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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SUNDAY, MKPTKMBKK 19, 1879. AUENT8. W. R. WILSON.....Pioehe DOCTOR & 8HULZE.Ruby Hill WILL N. RABB1TTS..Palisade A. M. HORNE. Austin T. STARR.-...-.Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON......Tybo CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 430 Montgomery street. Is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Skutiksl in 8an Francisco. Persons in that city haring business with this offloe are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorised to reeeire sub scriptions for the Skstirkl and eollect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka owing for subscription! wiU make payment to him. WAB IXAIMS. In our local columns will be found a notice calling for tbe presentation to Lientenant Governor Adams, ex-offle'o Adjutant General of tbe State, of all claims for supplies, etc., furnished tbe State Militia during the recent Indian troubles. The idea Is to get these claims into tangible shape so that neither the parties who furnished sup plies of any kind nor the State will be wronged in the Anal settlement of the accounts. The Governor, ss Com mander in Chief of the military, is anxious that some official recognition of these claims be taken while the whole matter is fresh in the minds of all, and thus remove tbe possibility of anything savoring of fraud being per petrated against the State. It is there fore In pursuance of tbe request of his Exoelleucy that Adjutant General Ad ams is here to investigate all claims while evidence of their validity is easily obtainable. There is no money in tbe State Treasury now applicable to the payment of these bills, but when they have been audited by Ad jutant General Adams, there is no doubt that the Legislature, at its next aession, will appropriate a sufficient sum to cover all of them. Inasmuch as about all of the horses pressed into the service have been returned to their owners, the total amount of the States’ indebtedness on account of the late war can not exceed a few thousand dollars. Claimauts, and all others in terested, will find the Adjutant Gen eral at the law office of Thos. Las per re. Court-house building, during Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. CENTENNIAL ACCOMMODATIONS. • In reply to the New York Mail's insinuation that the people of Phila delphia are asleep and making no preparations for the accommodation of visitors to the Centennial Exposition of next year, the Press replies that the Mail and all others should know that a mammoth hotel is being erected near the Park; direotly opposite, another is under way; a hotel is to be built on Market street, opposite the New York depot; the Continental has been en larged, the Girard has been enlarged, tbs Collonade has been enlarged, the St. Lawrenoe has been enlarged, and there is scarcely a hotel in the city which is not now being or will be en larged, and that a new hotel has just been commenced at Broad and Walnut streets. This sounds as if visitors may anticipate accommodations. But how will it be as to ohargesT This is one of the most important questions, and very much of the success of the Ex position depends upon it. BnUfTEBERTED OPINION OF TUB WHITE PINE WAR. We give below an extract from the Grass Valley Onion in relation to the origin ol the recent Indian excitement In Eastern Nevada. The Onion is one of the fairest and most impartial jour nals on the Pacido Coast. Its opinions are therefore of value. Following is what it says: Usually there is a snsplcion that these sudden Indian scares have a "job” in them, for the benedt of con tractors, who would supply transpor tation, grain and beef tor the troops; but in this instance there does not seem to have been any such incentive, but simply a “scare,” and a very ex pensive one it will prove to be to the tax-payers of the State of Nevada and to the General Government. It wilt also prove a temporary loss to the Lo family, comprising the ragged bands of Goshoots, Shoshones, Tern-Flutes and Utea, who were busily engaged when this war didn’t break out, in gathering their annual crop of pine nuts for their Winter store. The Redskins.—Indian affairs are Car better managed in the Dominion of Canada than in this country. Accord ing to the last report of the Commis sioners in charge of the matter across the frontier, the savage tribes have been converted into thrifty villagers by a process whleb combines common sense with a keen knowledge of human nature. The most fertile source of all our Indian wars is the cheating and knavery of white traders and Govern ment agents. The Canadian authori ties, by dealing honestly with the aborigines, earu their confidence and esteem, and achieve the work of civili sation without the slightest trouble. A spiritualist over about Virginia City has prophesied that that city is In be destroyed by fire, and the Gold Hill News says many persons have packed their trunks ready to “light out” at any moment. The calamity is to take place within a few weeks. A chemist has discovered animal starch In the human blood; but there’s no need for so many people to be stuck «p about it. SENSIBLE. Alabama is framing a new State con stitution. The convention now in ses sion at Montgomery is composed of 59 Democrats, 59 Republicans and 1 In dependent. In declaring the bill of rights the convention, yesterday, by a unanimous vote, adopted the follow ing: The people of this State accept as a final and established fact, that from the Federal Union there can be no seces sion of any Slate. That is sensible, and directly to the point. The issue of the war definitely determined for all time that the para mount allegiance of every citizen is due to the Federal Government, and we are glad to see the people of the South, irrespective of party, accepting in good faith the irrevokable verdict of a hundred bloody fields. It were bet ter had these anti-secession declarations figured in all the State constitutions prior to the war; and better still had the Federal constitution itself con tained a clear and concise provision in hibiting the right of a State to with draw from the compact, for it must be admitted that the doctrine was an ojien I question until finally and emphatically settled by the arbitrament of the sword. Whatever may be our ideas, and the ideas of the Democratic party of the country, with reference to the sovereignty of the States, no sane man will ever again claim for the doctrine so broad an interpretation as that a State possesses the right to sever its connection with the Union, peaceably or otherwise. The question is forever dead and buried, and we view it as one of the most encouraging signs of the times that the followers of John C. Calhoun in the South are beginning to admit it in the organic enactmeuts of their State governments. At Home.—We announce with un feigned pleasure the safe return of Major Dennis, the Sentinel’s junior, from the Spring valley Indian war. The duties of commanding officers, who exhibit a proper regard l'or the comfort of their men, through a sparsely settled desert country, are necessarily arduous, and we are quite satisfied that the campaign was the re verse of a pleasure trip for both officers and men. As soon as the Major shall have recovered somewhat from the fatigue of the journey be will doubtless give the readers of the Sentinel a full account of the campaign, including the origin of the excitement and many other interesting particulars. Jefferson Davis ox the Curren cy.—It is stated that Jefferson Davis declared himself, in Missouri the other day, against a resumption of specie pay ments. He asserted that “specie re sumption was impracticable until our exports exceed our imports; declared that Congress had no authority to de clare specie payments should be re sumed at a certain date, and that in the present condition of the country more currency is needed.” The New York Herald wonders that the ghost of old Torn Benton did not rise up to denounoe him when he uttered such sentiments in Missouri. » __ m __ The Auttin Statesman remarks upon the over-work of newspaper writers, that “no writer, however able, can furuish two columns of good original matter daily and do justice to himself. The finest talent of the land, support ed by the best physique, can not long endure the tasks imposed by many publishers. It is the hardest labor on earth to think, especially when the vital foroes are depressed. Work of the hod-carrier or stevedore is recrea tion compared with it.” And this is why we rejoice that our junior has re turned from the wars. Suicide at Cornucopia.—The Elko Independent of the 16tb says: A uian named W. Parish, who has been em ployed by the Leopard Company about the work upon the new mill at Deep Creek, committed suicide Mon day by cutting his throat with an old case knife. When found the head was nearly severed irom the body. The reason which lead to the commission of the horrible act is unknown. All that ws have obtained in relation to deceased is that he was about 45 years of age, and a native ol Kentucky. Mrs. Norton stood up in the Court room at Santa Barbara, to receive sen tence of imprisonment for life, in tears, her countenance bearing marks of con tinuous weeping. After the terrible sentence bad been pronounced, she was removed, sobbing hysterically, and swooned before reaching the bot tom of the stairs between the Court room and the Jailer’s department. A couple of Corlnne Juveniles made a moonlight incursion into a neigh bor’s watermelon patch, and their bodies have already yielded, under surgical probing, something like a handful of bird-shot, and there is still enough galena in them to pay for the working. The result of last Monday’s elec tion plaoes Maine in the list of doubt fill States in the coming Presidential eleotion. A majority of 4,000 in a State as populous as Maine is a very trifling affair. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [SPECIAL TO THE DAILY SENTINEL.] Beecher Declines to Show Himself. New York, Sept. 17. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher declines the proposed public reception at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn. In his letter of declination he says: “Such reception would tend to keep alive feelings that ought to subside: to renew discussions of painful public transac tions which should never have had an existence, and which it were well, both for public and for private good, to have removed, if not to forgetfulness at least to obscurity. Too many hearts yet bleed, ton much sorrow and scorch ing excitement has fallen upon kind sympathizing hearts, to make it wise to renew by a public demonstralion that which might be misinterpreted and which might excite animosity which any good citizen should seek to heal." Alabama Convention. Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 17. The Constitutional Convention adopt ed the Bill of Rights to-day. The fol lowing section was adopted tinani inouly: “The people of this State ac cept as a final and and established fact, that from the Federal Union there can be no secession of any State!” Washington, Sept. 17. Benjamin B. Halleck, accused of the larceny of $47,000 from the United States Treasury, was brought before the Police Court to-day for a prelimin ary hearing, He waived an examin ation and bail was required in the sum of $40,000, in default of which he was remanded. The preliminary examin ation of Theo. W. Brown, accused of the same larceny, was concluded this afternoon. The Police Court held hint for the action of l he Uraud Jury. The bail was fixed at $40,000. He made no attempt to procure it and was sent back to prison. Keverdy Johnson on the Stnmp. Haltimouk, Sept. 17. A Democratic-Conservative mass meeting was held here to night, Hon. Keverdy Johnson presiding. Mr. Johnson in his speech made no allusion to the subject of national finance, but confined himself to the discussion of local subjects. The Democrat* of Nebraska. Omaha, Sept. 17. The Democratic State Convention at Fremont, Neb., yesterday, was the largest ever held in the State, and com posed of the most influential men. The Eqnlnoctlal Storm. New Orleans, Sept. 17. The equinoctial storm continues. Dispatches from the southwest report tlie wind blowiux hard, and the weath er thick and cloudy. Considerable damage has been done to shipping. Uevenue Swindlers. St. Louis, Sept. 17. General John McDonald, ex-internal Revenue Supervisor of this district, and Col. John A. Joyce, have t>een in diuted in the western district for con spiracy with parlies at St. Joseph and Kansas City, to defraud the United States. Vineman A Co., of Kansas City, charged with revenue frauds, have compromised by paying the amount of the revenue due. It is be lieved it will cost them $40,000. The Indian Question. Phii.ai)EI.phia, Sept. 18. The last letter of the Welch series will be published on Monday. It in vokes the aid of the law to convict Delano, Cowan and Smith of criminal misdemeanor by violating the law. Suggestions are made as to the future administration of the Indian service, and considering the reformation in that department assured by the resolve ol the press and people, the letter pleads ror other reforms to relieve a tax-op pressed people. K swaps portal. Savannah, Sept. 18. G. N. Estill, of the Morning Hews, purchased the Daily Advertiser to day, and will consolidate it with the Hews. This leaves only one daily pa per in the city. Suicide ef • Drummer. Cincinnati, O., Sept. 18. A. J. Case, ol Hartford, Conn., trav eling salesman for Hunt, Holbreck A Barbour, committed suicide by taking chloral at the Gibson House last night. Despondency, occasioned by failing eyesight, caused the act. Commercial Hettlement. Nkw York, Sept. 18. The creditors of Lee, Shepard & Dillingham, book sellers, made an agreement with the Arm to-day to ac ccpt seventy cents on the dollar, to be paid in three installments, at six, twelve and eighteen months, without interest. Counterfeiters. Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 17. Dr. M. H. Frank, in prison and awaiting trial for counterfeiting U. S. notes, was detected Sunday morning in an attempted escape, having se cured tbrougli ontside aid the posses sion of several tools fur this purpose. They were found in the cell of another prisoner, to whom Frank had given for safe keeping. Frank gave infor mation which resulted in the arrest to day of two accomplices, Albert Stable and H. Bowman, the former a saloon keeper of this place, and the latter a bar tender. They have been commit ted in default ot $2,000 bail. Uwl-Lsstsa Market*—Bank State ment. Nkw York, Sept. 18. Wm. MacMahon, proprietor of the Deerfoot Park, near Brooklyn, was fatally shot last night. A dispatch from London says the markets opened devoid ol any special feature. American governments and railroad securities remain steady. Following is the bank statement: Loans decrease, $1,371,400; specie de crease, $1,091,000; legal tenders de crease, $1,247,200; deposits decrease, $2,723,800; circulation decrease, $1,800: reserve decrease, $2,557,950, Killed kjr Texans. Omaha, Sept. 18. A dispatch from Kearney Junction saya a party of about twenty Texas herders came in last night und camped on the Platte, at the bridge. During the night their horses got nio the corn field of Mr. Coillna. He took up the horses, sod this morning they cams up and said they would settle. They came up town, got drunk, went hack and shot Collins live limes, killing him almost instantly. The Texans have all been captured but two, and are now in jail at Kearney Junction. It is probable they will be.lynched to night. Ballroad Accident. Macnch Chunk, Pa., Sept. 18. 'Last night the locomotive of a coal train on Lehigh valley, exploded at Stony creek, and John Kercher, en gineer; John Dupler, fireman, and Benj. Hoffmann and W. W. Koelp, brakemen, all of Fairview, were in stantly killed. Oeo. Owens, a brake man, was injured, but not fatally. FOREIGN NEWS. Prisoners Shot—Death of s Noted Englishman. Ixjndon, Sept. 17. The Carlist Committee of London publish a report from Hendaye that the Alfonsists, under Tarda, have shot ten Carlists in cold blood, in Aran val ley. The victims, two of whom were Frenchmen, were taken prisoners two days before the execution. Sir George Essex Hnngman, late Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, is dead. postponed—Foreign Bn 11 Ion. Bkki.in, Sept. 17. A special states that the trial of per sons aeeused of participating in the revolutionary propaganda has been postponed to 1876. The Daily Neim, in its financial col umns, expresses the belief that the bullion withdrawn from the bank yes terday goes to America. Withdrawal of English Bullion. I<ondon, Sept. 18. The bullion withdrawn from the Bank of England on balance to-day was £100,600. Emperor William Going on n Trip. Bkki.in, Sept. 18. Emperor William will leave Ger many certainly by October 3d, to visit ilie King of Italy, l’rince Bismarck will probably attend him. The Em peror will get out from Baden-Baden soon after the birthday of the Empress, September 30th. The movements of the Emperor have for a long time past been regulated, to a great extent, by his medical advisers, and the deter mination to visit Italy has just been made. Cardinal Mrt'lmkrjr. Komk, Sept. 18. To-day the Charge d' Affairs of Aus tria. France and Spain were accredited to the Vatician. and several Americans nailed upon Cardinal Med os key. Cavalry for Cuba. Santander, Sept. 18. A force of 568 cavalry embarked for Cuba yesterday. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. Tbe Bank full fern fit—A Klim Sbot by itu Ollirer. San Francisco, Sept. 18. There is nothing new in relation to the affairs of tbe Hank ot California ex cept the staiement made by a member of the syndicate that Michael Reese has become a subscriber to the Guar antee Fund, but to what amount is not stated. As regards the time of reopen ing, it is stated by a member of the hoard of directors that previous to re sumption a meeting of the stockhold ers will lie called and a statement of the condition of the hank presented to them. As ten days’ notice is required for the meeting of tile stockholders, it would seem, unless resumption pre cedes the report of the directors, that the bank could hardly reopen before the 1st of October. Arrangements are suid to tie progressing satisfactorily, and possibly the bank may begin pay ing to small depositors before making any staiement. Home four months ago a warrant was issue 1 for the arrest of Pat. Coffey, charged with wholesale carting away of old iron from the Pacific Foundry, on First street. This morning, about 11 o’clock, officers Waite and Ryan ar rested Coffey on Main street, and took him to H. J. Booth’s foundry, on Fir-t street, for identification. While Waite and Coffey were standing on the side walk waiting for Kyan, who had en tered the foundry, Coffey endeavored to escape by running. Waite, after calling to him several times to stop, fired a shot from his revolver, intend ing. as he says, to frighten Coffey. The ball s'ruck the fugitive in the hack, penetrating the right lung. Cof fey was taken at once in a wagon to the City Prison Hospital, and died on reaching there. Coffey was a boiler maker by trade, and a man of family, aged about 30 yeais. Aetlou ol the Kan Francisco Stock and Exchange Hoard. San Francisco,Sept. 18. The special committee of the big board of brokers has Issued the follow ing: ‘•S. F. Stock and Exchanok Board, ) San Francisco, Sept. 18, 1875. j Sir: You are hereby directed, by the special committees of the board ap pointed this day, to take up all stocks coining to you tiefore 12 o’clock Mon day, Sept. 20, 1875. A failure to com ply with tliesame will necessitate your being reported to the board as delin quent. A. H. Lihhak, Jr., Ch’n.” The effect of this action will be to place brokers in a position for regular resumption at any moment. Nearly all the business has been settled up and outstanding matters are compara tively few. Whether this will lead to a resumption of official sales tiefore the opening of the banks is doubtful. ■ARR1AUE OF AN EDITOR. Friend Kelley, of the Silver Slate, has joined tho army of benedicts. In extending congratulations we copy the following account of the affair from the Silver State of the 10th: For several days there have been mysterious movements and unusual activity among several of the neigh bors. Yesterday morning the writer was invited to attend a picnic on the Humboldt. At the designated hour he put In an appearance, and found a Jolly crowd of ladles and gentlemen on the pionlo grounds. Among the gen eral mirth and glee of the company Judge Honnitield, to the amusement of some and the surprise of others, pro ceeded to interview E. D. Kelley and Miss Amelia Sheriff. After going through with the Episcopal ceremony, and receiving sundry affirmative re sponses, pledges aud assurances on their part that they would forever stand to and abide by the law in such case made and provided, he pro nounced them man and wife. For half an hour congratulations were in order, and heartily extended to the couple, when the table, improvised for the occasion, was uncovered, and all partook of a most Bumptuous colla tion. Death of Jack Veitch. — News came from Jeffwrson last evening of the death of John Veitch, a well known former resident of this placo. He came over to this town on a visit last week, at which time he appeared to be in per fect health. It seems that on his re turn to Jefferson he was taken sick, his sickness culminating in death yester day morning.—Reveille, 15/A. NTKAUNUH. We have In our possession, says the Gold Hill Neva, a counterfeit Ameri can trade dollar, dated 1874, tiie first we have yet seen or heard of, but tills having I wen in circulation is pretty good evidence that others also are in circulation, therefore it is best for .everybody to be on their guard, and closely inspect the silver coins they may receive. This counterfeit is very well executed, hut the metal is darker and whittles easier than silver, evi dently being composed largely of lead. It lias some little ting to it. but is easiest detected by its lack of weight, dark color, and peculiar smoothness when rubbed between the thumb and finger. This bogus coin is ail the more dangerous here where nobody is on the lookout for such things. We were shown to day, says the Elko Independent of the 17th, some splendid looking ore from a new dis covery on Loue Mountain, made by Stanhope and White, at a point about six miles west from Miller’s station, on tiie Cornucopia road. A series of claims were located by the parties, and are named respectively, I .one Mountain Chief, Constitution, Centen nial and Mammoth. The ore is of tiie smelting kind, and looks remarkably well. We are informed that assays from the Mountain Chief ran up to $tRX). We have seen samples ot ore from different localities on the same mountain, but none which resembled this. The ledges are retained large and well defined, and the lucky dis coverers are saiisfied that they have se cured a very valuable property. The Pistol.—A couple of pistol shots were fired, between 6 snd 7 o'clock last evening, says the Cold Hill .Veit's of the ltith, at the residence ol Win. Bieteldt, corner of E and Wash ington streets, Virginia. Heports about the cause of the shooting are conilicting, one lieing that he attempt ed to kill his wife, and another that it was his own life he sought to take. About the only thing certain is that a couple of shots were fired In the house at tiie time stated. Between 3 and 4 o'clock Thursday morning a miner named Thomas Sul livan fell down a winze in tlie Savage mine, a distance of about 200 feel, uml died from the effects of his injuries in less than half an hour. MK \V TO-DA >. MOORE & McDOUGALL. - • WE HAVE NOT TIME -TO WHITE AN— ADVERTISEMENT -THIS WEEK 13 ut Look Out -FOR ONE 0N TUESDAY. Our Store Closes -ON SUNDAYS. MOORE A McDOlGALL. MpUtf HR. RAMTOTI laOCRTEDRESa. The San Francisco correspondent of the New York Herald, under date of the 5th inst., telegraphed the following concerning Mr. Ralston’* Indebtedness to the Bank ot California: Your correspondent cannot under take to report figures on the debtor credit side of Mr. Ralston’s bank count, for lie has not seen them, but he is assured by those who thorough ly investigated this matter that the as signment made hy Mr. Ralston of his property to Mr. Sharon on the morn, ing of his death will cover a!I his in. debtedness In every Direction anil leave to his family about $2,000,000. It should be stated also that the indebtedness charged against Mr. Ralston was not personal, but that which has grown out of the aid which the bank bas openly given in the way ot loans to other industries throughout th» State, and which are to-day worth infi nitely more than the indebtedness to the bank. “ 10 married. Winnrmuecs, Sept 15-E. I). Kelly to Min Amelia sheriff. BORN. Winnemiii'ca Valley. Sept 18-Wife of \\m 1 on Meder. a son. Virginia, dept. 15—Wife of Daniel Delaney a son. ' Carson, Sept. 13—Wife of E. A. Moody a son. * _ DIED. Virginia, Sept. 16—Thomas Sullivan, aged about 40 years. Quid Hill, Sent 10—Mary Agnes, infant daughter o! Morgan and Julia Mullens, aged 7 months and 10 days. ... -1111 "IJ.Ig ' ■ggggggge NEW TO-DAY. ..—..'.-.-■» LOST. 4n ACCOUNT BOOK, CONTAINING l>botugra|,h*, letter*, recciiit*. etc., of no value to any ono but tlio owner. Tbe tinder will please leave it at Uvo. Thueber’s, Main street. *pl i»,t ' Special Notice. All carpenters uavino bills for work done on the new hoisting works of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company, aro b-reby notified to present them iuimediately at the office of tho Com pany for payment. •plfWt W. II. SI!AM*,Superintendent, Annual Meeting. I^UHEKA MINING AND SMELTING _J COMPANY-The annual meeting of the stockholders of th* above named cempany, for the purj-oso of electing Trustees to servo for the ersuing year, will be held at their office, .’dpi California street. San Francisco. California, on M’EDNESDAY, the 29th day of SEl’TKMliEK, W\ at 1 o'clock r. a, Ppl-Hd A. C. ItYCE, Secretary. Assessment Notice. PIONEER CONSOLIDATED MINING COM TAN\ — Location of principal place oi business, >an 1 rancisco. California. Lo cation of works. Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of tha Hoard of Directors, held on tho 1 Itb day of Septemb-r, IK7“», an assessment—No. 4- of Ten Onts per share was levied upon tbe cap ital stock of the corporation, payable im mediately, i n l nited Mate* gold coin, to the Secretary, at Itooiu 419 California street, San Francisco. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 1 'th day of October, Ih7), will be delinquent, and advertised for Mil j at public auction, and unless payment is m.olu before, will be sold on IT l>l»A V, the 9th day of November, 1*7.», to pay the delin quent assessment, together with coits of ad vertising and expenses of sain. M EN DELL KAS1VX, Secretary Office, Room ll'i Calilornia st., San I ran cisco. California. spMHd THE EL DORADO. Two Door* above Paxton Ac tVl Bank, MAIN ST.. EUREKA. THE FINEST BILLIARD HALL -AND ssnr-rxxr ai&sx, PRIVATE AND PUBLIC Club II O O 111 M 9 Ami Everything Fir,t>cla,a. FRANK It. WITTKXBEKU, Prop'r. ap!7tf_ vru. si'Hkrk. roxevtiHoTt U. S. BAKERY -AND COFFEE SALOON. Main Street. Eureka, a fow Door* North of Clark Street, In fiuldstone’s Building. WE TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORM ing our friend* and ihe general public that we have opened the above establish* inont. where wo will keen constantly on bana everything usually found in a rIKSM’LAN) BAKEitV and COFFEE SALOON. lb* establishment will bo kept open DAY ana j NIlJUT, tor the accommodation of patrons. Uteyi$tf‘C“L SCHERR A HgT7-_ HORSE MARKET, -AT THE— Mammoth Corral. fl’lIERE WILL BE A BAND OF jf*. I work and saddle hor*os iu the «r»7 BVKKY MAY. F.rti-a wishing to buy will do well to call Aaj** and see them, as they WILL BE BOLD DIBT CHEAP. jylO-lra J# C# BURNET. F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, POSTOFFICE. EUREKA. an WATCHES AND CLOCKS Rtf PAIRED with ncatnea, an.I dispel™ CSa All kind, of bard aolder jewcU7 WngBwork dune in workmanlike manner. Pipe-Mounting in the latest sty e. N. B.—Particular attention to all wet®!1 work, and satisfaction guaranteed. «** NOTICE iiK TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CLERK I. of the Board of County Commioior*" ha, this day received trom tho Assessor eerlilied tax li,t or assessment roll I »r» year IW.i, and that tho Board of County o® ..j mitHioner, of Eureka county. Nevada. " ., meet a, a Board of Evaluation, at the Cour^ house, in the town of Eureka, each day 2 o’clock v. x. to 4 o’clock r. x.. from »nd eluding Ihe 20th day of September, Rue, and including tho 4th duv o^f Octobe^J^ County Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of Board