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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY E. A. SKILLMAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1W». niMTRier c«*r«r. Judge W. D. Jones opeoed Coort in Eureka Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and transacted tba following business : Emma M. Bassett vs. Abner Bassett— Divorce granted plaintiff. jakfabt 8, 1902. Tbe list of jurors was oalled, and all answered except Ed Watkins and J. (>. Henderson. Tbe Court ordered that they each be notified by the Clerk to appear in Coart at the first day of tbe March session to show oause why they should not be punished for contempt for not be ing present when their names were called. Irwin vs. Tognoni—Dock water Water Soit—When thie case wae oalled P. Breen, attorney for plaintiff, informed the Court that plaintiff had dismissed tbe action. Whelan vs. Whalen—Action on Prom issory Note—On motion of attorney for plaintiff, and at reqaeat of attorney for defendant, thie case was continued to February 15, and set for trial at that date, without a jnry, if not sooner set tled, it being understood that the Coort will not hear tbe trial till the March ses sion of Court. Jones et al. vs. Prospect Mt. Tunnel Co.—Miomg Case—E. 8. Farrington ap peared for plaintiff, John L. Williams, and moved for an order to survey the mines of defendant, on the part of plain tiff, Williams. Thomas Wren, counse. for defendant, objected to the motion being granted, alleging that two of the plaintiffs, J. E. Jones and John Evans, had been dead several years, and that no legal or any substitution as plaintiffs had been bad for either of said deceased plaintiffs. Mr. Wren moved to dismiss tbe action for want of prosecution, show ing that the case had been in Court since 1893 without any steps having been taken by plaintiffs till tbe motion for survey, but later withdrew the motion to dis miss. When tbe motion for an order to survey was submitted the Court prompt ly overruled it, upon the ground that it was only made on behalf of one of tbe six plaintiffs, it appearing that the action on the part of plaintiff was a joint ac tion. Peter Rutherford of Currant Creek, Nye county, Nevada, was admitted to citizenship. Sadler vs. Wittenberg et al.—Mining Case—The order setting this oase was vacated, and on motion and by consent of oouosel on both aides the case was set for trial the first day of the March term (1902) of Court. Ia the matter of the estate of W . \>. Nickels, deceased—-This case has been io Coart since November, 1892, and bat had five administrators. Last Summer Judge Jones made an order directing that a final account be filed, and for a speedy settlement of the estate. Id September an account was filed, and Clay Simms, Administrator, with Wren and Bartlett, his attorneys, appeared and the account was considered. It looked for a time that but little progress would be made, but the Court persisted, and it was finally foimd that all the property of the estate of any consider* able value had been sold; the real estate for $1,850, and the personalty for $2, 970 51, leaving $1,177.29 in oash on baud. It also appeared that there was still owing as oosts of administrations to: M. Rich. $3 75 Knglert & Reid. 31 50 G. S. Henderson. 30 17 H. Kind. 125 76 J. W. Lambert. 30 60 A. Skillman. 110 25 Thomas Wren. 23 00 J. H. Hoegh. 6 30 Wm. Blair. 200 80 D, O. Coleman. 125 00 T. A. Burdick. 56 59 Clay Simms. 250 00 Total.31,023 72 Leaving a balance of cash on band of $153,57. There are a few olaime due the eatate out of which $100 may be real wed. The Court ordered the claim*, amounting to $773.72, to be paid forth with, leaving the claim of the Adminis trator and the attorneys to be paid on final settlement. The Administrator was given five days in which to file his final aooount and petition for settlement thereof aod final discharge, and in which to collect or sell all claims doe the es tate, and to finally wind up the estate, and on the hearing and approval of the final account the fees for the attorneys will be fixed and allowed by the Court, and the same ordered paid. In the matter of the estate of A. P. Anderson, deoeased—The will was ad mitted to probate and letters ordered to issue to Mrs. Anderson opon her taking the oath of offioe. JANUARY 9, 1902. In the matter of the estate of John Evans, deoeased—Hannah Williams, with her attorney, E. S. Farrington, filed a petition for letters and for sum mary administration of aaid estate; and it was ordered that letter* iaen* to her OB her taking the oeth of office. In the matter of the eatate of Mary J. McCoy, deceeeed -Final acooont nettled and allowed, eatate cloned aod dietrib oted to Geraldine, Richard Y. and Me Coy Fitzgerald, and ezeeotor releaeed and diecbarged. Io the matter of the eatate of D. J. J. McLaughlin, deceaeed—Order made and filed that legal notice to creditor* ha* been given. In the matter of the eetete of Herman J. Sadler, deceased— Order made aod filed that legal notice to creditor* he* been given. Th* Court wae in »e**ion up to Friday boob, when Judge Joce* left tor Auotin. The Srmtinzl failed toeeeure a repoit of Friday'* proceeding*. MARRIED. At Lamoille Valley, Klko county, Ne vada, January 8, 1902, by Rev. Father Manion, .fame* Billet of Fort Halleck and Mary Nora McDermott of Lamoille Valley. SEW TO DAY. BILLS PASSED • •. .BY TH*.... COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ....AT TUIB.... MEETING, JAN. 6, 1902. Ordered, That the following soma of money be allowed the following named persona, re spectively, to wit • BILLS ALLOWED JAM. 6, 1902. Alex. Fraser, salary.$25 00 John Hancock, 8r., salary, etc.. 32 7ft P. Paronl, salary. 25 00 Ptfter Breen, salary. 75 00 Wm. Spinner, salary. 83 33 J. II. IIoegh. salary, etc. 117 32 T. A. Burdick, salary. 150 00 W J. Hooper, salary... 125 00 C G Gordon, salary. 60 00 J.J.Luoey, salary.- 60 00 L. W. Cromer, salary. 25 00 A.Goffln, work. 2 50 C. H. Hand and J. B. Kiddle, bridge ex aminers . 10 80 Eureka Sentinel, printing and adv. 20 00 San FraneDeo Bridge Go., bridge at Beo wawe....... . 3,04100 Phil Aker, noxious animals. 31 60 James Downing, noxious animals. 6 00 Wallace Ba ley, noxious animals. 6 00 George Young, work. 25 00 Mireka Water Works, water. 80 00 Ernest Man, mdse. 4 G> J. IV M -Elroy, fire warden. 10 00 P .H.Hjnl, mdse. 68 00 John Mt Ktrnan, fees.... 3 6o Peter Loh, hauling. 13 00 T K. Jewell, road work contract.. 200 00 Mrs. M. Ferrell, Matron at Hospital. 158 00 A. Loucke, .wood. 27 0o BOLL REJECTED. J. J. Ford, noxious animals.. 28 56 IKDIOBNT. Ordered, Thst the following sums of money be allowed the following-nsmed indigent per sons. to wit: K. Watson. $10 00 John McElroy...... 10 00 H A. Fisher. 10 00 D. 8. Rockwell. 10 00 Mrs Bennett. 8 00 Mrs. Dolan. 7 00 Henry Rowe. 10 00 A. Fraser, (for M. Dougherty). 8 00 Geo. Cameron, and sister. 20 00 Hugh Ban non. 10 00 •Wm Ky. 10 00 Henry Parr. 10 00 M. Fisher. 10 00 W. Harrington. 10 00 H. W. Miles. 10 Ou Joe Richardson. 10 00 Wm. Sargent. 10 00 Wm. Scheuch. 10 00 I hereby certify that the above is s correct copy of the record. J. H. HOEGH. Clerk. Notice toCreditors fo ill© Third Judicial IHalrlcl four I of the nut© of Nevada, Id aud for F.orska < ouulj. In the Matter of the Estate of John Lee, Deceased. 'V'OTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned, Clay Simms, was on the 10th • lay of January, 1903 by the Third Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for Eureka county, duly appointed aa Ad ministrator of the estate of John Lee, lete of said Eureka county, deceased, and having qualified as such, Letters of Administration thereon have been issued to him, and a Sum mary Ad miatratlon of aaid estate having been by said Court ordered. All creditors having claims against said estate are required to file the lime, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court, within forty days of the first publication of this notice. CLAY SIMMS, Administrator of the Estete of John Lee, deceased. Gko. A. Babtlett, Artt'y for Administrator. Date of First Publication, Jan. 11,1902. lJaaU4t Notice to Creditors In the Third Judicial DlatrletCourt ol (he male or Nevada, In and for Eureka County. Id the Matter ot the Estate of Andrew P, Anderson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Johanna S. Anderson, was on the 8tb day of January, 1901. by the Third Judicial District Court of the Btate of Ne. vsda, in and for Eureka county duly appointed as Executrix of the last will and testament of Andrew P. Anderson, late of said Eureka connty, deceased, and having qualified as such, Letters Teatainentary thereon hare been issued to her and a Summary Administration o( laid estate having been by said Court ordered. All creditors having olalma against said estate are required to file the same, with proper voucher# attached, with the Clerk of the Court, within forty day# of the first publication of this notice. JOHANNA S. ANDERSON, Executrix. Geo. a. BauTLErr, Attorm j for Executrix. Data of first publication, Eureka, Nevada, January II, MM. JU4W ratal AeeMent. Virginia Report, Jan. 2: Yesterday morning while Col. Boyle and a man named McQnarrie, of Virginia City were driving from Col. Boyle'a mine at Como, the team ran away on a narrow road air or seven miles from Dayton. Both men were thrown ont, Mctjuarrie being instantly killed. Col. Boyle waa taken to Dayton, and ia in a very eerious condition. Ilia collar bone is broken and he ia bleeding from the noee and ears, and is unconscious most of the time. The attending.phy sician fears concussion of the brain. On Nhlpmewta Over lh« K. * P. The following ore ehipmente here been made over the Eureka * Palieade Railroad tor the week ending January 10,1903: *m*. pomne op on*. Eureka Con... 88,060 Exeeleior. *iZ,7Z5 Diamond. 87,490 Herdie Summerdeld baa jnet been re appointed U. S. Dietrict Attorney lor the Dietrict of Nevada. Latest quotation for eilver ie 56 cent*; Lead, A. S. ft R. Co’e price, $3.50; New York Exchange, $4; Copper, 11J cente per pound. 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I . . a I t a ■ : CD I 4p I. |. «....*• 40 *J-l I ' 2 —.— S ' 0 M3 | < O (9 • • • « • • • • C« 0^ | •3 SSI : s S! :::::::: s ' M I o 0 H n Cl t> Kl ffl $ H £ H FOR LADIES A Very Large Line of Cape Shawls Hoods !! .... AND.... Fascinators, SnitaWe for Ciulstmas Gills. Ladies' Fancy Belts 75o to $1.50. Fall and Winter Styles of Ladies’ Hats. A Large assortment of Hankerehiefs for Holiday trade. MEN’S SUITS. Boys' & Children's Saits Overcoats. All Prices, All Colors. fall and Examine liar Line. Largest Mia Ton HKNVtY KIND, Proprietor, EUltEHA, NEVADA. ■LA BORATE CHCRCR WEODIBO. On* of the prettieet ohorch wedding* eeen in Oeklend, Cel., for come time wee the! of Miee Irene Beker end Dr. John De F. Grieeim of Sen Joee. The mer riege ceremony wee performed on the efternoon of Jennery 1 et St. Pen!'* Kpieoopel Chnrch by Re*. Robert Ritchie. The bride we* ettended by Mr*. Horry Fife Biker e* meid of honor, end four brideemeide. The itreio* from the merch from Lo hengrin ennonnced the epproech of tbe bridel perty. The nihen led tbe bride! prooeeeion np tbe oenter eiel*. Then cine the four brideemeide followed by tbe meid of honor noettended. The bride entered on her fether'e erm, end wet eweited et the elter by the tbe groom end hie beet men Dr. W. B. Steven*. Little Earl Baker preceded the bridee tnaida, carrying a white eatin pillow, on which reated the prayer book that haa been an heirloom in the family. The marriage oeremony wae read from tbia Tolnme. Immediately after the ceremony Dr. and Mre. Grieaim left for the southern part of the State, where they will epend their honeymoon. On their return they will reeide in San Joee. Mre. Grieaim ia a daughter of Mr. and Mre. George YV. Baker, former well known reaidente of Enreka, where ehe waa born and paaaed her early girlhood. THE BASEEBrKH STATE. The Woodland Democrat aaya: J. W. Freeman of Stillwater, Nevada, waa an arrival Saturday evening. He says that Nevada will be herself again. The Southern Pacific folks are ex pending large sums of money in straightening and equalizing the grades, and new mines have been opened. The Tonopah district bids fair to be Comstock No. 2. It was dis covered in May. At this time there are seventeen hundred people in the camp. The mines are easy of access and yield fabuouely. A large milling or reduction plant is going up, so that ores will not have to be shipped to Salt lAke and lower grades can be worked. Sheep are bringing good prices, and the ranges are in good condition. Twelve years ago Nevada had about 100,000 sheep. Now she has about 1,000,000. Cattle are doing well and large numbers are being fed for East ern and California markets. Good prices and demand have stimulated the raising of horses and mules. This is a brief summary of the Sage brush State’s recent record, but it shows that Nevada is entitled to another nickname. Mr. Freeman confidently asserts that the outlook for ; the State’s material prosperity is very | bright. SCHNEIDER DRUG STORE E8TABLI8HHD 30 TEARS. DRUGS AND MEDICINES At Wholesale and Retail. We carry the most complete stock to be found in Nevada. Purest and Best Good only, Medicines that cure. Prices Lower than any in the State—quality considered. Perfumes and Soaps. Domestic and Imported. Highest Qual ity at City Prices. New Goods all the time. Photographic Materials. Our Line is Complete. You can save money in buying of us. Goods Always Fresh. Spectacles A Eye Classes. We eell them at 81.00 and upward*, with our guarantee of quality and a Perfect Fit. We furniih Pebble Len*e*. Pure Old Wines A Liquors Finest Stock for Medical and Family U*e. Absolute Purity Guaranteed. Our Prices are Hock Bottom. Our Prescription Department. In this Department we carry the purest medicines known to the |>rofes*ion. We employ for the safety of the public a Druggist of TWENTY years experience, and who is a Graduate of the Department of Pharmacy and Chemistry of the University of California. Onr Prescription work is all checked twice—once for your safety, and once for our*. This guarantees accuracy. Employ a physician in whom you hare explicit confidence, then bring your Prescriptions to tls to have them compounded. tS’ Orders from the country always receive our prompt and careful attention. Your business appreciated by H. M. Schneider & Co. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Having closed out my business in eureka, all those indebted to me are requested to settle their accounts at once, as I intend remaining here but a short time. All accounts not settled by November 30, 1901, will be left with my attorney for collection. Any one having an account against me is requested to present the same at once. My private residence on Nob Hill and all household effects are now offered for sale. For further particulars apply to HYLTON’S Flour The Product of J. J. Hylton’s Roller Mill at South Fork, Elko county, is now on Sale in Eureka at. Per Hundred $3.00 Per Hundred This Flour is of the Best Quality and Is Sold Under a Guarantee to Give Satisfaction. The First Consignment Was- Received on February 13, and over 20,000 pounds have already been sold in this market. PHILIP PARONI. This Flour will he Sold in 500 or 1,000 pound lots at $2.90 per 100 pounds.