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fjiTwi»A¥. MKFTKMBKK88. 1*75. ’ STOCK REPORT. San Francisco. Sept. 24. stoek E*cll»u*e HORNING I'.OARU. 300 AiPR/on-fi0050®*3 i!» $&P'%r$£X%1S* mb 70 California-"* •” * 3U UholUr-w* 100 Occidental-8 150 Crow".1Point •*-”4 10 Con. Virit niR-J™ 100 Cormopolilsn ,40o 2D Umpire Mill-® 15 Would A Curry—18* 17 2V) Imperial—98 170 Jiirlice--2r ■» 90 Knickerbocker In »*•»»*» l*\ Ophir—48‘< 48* 48'* b3 300 Pacific—1‘4 550 I’ro.pect >4 JJ 100 Hock Hand—a* IS Sierra NevadR—13X 13X 13X 1 to Silver Hill—7 fi d! WcIM. FRrgo--i»e 20^° 19° 18c 2-j0 Wood villa—IX I* 20 yellow Jacket—.i8s3 2-*) Inpviathan -14 bJ 70 Gila-2> 3 j» G. Chariot-40c 260 American Mat-2* J;» Hull ion —85 36 b3U 26 Over man—42 60 Morning Star—3*4 30 Dayton—3 2¥ 20 Mahogany-1>* 10 Belcher—18'a CTK.fI.fO BOABD. 60 Alpha—17 405 Andes—3l4 30 Haltimore Con.—3 15 Halo A Norcross—38 55 belcher—18'4 105 Cro rn Point-22'4 75 Occidental— 3% 50 Imperial—H’a 35 California—554» 60 Go<ld X Curry—16 « 5 Overman—43 1*. Caledonia—13)4 85 best X belcher —38 % 150 Globe—87c .5 Con. Virginia-270 226 Julia Con. -7hi IW Justice—27*» Id S. Nevada—18*4 2*5 Lady Bryan—U5e 56 Lady H’a*h.— 2 * 445 Leviathan—1 '• 300 Mint-25c 135 Onhir—48‘4 12'5 Mexican—18*4 356 N. V. Con.- V4 15 North Carson— 30o 25 Skvsxo— 76 70 Union Con.— 8'4 1«»0 K. island— 2* 820 Prospect-8H 50 Succor—Ujc i:w Gila-3 60 Marks X D.—0 2 «0 Woodvllle—15» 2275 M anifteld —14)«r .500 G. Chariot—**7 ‘tc 100 Mahogany- 1 •J » 8. Chariot—20c 11 ('tab—#‘4 100 Panther—1'4 20 Silver Hill-7’4 St. Patrick—2*4 106 Bussey—1 ‘a LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Boa no ok Equalization. — The Board of Equalization yesterday raised tii* valuation of that portion of tlie Central Pacific Kail road in this county from $l>,000 to $10,000 per mile. Tlie town site of Palisade, given in liy tlie Contract and Finance Committee ol tlie Central Pacific Company, was also raised from $1,500 to $.>.1100. It is proper to state here, in justice to Asses sor Powell, that tlie original figures were in accordance with tlie sworn ttatemeiit of tlie company's agent, which lie had no power under tlie law to alter except through a recommenda tion to tlie Board of Equalization. Tlie valuation is cer'ainly low enough, but whether tlie K ilro.id Company will pay its taxes thereon without an ex pensive lawsuit remains to be scon. Too Sbvkhk.— Sheriff Fife, of Lin coln county, who joined tlie Commis sioners of that county in the dispatch to Governor Bradley denunciatory of Cleavland and Murphy, informed a gentleman while hero yesterday that alter seeing the telegram in print, and having learned toiler particulars of the origin of the Indian excitement, he became convinced that those gen tlemen had been too severely censured, ami had accordingly written Mr. Cleavland a letter of explanation and apology. Tlds was manly In Mr. Fife; and tlie Commissioners of Lincoln, and the Pioche Heeord, would also ap pear in a halter light liefore the public if they would follow his example. Silver Bullets—The evening that the Eureka companies received their orders to march to the front, at the commencement of the lute Indian un pleasantness, tlie National Guard had no fixed ammunition and a number of men were detailed (o run bullets. They ook their molds to one of tlie furnaces the Kuraka Consolidated Company and run their death dealing missiles i 11,6 ,1!ollen metal in the tanks, h clt contained a large percentage of w ti Iflboy* 'md Imd a brush tb,® r<; ,',klns there might have 2* handsome speculation for some mil I mg company in working over the carcases of the defunct Goshutes. A&skssmknt RollT—~Cnpt. Rock, Deputy County Assessor, Is busily en gaged extending and footing up the assessment roll for the present year, and expects to complete his work in a coup e of day., when we will be en LtmL10.°Ur r“Hd®r- "rune Inter •sting statistics concerning the assess •bie property of the county. Capt Rock is of the opinion that the entire amount will aggregale in the neighbor hood of $2,300,000. In Town.—Major Joe Evans, former ly of tho Third Brigade N. S. M., but present agent for the well known liquor liouso of Pond, Reynolds A Co., •> San Ernncisco, arrived in town last S[*nlng from Hamilton and Pioclie. Jbe Major is looking well for a citizen, •nil still maintains that dignified deport jnent for which he was distinguished ,ilo in tlie army. He leaves for his ‘Ormer headquarters in Austin by this morning’s stage. Arriveij.—Jonas Cohn, of the firm of Cohn Ilroa., tlie well known cloth ^u?1®!!!’' R,',,v*,(l i«i town yesterday ifitar1 ocb®‘ *• 0,1 route for tide THE KOAD TO KEI.JIOXT. We have frequently of late called the attention of our peopletothe urgent ne cessity for a good wagon road to the southward. The railroad will he here inside of a month from date, and steps should be taken at once to make Eu reka the great distributing depot for all the points south. We are assured that a good lively daily stage line would l>e put on immediately between here and Belmont if the road was only passable. This is a matter of very great importance to the business inter ests of Eureka, and should receive the early attention ot our people. It ap pears that the people of Belmont are very anxious to come to us, and they express a willingness to do all in then power to open up tlie proposed new route. The following letter from a prominent citizen of Belmont to Mr. Cooper, agent of Wells, Fargo <fc Co., at this place, is directly to the point, as showing the feeling of otir Nye county neighbors on the subject: Belmont, Nkv., Sept. 18, 1875. Friknd Coopkr: Mince writing you yesterday in reference to a route'be tween Belmont and Eureka, I have consulted with several parties here who are familiar with the country be tween the points in question, and the following is given by our Sheriff, Caldwell, and others, as the nearest practicable route, viz-: From Eureka to the Hay Kanch. thence down An telope vallov and through the canyon to Empire itanch, thence up Monitor valley to Belmont. Distances—Eureka to Empire Itanch, 45 miles; Empire Kanch to llelinout, 45 miles; total dis tance to Hclmont, 90 miles. t\Jr. Cald well says he will guarantee that the distance given here is not a mile fur ther than represented. He states that it may cost from 92,500 to $3,000 to complete a mad through to the canyon and make it practicable for all pur poses, freighting, staging, etc. This your people can well afford to do in order to secure the trade and travel from this section of the country. If it can not be done otherwise, say by con tributions from your citizens, or open ed and maintained as a County Koad, let some one do the work and charge a [ toll by authority of your County Com missioners. Please give these points to the editor of die Eureka Mentiskl, that he may write tlie subject up in shape, and place it before the people of Eureka for their consideration. Yours, truly, * * THE WAH tXAIMH. Lieutenant (ioveritor Ailains lias nearly completed his businoss as Com missioner on War Claims in this sec tion and will be ready to leave for Hamilton on to-morrow’s stage. All persons having claims against t tie State will be careful to present them to Gov ernor Adams, at Mr. Laspeyre’s law olllce, before 3 o'clock to-day, as the vouchers given by him will undoubt edly lie allowed by the next Legisla ture without any question, while claims presented hereafter, which have not been submitted to him, will have to be prosen at Carson, which will entail upon tlu holders considerable trouble ami ex|>euso. Sufficient notice lias been given, and those who neglect to present their accounts can blame themselves for any difficulty which they may experience in consequence. Governor Adam* lias attended t« his duties failhiully, and while lie lias carefully scrutinized every account in the interest of the Slate, to guard against any unjustclaims being wrung in, he ha* evinced a disposition todeal liberally with those whose claims are well founded. Governor Hradley acted wisely in commissioning Mr. Adams to attend to tills business while Hie tiling was fresh and the evidence easily procured, and tiie .’Slate w ill un doubtedly save a considerable sum from Ins wisdom and forethought. Tile expense of the command from here will not amount to as large a stun as was expected, or as, perhaps, It would have been but for the prompt actiou upon the part of tho Governor. Eureka Con.—An official letter, written under date ot the ISth instant, says: “Eighth level Lawton—Have started cross-cut running east from main drift and made 25 feet, with the ground looking favorable. The raise from the Hth to the 7th level is con nected, giving us good air and better ore. Seventh level—Ore body contin ues to hold out well. Sixth level — There is no change in the winze. We are "till sinking uud hope to strike ore soon. Windsail and Champion show a slight improvement from last week. The ore bodies hold out well. Bell shall—Tunnel in 200 feet, in hard lime. -— -- IHci.n to Bail.—Stun Hollis, who did the shooting in the Palace Saloon a week ago last night, when Chris. Molltista and I»an. Morgan were shot, was yesterday taken before Justice Beatty, who held the defendant to ap pear lor examination on the 11th prox., in tho sum of $3,000. The requisite bond was tiled with John Bradley and Hank Knight as sureties, and Hollis was released from custody. Thk.iii Condition.— Chris. Molltista continues to improve daily, and un less some unforseonchange lakes place, will doubtless recover. Uncle Dan. Morgan's hand is healing, but he h suffering trom rheumatic pain in the shoulder, caused probably by the wound he received. Aockrted.—'This item is from the Reno Journal: “We notice that Rev K. C. Arnold, late pastor of the M. K Church, of Reno, has accepted woil In the California Conference, now it session in San Francisco. He was roc oinmeuded and will take an appoint meut this year.” Graders.—The graders on tho Eu reka and Palisade Railroad aro now within fourteen miles of town. The is the advance guard, as it were, bu the whole lino is coming on rapibh across the valley. Wood.--Cord wood is selling in Eu reka at $10 a oord, an advance of abou twenty per cent, upon the price at till time last year. Ik you wart to bavo your wotchosand jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, a to l\ SlelerM Jewelry store. jy7-tr PERSON AI.. Andy Fife, Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty, and his wife, Jos. Henderson, Dep uty Recorder, and Judge Miller, all from Pioche, passed through here yes terday tor the railroad, eti route for ('arson. They traveled by private conveyance and had three prisoners along for Col. Hyman’s institution at the Warm Springs. Daniel Mever, the great bullion pur chaser ot San Francisco, arrived on yesterday morning’s stage. Methodist Preaching.—Rev. J. O. De La Matyr arrived here with his family last Tuesday morning. Mr. De La Matyr is a clergyman of the M. E. Church and has been appointed to the pastorate of this district by the State Conference. It is intended to effect a permanent organization of the church here, and a place will be engaged for regular Sunday services until such time as the society is able to build a church upon the lot owned by them on Spring street, adjoining the resi dence of Mr. Whisler. Mr. De La Matyr will preach at the Presbyterian Church to-morrow foienoon. Failed to Agree.—Dan. Adams was arrested 3’esterday for drawing a pistol on J. W. Raison, In the Virginia saloon. He was tried by a jury injus tice Beatty’s Court, upon & charge of drawing and exhibiting a deadly weapon. The jury, alter being out a couple of hours without arriving at a verdict, was discharged by the Court. They stood six and six. Discharged.—Tlie complaint against Bob Mellon, for complicity in the af fair which resulted in the knocking out nf a colored man’s eye the other day, has been ignored. Morris will re ceive bis examination next Tuesday. For Salr Chkap.—The boarding-house and restaurant adjoining the hoisting-work* of the Kureka Consolidated mine, on Kuhy lli I. It in the moat desirable property for that busi ness in this part of the country. It is doing a good paying business. My reason for sell ing is that 1 am culled Fast by sickness of my laiuily. Will be sold at a bargain. Must be disposed of by October 1. For particulars upplv on the premises. ap2 LONGABAUGH BROS. Welcome News.—In order to satisfy the watch men of Eureka and vicinity, l have engaged one of the very best watchmakers of the great city of Hamburg, in Germany, who is not only competent to repair all kind* of watch work, but who is also (qualified to sup ply new pieces in watches if wanted. All work done by my shop will give the best sat* isfaetion, and 1 will guarantee the same for one year. 1*. bTELEll. s23»lw _ _____ MOC'll’fft. tub 4 New.—M. II. Joseph has just commenced business in the little store two doors north of Wells, Furgo&Co’s Express Office, with n nice stock of men’s furnishing goods, cigars, tobacco, pipes and smokers’ articles, w hich he offers to hi* friends and the public at fair prices. Give him a call. s2i Removal.—Having purchased Dr. Luken’s CLy Drug Store, 1 would repectfully an nounce that 1 have on hand a large stock of icii nt medicines, chemicals, stationery, lamps, chimneys, etc.; all of which 1 will sell at reasonable price*. Proscriptions carefully compounded. I here in offlee in the reer <*f tho store, where I will treat all cases requir ing medical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to chronic case*. Consulta tion, free; charges only for medicines. (Jive tuea call. L. TEKKY, M. I). ^_ NOtll'N. mh4 Special Notice.—Persons knowing them selves indebted to »he undersigned will save trouble bv coming to tho “center” immedi ately, a* I must have my money. “ A word to the wise is sufficient.” W. B. TAYLOR. Eureka, Sept. 23, 1875. s23-tt -♦ . Spanish Olives, Prunes, in glass jars, Dev iled Meats; Lacteous Farina, a complete food for infant*; Louisiana Pepper Sauce, and fresh p eparod Horse-radish, at Taylor’s. spl7sf R. Y. Anderson, agent for the Singer Sew ing Machine. Sewing machine attachments for all kind* of machines constantly on hand. Residence, corner Spring and Silver streets* Eureka, Aug. 2*>tb. 187a au27 NOMI'S. mh4 S. Ashim A Pro. to-day received on com mission 50 dozen band-made hickory ax handles, which they w ill retail at 50 cents each: and wholusalc at $5 per dozen. spl7tf White Duck Parts, only six bits, at Ashim Brothers. spl7tf Ki'ssun Mustard, which combines whut no other Mustard does—the tasto and aroma of horse-radish with that of musturd, for sule at Taylor’s. splitf To Lit.—A furnished room in a dosirable locality. Apply on the promises, orposite .ludxo Daily's residence, tu M. McCartney. joZi-tif _ _ Mechanics’ and Minors’'Tools, of ovcry do* soription, cheaner than tho lowest, at the Pioncor Cheap Store of Ashim Bros. splTtf NtHIIN. mh4 — — ^— Ecoromt is wealth, und to make a dollar, peruse the new advertisement of Ashim Bros. spl7tf Notice.—Uncle Manheim, corner Main and Clark streets, will dispose of 350 American Lever Clocks at ¥4 00 apiece; former price, ¥7 to S8. jyoo u- Manheim. Bi.oatkr Paste and Anchovies, in Salt, at Taylor’s. _ _ sp!7tf MOCII'N. m hi A full line of Cross and blackwoll Pickles, at Taylor’s. _ spl7tf Brandt Poaches, Cherries and Prunes, at Tay Ill’s, spi7tf AVhorti.rberriks, Yankoo Pumpkin, and fresh Mackerel, in cans, at Taylor’s. spI7tf ^———a COME TO TIME! PARTIES INDEBTED TO FRANK Money, California Market, must Settle up in Full at Once, —AS— I am Determined to Have the Same Collected. Hills not paid before the M of October will be placed in tho hundn of a constable for col lection. No favors will be^howm Eureka, 8«|>t. 51, 1873. eiMw MISCELL AS EO US. NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM! R. SADLER & CO.. Eureka, Nevada. Branch Store, Hamilton, Nevada. rpHE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OFGEX X eral Merchandise in the State can be found at R. SADLER & CO’S, In the Building formerly occupied by OBERFELDER & HARRISON AND WILL BE SOLD AT The Xiowest Possible Prices. Mining Companies, Miners, Far wners, Country Merchants, Restaurant A Boarding House-Keepers, Fami lies, and Others Buying Goods, will find it to their advantage to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. OUR STOCK or CLOTHING, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Cannot be surpassed. Customers can roly on lair and libore 1 dealing. Goods delivered in Eureka and its vicinity free of charge. AGENTS for the London Fire Insurance Cdrporation, For the California Powder Works, Hercu les, Blasting, Sportinp Powder and Fuse. ALSO, FOB BABB’S WIRE FEHtB. Je8-tf HORSE MARKET, -AT THE— Mammoth Corral. rpnERE WILL BE A BAND OF 1 work and snddle horses in the corral EVERY DAY. Parties wishing to buy will do well to call and see them, as they WILL BE SOLD DIRT CHEAP. jylO-lm J. C. BURNET. CHAS. FERRARIS & BRO., PRACTICAL BOOT3IAKERS. REMOVED! REMOVED! TWO DOORS above Odd Follows* Hall. A large stock of FRENCH LEATHERS always on hind. French style CORK-SOLED BOOTS, for Winter, a specialty. A TRUE FIT guaranteed. REPAIRING neatly done. auSltf CHAS. FERRIS A BRO. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! ft AN DIES, FRUITS, NUTS ANDCONFEC j TlONrEliY manufactured by myself, at the now Confectionery Sture, on Main Street, two doors south oi Ashim Eros. No Old Imported Confectionery! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEPT 9PFOSITION! <y21.tf M. YOUNG. NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CLERK ' of the Foard of County Com mission or* has this day received from the Assessor the certified tax list or assessment roll for tho year ]K7">, and that tho Heard of County Com missioners of Eureka county. Nevada, will meet as a Board of Equalisation, at the Court house, in the town of Eureka, each day from 2 o’clock p. m. to 4 o’clock p. m., from and in cluding the 20th day of September, 1x75, to and including tho 4th day of October. 187.>. K II. HAHMON. County Clerk and ox-ofliiio Clerk of Board of Equali/.ution. Eureka, Nov., Sept. 13. 1S75. *pl4td WM. SCHEKR. CONRAD BOTE. U. S. BAKERY -AND COFFEE SALOON. Main Street. Eureka, a few Doors North of Clark .Street, In Guldstone’s Building. \1J K TAKE THIS METHODOF INFORM \ V ing our friends and the general public that we have opened the above establish ment, where wo will keep conslantiy on hand everything usually found in a FIKSf-CLASS BAKERY and COFFEE SALOON. i he establishment will bo kept open DAY and NIGHT, for the accommodation of patrons. Give i.s a call. splrttf SCHERR A IIOTZ. Lost or Stolen. Lost, on Saturday night, five notes, four of which wore in favor ol James S. Reek, and drawn respectively ngainst A. E. K. and D. M. Mathews, for $11.12, a part of which having beon paid and in dorsed on the back, Ur. J. Reece for $100, and two ethers for #2M)each, drawn against H. C. Marshall; the fifth noto is for 150, and is drawn ngainst Dorrigan A Fagan, in favor of liobort Knfters, indorsed by himsi if. All Parties are cautioned a g a i nj t^ ne gR inUtor Au2l1bi* MEYERS A FRANKLIN. —r,—r ■~.tmi ~ ~~t-v ,r *ar^ THE Eureka Ladies Will Please Observe THAT OUR STOCK OF FALL HATS HAS ARRIVED! COME ONE AND ALL! And make your Selections. MEYERS & FUAXKLIX. ■•ptStf We Would Announce -THAT THE FINEST SELECTION -OF KID GLOVES -IN • . THIS STATE -IS 10 BE FOUND AT Our Establishment. EVERY PAIR WARRANTED MOORE A McDOGGALL Mtdltf S. A SHIM A BRO'S COLUMN. ’49. ’75. THIS IS NEWS! HOW BBOmzmrO! THE IMMENSE ANNUAL CLEARING SALE —OF TUK— Pioneer Cheap Store of Nevada Time, 20 Daya! Only20 Daya! • Coin Talk*! Jawbone Played Oat ! BUT CHEAPEST, WHEJT BEST ! BARGAINS UNHEARD OF I PRICES UNPARALLELED. Importations Arriving Dally I ROOM MUST BE MADE t OUR ENORMOUS, ELEGANT AND FoshiiDaoleStock of READY-MADE CLOTHING! COMPRISING IN PART Beaver Saits, Black, Blue & Brown, for $25—Worth $45. English Corduroy Suits for $18—Worth $30. Chinchilla Suits $25—Worth $45. French Cassimere Suits of Every Variety and Color,from $10. Doeskin Pants, $9—Formerly $15. Beaver Pants, $7-Formerly $12 French Cassimere Pants, $5— Formerly $9. American Cassimere Pants for $3—Formerly $5. And a full assortment of other grados in pro* portion. Vests! Vests! Velvet, Clo'h, Beaver. Caanmere. Chinchilla, or any Other Kind At figures astonishing to tho most incredu lous. Wo tnko pleasure in announcing our de partment of SOOTS Airs SHOES Includes the Standard Makes of the West and East, and will be offered at manufactur ers’ prices. -OUR LINE OF HATS AND OAFS Is the largest in Eastern Nevada. The moat fastidious ea-ily suited, not only in PRICE but in ts'l'VLE. Gents’ Underwear! In endless yarioty. GLOVESr From fancy rilk to solid buck, thirty per cent, less than heretofore. 5,000 Yards of House Lining ! At SEVEN AND A HALF cents per yard f DUCKING und DRILLING likewise very cheap. For Groceries & Provisions ! J act call, look and got figures. MXNXlffO OUTFIT* ! llardward, Cuttlery, Tinware, Crockery, l»ell-wure, Stationery, Glass-ware, Notiops, Woudeu-ware, Tobaccos Cigars, Willow-ware, Liquors Wmei, l latcd-waro, Trunks, Valises, lilankets, Quilts, And everything eatable and wearable found in a full and complete stock of General Mer chandise kept at a first-class store. ATTENTION STEANGEES. Our Goods are fresh and new; “ old" Goods wo never keep; Auction Goods we do not buy. All articles guaranteed as recommended. Goods delivered free, gratis, and for naught. Store open Irorntf a. m. to 10 v. u. Attentive and polite clerks; and. further, we do not desire t» convey the idea that we sell for tun orglory.or put up uurselves as the modul phnantropislsot the ago; vet, we hon estly believe, ergo do inert emphatically as sert that our prices are lower than any other house in this section, our mottu being: Urealest Quantity of Bent Qual ity for the i.enat Honey, _ • TO 1’IONE rns : The standing of our firm for fair, square and uptight dealing is too woU known to noed embellishment TOCOUNTHY I'EALhiltiS: Special atten tion paid to OKDEKS. “Truth is mighty and must prevail. Our stock of goods is all for Balo. Uno thing more wo’ll only mention. To si ll luw-prieed is our intention; So, if cheap bargains you design,. Lock out on Mam struct for our sign.” 8. ASHIM & .BROTHER, Stone Bu:'-lng. au'/7