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lUtton of Lively Intoroot to tho Qonorol Koador. Don't fell to get regie lered Kiee Ketie Beaft. of Loo Aegelee, ie Tieitieo here. George B Sanford, of Pelleede, wee in town thie week. Senator Blewert relerned from Waahlng toa leel Tueedey. Artificial teeth for horeee ie oee of the laleet inrentione. Thoe. B. Jewell, of Pelleede. wee In town during the week. The leteel New York quotation for ellrer wee AS «: lead, 14 05. Q.'e communication wee reoelred too lele for publication tble week. Berrieoo. Olerelend, Beld end 8ber meo ere ell Preebylerlene. Kiee Minnie Sedler left Wedneedey to attend eobool in California. Waller Tonkin ehlpped three tone of hidee by railroad leet month. Mr and Mre. Fred Loeehenkoh), of Pelleede, rieiled here thie week. Tbe ueuel religion! eerrioee will be beld In 8l. Jamee' oburch to-morrow. Oeoeral Weerer ie billed to epeek nine time! lo California in three deye. The ueuel religioue aerrleee will be held el the Oelhollo Cburoh to-morrow. Mre. Leeee, tbe “oyolone orator of Knneee." la with the Weerer parly. * In the Alabama election laet Monday tbe Demoorata bed e majority of 60.000. There were 87.406 PoetofBeee In the United Htatee July 1, en lucreeec of 1.776 in the leet year. Mr. end Mre. Harry McTerney returned home laet Saturday from a two weeke rieit at the Bey. HU* Elbel Ttncley he* bean raryde* ■t Dnokweler, where *be if now redding with ber parent*. Mia* Alio* Mllebell. wbo murdered ber aweatbeart, Frada Ward, ba* b**n aent to an inaao* aaylum. Dr J H. Baeoeand Mre. J.L. Faat. hi* daughter, left by Monday’* train lor Ban Freoalaco. tlaolly Btawart, foramen of Iba Dean Jianob, eat hare tbl* weak In attandanoa on tba Dlatriot Court. Mr*. M. D. Foley, who baa bean rialllng bar pareate bare, raturnad to bar llano bam* laat Wednesday. Tba Mint appropriation being 115,000 abort tbia year, tan more men will ba dropped from tba pay roll. Barab Allbea Tarry (panda much of ber lima In writing leitere to baraalf and algn lag rarioua namaa to tbam. Tba waatbar tbia waek baa been unuau ally warm for tbia locality, Iba thermom eter baring ranged about SKI dagreaa. Tbia aaaaon tba E. A P. R. R. Ocmpaoy bare oot from their bey renob 1,200 tone, and tba Dean ranch baa ant 1,000 Iona. It will baaaan by adrertiaamanta that tba County Commiaalooera hare appointed all tba Regie try Aganta for tbia county. Tba attention of wood dealer* ia eallad to an adrartiaamenl of Iba County Com miaalonara under tba bead of "Maw To day.’” Edward A. Church, who waa at Seligman during the moat aotlra daya of that camp, ia expected hare vary abortly from New Tork. Mr. B. 0. Chamber*, one of tba largaal atookboldera in tba Diaaaond Company, arrived bare Tbnraday and want np lo tba mine. Miaa Mary Cbappelle, wbo baa been viailing reialivee and frianda In the Keel for nearly a year, returned borne laal Sat urday. Tba lad tea of the Kptecopel Obnreb guild intend giving a eootal eoterteinaeanl at tba Opera Uonaa on Wadnaaday even ing. Auguat 17. A oorreependent aaka: "What are pre ferred creditore?” Wall, the creditor we prefer ia one wbo never dune ua for what na are owing hint. Vacation ia here. The email boy ia turned looee and tba pobllo fully raalixaa that a eebool taaobar earne bar a alary.— Waehtogion Star. Father Kennedy, of tba Oatbolte Gburab, wbo baa bean vialllog In While Pina county for two or three waeka, returned home a few daya ago. Manager Quiok atataa that Iba namaa of ulna hundred people la Waatarn Nevada are rag lata red lo ala axouralona to attend Iba World'a Fair in '83. Mice Oraeia Jackeon, wbo baa bean epending bar vaoelion bare with bar par aula, returned Wadnaaday to tba Moira Lama aebool in Oakland. Hon. M. I. Farrell, for many yaara of Auatio, declarer that be baa Joined the Third party and will write, work, apeak and vole tor the Silver tioket. Tbe Biebmood Mining Company alaaoed ■p and ahipped laal month thirteen tone of allver-lead bullion and thirteen Iona of market land—all paat produot. Mr. and Mra. William Spinner, of Pali aade, ware In town aavaral daya tbla weak Mr. Spinner la of tba opinion that Eureka ia not any dollar than Pallaade. 8. 0. Wright, Superintendent of the Mint, died at Caraon laal Monday. Ha had bean ill for coma lima. Deoeaaed waa one of tba leading oillaana of Caraon. Mra. Minnie Bobmlta reqoeele na to re turn bar moat etnoere thank* to all tboaa wbo ahowad ao mnob klndnaaa to her dur ing Iba lata illnaaa of bar bnaband. General Weaver did not arrive at Bano on Wadnaaday nntli 1I;30 o'olook r. n , when be addreeaad a largeaaaemblaga, not wtthelaadlng tbe lateneaa of tbe hour. E. Strother of Virginia would Ilka to ha Superintendent of tbe Mint, bot it ia mere than likely that the plaoe will go to T. B. Hofer of Caraon.—Iteno Journal. It will be teen by advertieemeol in an other ootumn tbal Mr. K. Blooh, watch maker and Jeweler from Winnamoooa. will looata bare permanently and aollolla a abare of the public patronage. A Bo*too tourlal, returning from Lake Tahoe, apeaklog of one of the emlnenoe* near that ahaal af water, aaid: "Tbe road waa loo a leap and rooky for avan a donkey to olimb, ao I didn’t attempt it." Mra. M. D. Foley, whila here a few daya ago. requested tbe Sxntinii. to annouooe to tba ladle* of tbia oounty that anything “V **»’• for exhibition at tbe State Fair to forward it to tba Beno Pavilion. A elated communication of Eureka Lodn No. IS, F A A. M„ will be con vened at ite Hall tbla (Saturday) evening At 7 o’olook. All Maxtor Maaoua in good atanding are cordially invited to at tend. Robert Jenkia*. * former cttiien of tble plaoe, wee foand deed bj eome Indian* e few day* ego on tbe road between the Butte* end Daokweter, in Nye ooanty. From appearance* be bed been deed »ev •ral dey*. Johnnie Hill we* made heppy * tew dey* ago by tbe arrirel of a young Ml** *t hi* bom*. W* think Johnnie would her* been mnob happier bed tb* little atranger been * boy, a* he bad a little girl when tbe leal on* came. Gabriel Morgantial met with an na Slea*ant aooldent laat Sunday, baring been thrown out of hi* buggy while driv ing bom* with hi* daughter* from tb* Diamond mine. HI* feo* we* badly Waited, bat beyond that, we are pleated to Btete, bo farther damage we* done. Tb* DUtrlot Court he* been la (eeeton all tb* week, and a* a ooaaeqneno* onr etreete at time* bar* been orowded with litigant* tad Jurymen, and the town gea erally be* bad a bnay appearance. It Boeld be a Oodeend to the the town if tb* Diatriat Court ooold be in Meeion all tb* tim*. II ia very important that every man la to* Btete who U ia favor of tb* allver Movement ibonld out hie vote la Nov** bar for Wren, Boooiflrld aad Powniog, Iba electoral candidates oo the ill Ter ticket. The registry lisle are now open Ibrooghoot the oonoty. Bee that oo time la lost lo getting yoar oamee registered The triennial coaelare, Knights Templar, commencing at Denser, Colo., on the 9ib proa., hare encored round trip eiooreioo rates from Palisade to Deorer aad retoro for >40 45. These ticket* will be on sale la Palisade oa the 4lh, 6th and Sth pro*.; good only for oootionoos trip by trains tearing Palisade Bepl. 4th, Sth or 6lh, aa the oeae may be. Tbe retoro portion of tbe ticket will be rold after Bepl. 10 nail. ____________ MHIMII. t'KHal'I. Aooordlng to the rerlaed enumeration of the oenaua of Ennki Bohool I)i*trick there wore in the diotriol May 1, 1893, aa followa: Number of boy* between 8 and 18 yearaof age, 173. Number of girl* between C and 18 year* of age, 188. Total number of oblldren between 6 and 18 year* of age, 340. Number of ohildran under 6 year* of aga. 94. Number of oblldren between 18 and 31 year* of age, 9. Number of oblldren between 4 and 6 yeara of age, 15. Total number of oblldren reported a* attending publio acbool, 374. Total number of children reported aa attending prirata eobool. 4. Number of oblUran between 6 and 18 yaara not attending any acbool, 58. Number of ohildran between 8 and 14 year* of age attending publio acbool, 134. Number of obildren between 8 and 14 year* of ag* attending prirata aobool, 3. Number of oblldren between 8 and 14 yeara of age not attending any aobool, 7. Number of white children under 31 year* ;of ag* in Eureka Bohool Dlatrlct. 454. Number ol Mongolian obildren under 21 jeers of ege, 2. Number of negro obildren under 21 jeers of ege, 4. Number of obildren under 21 jeer* of ege born In Nevada, 875. Number of obildren under 21 jeers of ege born in other Hie tee or Territories, 60. Number of children under 21 jeers of ege born in foreign countries. 18. Total number of children under 21 jeers of ege in Eureka School District, 459. __ THE NEW HA 11. ESS A It. A look Noon U Be ■■iarrsl oss tbe market. The stock subscription papers of the San Francisco amt Great Salt Lake railway will be out in a very short time now, and the projectors of the road expect a large and hearty sub scription. The stock will not be ready to be subscribed to within a week, however, as has been stated, (or the papers cannot be ready for eight or ten days now, and after that some days will be occupied, of course, in getting the books out. “We cannot say exactly when the papers will be ready,” said Daniel Xleyer of the Board ol Directors to the Han Francisco Report Wednesday, “fiecatise several things will have to be ready for consideration before the |>apera are placed before the public. Thu San Francisco and tireat Salt Hake railway is an enterprise abso lutely independent not only of the Southern Pacific, but also of all other roads. It is a new project in which railway wreckers and real estate “boomers'1 have no share. As the members of the Board of Directors in themselves represent at the very low est calculation $10,000,000 ol capital, with an influence on other capital worth $50,000,000, there is no doubt ol the financial standing of the project. The MrUarr? Trial. In the District Court, in the case of the State vs. M. McGarrv, charged with the murder of P. W. Eoflf, of I'ros|>ect Mountain, on the 23d of June last, came on for trial last Mon day, and after considerable skirmish ing a jury was obtained Wednesday morning, when the trial commenced with the following jurymen, vis: Charles Allen, W. D. Stewart, Jona than Walker, Thomas Beckerleg, J. M. North, Charles Pratt, Augus Mor rison, William Fagan, S. II. Wheeler, John R. Berryman, J. L. Thompson and Steve Sbeckels. The trial lasted until Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock, when the case was given to the jury, who, after being out a short time, re turned a verdict of not guilty. The jurv took four ballots. The first stood eight for acauittal and four for mur der in the first degree. The fourth ballot was unanimous for acquittal. The attorneys in the case were: Thomas Wren and F. X. Murphy for the defense, and District Attorney Breen for the State. Cories Ilonas. F. B. Libby baa been notified by the Pension Bureau at Washington that lie is entitled to back pay amount ing to several hundred dollars; also, that from Jan. 1, 1802, he will draw a pension of fl7 a month. Mr. I.ibbv’a friends throughout the county will be glad to hear of his good luck. Cortez is to have a Poet office, with VV. W. Christian as Postmaster. W. 1). Stewart has got the contract for carrying the mail between Cortez and Beowawe. Public Iconony. In order to meet the $15,000 reduc tion in the Mint appropriation, ten pe .pie h»d to be drafted. The ax fell on the following: Thomas Styles, of the Assay Oftice; J. Burlingame and Charles Starratt, of the Melting Department; K. F. Hall and Thomas Haley, of the General Department; Robert Mudd and Mr. Bailey, of the Coiner’s Department; Miss Josie Barnes and Mrs. Daniher, o( the Adjusting force; Mrs. O. Thompson, Assistant Seamstress.— Canon Appeal. ■•die Wiped Oat. Bodie, a camp that has had so many ups and downs, has at last been wiped out by fire. It started in a bakery and destroyed the business houses on both sides of Main street. The loss is about $U)0,000, and it is not likely the place will ever be re built. __ The Beeord Broken. Yo Tambien, one of the horses raised by Theodore Winters, lowered the mile and one-sixteenth record, making the distance in 1:451..—half a second (aster than the best previous record, at Washington Bark, Chicago, last week. ■MKiriTi riM. IU XdiHlMM M ■ Winter Hon I* far lk« Mew Rail raws With the railroad through Beckwith Pass the annoyance heretofore inci dent to a Winter trip acroea the Sier ras will bo a thing of the past. Pas sengers will not be unwilling guests at Reno, Colfax or Sacramento, while a rotary snow plow and a small army of men are vainly battling with the snow on the Trnckee route. In 1890, when the Ceotral Pacific was hung up for weeks by a snow blockade, a boxed cowcatcher could have kept the track clear on the Beckwith Pass route. No snowsheils will be necessary, and (■assengprs on the Reck with Pass road can enjoy the magnificent scenery along the whole route and breathe our pure mountain air, instead of being boxed up in sheds, and swallowing the soot from the locomotive. The advantages we have claimed for Beck with Pass as a railway across the Sierras are aliout to be demonstrated, and when it does our veracity, which in that matter has been so frequently questioned, will tlien be vindicated.— Plumas National Bulletin. Nam Davie Jailed. A Carson dispatch of July 28 says: This afternoon the Grand Jury of Ormaby county was called to investi gate tlio charge of malfeasance in office, made by the Appeal, against the county officials. One charge made by the editor of the Appeal waa that the parties obtaining contracts were obliged to pay commission to the county officials. Sam Davis, editor of the Appeal, waa called upon to state the source of the information, but de clined on the ground that it was tbo unwritten law of the profession that confidential communications to editors were held inviolate. He was given until half-past 1 by Judge Kising to reveal the name of the informant and he again refused, whereupon he was ordered to jail until he should decide to reveal his authority. The Sheris' took him into custody. Sam Davis is now out of Jail, L. Stevenson, the party who gave him the information, having come forward and released him from the obligations of secrecy. Stevenson, who was brought belore the Grand Jury and asked to testify regarding tiie commissions demanded by the county officers, declined to tes tify on the ground that it would crim inate himself. I>r. Biber Again Heard From. The now notorious Dr. Biber, who has been by report several times dead and buried, has again been heard from. The Nevada, Cal., Transcript says: A young man arriyed here a few days ago, stopped at the Union Hotel and inquired there: “Where are Dr. Bibcr's diamond mines?’’ He stated that he met Biber in New York, who told him he was the owner of diamond mines in Nevada City, and engaged him to come out and go to work for him. The doctor, in proof of hie assertion, displayed a large lot of diamonds. The young man was to start in advance of the doctor, as the latter had a little business to attend to in Chicago. When the man arrived here he found out that he had been bilked, and has obtained a job on a wood ranch instead of in a diamond mine. * New Brewer. Charley Lautenschlager has se cured the services of a new brewer in the person of Anton Vogt, who comes here very highly recommended from the Philadelphia Brewery of San Francisco. He was born in a brew ery, so to speak. His father was a brewer by trade and owned and ran breweries in Germany, his native country, where the son learned his trade. Young Mr. Vogt has also had six years’ experience in American breweries and thinks ho can brew as fine a beverage as ever passed mortal lips. His first brewing will be ready in about a month from this date, and judging from the intelligent manner In which he explains the manufacture of beer, we expect from him a first class article. Paul Yost, well and fa vorably known in this community, who has had considerable experience in brewing, will be Mr. Vogt’s assist ant. Call a Halt. The peace and dignity of our little city has been outraged on several dif ferent occasions daring the past week, and it is time to call a halt. We would like to know what license two or three residents here have to get on a drunk occasionally and blaspheme all who do not coincide with them on political or other matters. There is a law to punish this foul-mouthed ha rangue and it should be enforced. It is just Buch foul, dirty talk that in creases the mounds in this county’s graveyards and furnishes our courts with murder casos.—Idaho Avalanche. A l.inllcrous Scene. Austin Advocate: One of the most ludicrous pictures we have seen for a long time was witnessed last Wednes day evening. Dr. Herdin had been called to see a sick Indian over the hill and returning to town just at sun set, mounted on a sore-backed Indian cayuse, his plug hat sitting at an an gle of 45 degrees, a gold-headed w alk ing cane in one hand and his square toed shoes sticking through the bale rope stirrups, and the cayuse, switch ing its tail and dashing down the mountain side, made the pcoi'le on Main street to gaze in wonder and us tonisment. buch is life in the Far West. A Its Link ku the ( bain. Miss Bessie Caldwell, the simple minded girl living below Gold Hill, the alleged victim o( Henry Collier, who is held to await the action of the Grand Jury on a charge of rape, ves terdsy gave birth to a son. The young mother has been an invalid since birth, having no use of her lower limbs, but the new-born babe is a lively ami healthy youngster. As there is a ipiestion of doubt as to Col lier's guilt, the birth of the child, it is thought, will prove a valuable link in the chain of evidence towards decid ing its paternal ancestor.—Virginia Chronicle. _ _ Death of Sira. Clark. Susan M., wife of R. D. Clark, for merly Superintendent of the Cortei mill, died in Reno last week. De ceased bad suffered from paralysis for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Clark for merly resided at Geddes, in this county. The Gaxette says her funeral was very largely attended by the citi zens of Reno. Bleb lb Blberbl*. The Los Angeles Herald gives a long account ot the researches of W. 8. Barton of that city in the desert re gions of San Bernardino and Inyo counties and Southern Nevada and Utah. To the northeast of Death Valley he found almost every kind of known mineral in the mountains. Gold, silver, copper, nickel, cobalt and zinc were everywhere in paying quantities. The Charleston moun tains contain gold in decomposed quartz, a good deal of it being free milling ore, while some of it is com bined with silver and copper. The ores will run from t20 to )100 to the ton. Among the known mines in this region is the Montgomery mine, which is down 556 feet, and its min eral averages $40 to the ton in gold and silver. The nearest shipping Kint is Fenner, on the Atlantic and cific, which is 155 miles distant. A little way out from Daggett, clear to I’ioche in Northeastern Nevada, the country traversed by Barton was found to consist of mineral belts of unusual value. In the mountains north of Garden Valley there is plenty of timber and the bowels of the earth are filled with minerals. This region contains many patented mines which have to lie idle, like everything else out there, for want of transportation facilities. U the Asylum. A .San Kraneisco dispatch says: Kate Barns, the stepdaughter of a former deputy Sheriff of Virginia City, Nev., named Grant, was ordered committed to the Napa Asylum by the Lunacy Commissioners. Her story as told to the Commissioners is that while a waitress in a hotel at Bodie, Cal., she became acquainted with John W. Kelly, a mining superin tendent, who under the promise of marriage outraged her, and now Bhe is the mother of a child a year and a half old. Her father some time ago encoun tered Kelly, who still bears the mark of Grant's shot. Kelly signed an agreement to pay $50 a month for the support of the child, and also renewed promises of marriage. A short time ago, however, it was learned that Kelly had become a married man. The shock overturned the reason of the young woman, and theCommissioners ordered her sent to the asylum. »• rear. Tourist —If you saw me drop down this horrible precipice you would be terribly upset, would you rot? Guide—Ob! not in the least; vou have paid me in advance, you know. —L'Arlequin. N*w TO-DAI. Registration Notice. Notice la hereby given that the Booka of Registration for the general eleotion to be held November 8, 1892, for the election of Slate, County and Township officers, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. m. to 6 o'clock v. V., nnlil Oolober 10, 1892, and from Oolober 10, 1892, to Oolober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o’clook r. M , in addi tion to tbs hoars heretofore mentioned, at which time tho booka for registration will close at G o'clock r. if. The law re quires naturalized oltizens to exhibit their cerliflcatoa of naturalization at the time they present Ihemselvesfor registration, Okohok Buchanan, J. P., And ea officio Registry Agent, Mineral Hill Preolnot Ne. 7. Registration Notice. Notice ii hereby given that the Booka of Registration for the general election to be held November 8, 1892, for the eleotion of Stale, County and Township officers, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o'olook A. k. to 6 o'olook p. it , nntil Ootober 10, 1892, and from Ootober ID, 1892, to October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'olook f. m., in addi tion to the honrs heretofore mentioned, at which time the books for registration will olose at 6 o’olock p. M. The law re quires naturalized citizens to exhibit their certificates of naturalization at the time they present themselves for registration. Jambs Warn, Registry Agent, White's Bench Precinot No. S. Registration Notloe. Notice is hereby given that the Books of Registration for the general election to be held November 8, 1892, for the eleotion of Bute, Connty and Township officers, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. m. to 6 o'olook p. M., until Ootober 10. 1892, and from Ootober 10, 1892, to Ootober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'olook p. M., in addi tion to the boors heretofore mentioned, at which time the books for registration will elose at 6 o'olook p. m. The law re quires naturalized oitlzens to exhibit their oertlfioates of naturalization at the time they present themselves for registration. M. Docohebty, Registry Agent, Qeddes Precinot No. 9. Registration Notice. Notice la hereby given that the Booke of Regiatratlon for the general election to be held November 8, 1882, for the election of State, County and Townehlp officer*, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal day*, from 10 o'olook a. x. to 6 o'olook p. X., until Ootober 10, 1892, and from Ootober 10, 1892, to October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'clook p. at., in addi tion to the hour* heretofore mentioned, at which time tbe book* for regiatratlon will oloae at 6 o'olook p, x. Tbe law re quire* naturalized citizen* to exhibit their certificate* of naturalization at tbe time they preaent themaelvea tor registration. E. Boomhower, Reglatry Agent, Pine Station Preoinct No. 10. Registration Notice. Notice is hereby Riven that the Books of Registration for the general eleolion to be held November 8, 1892, for the election of State, County and Township officers, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock ▲. m. to 6 o’clook p. m., until Ootober 10, 1892, and from Ootober 10, 1892, to October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'clock p. m., in addi tiou to the hours heretofore mentioned, at which time the books for registration will close at 6 o'olock r. m. The law re* quires naturalized citizens to exhibit their certificates of naturalisation at the time they present thcmselvesfor registration. Jobs Ibwin, Registry Agent, Bullion Hill Precinct No. 11. Registration Notice. Notion is hereby given that the Boohs of Registration for the general election to be held November 8. 1882, for the eleotion of 8tate, Oountv and Township officers, are no* open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock A. x. to 6 o'clock p. x., nntil October 10. 1892, and from Ootober 10, 1892, to October 20. 1892, from 7 to 9 o’clock r. x . In addi tion to the honra heretofore mentioned, at which time the books for registration will doe* at 6 o'clock r. x. Tb# law re quires naturalized oitizens to exhibit their certificate* of naturalization at the time they present themselves for registration. E. W. Tukmost, Registry Agent, Diamond Mine Precinct No. 12. ruirnrsni Eumimiism (>nr method of diagnosing diseased combines the benefits of thirty years of study and practical experience with the latest and heat that progressive science can furnish, aided by those wonderful intuitive perceptions which lie at the base of all true knowledge. We will give your case special examin ation, and will send you a full diagno sis free of expense. Address Dr. E. F. Bi~rrKRm:i,D, Syracuse, N. Y. En close lock of hair with name and age. PostoOlee Booh, Slailoarry sad tarlrty More We bars Just received a fall esaortmc of floe stationery, baseballs, marbles, top*, fresh garden seeds constantly on band; feather dnaters, playing cards, tooth pioks, toilet paper; a fina aasortment of pens, inks, albnms.sorap books, perfumery, bird cages, all kinds of sobool books and school supplies, blank books, memorandum books, aod all kinds of tablets; a oomplete assortment of ontlery, pipes, olgaretles, fine smoking and obewing tobaooo of all the leading brands. Fina cigars a specialty. A (nil line of toys, dolls, and everything else pertaining to a first-class variety store. Everything sold at tbe lowest prices. W. 3. Smith, * Proprietor. new TO-DAY. J.W.k .bin's price; list. Corrected Weekly. 1 will Mil at my alore, two doors north of the Postoffice, for CASH, the following ar tides: ljlbs Dry Orannlated. $1 00 101b* Cube Sugar. 1 00 131bs Extra 0 Sugar. 1 00 Creamery Butter, square blocks.. . 60 Fresh Boll Balter.. Faaoy Cal. Square Boll Batter. TO Oar Taste Hams per lb. 21 Fanoy Boneless Bk’fast baoon per lb 18 Dried baled Peaches, per lb. 25 Dried unpealed Peaches, per lb. 12H Dried Oerman Prunes, per lb. 12V, New Potatoes, per lb. 04 Liverpool salt In 50 lb sacks. 2 00 Liverpool salt, per pound. 05 Meoeroni, per box. 1 40 Spaohetti, per box. 1 40 Piokled Pigs Feet, per lk. 121* Best Nev. Winter Apples per Ik. Los Angeles Oranges, small per doz. 40 Los Angeles Oranges, large, per doz. 60 Asserted Nats, 5 Us for. 1 00 Assorted Jellies, three 21h cans for . 50 Gallon Pie Fruits, per can. 60 Fresh Tomatoes, gal. cans. Fresh Tomatoes, six2mhoans .. 1 00 Best Oal, Flour, Pbienix, per sack . 1 8! Oat Meal, per 101t> saok . 65 Yellow Coro Meal, per 101b tack_ 60 While Corn Meal per 101b saok. 60 Self-Rising Buckwheat Floor, 101b tack. 1 00 Self-Rising Bnokwheat Floor, 51b paokages. 50 lOtbBox Extra Soda Craokers. 1 00 101k Box Common Soda Craokers. . 90 12 Bars Kirk’s Savon Boap. 1 00 41bBar Imported Castile Soap. 65 3thBar Mottled Castile Soap. 40 12 Bars Star of the Kitchen, Soap . 1 00 10 Bare Ivory Soap. 1 00 4th Sal Soda. 25 3 Cana Condensed Lye. 50 4 Pkgs of Corn Staroh. 50 4 Pkgs of Silver Gloss Starch. 60 161b Box Silver Gloss Starch. 90 Peerless Mess mackerel, full weight 5lb tins. 1 25 111b Island Rice. 1 00 4 bunohes, Mel. matches. 25 Eggs per doz. 25 Eggs by the esse. 7 50 21b baking soda. 25 21b pkg mixed bird seed. 25 Extern mess pork, per tt>. .. 15 51b saok of table salt.. 25 Fine cane syrup, per gal. 75 New Oal. cabbage, per lb. 4c Dried Blackberries, per lb. 15 Dried Raspberries, per lb. 40 Morgln A Sons Sapalio, 3 oakes for. 50 Pbosuix Flour, in 5001b lots, delirered anywhere in Eureka, at $3 60 per 1001b. All kinds of meals In 1001b bales at prices in proportion. jyl6 Felix Maggixi’s PRICE LIST. I WILL BELL AT MV SALOON. ON NORTH Main street, Eureka, Nev., WINES AND LIQUORS Of the best quality at the following prices: Whisky.98 50 per gallon Whiaky. 1 75 per half gal Whlaky. 1 00 per quart Orape Brandy. 2 50 per gallon Orape Brandy.1 25 per half gal Grape Brandy,. 75 per quart Oal. Claret Wine. 80 per gallon Cal. Claret Wine. 40 per half gal Cal. Claret Wine. 25 per quart I have also on hand a full stock of first-class Blackberry Brandy, Iiollaiid Gin, Jamaica Rum, Augellica Wine, and fancy imported wines, beer and cigars, which can be had at equally reasonable rates. J4 ESTRAYED. BROWN MARE MULE AND A 80RREL Buckskin hone. The mare mule is brand ed AC aud vented on the left shoulder. The horse Is branded on the left shoulder with a diamond and vented. A reward of $10 will be paid for each of the animals delivered to FRANK PISTON*, At Eureka, Nevada. jell-lm NOTICE. I EXPECT TO LEAVE EUREKA SOON. TO be absent for a while, and wishing t< have all accounts squared, Joseph Ravell authorised to collect and receipt for the same. C. HAMILTON, Dentis Eureka. Nev., April 28,1892. C. HAMILTON, DENTIST QFFICl IN' RYLAKD'S BLOCK — •tain. urcka, Nev., Jane 11, 1891, W.H.8TOWELL, A88AYER. Ho, S Main »«r«el. ■nrsMa, Kn. DB. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN All IllOKOI-OF F1CK Id Bshtidil Building. |J*-M 1 Fresh dressed chickens can be had at Lambert's at short notice, * R. SADLER COMPANY, Successors to It. SADLBR), Main 8treet, Eureka, Nevada, DKAI.1K8 IV 'nr«l Merchandise, ’merits, All kinds of Mnitx. . AND Blasting and High Explosive Powder. Wholesale Liquor Dealers, And the Beet Stock on Hud in Beatern Vanda, FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, WOOD, At Loweet Market Batea. GOODS DELIVERED IN VICINITY OF EUREKA. «nr«a», »wm, to. te, tew._ |JWf THE SILVER MILLENIUM It Eas Co to Pass at Last! Silver Is coming up slow but sure, to the standard ot gold, and In consequence thereof the undersigned makes a declaration 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 tacts, come or send for a price list of my goods. I keep constantly on hand a full line of Family Groceries and Provisions, Ladles’. Gents’ and Children’s Boots and Shoes, Tinware, Hardware; constantly arriving, the choicest 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 tacts, and you will find what I say Isjust 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, Eureka, Aug, 80,18S0. BBNG. CHAS FERRARIS’ Boot amt Sloe store, MAIN STREET, EURE *A, NEV. Manufacturer and dealer iic BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERT DE SCRIPTION. A Full and Wall Assorted Lin of Foot Wear For Want’s, Boye. Youths, Lad lee, Mlssee, Miners and Children Always on Hand. My good! are specially aeleted from the beet manufaeturera of Eastern and Western Oltlet. PRICES REASONABLE. To Spot Cash Purchasers special Inducements nre offered. CUSTOM WORE A SPECIALTY. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Country orders alvaya promptly attandsd to. oU CHAS. FERRARIS, Proprietor. JOHN PARDY, MINING SURVEYOR. DnlUd State* Deputy Mistral Suiveyor, of Nevada. AGENCY FOR FIRST-CLASS FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANIES, AMD PACIFIC ATES SAYINGS LOAN AND B ILDINC COMPANY. OFFICE. IN BESET, kEUREKA, NET. JylS-liu Tie Eureka County Dank. (SaccMiovto Futon k Oo.) Capital Stock, SI00,000 WILL BUT AND SF L EXCHANGE ON Ben Tricottco, New Tork, London end the prindpel Eeetern end European otttee. Direct em M. D. TOLET, DANIEL HETEB, B. K. MOBB1BON, B. GILMAN, JOHN TOBKE. B. GILMAN.Preeldent B. K. MOBB1SON.Vice Preeldent MOKITZ 8CHEELINK.Oeehler ■lalaN end Other Steehs Beefht ead Hold oa Coiamlnntoa. ■ureke. Merck 5, IBM. mk U _ CHET BtTCHELDERS ASSAY OFFICE. NOW WITH GERMANIA LEAD WORKS, ■ALT UKECITT. 1’TAM. Fresh fruits on every train, for sale cheap at McConnell's, "CHICAGO SflOBT LINE" The Chicago, Milwaukee anil St Paul RAILWAY !• the only line rnnnnin« Solid Yeeti baled. 8teem heeled end Eleetfio-llghted tratne deily between Ohlcego end Omehe, oom poeed of Magnificent Sleeping Can And the finest Dining Can In U» World. EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. A«7 furth.r Information aa to rata* of Faro, eta., will ba cheerfully furntahed by ALEX lfITCHELL. Commercial Agent. T. F. POWELL, Traveling Agent. ftSALT LAKE CTTT. OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. North Main .trad. Bank*, N.v.d., DANIEL MOWN, i t i MNMIITON. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Oyster. rMtlrM dally by ex areas end .11 th. d.U.aolo. of th. merkai keyl oosateatlj on hand. ILtOAMT PNIVATI WOOHIH. FOR SALE .AT A. Great Bargain. G1ULI0 MINOLETTI B RANCH IN NEWARK Valley, State of Nevada,!* offered for tala. Including a small bunch of good cattle, and some good bomta, and all the farming imp la ments now on the ranch, constating of a wagon, hay press, mowing machine, harness, hay rake, and e\ ary thing complete for a Block ranch. Thera is on the ranch a good brick house, cor ral and stable, and a good picket fence all around the ranch and plenty of good water. This is one of tbs moat oomplete it ok ranches in the State of Nevada. 1 am desirous of selling out all 1 hare, for the reason that my health la not good, and 1 am cupelled to h ave the State. 1 will be glad to receive any one who wants to inspect m. ranch and stock, or II they w«nt to communicate to find out more particularly in regard to the terms upon which I will sell, they can communicate with me in Newark Valley, White Fine County, or to my agent Bbjamis Sandbbs. at Eureka, Nevada. OltTLIO MlNoLETTI. Newark Valley. Nev\ April 2k, 1*92. akO-tf KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. The regular meetings of sea. tile Lodge No. T. E. ol F.. will be held At their Oeatle Bell every FRIDAY evening et 7 *0 o'clock until further notice. Sojourning Broth « are ere cordially Invited to etlend. i. W. LAMBERT, O. C. Jasib Wilcoii, E. of B. S. W. H. SSowell, IrruRgist anil assayer. No. 3 Main street, Eureka, Nevada. | If you wish to purchase bsrgsins, read o* ilvuseaaaa'i tlsataf mt salt sdr,