 35 per cent lead and oarriea aome iron. Thla rein la ten or twelve feet wide and hae been opened but little. The Exohange ia a new atrike of three feet ore, whioh rnna well in ailrer and aome oopper. Then there ia tbe Bell whieb sample* 15 ounce* ailrer. Bnt few peraona are in Eagle aa yet, probably twenty ia all, who are proepeoting on their olaima. The Mint ia another one of Mr. Tippett’a properties, fourteen mile* weal of Eagle in Pleasant Valley, and it aamplee 65 to 150 ouncaa in silver. WHITE PI MB WVItl IT SHE. IUM of laMrwl from lira Whit* Fla* B*w**l April as. After • long and tedious Winter tbe weather has cleared op during the past week and we hare been haring delightful Spring weather. Archie Beaton, who has been orer at Hamilton for a month or more, looking after tbe affairs of the late Dr. Herrick, has had a hard tnssel with the grippe, and is scarcely "out of the woods ” yet. SEW TO-PAT. ffHITE BODSSiY 60QDS^CL0T1IMG LMM. Spring and Summer Stock Hu arrived, and solicit a call from all. THE NEW AND PRETTY DESIGNS OF SAMS, CHALL1ES, WASH SOBAHS, ETC, ETC. Hare been •elected with great care, ao that everybody can find some thing to their taste New Goods Will Be Received Daily From East ern And Western Markets. WE MAKE SPECIAL MENTION OF AE ELKO ANT LINE OF BogHsh Flanneletta, Scotch Zeohyra, Knock-About Suitings, Raven Blaok Organdies, Ginghams, Tennis Flannel, White.Goods, Etc., Etc. Our line of Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Ladies’ and Children’s Muslin Wear and Blouses is the largest in the market We have In stock the nicest line of Ladies, Misses and Children’s 8hoes in the Market. Steptoe Valley ranchers have com menced plowing, preparatory to put ting in their crops. As the ground is thoroughly saturated, all kinds of vegetation ought to get a good start without irrigation. We are pleased to see Ross Hum phrey on the street again. Between pneumonia and the grippe Ross has been having a rough time of it for the past two months. He is still quite weak and it will require some time for him to regain his lost strength. It is about time for the vanguard of “Old Prospector’s” 3,000 men that will be “ at work in the mines of this county by the 1st of May ” to be put ting in their appearance. Perhaps they are waiting for the Air Line rail road and will scoop down upon us “all to once” within the next six days. We learn that A. R. Watson has received a letter from the Montana parties who are negotiating for the Joanna group of mines, and they say they will be back here by the first of May. On their return they will find the Joanna looking much better than when they left, as the lessees have since developed a fine body of ore. R. Sadler of Eureka, and proprietor of the Nevada Stage and Transporta tion Company, came in from Eureka Wednesday evening, and after tarry ing here over night went on to Taylor. Mr. Sadler has given this section the best mail service during the past Winter we have ever had. He re ports times the dullest ever known in Eureka. Dime City, lotiui. The forces of good and evil have a free fight in Butte. There is no sneak ing wickedness.no blinds or back doors. Plate glass doors, and large at that, open to faro tables and sumptuous bars flashing under a blaze o( light, and over the doors are signs with large bold letters required by law to be so many inches long, and costing heavy license fees. To obviate jost ling in the gambling saloons there must be a front door of egress as well ingress, and the interminable crowd is continually surging in and out. Money is abundant and fluid; the pay-roll of the numerous mines and other works amounts to over half a million dollars, which is being disbursed and spent every day. Wages are high. The labor union will not allow even the humblest laborer to take less than ttiree dollars per day. The money has to be spent, and there are multi tudes of single men to attend it. The stores are filled with all the latest novelties and whatever is finest and costliest. You can take your choice of the spacious first-class restaurants, some of them quite like the Vienna or Dresden. __ Advseaey of David T, Day. Mr. David T. Day, who for years has had charge of the division of min ing statistics of the United (States (ieological Survey, and who, in recog nition of his services, was placed in charge of the mines and mining divis ion of the eleventh census, is receiv ing general indorsement of the press for the charge of the mining section of the World’s Columbian Exposition, fn view of this gentleman’s wide ex perience and eminent qualifications we hope the position will be tendered to him, and respectfully suggest that Nevada's Commissioners to the Ex position use every effort to bring about that result. Inquiry About D««p Creek. George Aurthur Kice lias returned from a lew weeks spwt in the East. While he was there the Deep Creek country and other mining districts in Utah began to boom so much that he found himself at a loss when getting into Colorada, to answer the many questions with which he was plied re garding Deep Creek. He visited a number of Colorado mining camps, and found about 25 percent of the men in tending to start for Deep Creek soon, and allot the mining men and many others were talking in favor of Utah. He believes that thousands of Colo rado people will come here, and that this Territory will prosper this year as it never has before.—Halt I>ake Tri bune. Hy« County Sold Mikes. The Belmont Courier says E. A. Hliattuck writes as follows from Montgomery, the new mining district in the southern part of Nye county, of which so much has been said recently: “ We have organized and have every thing in nice running order under the name of Montgomery District. There are about 75 men on the ground and more coming every day. We have the finest prospects for a boom I have ever witnessed, the beauty of the thing being in the richness of our line gold deposits, and ttie extent of ledges." Mrs- Joseph Winzell left lest Monday lot her ranob, where she will spend most vf the Hammer. Miss Anthony wants girls to study law ao they may oondaot their own dirorse salts in emergencies. Tbe aattle interest ia looking op nicely in Nevada. Good price* are assured In tbo immediate future. 11. M. Peters who bad been her* for some time on mining business, returned to Hamilton yesterday. Wool Is said to be worth 19 oents a pound in Eureka. The sheepmen are the bonanza kings Ibis year. Judd lliddle, foreman uf tbe E. A P. B. It. Company'! bay ranob, oame up to at tend cburob laal Monday. Diok Hylaod left for hia lleno home on Wednesday. He bad an enjoyable visit among bis old friends hare. Thus. E. Haley, wbo baa been oonfined to hi* bed since relnrning from Salt Lake a week ago, will eoon be ont. Oenerai Clark inspected tbe Chain man mine of Lyons A McGill while at Ely. He says it la a great properly. lilancbe Kelly, ao old realdent of Walls, Elko oounty, has beau committed to the Asylum for tbe Ineane at lleno. Ground was broken laal Monday (or the Grant monument at New York. The ocremonie* were very elaborate. General R. M. Clark returned Tburedsy morning from Ely. Tbe water litigation orer there baa been compromised. Tbe New York Sun propoees to ereot a naw steel building fitly feet squat* and tbirty-fonr stories or 150 feel bigb. Lander county asks the Governor for guns, to be placed in charge of the Sher iff, for us* in case of Indian outbreaks. Mr. Cassidy haa bondtd from tbt Han Franoisco owners tbe El Dorado mine with a working privilege for on* year. P. N. Hanseu and Geo. W. Cassidy have taken a lease of the Eureka Tunnel. A bond of the property ia alao included. Found — A black carpet eack waa found on tbe a treat last Tuesday morning. Tbe owner can get It by calling at B. Hadlor's atore. The Central Nevadan is informed by miner* from Cortez that the Cortez min ing oamp is no plaoe for miners to seek work. 8k. J»me» Cburcb, tier. w. n. x. Hougbton will officiate and preach at both morning and evening services to morrow. Bights of way have been secured for the Utah. Nevada A California Railway, and the officials hope to begin gredlog Ibis Bummer. The parties who have bonded the Joanna mine were expected to reach Ely yester day. It le believed that Ely Is about tak ing an upward start. M. H. Joseph has reoeived an appoint ment of agent for tbe purohase of ore in Eureka Nev., for tbe Hanauer Smelting Company of Salt Lake. One of the widest read oolnmns pub lished Is entitled " Notes for Homely Women." Every woman who takes the paper reads them, so that she oan repeat them to her dearest friend. Several Eureka parties, Assemblyman Fletcher among the number, are talking of a trip to Deep Creek. Tbe distance from here is about 100 miles. What's the matter with the State Capi tol? According to the Tribune the owls have taken possession of it and disturb tbe slumbers of tbe watchman. The Farmers' Alllanoe will have to look after their platform if they care about keeping np their lead. A California man is exhibiting a plank 16 feel wide. Superintendent Read of the Diamond Company, aooompanled by his wife, re turned from Salt Lake City last Tuesday. Mrs. Read will remain until June. The Postmaster General of the United States now has a larger foroe of men un der him than there are In the combined army and navy of the United Statee. Tbe Board of County Commissioners will meet next Monday. Persons having bills against tbe county should present them to-day to County Clerk Harmon. All of the miners of Pioobe who own mining aleims are bard at work opening np their property in anticipation of the boom that will shortly strike the camp. It Is said that J. W. Dorsey is to be as sociated with tbe law firm of Baker and Wines, with Baker residing In San Fran olsoo, Wines in Reno, and Dorsey to Elko. Colonel Robert G. Iogersoll. the great agnostic bos the grippe, and begins to be lieve that the devil, whose existence he denied, has aotually got him by the throat. Morris H. Joseph last Thursday reoeived the tad intelligence of tbe death of bis mother at her borne in Penzance, Corn wall, England at the advanced age of 80 years and 21 days. uaruuni, me great snowman, apeni »s, 000,000 in newspaper advertising in the last twenty years, and died with the prond oonsolousnesa that 85,000,000 ttoket had been sold for bis shows. Eureka has a marrying boom. There are no less than six weddings to take plaee during the week. When yon oan't find anything else to do get married and ran a family.—Reno Qazette. Chloride Sell: It is said that the men already at the Breyfogle mines take ont enough gold from their placer elaims to enable them to pay wages to new arrivals to work in their quartz olaims. A stated oommunloatlcn of Eureka Lodge No. 16. F. A A. M., will be con vened at its ball this (Saturday) evening at 7:80 o'olook. All Master Masons in good standing are oordlally Invited to attend. Lander oonnty baa brought suit in tbs District Court in Elko oonnty against Humboldt oonnty for 89G6 50, alleged to have been expended by Lander In oaring for an Indigent, said to be a reeidenl of Humboldt. The Southern Paoifio Company sell tickets good for 3,000 miles for 375. They are good between all stations from Ogden to El Pa#o, Tews, M»4 (9 ?v(»lmd, Qir The Mrcyfoale. State Surveyor General Jones, who is sojourning in Eureka for a few days has shown us a letter from a friend in the Iieath Valley mining district. The correspondent gives a very flattering account of the outlook in that region, lie says there are plenty of quartz ledge* carrying both coarse ana fine gold. There is also at a distance of ubout three miles a group of promising silver and lead mines, lie thinks the camp lias a good future but says too little work has been done to tell defi nitely about it. _ Two a>d(ll*|«. A. E. Kaye, one of our old citizens, and Miss Maggie Olsen, a popular young lady, were married .on Sunday evening last at the residence of the parents of the bride. Mr. Kaye re membered the Sentinel with Mould refreshments, which were disposed of iu drinking to the health of the newly wedded. On Tuesday evening Mr. J. E. Falconer, of Cortez, and Miss Ada Manheim of Eureka, were made one. Both couples start life with the good wishes of the community. A Freak. Joe Tognini, of Ruby Valley, has a cow that, a month ago gave birth to a calf with two heads. In taking it from its mother the bind legs were cut off; with this exception the freak was per fect. One head was smaller and neck shorter than the other. The propor tions of the calf in all other respects were perfectly natural. The Besh, bones, etc., were removed and the skin stuffed. In this condition it may at present be seen at Gabriel Zanoli’s saloon on Main street. gsll* Likely. The Eureka Sentinel says: “ There is a rumor in town that Geo. W. Baker and family are to leave Reno for San Francisco to reside perma nently.” It is more than likely that by the 1st of Semptember Mr. Baker will shake the Nevada dust from his shoes and take up a residence in the Bay city. J. L. Wines, however, will re main in Reno and has no intention of leaving the sagebrush State.—Reno Gazette. Railroad Co mm 1 winner*. A special train passed west Satur day evening carrying the Pacific Railroad Commissioners. Three or fonr individuals that are either too high toned to get out and look at a village as they pass through else are too lazy. They have a good fat take. They draw a handsome salary for doing nothing but drinking fine wines at the expense of the railroad com pany, and dress and feed well at the expense of the taxpayers. — Silver State. To the Tobacco Trade. Internal Revenue Collector Reid ia officially informed that all social taxes heretofore required from dealers in and manufacturers of tobacco and cigars are repealed on and after May 1, 1891. The fiscal year has been changed from May 1 to July 1, and all persons liable who have paid special tax for the period ending April 30, 1891, can have their stamps extended for May and June, 1891, by the pay ment of one-sixth of the rate for the year. Mot Is Nevada. We want to impress upon our read ers, says the Salt I-ake Journal, the fact that Dugway, Fish Springs and Clifton Mining I>istricts, over which there is just now so much excitement, are located in Tooele and Juab coun ties, Utah, and not in Nevada as some suppose, Wallace Wasn't In It. That our readers may be satisfied the patriotic C. C. Wallace had no hand in Bhaping the legislation of the Fifteenth Session of the Nevada Legis lature, as has been frequently asserted, we herewith give the names of the in corporators of the proposed Carlin and Boise railroad: George T. Mills, F. B. Allen, C. W. Hinchcliffe, Alfred Helm, A. M. Ardry, G. W. Baker, J. W. Holbrook, C. II. Galusha, A. C. Cleveland and C. C. Wallace. From which it will be readily seen that Wallace wasn’t in it (?) “ What fools we mortals be!’’—Elko Independent. _ Chun l*i » nennanl. Venus during April will travel rap idly towards the sun. Her business is doubtless quite urgent, as she rises each morning two hours ahead of the Bun and, making a hasty toilet, pro ceed* on her jocund way. As she ap proaches the superior conjunction she at the same time recedes from the earth, but would probably do this any how on account of the prevalence of the grip. It may be noted, too, that Jupiter is also leaving the earth at a high rate of speed and traveling di rectly in the path of Venus, a circum stance which has not escaped the gos sips.—Virginia Chronicle. DtltfaiH Appointed. Governor Colcord has designated the following gentlemen to represent Nevada at the Trans-Mississippi Com mercial Congress, to assemble at Denver on May 19th: R. Ryland, of Washoe county; 8. A. Kinsey, of Douglas; J. P. Woodbury, of Ormsby; S. Wenban, of Eureka; J. A. Blossom, of Lander; Chris. Zabriskie, of Es meralda; G. H. A. Mason, of Lyon; John 8. May high, of Elko; Alex Wise, of Humboldt; A. 0. Cleveland, of White Pine; Ed. Willet.of Ltncoln; T. J. Bell, of Nye; Warren W. Wil liams, of Churchill; E. Strother, of Storey. _ Deep Creek, The Salt Lake Tribune of last Tues has the following: Seven outfits were reported as having left the city yester day beaded for the Deep Creek country, and the cry is that still more are preparing to go. News comes from every direction of men headed for this city destined for Deep Creek. A man came in from Deep Creek and had an assay made yesterday which showed over 1800 ounces sil ver. It was a sulphide of copper ore and came from Eagle district and from a strike made there only a few days ago. __ Aw Ex-Contlel. The Chronicle of last evening says: Among the papers found in the cabin of Luggi Budaracco, a woodchopper, who was found dead in his cabin at a wood camp in Cory Canyon, near Hawthorne last Friday, was a pardon from the State Prison. He was sent from Lander county in 1874 to the State Prison for life for the murder in the second degree. In July, 1880, he was pardoned by Governor Adams, Justice Belknap and Attorney General Davenport. The New Spring SljlM. Messrs. Tonkin A Cahen announce in to-day’s Skmtinkl that they are now in receipt of large stocks of clothing and dry goods, carpets and wall paper; also, a due line of gentlemen’s furnish ing goods, all of the latest styles. All their goods arc bright, new and fresh, and they invite the public to examine them and learn the prices at which they are selling. Poaebo, the Plata Pilot. Keno Journal: Poncho, the Piute Indian who piloted General Fremont across the Sierra Nevadas, died at the Pyramid Reservation recently. Poncho was a Mexican war veteran, and had a bronze medal fuoushed by the Gov ernment, with hit name inscribed on the same, and which he wore on State occasions. He served under General Fremont in California in 1848-7, and when peace was declared between the two republics he returned to his na tive haunts in the sagebrush. ■hMii Kansas. The deplorable condition of ag riculturists in western Kansas is thus described in the American Cultivator: “ Hundreds of thousands of acres of farm land in western Kansas have been abandoned for arable purposes. The lands in that part of the State have been mortgaged to their full ex tent by th$ settlers, and the continued droughts have caused an exodus from there that the mortgage companies are finding themselves with thousands of acres on their hands, which they can do nothing with in the way of selling or renting. It is understood that foreclosure sales of mortgaged land amounting to over a million acres have been ordered in the western tier of counties, and as all this land lies together, it is to be rented to the cattlemen, or else the financial com panies will use the range themselves and form a cattle syndicate. What was once supposed to be valuable land for corn, oats and potatoes, proves to bo unfit for settlers, and is to be abandoned to herds of cattle and cow boy rule. Western Kansas is the graveyard of many an Eastern farmer’s hopes, and many a dollar invested by the Eastern capitalist who was hunt ing for a high rate of interest regard less of security.” _ ( oufllrllni BeparM from Brtjloilo, The Candelaria Chloride Belt of April 25, says: “ Sheriff Bob Stewart came in from State Line to-day. He informs ns that L. J. llanchett re turned from Breyfogle the early part of the week and is enthusiastic over the new discoveries. He will at once remove the Stewart mill, three miles from Lida, to the scene of the new discoveries. Mr. Hanchett will return to Breyfogle the coming week. Now for the other side. Hank Ma lone and S. B. Fuller of Tule Convon, also returned They report the new i ve been grossly exaggerated and declares at pres ent there is nothing to induce the rush. However, as there is mineral all over the country, they concede that some of the numerous prospectors are liable to make important discoveries.” ' • The Salt Lake Tribune of Thursday says: The Deep Creek Stage Com pany will add eighteen more horses to their outfit, also two big Concord coaches. They sent out yesterday to Dugway five loads of hay, two loads of oats and two of groceries. Hay laid down there costs $32 per ton, oats fivo cents per pound and water five cents per gallon. People are making a busi ness of hauling in water from Deep Creek. There is a waterless stretch of thirty-five miles east of Dugway, and another one west of Dugway. A Bleb Fraud. A woman with a monkey, a hand organ and a husband, is making the rounds of interior towns imposing on charitable people. She pays taxes on $20,000 worth of property in San Fran cisco, and has such a love for money that she travels all over the State, anil with the assistance of the hand-organ and her monkey, gathers in from $10 to $20 a day.—Truckee Republican. Insane Womau. The Elko Independent of Thursday says: Constable J. B. Hall and R. P. Hamill came down from Wells to-day having in charge Blanche Kelly, an old resident of the town, who is sup posed to be insane. She was wander ing the streets, unconcernedly and aimlessly, in an entire nude condition. Oa ward to Deep Creek. The Salt Lake Tribune of Saturday says: Onward to Deep Creek ie the cry in every direction, and lota of men are falling into ‘line and heading for that country. People are going out there after mines and also to look for other classes of business. PoatoHe Variety Stare. dust arrived, at the Postoffice Variety Store, a full assortment of French garden and flower seeds. The choicest of bird seed feather dusters, tissue paper dusten wood tooth picks, ladies work baskets, picture frames, fine stationery, cutlery, meerschaum goods, pipes, tobacco, imported and domestic cigars, cigarettes and all the novelties of the season always in stock _ * Baals t Baals! Way below cost. Genuine Terrell tap soles for $3 per pair, at McCon nell’s, one door south of Stowelt’s drug store. * W. H. Hlewell. Druggist and assayer. No. 3 Main street, Eureka, Nevada. I BREWERIES AND SALOONS. EUREKA. BREWERY Corner of Main and Olark Streets, QHARLEY LAUTENSCHLAQER, - - Prop’r .BBEW8 THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Has the Finest Barroom in Eastern Nevada, and keeps on hand the Best brands of WINES, LIQUORS* CIGARS To be found in any market. Eureka. August 19,1887. an20-tf Sen Francisco Browory, FRED M. HEITMAN k MRI. H. MAR, MIN'S SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a gen eral assortment of fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO. ::::::::: Bj the wholesale and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all the latest newspapers may be found Also, s fine Monaroh BILLIARD TABLE. 03FLUNCH served at all hoars. H. MAU k CO Eureka. November 1,1887. BANK EXCHANGE SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, One door loath of Walla, Forgo A Co. ‘I odld. The Bur of till papular retort will alwaya be atockad with tha halt of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, —AND— LAUTENSCHLAQER'S CELEBRATED BEER. FINE BILLIARD AND MOL ROOM. dSO MARK TERRIL. Proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. TOo Ma My M Himhhi to Pox too k Oo.) Capital Stock, i 8100,000 WILL BUT AND BELL EXOHANQE ON Ban Francisco, Haw York, London and lbs prtnoipsi Ess tarn and European 01 ties. Directorat M. D. FOLBY. DANIEL MFYBB, B. K. MOBBISON, B. OILMAN. JOHN TOBKE. B. OILMAN.Preaidant R K. MOBBISON... Vice President MORITZ 8CHEELINE.Cashier Mining nnd Other Stocks Bought end Sold ob Commission. Eureka. March 8,1890. mh .11 Little’s Chemical Fluid. NON POISONOUS, SHEEP DIP. One Gallon, mixed with (10 gallons of cola water will dip thoroughly 1*0 sheep, at a coat of one cent each. Easily applied; a noorisher of Wool; a certain core for SCAB. Also LITTLE S PATENT POWDER DIP. (Poisonous.) Mixes instantly with water. Prevents the file from striking. In a 2-pound package there Is sufficient to dip 20 sheep, and in a 7-pound package there is sufficient to dip 100 sheep. CATTON, BELLA Co Snceeoonto Falkatr, Bell i Co., No. 406 California street, San Fra&olsco . Cal fornia. mbit S20 REWARD. CIOME TIME AGO A DARK IRON GRAY k3 horae branded *• 20 " on the left shoulder, eetrayed from my premises at Pine Station. Eu reka county, Nevada. The brand Is not very plain. The horae weighs about 1,200 pounds. A reward of $20 will be paid to any one who will return said hoise to me at Alpha. Eureka. April 7. 1821. B. RAl ro. el 11m* PETER BREEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. UrKICK-ltlHTKIC'T ATTOMNBY'M orrirK. coibthoi’ii, foB-tl* Conk*. »«T. In conclusion, ws csll your attention to out immense stock of Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper & Window Shades WHICH WE wax CONTINUE TO SELL AT UNUSUAL LOW FBI0E8. MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING. The best selected stock of custom made Dress, Business, Youth, Boys and school suits. The latest styles of Men and Boys Hats. Furnishing Goods, Blankets, Trunks and Valises, all of which will be sold at Low Water Mark. We extend a cordial invitation to all to see our display of goods. Respectfully, M. KAR8KY, Proprietor. Country order* will be promptly Attended to. THE GREATEST OFFER KHO WN Having purchased an immense stock of goods at a great bar gain, to be paid for in a short time, and in order to raise the cash we offer this great inducement, and remember that it will be for a limited time only. To each customer we present a ticket, and when you make a purchase of us, have the amount of your purchase punched in the card. When you have purchased $20 worth of goods for cash you will be presented with an Elegant Enlarged Portrait, fur nished in Pastel water color or crayon, of yourself, relatives or friends, which, with the frame, is worth $12 60—the frame to be paid for in installments. If you wish, on every $5 worth of goods purchased, you pay $1 25 on the frame, and have the amount punched on the corner of the ticket. The work is executed by the well known firm of F. 0. Baxter and Company, Ban Fran cisco, and all work is guaranteed. A complete portrait and frame is now on exhibition at our store. M, KAR8KY. Remington,JohnsonACo. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In HARDWARE, GROCERIES, -A I D Mining Supplies of all Kinds. cm Aim euiihe poods t pern beam porcbasihb elsewhere THE SILVER MILLENIUM It las Co to Fass at Last! Silver le 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 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, Ladies’, Gents’ 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 uce. 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 will 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. Furaka, Aug. 80,1890. Dissolution. The copartnership heretofore ex iatlng oe tween Messrs. Bremenkampf k Kegli, in the brewery and saloon business, has been dissolved by mutual consent of the par ties. The business will be continued by F. J. Bramenkampt, who will collect all moneys due the late firm, and pay all debts owing by them. F J. BREMENKAMPF, J. M. REG LI. Eureka. Nor. 25, IS'JQ. sft9-la Annual Meeting. r»HIK PTOCEHOU'ELS OF THE ATLANTIC 1 and Paid lie Tunnel Company will beet at the office of the company, in Eureka. Nevada, on Friday, the 27th day of March, UW1, for the port** a# of elect'.ug Trustees, and teg the transect ton of such other business as may coo e b« fore tbe meeting. By order of B. 8AHLSB, President. Luicka, Nevada, Fob. X. 1991. (21-td