Newspaper Page Text
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A SKILIeM-A-iST SATURDAY, NOYbMBER a, I8#5. EOT ICE. All pniMi iiiibtad to the Sestxsei. are requested to make immediate pay ment, aa the boainee* of the lete firm of Cassidy A Skillmao moat be settled op. Persons having bills against the late firm will pleas* present them. A. Seillran, Trostee. Korska, Nevada, May 19, 1893, (III IITIOIAL HIHITALLMr. The firel iaaoa of the National Bimet aliiat he* been reeeieed. Hon. H. F. Bartine’* name appear* aa the editor and E. B. Light aa boaiaeae manager. Cbi oego ia the field that the new pamphlet cornea from. The edition oootaine fifty two page*, and ia atriotly non-partiaan. The following from the book itaelf will tell it more folly: Tha National Bimetalliat ia fighting the caoae of the people againat plotoc raoy. It ia 'upholding the interaat* of the maaaee againat a portion of the olaaaea. It i* for the American people and the American nation againat the world. Tbit U good dear sense and upholds the polioy advocated by the bimetallists of Nevada to the letter. In the leading artide the following appears: There it but one way to restore silver, and that la to restore it. This great work oannot be accomplished by making high-sounding declarations in favor of ailver and then eleotisg Congressmen, Senators and Presidents who will treat our wishes with contempt. He there* fore urge every man who has the cause at heart to use all honorable means to prevent the nomination for a national offioe of any man who is not unquali fiedly in favor of the free coinage and fall legal tender of both silver and gold at the ratio of 16 to 1. Mr. Bartine handles the entire artide in jnst as forcible a way, and with this kind of literature being scattered broad oast, it oannot fail to do the mission that it is formed for—that of educating the masses east of the Rockies.—Carson Ap P«»l* _ A New York dispatah of Oot. 28 says: It has been learned that the representa tives of the Spanish Government in this ooontry have diaoovered whet is said to be a new plot on the part of the sympa thizers with the Cuban insurgents to ship ammnnition from the United States to their eompatriots in Cuba. The Spanish Government’s representatives beard of the soheme some time ago, and employed a detective agency in the city to investi gate it. Detectives have been watching the operations of the insurgents’ friends for three weeks, and have reported to their employers that they have obtained sufficient faots to substantiate the origi nal story. The friends of the insurgents, according to the story, have tent large consignments of toys to Havana. These toys consist mostly of large and unueu ally heavy dolls. Their weight it ao oounted for by the deteotivee, who assert that eaoh doll contained a dozen rifle cartridges. The last consignment of dolls sent from this city to Cuba is re ported to have oontaioed four hundred oartridgee.^^^^^__^_^^_ At lut Mr. Platt of New York aeoma to hara pat an end to the harrowing ana. penaa whioh aome of tbe Repablioan oandidatea are aappoeed to have felt re garding hia intention!. Mr. Platt, it ia well underatood, ia aboot aa little friend ly to Mr. Harriaon'a oandidaoy aa ia Mr. Qaay. It remaintd to be dieoovered, therefore, whether hia inflaential aupport waa deatined to go to Major McKinley or to the Hon. Thomaa B. Reed or to Mr. Morton, who eeeme to be filling the poai tion of a probationary oandidate. Bat Mr. Platt haa broken hia ailenoe on at leaat one important particular. Speak ing to tbe Reoord’a correapondent, who had aaked him about McKinley, Platt replied, aententioualy: “We don’t want any more Ohio men in the White Houee." —Chioago Reoord. Senator Stewart announcea in bia newapaper, the Silver Knight, with the oonourrence of Senator Teller, that the Republican ailver men will aopport only a man who ia unequivocally for ailver for the Preaidenoy. Aa Senator Teller ia the acknowledged leader of the Republi can ailver foroea the announcement haa attracted a great deal of intereat, aa it meant that ha haa left the Republican party and Will join tbe ailver men in or ganizing a Ration at Silver party that will hold the balanoe of power in the Senate and elect the aezt Preaident of the United Statea. Aa the gold men are now ahaping the old partiea no man who favora free ooinage can aopport either of them.—Reno Journal. The newt that Russia ia sanding a big fleet to Corea baa caused the greatest alarm in London. The leading news papers thera have editoriala expressing the opinion that war between Japan and England on one aide and Russia and France on the other ie inevitable. The impression ia general that neither Ger many nor the United States can allow the Pacific to become a Franco-Russian lake. ________ Orders were sent out from the Treas ury Department at Washington on the 23d nit. directing the closing of the New Orleans Mint. It ia not thought the eoinage of silver dollars will be resumed until there is aome action taken by Con grass on the currency question. Effort ia being made at Indianapolis to develop Governor Matthews into a Pres idential possibility. His special element of Strength ia in bia assumed ability to carry Indiana against any one the Repub licans may nominate, not excepting the grandfather-hatted and the gracefully talking ex-President.—Denver Post, t'WBKKNI*”* I**** Pnrfljr •> Kleellnwe Ei rfk v. Oct. 29. 1895. Editor SrSTORI.: The provision* of the "Purity of Election* Law" that can be moat easily enforced and that will be found moat effective in putting a stop to corrupt practices in the nomination and election of onr public officers are sections 4 and 11. Section 4 provides that any candidate who fails to file a statement or makes a false statement of moneys re ceived or expended as prescribed by sec tion 3 of the Act, in addition to the pun ishment prescribed by the laws of the State, shall forfeit any office to which he may have beeo elected. It farther pro vides that no certificate of election shall be iaaned to him and no officinl bond pre sented by him shall be approved. The incumbent of the office, unless he is him self the guilty candidate, is required to contioue to hold the office. If the incum bent is the guilty candidate, however, he forfeits the office as incumbent and as the successful oandidate. Section 11 of the lew, emoogat ita other oumerona proviaiona, provider that any candidate for an office who paya, Itnda or oontribntea any money or other valuable oooaideration for any purpoee in contra vention of the proviaiona of the law, in addition to the pnniahment preacribed by the law* of the State, ahall forfeit any office to which he may have been elected, and if he ia the incumbent of an office at the time of hia election he ahall forfeit that office alao. If a candidate procorea, aida, counaela or adviaea the payment of any money or other valuable conaidera tion by or on behalf of a committee ee leoted under the Act which would if the candidate expended it bimaelf work a forfeiture of the offiae to which he had been elected, ahall in like manner forfeit the office. It i* an old adage, that “everybody • busineas ia nobody’a business." The Legislature in passing this law seemed to have had this in view, and by section 18 made it the business of the District At torney specially to see to the enforce, ment of the law. Section 18 provides that the District Attorney, when notified that the law has been violated, if there ia reasonable grounds for instituting a prosecution, shall file a complaint charg ing the offense. It further provides that if the District Attorney fails or refuses to perform any duty imposed upon him by the Act, he shall forfeit iiis offiue. It further provides that it shall be the duty of the Distriot Attorney, under penalty of the forfeiture of his office, to prosecute all persons guilty of a vio lation of any of the provisions of the Act, the penalty of which ia fine or im prisonment or removal from office. The law-makers were also evidently of opinion that a Distriot Attorney might possibly bo himself corrupt and disposed to shield political friends and supporters or luke-warm or inefficient, and therefore they further provided that any citizen might employ an attorney to aaaist the Distriot Attorney and that he should be recognized by the District At torney and the Coart as associate coun* sel and that no prosecution, action oi proceeding shall be dismissed without notice to or against objections of asso ciate counsel, and not until the reasons of the District Attorney, together with the objections thereto, shall have been died in writing and folly considered by the Court. From the above it will be seen at a glance that these sections of the law not only go to the root of the evil practices heretofore prevailing, bnt in providing in addition to punishment criminally for in fractions of the law by candidates and committees that successful candidates shall forfeit the offioe to whioh they have been eleoted, the Legislature has adopted at onoe a just and the beat remedy to stop corrupt prsctioea in the nomination and election of onr publio officers. Thos. Wmj. Secretary George P. Keeney of the San Franoisco branoh of the American Bimetallic League spent several hours in an interview with Senator J. P. Jones at the Palace yesterday, says the Call of Tuesday last, in relation to the proposed Chiosgo convention in Deoember. As a result of this interview, Mr. Keeney said that Senator Jones favored the idea of a conference. If the conference is held it is its purpose to form a distinctively new party on the financial issue. The editor of the Philadelphia Ledger used to go fishing with President Cleve land at Bnzzard's Bay. At intervals be tween bites the two men talked politios. The editor now says that Mr. Cleveland is not now, has never been, and will not be, a candidate for a third term. The only contipgenoy qnprovided for is that the editor may not have accurately in terpreted Mr. Cleveland's ponderous sentences. The most sensational report ever issued by a State bureau was made publio by the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics. It charges that the great majority of the wealthy taxpayers of Illinois, sod more especially of Chicago, are perjurers; that the Assessors are guilty of malfeasance in office; that the present financial condi tion of Chicago is directly traceable to the corrupt system of taxation.—Peoria Railroad Telegrapher. Russia is reported as concentrating land and naval forces on the southeast extremity of Corea. The present indi cation is that Russia has fixed her busi ness eye on the southern port she has been looking for for several years. There are few cities in Amerioa that can make as good a financial ahowing as San Francisco. The municipality's net debt is less than a quarter of a million dollars, while it owna property worth over $25,000,000.—Examiner. Senator Sherman announoes that ow ing to his advanced age he has given op hie life ambition to be President. He will go to the convention as a delegate from Ohio and will present McKinley’s name. UKN tlOK Illlit*’* OPISIO*. j Oar people ere desperate; we ere ap proaching a war between the rich end the poor, and I look for lote of tbroat cnttiog between now end 1900. The millioneiree heee oppressed the meases until the letter ere like a eqoeeied lemon. They ere unable to eduoete their children, to travel and improve their minds or to reed books, papers end meg siiscs. They merely make a living end a scent one at thet. They have grown desperate. The millionaires buy up half the messes, put arms in their hands to intimidate the other half, end thus keop them all in subjection. The time is com ing when these people will rise np in bloody confliot. I look for it during the next Presidential election or the one after thet. All writers on our Govern ment unite in declaring thet if the Re public ever goes to pieces it will be dur ing a Presidential eleotion, in a confliot over the spoils of office. Calhoun spoke the truth when he said that the teodeney of Republics was towards despotism, never toward democracy. So firmly do I believe that this revolution is coming that I am already prepared for it. I have three sons, and to that end I am giving them all a military education, so that when the throat-cutting cornea they will not be the high privates in the rear racks. INOKBNOLLIHI. Nothing could more powerfully illus trate the complacency of the churches of this age than the fact that Bob In ge r soli preached to a large congregation at Chicago on Sunday evening and went home unmolested. For such a perform ance a few decades ago he would have been tarred and feathered, and it is not so long ago that the open dissemination of the doctrines of infidelity would have been met with fire and faggots. In these times, however, not only are organiza tions of every kind permitted to attack particular forms of religion, but Inger soll is permitted to assail them all. Of course, the answer of the churches to the eloquent Colonel will be prompt and powerful—that is to say, if they deign to notice him at all. Perhaps they will crush him with silence, which on some occasions is an effective weapon in argument. At all events, Ingersoll’s arraignment of religions and the attack he made on the theological idea of hell, will be met in the proper way and re futed by those who are set to look after our spiritual welfare. We may safely, therefore, pass his arguments by in silence. Bat what shall be said of the crowded pit, galleries and stage which the Colonel addressed? Of what was this ungodly concourse thinking during the two hours in which they listened with rapt atten tion to his lurid arraignment of that which many people hold in reverence ? Of course, Chicago is a hard town. Not much in the way of godliness is to be ex pected from it. But Ingersoll draws crowds in other cities—perhaps not ao dense nor so enthusiastic, but still crowds. And nothing is done to him. In him free thinking is allowed to have full sway everywhere, and everywhere he is applauded. These things suggest a few questions. Among them are these: Is Ingersoll the inventor of a new faith, which, like Christianity in the days of Pontius Pi late, is slowly creeping into the hearts of men ? If not why are his words swal lowed by vast crowds and his dootrines spreading everywhere. His Christian* ity, like Paganism, found a religious rival that will eventually sweep it away T —S. F. Post_ It will give aome idea of the vaatneaa of the American continent to aay that according to Dr. Dawaon, the chief of the Canadian Geological Survey, there are in the Dominion 1,250,000 aqnare milea unexplored. There ia a region be tween the Mackenzie river and the Pa cific Coaat and aouth of the Arotio oircle larger than the State of Waabington, concerning which all that can be aaid ia that a party once oroaaed it. If to un> explored Canada we add unexplored Alaaka, and aeveral amaller areaa in the United Statea, we reach a total of 2,000,000 aqnare milea in North Amer ica, without including Mexico, of which we know praotioally nothing.—Seattle Timea. _ Mr. SI. John, President of the Mer cantile National Bank of New York, ar gued before the Bankers’ Association at Atlanta that independent bimetallism would be successful in the United States if attempted under present conditions and at the ratio of 16 to 1. The gold men will answer in the old way by skip ping the argument and saying the au thor is a orank.—S. F. Call. Acurioua lawsuit isreported from Min nesota. A man named Phair was out shooting and was attacked by a big moose. As moose are protected by law Phair was afraid to shoot the animal and was badly hurt. He hat now brought an action for damages against the State on the ground that the animal is a ward of the State and he was handicapped in de fending himself. In the election to take plaoe next Taeaday there are the following tochooae from in New York city: The Tam manyitea, the Plattitea, the Fuaioniatv, the Popoliata, the Prohibitioniata, the Goo Gooe, the Garooa and the Gazooe, and wherever victory lighta ahe will have to make her perch in the dark amid a ooufuion of diacordant elemente. A Moacow jeweler ia now making a ailver aervice for the Rnaaian Czar which ia to coat 100,000 rublea (about $80,000). The work will be bniahed ia time for uae at the coronation aervicea. The piecea are of aolid ailver, ia the atyle of Looia XIV. _ Mr. Allerton baa returned from hia va cation and aaya he believea William Mo Kiuley will be the next Preaident. It might be well to add that Mr. Allerton telle of having caught 150 blueliah in ona day.—Chioago Newe. PI BlalC M MOBl. Hf[tort #1 Kiff|(a Piibllr HaaI lor the Moath fcailloa OH. *». IMS. __ ^P|*P|"|f i, o 4 I * H A ■* a •* tr2 e* io *||S? So la |Sj?| 8| ■ Hl(hSchool.I 50 67 J3 »7 t» .... Grammar impart 19 17 M 100 1 Third Prl-rj ri'pt 10 s» H £ i2 ‘ii SrcordPrlynpl 6« 66 « IM It Klrat Prl*ry Drp’t 54 53 _51 _9» J't_> Total ■. W7 Ml »« »71 »» » A. L. DownstnorB, Principal. Star scholars, * * * Those who base been neither absent nor lardy daring the month, and whose deportment has been satisfactory. High School — Hattie Raphel, Lou Smith, Helen Whitmore, Herman Karsky, Ruby McCharlee, Allred Sadler, Tearl Oates. Onstina Bremenkampf, John Me Charles, Maggie Jones, Alma Spinner, Arthur Smith, Liaxie Bonetti, Allis Fer rell, Bert Henderson, Kate Uuebner, Jes sie Karsky, Flora Wittenberg, Jennie GregoTiob, Alioo Phillips, Floy Ford, Tessa Morris, Bay Broy, Susie Mnlooy, Maud Moorman. A. E. Kara, Teacher. Grammar Department—Delbert Broy, lone Ericson, Rosa Hillls, Clarence Kind, Wilber Lucey, Willie Nully, Nellie Bob Inson, Grace Tree ere, William Doonelly, Jeanette Farlinger, Jules Karsky, Elrira Togninl, Otillio Tognini. Josephine Dillon, Teacher. Third Primary Department—Minnie Bremenkampf, Clorinda RebagleatU, Wen dall Jones, Bertha Sadler, Francis Robin son, Lila Nully, Annie MoBride, James Morris. Josie Bobebtson, Teaoher. Second Primary Department —Lizaie Anderaon, George Broy, Emma Creeletto, Allie Henderaon, Mae Kind, Ed Whit more, Rudolph Zadow, Mary Cardinali, Chriaty Fulton, Jennie Hill, Emma Boomhower, Mary Curto, Sophie Fulton, Martin Johnaon, Ethel McGarry, Annie Regli, Jennie Zadow, Weedy Oardanali, May Coyle, Aimee Ford, Robert Hillie, Grace Jonea, Della Karaky, Mary Lucey, Fannie Hancock, Mamie Morriaon, Harold Batcbelder, Alfred Huebner, Lucile Riree, Gertrude Riree, Julia Trento, Ira McCon nell, Jeaaie Anderaon. Blanche A. Atherton, Teacher. Firat Primary Department—Joe Rebag leattl, Harry Morria, Frankie McBride, Arthur Rice, Frankie Straua, Joaephine Mulcoy, Myrtle Cobb, John Lucey, John Pepper, Louia Gregoricb, John Clenden ing, Hazel Smith, Eatella Reid, Ida Riob arda, Francea Nulty, Pearl Hanoock. Mks. J. N. Hill. Teacher. Mr. Gladstone continues to the full the severe course of study which he mapped out for himself when he retired from publio life. He is in his study about 10 o’clock in the morning, and he reads and writes steadily till luncheon time. This occupies him about half an hour, and then he .etires again for more work. Then comes a drive, and then, after dinner, another period of reading, varied by backgammon. Hit work on Bishop Butler includes a moat elaborate concordance (not merely an index) of the sense of the more notable worde whioh Butler employe—in itself a gigantic task. He has made great progress with the ar rangement of bis correspondence, which includes some hundreds of thousand! of letters. His health ia practically per fect, and his sight is much improved since the operation on hia eyea. Mr. Gladstone haa turned hia eighty-sixth year.—Pall Mall Gazette. It is reported that at a fair in a Con necticut town a few days ago there was a monkey at which the publio were al lowed to throw robber balls, three for 5 cents, with prizes for whoever hit hirp. The humane agent interfered on behalf of the monkey, but wheu a small col ored boy was substituted he let the game go on. That seems a good daal like monkeyiog with humanity.—8. F. Call. The deepest shaft on the Comstook is the one known as the "The Combina tion. ” Ita depth ia 3,260 feet. The next deepest is the Yellow Jacket, 3,000 feet. -8. F. Call. BOHN. At Prospect, Eureka county, October 29,1895, to the wife of M. Antonlazsl, a daughter. _ D IBP. Id Reno, Oct. 24,1895, the infant eon of Mr. end Mr*. B. T. Wheeler, aged 7 months. At the Dunderberg Mine, Eureka county, Nevada, Oct. 31, 1895, George William Tingley, a native of the above named place, aged 10 j ears, 4 mooths and 18 days. [The friends of ths family will regret to learn of the death of little George, only son of the lste J. Howe Tingley. The child was taken with a pain in hie bowels last Monday. On the day of his death he was seised with vomiting, and rapidly grew wor«e. No idea was formed of his dangerous condition np to within a fsw minutes of his dsath, ths osuse of which was probably hemorrhage of ths stomach, supposed to have been primarily caused by his Jumping from the trestle work at ths Dunderberg mine last Sunday. The grief-stricken mother, and his sister, Mrs. T. H. Williams, have the gen eral sympathy of the community In their sad bereavement. The funeral takes place to-day from the family residence at the Dunderberg mine, at half-past 1 o'clock. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE TOMPAW. jyOTlOE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT THE State and County Taxee for the year 1895, are now due and payable at my office in the Courthouse, and that they will become delinquent on MONDAY, the 2d day of December, 1895, and that the law io regard to their collection will be etrlctly enforced. P. H. HJUL, Treasurer and Ex-officio Tax BeoeWtr. Eureka, Not., Not. 1, 1895. FOR SALE. House, furniture, good cooking Stove, etc., tor Ml*. Apply to oi-n* mrs. Firm. Neb mu, The Eighth Contention of the Trnne Miasieeippi Commercial Congreea will hold ite next meeting at Omaha, com mencing Monday, November 25, 1895. Numerous important matters will be con sidered at this meeting, and a fall num ber of delegates are expected to be in at tendance, especially from the States and Territories lying west of the Mississippi river, each of whom are entitled to ten delegates, which may be appointed by the Governors of their reapeotive States and Territories. The Salt Lake Herald says by the im position of a special tax of 6ve cents per head on all sheep ranged within ite bor ders the State of Nevada has lost a large number of heavy flocks that have for years ranged in the eastern part of the State. Moat of these sheep are owned by Utah growers and in the future they will be ranged in Northwestern Utah and Southern Idaho. NEW TO-PAY. Sheriff’s Sale. In the Third Judicial District Court or lh« State or Nevada, In aad for Burnku County. ▲DAM STOIILrOOT, Plaintiff, vf. R. SADLER, Defendant. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of the District Court of the Thirl Judicial Dlatrict of the State of Nevada, in and for Eureka county, on the 14th day of Oc tober, A. D. 1895, and to me directed and deliv ered for a judgment rendered in aai J Court on the Ith day of July A. D. 1895, In favor of Adam Stuhlfoot, plaintiff, and against R. Sad ler, defendant, for the sum of one thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight dollars and twenty-one cents If1,928 31). in lawful money of the United States, with interest thereon at the rate of seven (7) per cent per annum in like lawful money from said date until paid, to gether with twenty-six dollars and ninety cent* (|26 90), coat and disbursement at the dale of •aid judgment, I have on this, the 3d day of November, A. D. 1895, levied upon and taken in execution all of tr.e right, title and interest of the said defendant, R. Sadler, in and to the following real estate property, to wit: Those certain lots, pieces and parcels of land, situated, lying and being in the town and connty of Kureka, State of Nevada, and partic ularly described as follows, to wit: Lot No. 13, In block No. 37; alao, lots Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4, in block No. 94; also, north fifteen (16) feet, lot No. 8, In hloek No. 3«>; also, lots Nos. 1, 3, 3,4, 6, 8,7, 8,9, in block 76; slso. lot No. 12, In block No. 40; slso, one-third (1-3) interest In lots Nos. 3snd 4, in block 23, as per official map of the town of Eureka, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any* wise appertaining. Also, all of the right, title and Interest of the said defendant, R. Sadler, lo and to that certain property lying and being situated on South Ruby Hill, and particularly described as follows, to wit: A frame bouse, formerly owned and known as the Fitxpatrick house, and also a frame house formerly owned and known as the Oiifhu house, and now occu pied by Mrs. Bryant, I have alao by virtue of said execution levied upon the following described personal property belonging to the defendant, to wit: Four (4) freight wagons and nlna (9) wood or charcoal wagons. And public notice is hereby given that a portion of the above described personal property will be sold at pnbllc auction upon the premises where aitnated, between O'Neil and Nob II 11 Avenues, on Monday, No. vember 11, A. D. 18?5, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. M., and a portion of aaid property where sit uated In block No. 19, oppoelte and southeast of the Eureka Consolidated Company’s fur nacea at 2 o’clock p. x. of said day. and that on Saturday, the 23d day of November, A. D 1895, Between the hoars of 9 o’clock a. x and 5 o’clock p. M., to wit: at 12 o'clock m. of aaid day, at the front door of the Courthouse, in the town of Eureka, county and Stats aforesaid, I will sell at public auction all of the right, title and interest of the said defendant, R. Sadler, In and to the above described real prop erty, to the highest and beat bidder, for cash in hand, or so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff’s judgment and all scorn ing coat. A. O. CLARKE. Sheriff. By J. 0. Ravbll, Deputy Sheriff. Dated at Eureka, Nevada, November 2, A. D. 1895. Thomas Wbbm, Attorney for Plaintiff. Assessment Notice. JACKSON MINING COMPANY-LOCATION of principal place of business, San Fran olsco, California; looatlon of works, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. Notice la hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 17th day of October, 1893, au assessment (No. 16) of twenty* five (25o) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable Imme diately, in United States gold coin, to the Sec. re tar y, at the office of the company, 606 Batter street, room 7, Ban Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 26th day of November, 1896, will be delinquent end advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on (he 24th day of Decem ber, 1896, to pay the delinquent assessment, to* gether with costa of advertising and expenses of tele. By order of the Board of Directors. THOS. J. HEAD, Secretary. Ofltoe—606 Butter street, room X Ban Fran cleeo, California. o26-4w To Examiner Submits. PARTIES DESIRING TO SUBSCRIBE FOB the Weekly San Francisco Examiner, by leaving their money and addresses with Poet, mast Clarke at the Postofflce, will have the matter attended to. No charge will be made to remit the subscription money. e28-tf IT OTICE. TO TIIE LADIES OF EUREKA AND RUBY Hill: A Competent Nurse, with hospital experience, who thoroughly understands the care of mother and child. Also, a nice suite of rooms for ladies from the oountry. Charges reasonable. MRS, 0. NORRIS, s7 Nob Hill. DB. JAMBS WILLIAMS, PHTUCUX AMD .LMCVl or riot la bnuu, Uoiiiiiu*. I. C. C. WHITMORE. i. W. HUBERT. J. W. LAMBERT & CO., South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada -DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Etc. FLOUR, HAY AND GRAIN. Tinware, Crockery, Glassware. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. WAGONS, MOWERS, REAPERS. Mining Supplies of all Kinds. General Merchandise. LIQUORS “TOBACCO. .AGENTH FOR THE. STANDARD OIL CO., BRM0N TOBACCO CO., PIIEX1X MILLING CO., AND THE California Powder Works. Call and Get Prices on our Goods. F. J. SCHNEIDER DRUC STORE, SUB.1MCA, : : NEVADA DEALER IN PURE DRUGS, Choicest Toilet Articles, PATENT MEDICINES, FINE STATIONERY, SPECTACLES AND EYEBLASSfS, ....AND A.... COMPLETE LINE_ OF NOTIONS. I1V1RYTHINQ IN A FIRST-CLASS DRCQ j Store may ba found at thla aatabllah ment. Prrarrlptlona I'anfnlly lorn ponuded I»oy or Hltfbt, AGENT FOR GRAY’S YEOETABLE TEA. C. a. BATCH EL OK It, : : Proprietor (Buecaeaor to J. . Capron ) THo IMi County Bart ItaMMHi to Paxton A Oo.) Capital Stook, S100,000 WILL BUT AND Bf L EXCHANGE OB Ban Pranolaco, Now York, London nad Iho principal Eaotcrn and European Oltlaa. B. K. MORRISON.Praaldant JOHN TORRF....Vloa Praaldant MORITZ 8CHEELINK.Oaahla, Hlnlit and Other (Mocha Bench I and laid ea Co men Union. Baraka. March t. 1M0. mb -tl BARGAINS Fine footwear, just received direct from honest, responsible East* era end Western manufacturers, and were bought before the recent advance in the price of leather goods of all kinds. Ladies', Misses’ and Children’s Oxford Ties and Button Shoes in latest styles. Men's, Boys’ and Youths' Fine Dress and Heavy Shoos; Minora’ Nailed Goods. Good, honest-wearing School Shoes of all kinds and at figures low down. Gall and examine Goods and prices and you will And that for stylish, durable Goods my prices In spot cash are Just right to suit the limes KFAI1 Goods guaranteed m repre* sealed or Money Heturned. H.A.McKIM, Eureka, Nev„ May 24,1895. my25 C. HAMILTON, DHNTI8T. OFFICE AT TIIEJAOMoN 1IOC8I, liOOM 4, down etaire. Eureka, Nevada, Hag 11,1 8*3. al-j ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, Salt Lake City, __COin>CCTKD by m.,Ma SISTERS of the HOLT CROSS. Stud its (nr boordere end day pupils will be resumed tbs first Monday In September, lfidfi. EF’TKHMS MODERATE. Bend reference. For catalogue, etc., ad dress as shore. _lyfitl OYSTER SALOONS AND CHOP HOUSE. North Main (treat, Eur.k., Imlt. WM, ROBINSON, • - • Lessee. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Oytlm rwMlfpd dally by •*»»••■ And All lh« dAllOAClM of lb# DU Ark At kApt oonAtABtly on bAnd. ■LKGANT PRIVAT* ROOMS. WARNING. PARTIES OWNINO HOI 818, COWS Jack., Hog. or .By other ktL Uva stock running at larg. In or abont th ktreet* of Eureka, between the hour, of * r. K. and 7 A. «, are hereby notified that they must keep ■uch stock off the atreettalee they will be token Up, Impounded, end th# lie reliUng thereto wll be etrictly enforced. Minor* are also notified that thay most ob ter. e tha ourfnw law—namely, not to be on th* street* after the hour of 8 o'clock r. .. A. O. CLARKE, Sheriff. Eureka, Nerada, Jan. 11. 1896. To Whom It Hay Goan All persons are hereby warned to abstain from dumping on tba publlo streets and thoroughfares of the town of Burette, elli garbage, refuse, waste matter, sweepings and decayed vegetables or other subsumes from this time forth, or the law will he Invoked to provent the seme. A.O. CLARKE, Sheriff. F.nreka, April 30, 1806. __ Kl'KKKtk LtlDUK NO. IS. * *• *• rniiK sTtTro coissicnioations of *u* I reke Lodge No 1«. F * A. M will be held et Masonic Hall on the Saturday of or be fore the full of the moon In each month. SIMON II. FRASIER, W. M. J. N. Hn.L, Secretary. NT. JOHN'N CHAFTEN, HO. ». The stated convocations of bt. John's Ohepter, Ne. I. B. A. Will held at Masonic Hell on the Betnrdey n«Lt anoceedlnii the pele of the moon In month?111* JOHN H. SHOEMAKER. H. P. 0. 8. Bstchilobb, Bseretary_ Toys, candies, nuts and fancy caries, for sale cheap at McConnell’s.