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Hitters of Lively Interest to the General Render. Regi.ter I Register I I pool forget to register, freak Cobin left here for the Eset lest ffedneedsy. C. A Malhewton, of Usmiiton, wee in town yeeterdsy. Oregon le now considered tare for Weaver end Field. Rer Felher Kelly returned Thursday from srisil to Aaetin. The latest New York quotation for silser ,u gas*; le»d' 93 93 Whom the gods with to destroy they tr,l_nomi»»t« to office. The greet Cariboo mine In Colorado has dosed down. IFe coming! Tbttiodnt to Salt Hirer, after the eleo ttoa, will be aoutuaily large. Tbsaeaal religions services will be held la St James church to morrow. The n.ael religions eerrioee will be held el the Catholic Church to morrow. Bt. John's Chapter No. S, R. A M., meets this evening at 7 o’clock sharp. Hon. F. O. Newlands ie doing effective work in the eastern pert of the Btete. Henatcr Stewart says he had rather throw hie vote sway than vote for a gold bug. II ia a pity that there are ao few omeea. when there are ao many aapiranta to All them. Frank Paul aud wife, of Kano, paaaed through here yeaterday on their way to Hamilton. Don't fail to get regiatered. You can’t vote for Wearer and Field unleae yon are regiatered. the Wionemuoea Silver Slate, one of our beat exchange*, haa entered upon ita llat volume. The ladle* of Ilebeoea Lodge are making noneual preparation for their hall on the asthlnetant. Mra. M. Karaky, who haa been ill for the part teu dava, we are pleaaed to elate ia oonvaleiciog. More mine* are being oloaed down. And yet there are people in Nevada atill about log for Harrlaou. Diok Baroea, of Elko oounty. waa in town during the week. Diek ia aolld for Weaver and Field. The Lander Oonnly Democratic and Rapnblioan parliea have dtabanded and formed a Silver parly. Hon. Franoia O. Newianda apent Sun day here, and made many new friend* by hi* pleasant manner*. The Walker Lake Bulletin baa donned a handsome new dreae, and i* out rad hot for Weaver and Field. M. Karaky returned from San Franoiaco laat Monday, where be purcheaed large ■look* of dry good* and clothing. Stewart ooght to have the enpport of every voter in Nevada in thie great *trng for the remonetization of ailver. Chicago ha* begun advertising ita pork. Hack hire for the Columbian oelebration haa jumped to $22 a day wboleaale. Mra. I. C. C. Whitmore, who baa been dangerously ill with blood poisoning for •everal week*, i* rapidly improving. Jim White, the Diamond valley ranoher, waa in town the early pait of the week •baking band* with hi* numerous friend*. New York oily will oelehrate Columbus Day ou the 12tb lost. October 2I*t 1* the exaot anniversary of Columbus's landing. Tbe Lincoln County Democratic Con vention, held laat week, indorsed Stewart for C. S. Senator and Newianda for Con gress. Malicious persons and children have loro down a number of cards of tbs can didst* * in ths field. This is wrong and should be slopped. r* Ala oonotry village enterlatiment the chair announced " Mias Jons* will oow aing, ‘Pul Me in My Lillis lied,' with Mr Browo. the curate." Do the people of Eureka intend doing anything in the way of oelebrating Co lumboa Day ? If so. it is time they were getting a move sn them. Barney MoCool, the genial section mao at Diamond station, made a dying visit to Eureka last Sunday uight. Glad to se< your cheerful phiz, Barney. Home of tbe folks In the West get their religion so mixed up with politics that a stranger can't tell half the time whether they are praying or swearing. An Indian approaohsd a candidate a few days ago and asked, " You silver man?" The candidate said “ yes. What are you?" “Oh! Me heap pine nut mao." Ferd. I m Ob.r.tcg, from down tbe rail ro»d, w»« in town lut riaturday. YV« bop. " Dick " that your vi.it will termioete in your everlftNtlog happine.., etc. There will be a meetiog of tbe Military Social Club at lb. Hook, and Kuiok. Iloa. Hou.« tbl. evening at 7 o'olock. All mambera are requeated to be In attend anoe. A lot of band mu.lo waa loat lael Satur day e.eoing belonging to tbe Star Band Auy per.on finding tbe earn, will oonfer a graal favor by returning it to any mem ber of the band. Hon. Franoie G Newlanda and Hon Thomae Wren left Monday by private oon reyanoe for Hamilton and Ely. White Fine county, where they addreeeed tbe cltixeo. on tbe political iaauea. It ie reported that Wm. YYhalen, of Anlalope, bae railed freeb capital io Kng land and ba. a fine pro.peot for develop log a good mint. Eleven men are now employed In tbe mine. Here la an axlraot from a genuine love letter: " Deere,t love, I have .wallowed tbe poetage etamp which waa on your let tar, beoau.e I kuew that your lip. bad touched It." Yum, yum. (iotwith.landing that there are eo many candidate, in the field for office thia Fall, there eeerna to be tbe beat of feeling among them, and they Joeh each other a. to tb.ir relative ebanoe, for being eleoted and de tea ted. Hon. Tboma, YYron accompanied Hon r*.n cis G. Newlaods, Ihe Silver Party can* ; didate for Congress to Whl«e PioV. Both 1 genteman returned hereon Thursday even ing and the latter departed yesterday morning to fill hia appointment at Tus* ear or a. Ths Psople's party have organized iu Whits Plue county and last Tuesday week held a regular county convention at Ely whloh indorsed Weaver and Field aod the Slatform and the nominees of the State ilver Convention. The old parties have disbanded. Oar Whits Tine correspondent stys that the Newlatid's meeting there wound up with singing " Qood night." Thera were • whole lot ot fellows In Eureka laat Saturday evening that oould not even say good night after Newlands got through treating them. There are not loss than 70 candidates for the local offices in this oounty, aud there is no telling how many more there may be before County Clerk Harmon shale down the gale on the evening of the tSlb instant. It mast be the hard timet that impels so many persons to be candi dates for office. Judge A. L. Fitzgerald will leave nezt Wednesday for Washington. D. 0., to at tend the Hnpreme Counoil of the Ancient end Aocepted Scottish Rite of Masons, wbioh meets at the National Capital e week from next Moudey. John Torre left laat Wednesday for W ashingtou tor tha same purpose. The talk ia that money Is being offered In California to bet that Nevada will not go for Weaver aDd Field. This is only a mousy pressure brought to bear to influ anoe public opinion in the interests ol the gold Luge; but all the money they can furnish will not avail them. This Stale will at aurtly send Weaver electors to Washington as the sun rises and sets. t oiREsrox nrxcE. IIamii.tok, Nev., Oct. 3, l*f*2. Ed. Sentikei. : The citizens ol White Pine were agreeably honored at the arrival her** of lion. Eranri* G. New lands and Hon. Thomas Wren, the one the Silver party candidate for Congress and the other a noble Kotnan, who for the love of his State has thrown off past party affiliations to help lead the silver party on to vic tory. The largest possible gathering of la<lies and gentlemeu assembled here to-night to hear the honorable gentleman speak on the subject near est to the hearts of the people of Ne vada, the greatest financial question before the nation in w hich all present were unanimous—the remonetization of silver. This is the only live issue now before the people of the United States and it is time that all classes were educated up to the (act. It is the paramount interest of the people of the Pacific Coast and particularly of the State of Nevada. It is the ulti matum upon which our living and well-being depends. Mr. N'ewlands made an unanswerable argumentative and logical speech, in which he clearly delineated the great wrong that had hcen done to the people by the demonetization of silver and the consequent wreckage of the financial interests of the country that must shortly ensue if silver is not restored to its legitimate function as a money metal. Mr. Wren, a California ’4'ter, an old and respected citizen of Nevada and pioneer of White I’inc county, the pros|>ector and miners' friend, fol lowed Mr. Newlands with a most in teresting historical account of the de monetization of silver and its dire consequences. The gentleman's re marks were greeted with prolonged applause. After the shaking the White I’ine District Silver League brass band played several national airs. The felicity of the occasion was Lightened by vocal music and the audience re tired after singing “Home, Sweet Home” and “Good Night.’’ White Pine District as in duty bound, stands solid for silver. Yours truly, J. G. —- ♦ - llfp»rtr«l for tin* North W. H. Stoweli, one of our oldest and highly respected citizens, accompanied by his family, left here last Wednes day for Spokane, State of Washing ton, where lie is interested in business with Charley Fassett, formerly of Kuby Hill. Whether or not he will make iiis permanent residence in the North will probably depend on circum stances. He lias very valuable min ing interests here in addition to his business, but the mining industry lias iieeome so hadlv crippled, through the depression of silver, that every line of business has gone to the dogs, and there is no inducement for him to remain here any longer. The drug store will tie run by a drug clerk un der the supervision of Klmer Mat 011 ncll. It is a sad sign of the limes to see our time-honored citizens depart ing, but from their new home we hope ever to hear the cheerful news of the happiness and success of Billy ■Stoweli and his family. A Nwewlinenl Purloin»r. Last Saturday afternoon the liouse of Adolph liollin, which is situated in (Joodwin Canyon, was entered by some party who thoroughly ransacked the premises from garret to cellar. The only articles, however, which Mr. (•offin lias found missing are a box of plums and a jar of China ginger pre serves, which were in the cellar. Sir. (ioffin says lie is satisfied the house breaker does not live a thousand miles away from his dwelling, which indi cates that he has the sweeth-toothed individual spotted. Palnlul Arelilent. Last Sunday, while Pete Loli waB returning from Peterson’s ranch with a load of hay, and when on a narrow and sidling piece of road, the wagon and hay were overturned and Sir. Loli was thrown some 20 feet down an embankment and had 'his right shoulder dislocated. On his return to town I>r. Williams replaced the dislocation, and under the circum stances lie is getting along nicely, hut it will require several weeks before lie will have the full use of his urtn. -♦ —■ Mark This. Judge A. L. Fitzgerald will leave for the East on Wednesday next, and all persons wishing to be naturalized must appear in couit on or before next Tuesday, or they will not have a chance to get out their papers in time to vote at the election on November H. No person who is eligible to be come a citizen, and is a friend of sil ver, Bhould neglect his opportunity to get in and vote for Weaver and Field. _ __ Klko I'oouly i'uoventltiu. The Silver party of Elko county have nominated a full county ticket. The legislative ticket is K. P. Hammil of Wells, E. C. Mc Langhton of Carlin and W. A. Mas sey of Tusearora. They are all first class, able men and w ill no doubt he elected. It is hardly necessary to say that they are all good Stewart men and they are pledged to turn by a strong and ringing platform. A fall Treasury. The statement is published that by the recent series of pugilistic encoun ters in New Orleans the Olympic club cleared $103,000, and that after the directors had voted liberal donations to various persons connected with the “entertainments,” there still remains the sum of $13,000 in the club’s trcas ury. tauslit ’em at It. In Kentucky the public school teachers are paid so much for each pupil. This plan has one good effect, that of stimulating teachers to secure scholars and thus extend the benefits of education, but some have been found making false returns. A Houilerliil I’arer. Mascot paced the first heat in the free-for-all race at Terre Haute, Indi ana, last week, in 2:04, lowering ths pacing record from 2 :U5'.i and equal ing Nancy Hanks’ trotting record. r« William M. Stewart ter Ik* I iilleil Minim Mrwnl*. The following is the pledge pre scribed by the Eureka County Silver j League and signed by the following named candidates tor the Aseembly ; from Eureka county: To the < liairman and Members of the Kurt ai County Executive Com mittee, ai. I also the members of the Eureka ( nty Silver League of Ne vada—< »en’ linien: In compliance with the resolution of said silver la-ague, passed Sept. 29, 1892, w e hereby pledge our word of honor, if elected to the Assembly of the State 01 Nevada, at the next en suing election, that we will vote for and nse all lion Table means within our power to i ure the election of Wm. M. Stewart to the United States Sen ate, and other, that we will vote for and eupp it the nominees of the Sil ver part v I Nevada at the next ensu ing election, National. State and county. John T. Wheeler, M. G. Foster, K. M. Beatty, Charles K. Allen, Thos. 8. Douglas, J. W. Jones. Orn shlpnnli, The Kill ' ka and Palisade Railroad Company received during the month of September the following lots of ore for shipment to Halt Lake City and other point*: Eureka District—From the Diamond mine, 1,1 Ions; Eureka Con. Min ing Company, 450 tong; Richmond 136 tons ; Hamburg Mining Company, 121 ton* ii kson Mining Company, 105 tciiH ; I rtimer Mining Company, 20 tons ; idler & McNaughton, i9 tons; Pb 11:x Mining Company, 16 tons and Hlver West mine 15 tons. Total Eureka District, 2,076 tons. From White Pine District, White Pine con y— From Tom Cornell, 60 tons; P il'ragnazo, 60 tons; Ross A Siri, 55 tons; J. B. Mathewson, 13 tons and ( A. Mathewson, 11 tong. Total Wli Pine District, 179 tons. From .fi» Lindsey, Union District, Eureka e inty, 15 tons, and from Reveille, Nye county, 4'* tons. To tal shipped, 2,264'* tons. I.nai'1 The Austin Reveille, commenting on the political situation and the or ganization of the Silver party in Lan der county,says; "Monday last was an eventful day for the pc pin of Lander county, for it heard the death knell rung of Repub licanism and Democracy and the joy ous cry of the new born babe—the silver r.inTV or lander. Succeed ing the adioiis of the respective Cen tral Comm ittees, one in revoking its call l r a convention, and the other in r> 1 mg to hold any, the two met, resolved themselves into an ex ecutive c aunittee and formed the third party. “In doing -o they gratified the gen eral deman I. Silver with us is first, last and a the time, and all other things of r inty or State considera tion must be subservient to the wel fare of it. Actuated by these thoughts ami instigat'd with like sentiments, the tnemb i of the committees acted so that r • ■ ng could be in the way of a free and united vote, expressive of the demand lor the remonetization of the metal. Their action removes all obstacles and gives the means of proving the ilver or anti-silver senti ments of every voter in the county." A Moiuitu Proapertor. The Phcnix, Ariz., Gazette save that Mrs. E. W. Thomas, who formerly kept an ic i ream parlor in that town, is now in tiic superstitious Mountains engaged in a work usually deemed strange to Woman's sphere. She is prospecting for a lost mine, to the lo cation of which she believes she holds the key. Hut somehow she has failed after two months’ work to locate the bonanza, . ugh aided by two men. The story i the mine is founded upon the usual death-bed revelations of the ancient miner usual in such cases. There is a,so a lost cabin connected with it. Ucnernl luviUltau Kxlfuilcd. The general meeting called by the Italian Benevolent Society will be held at their hall this evening at o’clock for the purpose of making suitable arrangements for the cele bration lie, •' f the 400th anniversary of the dis very ot America b^ Chris topher C' ambus. The citizens of Eureka are cordially invited to be present. Our Italian fellow-citizens of Eureka are to be commended for taking tin- initiative in this propoeed celebration and our citizens should lend their aid in making the occa sion a success. IIonii'i Draw Hater Kaiiazh. Since Newlands went to San Fran cisco and knocked Mike Harter out in one round, Nevada has rewarded him with a nomination for Congress. Bar tine, left in the cold now, prouoees to knock Seii.it,,r Stewart out of his seat. Sorry, but Bartine nor any other man can do it. Itartine is a good silver man, hut he doesn’t draw water enough to sail in the same ocean of popularity with brave, honest old Senator St"wart.—The Road. iiu Little Trick. Gladstone to Harrison: “Arrange your cum ucy to suit yourself. That of the British Empire suits me well enough.” Harrison to himself: “Well, I declare, that is cool! Here we’ve been playing into British hands for twenty ye ,rs, and at last we’ve found a Premier too honest to help me out with a h' tl ■ trick to serve till after election!” ■>r»Mlu( It FlUC. The social lines appear to be very closely drawn at Reno. A ball adver tisement published in one of the pa pers stat< - that “no objectionable features w ill I* admitted to the hall.’’ It’s a good thing for some of our Win nemucca boys that this rule was not in force last week during the fair. But, never mind, boys, beauty ig only skin deep anyway.—Silver State. Ilim Mneta They Eat. The free lunch eaters of New York city consume daily two tons of potato salad, a ton and a half of beans, 250 gallons of beef stew and a hundred weight of caviare, not to mention the large quantit s of cheese, Frankfur ter sausa e, pickles, olives, corned beef, macaroni, etc. Freth Si lt liimog Buokwbeat, tea otat* per pound, at Lambert’s. riMuaaTisR *r irwirr. State or Nevada, > C a room, Oct. 1, 1892. J Pursuant to the provisions of the statutes of the State of Nevada, I, K. K. Colcord, Governor, do hereby issue this proclamation offering a re ward for the arrest and conviction of any person violating any of the pro visions of any of the Acta relating to elections now on the statute books. A reward of one hundred dollars for an arrest and conviction when the crime is a misdemeanor, and a reward of two hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of any person guilty of felony under the provisions of said laws. Such rewards will be paid until the total amount expended under section 1616 of the • ieneral Statutes of Ne vada reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. Given under my hand and the seal of the State, at the Capitol, in Carson, this first day of October, in the year of our lx>rd one thousand eight hun dred and ninety-two, and of the Inde pendence of the United States the one hundred and sixteenth. R. K. Couord, Governor of Nevada. By the Governor: O. H, Grey, Secretary of State. »• TruU HM*, Pntaklj. Pioche is again in what might be called the dumps. For some weeks past our citizens have had high hopes of a transfer of the property of the P. C. M. & K. Co. to the Kansas City Smelting Company, a corporation that is supposed to have sufficient capital to work the mines in this vicinity on a remunerative scale. The ores of this district being low grade, capital on a large scale will be required to work them to advantage. A railroad is the only solution of the question, and it is on that which the people of this section base their hopes— it being understood that the building of a railroad from Pioche to Milford was one of the conditions of sale. So when the order came last week to shut down the mines, smelter and all workings of the company, it naturally cast a gloom over the community. What are the intentions of the company or what was the cause of the failure of the transfer, no persons here appears to know. Some say it is the low price of silver, while others say it was a dis agreement as to the valuation of the property. It is to be hoped that the shut-down will not be of long dura tion, as the pitmerty is too valuable to remain idle.—Pioche Record. Make Fuels of Sane Scm. Another election is upon us with all its give and take bitterness, in which perhaps the friendship of years will be ruthlessly severed. And on the other hand, while life-long friends become enemies, you'll see old toughs who got mad over a horse trade, or lawsuit, or water ditch, and who have been biting thumbs at each other for years, sud denly approach, smell noses, kiss, em brace, feel sorry for themselves, apol ogize and swear eternal fidelity—just because they happen to agree upon some candidate. Politics, like love makes fools of some men.—Austin Reveille. PuUHce Bosk, UMIuny kad Variety Htara. We bavs Just reoelved a full assortment of floe itslionery, bale balls, marbled, tope; fresh garden seeds oonetantly on band; feather dosteri, playing cards, tooth picks, toilet paper; a floe aaeorliaenl of peoi, iuks, albums, scrap books, perlnmery, bird oages, all kinde of eohool books and eobool supplies, blank books, memorandum books, and all kinds of tablets; a oomplete assort meet of ontlery, pipes, clgarellee, floe smoking and ohewing tobaooo of all the leading brands. Fins cigars a specialty, A foil line of toys, dolls, and everything else pertaining lo a flrat-olase variety store. Everything sold at the lowest prices. W. J. Smith, • Proprietor. -♦ Clairvoyant Examinations Free. Our method of diagnosing diseases combines the benefits of thirty years of study and practical experience with the latest and best that progresaive science can furnish, aided by those wonderful intuitive perceptions which lie at the base of ail true knowledge. We will give your case special examin ation, and will send you a full diagno sis free of expense. Address Da. E. F. Bctterfield, Syracuse, N. Y. En close lock of hair with name and age. t _ A reported outbreak of cholera at Helmetta, K. J., created much ex citement in that vicinity. Investiga tion showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysentery which is almost as severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter Willard, a protn iuent merchant of Jamesburg, two miles from Helmetta, says Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lias given great satisfaction in the most severe cases of dysentery. It is certainly one of the best things ever made." For sale by W. H. Stow ell, druggist, Main street, Eureka. It is not unusual for colds con tracted in the Fall to hang on all Winter. In such cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A fifty cent bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy will cure snv cold. Can you afford to risk so much for so small an amount? This remedy is intended especially for bad colds and croup and can always be de pended upon. For sale by W. H. Stowell, druggist, Main street, Eu reka. __ ludlceallblllty of Mauu, “Next to pork," says a physician, “the banana is the most indigestible thing a person can eat, and it yon will notice you will see them touched very sparingly by people with weak stomachs. If you can digest them, however, and don't mind the offen sive odor, they are very nourishing and one can make a meal on them that is in every way equal to a sub stantial lunch of bread and meat."— N. Y, Tribune. To Arrive To-dsy. Fresh fruit of all kinds, cranberries, celery and fresh oysters, will be re ceived to-day at Johnny Lambert’s, two doors north of the I’ostoffice. * Fine Whisky. D. Nathan A Co. have just re ceived a large supply of the cele brated 0. K. Cutter Whisky, the finest article ever sold in this market. * W. H. Stowsll, Druggist and assayer. No. 3 Main treet, Eureka, Nevada. I _ --♦ ■ Don’t forget that McCONNELL meet! all reductions and sells goods as cheap as any house in town. Ur. P. A. Skinner, of Texarkene, Ark., is an enthusiast in the praise of Chamberlain't Pain Balm. He need it for rheumatism, and says: "I found it to be a most excellent local remedy.” For sale by W. H. Stowell, druggist, Main street Eureks. new to-DAT. BILLS PASSED SSS.If TU..SS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ....it nan.... MMtlflr Oct. 3, 1893. BILL# ALLOWBD. A. G. Clark, ml ary.|«n oo J. L Smith. salary. 50 00 Oharlea Ferrari*, aalary. 80 00 H. Hager, County Phjaician. 125 00 J. B. Singleton, ealary. 75 00 F. H. Harmon, salary. 75 00 L. A. Duokle,ealary.. .. 333 S3 Peter Breen, mlary . 100 00 W. H. Tyler, aalary. 75 00 W. 8. Beard, aalary. 101 26 John Wilson, aalary. 60 oo John Qrafnvlch, aalary.100 Oo T. 8. Dongle*, watchman. 3 00 Mr*. E. LeTenthal, washing, etc_.... 36 00 Peter Zannlno, noxious animals. 6 00 B. T.G. Gray, bridge work. 63 00 Wm Scheuoh, bridge work. 15 00 Wm. Sargent, bridge work. 18 00 John Anderson, bridge work. 15 00 B Oel leg her, bridge work. 12 00 John Henning, bridge work . 18 00 A. G. Clark, road work . 13 54 c. U. Wallace, Assessor s salary . 200 06 M. Morris, supplies. 12 00 B. Sadler, supplies. *6 66 P. J. Schneider,supplies . 24 m E. 4 0. L. Oo, lumber. 220 82 W. J. Smith, supplies . m 75 W. J. Smith, Poe toffies. fj q4 J. L. Smith, bridge work. 16 60 O. A. Fletcher, livery. 2 00 Q. A. Fletcher, livery. 7 00 James Downing, work. SO 00 W H. S to well, supplies. 7 26 Wtleon Haskins, (prinking*. 36 00 R. W. Mile-, nurse. 20 00 F. R. McNsmee, feci. 41 70 J. 0. Bareli, fees... 6160 Kureha Water Works, water. 132 00 Remington, Johnson 4 Oo., supplies ... 36 30 Remington, Johnson 4 Oo , aoppllee.... 7 50 J. P. Dunkle, rent. 6 00 C. J. (ieratj-. janitor. 20 40 T. S. Douglas, janitor Hooks k KnJcks . SO 60 Alex McKay, janitor of Boh Hill Hose Company. 20 46 F. A Johnson, janitor. 20 40 O. W. Taft, road work. 11 20 P. H. Hjul, burial, efc. 3100 Mia. E. Lereuthal, caring for Hospital patients. 348 26 nroiouirrs. The following named lndlganta were al lowed the sums set opposite their names: Mrs. Tuesek .. 16 00 Mrs. McBsmee... 20 00 Henry Baton.. 16 00 Mrs. Cobb. 30 00 The abore is s copy of the record as it now remains in my office. Attest; F. H. HARMON. County Clerk. j.ff.Lanbirt’s Corrected Weekly. I will Mil at my atora, two doors north of the Postoffice, lor CASH, the following ertiolsa: lllba Dry Granulated. tl 00 101b* Cube Sugar. 1 00 121be Extra 0 Sugar... 1 00 Creamery Butter, square blocks.... II Our Taste Hams per lb. 21 Fauoy Boneless Bk'fMt bacon per lb 20 Dried pealed Peaches, per lb. 26 Dried German Prunes, per lb. Ilk Liverpool salt in 50 lb seeks. 2 00 Liverpool salt, per pound. OS Macaroni, per box. 1 40 Spacbetti, per box .. 1 40 Piokled Pigs Feel, per ft. 121k Los Angeles Granges, large, per dot . 50 Asserted Nuts, 6 lbs for. 1 00 Gallon Pie Fruits, per can.. 60 Freeh Tomatoes, gal. cans. Fresb Tomatoes, six 2>4lb cans ... 1 00 Beat Oal. Floor, Pbanlx, per saok 1 80 Oat MmI, per 101b saok.. 65 Tellow Corn Meal, per 101b sack_ 60 While Corn Meal per 101b sack. 60 Self-Rising Buokwbeat Flour, 101b sack. 1 00 Self-Rising Buokwbeat Flour, 5!b packages. 50 10ft Box Extra Soda Crackers. 1 00 10ft Box Oommon Soda Crackers. . 90 12 Bars Kirk's Savon Soap. 1 00 41bBar Imported Castile Soap. 75 SlkBar Mottled Castile Soap . 40 12 Bars Star of the Kitoben, Soap . 1 00 10 Bara Ivory Soap. 1 00 4» Sal Soda. 25 3 Cans Condensed Lye. 60 4 Pkgs of CX>rn Starob. 50 4 Pkgs of Sparkling Gloss Starch,.. 50 l-6!b Box Sliver Gloss Starch,. 90 Peerless Mesa maokersl, fall weight 51b tins. 1 25 111b Island Rice. 1 00 4 buoobes, Met. matches. 25 Eggs per dox . Eggs by the cue. 21b baking soda. 25 21b pkg mixed bird aeed. 25 Eatern mess pork, per lb. 15 51b saok of table salt. 26 Fine cane syrup, per gal. 75 Dried Blaokberries, per lb. 15 Dried Raspberries, per lb. 40 Morgan A Sons Sapalio, 3 cakes for. 50 Salt Salmon Bellies, per lb. 20 Pbcsnix Flour, in 5001b lots, delivered anywhere in Eureka, at $3 40 per 1001b Single sacks, tl 76. All kinds of meals in 1001b bales at prioee in proportion. Fresb and Salt Water Fish will bs re ceived at Lambert's, by express, every Thursday. BREWERIES AND SALOONS. EUREKA BREWERY Corner of Main and Clark Street*, CHARLEY LAUT1N8CI1LAGER, • • Frop'r .BREWS TUB. FINEST BEER In the State. Uae the Planet Barroom to Eeetern Nevada, and keepe on band Beet brende of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS To bo fcand la any market. Eureka, Auguat It. 1887. aakO-tf San Francisco Breiorj FMD M. HIITMAI k Mil. H. MAI, HIM SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a gbn erel eaeortment of flue Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO. ::::::::: R By the vbolooele and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all tbo latent mewnpnpert mar bo found A loo. a floe Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. •7-LUNCH aervod at all boom. H. MAU A CO, Eureka, November 1, 1887. R. SADLER COMPANY, (Suoeesaors to R. BADLER), Main 8treet, Eureka, Nevada, DEALEBS IN General Merchandise, Farming Implements, and Machinery. All kinds of Miners’ Tools AND Blasting and High Explosive Powder. Wholesale Liquor Dealers, And the Beit Stock on Hand in Eaetern Nevada. FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN^ WOOD, % At Loweet Market Bate*. GOODS DELIVERED IN vicinity of kurkka. Bank*. «nrf>. Jin. M. 1(M. |M.U JOHN W. LAMBERT, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, Second door north of the Postoffice, -DEALER IR Groceries, Provisions, Etc. Offers special inducements to Customers for SPOT CASH. -O Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters, Fresh Fruits, Fresh Vegetables. The Finest, Choicest in the Market. Poultry, Eggs, Farming Produce Always on hand, ^ Coods Delivered FREE OF CHARCE at short notice. Call and examine Prices at LAMBERT'S Grocery Store.•“ Silver Ores, Gold Ores, Lead Ores. V. J. dmMaio & Co, SKI BUYERS AND SAMPLERS, IIAVI been operating Sampling Works at Carlin, ada. for the past year, where they are per manently established. They are paying The Highest M&r'zet Fries For Ores, And return* promptly made within forty-eight hours after the ore reaches our works. Set tlements made at New York quotat ons on day of aamj ling. Give ns a trial and be convince i. For further particular!, address W, E. WEST, Manager, aul7-tf CABLIN', NEVADA. HIGHEST PRICE PHD -fob GOLD, SILVER —AND— LEAD ORES —BY THE PORTLAND SMELTING —AND Refining Works, LINNTON, OREGON. Reference: Bank of British Columbia, San Francisco and Portland. sl0-6m JOHN PARDV, MINING SURVEYOR. United EUtes Deputy Mineral Surveyor, of Nevada. AGENCY FOR FIRST-CUSS PIKE, LIFE, ACCIDENT ISSUANCE COMPANIES, AND PACIFIC ATES SAVINCS LOAN AND B ILD NC COMPANY. OFFICE. IS SHEET. .EUKIKA, NEV. jylHlm . ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, Salt Lake City, CONDUCTED BY TBS...... SISTERS if tie HOLY CROSS. Btudies f^r boarder* and day pupil* will be resumed the first Monday in September, 1882. ££r TERMS MODERATE. Bend reference. For catalogue, etc., ad dress as above. au‘J7-tf CHET RATCHELOER'S ASSAY OFFICE. NOW WITH GERMANIA LEAD WORKS, (•ALT UKI CITY. I'TAU. Notice to Creditors. fa ll>« District Courier the State af Nevada, Kureka feeety, la the matter of the Estate of H. C. FEN 8TKRMAKER, Deceased. Notice is hereby' given by the uw. derslgned. Administrator of the Eatate of H. C. Kenster maker, deceased, to the cred itors of, and all versons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with tbs necessary vouchers within four months aftet the first rublication of this notice to the said Administrator at his place of business oa Main street, in the town of Eureka, said county and State, or to R. M. Beatty, his attor ney, at his office in said town Dated Eureka, Nevada, Sept. 16, A. D. 1892. K. R. McNAMEB, a24-4m Administrator of laid estate. NOTKE TO UOODSIWERS TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF TH *- Hon. Board of County Commissioners of Eureka County, this day made, bids will b# received up to and including MONDAY, tbs 7th day of November, 1892, at 10 o'clock A. u., for sawing, splitting and piling 45 cords of mahogany wood, more or lesa, for tbs Court house, Eureka county. Said wood to be sawed twice. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. F. H. HARMON. Clerk. Sept. 6, 1892. alO td AVISO SOCIALE Da riboluzione passata all a riu nlone rcgolare del 4 Settembre dalle Socleta It .liana dl M. 8. Dl E. N. ohe raccom at da a tuttl 1 suoi tnembrl dl trovarai pre sent! alls rlunlone regulars del 2 Ottobbro per affarl importantl da deliberare. Per ordlne Dai Pres idente. P. SIRI, Begretario. TO THE PUBLIC. WHEREAS, I AM ABOUT TO RETURN TO China fur s time and desire to settle all claims against me before leaving Eureka, I hereby call upon all persona to whom I may ba indebted to present their bilia to me at mf store or to K. M. Beatty, my attorney, at his office within the next thirty days. ItoNO HINO. Eureka, Sept. 3. 1892. s3 30d* TAKE WARNING PARTIES OWNING HOR9ES, 0OW8, Jacks (particularly Hogs). Goa's, or anj other kind of live stock runu-ng at large la and about the streets of Eureka, are hereby notified that they must make arrangements to keep such stock off the streets, else tuev will be taken up. impounded, and the law relating thereto will be strictly enforced. The County Commissioners have established a pound tot the coiral'ng of such animate. L. A. DUNKLE, Sheriff. Eureka, Nev., July 16, 1892. jylfi-lm MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that the taxes on the proceeds of the mines of Eureka county for the quarter ending June S0: 1MU1, are now due and payable tr me at my office In Eureka; aud the law In regard te the tame will be strictly enforced. 0. 0. WALLACE, Aaaesaornf Eurekaoounty, Nevada W.H. STOWELL, A88AYER. No, 3 Malu Hired, Karelia, Her. For Sale Cheap. Ij^CRNITUHE. STOVES AND 81NOER SEW. log machine. Inquire of •10 W. H. STOWELL. Kmh celery by express to-night, At I-ambert’s, two doors below the Post office. t