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DAILY INDEPENDENT. ' T " " ??????? TUESDAY JULY 12, 1887. RALnAUlNDI. Bishop Wbitaker will shortly brgiu his toar to thu E.istcro portiou of the State. Taylor celebrated the Fourth in nu appropriate rnunner, says the White Pine News. Judge R. R. Rigelow left this morn iDg for Aoatin where he w.ll opeu Court to-morrow morning. W. T. Smith in having a brick addi tion to hit* residence put up. .George Elmore its doing the masonry. The room under Masonic Hall, next door to this office, will be occupied by the Tuscarora Stage Co. us an office. Miss Ollie At well went up to Hal leek on Sunday evening aud reopened school yesterday morning utter a week's vaca tion. Gabritl Cohn, the cigar man, came up from Suu Fruuc'.sco lust evening and apeut to day interviewing bis E.ko customers. J. R. Henry and E. M. B ium, of Union City, were in town to day. They apeak encouragingly of the future pros pect of that milling camp. The Reno Stockman says: "If the stockmtn of Nevada mo miud there oun be n display of live stock ut the next State Fair such am bus never been sur- J v passed on this const. A Louisville paper threatened to print the natncb of all the society ladies who dared to visit the negro murderer Turner in his yell, but when the list came in the editor wise** concluded thut he Oouldn't apare the space. - Mrs. B. H. Stone, mother of Miss I i ? - Marion Stone and Mrs. Alice Ricord, left this morning for Oitklnud, where she will tnke a position as teacher in the public schools, paving for many * \ years been engaged in the profession in that city. ? Next Monday (bo great and only John Robinson's ten big shows will pitch their tent* in Elko, the monkeys wilt grin,., the b il oons will frown,"the ?iephwbt will move around when the band begins t > piny," and we'll all be there jost the same. A fire broau out iu the Alonznr Thea tre at Hurley, Wi?., ou Sunday night and Within un boor the entire business part of the town was in flumes. The loss is estimated at half a uiiltiou dol lars, and the charred remains of nine persous have been taken from the ruins. 11 President Cleveland has quite capti vated Miss PAuobe Conzius. She says: "I like to talk with bim; ne is so unas suming that one fe> Is perfeotly at ease, in hia presence. lie baa a fine blue ?ye, whioli lias such a kindly expression when tie looks at yon;bat wbut I admire most is bis soft, well-modulated voice." We see froin the statutes of 1887 that the fees of It corders for recording births and deaths were cat ?lowu from cue dollar, as prrvid?d ill the original bill, to flfty ceuts. We fail to s>-e the justice iu paying Recorders one dollar for tecordtug marriages aud only fifty centa for record.ng births aud deaths. The fee in taoh case should be the asm*. Mrs. A. W. Falter received a letter from Mr. Fuller, from lone, Nye Co., Kev., saying that he had a narrow es cape from being seriously injured by a horse falling on hiin. He hod not been able to ride on horseback for five days at the time be wrote. He says the ?took look well although feed is scarce, bat he ie eonfident he will get through to California all right, A conductor on the Delaware and Dackawona road received a auprisa one day reoently which he will never forget. Coming out of the depot ?t El intra be was confronted by a dude with an eye glass and a big cane, who said: "Aw, going to Buffalo to-night?" "Bet your I life we are, "anf wired the conductor rather luuequely, as he hurried to Uia ?r. When hi got to New York he wee suspended for teu days for ineivility tj !?ssengers. The dnde wan a spotter. W? hear mach of "olond bur-ts." Of what ere clouds composed? One would naturally suppose from the term "cloud buret" that clouds urn littge bags of norae material which will hold water, that these bigs are perforated with little holea through which the w iter ia forced in auiall streams forming rain, and that when the bag or oloud bursts the water is precipitated in a toireut caus'ng a deluge. There can be no such thing as a "cloud burst," for clouds are nothing more than a heavy mist or fog. The Hawaiian Rebellion. A Washington dispatch of the 11th instant says: ??Nothing in known nt the State De puitinent of the revolution in Hawaii beyoud what was printed in this morn ing's papers. The A luas, the Vauda lia and a third uavut vessel are known to be in the neighborhood of Honolulu, if uot at that pott, aLd it is tsdieved that they are fully able to protect the iutereatH of the United Stub s. It is the general opinion in Washington that the affair has no significance froiu uu international point of view, hut ia sim ply the protest of the business people of the I-duud against fi ntnci fl mistuan agement on the p irt of the ministers of the King, and the consequent imposi tion of impressive t axes." The position of aff drs in the Hawa iian Islauds is us follows: W.il er M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier, and his son in-law, F. H. Hny st-ldeu, are uuder arrest. David Kala kaua, King, has made unconditional surrender to the demands of the peo ple. Virtually he is no louger King, and the Governiueut is iu the bands of the reformers, nud the first step has been taken toward a Hawaiian republic. The clinuix was reached on the after noon of Juue 3()th, and the end was yet to oome when the steamer Mariposa sailed for San Francisco on the 2d instant. Freights. The following freights for Tnocarora wen- forwurd<d by W. T. Smith yeBter day and left thin morning: By Geo. M. Clayton's team, 3,0C1 feet lumber for Geo. W. Peltier & Co. By H. Stoker'a teum, 17,123 pounds merchnudiae, und 1.C9G feet lumber for Geo. W. l'eltier & Co. By W. It. Stautn* team, 2.8G7 feet lumber for Geo. W. Peltier & Co. By P. Grooms' teum, 2.0UU pound* flour for primeanx Sc Eugter. The l*allsade,Bobbcrs, Judge Ilives, of Eureka, who assisted | the United States District Attorney iu prosecuting Stevens and limu, the Pali sade robbers, passed here yesterday homeward bound, lie stated that tbe robbers bad been found guilty, but the jury recommended them to the mercy of the court. Judg? Sabin sentenced them to three years each iu the State Prison. They will be confined in tbe Nevada State Prison.--f Silver State. tinlt Mcttlfa. The enit brought by Ham Dav'e, of Sau Piaucitico, nguiuftt White Fine coun-1 ty wan partiully Mettled luat month, Davie accepting all the aix p?r cent. ' bond* uov on baud in part payment of hia ten por ceute., with interest on the latter at 10 per oent. till July let. The balance due him in to be paid by the county in oasb ae eoou aa pimnible. The claim can be paid next jear. f White Pine Newe. Viae Oram HanaMeat. Those who deuire to anbaerihe to the Star'* Grant Monument Fund will plaaee eali at onoe, m the subaoeiption paper will be kept here bat a few days longer. Gall at the tuDmsciKv of* dee. Meeting Pettfeatd. The meeting of the Executive Com* teittee of the Ko**d4 Live Stock Aetnl* atien, advmtiaid to be held bar* Oh the 21st instant, baa been postponed until farther notice.?[Silver Stat**. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Depot Hotel?Clark Ac Green Proprie tor*. Panl Scbillestrom, G W Hardesty, South Fork; Frauk Staley, Fremont, Nebraska: Geo Gilbert, Trenton, N J; A O Cuss, F Gilbert, Chun Krebbs, D, Pierro; W Nunneily, J SI SuuIh, Rob iuBou's Circus; John Durke, Wui Rob inson, Utah; A D Farusworth 6c wife South Fork; F Groouis, Tuscurora; Mrs W A Pieroe & two children, El Paso, Texas; John Pope, Ogdeu; M Polk, Hallcck. Gem Hotel?Barllett & OstreicLer, Proprietors. Mrs Ward Ac child, C Tanebill, Harry Reynolds, Tuscarom; M Lichstenstein, S F; J LBallinger, Jack Creek; WW Schmidt wife & child, South Fork; Juo Thorpe, Lamoille; Walter S Clayton, G M Clayton, Mound; Geo Elliott, Bull ion. FOR SALE! A FINE PROPERTY. The well improved and finely watered ranch situated two railea west of Fort Iialleck is offered for sale at a bargain. I have twice been offered my price and refused to sell, but approaching, age warns me that I will soon be nnable to perform the active duties of ranch life, hence I have concluded to sell this fine property consisting of 8S0 AGUES LAND, all under fence, 150 HEAD FINE GRADED CATTLE, 50 HEAD HOUSES, . together with AGRICUL TURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHIN ERY. Th? ranch ia well watered by first right to two streams passing through the preinists. N.-ur the resi dence, which is a good adobe building of six rooiua well furnished, surrounded with all necessary out buildings, includ ing a blacksmith shop furnished with all necessary tools, is a highly cultivated vegetable garden, and tUe gionuds about the house are planted in fruit trees and shrubbery making a fine resi dence. Payments will be msds easy. From 300 to 400 tons hay can be cut oil the place each year. For futher par ticulars call on or address J. D. Aftin, Fort Hulleck, Nevada Spring and Mummer tlnmplfi. 1 have juxt received over tvrohnndred new sample* for Spring and Sniumer Clothing, and can trnly nay that a finer assortment has never before been ex bibited iu Elko county, all being of the latent deaigna i.nd patterns. ltecogiiiz ing the general deaire of my onstomera for Bummer olotbing at oheaper rates than have heretofore been customary, 1 have made large reduction* in prices and all cuatom made Summer clothing, fronting that the decreaae in profit will be fol lowed by a correapoi.ding increase of patronage. Remember, 1 guarantee perfect fit. * M. RKIHHAUT. Flipped In the Bud* la it not better to nip eoneumption, the greatest soourge of humanity, in the bad, thau try to stay ita progress on the brink of the grove? A few doses ot Cal ifornia's most nsefnl production, SAN TA ABIE, the King of ConMnmption, will relieve, and a thorough treatment will oure. Nasal Catarrh, too often the forerunner of consumption, can be cared by CALIFORNIA CAT lt-CURE. These remedies are sold and folly war* ranted by F. F. Muller at $1, or thrss for $3 60. An Absolute Cars, The OfUttlNAL AHIKT1MK OINTMEXT la saljr pa* ep In large. twa-omnce tin Intra, ?n4 s an absolute euro for old *?r a bars*, vmhmU, eliapped hinli, and all akin tr?p< Mesa. W1U positively euro all kJnde of plica. Aab far the OfttttMW. ABIKTINB OIMT MKKT. Sold by V. P. Untie* ** Hecate p SB '*1 ?MU ? fvwL, FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. All Claiiei of Legitimate id* rertUementt net CxceedlnglTen Lines Inserted. In tbls Column for ft'lfty Cents a Week* Bed Bock Saloon. UNDER MASONIC HALL. H. Mc ADAMS, Proprietor. This popular resort bud recently been placed in firat class repair and THE BAR stooked with the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. If you want something Mild cr Pow erful give the Bed Rqck a call. 5-7. V-pholaterlug. We have employed for a short tiuoe a first class UPHOLSTERER aod those who have MATTRESSES, LOUNGES etc. iu ueedof repair should embrace this opportunity to have them j ut in good order. This workman will remain but a short tiiue and those who desire to avail themselves of his services must bring their work AT ONCE. This is the best opportunity you will ever have to get j'our upholstering done with nentuess and dispatch. 6-13 Bbown AHobxins. Fine Coffee. To those who enjoy a cup of good coffee we would recommend AR BUCKLE'S, roasted, but not ground, an J put up in pouud papers. Try it, uud be convinced that it is the best iu the market. 6-17. I Fancy tissdi. ! Mrs. Terry has opened a stock of No tions, Faucy Golds, etc., such as every family ueeds, in the brisk building op posite the Humboldt House. A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. 5-26. To Timers. From six to ten good miners can find employment at Bullion in Railroad District, this county. Noqe but practi cal miners peed apply- 6 8 Novelties. Just received by express, 100 doxen latest styles gents ties, also novelties for ladies received daily by express at J. Rosbmstock's Frank Biedel, i COMMERCIAL ST., ELKO, NET. DmIct la GENT'S BOOTS & SHOES, HUNTING FISHING. SPARKING. ?An4 Dm BUCKINGHAM BOQTS. j Dancing Pumps,. , HUMPHREY'S BOaTOH SHOES, mm tips, Best Jodot Calf Skins, ? Alw.j. If. .. BOOTS MADE JQ ORDER A^I refaiwhu NEATLY DOME. Humboldt' BREWEItY AND Mesa. A. J. HYBSCHMAN, [Sqcci-Mor to A. Bixel] Proprietor, Having purchased tho HUMBOLDT BREWERY , t I am now prepared to furnish Brat claM beer in any quantity, bottled or by tbe keg, to families or to the trade. THE SALOON. Commercial Street, BISHOP & RICHARDS, Proprietors, I# etooked irith the flnott WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Bottled beer ? epecleUy. Order* by mell will rccelve^jjrompt tV> tentlon. Pioneer Saloon. KLKO. NEVADA. JOHN HI BBET8 PROPRIETOR. THE VERT BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. Imported and Domestic, 80LP OVER THE BAR. Tbe Celebrated??? "BUDWEISER" BEER, AND Fresh Eastern Cider, 1. G. Bairis, RENO - - - * NEVADA, ?? WbcUiic and Retail Dealer In?? LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, DOOltS. WINDOWS, BLINDS. MOULD I NO S, LATHS. SHINGLES, LIMB, VLA&TPR. CEMENT, llAlll JlKItWOOV LUMBER* Bi'ECM4LTT< WOOD AND COAL. Having leaved the Ease* Mill I eat now prepared to out Lumbar |o fill any order, ?? ?re? ??Agent For UNIVERSAL COMBINA TION FENCE, iy Order* by mai) will receive prompt attention. N. B. NYE, M 9RAOTKAI. f . / Walohmaker V Jeweler ?* **? OLD 9TAN01 tfe* goore kolow U? fwtaflwj Wlfl *o ?>! M?*> of work la Me llae 1% proaaet mm! woefcMfttt Ilk* manno, , -/ Iteoalrinar Warranted