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WJEDXKSUAY .XOV. H, THE EISKHA TKA4WK1V. The killing: of James Ander son in Eureka, is another de plorable tradegy to be lalWat the door of thoughtless, heed less journalism. Anderson was the editor of the Leader, a Re publican newspaper, and he charged a Republican candidate named Reek with giving aid to the Democrats. , This charge, if true, was one which the. editor was not only at liberty to make, but he would have been sadly neglectful of party interests if he had not made it. The evi dence in the matter lent weight to the assumption that the charge was true. On the other hand, if Anderson was mistaken there was nothing in his charge which should have given serious offense to a politician. By simply publishing a temperate denial or calling at the office and showing Anderson that he was mistaken, all trouble might have been satisfactorially ad justed. Instead of that, Reek sought the office of the Sentinel and published a villainously of fensive personal card regarding Anderson, a card so vile and disgusting that it surprised the community of Eureka, who wondered why the editor should so far have lost his head in a po litical campaign as to allow his paper to be disgraced by such a contemptible tirade. As to the shooting, the reports conflict and the question as to who fired the first shot does not seem to have been settled. If Anderson fired the first shot he did a foolish thing, as even the card, strong as it was, did not justify the act of seeking the life of the writer, In fact, the card was so vulgar and meaningless that Anderson could have well afforded to have treated it with contempt. If Reek fired the first shot it was without provocation, as his card niide him the aggressor. The lamentable occurrence should teach men in political campaigns to keep their tempers and bear in mind the fact that chargi niai'e in the heat of a contest are received by an intelligent com munity with considerable allow ance, and as a rule roll off tlu? parties concerned like water off a duck. THK JI UVENUir. At the present writing the friends of both Edwards and Judge claim the district, al though on what basis they make their claims it is impossible to determine. In this contest the Ari'KAL 5s glad to be able to say that it was a fair fight between two honorable gentlemen, and nothing has transpired during the campaign to cause even a coolness between them. If all opposing candidates could con duct their campaigns with the same spirit of fairness and jus tice, much that tends to make politics brutal and degrading would be done away with. One thing which is certain, and that is; that In the event of the elec tion of either of these gentlemen to th,e office of District Judge, the people will have no cause to regret the fact. THK KL.KCTIOS. The indications are that Adams hps beaten Strother for Governor, that Tufly has beaten .Sadler, that the Bonanza firm has thrown its strength against Leonard, and that the Congres sional contest as very close, i As far as the rest of the ticket is concerned, it is all a matter of guesswork, but the chances fa vor a mixed ticket. Ben Buttler has carried Mas sachusetts by 15,000. lie strad dled two tickets. About two dozen strikers held uff until the polls closed yester day, and got badly left.' NEW TO-DAY. GEO. T. DAVIS fKEEPS IN STOCK -AX I? W I L Ju SE Hi J, Lowest Rates r.EXUINI-: UXCOVEHKD 'HO. I" MAO XSL JE2 IrL 3D Hi -IX- K1TSAND CANS, DIAMOND "0" TEA, Cofik', Green, Roasted & Ground, ( HfTSEV SllTK LUNCH OD BIEF T0GUE8, ATHURE'S PLUM PUDDING, CA'JNED SHMM-S, IB 4WLF. I'S bah suGran, Al. B, POBTEK, -.VXD A Ft' IiL T O C TC OF WINES & I,TQUORS, INCLUDING NEW, SWEET CIDER. PLANTATION I AXD OTHER CHOICE Hit AX O- -OF- STAIt OIL, ETC. ETC Has Standard Hay Scales. CORFER CTH AXD CARSON STEETP. 50 Cents Per Week jtitjT" All classes of legitimate advertisements not exceeding six lines inserted in this column for SO Cents per week. . Foand- A BUNCH OF KEYS ON A RIKG, SIARK ed A. E. Deitz. The owner can pet thcra at this office by paring for this advertisement. A Girl Wanted JX GENERAL HOUSEWORK. Apply JL at the store of Harris Brothers Tonsorial. ASC1IEI1I IS NOW RUNNING HIS rUR ber shop near the depot, and runs it. ss they say, np to-the handle. For a Food, clean, close, f.rtistic and quick shave, shampoo r haircut, this plaoe cannot easily be matched. IVrfnmery. t rr etxows perfumeries, ixcludivg I M:irie Stuart, White Ceraniuni and Spring Violet, for sate at the City Dru Store. Caswin A. otcwrc"s Jfewx Depot NEW MUSIC, NOVEMBER MAGAZINES, Pajnrttt's "Braxton's Bar," Stylographic and McKinnon Pens, Automatic Pencils, Ha y.ar Patterns, Powder, Shot, shells and Cart ridges. Lost BLACK LEATHER POCKET ' BXK, containing a note in fa-vor of Her.rv Lsnon for S3i'. The finder will be liberally rewarded Iv leavinir the same at this office. FaU and lfiotfr Campaign KOPPEL a PUTT A RE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING NEW INVOICES -OF- CxOO 1) S At the corner of Crso:i an I Third Sts. Opposite St. Charles Hotel. Now is the time to examine their stock of FALL & WINTER GOOD?, CONSISTING OK MENS', YOUTH'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, Of flie latest ami most approved slyles HATS. CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES. Etc. GEORGE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET W liolesale and Hetail Dealer In FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, Etc CiT The proprietor lias on hand anil is daily receiving the choicest Fruits Freshest Vegetables, Best of Confection ery, Cnoice Havana Cigars, Poultry. Ranch Eggs, etc. Store Opposite the Fostofltee. carso. cm sAviscs urn. BANKERS AND BROKERS, CARSON CITY, XEVADt. JACOB KLEIN ...President JOIING. FOX Vice-President E. M. HUNT Cashier Mining Stocks bought and gold on commission. Liberal Margins allowed on Approved Stocks. San Francisco Correspondent: Homer S. King. septl THE MULLER HOUSE ZjODQINGS BY THE Night, Week or Month Reasonable Prices. THESE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE NOT SURPASSED IN CARSON. A well stocked bar attached to the house. oct2 Proprietor. SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Reduction in Prices Ea Bb RAIL ; o PPOXilTK STATE C'AriTOL, CARSON, NEVADA. Importer, Wholesale and fietail Dealer in HARDWARE, Iron, Steel, Coal, Rope, Agricultural Implement?, Plows and Extra?. Medallion and Norman Ranges, (With Infest Improvements.) Stoves, Tinware. Boss Coffee Pots, Box and Parlor Stoves, Doors, Windows and Blinds Paints, Oils, Brushes Glass and Crockery Ware TERRA COTTA Fancy Glass Ware, China and Majolica Ware. Chandeliers and Lamps of all descriptions. Silver Plated Ware, Oil Paintings, Panel Pictures, Fancy and Plain Mats and Ku:s, suitable for the Holidays, At Prices to Itait Hie Times ! Gas Pipe and Gas Fixtures Hose, Pumps, Wood and Willow Ware, Bird Cases, Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, Cutlery, Etc. House Ftirnishiug Goods In Endless Variety. Granite, Iron Ware. 9 Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheetiron Ware. Timvork, PIumbtn$r. iian and Water Pipe Fitting done by competent and experienced workmen. Particular attention priven to ireneral and special orders. Will attend 10 buy in? and tilling orders at a small com mission. Call and examine goods and prices before purchasing; else where. GOODS SOLD AT Lowest Possible Eates. E B. RAIL. o B' OS p a hi B' rt O 0 o r x H St i3 D 33 ft STONE MARKET. Opposite Arlington House. nnilK ITXtERIXKI COX- J dncls a tirst-elaftH ine:t. market, where can be had at all tiiiies the choicest cuts of BEEF, PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB, SAUSAGE, Etc. fcC'AIl orders filled with dispatch. OTTO T. SCHULZ. Occidental Livery Stable CAKSON AND ML'S'lill KEYSER & ELROI) ROCK A W A V . V A It K I A iF. and Horses To 1-iet at all times of the Day or Nifrht. Teams hitched up and ready at the drop of the hat. &S IIorHeM hoarded in the best fttj le by laj-. eek or Mouth. WELL BORING. L JATRICK It U A X A X Announces that he i prepared fo bore Wells to any depth end pipe them. Good flowing we; Is guarantetd At RraoouuMf 12ate. Welis bored in the Carson Valley and Tieinity result in a constant flow of yood. -oft witer, which never freezes in me eoiaesi or tans in ine urvesi weatnei JOHN ROSSER. MEAT FOR ALL MANKIND BEEF, JIUTTON, SAUSAGE, FANCY CUTS, PRIME HOASTS, TENDER LOINS, Ere. I'ai-Men t. betweea 3d and 4ih 3 3" a CO 3 2. 2 I TO f CO i CD 5 nfni 2 2 UTUAL LJFE INSURANCE CO.. OF NEW YORK. Aet- $94,702,957 9'2 '''hii orpora t Ion. organised in li43 for the purpose of ifisnrin lives, Is conducted solely in the int r est of its policy holder'", to whom lu their collective caimoU- l-elonj; i'v i tire assets. All the profits are divid--l nmoni; them, and there are no .-toefc-holders to control the i 'nm h ny, or t. take iiny jmrlioii of it-s Miij'lus. Ti.f Company Ioiij: siiico attained, an-! now holds, the foiemust lieH nmo;i Life Insurance In.st ituiiotis of Ihc worht The niiitrnitiide of its business pivn that it enjoj-s the confidence of th people. Beyond and above all the lia bilities, computed by the New Y r'. lesal standard, it has a surplus fund e ceedinn Twelve Millions of Dollar The Company has paid to Its poivy holders : Binco itsori;aniza!ioit 175..V.;'I.t.3 And durinlheyenrl 12.aiO.II4 1 rEKSONS wisliing to secure Leg'ti mate nml Safe IJfe Insurance at Lowesi C st will find it to their advantage lo'i' sure In the I.IF1C I.Nsl !;- ANC'K COMPANY OP NKW YOhK. e.-xT For lurlher particulurii f-pij J. D. Kersey, 11:2 Aceut fur Vhvuu Vity Av " " - , ORMSBY HOUSE. I'AKSOX triTV, SEV. 8IIAKP K ROTE UK Proi'i'ittor. Thii hotel ifl the mutt plunntly aiul -.t.-trally letated in the cr.y, beinir ner tfce prin cipal business bousa tuui the State l&pitol. The Culinary Department is aicr the ruwi atrement ui eitjwrieiictii hea.ls. aii'l no t.rcJ wd t ir-d in ur plyinjr the table wiifc :h best the market affords. J. W. SIIARH (furoioriy ..f tbe Bevr House, 'p, California), Uannaer. THE ORMSBY HOUSE Is the headquarter for ll the a- eavint; Cursor. Transient Rated ti, $2 60 kiwi S I JJi ai 50 nnu eau H nioi.KKAM: AVI It F. T. 1 1, dealer in ALL KINDS OF WOOD Also, Coal, I.ime, Cemt nf , Plaster, ilair I.aih, l'.rick, etc., etc. -.Ml orders promptly attended to and delivered free of charge to any part of theelty. A share of public putronuge tolicitid.