j HOME AND COAST.
Matter* of Llroly Interact to the
M. Xarsky returned from Ben Francisco
W# bare bad a week ol line Indian Bum
Tbe Board of Equalization will be In
(Hon. Tboe. ltobinson was in Irom New
ark Talley last Bunday.
Complete real ie tbe Aral principle in
tbe ears ol all dleease*.
Secretary ol Htate Howell, who baa been
quite ill, ia improving.
When people are hired to be good, they
quit whan tbe pay stops.
James White, ol White's ranch, waa in
town the Aral ol tho woek.
Cleveland ie a man with a cool bead. —
Ez. Tee, and a oold heart.
Mrs. M. Morris returned Taesday from
a business visit in Ban Franoisoo.
Tbe nanal religious servfoes will be bold
at tbe Catboiie Churob to morrow.
Tbe Zirn-Bohultz mine at Fine Nut baa
been sold to a New York syndicate lor $750
A Aue lot ol boraos and mares will be
told at 1 o’olock this afternoon at Broy’a
Froepeetors, searching lor gold, are
pushing down into the Heath Talley
Life may bo a stage, but it is more like a
courthouse, from tho faet that It it full ol
trials. - Ei.
There are eighteen cases ol smallpox
and one ol diphtheria at tbe Indian school
at Carton. —Ex.
Thcro will be a meeting ol tbe F. A A.
M. and I. O, 0, F. True tees at 13 o’clock
A mooting ol Bl. John's Chapter No. B,
R. A. M., takes plsoe this (Saturday)
evening at 7 it o’olook
Mrs. B. E. Roberts of Winnemucca cap
tured tbe Aral prize at Reno for tbe beat
matched buggy team.
James Heney, indicted I or complicity In
the Carton Mint stealings, baa secured
bonds for bit appearanoe.
The latest New York quotation ol ailver
ieG7o; Load—New York Metal Exohange,
13 37%; New York Brokers, *3 IS.
John Furlong, who waa kieked by a
boree last week at tbe Fair track, died laet
Bunday evening at bit borne In Carson.
Mra. James Powell, Miss Edna Fowell,
and Master Jim Bob Fowell, returned
last Taesday from a visit to California.
At a meeting of the Board of Equalize
tlon last week, tbe assessment on abeep
was redueod from *1 SO to $1 23 per bead.
Tbe rallls lor tbo sewing mechlno will
take plaoo to morrow oventng at 7 o’olock
at tbe residence of Mra. Emerson on
Tbo horseless carriage is Indicated a* a
■ nocotaor to tho bicycle. Two thousand
aro now in uio in Paria and the factories
oannot fill tbo orders.
Mtea Mary North, of Pleaeant Talley,
arrired bore leal Saturday, and on Tucs
day went to Secret CanyoD, where ebo will
teach tbe public eotiool.
Tbe Salt Lako Herald aaya agenta of Boa
ton bonaea in that city are offering nine
eoota per pound (or wool, but aeliera are
bolding lor belter prtoee.
Tbe annual meeting of tbe Eureka Con.
Mining Company will take plaoe on Mon
day. Ootober 21, 1825, at tbe eompany'a
office. Son Frandaoo. See ode.
Jimmy—How old are you now, Tommy?
Tommy—I dunuo; on tbe railway I'm al
waya under twelre, but wbeo dad tried to
get me a clerkship I waa aeranteen.
There will be a meeting of tbe Board oi
County Oommlaaloosra next Monday. Fer
aone haring bills against the county thould
preeenl them at the Clerk'e office to-day.
The patent roller flour mill bar been
completed at Elko. It waa built by tbe
Elko-Tutoarora Mercantile Company, and
tbe oapaolly la aixty barrela of floor per
A teacher from tbe Eaet bae gone to Mo
Dermit to open a achool there for the In
dian!, who will oelebrate the erent by
herlng a grand fandango to begin on Oo
According to Dr. Darwin and others, It
takes a monkey thontande of yoare to make
a men of hlmeelf, bnt a man can make a
monkey of hlmeelf In a minute. We lead
Reeoue Hoee Company will bold their
regular monthly meetiog at tbeir hoee
house next Monday ereulng. A fall at
tendance la rcqneatad, aa there will be an
election tor officers.
Mrx. Hank Knight returned Tneedey
from a rialt to the State Fair at Reno.
She waa aooompanted borne by ber slater,
Miss Alma Manhsim, who returned from
an extended rialt in California.
Tba Ploobe Record aaya tbe oontegloua
dlaeaae now prerailing at DeLemar is prov
ing fatal In nearly ovory case. It la pre
dicted that If tbe town is kept thoroughly
olean tba disease will be stamped out.
Mitch Oregovlch and Jim Asbley intend
atrikiog out about tbe 101b Inst, overland
for Silrer Star Dlstriot, Esmeralda oounty.
They are both Intelligent and enterprising
men, and we wish thorn good luck at tbeir
Edgar Sadler, ion of Lieutenant Gover
nor Sadler, and a eon of Hermann Sadler,
ol San Franolioo, aro going to China
shortly in tbo employ of Macondray A Co.
tor tbo purpoee of acquiring a knowledge
of tbs tea bniineae.
Tbo flrit Indian to pay taxes In Lander
Monty, if not In the Slato of Nevada, ie
Joe Gilbert, aaya the Austin Reveille. Ills
name appears on tbo assessment roll with
(property valuation of $50, Joe says Le
Is now all samo while man."
A shrewd old lady cautionod her daugh
ter against worrying her husband too
much, and ooncludod by saying, “ My
ehild, man la like an egg. Keep him in hot
water a littlo while, he may boil soft; bat
keep him there too long, and he hardens.”
Sol flilp boa been 111 town several days
on business connected with the sale of Ibe
Joana mine at Ely. Mrs. III Ip and three
ohlldren will arrive from tbo west this af
ternoon. Hoi aud bis family will leave
for their Whito 1’lno home Monday morn
John M. Cannon, Esq., and Orson
8milh, both of Utah, returned from Bel
mont, Nye oounly, Tburaday evoning,
where they went on busluess connected
with the late mining troubloa at Montgom
ery. Both gentlemen left on yesterday
morning's train for Halt Lake City.
Lnrge quantities of lour are being ahif
ped to tbe Orient from thie Oout. Even
Utah ehipe floor to Japan. Last week
1,300 tone were shipped from Btookton to
China and tbe eonlb eoaet. Thie meant
nearl; a million taekt of tbe ilia moally
porcbaeed by familioe for bontehold nee.
Bam Praeton, Got Denton, Audy Olton
and Frank Qoion, are working at Ward,
Colorado. Frank Qoinn reoonlly returned
from Booth Africa. All of tbe above are
old time Eareka boye, and tbelr numerous
friends bare are pleated to know that they
are itill in tbe land of tbe living and pros
Wilton Ilatkint, a oolored man and a
resident of tbe town, who bte been quite
iil for tome time, on Tburtday told all bit
belonging! at pobllo tale, wbieb consisted
of a wagonette, two American hortee, two
seta of harness tnd a sprinkling cart, all for
tbe small tom of $310. It. Sadler wet tbe
Already calculations are being made for
Durrant'i safety should the verdiot of tbe
Jury be untallifaolory to a portion of tbe
community. It it believtd that unleet be
it oonvioted an attempt at violence will be
made. The Bberiff bat made new plana
for keeping tbe mob at bay, and it defend
ing the county jail to that he thinks that
any attack oan be ropelled.
I.ast night was a gala one at the the
ater. The stage and boxes were deco
rated with flags and bunting in honor
of the visit of the Governor, Attorney
General and other Htate oflicers. The
bor'3 were occupied by those digni
taries and their friends and a good
house greeted the performers.
The entertainment was first class in
every particular and gave the very best
of satisfaction. Visitors of prominence
spoke very highly of the performance
and came away well pleased.
Every act is worth the price of ad
mission, and it has been a long time
sinco the people of Rono have had the
opportunity of witnessing such an en
tertainment. The human anaconda
is the only living being that can ac
complish the feats ho performs; and
Nizarres is a perfect wonder. Every
person in the company is a specialist
in his or hor line, and now that the
opportunity is offered, no one should
miss seeing as good an entertainment
as can be seen in Han Francisco.—
The probability is the above com
pany will shortly appear in Eureka.
This company visited Eureka some
eight or ten years ago.
The Stroudsburg, Pa., Daily Times
*ays : Miss < iertrude M. Edmunds who
lias for tho last two years lieen instruc
tor in (icdagogics at the Normal school,
lias resigned her position and shortly
leaves to accept the principalship of
the teachers’ training school of Lowell,
Mass. This is one of tho most lucra
tive and prominent positions occupied
by« woman in tho United States. Dur
ng her short stay in this town Miss
Edmunds made a large circlo of warm
Iriends, who are very sorry to part
witli tho talented young woman.
[Several years ago Miss Edmunds
was principal of the Eureka public
ichool, and during that time managed
the different departments with profici
ency and executive ability. The lady’s
iriends in Eureka are pleased to learn
of her appointment.—Ed. Sentinel.]
Robwlj Was Hilled.
P. M. Bowler left for Belmont, Nye
county, last week in answer to a dis
patch from Angus McArthur asking
him to defend McArthur and others in
a suit now pending in Nye county, says
the Hawthorne Bulletin. No particu
lars were sent, but Mr. Bowler was in
formed that tho men who jumped the
mine in Pahrump and who were re
ported killed by tho Montgomery boys,
were not killed at all but were arrested
and are now in jail at Belmont. The
yarn about The killing was a fake, pure
Later intelligence says that Phil
Foote was killed in the late row that
occurred in Montgomery District.
Open Hone* lor Pren Men.
The Carson Appeal has the follow
ing: All representatives of the Press
visiting Carson are requested to hear
in mind that the proprietor of the Ap
peal will keep upon house at the Hol
stein ranch. Visiting journalists of
whatever political complexion are re
quested to throw their grip sacks into
the hall and inako themselves at home
during Fair week. If there isn't room
enough in the house for all who come
thero certainly will be in the barn,
and we will feed the gang if we have
to slaughter all the live stock on the
P. 8.—The wicker demijohns aro all
riro nl I'imhf.
A Piocho dispatch of tho 28th ult.
says: At 3 o’clock this afternoon the
dwellings of J, A. Denton and F. W.
Dickie wero destroyed by lire, nnd the
residences of George 8. Sawyer and
James Nesbitt, each slightly damaged.
Tho fire originated in the kitchen of
Denton’s place, from what cause is not
known. Tho efforts of the local fire
men saved the remainder of the local
block. I/oss, about $1,500 and no in
Will Meet the IMfMMler.
A Now York dispatch of tho 26th ult.
says: l-onl Dunraven’s object in hav
ing tho Valkyrie spend the Winter on
this side of the Atlantic is to have her
race, and incidentally, it is said, to
silence the critics w ho asserted that ho
was afraid to have his yacht meet tho
Ilofonder agaiu. H. Maitland Kersey,
who acted as Lord Dunraven's spokes
man, said: “There has been a great
deal of talk aliout special races between
the two vessels and if anybody wants
the Valkyrie to race she will be on
hand. If the Defender goes tn the
Mediterranean the Valrvkie will go
Miller * l.aa'a l.nml.
Henry Miller, of the firm of Millci
•4 Lax, has been telling the Han Fran
| cisco Examiner something about the
landed possessions of the big concern,
j It shows that the firm owns in the
States of California, Nevada and Ore
gon a total of 22,712’^ square miles.
This is an area larger than any seven
of the original States of the Union. It
is equal in area to the States of New
Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Is
land and Connecticut together. It is
half the size of New York and three
times the size of New Jersey. It is
about tho size of West Virginia and an
eighth the entire area of California. It
is as large as Greece with the Ionian
Isles, of which Ryron wrote. It is four
times the area of Alsace-Lorraine, over
which France and Germany fought.
It is but little smaller than Ireland,
and half again as large as Switzerland.
It is twice as large as Relgium and
one-third ttie size of England and
Of tho land mentioned above 5,700
square miles are credited to Humboldt
and Washoe counties. Of this com
paratively little is in Washoe, proba
bly not over 700 square miles. Placing
tho total area of Humboldt county at
20,000 square miles, which is a little
high, it will be seen that Miller & Lux
own one-fourth of the land in Hum
boldt county. Rather startling figures
—especially when it is taken into con
sideration that of Humboldt's 20,000
square miles probably half are desert
land. Miller & Lux’s ranches don't
consist of desert land.
Credit Where It It One.
The Htato Fair, which closed last
week, >s admitted by all who attended
it to have been one of the most suc
cessful and satisfactory ever held in
Nevada. The credit is principally due
to President l’owning of the Htate Ag
ricultural Society. In the faco of dull
times, low prices, scarcity of money,
and other obstacles, which to many
seemed almost insurmountable, tie un
dertook the task of making tho Fair a
success. Ho inspired confidence in
the board of directors, and by persona!
appeals to representative citizena pre
vailed upon them to exhibit their live
stock, thoir products and their handi
work. At his instance the directors
brought attractions from far and near,
sparing neither trouble nor expense to
make the occasion interesting as well
as profitable. The result has exceeded
the expectations of the most sanguine
and silenced the croakers, who pre
dicted that the Fair would be a dismal
failure. Notwithstanding the dull
times thousands visited lteno during
the week and the Fair has boen one of
pleasure to all and one of profit to
many. While the directors and all
concerned deserve praise, the mem
bers of the board admit that the suc
cess of the Fair, socially and financi
ally, is mainly due to the indomitable
anergy, pluck and public spirit ot O.O.
Farmers NlioulU Organise.
The farmers of the future, to make a
good beginning now, should first or
ganize for mutual counsel and co-oper
ation in their business, says tho Lyon
county Times. Thst's what every
other great and successful industry has
done. In every township a farmers’
club should be formed, whose exclu
sive object should be the promotion of
successful agriculture. Politics and
everything else should be eschewed.
The causes of waste should be discuss
ed. The leaks should be investigated
and stopped. The value of diversified
farming should be shown. The suc
cessful men, and there are a few,
should enlighten thoir less fortunate
associates upon the causes of their fail
ures. Notea should bo compared. The
old lessons of industry, thrift and of
adapting means to ends need to be re
hearsed in these schools. Courage
must be instilled into those who have
lost heart. Where there is a will there
is a way. If the farmers of Nevada
would organize for patient and intelli
gent work, and stick together, the day
of their redemption would soon be at
Til* loir; blM« Conte*!.
In the Reno District Court last Sat
urday, in the contest matter between
the brothers and sisters of M. D. Fo
ley, deceased, and the guardian of the
Hartley child. VV. E. F. Deal appeared
as counsel for the brothers and sisters
of M. D. Foley, deceased, and J. F.
Dennis and Judgo Mayenbaum for the
guardian. The application of Minnie
D. Foley for an order requiring the
guardian and his attorneys to produce
the paper purporting to be a written
acknowledgment by M. D. Foley, de
ceased, of the paternity of the Hartley
child, was denied upon the ground
that no notice of the motion had been
given os the law requires. After this
order was made the petition and bond
removing the contest to the U. 8. Cir
cuit Court wero filed and the caso re
moved. At this point counsel for the
guardian stated in open court that
neither the guardian nor the attorneys
had any such paper.—Journal.
Nevada frru Association.
The Nevada Press Association was
organized last week at Kono, and
adopted a constitution and by-laws,
and elected the following officers for
the ensuing year: E. D. Kelley, Pres
ident; W. W. Boohcr, Vico President;
A. C. Bragg, Secretary; N. A. Hum
mel, 8. P. Davis and F. W. Fairbanks,
Directors. Tho annual meetings arc
to bo hold in Rono on Wednesday ol
Stato Fair week. It iB expected that
every newspaper in the State will join
Don’t forget that McCONNEI.I
meets all reductions and sells goods ai
cheap as any house in town. *
IIIm»P Fallow*' Nnloon
The Home saloon of Bishop Fellows
in Chicago, fools a great many old to
pers. His idea is to make the place os
much like a first-class saloon as pos
sible and to sell in it something as
much like beer as science could con
coct without its being the real thing.
The saloon has a big bar, with a sub
stantial rail, from which hang half a
dozon towels. Back of the bar is a
white coated bartender, and back of
him are big mirrors and rows of
shelves, covered with black bottles
bearing gaudy labels. A row of lem
ons and a bowl of cracked ice help to
make up the illusion. Everydaysome
thirsty victim wanders in and orders
"beer.” Ho gets a glass of foaming
something that cools, may cheer, but
can't inebriate. The victim usually
gulps it down, then opens and shuts
his mouth and tries to recall the taste,
while a puzzled look spreads over his
face. Sometimes he asks questions,
but usually he walks slowly away,
wondering whether or not his stomach
is all right.—Chicago Letter.
Porting With » Leg.
An old soldier told a reporter of the
most affecting parting he over had in
his life. It was a parting with him
self, or rather a part of himself. He
was in an engagement .before Peters
burg and had the misfortune to come
in contact with a piece of broken shell
which exploded near him, and which
succeeded in shattering his leg. Am
putation was necessary, and shortly
after he was lying in his tent. As he
looked up he saw a cart piled up with
legs and arms of others who had been
unfortunate in the engagement, and
right on top he recognized his own leg.
“ It was a sad parting,” he said, “ to
see a part of you going away never 4o
be returned again. I can never toll
you what strange feelings came over
me, and to this day I can see that fine
black horso hauling mv leg away to
its last resting place.”—Pittsburg Dis
Ms In A. Htaula .Winning.
A letter was received by the editor
of the Elko Independent from It. A.
Stauts of Lovelock, stating that hie
son, Edwin A. Stauts, had disappeared
and that no word had been received
from him since the 24th of June.
Some time in July he left Salmon City,
Idaho, to go to DeLamar, in the same
State, after a short stay there he was to
continue on to Nevada. Nothing has
been heard from him since that time,
anil his parents aie in great distress
over their failure to hear from him,
and fear he has been foully dealt with.
Anyone knowing of the whereabouts
of Mr. Stauts will confer a favor on
his parents by addressing W.R. Stauts,
Lovelock, Humboldt county, Nevada.
It is announced that J. Kruttschnitt,
general manager of the Atlantic sys
tem of the Southern Pacific and presi
dent and manager of several short lines
connected with the Sunset route, has
been ap]<ointed general manager of the
entire Southern Pacific, including both
Atlantic and Pacific systems. This
fills the place made vacant by the
death of A. N. Towne, which it was
thought J. A. Fillmore would be ap
pointed to fill. Mr. Kruttschnitt has
been a favorite of President Hunting
ton for years.
Pscnllar Assessment Work.
They were talking about assessment
work over at Sheridan the other day.
One fellow said he had known claims
around there that had been held for 20
years and there was not a hole on them
big enough for a man to hide in. “ I
know of one case,” said Ed. Adams,
“ where there is a claim, on one end
of which the graveyard for the town is
situated. That' man has held that
claim for 25 years on nothing but fun
erals. Every time somebody got buried
he would file his statement and claim
that the assessment work for that year
was done.”—Butte Inter-Mountain.
Wished lo Unln Favor.
Night before last a certain young man
in Wadsworth, to gain favor with an
old maid in Winnemucca, thought to
present her with a dear little kitten,
says the Dispatch. Coming home lute
on the aforesaid night he espied a beau
tiful specimen of the tiger family
crouched near his mother’s front fence.
He immediately seized it by the back
of the neck, when, behold, the beauti
ful kitten suddenly changed and be
came a skunk, forever stamping a bran
new suit with the price of the owner’s
Large Beef Parehaeca,
A. Haas bought of Henry Crum,
agent for James Farris, owner of the
Crum ranch, the finest lot of beef cat
tle raised in Lander county, says the
Central Nevadan. Haas buys the best
because he pays fair prices. He is one
of those, live and let live buyers. He
will also receive 11. A. Jacobi’s, Fred
ltullli's, Wm. Liteter’s, Thomas Dund
son’s, F. McMahon’s, l’at Walsh’s,
Wm. Easton’s and others that are ar
riving. Sixty Union Pacific stock cars
will load hero in a day or two.
NouielbtuK Must lie t'i>.
Never before in the history of Kcno
were tliero so many railroad agents
and Eastern stockmen hero at one
time. They are reaching out for Ne
vada’s stock shipments and evidently
think it worth their while to pay a
little attention to Nevada stockmen,
lteno is certainly destined to lie a groat
shipping point for livo stock.—lteuo
The minister who preaches against
the extravagance of the rich is on the
wrong track. It is impossible for the
rich to be too extravagant. The money
they Bpend to gratify their whims is of
much greater benefit to the world than
i it would be if hoarded. The miserly
rich are the ones to be preached el.
A Knllrand Maw's Prayvr.
A railroad man who had long been
" running wild,” was aroused to the
danger of his eternal happiness if he
persisted in his mad career down the
grade of life with the steam up and
the devil sitting on the safety valve,
and he " joined the church.” He was
called upon to “ address the Throne
of Graco” at a revival meeting, which
be did, and an exchange reported him
"O, Lord, now that I have flagged
thee, lift my feet off the rough road of
life and plant them on the deck of the
salvation train. Let roe use the safety
lamp known as prudence, make all
couplings in the train with the stout
links of thy love, and let my hand
lamp be the Bible. Heavenly Father,
keep all the switches closed that lead
off on the sidings, especially those with
a blind end! Ob, Lord, if it be thy
pleasure, have every semaphore
blocked along the line, and show the
white light of hope, that I may make
the run without stopping. And, Lord,
give us the ten commandments as a
schedule time; and when my train
shall have pulled into the great station
of death, may thou, the Superintend
ent of the Universe, say with a smile,
1 Well done, thou good and faithful
servant, come up and sign the pay roll
and receive your check for eternal hap
piness.’ ” __
A threat City.
Here is a modest allusion toChicago
in the Mews of that city: " Sbe has
been burned out of existence in a day
and fattened on the ashes; she has
builded a dreamland for the world to
play in and thought little of the
achievement; she has essayed a drain
age canal, and before the people know
of it the gigantic enterprise is com
pleted and the glorification exercises
are over. This is not boasting; it is a
modest recording of a glittering, spark
ling, radiating fact. It is a measly
testimonial of the grand, whooperup,
rip-snorting vastnesa of the greatest
aggregation of human souls ever
brought together under one municipal
Won the Wager.
Miss Annie Londonderry arrived in
Boston last week after a trip around
the world on a bicycle. On June 26,
1894, Miss Londonderry started on her
trip around the world. Her trip, ehe
says, was made u|>on a wager. On
Thursday, September 12, the journey
came to an end in Chicago, 14 days
ahead of the time allowed. In addi
tion to the purse of $10,000, which, she
says was handed over to her by the
parties making the wager. Miss Lon
donderry also accumulated $5,000 from
lectures given in the several countries
and also participating in exhibitions of
Sacramento Bee; It is stated that
bloomers are rapidly becoming very
unfashionable in Paris, because bo
many of the demi-mondes bicyclists
are wearing them. The same is true
here in Sacramento. The indecent
exhibitions so frequently seen of late
on J and K streets are causing decent
women to consider whether they can
safely risk the chance of being taken
for prostitutes by being seen in bloom
A Storm at No»
Increases the dlsoomfort ol lb* voyager.
Bat even when tbs weather ia not leru
pee taoni he la liable to •eatiokneai. They
who traverse the "giganllo wetness"
should be provided with Hostetler’sBlom
aoh Bitters, whloh quiets disordered stom
achs with gratifying speed and certainty.
To tha hnrtfnl inflneooe of a troplo, mala
rtona or too rlgorona or damp eliipate»ea
well aa to the baneful effect! cf unwhole
some diet end bed water. It ia a reliable
antidote. Commercial travelera by tea or
land, marlnera, miners, Western pioneers,
and alt who have to enoounter vicissitudes
of olimste and temperature, conour In
pronouncing it the best safeguard. It
prevents rheumatism and pulmonary at
taoki In consequence of damp and oold,
and it is an efficient defense agsinst all
forms of malaria. It oan be depended upon
in dyspepsia, liver and kidney trouble.
Clalrveyaua KxamtnaMona Free.
Our method of diagnosing diseases com
bines the benefits of thirty years of study
and practical experience with the latest
and best that progressive scleooc oan fur
nish, aided by those wonderful Intuitive
peroeptioua which lie at the base of all true
knowledge. We will give your oaae special
examination, and will send you a full diag
nosis free of expense, Address Db. E. F.
BcTTiarixu>, Syracuse, N. Y. Encloee
look of heir with nsme end age. *
HKIND HAVING PURCHASED THE IN
• terest of D. Nathan In the copartner
ship heretofore existing between said H. Kind
and D. Nathan, uuder the Arm name and style
of D. Nathan A Co., including all debt* owing
to aaid Arm and all claims said Arm have
against third parties, and all c-f the stock in
trade and personal property of said Arm. Said
partnership Is dissolved by mutuel consent of
tho parties. All parties having claims against
the Arm of D. Nathan A Co. will be paid by H.
Kind, and all parties owing the said firm will
make payment to said 11. Kind.
Eureka, Novsda. Sept 26, 1893.
The Arm of D. Nathan A Co having been dis
solved, the bus!nets will lureafter be con
ducted by the ui dirstgned. Thankful for past
favors I hope to merit s continuance of ths
tame H. KIND.
Eureka, Nevada, Sept. 26,1895. »28
F. H. HAKMON,
ATTOXNEY AT UW AN» No
tary Public. Office—Hyland s Building,
Batsman street, opposite the Jackson House,
ArroBinv -*• i.*w.
ln tb. Ujl.nd Building, on Buel ud
tlbiM itreeU. Bu»U. N.vwU.
1 SYNOPSIS OF TAG LAU
The Moit Important Sections of the
Act Given in Brief Form.
A DOCUMENT THAT SHOULD Bi CARE
FULLY REAO BY ALL.
The Violation of Many of Its Provisions
Pcn'jhable by Imprlwnxnmt fat the
Following Is e synopsis ol ibe "Act to
Promote Ibe Parity ol Elections,” ap
proved March 10, 1895, Statutes ol Ne
vada, pages 93 to 106 inclusive.
Seotlon 1 of the act provides that at the
time of filing a oertifioate of nomination
the persona signing it shall also file with
it the names of five persons to act is a
oommittee to receive and expend all
moneys furnished or expended to promote
the eleollon of the candidate or candidates
named in the oertifioate exoept the limited
amount that a candidate is permitted un
der the law to spend in his own behalf.
It further provides that a similar oom
mllteo appointed for that purpose shall
have the exclusive custody of all moneys
raised for the benefit of the "political
party, organized assemblage or body of
candidates represented by the oommittee
and shall disburse the same under the di
roction of Ibe superior authority to wbioh
it is subject if there be any.”
Section 3 provides that all oommlttees
appointed under the provisions of seotion
1 shall within twenty-one days after the
official oanvass of the eleotlon returns file
an itemized statement verified by each
member of the oommittee, showing all
moneys received for election purposes with
the name of eaob contributor and an item
ized statement of all moneys expended
andthe names of the persons to whom they
were paid and the purposes for whiob they
it farmer provides mat inis sisiemeDt
•ball be filed lo tbe ofiioe that the certifi
cates of nominatiods are filed in and shall
be open to pnblio inspection.
Seotion 3 provides that every oandldate
within fifteen days after eleotion shall file
an itemized statement, verified aa follows :
State of Nevada, County of-, as.
I (name), having been a oandidate for
tbe ofiioe of-at the eleotion held in
-on the-day of-, 18-, do
solemnly swear that tbe foregoing state*
ment is a fall and true account of all
moneys oxpended by me or in my behalf in
said olection, and that exoept as herein
stated, 1 have not, nor to the beat of my
knowledge and belief, baa any person,
club, sooiety or association, on my behalf,
direotly or indlreolly mado any payment
or given, promised or offered any reward,
ofiioe, or employment, or valuable consid
eration, or incurred any liability, on no*
oonnt of, or in respect of tbe oonduot or
management of tbe said eleotion, except
such moneys as may have been paid to or
expeoded by tbe committee seleoted as pre
scribed by tbe not of the Legislature of
this State | approved Hsrch 16, 1895].
And I furthermore solemnly swear that,
exoept as aforesaid, no money, security, or
equivalent for money has to my knowledge
or belief boen paid, advancod, given or de
posited by any one, to or in the bands of
myself, or any other person, for the par
pose of defraying any expenses inourred
on my behalf, or in aid of my eleotion, or
on scoouul of or in respect of the oonduot
or management of tbe said election. And
I further solemnly swear that I will not at
any future lime, make, or be a party to
the making or giving of any payment, re
ward, office, employment or valuable con
sideration for tbe poipose of defraying
any snob expenses as last mentioned, or
provide or be a party lo the providing of
any money, security of equivalent for
money for the purpose of defraying any
Section 4 provides that a candidate neg
leoting to make the statement required
by seotion 8, or who makes a falsa state
ment if eleoted, shall forfeit bis office,
AND IF AT THE TIKE HE IB HOLDIKU OFFICE
HE SHALL FORFEIT THE OFFICE HE HOLDS.
It is further provided that no oertifloats
of eleotion shall be issued to him and no
offlelal bond shall be aooepted from him.
Seotion 5 provides that no monsy shall
be paid for eleetion purposes by a candi
date or a oommittee either before or after
eleotion exoept for publio meetings, print
Ing, advertising, oiroulating specimen bal
lots, hand bllla and other equally legiti
mate expenses; the expenditures not to
exoeed $100 If made by a oandldate or $600
If made by a oommittee.
Numerous other provisions areoontained
in this seotion limiting tbe amount that
may be expended by a oandidate or In his
Seotion 8 provides that no money shall
be paid or expense Inourred by any person
for eleotion purposes except by a oandl
date or oommittee seleoted under seotion
1 or the superior authority to whlob the
committee is subjeot.
It farther provide! that money expended
mutt be paid out of tbe fundi in tbe
hands of a committee or by a candidate
Itdurthor provides that any oon tract made
in violation ol the act shall be absolutely
Section 11 provides that no candi
date shall pay, lend or contribute any
money or other valuable thing for the
purpose of shielding any person who has
been guilty of a orlme against the elec
live franchise or for services rendered in
securing tbe nominelion of tbe oandidete
except to pay the legal expense of e pri
mary election or the expense of oiroalettng
a nominating petition for signatures, ot
pay. lend or contribute any money or oiler
to do it to secure the withdrawal of a can
didate or for any purpose in oontraventlon
of the provleions of this sot, or expand
more money than he is authorised to ex
pond by this sot, or to refuse or neglect to
die the statement required by this aot.
It further provides that the oandidete
who violate! the provision* of this aot
shall be oriminally liable, and if an offioer
he shall forfeit hia oflioe, and if not an
officer but elected he shall forfeit hie office.
Section 13 provide* that any oilinen may
oonteat the right of any one to an office.
Section 17 provides that any person oon
rioted of a felony under any of the pro
visiona of this aot shall be deprived of the
right to vole.
Seotion 18 preeorlbee the dutiee of Dia
triot Attorneys undor the provialona of this
aot and for the employment of aesiatanl
Section 19 make* It unlawful for any
parson to pay, lend or contribute eny
money to any voter or to any other per
son to induce a voter to vote or refrain
from voting or to vote or refrain from
voting for any particular person or on ee
oouut of any voter having voted or re
frained from voting for any parlioolar
person, or to give, offer or promise any
office, place or employment or promise to
procure the same to indnoe any voter to
vote or refrain from voting, or to vote or
rofrain from voting tor a particular per
son or to attempt to influence tbe vote of
any voter by intimating that hia present
?r future employment ie dependent upon
he election of a particular person, or to
make any gift, loan, piomiae, offer, pro
oureuienl or agreement to, for or with any
person in order to induce suoh person to
procure or endeavor to procure the elec
tion of any person or to pay or cause to
be paid any money or other valuable thing
with tbe intent that it shall be nsed in
briberv or to repay money used in bribery,
or to pay or cause to be paid any money
tu or fur the use of eny person in oontid
•ration of Mag nominated or indonad aa
a candidate of aa; convection, organised
aaaambl; or other bod; claiming to rvpra
aaat a political past; or ia ooaaidaratioa
of so; person withdrawing ia a candidal*.
Ii farther provide* that an; person rio
lating aa; of the provision* of this reo
tion shall he punishable b; imprisonment
in the State's prison.
Seotion 20 makss it onlatrfnl for aa;
person to reeeira or oontract to recoivo
an; money, gtft, loan or otbtr valoablo
thing, offioe, place or employment for him
self or an; other person for voting or
sgrecing to vote or for coxing or agreeing
to oome to the polls or from refraining
or agreeing to refrain from voting for
an; particular person or to reoeivs an;
money or other valaable thing daring or
after an election either for hlmoatf or an;
other person for voting or having refrained
from voting for ao; partionlar potion or
on account of hlmtelf or an; other parson
baring oome to or remained away from the
polls or on aooonnt of having tndaaad a
parson to vote or refrain from voting for
an; particular person, or toroMv* an;
money or other valaable thing on aooonnt
of himself or no; other person having
voted to scours the elsetion or Indor**
msul of an; parson a* ths nominee or can
didate of an; convention, organised
assembly of delegate* or other hod; rep
resenting or claiming to represent n politi
cal past; or prinoipl* or aa; elnb, society
or association or for having aided ia secur
ing the selection or Indorsement of an;
person aa a nominee or eandldato.
It farther provide* that aa; person vio
lating an; of the provisions of this sec
tion shall ha punishable b; imprisonment
In the Btate’a prison.
Seotion 24 provides that an; parson who
give* or offers a bribe to aa; mem bar of
an; legislative body, oanens, political eoa
vaotion, committee, or at a primary also
Uon or polittoal gathering for the purpose
of influencing the person to whom the
bribe Is offered to M more favorable to
on* oandidata than another, and an; mem
ber of either of said bodies who receives
or offers to receive a bribe shall b* pun
ishable b; Imprisonment in the Slate’s
Section 29 provide! that an; person vio
lating the more Important provisions of
this act may bo compelled to testify againat
Seotion 86 prohibit! employer* from
tiling threats, Inllmldstion or an; other
Improper means to influence the voles of
his employe*. This (action appltas to oor
C’rations as well aa Individuals. The vlo
tion of an; of its numerous provisions
Is made a misdemeanor, and its violation
b; a corporation works a forfaiter* of it*
This is only a synopsis of th* moat im
portant sections of tbs sot. It eontaln* a
great number ol other proviaiona. It oor
ars thirteen pages oi the Statute* and pub
lished in full would oooup; seven columns
of the Bsktisf.l.
Poa tones Book, Stationery n«
We here Joel reoelved e fall eeiortment
of floe itetionery, beer belle, rnerbln, topi;
freib gerden ieidi ooniteully on bend;
feether daiteri, ploying oerdi, tooth pleki,
toilet peper; e line eeiortment of pern,
Inki, elbami, ierep booki, perfnmery, bird
oegei, ell klndi of lohool booki end lohool
lappliei, bleak booki, mimorendam
booki, end ell kind! of teblete; e oomplete
eiiortment of oatlery, pipei, olgerettei,
line imoklng end chewing tobeooo of ell
the loedlng brendi. Fine cigtri e
•peelelty. A fall line of toyi, dolli, end
everything elie pertelning to e flnt-oleie
verlety itore. Everything told et the
loweit prloei. W. J. Smith,
TU A STING DISEASES WEAKEN WON DEB*
fT fully because they weaken yon slowly, grad a
ally. Do not allow this wsste of body to moke
yon a poor, flabby, Immature man.Health, strength
and vigor is for you whether yon be rich or poor.
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was made by the specialists of the old famous Hud
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powerful vltallser made. It is so powerful that It
Is simply wonderful how harmless It Is. You can
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This extraordinary Rejuvenator Is the most
wonderful discovery of the age. It has been en«
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HUDYAN Is purely vegetable.
HUDYAN stops prematureness of the dis
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nervous twitching of the eyes and other parts.
Strengthens, Invigorates and tones the entire
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HUDYAN cures debility, nervousness, emis
sions, and develops and restores weak organs.
Pains in the back, losses by day or night stopped
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Prematureness means Impotency in the first
stage. It is a symptom of seminal weakness and
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the use of Hudyan. Hndyan costs no more than
any other remedy.
Sendfor circulars and testimonials.
TAINTED BLOOD—Impure blood due to
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A Stockton, Market aad Bills Sts.,
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