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uwiy i“u™t th« * Qsnerhl Eradcr. tur tNWi 33 H. w ia the barveet of tbe wood deekre. il,, W. E. Oriflu If an Invalid with shower of rein fell yeeterday Boraioff' Oeo. W. Baker. Eeq., ia laid up witb a ftgd told* Assessor Wallaee relumed from the Bar list Tbareday. (I has been derided to slots tbe Parle Bipoeltloo Oolober SI. Tbe weather wise profnoettoala that we till .non bare a snowstorm. Tbe Richmond Company will start np mother fnrnace next Monday. We ere now enjoyln* very toe weather, Witb cool mornings nod evenings. Hank Knight and wife will leave on Woodsy next lor a trip to Canada. s M. Marr of tbe geodetlo survey, re* rnroed from tbe woet last Tuesday. jostles A. H. Longley, of Palisade, bas been visiting Eureka during tbe week. Los!-A bnnsh of keys waa left at this offloe, wblcb tbe owner sen bave by oalltng for. The Board of Equalisation bold dally seeelons. but seem to bave little business to do. The Caur d'Alene Indians bave agreed to sell about half their reservation for $500,000. There arefour persons la tbe eounly jail. This meant a call for aOrand Jury In tbe near future. Elmore Idenoi uunoiin: rule jei (riaa |< running the (Ml eipresi from town to tbo Opbir. Jacob Z«ob, tb* SSII-kocdya piano loner died in Ban Trenlisoo on'Hatardey Iron cancer in tbe face. Nob Hill if again to tbe front. Tbe latest arrival la at tbe booae of Barney Nolly. It’* • tfrt* Coonty Treeanrer Powell baa baen laid ■P several daya with a tort foot. H* will •oon b* about again. A latter atamping machine that cancel! jl.OM atampa an boor la on trial in tbe Nsw York Poelofflee. Hon. Tbo*. Robineoa. of Newark Val ley, returned her* on Tbnreday from a visit to Washington Territory. London baa a oblld barber, a girl lour years old, who shave* live man in thirty nlnolaa. Bh# la a wonderful tittle ehaver. 0. 0. Corbiere. denltel. from Oroville, Cal., baa lakaa rooms In tba Colonadt Building for tba preotioe of bia profession. Tbe greatest affliction In tbia town at present is tbe dull limes. However, there will be an improvement, we hope, before long. Severe! parties era gelling pelenie for Ibeli mining propertlea. It seems they have oonfldenoe in Ibe liability of oar lamp. Lewis A. Draff of Omaha baa been ap pointed Commlaaioner of tbe Qenerel Land Offioe, vloo Htrotber If. Htoekstagar, resigned. Tbo Italian Society intend having a pio nlc to morrow afternoon a* the Italian Baocb, when tbo Htar Band will be In at tendance. John Clcodennlng, of Monad Valley, Elko county, oema In laet Wednaedey, end la visiting bis wife's parents, Mr. and Mre. Bcboetder. C. Rlxzlnl, repreeentallve of L'llalia, of Ben Franoteon, will arrive lo Eureka Ibla evening, and will attend Ibe Italian pioolc to-morrow. A. H. Hurt bee been elected Boperinten deot of tbe Eoreka Coo. Company, lo dll the vaoency oaueed by Ibe reelgoatloo of Hank Donnelly. At the Coltfornie Stele Pair Miss Aoole Kemler of I'eradiae and Miss Carrie Mo Inlosb of Ileno represented Nevada in tbe ladiee' tournament. Nothing makoa 10 moon noiao aa a rickety wagon, wilb nothing in tl, nolMa II ba a man who Inalata on talking whan ha haa nothing to eey. The Duokwater, Nyn county ranobori arc bringing In large qaantiliee o( fine frail# end vegetable#, end are tailing them et reduced prioee. An exobaoge elnge aa followi: If yon happen In oar office when the paper's nearly ripe, don't obln the oompoellors nor monkey with the type. The annual meeting of the Nevada, Eastern Oregon A Idaho Woolgroware’ Aa.eolation, will be held at Beno, Ootober S -the time of the State Fair. A fire at Cascade, In the Sierra Nevada Moontaine, burned the bridge that enana the craek there and aleo deetroyad about three quarter* of a Bile of anow ihtd*. John Farrell. Sapeiintandent for Wn. Danphy. the Hnmboldt cattle king, vea in town eeverel dey* thie week attending to bualneaa before the Board of Eqneliutlon. In the Supreme Court, in the oaae of the Stale re. Oeo. W. Lewie, eentecoed to tbe Slate Prieon for life, on appeal, the Coon affirmed tbejndgmenl of the lower Court. . Simon Norltaky, an old reeldenlof Graea Valley, Oal., dropped dead In hie yard last Wednesday morning. He leaves a wife and two brothers, one in Virginia and oaa in Chloago. By a dispatch received from Bntta, Montana, wa learn that Hon. Oeo. W. Caaaldy is making speeches for tbe Demoo racy at that plaoe. The oampeigo la red hot over there. Thehnnlera.Meeara. Schneider, Flelober end Dapoli, who are camping ont in Elko eonniy. have lent In come yoang cage hena to their frianda here, who report that they were fine eating. Il la reported that the reilrotd tom paniaa have made a rate for tbe trana miaaion of ore to Balt Lake City. Prob ably wa will be able to pobliab tbe new ratea in oar next iaaue. In tba Hat of Caraon Mint employee wa ace the name of Mlaa Baba Boston, who claima to hail from Enreka. No one In thia section seems to know any person ol that name who baa resided here. Father Nettlnl will hold divine eervloe In Eureka next Banda; at the aenal honre. 11 o'olook a. ■., and 7:80 p. ■ The last Hander of thie month. Sept. 39, be will at tend Bah; Hill at 9 o'olook a. m. A called communication of Eureka Lodge No. 18. F. A A. Mi. will convene at Ite ball tble (Saturday) evening at 7 o'olook. All Master Masons In good •landlog are cordially invited to attend. The alarm of Ore lost Monday night was caused by a ksroeene lamp booomlng ig nited In the reeldenoe of Judge A- L. Fitzgerald. The firemen arrived in abort order and extinguished the blase before •ny great damage was done. No poreon living will again date a docu ment without using a “ 9.” It now stands on lbs extreme right—1889. Next yeer it will take seoond plaoe — 1890. where, It will remain ten years. It will then move Into third place—1900, where It will rest a centnry. Ploohe Record: A petition asking the appointment of L. W. Cromer, of Eureka, as Deputy Internal Revenue Collector, was circulated quietly lo town es'ly In the *sek. The offioo at present Is filled by A. Hklllman, bat a change is soon to oecur. Thus far we have heard of no other can didate for the office than Hr. Cromer. Sheep I’oleoueel. Captain John Smith, who arrived at Winnemucca yesterday, the Silver State says that a flock of sheep drank water from a spring on Stein mount ain and about 160 of them died. The supposition is that poison had been put in the water. A MIIWUHNU HlMAt'K. The InraiH Hr lhr < Mmni mi llnm « nrluff, F.«t Friday a week ago, at a rude* at Parry'* hunching ground, in Pin* Valley, this county, a difficulty oc curred between William and Frank Curnow, brother*, and William Court ney, foreman for Joseph Knnor. The trouble arose about the ownership of a calf, which the Curnow brothers claimed. After some angry words be tween the parties, Wm. Curnow got off his horse and challenged Courtney to fight him, which Courtney declined to do. Curnow then hit him on the ear and made it bleed. This ended the first fracas, and Courtney started lor Palisade for the purpose of having William Curnow arrested. But before arriving there lie was overtaken by Wm. Curnow who rode up to him and struck him witli a loaded whip, al most knocking him from his horse. Shooting then commenced between the parties,T>ut it is not |>ositively known which fired the first shot. Both the Curnow brothers had their pistols out. Courtney then turned and ran towards home. Wm. Curnow rode after and overtook him and then shot him from his horse. Courtney is reported to be in a critical condition. Both the Curnow brothers were ar rested and had an examination before Justico Longley at Palisade, who held them before the Urand Jury in the sum of $3,000 each. The prisoners were brxpght here on Thursday and placed in the county jaiL I.urtka ion. We find the following in the New York Engineering and Mining Jour nal of Sept. 7: This company is rapidly recovering from the effects of the recent fire in its reduction works and ore sheds. Ad vices received in New York this week report that one of the furnaces is now running steadily again, the damage occasioned by the fire having been completely repaired. In fact, it is stated that during the rebuilding of the works alterations were made on the former plans which will greatly facilitate the handling of the ores. The second furnaces, it is thought, will be leady for work early in October. The Superintendent reports that 1,100 tons of speiss averaging $20 per ton are ready for smelting and tribute ore is coming in freely. Work in the mine is equally satis factory. The Superintendent, who lias been engaged in exploitation work in virgin ground on the ROO-foot level of the I .aw ton shaft, rc|>orta that drifts have been extended on that level 40 feet east and 20 feet west, and soft ground has been encountered with in dications of good ore. The company’s financial statement shows assets in ore, coke and supplies of $3.r>,523 44 and in cash, $27,420, re ceived from insurance. From this lutler, however, about $12,000 will have to be deducted on "construction account,” i. e, the cost of repairing ore sheds, furnace connections, etc. Stockholders will also be gratified to learn that there is some probability that the Richmond Company will shortly co-operate with the Eureka in pumping out the lower levels of the Eureka mine, which will also drain the Richmond proporty. There has always been a belief that a thorough exploration of these levels will not be fruitless. MBLMOMT AMD Til BMK A DO I TM. liens or I merest rilppeil Iron the Courier ol »ept. 14. Judge Henry Hives, ex-Senator (ieo. \V. Baker, Assemblyman A. E. Cheney, Counselor J. 1- Wines, J. (J. Ford, I. J. d^lson and Jerry Ahern, all of Eureka, visited Belmont this week. J. O. Ford & Co. vs. Charles Mc Gregor. Evidence submitted. Case argued by Messrs. Cheney, Baker and Wines, attorneys for plaintiffs, and by Judge Hives, attorney for defendant. Cose submitted with leave to file briefs. M. W. Corcoran expects to have his reservoir Iq Monitor Valley, Nye county, completed shortly. It will be one of the largest In the State. Mr. Corcoran Is an energetic farmor, and an enterprising Nye county man. Let the other farmers in this State fol low Mr. Corcoran's example. Henry Met* informs us that the Magnolia mine at Morey continues to look tiptop. The lessees are shipping from 80 to 100 tons of first grade ore per month to Salt Lake City, for re daction. Superintendent Cohen and a party of capitalists were expected to arrive at Morey from the East on Wednesday last, District Judge T. H. Wells’ decision relating to the law of 1885 defining the powers of the State Board of Education, which appears in to-day’s Belmont Courier, will cause many teachers to look at the date of their certificates. According to this ruling no first grade county certificate is good fV more than one year from date of issuance. Au A«lil»l. I.ast Tuesday evening Mrs. J. H. Tingley, of the Dunderberg boarding house, was returning homo from town tn her little cart, and when above the water tunnel, in Goodwin Canyon, she met Ned Roberts who was coming to town from the mountains leading his horse, on which was strapped his blankets. Mrs. Tingley’s horse be came frightened and turning sud denly around headed wildly for town. The cart tipped over throwing Mrs. Tingley violently to the grouud. She received several severe cuts and bruises about her head and face. --- The wlri le a Boy. The Reno Uaxette several weeks ago published a birth notice to the wife of W. 0. Mills of Cortex a daughter, and the next day it was changed to a son. Billy says he is tired of answering questions about the little waif and wants it distinctly understood that the girl is a bov. That he has one girl now, and that he wanted to equable and that this one is a boy. Ah A»»erh«y Tluetf. Yesterday, in the District Court, J. L. Wines, of the lawr firm o» Baker A Wines, charged with contempt, in not obeying a subpoena as a witness for the prosecution in the Charley Ladd bulltOB stealing cose, was fined »75. The general impression of laymen is that he should have been fined the full extent of the law, »500. ■alt rehiihsheea. The Union Mill A Mining Company has commenced suit against about one hundred ranchers on the Carson river for water. The money it will cost to tight it through the courts could go quite a long ways towards solving the question—Reno Uaxette. j tot.a i m or Aiiui.rii iiueiib. Afler a II ns «r Ink WleknUa in fowl A»«j. The Hiktinil is called upon to re conl the death of one of Eureka'i 1 most worthy citizens, Adolph Brehe, which occurred last Wednesday night. Mr. Brehe was a stonecutter by trade,and had been in the employ of the Eureka Con. Comiiany for a number of years previous to the time of his late illness. When the smelting works of that company were burned last July Mr. Brehe contracted a severe cold while working at the fire, which brought on mountain fever, lie had hardly recovered from the fever when he was attacked with diarrhea, which led to a general weakening of the sys tem and was probably the immediate cause of death. Nothing was left un done which would add to the relief or comfort of the sick man, but all to no avail, and he gradually sank until death ensued. Mr. Brehe was a pioneer on the Pa cific Coast, having come to California in 1862. He had been a resident of Nevada for twenty rears or more, and had resided in White Pine and Eureka counties for the last fifteen years. He leaves a wife and two chil dren to mourn his loss, who have the sympathy of the community in their sad bereavement. He was a kind and loving husband and father, an indus trious and conscientious man and good citizen. He was a native of Germany, aged 65 years. *Iig funeral, which took place at half-past 2 o'clock last Friday afternoon, was the largest we have seen in Eureka for many a day. A Child With a Lion's Head. Pottstowm, Pa., Sept. 13.—A child having a remarkable and unnatural ap|>earance was born to Mrs. Francis Meek of this place yesterday. Three physicians attended the mother, and they confirm the statement that the babe, which was born dead, had a head which looked like that of a lion. The head was thrown back and set be tween the shoulders, there being scarcely any neck, while from the fore head back over the cranium, down to almost the middle of the body, there was a singular growth of hair. The hirsute growth and short neck and the general formation of the head gave the child the leonine aspect. The doctors consider the case very remarkable. The mother died about two hours after the babe was born. She was about 30 years old, and leaves a husband and three little children. A Hrobeu Kuiltble. Judge Belknap met with a painful though not serious mishap last Wed nesday. lie had just alighted from a buggy, when the horses attempted to run away, and in the effort to stop them fell, breaking the second finger knuckle-joit of his left hand. His Honor patiently explains the accident to all curious friends, as in these days of rough-and-tumble judicial pro ceedings he is unwilling to rest under the suspicion of pugilistic proclivities. —Enterprise. _ (Jrbr. The smelting companies of Eastern Nevada should now be able to procure coke at considerable lower rates than in former times when it was necessary to bring that article from the East. They are now producing coke of good quality in Utah, and also in Montana. Borne claim that the coke marie in Montana is even better than the East ern article. Cheap coke would bring to the front many mines now languish ing in various sections of the eastern part of Nevada.—Enterprise. Cups. Tuwuseud Hum for Tbem. The Homer Index says: “The geological surveyors who were to have accomplished so much this Bummer do not appear to have done more than to traipse around in search of the beet fishing and hunting grounds. It is about time that Uncle Sam dropped on this foolishness and choked off these junketing parties. Disband the Voppycockological Brigade and em ploy intelligent prospectors and ex perienced mountaineers." A Sail'd Mine. The Bear’s Nest mine, Alaska, sold in London last year lor the snra of $1,250,000, has proved to be absolutely worthless, not a trace, of metal being found in the rock, which is not fit even for paving stones. The purchase was made on the recommendation of British experts who sampled the “ salted " core of the drillings and pronounced the mine more valuable than the Tredwell gold quarry. If John L. U«u There. Scene in tbe Home of Representatives in the near future: The Speaker—The gentleman from Boston [Mr. Sullivan] will take hie seat; he is out of order. The next day the Spreaker appears with a bandaged eye, a couple of square feet of court plaster on his oountenance and bis arm in splints.—N. Y. Herald. * Weather mans. The wild goose, the old Indian and his pinenuts, and all the other signs usually consulted in this region by the weather prophets are being made to indicate a hard Winter on the tapis. As yet we have heard nothing from ourldaho and Montana neighbors in regard lo the beaver and the muskrat. If they are against us we are ready to take a back seat.—Enterprise. Tbe Value ul flue Miuvluie. It has long been known that pillows of pine needles cure lung troubles, and now it is found that pino shavings are just as good as pine needles. A Florida editor tells of many cures of coughs, asthmatic and bronchial troubles. Pillows of pine shavings are all the rage at present among the one lung colonies of Florida. W hM Will Uuee II. Lincoln said; “If ever the free people of this Government is utterly demoralized, it will come from this hu man wriggle and struggle for office— that is, for a way to live without work. If Father Abraham could see it now be would treat it with greater vigor. Will I» the a late. The County Commissioners of Lyon county will next week institute a suit against the State in the District Court at Carson to recover the full amount claimed to be due that county for ex penses incurred at the special election of February 11.—Carson Tribune. A NAN-EArKK AT URUK. W’. to. l.tfiia uf iumimoh, Who nitl Cunri Work In Kotin* ap to. H. Kr.UInr. t.ampen Iron* Iba Sbtrlf. A couple of week* ago we alluded to a row in Hamilton over a game of cards in which one man had his hand badly “chawed’’up and another his cranium deeply indented, but not enough to reach his brain, which seems to bo located in another quarter. The parties to this affray wero W. W. Lewis and W. K. Krskine. As we predicted at that time in making mention of the affair there was danger of the bitten man being attacked with rabies, so it seems. From District Attorney Treece, who has returned from Hamilton, where he went the fore part of tiie week to prosecute at the preliminary examination against Lewis, we get the following additional particulars: Erskine's hand is in a very bad condition and fears are entertained he may lose it and perhaps his life too. This led to a wanant being issued for lewis' arrest, and Sheriff Bassett went ever last Monday and arrested him on the charge of mayhem. He was having a preliminary examination before Justic Bush, and the evidence for the State was all in, when court adjourned to next day. It was then 10 o’clock at night and the Sheriff took i>o88e8sion of the prisoner lewis askod to see his wife in her room for a few moments, which request was granted. But when the Sheriff called him his bird had flown and no trace of him could be found. The next morning the Sheriff swore in deputies and hired Indians to track the fugitive, but at last accounts they had not suc ceeded in finding any trace of him. Wm. Krskine is an old resident of the county .being 64 years of age and has always been, a good peaceable citizen. Lewis is a powerful young man of 33, who could have speedily settled any difficulty with his opponent with lus fists without eating off his thumb. It is to be hoped he will be recaptured and justice meted out to him. The hrain-searcher in Lewis’ head was not inflicted by Krskine, but by another party.—White Pine News. A Nlwwnlar Find. The Boi8e Statesman of Sept 5 says: An evening or so ago some of the jurors who are now attending court in Boise City were in the reading-room of one of the leading hotels, when one the gentlemen related the following account of a lucky find: Mr. Benson, a dairyman who has resided in Ketchum for the last two or three years, has an old wagon which he bought eight years ago in Boise City. The wagon has been in use nearley all the time ever Bince. One day last June Mr. Benson was going over the summit with his wagon, and something broko. In examining the wagon he fonnd a piece of tin which had been tacked on had come loose, and in taking tho tin off two bars of gold dropped out. It seemed as if a hole had been cut in the wood and the bars placed in this prepared space and the tin tacked on to cover it. Mr. Benson sold the two bars of gold for $1,700. Mr. BenBon formerly resided in or near Boise City; his son-in-law m now living near here. There is a history connected with this wagon ; but who can tell it. Who is the man that thus strangely hid his liars of gold, and what becane of him? Klopetl from rsrwIlM. News comes from Willow Creek, says the Silver State, that a young couple from Paradise arrived there on horseback on their way to Idaho to get married. They crossed the big mountain which separates tho vallev from Willow Creek in the night, and after a much-needed rest left for the north, where the laws do not prohibit ministers and Judges from marrying persons without a license. The young man is named Charles Zell and the bewitching fair one is Kittie Dooley. He wooed and won the girl, but her parents would not consent to the marriage because the girl is yet in her teens. Undismayed by these ob stacles in the way of 'their happiness, they mounted two fleet horses, crossed the mountain to the Idaho stage road, and left for that Territory, where they expect to be united in the bonds of wedlock by the first preacher or Justice of the Peace they may find after crossing the boarder. The Lander ana nye rair. The Lander and Nye District Fair to be held in Austin from September 18 to 21 will no doubt prove a success. The premium list is a fine one, and the premiums offered to stock and agricultural products are liberal. It ia to be iioped that the people of Nye county will attend the Fair in large numbers, and that the stockraisers, farmers and orchardists of our county will make a fine allowing. We hear that a number of equestrain ladies from this county will compete for prizes, and it is expected that a num ber of Nye county vaquerors will per form some extraordinary equestrian (eats in Lander's metropolis during Fair week.—Belmont Courier. Dangerous Pastime. Han Francisco lepers say that “ slumming ” is getting to be a popu lar fad among young society people in that city. A party of young men and women of tlio upper ten visited the lowest dives in the city and, concealed within a private box, watch with eager interest the disgusting and licentious performances placed upon the stage. The Alta says: “ Slumming may be a pleasant pastime, but it is a dan gerous one. Some society people are liable to find this out if they continue in it. umilnic «a« vieiims* Dr. Gatling the inventor of the gun which bears bis name, is 71 years old. When ho concludes to cross tho river, says the Chicago Tribune, he will find a large concourse of people whom he provided with tickets awaiting him on the other side. _ Whit* rihe Tex hell. The tax roll of White Pine county for the current year has been turned over to the Clerk of the Board of Com missioners. Roughly estimated, it foots up about >740,000. _ MARRIED. U Burnka. Nevada. Sept. IT. Its#, by. Juatlce Jaha A. WUeou. AUlllo Vanina to Mian Martha II. Barbicrt. BORWsa _ In Eureka. Nevada. Sept. It. 1S», to the wUa of B. Unity, a daughter _ DIED._ In Eureka, Nevada. Sept. IS. 18M. Adolph Brahe. a native <S Oermeny, a*ad W yaarn. Rmit* 4k UM*. I have just received, at my harness and shoe store, nest door to the Post office, a very fino asaortment of foot wear, for ladies gents, misses and boys. My stock of misses, boys and children's school shoes is very com plete, and for quality and cheapness they can't be beaten. My line of la dies and gentlemens shoes, need only to be examined and you will find it to your Interest to buy of me. I buy for cash and get my goods at the lowest possible price. I sell for cash and nave no losses. large and quick sales for caMi, enables me to sell goods at small profits. Call to examine goods and prices. H. A. McKitn. * —.— PHtoBr, Variety Stare. Just arrived, at the Poetoffice Variety Store, a full assortment of French garden and flower seeds. The choicest of bird seed, feather dusters, tissue paper dusters, wood tooth picks, ladies work baskets, picture frames, fine stationery, cutlery, meerschaum goods, pipes, tobacco, imported and domestic cigsirs, cigarettes and all the novelties <of the season always in stock • Katie*. During my absence my son, W. H. Straus, will conduct my business in Eureka. I will return in November next, and will bring a variety of the finest and most stylish watches and jewelry that I can select in America and Europe. J. Straus. * I«w Pk*l*(r>pkir. I wish to inform the public of Eu reka that 1 have opened a first-class photograph gallery in the rooms for merly occupied by L. Monaco. Call early and secure good picturee, as I shall remain a short time only. * F. L. Smith, Photographer. <———Am—— NEW TO-DAY. Delinquent Sale Notice. PALISADE SILVER MINING COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California; location of works, Salford District, Kursk a county. Nevada. Notice-There Is delinquent upon the follow inf described stock, on account of assessment (No. 1) levied on the 6th day of August, 1689, the several amounts set opposite the names of ths respective shareholders, as follows. No. No. Names. Oort. Shares. Am't Bradford AC . 168 3660 $856 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 88 1000 800 00 Back Daniel, trastee. 86 200 20 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 40 400 40 00 Buok Daniel, troatee. 41 400 40 00 Buck Daniel, trastee. 48 600 60 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 43 100 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 44 100 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 64 60 6 00 Buck Daniel, trastee.. 76 900 20 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 79 600 60 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 80 200 20 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 81 100 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 88 100 18 00 Buok Daniel, trustee. 128 60 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee.. 189 500 60 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 142 100 • 10 00 Bock Daniel, trustee. 148 100 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 181 2000 900 00 Buck Danlol. trustee. 102 0360 986 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 178 100 10 00 Bisenvlne L. trustee. — .... 24 6U) 60 00 Bisenvlne L, trustee. 29 100 10 00 Bisenvlne L, trustee. 80 100 10 00 Bisenvlne L, trustee. 32 200 20 00 Blaenvine I, trustee. 60 400 40 00 Slsenviuc L, trustee. 63 250 25 00 Blaenvine L, trustee. 89 600 60 00 Bisenvlne L, trustee. 99 100 10 01) Bisenvlne L, trustee. 110 100 10 00 Siecnvlae L. trustee. Ill 100 10 00 Stecnvlne L, trustee. lit 600 60 00 Bisenvlne L, trustee. 122 500 60 00 And in accordance with law. and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 6th day of August, 1889, so many shares of esch parcel of such stock as may bs necessary will be sold at public auction, at the offioe of the company. No. 300 Montgomery street (No. 67 Nevada Block), San Franciaco, California, on WEDND8* DAY, the second day of October. 1889, at the hour of 1 o’clock r. M., of said day, to pay said delinqaent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of ths sale. DANIEL BUCK, Secratary. Office-Room 67 Nevada Block, 809 Montgom ery street, San Francisco, California. «21-td MISCELLANEOUS._ The Ha Gouty Bait (Boocaaaoi to Pnton k Oo.) Capital Stock, i 8100,000 WILL BUY AND BELL EXCHANGE ON Bad Franotaeo, Now York. London nod the prlaelpal Euttin end European OltUA. DlreeIo rit M. D. FOLEY. DANIEL MEYEN, B. K. MOHBIBON, B. GILMAN. JOHN TORRE. DANIEL MEYE .President B. GILMAN.VicoPre*ldent MORITZ 8CHKELINE.Onahler Hlalnt anil Other tttoeha Bonjhl and Mold Coninlwlon. Enreka. April 10. 1889.»» t> EUREKA _MARKET. One door south of the Opera Home, South Main etieot. THOS. E. UALKY - • - Proprietor. ^y HOLES ALE AND RETAIL *j Butcher. _ — The Highest Ossh Price paid for UIDEd. Meats drlircred within four miles of town (roe of charge. Eureka, June 7, 1$H). _ Je8_ THE NEVADA HOTEL JOHN CRECOVICH, : : PROPRIETOR. Main St., Bureka, Nevada, Two door. North of Clsrk strest. Room, Furnished with FlrsLelsss Bprlnx Bods. The host In town. Charges_Moderate. The Rellroed tosoh will Uke Fsssengers to ^urTs^XVaa. 11*-“ A- CARD. MU8. ROBERT CROB9AN TAKES THIS method of informing the publle o# Eu reks, Ruhr Hill aud vicinity, that shy baa tinned a first class millinery storu. . ne door south of B- Barg's, on Main street, where she will keep constantly on hand a full line of the beat millinery goods, of the latest stylo*. to be found In Esstern Nersde. Eureks. Sept. t», 1*18. sU-lm MINING TAX. NOTIOl IB HBBBBY QITBB THAT THS Uses on ths proceeds of the mlnoe of Bureks county for the quarter endlus June JO, 1889, ere now due snd osysble torae stmj office In Bureks: snd thslsw In regnrd to^h* «*» b# ,brt°U» WALLA,*. Aseessorof Bureks count) . Nereds. •__ _NEW TO-UAY. TO THE PUBLIC - MOW #'!!■ --- Having concluded to discontinue business in Eureka, we have opened a branch store in Reno with a full and ele gant stock of DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Carpets, Wall Paper Oil cloth, Etc., Etc., Under the name of THE PALACE Dry Spoils and Carpet Ism Therefore, we ask our customers and the public in general to transfer their trade to our branch store in Beno. As our Mr. Win. Levy, who has been identified with Eureka for so many years, is at the helm of our branch store in Reno, and still knows the wants and tastes of our many customers in Eureka, Ruby Hill and the surrounding country, they may depend on getting not only just the article they might want, but also at prices which will amply compen sate them for their little trouble of or dering. T«J Respectfully, MORRIS & LEVY, fM^Addreu letters to either Morris A Levy or the Palace Pry Coods House, Reno, Hevada.anio 1889 THE 1889 STATE FAIR OF 1889 WILL B* HSLD AT RENO, ComeicM September 30, and Mil October it 1889 LI BER AL~"TREMIU MS For Live Stock Department and Exhibits in Pavilion. ■ ■ —o-— Trials of Speed to be Conducted Under the Auspices of the Directors of the State Agricultural Society. THE STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY WAS Es tablished in accordance with an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled “An Act to provide for the manage ment and control of the State Agricultural Sooiety of the State, *' approved Maroh 7, 1885. Members of the State Board of Agriculture. 0. C. P0WN1N0, of Woohoo County, ALVARO IVANS, of Wooho County. THEO. WINTERS, of Woohoo County. W. B. BAILEY, of Churchill County. H. P. DANQBERG, of Dougltn County, JOS. UARZEN, of Humboldt County. H. M. YERINQTON. at Onaaby County. L. 1. FLINT, of Woohoa County. P. H. MULOAHY.of Wukoo County. T. B. HICKEY, of DoofU*. W. O. B. MARTIN, of Wukoo County. E. D. BOYLE, of atony County. OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. Theodore Winters.President 0. H. Stoddard.Secretary 0. T. Bender.Treasurer For Speed Programme, Premium List and other informa tion, address C. H. Stoddard, Secretary, Reno, Nevada. THEODORE WINTERS, President. 0. H. STODDARD, Secretary. A PERFECT COUGH REMEDY. (9 b^S Asf>M\Cp £on£h]t \h^ ^iSuiWte^ ARirriNfiii[fficooiwmt.cAiJ : For Sale by aAO JOHN 8. CAPRON. Main Street. Bureka. lfe**iB,