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tfgtter* of Livoly Intorott to tho Oenerol Roador. Tbe .now Id Bodi*. Cal., i< Itom uni , jflecn feet deep. II eoet ll>e Government $8,103,6*3 to nil tb* !»*• cen*u». ti Senator Ingall* iay« of Mre. I^a**: ■ She I* a great man.'* $t43d per onno* silver will be worth <3601 In U. 3. money. Tbe latest New York quotation for illver bi1**; lend. *3 7S <3 c. Wallace left Beoo laet Monday light for Han Franoieoo. Congressman Barline felt for Waehinf Ion last ineiday evening. president Harrison Bent in bie message le Congress last Toeeday. Oeoeral Dla* baa again been relnangu rated President of Mexico. Tb* usual religious eervioee will be held if gi, James' oliurch to morrow. The mountain trails are oovered with mow from one to three feet deep The neuat religion* *erviee* will be held el tbe Catholic Choroh to morrow. General Wm. 8. Bosocran* i* lying dangerously ill at Washington, D. 0. Champion James Corbett'* wife i« shoot to institute proceeding* for a divorce. A Might ibock of earthquake we* bare last Tueeday night about 10 o olook. Hon. Franol* Q. Newlawd*. Owsigr'"' meo-eleol, left for Washington laet Mon day. A oaee of smallpox was discovered Iasi gatnrday at 331 Turk elreet Han Fran eiico. Doubled loaded, quoth the reporter. *a be gazed at the man with two ballet bole* to him. jsy Gould died in New York on the Id loelent. He only left a hundred million dollar*. pt. John'* Cbaptor No 5, B. A. M , (sets at 7 o'clock tbic evening. Election g offloer*. (now ibovelers in Virginia demanded forty cents an boar and niaoy found em ployment. Frsuk Winzell of the “J. D. raooh,'' left llenday for a thro* months' visit In California. Rothschild ha* withdrawn tbe plan w bicb be proposed to the Brussels Monetary Conference. Claim* ar* open to relocation after Jan aery 1st. if the asaeeamenl work bae not teen performed. Judge A. L. Fitzgerald returned Tbure lay from Austin, where be held a term of tbs District Court. A Kinsa* City farming implement house intends sending out a young woman at drummer next year. There are two bind* of hypocrite—tb* bold and the humble—and the humble onee are the worst.—Ex. Looi* Kossuth the Hungarian patriot, who reoenlly passed his 90tb anniversary, is reported dying at Tnrtn. Glass in oven door*, which enebies eoobe to watch tbe food without opening the door, la a late contrivance. The Philadelphia Publio Ledger bond ing wee elmoel gutted by Are on the even ing of tb* Ctb inet. Loss, #273.000. Hon Thomas Wren ie of tbe opinion that tbe law relating to tbe constitutional amendments has been complied with. E D Vanderlietb, Governor Ooloord'e Private Hscrclary. ie ill with pneumonia at the residence of M. D Foley in Beu-). Tbe home of O. A. Hamilton at Lamoille Valley. Elko county, waa destroyed by Are with ail of It* content* lest Wednes day Three hundred and seventy nine cars of tattle and 35 oare of sheep wore reshipped tom Iteoo during the months of Oolphor tad November. in anvil salute waa fired at Lovelock* klooor of Senator Stewart when be Ked throngh that plaoe on hi* way to bington, D. 0. Florence Ilinokley (nee Blylbe) baa won ber anil in tbe Hupreme Court of Califor ala. and i* now undisputed possessor of bsr lather's millions. One of Auetin's ladies inqoired the other day of one of the merchants if be bad any matrimonial bankets, ah* being too polite to say cradle. A man In Salt Lake by the name of David Hugg got a divorce from his wife for ill-treatment. What kiud of a combi nation would yon call thia ? At will be seen by advertisement under " Now To dsy.” the Star Band intend giv ing a grand masquerade ball. It will taka plaoe on Tueeday. Jan. 3, 1693. A fail penman will writs at tbe rate of 60 words a minute, which means that in an honr’a steady writing be has drawn bis pen along a space of 300 yards. Eugeoe Howull baa boen laid np during the wook with a very severe attack of acute rboumatum and bae suffered greatly. Tbe loUsmmeltoo in bie eyea baa abated. Bo live that when you oumo to look youraelf spin a room with yonr oou aciance, yon will not feel like jumping out of a window to eacape It.— Tho Koad. An exchange aaya after eating onlona eat half a pound of llmburgor cbeeae and yonr beat girl will never mlatruat that you bava tailed that oSenaira rigetable. Jonathan Jewell, who need to mine in California and Nevada in early timer, waa inn over by a train and killed at Oreat Falla, Mont., laal week. He waa 92 yeara et age. The largtet telegraph c (lice in the world la in London lu the puetofhce. Iu it there ue over 3.000 operator! cnnatantly em* Toyed, about one third of whom ate toman. Charley Lambert, having Sniahed bla llat educational oourae, returned borne laal Thuraday to remain permanently. He •aya the aagebrueb Oountry ia good enough lor him. The altitude of Ueekwiib rate ia 6,192 laot and that of Hummll 8.302 feet. The drat named ia where the Han Francico and Oreat Balt Lake road will croaa the Bierla Nevada. Orm.by ia a Rood place for crlmloila to operate, aa it ia almoat impoaaible to con vict a man in ibo county. Some one of the Inumerable crauka hereabout, ale.}, gel. on iba lurioa.—Tribune. The Obl.1 0, |.olio8 0| VirRlnla city, Nevada, laaued an order laat Saturday to the property ownara of that place to lend of the auow In front of their place, of boriooca. llitber a novel order. Oapi. Jonu Smith died of pneumonia at Wmnetnucoa on the 2d iuat. Ue wae a f-faCi eud at oue time wae one of tha old time knight* of the ribbon, of Ibe Ifank Honk aobool. lie waa 85 year, of •Re. The Rireralde hotel company haa been organized it lieno with the following offi cer*: rrancl* Q. Newlanda, Preetdeot; Win. Thompaon, Vice Pre.ideol; Henry n Rule, Saoretary and 0. T. Render, Treaaurer. Ben Bandera, a Eureka attorney, oam* ie Thuraday morning and inlenda to per Bantly locate here. If there I* any one thing more than another that thia aeotion holly need#, it la another lawyer_White | fineNawa. The .ilrer market made a heavy break Wedneaday morning and fall to 821* *Bta. La-t Thuraday it waa reported “tea that ailver bad dropped to 80t|, but ;ht report could not be traced to any ’•'edition. Counterfeit 110 gold pitoaa era in circn JJjB lo Oregon end Weahington end houblleee come of them will find their to Nevada. They ere eald to be an 'hcelleut imitation and are readily taken (enuine. .A gold throne, of the value of 82,500, l» to be piaeon ted to Utc Pop* by the nailed xubroripllanr of all tha Roman Catbollo cathedrals in the world. It la to b« given to hie Hclioaca on the oecation of hia episcopal jubilee. Although a bicyolitl can ontspecd a borse, wolves can travel (aeler than a bicy cle. Thie latter fact wae discovered by a professional rider whtlo In Rnrala, and ha 00 donbt made good time, as the wolves were hungry and be wea in a hurry. A aurraat newspaper turn telle of a printer who bauged bimre.lt with the office towel. It is probably nutrue, revs the Newspaper Mao. If a primer wauled to commit suicide with the office towel he would be obliged to club blmrclf to deeth. Hdu. Tboe. Robinson returned from Salt Lake City last Thursday. He reports ibet tbe greet fell io the silver merkel will cause lb. closing down of neerly every mine in Utah, Mrs. Robinson came In with Rodger McMeuomle and met him at tbe train. R. Sadler received the tad Intelligence of the death of his mother, which oocurred yoaterfajj in San Francisco. The lady war aged 73 years. Mr. Sadler end bis family hare tbe sympathy of the Hextixf.l In their bereavement. Mr. Sadler lefliest evenlog for Sau Fraocisoo. J. L. (Doo) Calliron of Candelaria had aboutoompletad a handsome new residence on Oelifornia atreol, San Francisco. The oyoloue tbet struck tbe city of sin the first of Ibis mouth demolished It.—Chloride Belt. •' Too " ia a brother of James Calli sod, formerly a resident of Eureka. A Nora Scotia newspaper calls attention to a feeding boltlo (I. e nursing bottle) edrcrtlsement which coucludce with the words: " When the baby is doue driak iag It must be unscrewed and laid In a 0001 place under a tap. If Iba baby does not thrive on fresh milk, it should bo boiled.” This, It is remarked, ft a trills hard on the baby, Mr. A. C. Cassidy, brother of Hon Oeo. W. Cassidy, deoeaaed, arrived here last Tuesday, He came here lo visit Mrs Cassidy and look after the iuloresta of his brother’s estats. Mr. Cassidy is of tbs firm of Cassidy Brothers, of ths oeleLrated stock yards In East HI. Louis, Mr. He is a very intelligent and pleasant gentleman. Mr. Cassidy lesres for home next Mon dsy. Mrs Cassidy will acoomptny him a* far as Salt Lake. Sire ftlilptnesata. Owing to stormy weather the teams have not been able to haul aa much ore as usual, amt there has been a falling off in the Novemlier shipments of about one-thiril of tho usual amount. During the month tbe E. & l*. 11. K. Co. received for transporta tion a total of 1,498 tons, consigned to Salt Lake and other |K>ints as follows: Eureka District—Diamond mine, 6W0 tons; Eureka Con., 299 tons; Jack son, 140 tons; Richmond, 128 tons; Hamburg, 33 tons; Phcnix, 15 tons; Dunderberg, 15 tons; McGarry, 11 tons; Remington, JoluiHon A Co., 0 tons; Bowman, 0 tona; Thomas Rob inson, Newark, 37 tons and Sada Lindsay, Union, 17 tons. White Pino —From ltocco K r:\gnuzo, 50 tons ; C. A. Mathewson, 22 tons; S. Paul, 12 toryi and Zoanni Brothers, II tons. iriMtuon«1e Nlolen. Sacramento, Nov. 30.—Late this afternoon Chief of Police Rogers re ceived a dispatch from Mrs. T. O. Wheeler, a passenger on the rivor boat Modoc, slating that site had been robbed of a diamond pin and earrings while en route to this city. Thieves entered the stateroom during her ab sence and took the jewels. Owing to the storm the dispatch was not re ceived until a long time after the steamer had docked at this city. Mrs. Wheeler estimates her loss at $1,500. The case lots been turned over to a de tective (or investigation. The lady referred to aliovo is the mother of our fellow-townsmen, John T. and Samuel Wheeler. It is hoped that the thieves will be apprehended and tho jewels recovered. Tlie Urwuil Jury. Following is the Urand Jury which was drawn on Monday, Nov. 28, to he in attendance at the session of the District Court which will be hold iu Eureka on the 14th inat: J. B. Kid dle, Andy Loucks, F. (>. Gorman, L. W. Cromer, F. M. Heitman, B. Berg, Luther Clarke, (’has. A. Jones, K. McCharles, Sam Longley, A. Jackson, John McNaughton, J. P. Kennedy, Amos Plummer, A. D. Rock, Hiram Crowell, Mathew Murphy, E. Boom tiower, Maurice Hartnett, A. T. Spence, D. Falconer, Otis Fulton, John Torre, R. K. Morrison. Hmimlc Klcetlnu. At a regular meeting of Eureka Lodge No. 16, F. & A. M., held last Saturday evening, the following offi cers were elected for the ensuing yeai : John 11. Shoemaker, W. M.; J. H. Hoegh, S. \V.; Simon Fraser, J. \V.; It. Sadler, Treasurer; A. 1). Rock, Secretary; C. L. Broy, Charles Fer rari!, H. J. Keid, Trustees; M. L. tiregovich, S. I).; 1\ H. Hjul, J. 1).; Win. H. Tyler, Henry Kind, Stew ards; J. ti. Ford, Marshal; D. W. Levan, Tyler. of llio Urnml Jury, When the (jrand Jury meets next week there will he an opportunity lor t hose constant growlers about misman agement of county affairs to tiring to the attention of the said jury uny cases of omissions or commissions of dere lict county officials. We suspect, how ever, that those chronic growlers who have so much fault to tind are the very lust ones who will come tiefore that jury and bring charges to sustain their complaints. ■ ho hluriu, The late storm was the must severe amt continuous that lias visited this section of tlie country since tho Win ter of tho blockade. The wind blow continuously for eleven days, subsid ing last Saturday night about 10 o’clock, when a snowstorm followed. About ten incite* of snow fell in Eu reka and from eighteen inches to two feet in the mountains. At pres ent the roads in and out of town are iu a bad condition. Election of Hitlers. At a regular meeting of the Knights of Pythias field on the 2d inst., the following members were olected offi cers for the ensuing term: J. B. Holmes, C. C.; M. Moran, V. C.; P. H. Hjul, P.; A. Hintze, M. of E.; George Gavin, M. of F; James Wil son, K. of H. and S.; Peter Loh, M. at A.; Thomas Dale, Trustee. A llallroa.l Rumor* It is rumored that tlie Southern Pa cific Company have absorbed the itio Grande Western and that in conse quence thereof the Union Pacific will have a fight on its hands; further that the last named road will find a new western terminus by building at tin early date the Salt Lake and Loe Angeles road. Fretb Belt Ilieiog Buckwheat, ten cents per pound, at Lambert’*. The President tin Mlleer. Iii regard to the silver question President Harrison in his message says: “Congress lias been already advised that the invitations of this Government for the assembling of an International Monetary Confeience to consider the question of an enlarged issue of silver was accepted by the nations to which they were issued. The conference assembled at Brussels on the 22d of Noveint>er and has en tered upon the consideration of this great question. I have not doubted, and have taken occasion to express that belief as well in the invitations issued for this conference as in my public messages that the free coin age of silver upon an agreed inter national ratio, would greatly promote the interests of our people and equally those of other nations. It is too early to predict what results may i>c accomplished by the conference. It any temporary check or delay in tervenes I believe that very soon commercial conditions will compel the now reluctant governments to unite with the Uni ted States in this movement to secure the enlargement of the volume of money needed for the transaction of the business of the world.” The Itou limiting Hot Slur/, We have heard ot champion liars, but the pleasure of meeting with a real live one had never been accorded us until the other day. He looks about the same as any other man, tbero being no visible marks by which to distinguish him and the only way to tell one is to start him talking. The one we refer to had as his subject a pointer dog, of which he related the following amusing tale: “One calm, soft, October afternoon I was up in Santa Kosa canyon after quail. Most of the day had been passed in tramp ing with but an occasional shot, when coming down rather a steep incline into some tali grass a tine covey was flushed. Jack, the pointer, had worked well all day, but at this mo ment sight of him was lost. Mov ing on n pace I saw him lying flat, about ten feet ahead. After calling to him a number of times without any result I walked over and pushed him with my foot. As l did so lie moved his left foreleg and out flew a quail. After 1 had killed it he moved his right leg and again a bird took wing, and so on until lie had moved each leg, and I had bagged four birds. Jack was a trump.” And we may add so was his master.—.'■anta Kosa I>emocrat.__ Prof. I'oklrr's Mfullirr 1‘drec Hr. Lons, Mo., Dec. 2. My last bulletin gave forecasts of the storm wave to cross the continent from November 28th to December 3d, and the next will reach the Pacific Coast about the 8th, cross the western mountains by the close of the 9th, the great central valleys from the 10th to tlie 12th, and the Eastern States about the 13tli. The storm will liegin to in crease in force while in the Missis sippi Valley and will l*» ot very con siderable force in the Ohio Valley about the 12th. A cold wave will cross the western mountains about the lltli, the great central valleys about the 13th and the Eastern States about the 15lli. In the Northern States this cold wave will bo preceded by snows. These disturbances will cause more than the usual amount of rain and snow. 1%heu Usbrlrl Tools Ills Horn. The comet was the cause of a gen uine panic in parts of the South last week, especially in the region ad jacent to Lee county, Virginia, where an extraordinary child was recently horn. It was well developed, had a full and beautiful set of teeth, and long, flowing hair of a somber line. It was exceedingly pretty and seemed to b« |K>K(,essed of ull the mental fac ulties of maturity. One day last week, in a clear voice, it said : ‘‘Time here is short.” It then closed its eves and died. This event, coupled with the comet, created consternation throughout the entire section, and even the more sensible and eerious people, at latest accounts, were in a state of dread, and exacted at any moment to hear a blast from Gabriel’s horn. Ex<*lt«»iu«iil lit the Iloldeia llomte. East Sunday, says the People’s Ad vocate, Dr. llerdan went to his room in the Holden House, about noon, and to his astonishment found that a s piuw bad found his jug of liquor and was drunk and sound asleep in the Doctor’s bed. He immediately called the assistance of the Hheriff and finally succeeded in getting rid of the dusky maiden. On going down town the Doctor told some friends what had happened and one of tlienxumggested that Billy Jones had put up tlie job. “Val," said Moscu,” vat dees two pies lays on Billy Yones. Dot veller vas in Lodi, 05 miles uvay von dis dings vas. Dot Billy Yones must be one h—1 of a veller.” Clinuireil KuihIm. The Kvening News of Sacramento 1ms changed hands, Wells Drury, its founder, retiring, and J. A. Sheehan and J. H. Harris assuming control of the vapor. The News will advocate the principles of the Democratic party. Mr. Sheehan is not only a versatile writer, but a very forcible debater. He lias for years been assistant editor of the Sacramento Bee. Mr. Harris is one of the most popular news|>uper men in Sacramento, and if June fails to throw his reportorial lariat over an item and bring it into camp it w ill tie because the item is not worth catch ing. The Sentinel wishes the News success. Will lie Movixl. The building at Nogales, Arizona, which is known and talked of all over the United States as being on both sides of the line is to be moved, un der instructions of the United States authorities. It has long been a nov elty from the fact that one could go into tlio saloon and take a drink and step outside the door and be across the line, w here a large glass case contain ing a variety of cigarB was opened and you are asked to holp yourself, paving your money on the American side. The line runs through the cen ter of a very narrow sidewalk, the saloon being on the American side and the cigar case on the Mexican side. -— -#■ Children's school shoos, overshoes, snd ladies’ shoes snd overshoes. The strongest and cheapest ever seen in Eureka; also i hats and caps, at B. Berg's. * Knrr. fir. < hrnnlrl*. Miss Annie H. Martin, who edits i Ihe Carson Morning News, comes to the rescue of the Carsonites as fol lows: The Virginia Chronicle is con stantly harping upon the treatment of Virginians by Carsonites and charg ing our citizens with fleecing the inno cent inhabitants of the “City of Sin” every time they come to Carson. Now, we protest. The Virginia City man comes down here, spends two dollars and a half for liquor and then turns around am) borrows six and n half from tho man who sold him the “booze.” Fact. nmrvlioM of Aluminum. Aluminum horseshoes have been tried in one of tho Finnish cavalry regiments. A number of horses were shod on one fore foot and one hind foot with this metal, ordinary iron shoes being used on the other feet. At the end of six weeks, during which time the animals had been moving on a bard and stony road, it was found that the aluminum shoes had worn better than those of iron, and not one of the former had gone to pieces. Nothing Irrfgulnr. In commenting on the recently decided in the U. 8. Court in Carson City, the Enterprise says: There is nothing irregular in Marshal Kelly's accounts. The suit by the Govern ment was to recover mileage fees. There was some uncertainty as to the exact fees allowed tho Marshal for cer tain services, and the suit against his bondsmen was to recover the amounts collected by him over and above what it was alleged the law allowed. - - A Kpl«u<ll<l Uiri. Mrs. Pho be Hearst, widow of the late Senator Hearst, has intimated to tho Park Commissioners her intention to erect a museum building in Golden Gate Park, and that a fund of $1,000, 000 (or building the museum and sup porting it After it is built. In Mrs. ilcarst’s travel,she has collected many rare specimens and articles. This col lection will form the nucleus of the museum. When work will be begun is not known.—S. F. Report. -m — Amen t Virginia Chronicle: It is good very good. A nice morsel for free silver men to roll under their palates. Three notorious Democratic gold bugs went down in the recent cyclone— Herbert of Alabama, Hemphill of South Carolina and tho weeping, in sufferable Hoar of .Massachusetts were all defeated. For such blessings may the Ix>rd make the silver men truly thankful for the recent political cyclone. A Meteor to mill The Salt Lake Tribune says that a meteoric rock, fifteen inches in diam eter by twenty inches long, and in the elia|>e of an egg, was found a few days ago near Beaver City by some boys in a canyon. It is now in the possession of Mr. Davis of Beaver City, who talks of sending it to the World’s Fair. It weighs between 150 and ISO pounds. It looks much like lava ex cept that it is very smooth. Ah Important late. A case is now on the Supreme Court docket involving the right ot the State Board of Assessors to make horizontal raises. The people of Nve do not feel that they can afford to advance the money necessary to fight the case ns it involves the entire State. Would it not he a good plan for each county to subscribe pro rata, the amount neces sary to prosecute the cas«?—Carson Appeal. Uolil find Near Uglin. Considerable interest has bceu aroused in Ogden over the gold placer find about twenty miles southeast of the city. Only a small amount of development work has beendone, but the Indications are the very best. A few nuggets as large as i grain of wheat have been found and the pan ning yields well. Tonne America's ansacilion. '* What I can’t raise I'll gt without,” says the Western theoriier, as he pours another scuttleful of tofu on the fire and imagines he is getting rich. “ Let’s trade our corn, which we don’t want, for coal, which we do want,” suggests his little son, who is not olJ enough to understand the Tickedness of free trade heresy. Death of Mr*. Ualn, On the 2d inst., at Caison City, Mrs. C. E. Oates was stricken with paralysis, and died immediately. Mrs. Oates was the mother of dames H. Kinkead of Virginia City, Mrs. R. M. Clarke of Carson, Mis. Oeorge Oarv Lyon and Mrs. Edwin Belden Webster of Seattle. I’ostoftire Hook, Ntntlonery nu«l Variety Store. We bare juat received a full assortment of flue stationery. baae balls, marbles, tops; fresh garden seeds constantly on hand; feather dustore, playing cards, tooth picks, toilet paper; a doe assorlmeui of pens, inks, albums, sorsp books, perfumery, bird oages, ail kiuds of school books aud school supplies, blank books, memorandum books, aud all kiuds of tablets; a complete assortment of cutlery, pipea. cigarette", fine smoking and chewing tobacco of all tbo leading brands. Fine cigars a specially. A full line of toys, dolls, and everything else pertaining to a first-class variety store. Everything sold at the lowest prices. W. J. Smith, • Proprietor. Mr. J. C. Boswell, one of the best known ami most respected citteens of Brownwood, Texas, suffered with diarrluea for a long time and tried many different remedies without bene fit, until Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and lliarrlnea Remedy was used ; that relieved him at once. For sale by W. 11. Stowell, Main street, Eureka, Nev. _ _ For a sore throat there is nothing better than a flannel bandage damp ened with Chamberlain's l’ain Balm. It will nearlv always effect a cure in one night's time. This remedy is also a favorite for rheumatism and has cured many very severe cases. 50 cent bottles for sale by W. II. Stowell, druggist, Main street, Kureku, Nev. Hcutal Nolls*. I shall leave Knreka immediately after the holidays, to spend the Win ter in California. V. Hamilton, • Dentist. —--♦-* A oew etock ol Toji toil Stationary at MoOonnell’s. * RrlBhi I’rtMprrU. Attorney Farrington, who returned from Anatin Friday evening, informs the Klko Independent that tlio pros pect* for good times in that town are very bright. The Austin Mining Com pany are putting in a dynamo and propose to light the town with elec tricity. Me says the business men are all hopeful and have confidence in the future prosperity of their town. • lire f*r Pueiinional. The follow ing is said to he an excel lent remedy for pneumonia: One tablespoonful of castor oil, one table spoonful of flour of sulphur and one tablcspoonfiil of turpentine; mix well and take in one dose. ('lalrvojaut Kxaiuluadous Free. Our method of diagnosing diseases combines the benefits of thirty years of study and practical experience with the latest and best that progressive science can furnish, aided hy those wonderful intuitive perception* 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. Buttrhfibld, Syracuse, N. Y. En close lock of hair with name and age. t __ Mr. J. P. lilai/.e, an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa, narrowly e*ca(>ed one of the severest attacks of pneumonia while in the northern part of that Slat daring a recent blizzard, says the Saturday Review. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to drive Beveral miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he was unable to get warm, and inside of an hour after his return he was threatened with a severe case of pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaise sent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, of which he had often heard, and took a number of large doses. Me says the effect was wonderful and in a short time he was breathing quite easily. Me kept on taking the medicine and the next day was able to come to Des Moines. Mr. Blaise regards his cure as Bimply wonderful. For sale by W. H. Stowell, druggist, Main street, Eureka, Nev. When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K. Dalton, of I.uray, Russell county, Kansas, called at the laboratory of Chamberlain & Co., Des Moines, to bIiow them his six year old boy, whose life had been saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it having cured him of a severe attack of croup. Mr. Dalton is certain that it saved liis hoy’s life and is en thusiastic in his praise of the Remedy. For sale by W. M. Stowell, druggist, Main street, Eureka, Nev. W. II. Ulowell, Druggist and assayer. No. 3 Main treet, Eureka, Nevada. | Don’t forget that McCOJiNELL meet! all reductions amt sells goods as cheap as any house in town. ! California fresh oysters and fresh dressed chickens, at Lambert’s. ! NEW TO DAY J. W. Lambert’s PRICE LIST. Corrected Weekly. I will sell at my store, two doors north of the Postoffice, for CASH, the following articles: Ulbs Dry Granulated. $1 00 lOlbs Cube Sugar. 1 00 121 bs Extra C Sugar. 1 00 Creamery Butter, square blocks ... 75 Our Taste Hams per lb. 20 Fancy Boneless Bk'fast bacon per lb 20 Dried pealed Peaches, per lb. 25 Dried German Prunes, per lb. 15 Liverpool salt in 50 lb sacks. 2 00 Liverpool salt, per pound. 05 Macaroni, per box. 1 40 Spachetti, per box. . 1 40 Pickled Pigs Feet, per ft. 12l* Assorted Nuts, 5 fts for. 1 00 Gallon Pie Fruits, per can.. 60 Fresh Tomatoes, gal. cans. Fresh Tomatoes, six 2mb cans.... 1 00 Best Cal. Flonr, Photnix, per sack.. 1 75 Oat Meal, per 101b sack. 65 Yellow Corn Meal, per 101b sack.... 60 White Corn Meal per 101b sack. 60 Beit-Rising Buckwheat Flour, 101b sack . 1 00 Self-Risiog Buckwheat Floor, 51b packages. 50 lGftBox Extra Boda Crackers. 1 00 10ft Box Common Soda Crackers... 90 12 Bars Kirk’s Bavon Boap. 1 00 41hBar Imported Castile Boap. 75 SftBar Mottled Castile ^)ap . 40 12 Bars Star of the Kitchen, Boap.. 1 00 10 Bars Ivory Boap. 1 00 4ft Sal Soda. 25 3 Cans Condensed Lye,. 50 4 Pkgs of Obrn Starch,. 50 4 Pkgs of Sparkling Oloss Starch,.. 50 1 Gib Box Silver Qloss Starch,. 90 Peerless Mess mackerel, full weight 51b tiua. 1 50 lift Island Rice. 1 00 4 bunches, Mel. matches. 25 Egg* per doa . Eggs by the case. 2ft baking soda . 25 21b pkg mixed bird seed. 25 E«t6rn rneas pork, per ft. 15 51b sack of table salt .... 25 Fine cane syrup, per gal . 75 Dried Raspberries, per lb. 40 Morgan A Bona Sapalio, 3 oakes for. 50 Salt Salmon Bellies, per lb. 20 Pbtauii Flour, in 5001b lots, delivered anywhere in Eureka, at $3 40 per 1001b. Single sacks, $1 75. All kiuds of meals iu 100ft baits at prices in proportion. Fresh and Salt Water Fish will be re ceived at Lambert’s, by express, every Thursday. 1ST OTIOB. N otice is hereby given that we. the undersigned. will sell at public auc tion at the Courthouse door of the town of Eureka, ou Thursday, tbe 22d day of Decern her. 1k»2. at a o'clock r. u. of aalil day to the highest and best bidder, for cash, all of the right, title aud interest of the c '-partner ship heretofore existing between James A. Church. E. D. Church and E N. Robinson, de ceased, to the following described personal property, to wit: One lot of hardware and the railroad grade aud franchise, extending from the town of Eureka to the mouth of Pinto Can yon. for the purposo of closing out tbe prop erty aud bnalness of said partnership. All of said property is situated in Eureka county. flUfo. Nerad. JAMES A. CHURCH, EL1I1U D. CHURCH. Eureka, Not., No*. 19, 1802. nlS-td FOR SALE. rnHX DWELLING IIOCSE AN*) PREMISES. formerly * ctupied by R. M. Beatty, Esq., known as No 6, O’Neil Avenue, is uow offered i tor sale. All the furniture in the house is j .Uo for ealr. For p*— Eureka, Sov„ Nev IS, 189J. R. SADLER COMPANY, (Successors to R. SADLER), Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, DEALEBS IN General Merchandise, Farming Implements, and Machinery, All kinds of Miners’ Tools A N D Blasting and High Explosive Powder. Wholesale Liquor Dealers, And the Beit Stock on Hand in Eaitern Nevada. FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, WOOD, At Loweit Market Batei. goods delivered in vicinity op eureka. ■nrsks, IfsTsds, J*n. to, 1889. JOHN W. LAMBERT, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, Second door north of the Postoffice, --DEALER IN 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 * w w Alwmyg on hand, W Goods Delivered FREE OF CHARGE at short notice. Call and examine Prices at LAMBERT'S Grocery Store. * ff. J. CMlMill & Go., ORE BUY EBB AND SAMPLERS, HAVE been operating Sampling Works at OarliD, Nevada, for the past year, where they are per manently established. They aro pa)lug The Highest Market Price For Ores, And returns promptly made withio forty-eight hours after the ore reaches onr works. Set tlements made at New York tjuotat ons on day of sami ling. Give us a trial an 1 be convince!. For further particulars, address W. E. WEST, Malinger, au37-tf CABLIN, NEVADA. HIGHEST PRICE I1 III) -FOR— GOLD, SILVER —AND LEAD ORE8 -BY THE PORTLAND SMELTING -AND Refining Works, LJNNTON, OREGON. Reference: Bank of British Columbia, San Francisco and Portland. alO-Cm JOHN PARDV, MINING SURVEYOR. United States Deputy Mineral Suiveycr, of Nevada. AGENCY FOR FIRST-Cl,ASS FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANIES, AMD PACIFIC ATES SAVINGS LOAN AND B ILD NC COMPANY. OFFICE, IN 8UEET, (EUREKA, NEV. jyU-ltu OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. North Main atrcot. Eureka, Neruda. DANIEL BROWN, : i ! MBPIUTBB. OPEN DAY AND NICNT. Ojratara rarrlfMl dally by •!»»«*• and all tha dellonclnn of lha market kapl oonatantlj on hand. EL EC ANT PRIVATE ROOMS. In AbuudAuee. B. Berg has just received large con signments o/ fresh grajtes, cranberries and sweet potatoes, and is selling them at reduced prices. _$ Er courage home industry and buy you goods of Borg. t | BREWERIES AND SALOONS._ EUREKA BREWERY Corner of Main and Clark Streets, CHARLEY LAUTINSCHLAGER, . - Prop’? .BREWS THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Has the Finest Barroom In Eastern Nevada, and keeps on hand Beat brands of WINES, LIQUORSSCIGARS To be fcnnd in any market. Eureka, August 19, 1887. au20-tf San Francisco Brewery FRED M. HEITMAN A MRS. H. MAU, PROP'S SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a gen cral assortment of fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO.' :::::::::E::::::::::R By the wholesale and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all the latest newspapers mav be found Also, s flno Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. l^LUNCH served at all hoars. H. MAU k CO, Eureka, November 1,1&87. OHAS FERRAR1S' • Bool and Sto M, - ■ MAIN STREET, £URE A, NEV. Manufacturer and dealer in ROOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY DE BCUIPT10N. A rull and Well AMorlrd 1.1 it of loot Wear For Brut’s* Boys* loutIim, I.imIhm, SIUsw, Mlurfs nutl Children Always* uu llasid* My goods are specially aaloted from the best manufacturers of Eastern and Western Cities. PRICES REASONABLE.' To N|iut t rtiti Purcl>«N« rM uprt'UI ludHi'tuietttN art* offered. CUSTOM WORK A SPECIALTY REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Country order* always promptly attended to. o24 CHA3. FEUKAKI8. Proprietor. CHET BITCHELDERS ASSAY OFFICE. NOW WITH GERMANIA LEAD WORKS, MALT LAKE CITY. CYAH. If yon wish to see a ols»n stock of fresh groceries, go to I>, Nslbsu A Co.'I. *