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Mitten of Liroly Interest to the General Reader. A neater I’owell returned Thuraday from a rieil at Elko. Tbe Oareoo Mint ia not to ba aboliabed Ibia year, after all tbe talk. Tbe nanal religion! aerrioea will be bold at tbe Catbolie Chnroh to-morrow. Tbe Vaughn murder eaaebaa been trane ferred from Lander to Waahoe county. Tbe only money now made on tbe farm ia by tbe man wbo bolda tbe mortgage. Qovernor Jonea' condition ia improving daily, and be will aoon return lo Carton. St. Jobn'a Chapter No. 5, K. A. M., meela Ibia (Saturday) eveniog at 7 o’clock Leap year will not come agaio for tight jeara. A long time to wait, ain't it glrla ? Superintendent Colton, of tbe Eureka and Paliaade Railroad, baa gone on a viell to California. Tbe public acboola of DeLamar, Lincoln oouuty, are cloeed on acoount of an epi demic of meaelee. Have you tried tbe " Siloed Oold Rand Bacon ?" It takee tbe whole bakery. Lam bert A Co. keep it. The While Pine Kewe aaya aeveral oanee of auiallpox are reported among tbe In diana around Ely. A Stale Teachere’ loatitute will be held in Reno commencing April 6th and con tinuing for five daya. There will be a meeting of tbe P. A A. M. and I. O. O. P. Hall Trotleea at 12 o'olook if. to- morrow. Tbe trial of donee, tbe alleged Mint bull ion thief, will come up lo Ibe C. 8 court at Caraon next Monday. Deputy Poelmaaler Bartlett baa been laid up with a aevere cold aince bia return from Montgomery Dietriot. Tba Courier aaya Ibe cattle and abeap that are graxing in tbe valleya aoutb of Belmont are in fine condition. Tbe Skstisil acknowledgea tbe receipt of a copy of tbe Mineral Reaourcea of tLe United Statee for tbe yeara 161)4-5. Tbe laleal New York quotation of ailver iaUSSc; Lead —New York Metal Exchange, S3 22New York Brokera, S3 12H. Tbe Reveille aaya there baa been more poker playing in Auelin durlog the laat month than for a number of yeara paat. Tbe lteacue Hoee boya arc making great preparation for their ball, which takea place on tba evening of tbe 17lb of March. Tbe Lode aaya tbe building boom baa aet in at DeLamar. Three rawmilla are kept bnay aupplying tbe demanda for lorn bar. Ivan Kovalev waa banged at Folaom priaon laat week for the murder of Mr. and Mta. P. II. L. Webber xt Sacramento. Cal. Cbarley May, Revenue Colleelor for tbie dietriot, arrived here laat Saturday and left on Monday for tbe eaalern part of tbe State. Tbe annual meeting of tba atockboldere of tba Ruby Hill Tunnal and Mining Com pany will be held on Monday, March 23d. See adveriiaement. Thera will be a epecial buelneae meeting of tbe Eureka Social Club to-morrow (Sun day) at 1 o'clock r. if. All membera are reqnetted lo attend. Word cornea from Butte, Montana, that Mllea Finlan, an old Comatoekar, baa leaaed a portion of Ibe Aoaeooda mine and ia making money rapidly. Laodar county baa bean almoil bank rupted over tbe Vaughn eaaa, and now with another murder trial on band, bar floanoea will be at a low ebb. We acknowledge tba reoelpt of tba eighth annual report of tbe Nevada State Weather Servian for tbe year ending December SI, 1625, 0. W. Friend, Direotor. Tba following paraona are expected to re turn borne by tbla afternoon'a train: Judge A L. Fitzgerald, Don. Tbomaa Wren and family, and Aotlng Oovarnor Sadler. And now aome of our looal weather pro phet! aay that tbe open Winter ao far maana that wa are to have a foot of anow lo Marob. Tba country needa it.—Ex. There will be a mealing of tbe Board of County Oommiaeionera next Monday. Par ana! having Lille agalnat Ibe county abould prevent them at tbe Clark'a office to-day. Wm. Laurenaon, of Ely, Wblle Pine oounty, paaaad a aucceaaful examination before tba Supreme Court a few daya ago to praotioe law In all tba court! of tbla Stale, Aa will ba aeen by oarJ under " New To day," Barton J. Powell, pbyaloian and aur gaon, baa opened an office in tbe Sextixei, building, where ba will praolloe bia pro feaaion, Tbe boya bare been having lota of fun tbeae moonlight nigbta In oatcblug and Impounding tbe atray hoga that roam about tbe atreeta, tor wbiob they reoelve 50 oenta per head. " Cigarette BUI," a familiar cbaraoter about town, aaya tbe Canon Xewe, waa taken out to tbe poor farm laat week. He haa made bia eacape and up lo ibia lime baa not been found. Plocbe Record: If tbe old algn that, " when aporling ia lively Ibe town la ou tba improve," bolda good, DeLamar moat be Improving. Tbe boya have made It lively ainoe tba paydaje. A 12-year-old boy waa arreeted tbe other day at Caraon for atealing bread from a bakery wagon. When brought to court be admitted bia guilt, but aaid be waa ao hun gry be oouldn'l help it. unr pieaaant weather waa Interrupted on Wedneadap bp a alight ihower of rain, and on Thuradap night bp jnat enow enough to whiten the ground. Yeaterdep the indioationa were fur fair weather. The Fitaaimmone-Meher tight took place on Friday of laet week juat acroaa the Kio Urande from Langtry, Texan, on Mexican eoil. Filiainimona put bia man out in the drat tonnd in one minute and 35 aeconda. Twenty-Ore yeara ago to-day - Feb. 13, 1871- the corner atone of the Han F'ran oiaoo new City Hall” waa laid. The atruoture waa to coat *1,000,000. It hat ooat over *5,000,000 and la not yet dniahed. Filzaimmona reluaea to dghl Oorbetl. He aapa, “ let Corbett whip Maher or Chopnakl before he apeaka to me or aaka me to dght him.” The Htate National Hank at El l'aao turoad over *10,000 to Filzaimmona. A Miaeourl woman baa juat reoorerod *1,500 from a wealthy neighbor who kiaaed her agaiuat her ooneeol. The number of timea ha kiaaed her ia notatated, but if ahe la a aery pretty woman It muat bare been abont ten timea, E. Hammond, who haa been engaged in ranching in thia oountp for the paat dfteen jaara, baa gone to Uiko, Linoolu eoouty, where be will engage in the tame kind ol bnelneee. Mr. Hammond la a good oitiaei and an boneet man. Reno Journal: A big department etore ii one of tbe near poeelbilitlee for Reno. Nearly every line will be repreeanted, and tbe etore will ooonpy two floor! on Vir ginia atreet, and will give employment to from 35 to 50 people. Caraon Appeal: Mra. Stockton tnrna oat to be tbe woman who will admit that ahe waa Intimate with Rev. Brown. Tbe main trouble witb tbe clergy appeara to be that they are unable to dlelingoiah between a " »»fe” Woman and one who kieeea and telle. K. Ryland. formerly of Eureka, has pur chased of William Tbompsoo the property known as the Thompson building, on Vir ginia street. General Powning. who was supposed to have bought it the other day, has relinquished bis claim. The consider ation was 920,000. There will be a called meeting of Eureka Lodge No. 16. F. A A. M , this (Saturday) evening at half past 6 o'clock, for the pur pose of conferring the seoond degree. All members and visiting brethren are cor dially invited to attend. By order of tbe Worshipfol Master. The team of Morris Regli, the dairyman, ran away last Monday morning, and was not overtaken until it had gone nearly two miles on tbe road homeward. Tbe run away was caused by the horses b60omiug frightened by the exploding of firecrackers in Chinatown. No damage was done to the horses, wagon or Its contents Tbs Belmont Courier has a letter from Montgomery Distrlot, Nye county,in which tbe writer says that •• everything here is lovely and the goose hangs high." The writer also states that tbe gold mines sre looking tiptop, and it Is expected that a large number of meu will be employed by the mine owners in tbe near fatore. Dr. James Williams, who baa success folly practiced medicine and surgery io Eureka for tbe past twenty-four years, left oo Monday last for Kao Fraociaco, where be will remain for some time aud then visit in tbe East. Tbe doetor'e numerous frieods regret exceedingly his departure from among them, and hops, during bis extended visit, that his lines will be cast io pleasant places. no!«t:vr a a u niirt; n:ji r. The following story is told in the 8. K. I'oet: No State in the friiou ever had three atich picturesque, honest and compe tent men occupying State office* at one time a* Nevada, declared an old poli tician, when L. R. Bradley, an old cat tleman and millionaire, w a* Governor; Jerry Schooling, an old blacksmith, State Treasurer, and Bill Hobart, a prospector, a* Comptroller. Once, when the Legislature refused to pas* the appropriation bill so that an extra session would have to be called, Gov. Bradley went to Treasurer Schooling and asked bow much it would take to run the State Government two years. He was told half a million dol lars. ” Then,’’ said he, ” tell those blamed scoundrels to go to the devil with their appropriation bill. I’ll ran her myself two years.” The bill was passed. Once old Jerry Schooling bundled $500,000 worth of State bonds into bis old carpet sack and brought them to San Francisco to sell for State purpo ses. He stopped at the old Cosmopol itan Hotel, on Sansome and Bush streets, snd as he was preparing to leave for home he asked the landlord to loan him $40. He knew of Jerry's mission and that it had been success ful. ” What do you want of $40?” he isked. " You have a carpet sack full af gold and currency.” " Yes, but that belongs to the State. Suppose I should take $40 of that and the cars should run off the track, and the people of Nevada find old Jerry Schooling all smashed, and when they lound the grip sack and counted over the money they would find it $40 short. What then? Not much. The people af Nevada will never ketch old Jerry Schooling embexxling. Let me have $40, won’t you?” Mevittla Horm. The Salt Lake Tribune of the 24th inst. lias the following: The three cars if coach horses loaded by Hon. A. C. Cleveland at Oasis last Friday, were [rom his White Fine, Nevada, ranch, 150 miles or so west of the loading point. They were well-bred, special purpose animals, weighing from 1,150 to 1,300 pounds, and will sell at Den ver for use in and about Cripple Creek, probably. Shipping horses to Colo rado would seem to have the appear ance of "Carrying coals to Newcastle,” were it not for the fact that the air at the gold camp is said to be fatally thin lor the native product. Whether these big coachers will fare any better there jr not remains to be seen. The Union FaciHc caught the shipment—in and 3Ut. Opposed to Prise Flahllng. Acting Governor Sadler sent the fol lowing reply to the New York Journal in res|>oiiee to an inquiry regarding the popular sentimeut in Nevada re garding prize fights: Carson City, Feb. 19, 1890.—The feeling of our people is against brutal prize tights. Tho laws of this State make prize fighting a felony, and it diould be perpetually prohibited throughout the United States. It is hoped the K1 Faso fight will be pre vented. K. Sadism, Acting Governor. 4'arsou laalirt. I lore is tlie way the Appeal sizes tip the situation at Carson : If a man has a pull he will never see the inBide of a Carson jail. He may rob the widow and orphan, steal whole blocks of prop erty, perjure himtelf when the As aossor comes around, bribe juries, cor rupt witnesses and be an all round scallawag, but if he has the "dead wood” on somebody he is all right. Jails in this end of the State are only made for poor people who have no pull. riOM CA1UN TO Kl.liO. The Wails worth Dispatch having given publicity to certain rumors re garding the proposed removal o( the Carlin roundhouse, shops, other build ings and yards to Elko by the railroad company there is no longer any reason why the pa|>ers of Elko should be silent on the proposition. ror the information of those who might lie misled by the Dispatch ar ticle, the Independent will stato that the people of Klko have from time to time heard rumors of a contemplated change by the railroad company of their terminal buildings at Carlin to Klko. Acting upon these rumors the citizens sent a petition to Manager Fillmore, through Superintendent Ag ler, offering the railroad company a sum of money and certain material as a bonus to move the shops and other buildings to Klko. In a fewdays a re ply was received from manager Fill more stating that if the people of Klko would subscribe a certain amount of money and furnish a certain amount of material, he would recommend the hoard of Directors tomake thechange. .Several meetings were held and the matter thoroughly discussed before any steps were taken. An organization was perfected and W.T. Smith, Kdgar Keinheart and M. H. Miller, three of our most prominent business men were elected trustees to conduct negotiations with the railroad company. In addi tion to the trustees, a committee, con sisting of Thomas Hunter, Frank Fer nald, James Dewar, K. C. Jones and A. W. I lesson, was ap|>ointed to can vass the town and surrounding valleys for subscriptions to this fund. The committee was appointed at a meeting held last Friday night, which was attended by nearly all of the busi ness men of the town. Subscriptions to the fund were called for at this meet ing and $3,150 were pledged in a very short time by those present. The com mittee began work on Saturday, and met with such success that the Inde pendent lias no hesitation in saying that the amount asked for will be ready whenever the railroad company calls for it, ami Superintendent Agler has been notified to that effect. me ranroau snops and oilier Dunn ings now at Carlin are very much in need of repairs and it will coat almost as much to place them in proper con dition aa it will to move them to K.lko and erect new buildings. Thia is the cause for the move on the part of the company. The people of Elko, believ ing the change would greatly benefit the town, have met the railroad com pany in the proper spirit and will leave nothing undone so far as the money asked for is concerned, to accomplish the removal and maintenance of the shops at Elko. This matter has not been mentioned in the Elko papers before for the reason that it was thought best not to give publicity to it until it was known whether the amount of money required could be raised among our people. There being no further doubt on that proposition, the facts are given to the public. I'omilopk Mines to Close Sundays. The Virginia Enterprise says: To day is probably the last Sunday on which the Comstock mines will be worked. Yesterday the miners work ing in the Comstock mines and at the Brunswick lode were notified that, commencing with next Sunday, the first Sunday In March, tho mines would be dosed down Saturday night and would not resume operations until Mon day morning. This is a ne w-departure here on the Comstock, and doubtless is inaugurated for the sake of economy. It is generally well received by the miners, the majority of whom will wel come one day out of seven as a day of rest and recreation. The Comstock mines have never closed down on Sun day, but the mines of all other big camps closo one day out of the seven. Mr. H. McCain says: “The Silver Medal Flour is better than any I have used and I shall use no other.” A Ureal Mlulua Camp. The Salt Lake Tribune says the in dications all point to a great raining camp at Mercur, jiossibly as great as any in the world. The majority of the solid business men of this city aro do ing very little to either develop or ad vertise its possibilities. Still it is a plain case that if it should become one of the foremost raining districts of this or any other country, Salt Lake City would be the chief beneficiary. In Col orado such a camp would fill the news papers every morning, and every man in Denver would be shouting its praises. The result would Help Den ver and Mercur both. Things are done differently on this side of the mountains. Ketireil From t'omiunml. The retirement of Ballington Booth and wife, Maud B. Booth, from the command of the Salvation Array of the United States on an imperative de mand from international headquarters, is announced in an address issued by them to-day. They say that they will accept no other appointment, and that their removal is due to antagonism aroused in England on account of their having almost completely American ized the Salvation Army in this coun try. -^ - Thm Bft«r Muppljr. It is estimated that there are but 17, 500 head of beef cattle this side of the mountains. It is said that Shasta Val ley is about cleaned up, and if Cali fornia must depend upon this section for three months beef supply, when they use about 1,200 head a day, it looks as if they would be compelled to pay a little more for them than they have been paying.—Keno Gazette. ' y - - - THE. HIM OF WVRIliTINS. I assert that it is the doty of the good honsewife to keep down the appetite of her husband, writes the Rev. F. 8. Root in the Ladies’ Home Journal. Particularly is this necessary in the cases of well to do professional and business men. In the families of me chanics earning low wages such a warn ing is almost wholly unnecessary, but it may be said of most men in good circumstances that they eat too freely of rich food. If men would begin care ful and systematic physical culture in early youth and continue the practice through life, good health would be the result. Beyond the age of 4(1—at a period when so many are physically lazy— the superior value of exercise is appa rent, but ordinarily this is just the time when the hygiene of athletics is neg lected. There is no reason why a punching hag, rowing machine, pulley weights and other apparatus should be relegated to college boys and clerks. But, having done a good deal of work in his time, it is almost impossible to liersuade a business or professional man turning 40 to give any sort of at tention to physical culture if such train ing has been previously neglected. Hence I say it is the duty of a woman to keep from her husband all rich com pounds that will ultimately ruin his digestion. High feeding is occasionally neutralized by hard exercise, but in the absence of the latter it is mischievous in the extreme. If your husband will stand the treatment, begin by switch ing off from the heavy breakfast of steak, hot rolls, potatoes, etc., and set before him eggs on toast, oatmeal and cofTee. Mrs. Fletcher writes her sister: “I have tried the Silver Medal F'lour and like it as well as any.” Ills Own Dang liter. A story which revealsone of the hor rible phases of slavery as it was one time practiced in the Southern States has just come to light at Oglethorpe, Georgia. John Mimras, a substantial negro farmer took to himself a wife. The woman was much his junior, but it seemed to be a case of love at first sight. They were married, and there was happiness in their home until a few days ago, when he and his wife went to visit his mother-in-law at Grangtr ville. It was then that he discovered that his mother-in-law was one of his old-time slavery wives, and that Lizzie Harmon, the woman to whom he had been married several months, was his own daughter. It is said that the rev elation has so preyed on the mind of the old man that he will have to be sent to an asylum. A Me>l«l Love (.•tier. The Independent publishes the fol lowing effusion from an Elko swain to the idol of his heart: Deabest Sweetest : My love for you is stronger than coffee or the kick of a cow. Sensations of exquisite joy go through me like cohorts of ants through an army cracker and caper over my heart like a young goat over a stable root. I feel as if I could lift myself with my boot straps to the height of a church steeple. As a lean pup bankers after sweet milk, so I hanker after your presence. As a gosling swimmeth in a mud puddle, so do I swim in a sea of delightfulness when you are near me. My heart oscillates like a sieve in a fanning mill and my eyes stand open like cellar doors in a country town; if my love is not reciprocated I will pine away and die like a poisoned bedbug and you can catch a cold over ray grave. Suit l ine Nlulug DUIrlft The DeLamar Lode says encouraging reports are heard from every source in and about the newly organized State Line Mining District. A party of Ce dar City's most enterprising citizens arrived on the 10th instant with the County Surveyor, and a townsite was surveyed and christened Bonanza. A general merchandise store is to be im mediately started. It is believed that before the expiration of the present leases, it will show the foundation of a permanent mining camp established on the western border of the State of Utah. Mr. Wm. Smiley, of Deeth, Nevada, says: “ We have used the Silver Medal Flour and like it first rate.” Contemptible Business. Some malicious persons in Bodie have been amusing themselves lately by writing letters to ranchers along Sweetwater and Walker rivers and or dering large quantities of beef. The names of prominent business men are signed to these letters and the unsus pecting ranchers have taken the beef to Bodie, only to learn that the orders were forgeries. P. J. Conway and Nel son Poll are among the victims, and they now offer a reward of $150 for the arrest of the culprits. Urml ICeUuctlou Iu Price*. W. J. Smith takes pleasure iu an nouncing that he is making great re ductions iu prices of stationery aud nov elties at the Postoflice Stationery Store, •fust received, a tine line of stationery, which is offered at greatly reduced prices. Please call and examine goods. Rail ol Honor. Following is the roll of honor of the Antelope public school for the month of January: Lizzie Morrison, 99 per cent; Mary Morrison, 98.6; Kmma Kichard, 98; Tom Allison, 96; Mamie George, 96. Minnie L. Map, Teacher. Use Silver Medal Flour, and keep your money in the country ; its better than any other Hour. BAWHir HITAL-riOS 100 TO a* pounds of babbit u.etal fev tale it the Binuu •*<*. Baraks ftatada. ■sllrlm Hoodlum* The Keno Journal haa the following to say regarding some of the rising generation of Keno: The young hood lums in town were on the rampage last Friday night, and, from reports, doubtless committed a number of dep redations, and if sufficient evidence can be procured, they will be sent to the county jail for some time and i>os sibly to the Carson penitentiary. At the residence of W. I). Phillips a social evening was in progress, at which a number of voung folks were in attend ance. Thehoodlumsmadethemselves so obnoxious that Mrs. Phillips was compelled to remonstrate with them, but was met with jeers and laughter. She was finally compelled to send for officers to protect her household and the guests of her daughters from insult. But even while wating for the officers a window in the rear of the house was forced open and a quantity of edibles were stolen. These scatnps kept the whole neighborhood in that part of the town in commotion for an hour or two. Fnrsnesl by a lirmu. How many suicides, think yon, reader, hare been oommitted by persons driven distraught and hunted to their doom by the demon of cbronlo 111 health? Count less. For instance, we know, do we not, that hypochondriasis is a monomania—a sort of minor madness prodooed by obron ic dyspepsia? Again, insomnia, or sleep lessness, often a result of the same cause, oulminates in a derangement of the reas oning faculties. It is, therefore, of mo mentous oonsequence to prevent the arri val of disease at its ohronio phase, when it daily and nightly sconrges the sufferer to a dangerously uncertain goal. No medi cine known to science, as a means of ar resting the maladies to which it is adapted, exists equal to Hostetler’s Stomach Bit ters. Among these oomplaints ars chronic indigestion and insomnia, kidney and rbeumatio aliments, constipation and liver trouble Appetite is improved by the Bit ters, the blood fertilised, and bodily sub stance and vigor increased by it. Clairvoyant Kmainlnailooe Free. Our method of diagnosing diseases com bines the benedts of thirty years of study and practical experience with the latest and best that progressive scienoe can fur nish, aided by those wonderful intuitive perceptions which lie at the base of all trne knowledge. We will give your case special examination, and will send you a full diag nosis free of expense, Address Du. E. F. BtOTEariELD, Syrsouso, N. Y. Enolose look of hair with name and age. • Poetofllce Book, Rtalltaerj anil Variety Ntore. We have jail reoeived e fall eeiortmeot of floe etetiooery, bate belli, merblee, tope; freeb gerdeo teedt oooeteotly oo bead; feelher daelert, playing oerde, tootb pioke, toilet paper; a floe eeiortmeot of peoe, iflke, elbame, aorep bookt, perfumery, bird oegee, ell klode of eohool bookt eod eobool tappliee, bleok bookt, memoreadam booke, eod ell klode of teblete; e oomplete eeiortmeot of oatlery, pipee, olgerettee, floe tmoklog eod ehewlog tobeeoo of ell the leediog breode. Floe olgert e epeolelty. k fall lioe of loyi, dalle, eod everything elee pertaining lo e flrtl-oleei variety etore. Everytbiog told at tbe loweet prloee. W. J. Smith, * Proprietor. Delinquent Sale Notice. Bob? Hill Tanaol anil Mining Com PMF. Location or principal place op business, Eureka, Eureka county, Ne vada. Location of worka, Eureka Mining Dlatriot Eureka county, State of Nevada. Notice- There are delinquent upon the fol lowing deeoribed stock, on account of assess u-ent (No. 26) the several amounts set oppo site the namee of the respective shareholders, ea follows: No. No Names. Cert. 8harea. Amt. Berg B.. 848 1000 $10 00 Bartlett U J. 861 600 6 00 Bartlett Mm M B. 378 2000 80 00 Broy C L. 89 8000 80 00 Betti Peter. 363 200 2 00 Bulloch II S. 899 100 1 00 Baird JJ. 406 500 6 00 Baird JJ. 412 685 6 25 Creaaor James. 168 100 1 00 Corenke G A. 291 6000 60 00 Oorenke G A .S98 1000 10 00 Oorenke G A. 895 400 4 00 Oorenke OA.„,. 420 600 6 00 Oorenke G A... 460 700 7 00 Fraser Alex. 448 1000 10 00 Garrett J F. 446 60 10 Huebner John. 403 3600 85 00 Huebner John. 444 900 9 0u Ilill J N. 292 1400 14 00 Bill J N. 319 1000 10 00 JoanneeWm . 298 100 1 00 JoauneaWm. 306 60 60 JoanneeWm. 833 100 1 00 Levy W. 318 200 9 00 Lewis D ■. 824 100 1 00 Macaulay Jessie. 463 600 6 00 Macaulay Jeaaie. 454 600 6 00 Macaulay Jeaaie. 466 600 5 00 Macaulay Jeaaie. 466 600 5 00 Macaulay Jeaaie.'.. 457 770 7 70 Morris James. 312 600 5 00 Miller Fred. 442 1000 10 00 McLeod John. 196 60C 5 00 McNiool Don. 400 100 1 00 Owen J NR. 77 400 400 Owen J N R. 241 100 1 00 Orr E F. 115 100 1 00 Sadler R. 424 7880 78 80 Stulfoot Adam. 426 100 1 00 Stulfoot Adam. 434 1000 10 00 Tognini Joa. 406 3360 33 50 Torre John. 374 3750 87 60 Torre John. 461 150 1 5Q Trembly Chas. 468 WOO 80 00 Trembly Chas. 459 800 8 00 Vanina Joe.32f 800 2 00 Williams John 1. 187 500 5 00 Xanoli Gabriel. 404 3350 33 60 And In accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 4th day of Jan. 1806, so many shares of each parcel of such stock aa may be necessary will be sold at public auction at the office of the company, By land’s Building, Eureka, Nevada, on Halurday, tin* 29ili day or Febrsa ary, leaves. At the hour of 1 o’clock r. u. of said day. to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with cost of advertising and expenses of the sale, B. H. McEWEN, Secretary. Office—Hyland's Building, Eureka, Nevada Conk,. Ju. 34. 1«M j»3S-M F. H. HARMON, Attuihit at i.aw a«b wo. Ury I'abllc. Oflloa—Ryland'a Balldlni. Bateman a tree I. oppcalta the Jack ton Houaa, Euieka, Kavada Pocket Knives —i and Scissors I We will send FREE either a ___ large 2-blade Pocket Knife fl W 'm "W'^R with etag handle, OH, a pair IB |<t lit of 7-inch full Nickel Soiseors Bw B^^ Bn Bn ?uUITnoS.** W b* b**1 J For J “ “TL , t 9 Coupon* tod 40 ceatM. Tm WO] And on* wmpoB laafda M0h t mbm w and two coupona Inalda atoh 4 ounoa h** i BLACKWELL’S GENUINE DURHAM TOBACCO. Som4 Comp—l wkb Homo —4 A4inu to BLACKWELL'S DUKHAN TOBACCO 00., umim h c> tjwX0f thU Celebrated Smoking Tobacco ami read the coupon which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. ‘iHfiWBMWv a cknt stamps acciptio. A SYNOPSIS OF THE LAW The Moat Important Sections of the Act Given in Brief Form. A DOCUMENT THAT SHOULD BE CARE FULLY READ BY ALL. The Violation of Many of Its Proviaioni Pnnlihable by Imprisonment In the State's Prison. •ball be criminally liable, and it an offiear be ehtll forfeit bis office, and If not an offioer bul elec lad he eball forfeit hi# offioo. Section IS provides that any ciliaen may contest tbe right of uj one to ah offioe. Section 17 prorldee that any person con Tided of a felony nnder nay of Iho pro riaioni of (bit not shall be deprired of tht right to role. Section 18 prescribes tbe dotiea of Dla triol Attorney! under tbe precisions of tbia act nod for the employment of assistant ' oonnael. Saetioa 19 makes It unlawful for nay person to pay, lend or oontrlbnta any money to any roter or to any other per son lo Indues a rotor lo roto or refrain from roting or to rote or refrain from roliog for any particular person or on ao ooonl of any roter baring roled or re frained from roliog for any partlonlar person, or to gire, offer or promise any office, piece or employment or promise to procure tbe same to induce any roter to rote or refrain from roting, or to roto or refrain from roting for a pnrticnlnr per son or to ittempt to infloeooe the roto of any roter by iatimatiog that bis present or tutors employment is depended upon tbe election of a partlonlar person, or to make any gift, loan, promiee, offer, pro curement or agreement to, for or with any person in order to induce inch person to procure or sndearor to proonre tbe elec tion of soy person or to pay or eanaa to be paid aay money or other ralnable thing with tbe intent that it shall be osed In bribers or to rspsy money used in bribery, or to pay or came to be paid any money to or for tbe nse of any person in consid eration of being nominated or indoreed aa a candidate of any conrention, organised assembly or other body claiming to repre sent a political party or in consideration of any person withdrawing •• a candidate. It turtber prorides that any person rlo lating any of tbs precisions of this sec tion shell be punishable by imprisonment in tbe Slale't priton. Seolion 90 makes it unlawful for any person to rscsirs or contrnot to rsoeiro any monay, gift, loan or otbar valuable thing, offioe, place or employment for him self or say other person for roting or agreeing lo rote or for coming or agreeing to corns to tbe polle or from refraining or agreeing to refrain from roting foe any particular parson or to rsoalra any money or other ralnable thing during or after so election cither for blmaelf or any other perton for roting or baring refrained from roting for any pnrticnlnr person or on aoconnl of blmtelf or any other parson baring coma to or remained away from tba polls or on account of baring indnoad a person to role or refrain from roling for any particular person, or to racoira any money or otbar ralnabla thing on accono t of blmtalf or any otbar person baring roted to teenra tba election or Indorse msol of any psrsoo aa tbs nomlnsa or can didate of any oonrsotlon, organized assembly of deiegalaa or other body tap resenting or claiming to represent n politi cal party or principle or aay olnb, eooiety or association or for baring aided la asoor ing lbs selection or indorsement of any perton as a nominee or candidate. It farther prorldee that any parson clo uting any of lha precisions of Ibis tac tion shall be punishable by imprieonmanl in the mate’s prison. Section 94 prorides (bat any person who glees or oflsrs s bribe to soy member of any leglslatira body, oanena, political con vention, commutes, or at a primary also lion or political gathering for Iba purpose nf infloenciog tba person to whom thg bribe Is offered to be mors fsrorsble to one candidate than another, and any mem ber of either of said bodies wbo rsoelrtl or offers to rseelrs a bribe aball be pun ishable by imprisonment in tba State’s orison. Following is a synopsis of the "Act to Promote the Pority of Elections,” ap proved Maroh 10, 1893, Statutes of Ne vada, pages 93 to 106 inclnsive. Section 1 of the aot provides that at the time of filing a certificate of nomination the persons signing it shall also file with it the names of five persons to act as a committee to receive and expend all moneys furnished or expended to promote the election of the candidate or candidates named In the certificate exoept the limited amount that a candidate is permitted un der the law to spend in his own behalf. It further provides that a similar com mittee appointed for that purpose shall have the exclusive custody of all moneys raised for the benefit of the "political party, organized assemblage or body of candidates represented by the committee and shall disburse the same under the di rection of the superior authority to which it is subject if there be any.” Beoliou 3 provides that all oommitteea appointed under the provisions of seotlon 1 shall within twenty-one days after the official canvass of the election retnrns file an Itemized statement verified by each member of the oommlttee, showing all moneys reoelved for eleotion purposes with the name of eaoh contributor and an item ized statement of all moneys expended andtbe names of the persons to whom they were paid and the purposes tor whieh they were paid. It furtber provides that this statement shall be filed in the offioe that the certifi cates of nominatloda are filed in and shall be open to publlo inspection. Seotion 3 provides that every oandldate within fifteen days after eleelion shall file an itemized statement, verified as follows : State of Nevada, County of-, as. i (name;, Bating Deen a candidate tor tbe office of-at tbe eieotion held in -on the-day of-, 18-* do solemnly swear that tbe foregoiDg state ment is a full and true account of all moneys expended by me or in my behalf in said eieotion, and that exoept as herein stated, I have not, nor to tbe beet of my knowledge and belief, has any person, olnb, society or association, on my behalf, direolly or indireolly made any payment or given, promised or offered any reward, office, or employment, or valaable consid eration, or incurred any liability, on ao oount of, or in respect of the condnot or management of the eaid eieotion, exoept suob moneys as may have been paid to or expended by tbe oommittee seleoted as pre scribed by tbe aot of the Legislature of this State [approved Maroh 16, 1895]. Aod I furthermore solemnly swear that, exoept aa aforesaid, no money, eeourity, or equivalent for money has to my knowledge or belief been paid, advanced, given or de posited by any one, to or in the hands of myself, or any other person, for tbe pnr pose of defraying any expenses incurred on my behalf, or in aid of my eieotion, or on aoooont of or in respect of the conduot or management of the said eieotion. And I further solemnly swear that I will not at any future time, make, or be a party to tbe making or giving of any payment, re ward, office, employment or valuable con sideration for the pm pose of defraying any suob expenses a* last mentioned, or provide or be a party to the providing of any money, seonrity of equivalent for money for the purpose of defraying any such expenses. Seotion 4 provides that a candidate neg lecting to make the statement required by section 8, or who makes a false state ment if elected, shall forfeit ms office, AND IF AT THE TIME HE IS HOLDINO OFFICE HE SHALL FORFEIT THE OFFICE HE HOLDS. It is further provided that no oartifioate of eieotion shall be issued to him and no official bond shall be accepted from him. Seotion 5 provides that no mouey shall be paid for election purposes by a candi date or a oommittee either before or after election exoept for publio meetings, print ing, advertising, circulating specimen bal lots, band bills and other equally legiti mate expenses; the expenditures not to exceed $100 if made by a candidate or $600 if made by a oommittee. Numerous other provisions are contained in this seotion limiting the amount that may be expended by a candidate or in his behalf. Seotion 8 provides that no money shall be paid or expeose incurred by any person for election purposes except by a candi date or oommittee selected under seotion 1 or tbe superior authority to which the committee is subject. It further provides that money expended must be paid out of the funds in the bauds of a oommittee or by a candidate. It further provides that any contract made in violation of the aot shall be absolutely void. Section 11 provides that no candi date shall pay, lend or contribute any mouey or other valuable thing for the purpose of shielding any person who has been guilty of a crime against tbe eleo live frauebise or for services rendered iu securing Ibe nomination of the candidate except to pay the legal expense of a pri mary eieotion or tbe expense of circulating a nominating petition for signatures, or pay. leod or contribute any mouey or offer to do it to secure tbe withdrawal of a can didate or for any purpose in contravention of the provisions of this act, or expend more money than he is authorised to ex pend by this act, or to refuse or neglect to die tbe statement required by this act. It further provides that tbe candidate who yiolatss the provisions of this aot Section 29 provide* toil any perion vio lating tbe more important provialoni ol tbia act may be oompelled to teetUy again*! accomplice*. Section 96 prohibit* employer* from oaiog threat*. Intimidation or any otber improper meena to influence the vote* of hia employ**. Tkl* aection appllea to cor poration* aa well aa individual*. Tbe vio lation of any of it* numerou* proviaiona ia made a miademeanor, and ita violation by a corporation work* a forfeiture of lta charter. .... . . Tbia ie only a aynopei* of tbe moat im portant aection* of tbe aot. It oontaina a great number of otber proviaiona. It cov er* thirteen pagf* of the Statute* and pub tiahed in full would oconpy aeven column* of tbe Sestikei..__ ELECTRM IN MINING. -paVNAMOS AKD MOTORS FOB (JCARTZ Mill*. Hoiating, Pumping and all kind* of Mining work. ELECTRICAL ENGINEEHW8 CO., S4 and tt Main Street. ,.l »aa Fraaeleen. 4al. 1100 Reward! » T A MEETING Of THE Bl BY HILL TCN A gel and Mining Company, held January 37th. itdo, it waa reeolved that $100 reward ba paid to any pereou who will giro Information that will lead to the erreat and conviction of any pereou or pereona who recently tr he into the tnnuel. the blackemlth shop and the board lng bouae of raid company and deatroyed and carried otf property therefrom. BE. McE WEN,Secretary. Eureka, Jan. 28, 189*. fi lm —~ ^ IT 8 r^ms-1 m ilOB PASSAGE AN1> FRfclUBT TO ' lb* new Placer Gold Mines of Alas ka, apply to 0. P. LAPP, at the Gan Store, Vo 9 Third street.San Francisco, Gal. Fare, $60. Freight. $10 per ton. FOR SALE. House, furniture, good cooking Store, tie., (or oolo. Apply to uJ-lf tun, tU(U, Nob aui.