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EUREKA WEEKLY SENTINEL.
_■ ■ ^ ■ ■ I I I. I . 0 VOLUME X. EUKEKA, NEVADA, SATUKDAY, MAY 3. 1890. NUMBER 35. SftteUD Sentinel. IS rUBUSHBD 1YBBT BATUBDAY BY CASSIDT A IKILLHAR' . iiilliuk. w. eum* TERMS FOB WEEKLY SENTIRKL: On* copy, on* T*»* • • ..*f ®9 On* eopy. all month* . I JO On* copy, three month*. I JV Bp C*nl*r. per month. AOERTR EUOENE FITEPATB10K.Bnhy Hill MRS J. F orPID...-W*rd L V WERTHEIMER.Ploeh* WILLIE T1M8QX.H»mllton A RAILROAD DOW. the Clever Trlefce of Napoleon, Who Itiin* With Knsloe No. HO. Na|>oleon is a dog residing at Hal ida, Colorado, belonging to an en gineer of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad. He has been engaged with his master for the past two and a half years in running locomotive 8t>. His apprenticeship commenced at the early age of six months. His first trip was not a success on account of fright. This was speedily over come. He can now go into the round house, where twentv-eight engines are domiciled, Bingle out and mount his own machine, and, in the absence of his master and the fireman, defend it against all intruders. He rides on the fireman’s side of tiie cab, with both front paws and head hanging out of the window, intently watching the track. lie frequently scenUi cattle a mile or more distant. When they appear in sight lie iiecomes greatly excited, looking first at the rattle and then at his master, as though trying to make him comprehend tiie gravity of the situation. On nearer approach he sets up a cry similar to that of a human being, tf necessary to come to a full stop he bounds out of the cab, runs ahead and loses no time in convincing the trespassers of tiie importance of finding some other stamping ground. When necessary to communicate with help at tiie pumping stations, fre quently at long distances from tiie track, a note is written and given to the dog, who delivers it and speedily returns with a reply. Signals to start from his own en gine are readily interpreted by him, but he pays no more attention to the whistles ami bells of other engines than to cattle tiiat may be safely graz ing on tiie sides of tiie road. His olfactory powers are so keen that fie lias frequently given his master timely warning against stock, that, if struck, might have resulted disastrously. He is well known to all railroad employes between Ogden and Halida, If acci dentally left at any of tiie stations he returns to Halida on tiie first train.— Ht. Louis Globe-Democrat. A a FjfHipfut'r, Ao io Apeak. “ I came down here,” said a man to Officer Button, at the end of Third street depot, the other day, “ to see if I could get a pass to Buffalo.” "On what grounds?” asked the officer. " On the grounds that my sister is dead." “ You could no more get a pass on that account than crowbars can fly.” " 1 couldn’t?" “ Why, no. What is your sister to the railroad ?” “ That’s so. The thought had not occurred to me before. It is nothing to this railroad whether she lives or dies.” “Nothing.” ” I might have six dving sisters and the company couldn’t help it." "Of course not.” “ 1 see it clearly now. It is nothing to the company whether I get to Buf falo or not.” “ No, sir.” “ Whether I live or die?” “ No, sir.” “ I see. I see. I thank you kindly for opeuing my eyes to these facts, and allow me to bid you good day.”—De troit Free Press. a n Little Boy (wrestling with a lesson on electricity)—Papa, what’s a volt? Papa (stumped)—Um—look in the dictionary. r Little Boy hunting up and reading— Volt—The unit of electromotive force, one ampere of current through one ohm of resistance. What’s an am pere papa ? Papa (with emotion)—Look in the dictionary. Boy (after a moment) — Ampere —'The unit of strenth of the current per second. Its value is the quantity of fluid which flows per second through one ohm of resistance when impelled by one volt. Papa, what does ohm mean ? I’apa (wildly)—Look in the diction ary. Little Boy (after a search)—Ohm— The unit of resistance represented by the resistance through which one am IKire of current will flow at a pressure of one volt. Papa, what— I’apa (dosiierately)—Look in the dic tionary. When you want to know anything always look in the dictionary and then you’ll remember it.—New York Weekly. Nnremsrul I'wrlnue Teller. A fortune teller can hit a woman’s case nine times out of ten: “ Yo’ve had sickness and trouble. You’ll have some property fall to you. You do not have full confidence in your hus band. Beware! he is deceiving you. You have a very gentle nature. Every body loves you. You have had trouble with a relative. It was not your fault. Beware of a blue-eyed woman with a mole on her left cheek. Hhe will make you trouble. Uood-bye—one dollar—call again.” A Megiilar fteiuocrnt. A Democrat recently died in West Franklin, Pa. His will provided that the bequest to his grandsons should be forfeited unless they supported the Democratic ticket, and the bequests to his grand-daughters unless they married Democrats or remain Bingle. In case of a failure to divide the es tate on this basis it was willed to the Democratic National Committee. roM rt'Ki food. The Nan Fraarlaro Board of Heallli Notify t'oaonuirra Which In the Boot Halting Fowder. Sen Francisco Chronicle. The Board of Health can engage in do more laodable occupation than the ex amination of our food supply and the instruction of the publio as to those ar ticlee it finda to be pore and wholesome, and which, therefore, cooeumere should use. There are quantities of halting pow der* in the market to uie which it cer tain detriment to the health of the con sumer. They are made from alum, or improperly compounded from other chemicala, ao that they leave a strong alkaline residuum in the food. Many of tbeae powders, having been piobib ited from sale iu the East, have been collected by their manufacturers from the dealers with whom they were left on commieaion, and shipped to the Pa cific Coast. The public knows nothing abont their quality except whet it reads in the newspaper advertisements. In the effort to gain a foothold in this mar ket unscrupulous manufacturers of these cheaply made, low grade baking pow der* have indulged in extravagant state ments both with reference to their own and other brands, claiming the moat im probable indorsementa for their goods and denouncing the brands best kuowu and longest nsed upon the Paoific Coast. The action of the physicians of the Board of Health, therefore, in giving the publio reliable, authoritative information aa to the brand of baking powder to be need to secure the moet economical and wholesome food is moat valuable and timely. The chief brands of baking powders sold upon the Pacific (-oast were col lected and analyzed by Messrs. Thomas Price A .Son, the well known analytical chemist* of San Francisco. They found the strength or leavening gas (measured at 100 drgreea F.) of the brands named as follows: Leavening Gas. Neva. Cable Inches per ot. Royal, .... 191, Giant, .... 140. Golden Gate, ... 123. Dr. Price’s, • • . 116. Pioneer, .... 105, The general nsefulnesa of a baking powder depends upon the quantity of leaveoing gsa it gives off. As these pow ders are retailed at about the lame price, the moet economical is also apparent. The opinion of the Board of Health is as follows: We. the members of the Board of Health of the city and county of San Francisco, cordially approve and recoin mend the Royal Baking Powder. It ia absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients, of the highest strength and character. In onr judgment, it ia impossible to make a purer or stronger baking powder than the Royal. Jon. R. Davidson, M. D. Ciias. McQcesten, M. D. Henry M. Fiske. M. D. T. J. LkTocrnecx, M. D. San Francisco, Ang 5, 1889. tiiicy nwimo wnw. Carli Man laved the Wraaar Woman and No a fair trade waa Made. A swap that was something out of the ordinary was made by two farm ers living near Sidney, Nebraska, a few days ago, but the details have just become public. J. H. Fox and I. Schad were neighbors in Colton precinct. Both were young married men and Schad hail one child. The latter was considered by the good peo ple of Colton an exemplary young man. He taught the district school, was the superintendent of the Sunday school, an exhorter in the Universal ist church, and, above all. a dyed-in ttie wool spiritualist. His wife was young and pretty. Fox was simply a farmer. He, too, was the possessor of an attractive .wile. The two families became intimate, and it developed in time that Mr. Schad and Sirs. Fox had become enamored of each other and that a similar state of affairs existed between Mr. Fox and Mrs. Schad. The four became acquainted with each other’s feelings and Anally the two men struck a bar gain and swapped wives. Schad bade his wife an affectionate adieu, kissed his little one good-by, loaded Mrs. Fox into a neighbor’s wagon and to gether they were driven to Crook, a station on the Colorado Division of the Union 1’aciAc, and then took passage for Denver. Fox and Mrs. Schad and the latter's child remained at Colton. —Philadelphia North American. gueer ll.llrU. The Tongans have a curious dogma to account for a day and a night being twenty-four hours long. It used to be less; the sun used to go down too quick. So one day a man caught it w ith a noose, and it had to go slow thereafter. The ancient Peruvians believed that the sun once came down to the earth and laid two eggs and then went back again. From these two eggs men sprung. The American Indians had a dog ma that the sun was the one supreme god, and tho moon was his wife. One tribe inhabiting a fearfully hot district worship|ied the moon alone, saying they had no use for the sun. In the days of Columbus scientiAc dogmas asserted: If a ship should reach India she could never get back again, because the rotundity of the globe would present a kind of moun tain up which it would be impossible to sail even with a most favorable wind.—Boston Globe. Will Sing nl HIn own Funeral. Captain Frank Cunningham, collec tor of taxes at Richmond, Va., in tends to sing at his own funeral. He has sung at 385 funerals during the last two years. He intends to sing certain songs into a phonograph and let the instrument officiate at the cere monies preceding his burial. He has chosen “Home of the Soul” and “ Hood Night" as the songs to be de livered at the time. Pulling U to Hlin Straight. “ Will you marry me, Ethel?” said the youth. “ My family is all thatone could wish for-’’ “Then why do you want me?"— Life. PRIORITIES .OF ...... WATER RIGHTS. JN THE DISTRICT OOUET OF THE STATE of Nera<la, In and for Humboldt county, the matter of au application for an adjudi cation of the priorities of rights to uss water for beneficial purposes In Water District No 4. on the Humboldt Hirer and tributaries theieof. P N Marker, II O Marker. J H Thlea and L N Carpenter, petitioner*. To J W Yowell, Joasph R Henry, Chaa W Grorer, W J Hanks, M II Smith, Henry A Young. Nells Peterson. J F Triplett, N Nelson, II Van Drlelen, Chaa W Grover, Archibald Wilson, J D Abel. Auguste Keboule and Thos Kane, John P Thorp, Thomas Cahill, John M Doraey.H M Kced. Julia A Armstrong, Wm B Grlffeth, John A Groehn, George Pratt, James F Holland, George Russell, Beth Roeeherry, sharer and Roaebsrry, Emanuel Penrod. Ham ilton McCain, Myron Plxiey, C B Leddlck, Mi hala F Witcher,Gilbert Henry, Anna llugea don. Albert Lvssick. Thos Griffin and others, John A Palmer, Wm and R H Hunter, Litton 4 Hunter. M Mulchay, Mrs Mery J Van Drlelen, James Dewar, Heodtraon Green, Frank Per nald, A Bruce, Hop Bing, Ong Ging. R R Bige low and Mra Hilda J Lowe, W W Weathers, Samm l McMullen, Ed Carvllls, James Mc [ Catch sou, Morris Badt, Thos Little, J L Por ter, N P Ouidager, John Clsndcnning, Morris Badt, Henry Goodale, Fred Scott, Enoch Gray, James Riddell, Malcolm Hall, Edgar Reinhart, Patrick Me Dei mot, 8 W St Cla'r, Mra Jane O’Brien, Ellen Neyland, John L Martin, Nel son Oderklrk, W J Landon, T H O'Keefe, E P Hardesty. W 11 Kennedy, G A Grock. Mason 4 Bradley, Wm Smilay. 0 E Mayer and J J Camp bell. Edward Good ale, J H Welland, Kraatna Woodruff, 11 H Coryell. Wna Henry, James E Meyers, Mr# M Campbell, Edgar Reinhart, Fred erick King, G W Byers, Geo W Monks, W T Crane, F J Button. Jacob Conrad, W J Black, Judson Dakin, W T Smith, F F Muller and A W Reason. W J Eddy, W Dunphy, Edgar Rein hart. A M and C W Griswold, Williams 4 Win ters, J N Saugut net and L D Alberto, Mrs Catherine Weal, Mra P J Burned, Mrs N j Cox. Stephen Dskln. Albert Wines, David V Johnston and Benjamin Armstrong, Paul Scblllerstrotu. Edwin Odell, John T McDer mott, Fred K Drown, Z T and G W Hardesty, Mrs Jane M Ogelrie, Murphy 4 Hill, Hiram Stocker, Sheldon Spence*. Geo W Taylor, Jo seph Hennen, Thos Kane, Wm II Dakin, Fred J Frank, J T McDermott and G M Bower, *ohn M Lander, C II Hals, Fred Speckter, Elisha Dskin, Owen McKenney, Henry Voigt, and Fred J Retaken, J H Taber, G A Hamilton. Ham'l Furness, Anna M Schmitt, Robt E Skaggs, J B A M N Oheen, D D 4 P J Ogilrle, P II McDermott. Ellen T McDermott, J A Rob erson 4 Mary J Roberson, A W Fuller. Anna Glllaod.John T Wright, Clark K Drown, Geo M Bower, Wm Mitchell, Emily V Streeter, A D Farnsworth A Lizzie A rarnswortb, John Ain fey. N P Erickson, deceased, Chas Adsms, Ad mlnUtrator. Hackward A Elliott, Chas Adams, Saiu’l McMullen. Clark E Drown and Anna M Schmitt, W 8 Clayton, John Hackward, E J Jonea, Jas McMullen; Nevada Land A Cattle Company, Tbo* D Parkinson, Director; John W Yowell, L M Huntsman A J E Kaakitt, D Y Alexander, E J Alexander, Elmore A Glasar, Chae Orenburg, w G Randolph, Hana Miller, Henry Frank, Geo M Clayton, Jas F Holland, Glaser A McDonald, Bernard A Hill, Morria Badt, Chaa Forney, Andrew Westland, Hattie M Cotant. John Croesan, G W Grayson, Oliver Beneon A F L Kngetrom, G W Grayson, Chas Johnston, Joseph McConnell, Chas Johnston A John Hovendor. Wm Dunphy, D D Williams, J P Bains, Wm Cursow, J k Eunor, F A Perry, J Y Evans, 8 Maples, Eureka-Palisade R R. Bradley A Bona. J R Bradley, J D Bradley A L L Bradley, Crum A Farris. J A Blossom, A C Chance, Horace K Thurber, H B Higbee A Geo Bliss, Wm Dunphy, A Layton, Addle McIn tyre, John B Paul, Rassell A Bradley, Mias Kate Blavan, John B Gimell, Hobt Welch, Isa bella Sloan, Eugene Stive, Arthur Kewley, 0 W Hinkey and Jas McIntosh, C W Hickey, P A Sperry A John McLernon, Robt Burge A John Mcl^rnon, John Chaa Kemler, J D Bradshaw A K H Schwarts. J D Bradthaw, F A Sperry, G W Mearham. F HUuffer A F D Hweetser, Ed M F.mmonds, Louie Lay, 8 B P Pierce, Bem’l Heed, H Heed, Mrs C Lamance. U Fisher, J R A D Harvey, P M Palmer, Robt Burge, F J Button, L A BTakeeiee, Frank Hammond. M Metcalf. H 8 Gilbert. Mra Minnie A Kodifer, James Byrnes A Jas McIntosh, J F Clark, Geo H Bun, German Goose lee, Chae 1 Singbas, W H Holt, Robt Burge, Ed M Emmonde, Wm Seott, Holgate Uaaa. Isabella Lamance, Nevada Land and Cattle Company, Limited, T D Park ineou, agent; Isabelle Lamance, J R A D Har vey, J R A D Harvey (Harvey Bros), J M Prates, M Merclel A Jos Cerpes, Clover Valley Land and Catt'e Co. O North, agent; Geo D Bliss, D W Catheart. 8 II Young. Geo Berk A F M H .well, B W Stewart, Jordan Valley Stock Co, H J Pratt, agent: C Pedroli, B Bee czone and A Forgnone, T J Bradshaw, Joel Brad shaw. W A Sperry A Harvey Bros, Joel Brad shaw. J A Blossom, A Layton, B F Riley, W C Hu 1 dell, J O’Kane, W O Smith. D D Grannie, H N Leeper, J o'aane, agent, A John Kyan;D M Coleman, W E Townsend, Golconda Cattle On, John fcibbald, agent; Harvey Bra, Mra 8 C Shelton, Ed Stock. Robt Hanson, J P Ander son, Mary Carrel, Chaa L> Duncan, Wm Stew art, Wm H Holt, Robt Hanson, Wm Stock, Wm Stock A R II Schwartz. John H Thlea, Oatman Hell, Homer Davis A John llarrlaou, J Y Mc Curdy. Mra Ella Nelson. D Giroux, Clover Val le) Land A Stock Co, H Larsen A C Baatian. Nela Nelson; Nela Nelson, L Munk, A T Hanson, J C Dut can A A Westfall, Robt Henderson A John Slbbald, M B ran den •teln A Co, Kobt Wei ah A John Har rison, Robt Wetah, Chaa Kemler, Mre Ella Oil lilan, H II Hickey, A F Trousdale A Wm Per kins, W 0 Ruddell. Geo Lovelock, 8r; George Lovelock. 8r. L N Carpenter, P N Marker A H C Marker. P N Ma ker. H C Marker A L N Carpen ter, John H Thles, Union Canal System. H W Pnss, 11 Jansen, C Baatian, H Larsen, J Han sen, P Anker, John Reed, John Damm, Mrs John Howell, by J R Brown, agent; John Reed. Peter Anker; H Jansen, C baatian. 11 Larsen. J Hansen A John Dannn; C Baatian A H Larsen, H Lai sen, H Larsen A J Hansen, C Baatian A H Larsen. A Westfall, Wm Moore. L L Downes, A R Jeffrey, A T Hanson, N Neleen, L Monk, John Hill, Jerry Fenton, Nels Damm, J C Damm, Matt Mortenson, John Hill, J Fenton. N Damm. A M Moitensen, Jerry Fenton, N Nelson, J C Damm, L Munk, A T Hanson, J 0 Damm A L Munk. Nels Neison. A T Hanson, L L Downs AAR Jeffrey, A Westfall, Wm Moore, Union Canal Co. H W Fusi, Secretary. Winne tuucca Water Works. P N Marker A H V Marker, J N Thacker,WC Pitt. J T Hauskins.L LDown-,; J Harrison, W C Pitt, A C Brown, A Felix, Mrs E J Walsh A W B Boi niAeld, Henry Cart ner. Evans A Curtner. Jos Marzen, Ed Lyng, Geo Krieg. Albert Lackey A Isabella Lamauce, Jordan Valley Stock Co, I! J Pratt Superintend ent. And all other persona interested as own ers in any ditch, dam, canal or reservoir on the Humboldt River and its tributaries in Water District No 4, State of Nevada: GREETING: Thu petition of P N Marker, H C Marker, J H Thles and L N Carpenter, having been duly filed and docketed in this Court on the 7th day of January, A. D. 1890, an order was thereupon made and en tered, of which 1 hereby certify the following to be a true copy : •• in the District Court of the State of Ne vada, in and for Humboldt county.—In the matter of an application for an adjudication of the prioritlea of rights to use water for benefi cial purposes in Water District No. 4, of the State of Nevada, on the Humboldt river and tributaries thereof: P. N. Marker, H. 0. Marker. J. H. Thiea and L. N. Carpenter, peti tioners: «• The petition of P. N. Marker. 11. C. Marker, j. H. Tbies and L. N. Carpenter, praying for adjudication of the priorities of rlgli a to the ns.i of water for beneficial purposes in Water District No. 4 of the State of Nevada, on aud from the Humboldt river and its tributaries, having been duly filed and docketed in accord ance with the Aot of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved March 9, 1889, and the same having been considered: “ It is hereby ordered, and 1 hereby appoint, WEDNESDAY, the 23d day of April, A. D. 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m., as the time, and the Oourtr om of this Court,at Wionemuccs, Hum bold! county, Nevada, aa the place for com mencing to hear and to take testimony touch ing said application and the prloritlee of righte of ell persona, firms, associations and corpora tions in and to the use of the watere of the Humboldt river and its tributaries for benefi cial purposes. “ The Clerk will give notice hereof to all persons named In aaid application, and to all other persons interested, in the manner pro vided by aaid law. A. L. FITZGERALD, Judge of aaid Court. Witness my hand and the seal of aaid Court, this 10th day of February, A D. 1890. Attest: L. F. DUNN. Clerk." Yon are therefore notified, and etch of yon to be and appear at the time and place in said order above written, then and there to give and offer evidence touching the prloritlee of any right claimed by yon in and to the use of water for beneficial purposes from aaid Humboldt river or its tributaries in Water District No. 4, according to the prayer of eaid application. • Witness my hand and the teal of aaid Court this 10th day of February, A. D. 1800. L. F. DUNN, Clark. J. F. Alxxahdxa and J. H. MacMillan, Attorney• for Petitioners, ABBIVALA AMD DtPABriKMOf THE BAILS. The days and honra of the arrivals and departure* of the maila at and fron the Eureka Poatoffloe are aa follows: Enrska and Palisade, by the E. A P. R. R.: Arrive on Tneedaya, Tburedays and Saturdays, at 4:30 r. B., and depart on Mondaya, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:30 o’eloek a. x. Eureka and Palisade by the backboard: Arrive Sondaya, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 r. x., and close on Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridaya at 9 p. x Eureka and Taylor, embracing Bails man, Hamilton and Ely, arrive and de part at 8 a. x. daily Eureka and Tybo, embracing Hot Creek and Morey: Arrive on Mondays and Thursdays at 4 r. x , and depart on Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 a. x. Eureka and Dnokwater: Arrive on Sundays at 6 a. x., and depart on Monday at 8 a. x. Eureka and Cold Creek: Arrives on Tuesday a!6 r. x., aod leavealthe following Monday at 8 a. x. Ruby Hill: Depart* daily, Sondaya ex cepted, at 7:30 a. x., and arrivee at 9:30 a. x. PostolBoe hours: Opens daily at 9 a. x. and cloee* at 7 I. x. Bondays: Open from 19 o’clock at noon until 1 r. x. The law provides that the Postmaster may cloee the malls a half honr before the time of departure. All valuable matter should be registered. The ooet is ten eenls to any part of the world, roBEIOS MONET 0BDEB8 Under the International money order system, applioations oan be made for or ders for the payment of one oent up to three hundred dollars. On* form of ap plication will answer for three orders, bnt oo single order oan be issued for any amount exceeding one hundred dollars. On all orders issued a commission equal to the rate of about one oent on the dollar Is charged the sender. The conversion of American into foreign currenoy is made on the following basis: For Orest Britain, Ireland, Australia and Africa, 94 87 equals one pound ster ling. For Franoe, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Algeria, 91 equals 5 fraoos and 5 centimes. For Denmark, Sweden and Norway, 91 equals 3 kronor aod 73 ores. For Germany, 91 equals 4 marks and 19 pfenning. For Portugal, the Azores and Madeira Islands, 91 equals 920 reia. For the Netherlands, 91 equals 2 florins and 43 centimes. 1890.- 1890.- 1890.- 1890. =THE JOURNALS -FOB 11 88888 99999 00000 111 88 88 99 99 00 00 11 88 88 99 99 00 00 11 88888 999999 00 00 11 88 88 99 00 00 11 88 88 99 99 00 00 1111 88888 99999 00000 -WILL BK A 1890. -1890. -1890. -1890. Daily only $5 per year. Weekly only $2 per year. ALL THE LATEST TELEGRAMS And News of Nevada. 1890. -1890. -1890. -1890. Address all orders, C. C. POWN1NG, Reno, Nevada. HOTELS AND BE8TAURANTS. OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. Main street, on* door north of Poatofflce, MRS. JULIA IROWN, : : PROPNIITRISS, OPEN DAY~AND NIGHT. Oysters remlred dally by express ud .11 lb. delioeoiee of Ik. multi k.pt ooaaUally oa kud. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOM TIE NEVADA HOTEL JOHN CRECOVICH, : : PROPRIETOR. lSaln at., Bareka. Nevada, Two doon North of Clark .treet. Room. Furnished with Fir.t . last Spring Bod. The beet la town. Charges_Moderate. The Railroad coach will lake Paaaengera t and from the Depot. Eureka, Jaa. 19. 1889.jl»-lf MINING TAX. Notici is hereby giver that the taxas oa tho proceed, of tho mines of Bareka eouaty for the quarter ending Doc. >1.1889. are now due end payable It me at my oSce In Eureka and the law la regard to the •am. will ba.trlcUy enforced. O. 0. WALLACE, AssessoroI Eurohaoouoty, Nevada. _MISCELLANEOUS. Delinquent Sale Notice! PALISADE SILVER MINIRO COMPART. Location of principal place of business, Han Franeiaoo, California; location of works. Halford District, Eureka county, Nevada. Notice—There Is delinquent upon the follow ing described stock, on account of assessment (No. 2) levied on the 1st day of November, 1589, the several amounts set opposite the names of ths respective shareholders, as follows: w Wo. Wo. a.vi Cart. Shares. Am’t. Atkinson Thos T k Co, trua 164 260 $12 60 Atkinson Thos T k Co,true 206 600 25 00 Bradford AC. 158 9660 178 00 Buck Daniel, trustee.. 98 200 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 42 600 26 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 61 100 f 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 199 500 25 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 142 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 149 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 144 100 5 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 146 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 146 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 147 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trust*?. 162 9960 468 00 Buck Daniel, trusts#. 166 1600 60 00 Buck Dsnlel, trustee. 167 1060 60 00 Buck Daniel, trustee.. 168 1000 60 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 192 200 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 194 200 10 00 Buck Daniel, trustee.. 196 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 197 100 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 200 100 6 00 Bnok Daniel, trustee. 301 loo 6 00 Buck Daniel, trustee. 202 100 6 00 Buck Dsnlel, trustee. 203 160 7 80 Back Daniel, trustee. 217 6000 260 00 Back Daniel, trustee. 218 792 39 60 Radovloh J L, trustee. 186 600 25 00 Blsenvlne L. trustee. 19 100 6 00 Blsenvlne L, truMtee. 22 200 10 00 Sfsenvine L, trustee. 98 100 6 00 Blsenvlne L, trustee. 110 100 6 00 Blsenvlne I, trustee. 114 100 6 00 Slsenvine L, trustee. 132 600 35 00 81 sen vine L, trustee. 208 13793 639 60 Blsenvlne L, trustee. 309 12792 639 60 Blsenvlne L. trustee. 311 5000 360 00 Blsenvlne L, trustee. 212 6143 907 10 Blsenvlne L, trustee. 119 1662 78 10 And In accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Directors, mads on the 1st day of November, 1889, so many shares of each parcel of suoh stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at tha office of the company. Room 67 Nevada Block, No. 909 Montgomery street, San Franclaco, California, on THURS DAY, the 90th day of January, 1890, at the hour of 1 o’clock r. uof said day, to pay aaid delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of ths sals. DANIEL BUCK, Secretary. Office—Room 67 Nevada Block, 309 Montgom ery street, San Francisco, California. J18-td POSTPONEMENT. Tbs day of sals of the above assessment la postponed to Thursday the 37th day of Febru ary 1890. By order of the Board of Directors. DANIEL BUCK, Beoretary. POSTPONEMENT. The day of sale is postponed until Friday ths 38th day of March 1890 at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Directors. DANIKL BUCK, Secretary. mh-1 1889. td POSTPONEMENT. The day of sale is postponed until Monday, the 28th day of April, 1990. at the aame hour and place. By order of the Board of Direc tors. DANIEL BUCK, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The day of sale la postponed until Wednes day, the 2<th day of May, 1890, at the aame hour and place. By order of the Board of Di rectors. DANIEL BUCK, Secretary. April 26. 1890. BREWERIES AND SALOONS. EUREKA BREWERY Oorner of Mein end dark Streets, CHARLEY LAUTEN8CHLAGKR, • - Prop’r .BREWS THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Haa the Finest Barroom in Eastern Nevada, and keeps on hand the Best brands of WINES, LIQU0RS&CIGARS To be found In any market. Eureka, August 19,1887. au20-tf San Francisco Brewery, FEED M. HEITMAO JL MRS. H. MAO, PROP’S SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a gen eral assortment of fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO. By the wholeeele and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all the latest newspapers may be found. Also, a fine Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. ^"LUNCH served at all hoars. H MAU k CO Enreka, November 1, 1887. Little’s Chemical Fluid. NON POISONOUS SHEEP DIP. Oue Gallon, mixed with 60 gal Iona of cold water will dip thoroughly iso sheep, at a coat of one cent each. Easily applied , a nourlsher cf Wool; a certain cure for SCAB. Also LITTLE’S PATENT POWDER DIP. (Poisonous.) Mixes Instantly with water. Prevents the file from striking. In s 2-pounil package there la sufficient to dip 20 sheep, and iu a 7-pound package there is sufficient to dip 100 sheep. CATTON, BELL A Co SuccMiorsto Falkner, Bell A Co., No. 406 California street, San Francisco . Cali fornia. mhl HOTIOB. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON 'SEN: I hereby give notice that my son, 11. A Campbell, of Eur.ka, Nevada, U not In my em ploy in e.sy capacity whatsoever; that he does not live with me, nor shall I permit him to do so; that I am not, nor shall 1 bo responsible for any debts he may see fit to connect of whatever nature or kind, and more especially do 1 Ive noti e that he has not now uor shall he h^ve any authority from me to sell or dis posed! greln cr other commodity in whioh deal to any person whomsoever. A. W. CAMPBELL. Eareka, New., April 3, 1890. s5-lm Q A TVfPT T^MI OO for IS weeks. uAl'll liljTbe Police Usselte will be mailed, securely wrapped, to any ad dress la the United PAPTVQ i'UUa for Three Months onV^VJ LlliO receipt of One Dollar. Liberal discount allowed to postmasters, Agents and Clubs. I he Poucs Gazette of New It C A TT ts the only legiujjl ^ 1 Lflji/wata Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Journal published on the American L^TJ T? V continent. Apply for terms toj. XVX-J X_J • Bichard K. Fox, Franklin Square, Hew York. TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD. NBW ARRAKfUF.MENT*. On and after Dec. 6,1888, TRAINS r«r Pwragen, Belli, Repress Md Prelikt Will sere Norsks on MONDAYS, WEDNES DAYS end PBIDAYB. (Ob Paoiflo Standard time) aa follows: Deere Eureka el.lOsMLe. M. Arrive et Pelleede et.(Mr. n. Meklng connection with Baat and Wear Bened Trains of the Central Pnelfle Railroad, Belnmlag, will leave PaUeede on TUESDAYS, THUB8DAY8 ead SATUBDAY8. Deere Pelleede et.10 A, M. Arrive at Eureka et..4)00 r. M. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT HAMILTON, SELIGMAN, TAYLOR, ELY. TYBO. BELMONT, REVEILLE. And ell points eoath, bp teems, with cere end dlepeteh, end et the lowest rites. B. QILMAWe General Sop’t. THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. Carrying 17. 8. Kalla and Wells, Fargo A Co.’s Express. Stages will leave daily at 8 o’clock a. m. for the following points, vis: Bellgman, Hamil ton, Ely and Taylor: Fares i Eureka to Seligman.$6 00 Return Ticket.8 00 Eureka to Hamilton...- 8 00 Return Ticket......^.. ^.....19 00 Eureka to Ely.16 00 Eureka to Taylor... _.19 00 Return Ticket.. _80 00 Thirty poumde of Baggage allowed each passenger. Return Tickets good for 80 dtys. Positively ne rebate allowed commercial travelers on Round Trip rates. Kail road Freight and Transporta tion Line. Teams of the above line will deliver Freight at Taylor end points South, leaving Eureka every day, or as often as the business de mands it. OFFICE—Next door to Jeeee Mendee’ sa loon, Main street. Je30-tf J. A. MATTOB, Proprietor. PIOCHE and TAYLOR STACE LINE. NAPOLEON DUPONT. - . Proprietor Leaves Ploche and Taylor on Mondays and Fridays aft 8 a. m. fare, : T : $13 Good time made and good accommodations for passengers. If notified in season will make special provis ion for carrying parties of three or more quickly and in good shape. NAPOLEON DUPONT. Ploche, Nevada, Jnly 25, 18*9. Jy27-3m EUREKA MARKET. One door south of the Opera Hoose, South Main stieet. THOS. E. II ALKY - . - Proprietor. •YY1,olesale and WETAIL Butcher. _ The Highest Cash Price paid fi>r BIDES. Meats delivered within four miles of town free of charge. Eureka, June 7, 1|89. je8 aalSH®iSFREE. JhWai.h. Worth %H.~, watch in th« world. IVriecI U»»kwpw. |T\Warn*uted heavy, aou» B Ir.i-Li- hulltiiitr caeaa. fMBotU ladiea and «mt a #alac*, with work*and caaaa 'of equal rain*. 0»K FBItaO* me frer, together with our "A-end valuable line of Uut »■ 8akil*LBS. These wuuple». M wall ••the welch, are free*. All the work you “*•«* «"2 •how wliat we tend you to thoae who call^yow nieuda aud neighbor* and those about you—that always result*. U* valuable trade for ua, which holda f«»r year* wheu once •carted, s»d thu* we are repaid. 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