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SdOsciibe t.-. it. urrent I'.ewa. Mining News. War News. Advertise in it. II the NeWM. FORMERLY TTTE PIOCIIE WEEKLY REfOim. VOL. J.VI PiOCHK, NKVADA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 I JJ)0 I. NO. 10. limxm THE PURPOSE. How natural it looked to see a grant headline of "Victory in the Air" in the Herald the morning after the nominations were made by the American party? The reason was direct. "This is great for ua, it will draw ten votes from the Repub lican party, where it will draw one from ours." And this is just what was planned by the man who really started the movement. And we believe that while his purpose was to defeat the Utah Republican State ticket, his secret hope was to likewise defeat the Utah electoral ticket and turn the State over to Parker and Davis electors. Had it not been so, he surely could have waited a brief two months before sounding the war cry. His purpose was to smash things and then to see if from the ruins he could not come up on top of the re turning wave. We have a right to judge a public man's motives by his past public acts. What haa there been in the oareer of Senatar Kearns to show that be was worried over church rule or apostolio influence until his own ambition received a jolt, his own pride a wound? What is there to show that he was ever worried about the insidious undermining of free institutions by this ecclesiastical power here in TJtah.uutil he could no longer wield it for his own personal interest? What respect did he ever mani fest for its purity until he was per sonally disappointed? When he first purchased the Tribune why did he not lift up the standard of free Americanism and and call for volunteers? There was just as much occasion for it then as now. Had he done so then, men would have believed in the integrity of his purposes and the result would have been that he would have had a following on the merits of his in tentions which would in a little while have brought peace to Utah and such honors to him as he never thought of obtaining except, through purchase. But to go into a contest and when beaten to assume a stand on prin ciples which he never before in his life appealed to, and to do it just when a presidential election was on the decision of which oan but be of the momentous importance to Utah, makes the conduction just, that his motives from the first have been purely selfish. Had he been a true Republican, had he believed in the politics and principles of the Republican party, his thought would have been this: "We do not want a repetition of '93 and '94 and '95; we do not want to see protection taken away or threat ened; we do not want to see pro gress stopped, the burdens of the poor made heavier; we do not want to see our laboring hosts in Utah lose their wages; we will go on and win this great national election, und then make our call to the free men of Utah to come out and make their solemn protest against what is wrong in the state. " That would have been the honest, manly, the putriotio thing to do, but the truth is he waa but thinking of himself and his own schemes and to carry them through he did not care how many suffered. And say what he may the purpose down beneath it all so far as he is concerned, is merely to substitute boss rule for church rule. No man can read his history from the time he first become Semi tor down to dute and reach any other conclusion Goodwin's Weekly. Tliot naughty boy Charley Van Duzer has been assisting in a graft game on the people in the East: that is, he reconi-nded thorn valueless mil ii g property fcr purchase. After a uiun onet gts in Congrew there 18 no telling wh.it levii be will drop to. Van luzer says it is not so, that is It -I mistake, but his own letters condemn Mm. We believe it was Mr Van Duzer who published a long article against fraudulent mining scii. mes, statu g thnt be woulil ex pose a such, but bin actions indicate otherwise. Our Justice Btiould require de corum in his court. H should hw a ciub handy aud when a lawyer goeB beyond the lnwuf Ueceucy, iiit Registration Notice, NoMea la .i' r oj tfW'fn '.u i Ik B ok of H?glntr t1m for tbc tinner u Kl-o i n t m held NoTmbr 8tl A D. VSr'4; 'ut tb M-ti n ti Oouuly and Town t up ftiewra are uo pu aiid viu f mata rpw,... U i. gA diy from 10 Vloi-k, AM. to Vi. ev p h u"ti' ie b-r 10. ,. D iw, and from October I, to :iobir 31, from 7 P,M, V It o'olk p, 4, in addition to tbe hoira herstofofr n. '"t.r.ne4 at which il-ti the bo ik f-rtwniirttloD wlllel aat Ui 'clock PM. 'lu Ihw req-.tre natiirallaad lt,,n to fzfiMt h'-lr rnft him n rtiturmfn ton r tbe time f prowi i luitiuhHiv- v xor ragiavauon, AtitfUM Campbell La tv Valley Piciuot Uaif-i-try a." nt Registration N:tioe. NntiM t b-r by Wn that the Boo of K Intra, tion for the -tu rai Kleot.nn to ta ild November 8 A u lift; for the fdactUiu .f Htfiw, Oounty aid T wuahtp otflcrw art now r.pia and will remain open datlv on all U t1 from io o'clock a m to 6p m umtl October 10 A D 1904, and from Ont 10. tb October 91, from 7 p in f o u'ol i p m in addition to tte hour brut for mention I at blub time tha book for B&tflatraUun will cloae at B o'clock p m. k . The law rt-qniraa naturalised elttaoni to exhibit thtdr oartlfloaMa of naturalization ac tha tima they prtktbul taauativea'.or.tflMtratlou Hobt Hammond Bglwtry Agant, Haula Valla? Pttclnpt. Registration Notice. Notlc U hew by Htven that tha Book of Re k ti tration for tht tinaral Election to ba held Norem bttr Mth A. . iyi)4; for tb aleutUm ofHtata, Oounty aud township omWr are now op n and will ra mato onan dait on all legal daya from 10 o'clock A. M.to 6 o'clock P. M. until October 10, A. D. imi ami from October 10, t" October Ul, from 7 A. M, to to 9 o'olook P. M. to addition to the houra hereto fore mentioned, at which time the book for rogla t rati on wilt ob.ee at9o'clock P. M. Thtt law require naturalised cltlKena to exhibit thir oertifloatna of naturalisation at the tlma they piwmt theuuelvea for registration. Uoaroa Holt Registry Agent Moaps Precinct, Quarterly Statement. Quarterly Statement of the Re ceipts and Payments of the Teasury of Lincoln County, for the Quarter ending Sept 30st, A. D. 1904. Bl. Ouh on hind Jul; lit .k D 1904 $15548 91 UBOIIPTU. To Oet;erl Llcensea JIM 0 " OamlDg LleenMf 5tt4 00 " Offlol.l Feel 979 SIS " Auewor'a Ooaimlmloc 144 78 " Poll Tx pep ABaewuuentBall. ..1131 SO " Delinquent Poll Tu (00 " Delinquent Tu M 38 AdvertlHlug 4 00 " Jumlce fine So 00 " Bulll.u Tu a8T H Penouil property tu 181 92 " Houna Bent 11 10 " Bute Scliool Money 6111 If I1070T 7 IM1M 70 PAT9IESTS, Dlttrlot JudgM Fund (48100 lrj Fond 8818 77 State fund 37x8 m Contingent Fund 398 to Oenerel Ooontjr Fund 928 80 Indigent Fund 880 00 (torrent Eipuns Fund 108 18 Fire Fund - 10 78 Deerlodge Howl Fund K9 00 Virgin Boed Fund 4 00 . Ploche Road Fund 4 00 DeLunu Hoed Fund 890 61 PuiuaBoad Fund 89 00 Bunkerrllle Special School Fund .. 81 01 I10929.8T From the Sobool Fundi 1334.43 Ouh on hand Oot lit 1904 118809 71 126108 70 CONDITION OF THE FUNDS, Oot 1, 1904, Dlitrlct Judge Fund ... ftOO 00 State Fund 1987 deneral County Fund 1999 89 Contingent Fund 68 80 lu llsnt Fund 22 78 4cllool Fund 101 17 Current Eipenee Fnnd 49 17 Jury Fund 188 96 Interest Fund 39 23 Salary fund 177 67 Fire Fund 1 02 DnLamar Town Fund 89 14 BunkerTllle Road Dlitrlct No 1 86 Ploche Road Dlitrlct No 1 40 37 Panaca Road DUtrlct No 8 8 67 Virgin Road fund 1231 16 Eagle Valley Koad Fund I IS Virgin Road JMitrlot No4 H8j 19 DeLamar Road Dlitrlct No 6 980 87 Eagle Valley Road Dlitrlct No 6 1 16 Deerlodge Road Dlitrlct No 7 47 26 Spring Valley Road Dlitrlct No 8 - 1 00 Searchlight Road Dlitrlct No 839 40 Oood Spring Road Dlltrlot No 10 42 80 7087. 7 SCHOOL PAYMENTS. Ploche Dlitrlct No 1 444 78 Bulllonvllle Dlitrlct No 1 986 49 Panaca Dli't No. 8 798 94 - Clover Valley Dli'tNo 4 418 34 Virgin Dll't No 6 419 16 Eagle Valley Dll.t No 6 366 92 Alh Spring! Dll't No 7 120 93 Pahrauaxat Dil't No 8 671 64 Spring Valley Diet No! 278 12 Bunkemll Dll't No 10 1007 09 HI Joeeph Dll't No 11 283 08 Oott?awfl Dl' No 11 .137 61 St TnoBU fHat No li 118 89 MoapaDiBtNo 18 79 Dutch Flat Dll't No 18 ail 37 DeLamar Dll't No 18 711 43 Meadow Valley Waah No 19 198 29 Deerlodge Dll't No 10 216 84 Meiqulte Dlat No 21 , .421 66 Hlko Dll't HO 23 409 60 Searchlight Dli't No 29 216 18 Round valley Dirt No 24 807 96 Stewart Dll't No 26 404 86 Red Rock Dll't No 96 186 88 Richard Dll't No 27 299 61 Highland No. 98.... 144 89 Aooma Dlltrlot No 96 199 06 18616 04 THE SCHOOLS. Piooh Dll't No 1 BulllonTllle Oil t No I Fanaoa Dli't No 9 Clover Valley Dli't No 4 00 JO 06 Virgin Dli't No 6 lagle Valley DIM No 6 Aah Rnrlna dll't No T Fahranagetdii'tNo8 Spring Valley dll't No 9 Bunaerrtlle dll't No 10 Bt Joe dli't No 11 Oottonwotid Dli't No 18 St Thomae dli't No 14 Uoapa dll't No 16 Patch Flat dll't No 16.... Delamar Dtit No 18 Meadow Valley dlat No 19 Deerlodge dla't .So 911 Meiqalte dll't No 91 Hlko dll't No 99 Seirchlltfht dli't No 18 . Round Valley dli't No 14 Highland Diet No 98..... 48 67 1 80 1X4 48 $IoU'171 I heieby errtlfy that Ihe above li a f nil. true and correct Statement 1 the p.niitloi of the tun.!, Oct 1 A.D. 19I4. fUNKI LBS, JAB. A NK8B1TT, County Kecjrder County Traamrer. Woo Tom's RESTAURANT AND Chop :- House On Main Street ! the Beat place to oall when you want the Be-t meal to be had in Pioohe. Meal Tlcets 3 For 81.00 The Bakery hat alio Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Every Day. F. R. McNAMEE, A.ttoriiy m'i OounslovAt fmw, ')ki.amak. Nivada. HANS OLSEN'S J&AJEjOCXlXr Is one of the FincstlPlaccs InlCaliente. If you witsh anything in the way Wliie, T-iIqlu org, aud JOig-ars. CALIENTE NEVADA. H. W. UNDERHILL CALIENTE - NEV. Fine Wines. Iiiquors, and Cigars. life BaQms- to Call Once and You will be sure and return. Tn Connection is a firt class "Restaurant MEAT MARKET. OHAS. CULVER WELL, JR. PROPRIETOR. (Opposite Postoffice.) ("Wholesale & Retail tded-A-LjEjTI- itst Tresh Trnits, . Fresh Tish, Fresh Oysters Received every riday. Rfgittrm tion Notion. Not! r i hMeby given that U e Hofli or Mitre tl"n for tie Oenerel election to be tinld N"Veuibr 8th A . I 1904; for the elei'tlcn of Hte'e, County end T WMhlp olflueri re now "pen -na will re main op ( fiauy on all U al dy from 10 o'clnric A M lo oVI.rck P. M luitil iwtobe' 10, D 1W4 and from 'lil.iber Ui.tonotoberSI "om 7 A. U to jo'clnol ; P. M .In adrililon I" th-i h ram hmfo fore mnution-d.M which time the buok for rtigin trtt n will cloie a 9 .' l' k P M Thf law qnlre nainralil eitieeiii to exhibit th 'lr eril8fe uf nitii'a'Haiton at the time thej pr.BOl themelvee for inltrUon. J. C 0i-l.'n, .;e. lHtr Agent If .er Pl'.et Precinct.. e ii t'atir ' NutsO . ' itlceli hwny giv a '!.l ih' Bo" "' R Kler. l-.ii vr m.- O -u-rl El r w . l be h-lu Noveiulir 8 .1,1). 19.'! tcrtlie n. u oi B.-.li, n'lty ,.,( T- w lilp -fl.'.-.r" are ooen an.l Will Mi ni In -p u u-,!.y o l -.-.-''' '"'" 5J ,-jiU.t o'cl P m until .i. t .b-r I I, A. L . IM u.i- fr m 'cobei 10. to cctober 91 from 7 A. M. lo 9 ,.' lock li tn l. .ddltlou to trie hrnri herxt. .f rav ,.. t o .J i whl k tin- the regi.tratlou will ol m- lit 9 .iV.ook p ni I- law iq.riieenat ir- iKdcltit l Mhiblt lo.lr . eino-.lee of uelur.lulon at the Mine ttwy nreeeui (hauuelvel for reU)trti n, " Hrum Bnriweii Uri:1u; Aitentol M-i,uti: 1 raoiuct. ECZEMA AN V PILE CURE 1aj.a1.. it wl . ' .-inmffwr, I any auti.4. a p.iU.- tunt tor . ce '.a, bii Khtuja. tiyaliw, iiilio d"'(M tantreiiel. Uoo'f Bubcr V un. "y"1 mi l i aUm 400 UaDtiattUAfu.. Kew lor. llClilTK TICKET. 1904. For Stute Senator. V. A. UENTON. For Assemblymen, A. CLARK, LEVISYPHUS, . FRANK WILLIAMS. County Clerk k Treasurer, J. GOODRICH. Assessor. J0HNF. ROEDER. Recorder, IIENRY LEE, Sheriff, FRANK WALKER. District Attorney, BENJ. SANDERS, Public Administrator, J AS. LEAiOINE. Commissioner, Long Term. JAS. A. NESBITl . Commissioner, Short Term. O. C. BALDWIN. S-AT-.T iROTJTE. SanFodro, Lcs AngelGs cS. Salt Lake Railroad, Time Table. Effective July 8t 1903. Trains run daily as follows: 8:80 p.m. Lv. OallentM Ar. 1:56 p.m. 6:43 " " Cvada Lv. UJHa m. 6:16 " Ar Modena 11:90 " 6:36 " Lv Modena Ar 10:M " 9:65. " Ar Milford I.V 7:15 " 10 .-96 " Lv Milford Ar 6:45 " 11:16 a in " Black Boo Lv 5:10 " 9:85 " " Clear Lake " 9:86 " 806 " " Oaall " 9:00 " 6:45 " Ar Juab " 10:11. p m 8:00 Lv Juab Ar 11:00 " 835 " " Nephi Lv 10:90 7:65 " " Provo " 6:60 " 8:18 " " Pleaaant Orove " 845 " 9:36 " Ar Belt like Olty " 6:06 " Trains urriving Suit Lake make direct connection for all points east, north and west. E. W. GILLETT, T. C PECK, G. F. & P. A. A.G.P.&T.A. Salt Lake City, Utah. NOTICE. Notice li hereby given that I have receive! tbe Aeeeeament Boll a nd Original 1'it of property for the year A. D loot from the neior of Llnoolu Oounty, Nevada, and the lame te In my office f'r pnblle lnapectlon. The Board of Equa Illation will meet on Monday September llh . f li4, for the purpose of equalizing laid aaieaamaot roll, and will continue in eepilon from day to day and up to and Including the 3rd day of October A. U. l)4 1 pereoni having objeolloni to make of tlifir eiea. menta must preaent the lame o tlie mid Board when lu irnton. JAS. A. NrHBITT, Clerk of the Board of Oounty Conimlton ri. Dated. Ploche Sept Kith 1904. Registr ation Not.ce. Notlr Is h-v-f 'j lTen that ths Bonk of Kl tratloo tor th- tl 'i iai Klecti m t- ba hid S. .di br 8th, A. D. ItM; lorthe )-ct.nD ..f Htatf, C -uuty and TownabtM ndio-rn in- n-'W o fu tin HI r main open 'i- n 11 lat lay (rum 10 .cl ok A.M to'.'otoct. P. M. tr-tl 'e b-r u,, , iw and frim e fit' -" Ortobsr li iuti,H t 9o,olock P.H , in 1'ddtti.v.j u m bur ftr-t'.M'. fre meii'ioi -d at wlri.ih ti--. b - . ir ti tration ' v Th U r .j.; r a .-x . a i- e - t J .1 itaelrceN-Hc. " I' ... h- "i' f ihy vtf li-1- v - -i - . L. V - If..-, . V r -t. Notice of i-or raitut e. i J iK T. W'.leA i. .1h Utiri "-t- eea. Aflti:-. itnrt:t n l it e' . nd i b- . WBJ i-I imiun u- . ' d- . ft4'ti '' -I li ..It-: V o r uerrb, nolifl. n tia: the uudandKMil eo w -r ;th you in tb- otu. a, Abvi iu t and lu- Mtviiywjfi' imninn cUio.h, att iatad lu tba '.'inglB' in ' -".t:!, t lot- In 1 'in dtaU of -k !, f r .ie-J br wo k 'd Ui I tba vjM' l "(' V ' t . tl"llt l til attd .-ii ul.trf o' i m - f'-qti' b .Huimn smh of iU icd S .tiil!if -tf tb- Cuit'-d -ti Ut to hold r. ,... (ti be yexre iytl; aitrt md tba riit;i w f-oni ou y- n -.ui-f. U'i. i araat lu 4i 1 ftl A a- t1 h'ttui " I oof r '"a '! aald tKiii It.' ;brea atlon aaid uura alma r by Au f -wi Mnn in y day fiub.i of i tJ 'Htf on ii or 'fm. i . m T'n of " i' a y t r -iu rn .. - ,- . v. . - yi- r i f. j a. 1 hi .eo'urtubr ty v i- ft-, is virture oi me prortaiou of aad tba 0 o rututaa. 0 -io wurmoKB l35Kd"ttiy 9tb 194.. Re))!:l)liciiii COiilTY 1904. For State Senator, DR.J.D. CAMPBELL. For AHsenihlyuii'ii. E. J. COX, EDQAR 111 EH, LITE WHEA1LEY. Clerk k Treasurer, C.C. RONNOW. Sheriff, JAKE JOHNSON. AsHi'SKor, W. H. CLARK. District Attorney, LAFAYETTE WOODS. Public AdniiuiHtrnt'r, F. W. DICKLE, Commissioner, Loiiff Term. ALEX ORR. Couimissioner, Short Term. S. E. Y0V NT. SUMMONS. In The Fourth Judicial Din tic. Court, county of Liiic-ln, State of Nevada. The State ot Nevada Sendi Greetin, to Mua. itin VewOul'i HitiiDrf Oouiiy. 0'IUU. milt)l ji u i cuduit hy i Iaw, w. unfiitift, lu tht f'ourtit Jad.clkl Ui tf.i C Mir -f 'lif Mbooiu Cuu iti k tt.e tw:- oi f j b ttiid uriiwc tt r ?up ti In." lu, mil' li i H " with tb lerk h i 1 '.tit. wrtif, : " - itt r ! lit wnrioB cm yu th k 'ii.jjui-i ( rUHi'. i iie any of mvu h rv j' i it'iniy, r twMii iitt if iw-rv , ' f N , ' U , I lit" Ih ilimrii-t, Hit ' - i i i - tfh foi v - , ui Jutiitiuui, b; ii : i iili n iiwHiiiivt ou, w i-rillug t tb i of iui.d coiupUuit Ch H-ii - k titt bniuunt to reourer Judt nn '"Bt jtm, thn Mid d feodftnt, for the imu U hun r-l'lolii ir.iv- rti). being lour bnu n itn i it i y dtt ion t -v rvlrw reinmrwl you t tftkerol otr ujIuIdh prop rtj VJ, nld C 11 h' .1 i"itfit' . ly-'twptmiii I'i dy of Dew H li i' mi .1 trie lt ' : pi. u tf, Itfn. ' y .' ) hikDceun') rMiuttit '.! oao liuD'lrwl jnd '1 '3 flolurf' for Hi- litre mid ue tr oneuilue wbl . m bTTfu 1 a id-lii jin'pt riy betwut-D tbe Itt, y -rt' ' UNi. .iid mi I", 'ifty ut Bfptu.b r i.t Wi.'i-ti nnji yo i ttHPf il til pitf p utnUff -lift" tl M ,1 "' I 'I'll Ml- CM'lU('UiU 1 it, 1., . 4- vj t wbich In K3.tinlt 1 npu ywii an o fiilRb tuu -r .wt'rt -,1 Au-t u . fa . .ir b nuiiiid tbi I' ui 1 ..'etf' m il iikwer tlii Mid omiHititin. v .i.: r . ih" n.ld p u tt will mil- fudg -i " u ' no tii,y yoti r Mli mm of pIk litli dulUn a.ui nr w i of null In Tudlmntiy Wlioreuf, 1 Im etuiy baud tbiH iwtli day o: Hep oi' r, T. J. OH'-JKM1 Any i: inBoir Soifo f 'iwrwfty t v li i n- the Uok ui rfminTa Hon f- 'n tiuiMjral fe.lbeu-j. U- be bald S'lV-tu'wi 4th ; f'l Ibf i-lhOtt -B t i Ut , OoutitT " Tu vniibip olHneri are nu open aud vrilt fmu up li dally on all 1 till dnj fn) u H) o'clock, i D to o'clock p ui ut 11 Oc ber 10A. 1 IUJ4. ai.-. tr in ctobfr 10. to October il fro u 7 p m t V tt'idork p ;a iu addition to tbe bourn b rtofor. tufiiMoue , at whlub time tlie book for reitiatra tion will t'lotici at o clock p tu Tbe law rqulrtj usturatistid altleeni. to einlblt tbeir oernnoaus 'if imtiiralixul iu t tbe time itioy prtaent thrmaelvett for rclittriiMon. li riui u ilarl Utt, JURtlM Of the P.'ttO-- l4ldrJt-.trt.--t Hi tf taile .(Hint, ( Hot b Preuiiiv.t, Registration Notice Nottoe ! bereby t.tvei fti-t t Book of ItfftHtra- i ion lor the (ir-tierm Will. A - L. iWOt; ft io bo ti-ld NomlM5r I ( f Hiatn . ouii'y open an t wnl r lr m 10 ttViock rtober 10 A O 1M i. VI. from TP M to be i oum li;-Tvtof(rt In'k-wii cloiit f. it Xeim to i .btbtt . :t tun ti ne i Im-j nd T'twiisiitp otb ..Kin op n dully r A. W tofio'clock V al h-' .. d rtim Ootober 1" 1 H . 'clock P. M , tn wiiiMi jHtlttuU d 'i lch 'HU o'cLnik P i. Tiw In. rt qui'M f.1-' Ibeir cirt.lS u of ' prrHit t ..i. t I " Hprum V Notice 1 hereby v ro 'bt t tbe boo It of RfKltra tlou lor t'te '-eueril Klertl n t" I helil ov luht i Stb.A.U. 1104; fo tbecltctlon of Htat , t -M.uf.r and 'loWiijitJ "lHtn now op- n A will it Qialn ope. oVfytn all loni, b from l't o'clocn P. ... U i t- o.ocli P M until Oct4'br 10, -i 0 1104, aidf,t,"u Ort-'ber IU, t-t Ooioiif 21, fn- 7 A. Sa. to BP M., ii aldUlou toth bourn he- toi..: manttovej, at wbtca tluia the book U ulo-a ai 9 O'clock P, M. Tbe law r-'qutr- atnrtllB"d citliwra ut iunl UhIt .wtiAcit ' u i ."ir tu . . m. hi tbe tl'iia "ty praaent tneu.-eit-'t f r - . Inntfor nfr 'ie P -afte a ii -x-'ft.clo Iteiiiat? t. i'ii' i tit- PrtH iiiCt. Rgistra o N tice. ce 1 bereity tlven tl-at the Book of B'-Rlftra-tlon for tb (ii ral tUeoUou to ba ht ld Noveiuiier 8 b, A I-1904; for the elect! m of Bute, O.mily and Townihii' oilioera are n.,w open will r" utlo .tn ii.ily i! ml loal d -y from W o'rl ' , , rk P M no ti id -otit 10 A U 1 904 r.u-j rom- r ij t 10. o v oft. 31 fr m 7 P n 9 P. H.. ! Mui tthr b. itra itaiatc. :- I tloo'd at b u tbe b -oi iof teHiriit -tin tsvm- " o i t he U ' ui ; - ra uraliie t (Ntiien t - -j Ut- f iiu o t atural f -1 at .ti ttiu. pr "it yfiiin lv r refill"! nn. . . 'J U i 4i. t A ui f . -in o Pri i Will, tli.- v Tut t rtul;f y fiKr. M.tN B iw Ineaubcouit tui'.'.-t onalnem for an old '.- tabllabed bouH i t nii h octal :a?idiitt.. 4 ; Mirftagbt.bona bde w..kt- caeb aviary oi 'B 00 it-iid ! by oueck each iVtdnea'lay with all eiiKuaew du-ect I' frott beadquartara, Money adranoad (or axpanaaa Hasaart4t40 Oaxtoa hl>t Obiaafo Calienie Drug Store ;.K T.N SHIER. Fine Toilet Soaps. Y-The latest Perfumes -f The Latest Vnve'ties in Writing Paper. jteT '-''hi "h vicent of andlcs. JSS -lso a flie line of Ugars both foreign and domestic. 'A UK! Vl.A' OATiIHNTj;;, , - mMxmi HOTEL . alionto, - - - ITovada, Best of Accommodations Fi Class ' cds and good Rooms, p ciai ttsrf on I g ven the Kitchen and Ining Room, and the Best the Market ffrdrl Will be served, lit S.init:ri ouiaodHath8 in Connection with the Hotel, Water 101 degrees Fahrenheit. Livery and Feed Stable MMiL NTOUKll(iyiTU . . 11 Vr. Jt Y AS 1 1SA1 SdlUlt; ICJi IIS. rea Ju riled by the Dfay, Wk and Mouth. Blacksmith Shop sre you can get all kinds of rslackmi thing done at iic sonablc Pricus. ('l).S.Cl!LVERVVELL HENRY Wholesale and nrncDAi nrDPUAumer :.. UUIIUI1MU IIIUUIIMIIUIOt. lllV- Groceries and Provisions, Glassware and Crockery, Wines, Liquors and Cigar. A ompiete Line of Miners upplies always on hand BOOT :.') MAIN 8T0PI' VIKADOW VALLfcY 8TRKET XJioc3ao - - - TTovad3i. Piochs Stage Line. Vi.i i nliiutrs and 5 an ira. J ,. aJt-JNTvlN Pro.-rl or. :ay;e8 li'HVf 1) i.amar at 7 A. Vi. every i1h , Leave INoiMca at 11 a. Al. and i '....:. ut S;U , h--verji day, cOnneetiHg witJ- the L, L A k S 1. iiailroiHl at Caiientes. Pioclie )fhi: at i hoiiioi)V tort-. . A. d. Thompson, Agent. PROPRIETOR, COMPOUNDED DAY AND NIGHT. - JST1BVj IDA I'ltOriilKTOR WELLAND Retail Dealer In , SHOES. and DeLamar trim ovsr the head. -rfmQ tie plot.