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g.ti*rt of LiT.ly Inter#.! to the OgnernM^ender. lh4 people.—Orovet Cleveland. ' r0,r ia»ee-if you are able to do «o. gj|4y .ell. In Auetin. Ner.. at *1 10 per "?*i and virtue often lire very oloee to Lambert returned laet Saturday inn California. jaU Biddle, of the Hay Baooh, vteiled nn jut Sunday. fk. laieil New Tor. quotation foe ellver lead. M SO. anoerloleudent Bead of the Diamond yfi yMterday for Salt Lake. Tb, weather daring the peel week baa J, lovely, with cool nlghte. Foaler loot Mike) the weather eharp. ajiaitorm will reaoh here about to-mor .'neeeeiful play-Cnlling a mao who ^ t«o pair when you have three of a tied. Tke girl wbo laughe In her eleeve now a Itri kae plenty of room for her merrl oNl D, o. Hamilton the dentiat, returned toediy fr<>m a profeeelonal trip at Hamll Wi While Fine oounly. Tbomae Short and John T. Baker ar Hnd here by private conveyanoe from jjto eounly on Thuredny. gir Iforeton Frewen regarde Senator ;wm of Nevada ae one of the ableet (loan gel dehatere In the world. Petboe. poverty, trouble and etrife; Hoe along, dig along, alch le life I —Atlanta Journal. Jobe K. Colllor, a Montana mao, hue "broken the record." He wae married, dlforced and enfolded all In a week. Jodge Cheney granted three dlvoroea at lliao leal week.—Ex. Beno ie getting to bi pretty nearly ae bad ae San Franoteco. ■in of oeoeeeity are given op to buei Hii and depend upon women to furnieh tbe latellecloral and epirilual tide of life. Then are In New York 65 inrvlvore of lb. vileram of 1812, all of whom are over Hjiari of age. aod eight more than 100. Proipeetore have great faith la the per auincy and rlobneee of tbe gold minee ii MDlheaetera Nevada.—Ploehe Uncord. To Tambien, Oovernor Wintrre' hone, voe the great matoh raoe at Hawthorne. V. T . leel Saturday, a mile and a quarter molt. Tba Elko Independent learna that tbe friradaol Hon. Tbomaa Wren and 0. C. Powaing are booming them for lb* nail Oovarnor. Tbe Belmont Courier thlnke there will ba a great demand (or Nevada beef and potatoee during tbe Han Fraucieco Mid aimer Fair. Tbe Board of County Commleaionere till meet neil Monday. I'rreona baaing bill# againal tbe eonnly abunld preaenl them to-day. , Called Stale# Dletrict Attorney Timber and Uoitod Hlatea Marabal Hampbreya are here on Government land bovine**. , Tba Confarene* Committee of lb* Honae ud Senate ha* agreed upon tbe bill to llipeod for on* year aaeeamant work upon mining clalmt. ( Mr*. Tel Heno. a Japan*** lawyer, ia taid to b* the only feminine member of lb* bar 1 ia the land of Ibe Mikado. Hb* waa edn* I fitted in Koglaad. , Tbe Midwinter Fair In Han Franciaeo ia to be called Hnnact City. The pioneer aewaptper projected by Ham Darla will be I located on Ulllygoal alley. ( A Connecticut woman aued her hnaband for divorce and woe, in order to marry ' mother man. Now the 1* aning tbe other ‘ nan for breach of promite. j la the#* Umaa of Ananoiai alrlageney it , •fiercely par* lb* nimble bouaewife to go through ber hubby'a ololbea when be ia 1 looked In tbe arm* of eleep. drat# Talley ia the booming mining •top of tbe Ooaal now. Eight hundred ■inert are working, and thirty gold quart* ' ■Iota are in operation tbere. I If tbe hair baa been mad* to grow a ( tatural oolor on bald bead* In tbouaanda of oaie*. by uaing Hall'e Hair Hentwer, < thy will it not ia your caa* f , Wben you bear a man and bit wife quar reling, oome away eoflly and don't tay a word. Tbere are acene* in thl# world loo \ •aored to be intruded upon by any on*. A poor California ransber leaaed bit | ranch to a Chinaman for 91 SO. Tb* Obi atmen Immediately opened a rich gravel gold min* on tb* place and bae already at tree led 930.000. Leal Tueaday Jerry Ahern banled In from Currant Creek, Ny* County, fifteen | tout of apple*. Tb* probablllllaa are that , apple* will be aa cheap ber* aa potato** daring tb* Winter. At Newark, N. J.. Albert Ellewortb pleaded guilty to kitting another man’* wife and waa aeutenoed to publloly kite hi# own wife, wbiob be did witbgoato, and tba waa reoonotled. Sam Longley, for a number of year* foreman of tbe iticbmond Mining Com pany, and wbo ba* been In poor health for aom* time, left Monday to try a ohange of alimat* in California. The trial ol George M. Pareooe. who eowerdly murdered a tramp named Janie* Hamilton near Virginia City laat Hpring, la h*ing bald at Carton. Mooh trouble wat txperlenoad In getting a jury. The laleat oauea eelebr* In tb* London •ourta ha* (or the plaintiff a young woman who lately bad tb* mielortnne to (all and break a leg while danoing at a ball. She b»* aued bar partner lor damage*. One ol tbe prattieat women in Londou aoolety la aaid to plunge a towel in very hot water, wring It out and leave it on her laoe (or hall an hour every night before going to bed Inatead ol waabtog, and Ibie lady baa no wrinkle*. The Voorhee* repeal bill, wbtob patted the Heoate laat Monday and waa expected to have pateed tb* Hout* laat Thurtday, •eem* to bare lingered by tbe wayeide. Nothing baa been received bere op to tb* preeent writing bringing the Information at to ita paaaage in tb* Lower Hooae. Early laat Saturday morning tome one broke Into tb* rear of 11. A. McKtm'e bar aaaaahopaud atol* a new aaddla, bridle and pair ol apure. The properly waa found toon alter nnder a wagon on tbe atreel In the rear ol MoKim’a ehop. It ie anppoeed lb* thief wat ecar*d by tome pereoo ap proaching and dropped hia ataalinga under tb* wagon. In tbeaa depratted time* a etreak ol good laok It very acceptable. Dame Fortune it al the preeent time amillng on our old townaman, Doo. Harrla. He bat a laat* o* the Friday, on* ol tb* mine* ol tb* Hamburg aerie*, and i* doing flral-rate. Heaayab* ie making lour tbipmenlaof •'• par month, a abipment conalating ol lb tone, llut wbera the luokleat part ol it •omea in (now that tb* gold bug* bare ■*ept allver off tb* earth) it that lb* or* tveragea about (40 in gold and only two •' three ouuoea in allver per loo. Doc. ■eye where be commenced work, prevloua to atrtklng thia or* body, there were no more lodioationa ol or* to b* e**n tbao are to be obeervad In tbe mountain eaatol Eu |*lt. Had tb* tunnol that ran into tb* "°dy ol or* been driven lour (**t higher or the atm* dlatano* lower down tbe moun tain be wonld bare miaeed tbe bonanea to*t la rewarding him eo handeomely now. He alto taye the Iron wbiob tb* or* oon mm pay* I or it* working. Mr. Harrla '•marked that while Ihloge did not oome JJght lor him to vlait tb* World’* Fair at Chicago, be will b* on band al tb* opening •• tb* Midwinter Fair al Ban Franolaoo, horringaccident*. Tb* 8x*ti*ei, la pleaaed Jo record thU etrlke. not only lor lb* good It will do th* dtatriot, but a* a verification o> what an indomitable will and a tenacity o* Purpoa* will aooompllab. For tbi* ***•<>■ Mr. Harrie ia entitle! to lb* beet ^oh that may over take him. 1 *••••* Mmrrmm Harm. Marcus Morris, the well-known dry good* merchant on Main street, died at his residence a week ago last Friday. He had been quite ill (or two weeks, but was recovering and anticipated leaving his room on the following day. He sat up for a short time in the eve ning, and in the meantime chatted and joked with his wife. He had returned to his bed but a short time when he grew suddenly worse and died of neur algia of the heart. His death was quite unexpected, and was a surprise to all who heard of it. Mr. Morris was a kind-hearted man, good husband and a good citizen, and enjoyed the friend ship and respect of this and the neigh boring communities. His death is sincerely regretted by a numerous cir cle of friends, with whom the Sentinel joins in codolence with his bereaved widow and children—three boy* and two girls. Mr*. Morris accompanied the remains last Monday to San Fran cisco, where they were interred in the Jewish Cemetery under the auspices of the B’nai Brith Society on Wed nesday last. Iteceased came to eastern Nevada early in Hie 70’s, and made his head quarters at Hamilton, White Pine county, about two years before the de structive fire which laid that town in ashes. In 1877 he returned to Prussia, where he married the widow who is now left to mourn him. He had occu pied the store on Main street for the last eight years and did a thriving bu siness, enjoying the confidence and esteem of his patrons. He was a native of Kxin, Prussia, aged 49 years, 10 months and 19 days. Peace to his ashes. Complimentary. A Washington correspondent of tho Keno Journal gives the following com plimentary send off to our young towns man : George A. Bartlett, of Eureka, who was admitted to the bar in Ne vada and who has studied law with flon. Thomas Wren, arrived in the :ity a few weeks ago and has entered he senior class of the Georgetown Law Jollege, from which institution he ex pects to graduate next June, when it s his intention to return to the Sage irush State and engage in the practice if law. He is an exceedingly bright roung man, whose energy and ability vilt bring him to the front in Nevada lome day. A Drllllna Solrh. The Nevada City Transcript says hat Thomas Jennings, the well-known Diddle weight npper drill miner of Colorado, has challenged Thomas Nin ies, late of Montaua, but now of Ne eds City, to an upper double drilling aatch, to take place inside of thirty lays for $100 a side. The match will irobably take place in Nevada City, loth parties are experienced in min Dg drilling and the event will be looked pon with great interest by the miners u this part oi the country. Boys, Work Oat His Problem. An exchange says, “ Boys, if you rill take the trouble to work out the ollowing problem carefully, it will how exactly what good people think >f you: Place the year of your birth >n a piece of paper; add your age to 'our birthday this year; multiply the esult by 1000 and subtract 678,423. luhstitute for figures letters of the al ihabet, i. e., a for 1, b for 2, c for 3, itc., and read the result carefully.” lalormotloa Wanted. Johnnie Hunter left the State Or ilian’s Home at Carson about the 13th if last month. He is of light complex on, blue eyes and is about fourteen lears old. Is believed to be working it some ranch near Keno. Any one mowing the whereabouts of the boy will confer a great favor by writing to lis mother, Mrs. Liuie Foster, Pioche, Nevada. __ Bull of Honor, Mineral Hiu, Nov. 1, 1893. Following is the roll of honor of the Mineral Hill school for the month end ng Oct. 27, 1893: Neva Plummer, 97; ieorgia Buchanan, 96; Willie Bu ll anan, 96; Liixie Clark, 96; Bessie Buchanan, 96; Willie Flynn, 95; Lix iis Kand, 95. Number of boys en rolled, 7; number of gills enrolled, 8. Grace E. Palmer, Teacher. Nalclde of “«lf Took.” C. B. Wadleigh, better known in thi* vicinity as “Big Yank,’’ a sport ing man, is reported to have committed ■uicide in Pioche a few days ago by cutting his throat. Wadleigh left F.u reka some ten years ago. We did not learn the cause of the suicide. He was a native of Maine, and aged about 57 years. A KaSe far the Midwinter Fair. A circular from the Southern Pacific Railroad Company states that the fare from Palisade to San Francisco, during the Midwinter Fair, will be $26 60 for the tound trip. The conditions gov erning the limitation of tickets from Palisade will allow ten days in San Francisco.___ Becoming Civilised. The Silver State says the potatoes, carrots and turnip# exhibited at the Winnemucca Fair by the Piute Indi ans, who raised these vegetables on their farm near Fort McDermit, show the Indians are not only becoming civ ilized, but that they are industrious as well. A turnip which comes from this farm weighs no less than eight pounds. __ A gliarp Heeler. Doctor A.—“Why do you always make such particular inquiries as to what your patients eat 7 Does that as sist you in your diagnosis?’’ Doctor B._“ Not that, but it enables me to ascertain their’socisl position and ar range my fees accordingly."—Neue Zeit. tub MAMqi bra ns. The Rrbtktk Ball m tarnM. Ttie Kebekah ball, which took place at the Opera House on Friday even* ing of last week, was one of the most enjoyable social affairs that has taken place in Eureka for a long time. The Kebekah ladies exerted themselves to make everything as pleasant as possi ble for the merry maskers, in which they were very successful. The mask parties given by the Kebekahs have become very popular with our ball going people. The attendance was quite large, considering the dull times here. There were some seventy mask ers on the main floor, and the gallery was well filled with spectators. The music was the best that could be pro cured here, which was led by Prof. Rice on the violin, assisted by Billy Sampson at the piano and Bisto Mar chiochi on the clarionet. Following are the names of the maskers and the characters they rep resented: ladies : Mrs. Wm. Zadow—The Man in the Moon. Mrs. H. Cronant—A Poor Old Un fortunate. Mrs. E. A. McConnell—Ilall’s Hair Restorer. Mrs. Ed. McCormick—Black As I Can Be. Mrs. O. A. Flether—Domino. Mrs. F. McNamee—Domino. Mrs. M. Terrill—The Rose of .Sharon. Mrs. F. E. Khaw—Evening Dress. Mrs. J. Gregovich—Pocahontas. Mrs. K. Sadler—.Spanish Girl. Mr*. H. J. Hooper—Night. Mr*. If. Holmes—Evening Dress. Mrs. H. Pepper—Mrs. Grover Cleve land. Mrs. B. L. Mareisclii—Evening Dress. Mrs. Heny Kives—Evening Dress. Mrs. J. G. Ford—Evening Dress. Mrs. A. E. Kaye—Evening Dress. Mrs. S. Wheeler—Evening Dress. Miss Polly Powell—Evening Dress. Miss Maud Kives—Evening Dress. Miss Ida Hancock—Evening Dress. Miss Annie Young—Mother Hub bard. Miss Alice Greenwood-French Maid. Miss Minnie Kohler—Old Fashioned Lady. Miss Annie A. I.ucey—Domino. Misa May Haley—Carrier Dove. Miss Clara Boomhower— Domino. Miss M. McAskill—Domino. MissN. J. Diamond—Evening Dress. Miss Annie McGarry—Toboggan. Miss Nettie Connover—Evening Dress. Miss Sophie Berg—Japanese I-ady. Miss L. Kopp—Domino. Misa M. Nulty—Enreka Squaw. Miss M. Kopp— Dottie Dimple. GENTLEMEN i Ed. McCormick—Evening Dress. John Hancock—Count of Monte Cristo. Wm. Zadow—Baby Ruth’s Grand mother. Tony Ferraris— Itomino. Martin Brown—Domino. A. E. Kaye—Evening Dress. 8. Wheeler—Evening Dress. M. Scheeline—Evening Dress. George Andrews—Domino. Felix Maggini—French General. Nick Cbristano—Cat's-eyes. Kollin E. Cromer—Orang-outang. Leonard McGarry—Domino. J. B. Tinglev—Sir Knight. Charles Breraenkampf—Domino. Claedo R. Ford—Jack Tar. C. H. Hjul—Half and Half. Willie Reynolds—Domino. F. R. McNamee—Evening Dress. Wes Lambert—Tom Thumb. H. C. Nelson—Domino. J. Nathan—Evening Dross. Eugene Howell—Evening Drees. R. Travers—Domino. John Jury—Just As I Am. F. R. Perry—The Fat Dude. James Jenkin—Evening Dress. W. J. Buckle—Negro Wench. Robert Laird—Miner. R. Manuel—Uncle Sam. Harry Baker—Domino. Ray Baker—Domino. Johnnie Shoemaker—Domino. W. J. Hooper—Sheckells’ Ghost. W. L. Kuelin—Domino. Frank Kopp—Domino. W. C. Powell—Clown. Austin Jackson—Cleveland’s New Land Agent. A. B. Culten—Domino. E. A. McConnell—Domino. Robert Donnelly—Clown. A Multimillionaire's Keoaomy. It is told of C. F. Huntington that recently upon hie receiving a email package a relative discarded the paper and twine, throwing them into the waste-paper basket. Mr. Huntington arose, and, continuing hla talk with some gentlemen present, apparently unconsciously took the paper out of the basket, neatly folded it, and tak ing care of the string, placed them both in a drawer for future use. One of the paity remarking that that was close economy. Mr. Huntington re marked that between that and extrav agance there was a wide gap. But Mr. Huntington in 1849 ran a hardware store in California, and paper and twine were not readily obtained, and he prob ably acquired the habit of closely sav ing these two articles. They Meed It. The people who need more religion are: The man who lets his horse stand all day in the rain without a blanket; the man who growls like a beast with a sore head when his wife asks him for money; the who whispers around that some other is not just what she ought to be; the preacher who is always looking for an easier place and a higher salary; the man who walks the streets with his hands in his pockets while his wife carries the baby, and the man who keeps a dog and says he can’t af ford a home newspaper.—Ex. Have Himself I p. It will be remembered, says the Keno Journal, that several years ago W. J. I’enrose, formerly a newspaper man of Eureka, Nevada, was shot and killed in Butte, Montana, by persons unknown. On Tuesday Joseph Mc Cormick, who claims to be one of the murderers, gave himself up to the Lake Crystal, Minnesota, police, stat ing that he was tired of eluding the authorities. To Arrive To-day. J. W. Lambert will reoelve by this after dood's train a supply of fresh leltuoe, oau llftiwer, celery and fresh California oyi* lets. Tka Wreck »f (kc New Work. Of course an official investigation will settle the responsibility for the wreck of the steamer New York. Ex planation is in order. There should be no trouble for a steam vessel in get ting safely out of San Francisco harbor. It is a clear, open road with no hidden dangers to navigation if a vessel keeps anywhere in the neighborhood of her proper coarse. There was a fog down the channel, but the pilot had his bear ings, knew bis rate of speed, and should have been able to bold his course safely for the open sea. Perhaps it was over-confidence that led him to risk passing so close under the North Head. It was a good course in clear weather, but experience should teach a pilot to take no unnecessary chances in a fog. Why he did so will be matter of further inquiry.—S. F. Bulletin. Belli la ike Csnca Silver. In all experiments made with sal pburets that come out of the river be tween here and Empire it is found that gold largely predominates in them. The ore worked in the mills on the river has been mostly silver ore, some gold, of course, being mixed in with it, but it is easier to save the gold than the silver when crushing the ore, it is strange why gold predominates to euch a large degree in the sulphurate. There is only one way we can see that this can he accounted for, aud that is that the gold must ccme from the washes that have occurred from time to time for ages past. There is gold in almost every pound of dirt on all the hills around here, and the floods and rains have probably washed a great deal of it in the river, where it has been caught to a considerable extent by the amalgam and quicksilver that has flowed from the mills.—Dayton Times. A Peculiar Case. A St. John, N. B., telegraph has the following: Edward Wheary, a deaf mute charged with the murder of his brother’s wife, will soon be tried under a novel procedure. Four juries will be sworn. The first one is to find out whether the prisoner is mute by pre tense or by the visitation of God. The second jury will inquire whether the prisoner is capable of pleading to the indictment. The fact that he has been shown to be able to read and write, was taught in a deaf-mute school, and when the indictment was given him be read it and made signs that he was not guilty, will doubtless be held to be sufficient evidence for the second jury W return an affirmative verdict. The third jury will find whether he is sane. If this jury finds the prisoner sane a fourth jury will then try the prisoner upon the' indictment, as in ordinary cases, except that the evidence must be interpreted to him. Uolag to Bed la (he Dark, If mothers notice that the brains of their little ones conjure up weird sights and thoughts from the shadows of a room more or lesB dork, let the light burn brightly. To force a child to be come accustomed to the darkness is a grave error, if its nervous system be so organized that this forcicg is produc tive of fright. The nervous system of a child is a very susceptible organiza tion, and deleterious impressions made upon it will often make their influence felt throughout its whole afterlife. If a child asks for a light under such cir cumstances do not refuse it. Miuall Farms of (be Fa(ure. The small farmer will be a greater factor in our agriculture during the next generation than he has been in the past. We are developing a wide area of lands which will be cultivated by irrigation. Irrigated land is too valuable to handle carelessly or to de vote to any products except those which will make a large money return an acre. Small farmers will settle upon these lands, and, taking a few acres each, make garden farms of their hold ings.—St. Louis Kepublic. A Polite Boy. “ There is a young country boy stay ing at our boarding-house," writes a correspondent, “ who is a perfect little gentleman in bis way. The other day he brought his sister into dinner and gave her a genera! introduction some what as follows: ' Ladies and gentle men, this is my sister.’ Then he elec trified the gathering by continuing: ’ My sister, these are ladies and gen tlemen.’ Whereat the ladies and gen tlemen present were highly delighted." —'Tid-Bits. t While Cepe Heutenced. Judge Vogle of Indianapolis has sen tenced the cowardly Salem White Caps who whip|>ed a helpless woman to the penitentiary for terms varying from two to five years. A beautiful feature of the Court's decision is that men who witnessed the outrage and did not in terfere were adjudged equally guilty witti the actual perpetrators and re ceived equally heavy sentences. A few more such examples will put a stop to the infamous lloosier “ sport.” Not Kraponalble. “ I wish to say to my congregation,” said the minister, “ that the pulpit is not responsible for the error of the printer on the tickets for the concert in tiie Sundayschool room. The con cert is for the benefit of the Arch fund, not the Arch fiend. We will now sing hymn 6; " ‘ To err is human, to forgive divine.’”—London Tid Bits. Merely Wlabed to Work In Pence. One of our exchanges says a super stitious subscriber who found a spider wants to know if it is a bad omen. Nothing of the kind. The spider w as merely looking over the columns of the newspaper to see who was not ad vertising, so that he could spin his web across the shop door and be free from disturbance.__ Toys, candies, nuts and fancy gro ceries, for salecheap at McConnell’s. KBBriMU BOOM IS DAKOTA. "Talk about bookkeeping,” said Milt Brisbane to a reporter of the Yank ton Preao, “ there used to be a man in Yankton whose system ot bookkeep ing accounts was wonderfully efficient. Ho did not know how to spell his own name, but tie did a thriving business and collected every dollar of his ac counts. Once, years ago, when 1 first came to this country, I went to his hotel and stopped there two weeks. When I left be presented me with a statement of what I owed him and it was a curiosity. He copied it from his ledger. At the top of the sheet there was a rude picture of a soldier on the march and after it three straight marks. Then there was a scene show ing a man at a table eating. Then ap peared a bed with a man in it. In the amount column there was a picture of a doll and after it the two letters K3. After the pictnre of the man eating there were forty-two marks. Afterthe view of the man in bed were fourteen marks. I looked at the account, and then at the proprietor and told him that it would take him a week to an swer that conundrum. I was com pletely stumped, and when that hotel man deciphered the amount for me it was this: ‘ The picture of the soldier walking meant March, and the three marks supplied the date, March 3d, when I began boarding. The man at the table with the forty-two marks af ter it, indicated that I had eaten forty two meals. The man in bed with fourteen marks showed that I had slept in the house fourteen nights. The doll with the R 3 after it meant dollars, and in the figure column appeared the figures 14, which was the amount I owed him. And it was a true bill.” To both sexes we say that whatever you do don't gossip. In the first place it is a wicked and low thing to do—to repeat evil of any human being, espe cially if you have it only upon hear say, and secondly it is bad form. If you will do it, remember that chickens come home to roost and the same tor ture will be inflicted on you some day that you are putting upon others. You won’t enjoy it—be sure of that. And then haven’t you some better and finer way of passing time? For shame alone you should learn to speak no evil of your neighbor, no matter how bae your thoughts. And by keeping action pure, you will at last grow to be so inside. The people who think evil of others are as a general thing judging by them selves; consequently the evil is in them, and by gossip try to relieve a guilty conscience by imagining wrong of someone else.—Silver State. . Bad Outlook for Printers. During one week in September it is said that 75 printers from abroad de posited their cards with the San Fran cisco Typographical Union. They re port that the new type-setting machines have ruined the business in the East. In Chicago the Union has adopted a rule that no “ regular" may work more than four days each week, the other three days being given to substitutes. They have arrived in San Francisco at a bad time, for the craft feels the de pression of business and the general financial strain very severely. Quite a number of type-setting machines are now in successful use through the Northwest, and more are contemplated. —Newspaper Man. How lie Collected II. “ If you think you’ve got such a dead sure thing on that claim against me, why don't you sue me for it ?’’ asked the man with a double chin. “ I could sue you and collect it easily enough, and you know it,’’ replied the man with the bushy eyebrows, “ and would have done it long ago, but for the reason that it would have brought your other creditors down on you like a thousand of brick. I don’t want to break you.’’ “ I—I’ll pay it this afternoon, every cent," said the other, rubbing his jaw thoughtfully. “ But that won’t go with the next man that tries to work it on me, by George !’’—Chicago Tribune. A FRIEND Speaks through the Boothbay (Me.) Rtgi*Ur% of the beneficial results he has received from a regular use of Ayer's Pills. He »a\ s: *• I was feeling slek and tired and my stomach seemed nil out of order. I tried a number of remedies but none seemed to give mo relief until 1 was Induced to tt y the old relia ble Ayer’r Pills. I have taken only oi.e box, but 1 feel like a new man. I think they are the most pleasant ami en*y to take id anything I ever used, being so finely sugar coated that even a child will take them. I urge upon all who are in need of a laxative to try Ayer's Pills. They will do good.” Tor all dUcasc* of tko Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, tuko * AYER’S P£LLS Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Sc Co., Le well, Mom. Every Dose Effective C. HAMILTON, DENTIST, OFFICE IN THE YOUNG BUILDING. 11 ths rest of the Skntiwkl office. Eureka, Nev., April 14.1 tftW. sift If JOHN W, LAMBERT, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, Second door north of the Posto’flice, -DIALER IR Groceries, Provisions, Etc. Offers special inducements to Customers for SPOT CASH. - ■ # Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters, Fresh Fruits, Fresh Vegetables. The Finest, Choicest in the Market. Poultry, Eggs^Farming Produce Goods Delivered PREI OP CHARGB at abort notice. Call and examine Prices at LAMBERT'S Grocery Store.•“ I'lMmiui IiibIiMImi rm. Our method of diagnosing diseases combines tlie benefits of thirty years of study and practical experience with the latest and best that progressive science can furnish, aided hy those wonderful intuitive perceptions which lie at the base of all true knowledge. We will give your case special examin ation, and will send you a full diagno sis free of expense. Address Da. E. F. Bi-tterfield, Syracuse, N. Y. En close lock of hair with name and age. t ___ Poatolllce Boob, Slsllvurjr Bad Variety More. We htvt fuel received a fall utorlmenl of floe stationery, bate belle, marbles, tope; freeh garden eeeda oonetanlly on band; feather daetere, playing oards, tooth pick*, toilet paper; a fine aaeortmenl of pent, inks, albnma, sorap booke, perfumery, bird cages, all kind! of tobool booke and ecbool •applies, blank booke, memorandum booke, and all kinds of tablete; a complete assortment of cutlery, pipes, olgarettee, fine smoking and chewing tobaoco of all tbe leading brands. Floe cigars a specialty. A full line of toys, dolle, and everything else pertaining to a first-olase variety store. Everything sold at the lowest prioee. W. J. Smith, e Proprietor. J.W.kiert’s PRICE LIST. Corrected Weekly. 1 will sell at my store, two doors north of the PostofBoe, for CASH, the following ar tides: Dry Granulated. Cube Sugar. Extra 0 Sugar. Creamery Butter, square blooks — Our Taste Hams. Fanoy Boneless Bk'fast bacon per lb 20 Dried peaied Peaches, per lb. 25 Dried German Prunes, per lb. 21 Liverpool salt In 50 lb saoks. 2 00 Liverpool salt, per pound. 05 Macaroni, per box. 1 40 Spaohettl, per box. 140 Piokled Pigs Feet, per ft. 15 Assorted Nuts, 5 lbs for. 100 Gallon Pie Fruits, per oan. . 60 Fresh Tomatoes, gal. oans. 40 Fresh Tomatoes, 6 oans. 1 00 Best Cal. Flour, Phoenix, per saok.. 1 66 Oat Meal, per 101b saok. 65 Yellow Coro Meal, per 101b sack.... 60 White Corn Meal per 101b saok. 60 Belf-Bising Buckwheat Flour, 101b saok. 1 00 Self-Bislog Buokwheat Floor, 51b gaokages. 50 ox Extra Boda Crackers. 1 00 101b Box Common Soda Oraokers... 90 12 Bars Kirk’s Bavon Soap. 1 00 4!bBar Imported Castile Boap. 75 SlbBar Mottled Castile Boap. 50 12 Bars Btar of the Kitohen, Boap.. 1 00 10 Bars Ivory Boap. 1 00 41b Sal Boda,. 25 3 Cans Condensed Lye. 60 4 Pkgs of Corn Btaroh. 50 4 Pkgs of Sparkling Gloss Stareb,.. 50 l-61b Box Silver Glosa Btaroh,. 80 Peerless Mess mackerel, full weight 51b Una. 1 50 121b Island Bios. 1 00 4 bunohes. Mel. matohes. 25 Eggs per dox. 35 Egg* by the case. 21b baking soda. 25 31b pkg mixed bird seed. 25 Eastern mess pork, per lb. 15 51b saok of table salt. 25 Fine oane syrup, per gal. 76 Dried Baspberriee, per lb. 40 Morgan A Sons S.palio, 3 cskes for, 60 Balt Balmon Bellies, per lb. 26 Fresh Mince Meat. 3 lbs. 60 RAILROAD HOTEL PALISADE, NEVADA, T. 8. JEWELL, : : : Proprietor. I HAVE JC8T Oi'KNED IN CONNECTION with my Grocery and Market, opposite the 8 P. K. R. Depot, a First-Class Hotel. The Tables are ierred with the beet the market affords. Special rates given to families and large parties. _ Lodging, - - 50c. The public are cordially invited to give a share of their patronage. a30-tf 850 REWARD Bj the Base Range Gao Club. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER MADE AT THB regular monthly meeting of the Base Range Gun Club, held on the second day of May. 1893, a reward of $50 ia hereby offered and will be paid by said club to the person giving information which will lead to the ar rest and conviction of any one guilty of dog poisoning within the limit* of the town of Eureka. State of Nevada. PETER BREEN. Preet. Gun Olnb. Martin Brown, Secretary. Eureka. Nev., May 3,1893. iny&lm , DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHISICeAM air ho bosom-of fice in Buturl Building* Jyl-tf BREWERIES AND SALOONS. EUREKA BREWERY Om« of Moln ud OUrk Btrooto, 3BABLKT LAUTINBCHLAGEH, . • Pro* .BREWS TUI. FINEST BEER In the State. Hae the Finest Barrosaa la Eastern Nevada, and keeps on hand Beet branda of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS To be fcnnd in any market. Eureka, August 19,1887. am90-tf San Francisco-Brswary FRED M. HIITMAR k MRS. H. MAO, MiM SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a qbv eral assortment of fine Mines, Liquors and Cigars .ALSO. :::::::::: By the wholesale and retail. A Fine Reading Room Rhere all the latest newspapers may be found Also, e fine Monaroh BILLIARD TABLE. NTLUNCH served et ell honre. n. MAU k CO. Eureka, November 1, 1887. NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT EUREKA, NEVADA, Oct. 10. 1893. SOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settler has filed notice tie intention to make final proof in anpport af his claim, and that aaii proof will be made i>ofore the Regiater and Receiver, U. S. Land [)fflce, at Eureka, Nevada, on Wednesday, Nov. >9. 1893, viz; Narcisao Kaineris. il. £., No. 242 for lota 1, 2 and 3. and the NW. if of BW. 14 of aec. 2. township 25 N., R. 57 E , M. D M. He names the following wltneaaes to prove tiis continuous residence upon and cultivation >f said land, viz: Joseph Tognlni. of Ruby fa Hoy, Nevada; Robert Hagar, of Ruby Val ley, Nevada; Giacomo Minola. of Ruby Valley, Nevada; Walter 8 Long, of Eureka, Nevada. Any parson who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any lubatantial reason, under the law and the regu lations of the Interior Department, why enoh proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said slalnr ant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by olalmant. o2l 6w D. H. HALL, Regiater. 1TOTICB. In ike District Conrt of iko Stele •f Nevada, Eureka CouBly. In the Matter of the Estate of John Williams, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by thb undersigned, Administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within two months from the first publication of this notice, to the undersigned at the office of Thomas Wren, In the town of Eureka, Nevada. THOS. H. WILLIAMS. Administrator. Eureka, Nevada, July 0, 1893. Jy8-2m FAT PEOPLE To reduce your weight Nl'BKI.Y use Will* ard’e Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds s mouth. No Injury to the health. No interference with business or pleasure. SO NTABVIflU. They build up and improve the general health, beautify tbe complexion and leave NO WBIiVHLfUl, Luoy Anderson, 84 Auburn street. Cambridge, Mass , writes: Three bot tles of your Obesity Pills reduced my weight from 325 pounds to 190 and I never felt batter in all my life. 1 sm much pleased with the result, and shall do all I can to help you. Our patrons include Physicians, Bankers, Lawyers, and leaders of society. Our goods are not sold In drug stores; all orders are supplied direct from our office. Price re* package 13 or three package) for $5 by mail prepaid. Particulars (sealed) 4rts. AM. 4'OHKISNFON DI.SCB CONrillKNTIAl,. WILLARD REMEDY C0.,B03TOHf MA88. Je34-tim SELLING OUT! Boots aid Sites Given Away. The undersigned intends leaving Eureka, and before doing so be offers his entire atok of boots and shoes at bedrock prices for CASH. Perso* s needing anything in my line will do well to call and loan) my prices. Call aarly, at the Kutekaboot and shoe store, three doors north of Sadler’s store on llalu atreet. P. BETTI. FRANK CAROLI, QIKT IN LUBE COUNTY FOB THI Gnu Electric Belt Co, Has on sale a number of Electric Belts, Elec, trie Soles, Galvanic Batteries and Voltaic In halers, at his place of business ua North Mala street. They prove very effective in caaea of rheumatism and a number of other diseases. Tbe afflicted are invited to call and examine h»n>-ly» rhw*lx Mu nr. From tbi, date I ill tell Pbwoix Floor lor S3 25 per 100 poaodi, or $1 05 lor 50 ponod axokx. All ol which will only be •old lor spot cub. J. W. Lauxxst. Mud street, two door, oortb ol tbe Foot* office