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PUBLISHED ETERI SATURDAY BT 8KILLMAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1893. ■ VT1CB. All period indebted to the Sistijii. ere requested to meke immediate pay ment, aa the bnaineea of the Ute firm of Cassidy A Sklllman mast be settled up. Persons hoeing bilU against the UU firm will please present them. A. Skill***, Tmitee. Ranke, Neeada, May 19, 1899. Hem. tho*. Ammmmam, lion. Thomre Wren, who attend nd tho Silver Convention recently held nt Chicago a* the delegate from this ooanty, and subsequently We lted Washington at the opening of tho eitra session of Congress, addressed the eitisene of this place leet Saturday evening, giving his view* nt ooosidsrnhl* length upon th* work accomplished end to be accomplished by th* Chioago Con vention, the proepeots of silver legisla tion in Congress, th* ostlook for silver In the future end th* most effective coarse to be pnreaed by th# people of thi# Skate to eld th* silver east*. Th* speech wee too long foe publication in fell, bet w* give n brief synopses cf those portion* of moot interest. Mr. Wren said that nearly all of th* greet dailies ia tha large eitie* east af th* Kooky Mountains end north of th* Potomac were controlled by English and American money leaden, and thecr columns teemed daily with the aaoet outrageous falsehoods and moat misera ble claptrap aimed against silver. It is now known that English capitalist* have bought stock ia th* corporations that own some of thee* dallies for the pur pose of eaiag their cols mu* to edvanca English interest*. Nothing is to be hoped for from these p*f*** •<>» or in the fetnre. Tha holder* of America* securities both at home and abroad are bitterly opposed to tha remonatuatioa of silver for purely eelfitb reason*. Than par ties oan afford to spend million* of dol lars to prevent it* remonetisation, and from thia source the mooey is derived with which to snbeldixe newspapers, employ speakers and bribe public offi cials whenever bribery is possible and necessary. Through business connec tions with tb* bnnke nil over th* country they ere able to control nearly nil of the banker*, either by perauavioo or iotimidetioo, and through tb* bankers their employee and s great majority of the merchants, manofae tnrers and other* doing business with them by th* same means. They ere better organized, have more mooey nt command, act more promptly and more in harmoney than the friends of eilver. Th* contest between these foreign and American money lenders and the silver forces is a part, and th* princi pal part, of the fight tbet has gone on for oentnriee between the privileged oleeees end classes favored by specie) legislation. At the present time it is a oonteet between th* moneyed powers of England end the United State* end the people. The leaders of the Re publican party are all arrayed without exception against the people end in favor of th* moneyed power*. Tom Reed, who saami to ba acknowledged as tha ableat of these leader*, is not only the friend of the moneyed power* against tb* people, bet he ia alio the nnoompromiaing foe of silver and of Western interests generally. There is this to be said to hi« credit, however— ha is faithful to hi* section. As mnoh oannot be said for two other leaders of the party—Burroughs and Grosvernor, or MeKinlay, who ia neither true to tb* interests of bis State nor to eilver. McKinley voted, in the lower Hops* of Co agrees, for th* free ooinege of silver in the Forty-fifth Congress end subsequently for the Blend bill, and now denonnoes at dishonest th* dollars he aided in oreating. Nothing is to be hoped for from the Repnblictn party favorabl* to silver, and one of the ohlef aim* of the Silver party should b* to drive tbs Repnblioan party ont of ex isteooe, end especially to drive out of public life whenever and wherever they cen auch men es McKinley, Burroughs end Groaveoor, by the uee of the bal ance of power that they probably hold ia the State* in whioh those gentlemen reilde. Opposed to thee* anti-silver force* are all of the Industrial and labor organi zations of th* United State* and the debtor elasMs, and probably nina-tentha of all of the voters of the Southern States, exeept Maryland, and a large majority of the voters of all tha Statea lying weet of the great lakes and tha Ohio river. In the oities and towns of the East probably a majority of the voter* know little or nothing about the silver ques tion and bar* no opiniooa in regard to It. When eleotion day comes around they walk np to the polls, vote the party ticket they have been accustomed to vote without tho remotest idea of the vest Importance to the eonntry of the financial issues. Tut briefly wu the etetua ol the eilrer qaeetion emong the people ol the United Staten when the Silver Con vention met at Chicago. To oonateraot the influence ol a venal and oorrnpt prone, to more thoroughly organize the Iriende ol eilrer throngh oat the oonatry, to aronee them to re newed activity and aeon re oonoert ol notion, to edaoate the uneducated upon the eilrer qaeetion and to bring eaoh in flaeneea to bear apon membere ol Congreea at the extra eeeeion aa would aid eilrer, wee a part ol the work to which the Silver Conven tion nddreaaed iteelf. A general com mittee, coneletug ol one member from each State tad Territory, wee ap pointed to take charge of the fight in favor of ellver. Thie committee ap pointed an eiecntivn committee ol able, anneal end energetic friends of silver, end thie executive com mi I tee have been actively engaged in poehing the cans* of silver by every mean* possible. Tbe vote opoo lb* repeal of the Sherman law came too eoon after the ap pointment of tho committee for It* work to be nt ell effective in the lower Hone*. Tim* waa not given to communicate with lb* constituents of the member* of Congress who bed been elected as silver men bat provad recreant to their pledges when tbe vole cam* ap on the repeal of the Sherman lew. By this lime, however, letters are probably ar riving in Waebiagtoa from the constitu ent* of thee* gentle men, universally dis approving of their ooaree, and tending lo weaken the malign influence of the administration against ailver, and to strengthen it* friend* in the Senate. U there is on* thing in the world that a member of Congress fear* more than the displeasure of a dictatorial Freei drat it ia the dupJraaar* of kie court; t aeate. Stiver literatare is being now dwtrib ahed broadcast throughout the country, end mertiagw are being arranged and spanker* eunri I who are aM* and well inform ad to ai Irene the peeydo epoa tho ailver quanta** at then* meetaagu and in short a mn*s <mrM miner cumpeigm ie bsaug earned «a m LU of year « pell tarn wheu it wail tw men* effect; vr. I may to r« ntnaa but 1 believe that if the campaign a behalf of silver is carried an e* it hue beau brgau w* shall are a tveli rii ma;ority of straight oat ailver an ia fetor of free ,-xiace at the ratio of 1 to 16 elected to •he lower House of Ccwgreee aext year; sad at the Prsoedeatiel election four yean am re ere ahull elect a President un qaahaedif and cnneervedly in favor of the free coinage ol stiver. ffi can do mack m thie State to ad vance the silver interest*. There is now ao txcoe* for any mao in this State to de cue* to join the eilrer party. We have ;a the State some of the meanest gold bog* oa the faoe of the earth, not many, thank God, bat tbe few we here ere un tiring in trying to destroy oar chief in dustry, render oar property valueless and drive ua into exile to euro e liviog. They should be stumped out. I don’t know just how. We oan't drive them out of tbe State; we can't offer them per tonal violence, bat every other mesne should be adopted to itamp them out. Tbe men who applies tbe torch to our town ia not at dangerous an en emy at these men. A few of them are well known already, and every man, be he Republican or Democrat, diagniae his principles as he may, who doe* not now In tbe light of reoent event* join the silver party and work earnestly for silver, and silver alone, may safely be set down as a gold bug at heart. We ahonld also eeixe every opportu nity to advance tbe silver interests by the use of both tongue and pen; thous ands of our citizens can both talk and write, and reach frieada elsewhere, and ezerciae some influence in favor of ailver. Nevada and California are closely bound together by bneineu and personal rela tione. We believe oar oanee fairly pre sented will command the sympathy and support of California. One of the great dailiea of San Fran oieoo baa advooated the cause of ailver constantly and oonaietently, and its pro prietor ie entitled to tbe hearty good will and aseiatanoe of the people of thie State. Last year we extended some aid to that able champion of ailver, Congressman Caminetti of California. We have the power to render valuable aid to our friendi among tbe leading men of Cali fornia; we ahonld do it, and bind them to ns by hooke of steel. A 1IW HOVE IE TUB GAME. Editor C. C. Goodwin, in an editorial correepondenoe to hie paper, the Salt Lake Tribune, from Washington, D. C., baa unearthed a new move in the great game of eonapiraoy now being played by the gold bnge againat silver. He eaye a bargain has been entered into with the Republicans of the Eaat and the admin* iatration which includes a contract that the great manufacturers of the Eaat are not to be injured. The tariff will be itrioken from Western raw material, and trimmed a little on Eastern manu factured goods to correspond, but the only result will be to atop the establish ment of any new plants in the Sonth and West, while the heavy concerns will not be interfered with. It will be teen by this that the President actually controls both the'old parties in the East. After reading Mr. Goodwin’s eipose, it is readily understood why the Republi cans voted almost solidly for the repeal of the Sherman law in the House a short time ago. It ia also as equally under stood why such Republicans as Sherman, Hoar, Morrill, Hale and others, are do ing all in their power to assist a Demo cratic President to oarry out hie pet measure—the repeal of the Sherman law. The West and South are gaining too much strength to suit the East, and It is doing all it can to injure them. The demonetization of silver, whloh the East ie endeavoring to do, will com plete the job it has undertaken—to de stroy the West and South. The people of the latter sections should present an unbroken front and uae every means within their power to frustrate the plan for their destruction outlined by the enemy. The New York Demooratio State Con vention meets Ootober 5 to nominate a ticket for the election of November 7. Mr. Cleveland is not a candidate this year, and a short campaign is enough. The oity of Loodon drinks every year 45,000,000 gallons of malt liquor, 8,000, ■ 000 of wine and 1,500,000 gallons of spirits. (OLOBADO IB ALL BIMHT. Nail to California, Colorado ia tha largeat gold prod a car ia Amerioa; aad tha proa pact now ia that tha Caotaaaial State will take even more Important tank ia that breooh of mining. Thera ia no probability that it will aarpaaa California, for obeions raaaoaa; bo» ita gold proapeota aad ita gold mines, placers and quart’, will be developed ae they oever were before. The activity at Cripple Creek hae eaeamed eomething like the dimensions of old-time aicita meat; aad avaa tha famous Leadvilla District will ba converted into a gold region of no small importance. Up to this timo something like $12,000,000 in gold have been taken ont altogether, and it ia thought tha real deposits have not yet been touched. A number of schemes for tha develop menl of placer mi nee are projected, sev eral of which contemplate the employ ment of large capital and hundreds of men. John F. Champion, at tha heed of one enterprise, haa acquired 5,000 scree of lode and placer claims for de velopment. Operation* in the Leadvilla section heretofore have bean cooGnad to the pay dirt above tha water level, and m consequence the diggings have never gone below 45 feet, or to water level. It is now proposed to sink shafts to bed rock. or to a depth of 100 feet. Pump ing and hoisting machinery will ba pot in, the pay dirt raised to the surface, aad then sluiced and washed. After tbs value of the pay dirt below the water level baa been thoroogbiy tested, it ia th« intention to construct so immense bedrock flume in the Swan river, and by meant of modern and improved hy draulic apparatus, waah out the entire gulch to bedrock. The scheme it alto gether a very large one and involvee the expenditure of a vaat deal of money and the employment of much pluck, skill aud energy. But Leadville appeara to ba eqnal to the aituation. The debria of hoatile legialation may fill the atream of Colorado spirit and enterprise; but the current ia only diverted, not dammed.—Mining and Scientific Press. noiioi the bbavk. The fight the silver Senators are mak ing is a grand one. Compelled to meet in a eitj impregnated from core to rind with intense hatred of silver and ita ad vocates; pelted morning and evening with the slings and arrows of the great newspapers of the great Atlantio olties; covered with cowardly inanlt and facing an administration the strongest that has held the White House since the war, they meet in daily session, and, sparing neither physical comfort nor mental strain, they pile facts, logic and rhetoric, like Pelion upon Ossa, in defense of the people's rights and tbe American home. All honor to such Senators as Stewart, Teller, Peffer, Wolcott, Jones, Kyle, Cookrell, Vanoe, Allen, Waltham and the score of other Senators who stand as a breakwater against the deluge of mis ery in whiob the gold bug press, the gold bug President and the gold bng party would drown tbe country. All honor to tbe brave men, who, placing duty before submission, stand in the middle of the free coinage road and will not be budged from it until concessions are secured or exhaustion ends tbe fight.—Denver News. _ The Minneapolis Journal says that there are 63,000,000 people in the United States, 2,000,000 of whom are interested in silver mining. Hence it says that the free coinage proposition is in the in terest of 2,000,000 as against 61,000,000. This style of argument is cspable of vast possibilities. There are less than half a million interested in gold mining, hsnoe the gold standard is in the interest of 500,000 as against 66,500,000. There are about 3,500 national banks in the United States, employing 25,000 people; therefore, the national banking law is in favor of 25,000 as against 62,975,000. There is one President; therefore, the Constitution in this respeot is in favor of one man as against 62,999,999.—Silver State. Not one metropolitan paper in the East and not one of their eoboes in the West has yet explained how the repeal of the Sherman Aot will revive trade, enhance the price of products, create a demand in the West for the manufactured goods of the East. The unconditional repeal of the Sherman law will oontraot the currenoy $i,000,000 per month and make cash scarcer. Silver will be debased and discredited as money and people will horde their gold. Mean time the silver agitation would be kept op and the factories remain olosed. The only effect that unconditional repeal would have would be to make times harder. The New York Sun insists that Gov ernor Boiea declined a third term when he believed that the liquor queation, of which he waa tired, waa to be again the iaaoe, and that when it waa removed by the aotioo of the Republicana the Gov ernor ruahed into aotion for a campaign on national linea. It may look that way in the East, where Governor Boiea ia conaidered a Preaidential candidate. But the Governor ia never a candidate. He ia a Cincinnatua. A auicide mania ia aaid to be prevail ing in London and Paris at the present time, many of the viotims being young men and women in comfortable circum stances who have no apparent oauae of putting an end to themaelvea. It ia at tributed by aome to the long spell of hot dry weather which haa visited Europe this Summer. The New York dentiat who palled Mr. Cleveland1! teeth la talking a great deal more about it than other New Yorken wboee poll with the adminiatru tion ia a great deal etronger than hie. Senator Hill ia undoubtedly, aa he aaya, “uneorrupted by Federal patron age." If Federal patronage oould oor rupt him Senator Hill would atill be un eorrupted. HTBBMWTH BOB THB ***T Il is • matter of serious consideration whether, io the fight now being weged for ailvar u money of ultimate redemp tion, it would not be better, eo long ee free ooinsge cennot be ettnlned, to let the gold baga bore their own way end demonetise il in the Senate as it has been dona in the Hooee. The only ob jection to this that the Chronicle can perceive will be the impoeibility of pann ing any bill by C'ongrees daring the in oarabenoy of President Cleveland that will meet with bis approval. Bat if a compromise measure should be panned whereby some little silver should be ooined, the members of the old parties will claim all the credit of it, and de alers themselves bimetallists, and thus seek reputations which thsy nevsr earned. It ia a well known fact that silver cannot be produced at anything like the prioe at which it is now selling, and that it will only be mined when found in connection with gold. It ia a fact that any compromise which can now be passed, anleee it should bn a renewal of the Bland-Alli son Act, would be worth very little to the silver miners. So if silver should be thoroughly de monetised by the unconditional repeal of the Sherman Aot, it would give to the oause of free coinage an impetus with whioh they would go before the people io the Congressional elections neit year which nothing oould resist. All the people want is information upon this subject. The idea that our Government is not strong enough to un dertake free coinage of silver beaaose it could not maintain gold and silver on a parity 1s the dreariest sort of politioal rot.—Virginia Cbrooiole. Th* S». Louis Republic’s Nsw York correspondent writes tbst paper saying that Congressman Newlands, our repre sentative in Congress, has made a definite offer for th* editorial control of a Nsw York evening paper, which he propose* to run in th* interest of free ooinage. We hope th* statement is oorreot, as Mr. Newlands can be of great benefit to the cause of silver by giving his views on the great question through snob a medium published in the heart of gold bugiam. Their Flans (Spoiled. Those persons who have planned to go to th* World's Fair, and have seen all of their plans spoiled by financial depres sions, will perhaps feel better when they learn that even tb* great and powerful are subject to ths same vioiasitudss. Cbauncey M. Depew three times packed bis valise for a European trip the past Sommer, and each time had to give it up just before the boor for sailing. It was not that nobody would give him a free ticket, but that every time "a little bu* sines*” unattended to caused bis dates* tlon. The Stale Fair. The ninth annual State Fair given by the State Agricultural Society will begin at Reno next Monday and conclude on the 23d inst. The directors of the aooiety are doing all in their power to have the eoming fair ahead of any that has yet been held. The speed programme is n fine one, representing over $12,000, and will bring some of the beat horses on th* Coast to Reno.—Journal. Wood For ■cDads. Times are *6 hard in San Francisco that tha work of, evicting bad tenants had begun. Reoently Sheriff McDed* had in th* regular course of his duties to do some evloting. But when he saw a siok man stretched on a bed and hungry chil dren orying in their mother’s arms, he proposed to retire from the svioting busi ness then sod there, and he squalohed further proceedings by paying tb* rent out of his own pocket. With a Ural a or Balt. A Texas mao was sitting io a dark room reoantly when h* was attracted by tb* buzxing of a gold colored bng. Tak ing th* appearaooe of the bog as a fav orable omen, he followed it. It stopped direotly over au old well in a deserted field; tbsn the man went to digging and presently discovered a number of gold pieoes and some silver ooins. Another Klee Cleveland. Baby Ruth hat a dear little sister, and President Cleveland is probably tb* hap piest man in these United State*. Th* little stranger made her advent into this vale of tears at exactly 2 o'olock Satur day afternoon, and both mother and babe are doing remarkably well. Might Ba Wore*. Winnemuoca, aa wall aa any other plaoe, la pretty.doll at preaant, but at tbe'aame tithe oof a vacant house can ba bad for loVe Sir money. A* number of i paopla are jn qUeet of bouaaa and would willingly rent them If they wore to ba bad.—Silver &ate. i __ Aro We BerherlamaT Miaaioniry—Why did you not bring your wifa with yon to tbia country? Chineae Heathen—I fleide I dia, than aoma Mel lean man mally her, aod ba balbarian, and make bar do man’a work, waahaa and aonrbee and oookee. Aw Apeeile ef Freedom. Saya the Sacramento Baa: Robert G. Iogeraoll la out on tba aide of tba paopla on tba ailvar qoeetion. Ha ia a typical apoatla of freedom. Ha la for free thought, free speech, and fraa coinage of tilver. Chru Kvraae’ Trial. The trial of Chria Event, tba Califor nia train robber and allround deaperado, will begin at Freano on Ootober 30th. Hon. Wm. Woodburn of tbia State will ba one of hia dafendara. Nevada Mlaera. There era lean than 500 minara em ployed in tba whole State of Nevada, and 300 of them are employed at preaant oa tba Co ms took.—Silver State. Ex-Preaidant Harriaoo carat notbiog about fnr tea ling now. All hia aklna ware hung oa tba (aaaa last yaw. wall Tied. A Juatioa of the Peso* ia Sanderavilla, Oa., being oallad upon to perform a mar riage oeremony, is accused of ooncluding with: •• By tha authority eeated in me aa aa officer of the State of Georgia, which ia aometimea called the Empire State of the Sooth; by tha fielde of cot ton that lia spread out In anowy white ness around ua; by tha howl of tha coon dog, and tha ground vine, whose dinging tendrils will ahade the entrance to your bumble dwelling plaoe; by tha red and luadona heart of the watermelon, whoa* •wsetoesa fills the heart with joy; by the heavens and earth, in the preaanoe o these witnesses, I pronounce you man and wife.”—New York Times. Te Arrive Today. B. Berg will receive by this afternoon’* train the following named freeh vege tables: Radishes, young onion*, lettoca, green peas, spionioh, asparagus, oauli flower and rhnbarb, all of whloh he will •ell at bedrock prices. ” NEflTTO-DAY LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS RBMAIMIBO IB THK POSTOniOI AT lureka. Bev. ea lbs loth day of Sept., taws. Persons calling for any of these letters will plaaae ear ••Advertised Sept 1«, 1*93:M Bradley, Geo V Flllplnl M Borts. Krasina H t'lbhloll, Olaooma Bortt. Henry Ollroy, Charley Benson. O Gaiyonon, Louis Baker A Young, Klelnbaus, A Bacon, W A O'Bilen, P 11-3 Crlatlan. Mick W. 1. SMITH, P. M. Boar! of_Eonalizalion Notice is hereby given that the Clerk of the Board of County Commie •loners of Eureke county, State of Nevede. bee this dey received from the Assessor of the aforesaid county the certified Tax List or As •eminent Roll for the year A. D. 1893; also, the original Hat of proparty and map book for said year, and that the Board of County Commie eionere of Eureke county, Nevada, will meat as a Board of Equalization In the office of the County Clerk, in the Courthouse, In the town of Eureke, Eureka county. State of Nevada, each day from the hour of l o’clock r.u. to 4 o’clock r. n., on September 19, 26 and 90, A. D. 1893, to and Including the 2d day of October, A. D. 1898. P. H. HARMON, Clerk of the Board of Equalization. Dated Sept. 11.1898. alt-td NOTICE To Grand Jurors. All members or tub orand joky ife nquMtnl to DM Dt th, Couthou. .110 o'clock a. od Wednesday, sept. 17,1H«. A. JACKSON, Foremen. Eur.ke, Nee., Kept. It. 1«W. el«-td BUCKS FOR SALE. HAVE ON BAND AND FOR BALI AT Roberts Creek, 95 miles northwest of Eureka, 260 heed of two end three year old thoroughbred and graded Spanish and Frenob Bucks, most all of which were Imported from California last year. J. O. FORD A CO. Elko Independent, White Pine News and Austin Reveille please copy for one month and send bill to this office. s9>lm OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. North Mtin atrMt, Eonh., Nnidi. Mil. JULIA MORI, l l l MIMIITII. OHN DAY AND NIGHT. Of.t.n nmi.m d.llr k/ .i.nm ud til th. dalluolH of th. uik.I k.pt oonitaailp oa hud. ■LKOANT PRIVATI ROOMS. Eureka Restaurant ■Ml MM MOTH OF THI OFEIA NMII. Mrs. p. t. Ucbridk takes pleasure la announcing that ah* baa opanad the Eureka Reetanraot, and reapectfull; aaka the patronage ol the public. MEALS SERVEDJT 25C. EACH. Alweje on tala FRESH BREAD, PIES and DOUGHNUTS. Erer; thing eorupulouel; clean. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Eureka, Auguat 16, DM3 • aoNSlm C. HAMILTON, DHNTIST. Qfficr in the toumo building, IE the real o< the Snjmnii. offlca. ureka, Na>„ April 1«, DM3. alt U INFLUENZA, Or La Grippe, though occasionally epi demic, Is always more or less prevalent. The best remedy for this complaint is Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. “Last Spring, I was taken down with La Grippe. At times I was completely pros trated, and so difficult was my breathing that my breast seemed as If confined in aa iron cage. I procured a bottle of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner had I began taking It than relief followed. I could not be lieve that the eBegt would be so rapid and the cure so complete. It Is truly a wonderful med icine.”—W. H. Williams, Crook City, A D. AYER’S • Cherry Pectoral Prompt to act,sure tooure D. NATHAN. H. KIND. D. NATHAN & GO., GENERAL DEALERS IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC GROCERIES. Plug and Fine Cut Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos—Plain and Fancy Crockery. HARDWARE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. FARMER’S IMPLEMENTS, ETC. A Full Line of Cutting’s Canned Goods. Clougn’s Hams and Bacon. Pure Leaf Lard. HAY, GRAIN, AND WOOD. Farmer’s Produce of All Kinds Bought and Sold. ALL GOODS GUARWTEED AS REPRESENTED. Aaani rom tbs xvzvbo iafbtt fowobi oo. Remington,Jolm$on4Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Hardware, Groceries, -AMO Mining Supplies of all Kinds. CALL AND EIAMUfE GOODS t PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEfM TRUSTEE^ SALE. Notice of Sale of the Copartnenfclp Prop erty of the Late Firm of Canidy k Skillman. Notice is heheby oivf.h that the undersigned, surviving partner of the late firm of Cassidy k Hklllman, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the premises, known aa the Sentinel bond ing, In the town of Eureka, county of Kureka, on Hatnrday ibe 17th day ef Jane, IKNi For the purpose of closing up the busi ness of eald copartnership, the following described real property, vis: the half interest of the lets (Wo. W. Oaaeidy in and to the Sentinel Building, and lot on which it Is situ ated, the same being known as lot 14, in block 41, In said town and couuty of Eureka, State of Nevada. The terms of sale are oash. The sale will take place between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock a. m. A. MKILI.MAN, Trustee. Eureka, Nevada, June 9, 1993, Je8 td POSTPONED, The above tale le postponed to BATVBDAY, July 8, 1996, to take place st the sain* hour and place. A SKILL*AN, Trustee. Eureka, Ner., June 16. 1*93. Jel7 td POSTPONED. The above sale Is postponed to Saturday, July 29, 1993, at the same hour and place. A. HKILL*AN, Trustee Eureka, Nevada, July 8,1993. Jyfrid POSTPONED. The above sale haa been postponed to Satur day, Bept. 9, 1893, at tha same hour and placa. A. SKILL* AS. Trust#*. Burska. July 29.1993. Jy29-td POSTPONED. Tha abova sals haa been postponed to Satur day. October 7, 1993, at the same hour and plaea. A. UK ILL* AN, Trustee. Eureka. Sept. 9,1998. rt-td IsTOTIOE. Ia ilia District Coart of tho IUU •t Irvtdt, Baraka Caaaty. In the Matter of the Batete of ▲. D. Rock, D eoeend. Notice is hereby giver that jambs 0. Powell bee filed with the Clerk of •eld Court e petition praying for Letter* Testamentary of the estate of A. D. Bock, de ceased, and that Friday, the 15th day of atember, lilts, at 10 o’clock A. u , the safate ug a day of th* regular session of aald Court, at the Courthouse, and In the Court room thereof, id the town of Eureka, said county and State, has been set by the Clerk foe the hearing of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and •how cause why aald petition should not be granted. IR W1TNRHH WHEREOF I HATH HERE unto set my hand officially and £0V4b] affixed the aeel of said Court this 33d day of August, INS. r. H. IIABMOR, Count? Clark, Eureka county, Raved*, sod ex officio Clerk of said Court. Purus Bn bin, Attorney for Petitioner. S036-3I Notice to Creditors la tho BUtrlct Court or Abo till* of Imtt, Ka„kt County. Ik th* Mat to of th* Estate of PhlUlp Bloatt, Ptc—kid. Notice ia bebeby given by the and (nigs ad. Administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against eeld decceaed, to ex hibit the same with the necessary vouchers within four months from the tret publication of thle notice to th* undersigned et the office of Thos. Wren, In the town of Eureka, county and Btat* aforoaald. HAKBY BLUETT. Admialatrator. Eureka, Nevada, July t», ldM. jytN-Sw INFORMATION WANTED. THFOB1IATION U WANTED OP TIIB A- where, bouta of TllKODOBB SNELL, who U auppoeeil to boro loft Eoroko about tou jaaraago. Thare baa propertp beau left him at Eauta Paula. California. Addraaa. 0. N. BAKES, “TPA-lm* ante Paula, OaUfornla. UORLD’S P1IR FREE! Any porson sending their ad dress to either of the under signed agents of THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE MD ST. PAUL RAILWAY Will be sent FREE of charges picture 14x20 inches in size of tho World's Fair buildings, e map of the United States, map of Chioago and other valuable information. JOHN H. KEENE, Commercial Ageet JOHN H. ALLEN. Trav., FI. and I’aaa. Agt., Boob B M or land Block, 15 VV. Saoond Soatl atraal, Salt Lake City, Utah. Sta tion thia paper. The Ma County But (•oeaeaeot 10 featca * Oe.) Capital 8took, • 100,000 Will but Aim er l_ nexAM* M Ban Tranotaeo, law Tart. La^M ** Ur pfinal pal Baetern and Swopeaa MB B.OILMAH.U.-SS82 a s. MoaaisoN .rtaa mjeai MOKITX .0,“" ■tala* aatf Oltar •ad Bald aa Oaaalalaa. Batata. March 1.1»»0._ CHAS FERRARI!' Ml III SM sin MAIN STRICT, EUREKA "«v< Manufacturer and dealer ** BOOTS AND SHOES OF RTEBt p*’ soRimoN. ^ A Fall aad Well AiMlI"! Uan « Fool Wear Far WeaU. *•**’ Youlbo. I.adlee, Wieses. «!*•»• aad Children Alwa»# aa 11 aad. HE good* AT# (pecUllF eeleled ,r<,B1 meuufectarere ol Eeetani uJ Weelera » PRICCS RIASORABLE* Ta A pa* i’aah rarehaeere ******* ladaeeuieate are eFrred. CUSTOM WORE A SPECIALTY. REPA®*' NEATLY DONE. Conn try order, elweyt promptly »tuoa'*,, oM CHAS. EERHARIS. Proprlear ST. MABY’S ACADEMY, Salt Lake City> _„.00»DCOT»D »* ,M SISTERS of tie HOLY CROSS. m || Stadia* lot boarder* end day P«P,to * ruaumad th* drat Monday in Saptambar. BVTEBMS MODEKATE. Bond ralaranot. Eor oataloga*. draoiaa abort. jyiB-ld^ t kalea er*aa»*“; u A fine line o (fresh groceries rosy found at McConnell’s, next door of Stowell’B drug store.