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Matter* of Lively Interest to the Qenerel Reeder. Bar Silrer #71*. To-morrow, Washington's birthday. Jaslise Longley, of Palisade, was in town laat Tuesday. Foor inches of rain fell in San Fran cisco last Sunday. Easter Sunday this year will oome on the 29th of March. The Enterprise says there are 400 idle miners on the Comstook. Mrs. O. A. Fletcher left last Monday to join her hnsband in Carson. Judge A. L. Fitzgerald returned last Tuesday from Winnemuoca. Utah’s population, acoording to the final census returns, is 307,909. Theodore Winters will take a string of thirteen horses East this season. 1 be legislators were dined and wined in great shape at Keno last Baturdy. Oorernor Colcord has appointed E. 8. Farrington, of Elko, Notary Public. La grippe has reappeared in Beno. Dr. Dawson reports three cases in town. Thirty Inobcs of snow and still snowing is the news from Bozeman, Montana. Congressman Bartine has the thanks of the Szntizzl for Congressional docu ments. Senator Stanford thinks Bunol will yet trot a mile in 2:06, and that no horse will ever do better. At Washoe Lake last week sererai hun dred pounds of perch were blown ashore by the high wind. Our big windstorm of four days sub sided last Monday, siuoe then the weather has been pleasant. It is reported that a number of oaltle in Nye county are troubled with the disease known as “ big jaw.” ADout tnrw inoaeami messages of eon doleoce hare been received by the family of the late General Sherman. Daring the first of the week the flags were flying at half mast in respect to the memory of General Sherman. Mrs. It. U. Sawyer, of San Franoisoo, shot her husband through the nose last week. She was jealous of him. An O’Hara funace is in coarse of con struction at the redaction works of the Cortez mines limited, at Cortez. W. J. Smith, of the Postoflioe bookstore, who has been quite ill, was able to be on the street a little while yesterday. "Hank" Donnelly, formerly superin tendent of the Eureka Con., ia reported to he quite ill at bis home in California. Mr R. II. Parker has the thanks of the Hzhtikel for a report of the Board of Directors of the State Orphans' Home. During Lent services will be held at SI. James' Church every Wedneeday at 11 o'olock a, as., and Friday evenings at 7 r. M. Sarah Bernhardt bad a violent stomach ache last SuDday after eating canned mnahroons at the Hoffman Houle, New York. Hugh.!. I.yncb. a guard at the Han Quentin State prison, accidentally shot and killed himself last Friday evening while on duty. The Enterprise local stales that the wind blew so hard in Virginia last Friday that quicksilver flasks were seen floating high in the air. The Sektixel acknowledges the receipt of a complimentary ticket to a ball to be given by Pyramid Lodge No. 19, Knights cf Pythias, at Wadsworth. The Austin Advocate says there were 234 votes cast in Lander oounty at the last election, for Constitutional Convention, that were counted against it. Silver Stale: If the present Legislature cannot abolish the Supreme Court they should at least change its name from the Supreme Court to the Court of Errors. Virginia Chronlole: It is right to preach " peace on earth and good will to all men," but it is hard to feel that way in Nevada, with such a Legislature as the present one. A German, who has lived her since 1875, named Herman ifofricbter, 38 year/'old, was pronounoed insane last Wednesday by a commission, and has been sent to the Insane Asylum at Reno. The new Warden at the Minnesota Prison has unearthed in the cells a vast quantity of weapons and material that would aid the prisoners to escape. About 155 steel flies were among the artiolea found. Reno Gazette: Why not enter Into a contract with Blaok Wallaoe and let him run every branch of the State Govern ment, hiring suoh assistance as he may want, and do away with the Legislature entirely? A stated communication of Eureka Lodge No. 16, F. A A. M , will be con vened at its hall this (Saturday) evening at half-past 7 o’clook. All Master Ma sons in good standing are cordially Invited to attend. The legislative session is half gone, and thus far we have seen little, if any legisla tion that will be beneficial to this locality or the State at large. It looks as though this will be a repetition of the previous Legislature. Coder the head of "Ail Hail 1" the Tombstone (A. T.) Prospector says: The deep work to start up on the Comstock will be hailed with delight by the entire Paciflo Coast and will stimulate deep mining everywhere. St. James Ohuroh, Rev. George Leslie. Morning prayer, litany and sermon at 11 o’olook a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7 f. a. Subject of sermon: "The Conflict in the Wilderness.’’ Sunday sohool and Bible olass at 12:80. Tho Colorado Legislative Bribery Com mittee says the House has been asealled this season by as oorrupt a body as ever attempted to manipulate a Legislature.— Ex. Guess the Coloradans don’t know how our Nevada Legislature ia manipulated. To-morrow, unless the weather be too bad, Father Naltinl will hold divine ser vice in Ruby Hill at 9 o’olock A. u. In Eureka mass and sermon at 11 A. M., and in the evening the Stations of the Cross, with sermon and benediotion at 7 o’clook. The Carson Appeal believes that there Is a general feeling throughout the State that there should be a Constitutional Con vention. If the Republican party fails to give the people what they have oalled for it will reaot on the party in the next elec Mon. In the Legislature. Assembly concur reul Heaolution No. 21, relating to the eleotion of D. 8. Senators by the people, was lost by a rote of 1M to 20. Of course it waa lost, llow wonld tbe bosses get a ** sack ” if tbe Henatora were eleoted by the people? After the ball Thursday night, tbe hood lum element became rampant on tbe atreete, and did a number of tbioga that they should not hare done. Young men, onrb your bouyant spirits. In a well regulated town you actions would haresont you to the baatile. The committee of ladies appointed to solicit subsoriptiona to ereot a monument over the neglected grave of Mary, the mother of Washington, sent from here aome $60 to Mrs. J. W. Adams, at Carton, wbo is one of tbe lady managers of the Association in Nevada. A. Jackson, mine host of tbe Jaokaon House, last Wedneaday bad a very large eucalyptus tree takou up and trans planted at tbe northwest corner of the hotel, where, if he is suooeasful in making it grew, it will makes line shade when the hot weather cornea. Hon. Joe Oboate laya down this self evident proposition: "People in Maine, some people in New York, and in other States, have an idea that yon oan stop drinking by law. It never stopped my drinking, and I think it never stopped that el any other man, and U new oan." D. F. Looney, a nephew of Kd. Looney, arrived here troea New York laet Tueeday. Tbe yonng man has come here to etay and try hit fortnnee in tbe battle born State. Hit nnole it one of the old timer! of tbe camp and ia highly elated over bit nephew's arrival. We with the young man aucoeta. Senator Power, one of the Republican Senators who stole hie way into the Sen ate from Montaoa voted against free ooin age. So did both of the Repnblioan Sen ators from the new State of Wyoming. If Domoorata had been tent Instead of these Republicans they wonld have voted with the people. The Chinese New Year eloaed here yester day. In tbe forenoon they fired a great amonot of crackers and bomba. After wbioh they bad their nanal prooeeeion and visited tbe cemetery. Then same the general scramble for tbe rlnga, to deter mine which of them should boae the Joes bouse during tbe present year. Tbe sidewalks at tbe north end of town, on tbe east aide of the street, are in a dangerous condition, and peraona walking over them in the nlgbt time are liable to get hurl. In this connection we would eall tbe attention of the County Com missioners to tbe law in reference thereto published in another part of this paper. Virginia Chronicle: Although a few of the papers In the State are silently non committal on the action of the Legisla ture in tbe matter of a Constitutional Convention, but a aingle one baa had the gall to attempt to defend its action. But that one can hardly be blamed. It had to do It or quit—and It didn't want to quit. Thoa. E. Hailey, one of our old and highly respected oitiaens, left laet Wed nesday for Salt Lake City, where he in tends going into bnsineaa. He will re turn here again in a few weeks, when he will take his family to their new borne among tbe Mormons. Tom has boats of friends here who will with him great tuo oees in his new venture. ■ A UUHO MtPUtltKADE. The Knight a of Pyttalaa Celebrate ThelrAnnlverierr. The grand anniversary ball given last Thursday night at the Opera House, by Beatific Lodge No. 7, Knights of Pyth ias, proved one of the moat enjoyabls oooasions of the season. The merry maskers commenced to arrive as early as 8 o’clock, and half an hoar later the grand march was started. The music was by Prof. Rice's string band, and, as usual, was good. We have not space to mention the fine costumes worn by many of the ladies; suffice it to say that they were elegant. The gallery was crowded with spectators, who appeared to enjoy themselves fully as much as those in mask on the floor, of whom there were about 100. The ball was a grand success in all particulars. Following is a list of the names and characters of the mask ers: ladies: Mrs. H. Manbeim—Red and Blaok. Mrs. Wm. Joannes— Progressive Euchre. Mrs. Henry Rives and Miss Olsen— " Darling Chios” and " Old Rose.” Mrs. Ed. Byrne—Evening Dress. Mrs. 8. F. Kunkle—Rainbow. Mrs. C. L. Broy—Yellow Butterfly. Mrs. H D. Johnson—Free Coinage. Mrs. J. B. Rloe—Evening Dress. Mrs. Wilmsrth—Evening Dress. Mrs. B. L. Marchuchl—Evening Dress. Miss Aggie Hall—Minuet Costume. Miss Anna Young— Snowball. Miss Minnie Hadler—Bnow Flake. Miss M. Nortbey- Evening Drees. Mias Olive Diamond—Tbe Joker. Miss Bophie Berg—Parisian Beggar Girl. Miss Lillie Berg—Evening Dress. Miss Purneole Pbelps—The Pirate. HIM Lillie KOneuomU —marguerite. Miss Polly Powell—Domino. Miss Kate B. Morrison—Highland .Scotch Lassie. Miss Maud Rives—” I'm Not as Ybnng as I Used to Be.” Miss Mae E. Gregory—Domino. Miss Alma Manbeim—Normandy Peas ant. Miss Effie Phillips—Scotch Lassie. Miss Kate Young—Morning. Miss Florenoe May Cromer—Erasing Star. Miss Eva Curnow—Fancy Dress. Miss Clara Boombower—Little Red RidiDg Hood. Miss Anna Lockman—Evening Dress. Miss Mary J. Olsen—A Pink. Miss Tipple—Bnow Drop. Miss Lizzie Gibson—Maud Muller. Miss Ollie Pbelps— Evening Dress. Miss Mary Donnelly—Good Luck. Miss Elian Jones—Spanish Lady. OEHTLEMEH : Judd Riddle, Eugene Howell, J. 0. Natban and M. Bcbeellne—Ku Kluz Elan. Bart J. Powell—Domino. Bam Leventhal—Miss Dina Snowball. John Henderson—Tourist. Bam Wheeler—Domino. Harry Pedlar. John Hooper and Joe Williams—Three Brothers. A. Phillips—A Stray From the 400. C. L. Broy—Polish Gent. Ed. Byrne—A Retired Centennial unara. J. T. Wheeler— Blaok Domino. A. Benton—Darkey Sport. F. M. Knnkle—Oomeae Ton Pletee. F. E. Shaw—Bing Lee from Hong Kong. Rollin E. Cromer—Photographer. Antonio Ferrari!—Father Hubbard. I. Im Obereteg—Indian Chief Rain-in tbe-Faoe. Frank Hendenon—Schoolboy. Max MoEwen—Corporal Peok. J. H. Jury—Domino. W. F. Krenka—MeCarthy. H. Moroom—Domino. John T. Donnelly—Hard Tlmee. Frank Broaemer—Maik. John Hanoook—Touriat. Edward Rioker— General Boulanger. Thomaa Hioka Patch Work. Charlie Greenwood—Blaok Domino. Charlie H. Hjul — St. Jacob’s Oil. J. B. Rice—Evening Dreaa. John Nioholaa—A Page to King Charles IV Frank Lockman—Little Mother Huo* bard. W. H. Straus—Mist Misfortune. J. Kautx—Cowboy of '77. John Jury— Morrla, the Pedlar. Robert A. Laird—Blaok Knight. Joseph Lani—Mother Hubbard. C. Bremenkampf—Domino. Frank Zottman—Clown. A. B. Culten—Mother Hubbard. Robert Donnelly—Broke and Want a job. F. II. Harmon. John Drager, J. W. Lambert, J. N. Hill, J. B. Tingley-Sir Knights. Correspondence. Carson City, Feb. 17,1891. ^ To Mrs. F. J. Schneider, Eureka, Nevada: My thanks to you and Mrs. 1). W. Levan especially, and to the people of Eureka in general, are un bounded. The amount of money you sent astonished me as much as it pleased me. If I can ever do any thing to assure you of my gratitude please let me do so. Mrs. W. E. Gritlin told me of the miserable weather you had to work in and the Bhort time given you. The result was certainly marvelous. Again, with a thousand thanks for your kindness, believe me, most sincerely, Emma L. Adams, ' On behalf of the National Memorial Association.__ Th. Australian Nyat.m tn Oregon. The Governor of Oregon has signed the Australian ballot bill, which passed both Houses of the Legislature a few days ago. f*«(n JnrMKIIoi or Comtx The fourth subdivision of Sec. 1 of the Act of 1881, as amended by the Legislature in 1887, provides as fol lows; Fourth—To lay out, extend and alter the streets and alleys in said town or city, and provide for the grad ing, draining, cleaning, widening, lighting or otherwise improving the same; also, to provide for the construc tion, repair and preservation of side walks, bridges, drains and sewers, and for the prevention and removal of obstructions from the streets and side walks of said town or city; provided, that said Board may, in its discretion, asses the cost of improving any street or building, or repairing a sidewalk, to the owner or owners of the property in front of which Btreet, or sidewalk, or proposed sidewalk may be, and may rauke said cost of improvement, re pairs or building a lien upon such property. Mallroa<l Amenities, The Carson correspondent of the Virginia Chronicle says: A. C. Cleve land, the genial cattle granger from the Great East, went below last night for a week or ten days to get the sea air, beneficial to his hearty, good natured anatomy. C. C. Wallace, from Eureka, is meandering quietly about town watching the movements of the Legislature, especially in the matter of railroads. C. W. Hinch cliffe, General Manager of the Nevada Central railroad, from Battle Mount ain and Austin, arrived last evening and is reviewing old acquaintances. These three prominent railroad men doubtless know what they are about, and will tell us all they know in the matter—in due time. Looking for ■ Loot Mine. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson, an aged couple from Han Francisco, arrived in Austin Thursday. They are looking up their interest in what was known as the Lawler Gold and Hilver Mining Co., situated on the Great Chieftain ledge, somewhere in Hmokey Valley. The Lawler was incorporated and the stock put on the Han Francisco mar ket in 1863 and these old people have been given a song and dance racket by some one down there that this property is of immense value. It may be, but no one has ever found it out, and the chances are 1,000, to 1 that these un sophisticated beings will be out much time and expense for nothing.—-Aus tin Advocate. Limits the Kxpeudltnre. A bill before the Wisconsin Legis lative limits the expenditures of candi dates for office as follows: First, all Htate officers, including United States Senators and Congressmen, shall be limited to the amount of $1,000; sec ond, all county officers, $500; third, all town, village and city officers, $250, except in cities of 15,000; the office of Mayor, $500. The measure is cham pioned by Ignatius Donnelly. Huch a bill as this could not pass the Nevada Legislature, for the reason, that if it did, the occupation of the tiosBes would be gone. ( AlllUK for too Bnlloli. LaBt Monday Senator La Grave in troduced a bill calling for ballots from each countv in tlu» to Im ex amined by committees from both Houses. It seems to be the desire on the part of the manipulators to squelch this matter, and in doing so claim that ballots were printed wrong and there fore of no value. Various County Clerks have made affidavits that all printed matter was correct and any statements to the contrary were false. The matter is now in the hands of the Committee on Ways and Means to be reported upon shortly. No Keller Proposed. Chloride Belt: The Constitutional Convention matter is dead. How about the reduction of expenses— abolishing and consolidating offices and cutting down appropriations and sal aries? Have the Washoe zephyrs and nipping frosts at the State capital killed the young idea? The Belt con fesses, regretfully, that to the best of our knowledge, not one good, honest measure calculated to give the people of this tax-ridden commonwealth relief, has even been proposed in the present Legislature. Aid to Ibe Enemy. Not one Republican paper In forty in the East favors free coinage. Not one Democratic paper in forty in the entire country opposes it. Nine-tenths of the Eastern Democratic Congress men favor free coinage. Mor* than nine-tenths of the Republicans oppose it. And yet the silver producing States elect Republican Respresenta tives and Senators. Was there ever such instances known of giving aid and comfort to the enemy ?—Virginia Chronicle. To Be Pitted. The Virginia Chronicle says: Don’t blame the Storey county delegation for voting against a Constitutional Con vention. The chances are that most of them have never read the Constitution of the State and consequently didn’t know what that instrument directed them to do in such a matter. They are more to be pitied than blamed. Probably the above would apply to our Eureka delegation. Heard from Ills Constituents. A member of the Nebraska Legis lature, who was elected by the Far mers Alliance, and then "went back on the organization,’’ has recently heard from his constituents in a way to make his hair curl, as lie has been informed that tie deserves hanging, and such a fate awaits him if he re turns home. It may be well for some of the Ne vada legislators to ponder over the above. ■ —♦—— lieu lea tbc Son Impeachment. A. Carlisle & Co., San Francisco printers, deny in a card in the San Francisco Examiner that they printed the ballots used in Lincoln county, Nevada, at the last election, as alleged by the Joint Committee on Constitu tional Convention of the Nevada Leg islature. Poultry and Pith. Berg is iu receipt of a large supply of Eastern turkeys, geese and chick ens; also, various kinds of fish, all of which he is selling at reduced prices. Ore Shipments. During the week the Eureka and Palisade Railroad Company shipped 101 tons of ore to the Salt Lake City Bmulters. ptiotocraptili- Tltw*. We have seen some fine photo graphic views of the Hamburg mine, on Peelstick Hill, at Smith’s gallery on Main street. They are taken from various positions and allow the hoist ing works, buildings, ore bins, dumps and all points of interest in the neigh borhood. They are sold at $1 each and are well worth the money. By the aid of such views the mines and industries of the district and neigh borhood may be advertised as they can be in ao other manner. Land scape views of the country are nice to send to one’s friends, and if capital is to be raised for the development of our mines, they are just the thing to present to parties seeking investment of that character. Mr. Hmith will take views on far more reasonable terms than any photographer ever of fered to the public before. Mine owners should bear this in mind and take the first opportunity when the Spring opens to engage his services. Reilaeilow of Sal arise. Under date of Febuary 12, Senator Sproule writes to his paper, the Free Press, as follows: " In the Senate the Elko county delegation introduced a bill reducing the salaries of the officers of that county, and abolishing the office of the Superin tendent of Schools. The bill is to take effect on the 1st Monday in Jannary, 1892, and will save the tax-payers of Elko county $9,000 a ver. After that date the following salaries are to be paid: Sheriff, $3,200; Deputy Sheriff, $1,500, and he is to act as jailor with out extra compensation; Recorder and Auditor, $2,000; Assessor, $2,400; Treasurer, $1,000; Ulerk, $1,500; Dis trict Attorney, $1,500, and shall act as Superintendent of Schools without compensation; County Commissioners $300 each and mileage. The bill was referred to the Judiciary Committee. It will pass both Houses as the bill was submitted to all the Elko mem bers before being introduced.” In Considering The question of calling a Constitutional Convention, Lander's three Assembly men and Senator all fell down and voted against their sworn duty as respresentatives. The vote in this county was 490 for Constitutional Convention and 71 against it. What legitimate excuse these men can make, we cannot surmise, except to admit that “ the bosses did not want it.” To a gentleman in Carson the other day, Black Wallace said that the present body of men posing the Legislati>*»> - as toe finest he ever Tt would really seem as if this Kphraim Slick was handling the boys to the Queen’s taste.—Austin Advocate. Death or a ■Inina: Ian. A San Francisco dispatch of the 13th instant says: Henry H. Allen, well known in mining circles, died at the Occidental Hotel this morning. He was a native of New Bedford, and about 05 years of age. He came to California in its early days and en gaged in busines, being a member of the firm of Grace, Heath & Allen. He was subsequently a post trader in Ore gon, and afterwards with I. C. Bate man engaged in mining at Austin and Eureka, Nev. They bought a con trolling interest in the Northern Bell minfl The enioie r\l .leoeasejl is eati rnated at about $500,000. A Hood Paper. The Virginia Chronicle is a good paper. Its labor in the people's cause should be appreciated.—Reno Gazette Thanks for the compliment. The Chronicle will always strive to merit the approbation of the people, as it will labor incessantly to inspire the hatred of the lobby corruptionsts, legislative periurers and the entire gang of bipedal cattle, which is run ning the rotten business at the State Capital.—Chronicle. An Impostor. One H. M. Casey, who professed to be a member of Belmont Lodge, No. 24,1. O. O. F., in this State, has been swindling the Odd Fellows In Southern Idaho, and northeastern Nevada. He got in his work on the Loge at Tuscarora. and the Times Keview publishes him as an impostor and warn the Odd Fellows in the State to beware of him. He was never a member of the Belmont Lodge. Severe, But Trns. If every voter in the State had cast his vote for a constitution straight up with no quibble, then we would have had no convention. The corporations own the majority of the Legislature just as much as they own any class of property, and it is simply a loss of time to monkey with the proposition further, and all the good it can possi bly do is to paint them a little blacker in the eyes of the general public.— Reno Gazette. La Urlppe. This disease appeared here in its worst form on Wednesday last, and since that time fully 50 persons about town have been afflicted with and are now suffering from it. Dr. Louder is on the jump and has all be can possi bly do attending to it and says this is the true type of the disease, and that the so-called cases of it experienced here last Winter were only bad colds. We hope no serious results will follow in any case.—Pioche Record. Thlrly.Tliree Perjurers. There are 110 persons in the State Prison at Carson. It perjury is a felony in this State and justice gets her dues, after the next session of the District Court in Orinsby county there will be 33 added to the above number, that being the aggregate number of self-confessed perjurers in the State Legislature. An liuiuens* Smeller. P. A. II. Franklin is authority for the statement that in all probability a foreign syndicate of capitalists will erect a smelter in Salt Lake City which will cost $1,000,000. An expert representative fr -m Europe is now en route for the purj>oee of looking over the ground. A l.edge or WOO Feet Wide. Central Nevadan: Wm. Jenkins, who has lately been to Stillwater, the county seat of Churchill, passed through IXL Mining District. He tells of a mineral bearing lode, carrying gold, silver and lead, located by miners of the district, 800 feet in width, with croppings in places 20 feet above the surface. _ D. Nathan A Co., have received a very lar^e stock of Cutting's brand of California canned fruits of all kinds. BREWERIES AND SALOONS. EUREKA BREWERY Oma of Main and Clark Streets, OHA&LKT LAUTEMSCBLAOER. . . Propr .BREWS THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Hu tbe Plneet Barroom tn Frsetern Kersde, and keeps on bsnd the Beet brands of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS To be fovnd In 007 market. Eureka, August 19,1887. su20-tf San Francisco Bnvair, rilO M. HtITMAI Jt MNt. M. MAI, PROP'S SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a oen ersl assortment of fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .ALSO. ::::::::: By the wholesale and rat all. A Fine Reading Room Whar* all tba latest newspapers may be found Also, a fine Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. E^LUMCH aery ad at all hours. H. MAD A CO Eureka, November 1,1SS7. BANK EXCHANGE SALOON. MAIM STREET, EUREKA. One door louth of Well,, Fargo A Co. ’« ofBce. The Bar of thia popular retort trill always be stocked with th, beat of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, -AMD LACTENSCHLAOER'i CELEBRATED BEER. FINI BILLIARD AND POOL ROOM. d80 MARK TERRIL. Proprietor. _ MISCELLANEOUS. ''CHICAGO SHOUT LINE" The Chicago, Miliantee and St. Paal RAILWAY la the only line runnmng Solid Vestibuled, Steam-heated and Electric-lighted trains daily between Chicago and Omaha, com posed of Magnificent Sleeping Can And the Finest Dining Cars in the World. EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. Any further information as to rates of Fare, etc.. Will be cheerfully furnished by alex. ■manna* Commercial Agent. T. F. POWELL, Traveling Agent. ltil S. Main Street, Salt Lake City. Tie Ma County M. (Bnocuor to Futon A Oo.) Capital 8tock, e 8100,000 WILL BUY AND BILL EXCHANGE OH B.n FT.nel.co, How York, London and the principal Eaatern and European 01 tie.. Director!: M. D. FOLEY, DANIEL MEYEB, B. E. MOBBIBON, B. GILMAN, JOHN TOBKE. B. GILMAN.Prealdent B. K. MOBBIBON.Vico Proaldont MOHITZ BCHKKLINE.Ouhlor ■ loin* and Other Bloek. Bought and Bold on Connlnlon. Baraka, Maroh 5,1880. mb -tl Black Diamond 2 & 3 PLY ROOFING. THE BLACK DIAMOND ROOFING CON slsts of very heavy 2 k 3 ply Felt, which forms the body of the roof. It ia especially for roofs of any shape or style. It stands any extremes of climate. It will not rust or cor rode In the least, which gives it a preference over any other roofing. It is strictly water proof. It can be put on successfully over shingles, tin and iron, not requiring the re moval of the old roofs. It requires no expe rience to apply it. Samplea may t* seen at my store. P. H. HJCL, Agent for the Ehret-Warren Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo. Eureka, Nev., Jan. 31, 1891. j3l-lm 1ST OTIOIEj Of Time Appointed for Prov ing Will. In the District Court of I lie HUM or Xevtftiln, Utirel&A C'ouutjr. In tho Matter of tue Km ate of H. L. Smith, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that mon. dav, the first day of December, 1890. at 10 o’clock a. m. of said day. and the Courtroom of Mttl Cm t.in the town and county of Eu reka. State of Nevada, have been by the order of aaid Court, fixed and appointed as the time snd place for the proving of the will of aaid H. L. Smith, deceased, and for the hearing of the application of George Taagell, the executor named therein, for the issuance to him of let ters testamentary thereon, when and where any person interested may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate or said petition should not be granted. IN TESTIMONY WHEBEOV.I. P. H. HARMON, have hereunto -et my hand officially, Iszal-] and affixed the seal of aaid Go art this JJd day of November, A. D. 1890. F. H. HARMON, Clerk of said Court. R. M. Beatty, Attorney for Petitioner. n8-lm Dissolution. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between Messrs. Bremenksmpf k Rtgli, in the brewery and saloon business, hss been dissolved by mutual consent of the par ties. The business will be continued by F. J. Hremenkampt. who will collect all moneys dus the late firm, and pay all debts owing by them. F J. BREMEN KAMPF, J. M. REG LI. Eureka, Nov. 26. 1890. n29*lm Db7 JAMES WILLIAMS. PHTI6ICIAM A MV itRUKOI-OF FI01 la ftajmau. Building. jyS-tf NEW TO-DAY. AT THE WHITE HOPSB DRY GQODS^GLOTHIWG In order to make room for onr Spring Ooode, we will offer Dry Ooode, Cloeke (t •peeialty), Carpet*, Well Paper, Oeneral Honaebold Fornlahinga, Ladies’, Misses' and Children’# Footwear, Fine Clothing, Fnrnlehing Ooode, Boots and Shoes, Hets, Ospe, Olores, Blankets, Quilt*, and numerous other ertiole* too numerous to mention, *t remarkably low prion. One prise to *U. Country order* will be promptly attended to. M. KAW8KY, Proprietor. Remington,Johnson&Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In HARDWARE, GROCERIES, -in Mining Supplies of all Kinds. On eoeonnt of onr superior feollitln for pnrobaslng goods through onr Wholesale House in Salt Lake And onr reoent ohangn here, In rednoing onr expenses, WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE Doing bnsiaese In Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH Any California Houses Doing Bans ia tiiis Met WE AIM MARANTEE FILL WEIIHTI AM MEAMREI IN EVERYTHIN! WE SELL CALL UIIEUUHE Ml i PRICES BEFORE PDBCHASM ELSEWHERE ... REMIM6T0H. JOHNSON l CO. THESILVER MILLEHll It Has Co to Pass at Last I Sliver Is coming up slow but sure, to the standard of gold, and in consequence thereof the undersigned makes a declaration to hia friends and customers In Eureka and vicinity that he will sell Goods, from now on until further notice, for a silver dollar, more and better goods than any other house In Eastern Nevada. To convince yourselves of these facts, come or send for a price list of my goods. I keep constantly on hand a full line of Family Groceries and Provisions, Ladies', ContK* and Children’s Boots and Shoes, Tinware, Hardware; constantly arriving, the choicest kinds of Fruits, Meals and Vegetables, and all such goods as must be had fresh in order to be of any uee. I also keep on hand a general stock of Merchandise, such as Is usually found In a well regulated country store. Come and convince yourselves of the above facts, and you will find what I say is just what I mean. Fresh French and Domestic Candles. Fresh Fish and Oysters. All goods will be delivered with promptness and dispatch In Eureka and vicinity. Very respectfully, Eureka, Aug, »0,1890. MISCELLANEOUS. Assessment Notice. Huby Hill Tonnel and Mining Com pany. Location of principal place of business, Eureka, Eureka county, Ne vada. Location of works. Eureka Mining Dlstrlot, Eureka oounty. State of Nevada. Notioe Is hereby given that at.a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the ‘27th day of January, 1891, an assessment (No. 31) of One cent per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the company, in Ryland's Building, at Eureka. Nevada. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Saturday, the 28th Day of Febru ary. 1891, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auotlon; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on 8ATURDAY, the 28th day of March, 1891, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of adver Using and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. B. F McEWEN, Secretary. Office—Byland's Building, Eureka, Nevada, Jan. 37, 1891. _ fll-td NOTICE. In the District Court or the State of Nevada, Eureka County. In the Matter of the Estate of F. W. Var il um, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of said estate, and all persons hgving claims against said de ceased to present the same with the necessary vouchers within four weeks from the first pub lication of this notice to the undersigned st the town of Eureka, county and Slate afore said. J. M. GREER, Administrator of the Estate of F. W. Varnum, Eureka,New, Dec. 31,1890. J3-4w A. YEAH f I undertake to brie* |tench any fairly inlet) gent peraon of either aei, who can read and write, and who.aAer iuatruction, will work - _ — induatrioualy, how to ears Three Deliera a Year in thair own localities, wherever thOTr live. I will alao furniah the aitoation or employment, at which you can earn that amount. No money for me uuk-aa aucceaeful aa above. Easily and quickly learued I desire but «• worker from each district or county. 1 have already teugbi and provided with employment a large number, who are making over SSUOO a year each. lu.VEW and SOLI 1). Full particular* I'HKE. Addrwaa at onoe, E. ©. ALLEBf, Ikon 4*40, ACUUfTA, MAINE. C. HAMILTON, DENTIST. Trith oh all manner op plates and without plates. Will remain in Eureka a limited time. Rooms over 8entiwel office. Eureka, Nov. 17.1890. CHET BATCHELDER’S AS8AY OFFICE. OSE DOOB SOUTH OF CAPHOB'S Drag Store, Milo .treat, Bank*. Stuck*, April i, Into. H>ti _MISCELLANEOUS. THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. Carrying U. 1. Malle ami Walla, Fargo A Co.’a Knpraaa. Btagea will leave dally at 8 o'clock A. u. for the following pointa, via: Sellgmsn, Hamil ton , Ely and Taylor: Final Eureka to Sellgmsn...86 00 Return Ticket.. 8 00 Eureka to Hamilton. 8 00 Return Tlokat... to 00 Eureka to Ely.10 00 Eureka to Taylor... „..19 00 Return Tlokat... 80 00 Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each passenger. Return Tloketa good for 80 days. Positively ae rebate allowed commercial travelers on Bound Trip rates. ■nilroad Freight usd Transports** Mom Lima. Teams of the above line will deliver Freight at Taylor and pointa South, leaving Enreka •very day, or aa often aa the bualneea de mands it. OFFICE—Next door to Jeeaa Mendes* sa loon, Main atreet. jedO tf J. A. MATTOS, Proprietor. A RARE CHANCE. A PRACTICAL NURSERYMAN WANTED— a man with a family preferred. Eighty acres of bottom laid to be had on the most fa vorable terms. A Commercial Orcharu Com pany is about to he incorporated to plant 100 orchards on the line of the E. k P. It. It., and trees grown in the climate and soil where they to remain are wanted. For particulars apply to J M . NORTH, J24 At Eureka or Palisade, Nevada. S20 REWARD. About a year ago a bay horse, with a white strip in his face, tstrayed from my premises He was branded B and vented, and on the left shoulder, under the B, is 51. A reward of $20 will be paid to any one who will retueu said horse to me at Eureka. B RA’ITO. Eureka, Jan. 17. 1891. J24 2w* IfcT OTIOIEj. THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT my son Bert Campbell ceased to be my business agent on the 24tb day of December A. D. 1890, and I caution all persons from transacting any business with him in which I am interested, as 1 will not be responsible for any of his acts from this date forward. A. W. CAMPBELL. Eureka, Nev., Jan. 8, A. D. 1881. jlo-l n MINING TAX. SOTICB IB HERBBT GIVEN THAT THE texee on the proceeds of the mine, ol ,ks county for the qnerter ending Oct. 81,1890, are now dua and payable tc me et my oSceiu Eurekt; end the law In regard to the •am# will bo strictly enforced. O. O. WALLACE. Assessor of Buraks county, Nevada.