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DAILY INDEPENDENT.
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WEDNESDAY JULY 13. 1887.
GO US TV OFFICIAL PAPER.
NCVADA nil.lTU.
8y the laws of oar Stute each country
in uuthoiized to o guuizc one company
ol' Volunteer Militia consisting of one
Oaptuiu, one First Lieutenant, two
Second Lieutenants, four Serg? ants,
four Corporals, one Drummer, one Fifer
and not /ess than foity nor more than
eighty privates, for an In fun try cuiu
pi.uy. The Jaw also provide that each
organized company shall be allowed u
nil 111 not to exceed $7o a month for
armory rent, said amount to be paid by
the County Treasurer who shall take a
receipt therefor, which receipt shall be
received by the State Treasurt r as ho
much money in the settlement by the
County Treasurer with the Stute Treas
urer.
As the minimum number allowed in
the formation of a company is titty-four
men, iucludiug officers and privates, it
Mould seem that Elko and vicinity could
form a company in compliance with the
taws of the Sta e, draw arms and ac
coutrements, and the allowance of $7a
per month for armory rent would be
aufhcient to pay all necessary incidental
??tpctisesof the company. We suggest
ibat our enterprising young men take
ctrps for the formation of a M.litary
4'oinpuily which would be a credit to
K.'ko county, and a little exertion on the
putt of those who will take the matter
in bund will soon accomplish it.
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Icing Kaluhaua.
KulaL'nua, the King ol Hawaii, is a
very wicked old boy and makes a point
of liAviug n very fcjo.nl time in spite of
? lie trouble in his kingdom, lie retains
some three hundred duuciug girls and
??maids" of honor pour pussrr /c temps,
and it is suid that the old fellow don't
nufT?-r much from ennui. Que. n K ipio
lani became so disgusted with liim a
short time ago that she refused to live
with hiiu any longer, so she is now his ,
wife only in nam", This, however,
probably don't trouble him much as
th.ro are many more attractive and
younger women ou the .1-binds. lie is
getting too old to be blighted with dis
appointment in love, so that the indig
nation of the estimable Q leen proves
tut a mild punishment to him. He
cares hut little about state uifairs and if
the rebelling parties leave him his at
tendants, he will be content to give up
whut little power he has left.?[Salt
hake Democrat.
ftUatrt'ttjtlhk totality.
A New York dispatch of the lllh
iust. says: The sloop-yacht Mystery
left llullla Bar last evening, loaded aU
most to thegutiwuleH with men, women
mid children. When off Barren Island,
en route for Cnnnrsie, the yacht capsized
?and only 13 of the 40 souls composing
her passengers and crew uro known to
have been rescued. The party was
made up ohieQy of Gertnau families res*
ident in Brooklyn and Long Island
City. Fully half of the drown< d people
wore children. A negro in a row boat
pulled out from the shore uud succeed
*'ed in saving seven lives and a tug
which was in the viriidty Hayed six.
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A l*i>i Hand, Oregon, special Rays a
disastrous flood occurred Haturday at
Thompson Falls, Idaho, from the break*
ing of a big dam on BlosRom Lake,
M any wagons and tenuis are reported
swept away, b idges destroyed, etc., uud
it is lea re 1 u number of lives w< re lost.
It is re purled that tho mining towns
of M luufaiu City and York were nearly
4leftithyadf inalt ^and telegraph commit*
nication are cnt off. It is feared a nant
her of freight teams oA the road havjo
. been lost.t Tho ilhuistor is very aerioaa
t > mining property,
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Virginia Chr -niclb:?Superintendent
Keating of the Ssv.ige and Noroross ro
po^trt that MoMr>. Ml okay and FIojJ
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I imve subscribed $5,000 for the relief of
1 the faniiil.-t* of the uufortauate niiuere
| who lost then lives through the Gurry
disaster. This is a magnificent contri
bution, and shows that the meu who
have been enriched through toiuing ap
preciate the perils faced by their em
ployes iu the dischurge of their daily
work.
Boston Globe:?It used to bo food
for divine thanksgiving when a pocket
Bible saved the life of a soldier in bat
tle, but here is a woman in Washington
sheltered from an assassin's tin I let by
her wire bustle; and a Terre Haute girl,
who became a momentary pistol target,
owes her continued existence to a steel
corset. Dress reform papers plcnsc
copy.
SAY!
flat So Yen TM3
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will
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You be wise enough to profit by it when
it c ones? Arc you willing to help it
along? If j-ou are, do not wait until it
bursts upon you unawares, but do your
best to hurry and push it.
the
Only way to do Ibis is to talk of it; to
write of it; to boast of it; praise and
patronizo r very home industry; keep
your money in the country and induce
others to come and do the Fame. Do
not patronize outside institutions in
preference to your own, and before you
know it tho
boom
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win no npon you ond you will rculiz
that every dollar spont in furthering n
local enterprise will return to you doub
led, while every one yon send uwav will
he gone forever. In looking around to
see where to spend those Dollars nml
advantageously it will
STRIKE
You thnt the largest and most varied
stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hat*,
Boots, Shoes and General Merchandise
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to be found in
ELKO
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County aud the eliennast nlaoe'to our
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chase, tho place whore Bargains are the
rule aud not the exception is the well
known house of
M. REIN HART,
F. F. MULLER,'
DRUGGIST. |
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Railroad Street, Elko, Nov}.
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??-Keeps constantly on hand ?
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Fawnt Medicines,
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Chemical i,
Toilet Articles
, AND PERFUMERY, *
Prescriptions ctrsfylljr fuuipouuJtd,
mm- ORDERS BT MAIL PROMFlElf I
TFENDED lO
1887. : 1887.!(
THE STATE FAIR '
OF 1887 WILL BE HELD
AT RENO, ,
Comzrc^Lcing September 21st, and Ending
October 1st.
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35 RACES, $10,000.
2PB112MEWEi2Qa 1
FOR LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT AND EXHIBITS
IN PAVILION. 1
Indian Pony Races, Baloan Ascensions, Bicycle
Races, Stock Parade. <
LADIES' GRAND TOURNAMENT,
Friday, Sept. 23, Wednesday, Sept. 28, Friday, Sept. 30.
THE PRESIDENT'S GOLD MEDAL.
President Powniug offers ns Special Premium a WOLD MEDAL, valuo $100 j
lor tbc Best Exhibit in any Department..
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Trials of speed to be conducted under the auspices of the J
Directors of the State Agricultural Society.
Tbc State A srimltural Society was Established in Accordance
xvitU nil Act of tlie legislature ot the State of Nevada, entitled
"Asi Act to Provide for tlie Itlanatrement and 1) ntrol of cite State
Agricultural Society," a pprovrd Marcl* 7, 1887.
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MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE: c
L. J. FLINT, of Washoe County.
1$. F. LEICTE, of Washoe Couuiy.
F.H. MULCAHY. of Washoe Couuiy.
AL WHITE, of Washoe County.
JOHN SWEENY, of Ortimliy Comity. ]
L'. 11. lilcKEY, of Dou^l ts County. j
C. C. rOWNING, of \Y;?sh:?e Cnnntv. .
ALVA HO EVANS, of Washoe County.
TllEO. WIN FEUS, of Washoe County.
V. DANBEUG. of Washoe County.
W. S. BAILEY, of Churchill County. '
I JOB. MABZEN, of Uumboldt County. ^
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OFFICERS OF TI1E SOCIETY: 1
a c. rowNino rrcRid. nt. ;
U. H. KTODDAUD Sooretary.
0. T. BEX L> Eli I icasuiv r. J
i~*' For Sp'M'l P.- i^rim-rtP, Premium List un:l other information, iicMretd C <
II. StoiUar 1. Sceretary. Beno, Nevti.l.i. C. C. POWNIXG. Prtbidei.t. J
C. II. STODDAKI). Mterelaiv. * 1
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Endless Variety of
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AND
BONNETS.
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Printed India Linen,
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Lace " u
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ALL OVER HAMBURG LAOE
AND ROBES.
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The fiaest stock of ?
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
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Ever exhibited in Elko.
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IVAN HOE SEER SUCER,
All Colors, at
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JOE. JIOSEVSTOCK'S,
DEPOT HOTEL.|'
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CLAIIK & GREEK - - - Proprietors
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ALL PASSENGER TRAINS
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Of tbe Central PnciAe Railroad 1
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STOP DIRECTLY AT TIIE DOOR 1
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25 Minutes for Meals.
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#7" Ths House Is flrst-elnss In {nil.its sp
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SALOON. :
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Antone Ramsey,
PROPRIETOR.
THE BAR,
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In ilv 71 well itockcd with the flnenft <
brant) ? of <
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Wines, Liquors and Cigari, ;
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Wines ?" Liquors
SI TBS OIJIM ob sornut.
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DEALER IN
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GROCERIES
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and
PROVISIONS,
?y Next door to theJPostolUce. "TO
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Keeps constantly in stock a full line of?. J
FAKILY GROCERIES,
CONFECTIONERY
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
ALSO
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J l gars.
Tobacco,
Pipes
and
Fancy Goods
THESH VE3EXABLES A SPECIALTY
Jany-C-tf,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICA
TION.
N otice is hereby oiven that tttb
following-named settler b :a filed notice
if hia intention to make fin it prool in ruppoct
if Ui> claim, an'l tiiat mi proof will be made
? ore th i Bialiict Ccurt 01 Nevada ut Elko,
Ulio county. N vnda, on SEPTEMBER 1&<1?,
887, viz: Ilomcetond entry No. 1US, JOHN
EIOBB1NS. for the S II U oi S W >4 Section 1.1,
? H of N W M ami N W If of N E M Peciioitia,
PownehipOS North. Range 55) ?? nst. He names
he following witness 8 to prove his coutior,
?us residence tapoti, ?ud cultivation of en id
uinl, viz:
iau?f8 Myers, of ltuby Valley, Elko Co.
Isaac o iswnid, " ?? ??
1. <4. Dstrle.v, ?' " ??
Isaac Ci.rtichcr, ?' E'ko ??
I). H. H \T.T.. Ttegtater.
Ordered thai this notice be pitbliahod iu the
IttliprCNi K t for a period c?t elx consccutiro
recks.
D 11. HALL, Register.
Slko, June 1887.
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NOTICE FOR PTJBLICA
/ TION.
Land Gfllrc at Eureka. Ncvad\ i
?June 2i?, 18-7. I
gi) OTICE IS HEREBY OIViN TIT VT TIIB
Is following-unwed eoit;er has filed notice
if hie intention to make final proof in support
jf li'.B claim, and that aaid proof will be mad*
l>eforc Ibe lbgistir and Receiver nt Eureka.
Nevada, on July 2,*>th, 1887. viz: Homestead
Eulry No. 116. THOMAS O'CONNOR for tbo
N E U Section 34, Township 34, Range CO
East,
He names iho f dlowing witnesses to prov*
bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation
>f said laud, Via:
II. Sa l cr, of Eur.ka, Nevada.
3. \V. Rater, ".??/" "
rt.omas E. II.iley, '* " "
William Snow, " Ruby Valley, ??
D. II. HALL. Register.
Ordered that tills Notice be publlabed in th*
Daii.y Ikdf.pekdkny for * period of 30 days.
D. H. H.VlL, Register.
June 22, P'8f, COd. -
NOTICE FOR PUBICA
TION.
Land Offle? at Enron*, N?vidt.1
May M, 1881. f,
Notice is hereby given tuat thb "
following imnu-d settler liax fl.ed notire
of bis Intention to make final proof iu anpfkort
of bin ci ?lin, and tbat raid proof will bo made
before the Register and Rereiver at Bnrrks,
Kevad-i, on Angnut 6th, 1887. vix: HomceUal
Entry No. i'.ft. Thomas Shout, for tho 8 E VI
of it F. V. Si-ct on 24. Township 27 North,
Range 57 Kant, Lo'a 3, 4 and ft, Section 1ft,
TowhslHp 27 North, Rang* 58 East,
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his contlnnous -evidence upon, and cultivation
at said land viz:
latin T. Baker, e'f Enrckn, Xnreka Co,
IstneeO. Powell, " " ??
Robert K. Miller, " Ruby Valley, Blko O,
A. G. Dawley, " ?'
D. H. II ALL, Register.
Ordered that this Notice be published In the
htnicr bud Birr for a pevlod of ?t* ooneeantJfe
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D. n. HALL, Kegiete*,
KUo, May SO, 1867* ? ?? k

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