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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
rUlltAV, MUVKMBKK 5, 1S7&. STOCK REPORT. ■•a PraaeiMa Stuck Kxclianie. Sab Kraboibco. Nor. 4. nomLiu board. 1543 0phir—'!8V 88 S 89 310 Mexican -MS MS Vi'4 lO’SbS 37D Gould X Curry—MS 13S 13X 1S'< i)03 ltort at lielchor — 38S UBS oeS 39 12 ) Suva.e - 31 *i 123 Chollar—37 37S 30 58 413 Crown I’uint—23 23'4 23S 27S 4S> Yellow laoKet—t)1 l> 01 34,S |i!3 Imperial— 'J O'A 8H 8S 1M) Empire Mill—3 3S 8 0 Kuniuck—1 i M'qblO 280 Helchor Mu 18S 18‘2 18S 680 Con. Va.—231 25 > 234 S 2>4 310 S. Neva la-12 * 12 11 S 3730 California- 31S 54% 31 5IS 2*3 Uullion--45 41 121 Exchequer—12 11 10 880 .1 notice SI 2 IS 13 So*. Belcher 70 17) Overman -44 4.1S 48 8*0 Cady Bryan-IS IS 7*3 Union Con.—7S 7S 7S 1% Ml Succor—>5c 100 Caledonia—IIS 13 400 Julia—100 iO 4 US 9S JO Utah—« SiU silver IIUI-0S «S 7 1*0 Knickerbocker -2 70 Baltimore Con.—IS IS 50 Challen*o—3 JW Dayton -AS 8 2S 21) llbode Irian 1—2S 415 21. Y. Con.-IS IS BVKBUG BOARD. (TO Moadow Valley-3 2S 1 0 Ilaymond dt Ely—23S 26 20 Korean Con.-12 50 Jackron I s 2V0 Adam* II>11-230 4*0 tjelmoni 7 c 1 100 Nevada ' 7 ,c 'JUO El Dorado South— 20o 513 K K Con.—3/S 5‘4 110 I'rurriao-I . 1 jin Leo! ard—IIS 11 :iu Jiu raiin— i , (It a-3 b 3H 3* 101 it ia.*ey -7.je 801 lybo-12‘i 40 Advance I1.. ,V«J < Imrtol Mill 1 *00 Ida hiilinort) lOo Oi (•celd-nlal -3 2V0 0. Chariot-1 fOd VVooiiville—2’« 3 J.00d 2H 100 bady A a-b 2 > *40 U. 11. Hill—2 1 >« 410 Amina -H't OH OOi Morula 1 I 2) A -Hi* ar*o— 2)o j «» l.oviath in -2b 2 2*4 2H *00 I'oa uo|ioiitan Ax: 2id Weal .iulnh ir -2 Old Opbir -:■» I 3B‘4 .-48b n»«aW li Hale X .\ ori-rn-a—i*'» 04 )0 0 California—.VI v -VI* ,iin Jiialica 2• 27 2i*4 840 Cro.vn I’olnt— JUaS 20 2* Kicbu juer—lO't 10 2.0 Con. I irvima 2Vi 2V4‘t nil Vcllow .la kct —8tisd 87 88 ’.jU liu| nrial— d't II ■ .'•» .i*e 01 01 *4 ilo liualil i Cnrrv-1VM 18 18* 1 »i Maxi au -Mb l i koriuca- 1114 241 I hollar V* niraal <tintiatlou*-6 p. na. Ophir-.aM; *nla« * Man- an lib bid lioul.l .* Curry—Id bid llmd jc h ! ‘i r— a bid Sava*e—>c« t.c Cbollar-Vi , naloa llale M .boreroaa -3i bid Crown I’olnt 2i*» “at-a letlow Jacket—70 72 *aloi lintierlal—dS bid K <nt ick -13 b bid lblcher—18 ! Con. Vir*iuia 25i bid California it aaloa fci h'iu*r-10 bid Jwtice 2iaalea l nioii Con. 7 bid bad* Hryan I > bid Julia 10 a bid Caledonia lib bid S. Util -7 , Arrival* aid Depart area. al Til* U KKK* 1411 Ptl.IXADK KAILEOAD. Arrivals List Sight. MMcAulay Mra Kerchtcdor «lr* J Corcoran and C A Kennedy <Uu*hier C H hi lriiice ij*Ae#r Mra u.dia and two Jir* Wolla and one cbildr -n John Mi-1 Iona Id John Morriann K A H a«ner local intelligence. • «.7U I..1A. In Addition hi tlui&V-,<OoO forwarded In the Virginia sufferers a few days »Z", our Unltef ('ommltlee yesterday j Mi'graphed $1,534 more, making a to-j tal ot $3,704 50, which the people of I Rntek»»nfl Ituhvllill have contributed Inwards the relief of the sufferers of the ' Krifkctt city. Notwithstanding the j Ittniiiesa ot the times anil the scarcity nf money here, tlie people of the Ikt'P , 8* have evinced a spirit of gener ally which speaks liolter for the dis w*111411 the discovery of a dozen ho By reference to the list of "V'pMons in stiottier colotun. It l*,a l*lfl hardy miners of win... ■ 1,18 l"‘"11Pll.v to the front •li.i er golden offerings, and in fact ^J*1 have acquitted theta-elves , 18 members of theeonn iit tu,*’**rve espeutal credit for tlie r ,"P* a,l<I efficient man tier in which Wt ** , *larKetl their duty. The tol telegraphic correspond in relation in the last remittance: To o it fcURRKA, Nev.. Nov. 4. (ink 5 n ‘ Bkv, Secretary of the Vir in ».i iSi Committee:—Please accept -tkllllnnal suhscriptiou from onr r:LV,ir .534, making a total of iae.Ja,1(I our best wishes for the , W. B. Harkub, Chairman Relict Committee. w Virginia Citt, Nov. 4. «* lh.'.u?Aa^t,B: Aoo«pt onr heart! ^°u **ave rfou® nobly. *• y°nr people are ahead ot all oth - . R. V. Dry, •fecretary Relief Committee. lajj * MKtv,No.-In our apeelal w. **® found a eafl for a meet ly *)8l*ce Beatty’s office to-mor 1^ v®nl"H’ for l(l# pUrp0-e „f <)rtjan WwhJi?*? "’"’I’lny. This is a in at every citizen, and •®U» Property holders, and it the call will lie re IitTlcieiit nnmlier to of ih» meeting, naterial here lor a and such a one ew of our promi vince sufficient In • matter iu haud turnout. I and Trout.—J. P. In daily receipt of ters in cans, and ’kee, which will lie *rs either from his SUBSt'KIHKR* TO THE VIROIXIA KKLIKF .1*1). Eurkka, Nev., Nov. 4,1875. To the Citizens of Eurkka: Your committee, appointed to solicit sub scriptions for tlie relief of the sufferers by the late conflagration at Virginia City, beg to repo: ‘ u, it they have col lected $3,704 50, ns per list annexed, and remitted the* said amount to the Secretary of Virginia Relief Committee: W. B. Harhub, Samuel Goldstone, J. E. Plater, R. Hauler, S. d. Wyman, P. ( 'anaVAN, C. Carpenter, W. S. Keyes, J. C. Morrison. Subscription I.IAt or Eureka for Re lief •! Virginia fcutlerers. Eureka Con. M. (to., $200; employes of Eureka Con. M. Co., $437 50; Rich mond M. Co.. $200; employes of Rich mond n.iue, f 125; emploves of K K mine. $104 50; Geo. riiaclier A Co., $142 50; Eureka A Pal sade R. R. Co., $100; Eureka Lnmlier Co., $75; John E. Plater, $75; W. B. Harriih, $75; H Donnelly, $.50; K K M. Co., $50; re ceipts of entertainment at Bigelow’s hall, $44; D B. Immel, $40; G ddes A Bertrand M. Co., $30; Paxton <fc Co., $100. The following are the names of those who subscribed $'25 each: Maupin A Cromer, W. W. McCoy, John N. (’apron, Meyers A Franklin, W. H. Clark, Joint tshoenbar, Thoma Wren, Bishop A ('arpenter, D. W. Me Ken/.ie, G. Dunkel A Co., Thus. J. Reed. Twenty dollars was donated by each of the following: Mwre A MeDougail, Samuel Gold stone, Hinckley A Lockwood, W. B. Taylor, Snelsinger A Henderson, Judge Cola, Dr. A. (J. Bistiop, Eureka Drug Store Dr. Jas. Williams, Hiram John son. Win. Nichols, Cassidy A Dennis, N. Simonsen, Win. Gillen, Sias A Me I'aully, Fletcher A Morrison, G. Tog nini A Co., It Sadler, Muggini Bros. Ea.:h of the following subscribed $10. Frank Abalie, M. D. Foley, Jaa. oheier, Henry Kind, Geo. Lameraiix, lticbard Itv and, W. A. Montgomery, McD riiiott a Co., W. P. Haskell A C"., II. Knight, P. Evarts. Fred. Fiske, II. Manlieim, G. M. Baker, fills. Hot to, W. H.Stowell, Levine A Simon, M. Young, Dr. L. Terry, Kdwd. Casey, Win. Evans, B. J. Turner, Loewy A Young, Jos. Winzell, McCormack A Bros., J.Mi-Birney, BremankaitipAi>«., Anderson it Wells, |'. It. P. Dioiock. Alex. Betisiinti, Luther Clark, J. ('. Powell, John Horn, Sazerac Saloon, i'l as. Liitieusclilager, J. C. Burlin gan.c. Fred. Barnes, Peter Hanson, Geo. Uhl, Scott A Fowler, J. S. Whit on. S. B. Wyman. Five dollars is the amount sub scribed by each of the following: Fergu m, Alex McKay, G. W. Lam b-ri. Dr. Shultz. Jas. Kyle, D. J. J. M'demgh in, Jas.N. Iteilly, Mrs. Kava iiatuh. Mrs. O’Keefe, W. II. Miller. A. U. Clarke. Geo. F. Bliss. Baker Gray. Bella Wilder, Hardy Bros., II. I). Bul lock. Mike Cody, J. M. Martin, Mrs. D. H. Hall, F. o. Swensson, ( lias. Fnight, S. S. sloss. J. C. Durlev, I). L'indhaiini, W. H. Long, \Vr. II. Diveiuport, Judge Harmon, J.Strauss, "'in. Spinner, Cliss. II. Fiske. Chris. Miirtha A O ».. F. Wittenhurg, Rick A san.lers. Will. Marlin. |g>n. Wines, Patrick Looney, Samuel Cooper. Mne A Kassin. F. D. Dnrkee, John Wilson, i ha*. L Broy, Barney McKiernan, A Hern«. Win. Powell, M. Davids, M, rlmida, Jas. Murphy, P. Steler. J««. Bass, Sol. A*him, Dr, C. Hamilton Eureka Bakery. C. J. Lansing. J. C. Igiekwood, It. II. Eggleston. H. Fried snliiein, M, olierteliter, it. Crosnian, B Fulton, D. Keene. Gen. Emeu green, Geo. Byington. Miss Moolini, Win. c.diins. Sundry siiliseripiions. cash, $146. Total. At 7114 SO. Arrivals and 1>kphtcres.—Many of our local readers will doubt lea* be pleased to learn that hereafter the arriv als and departures o. the preceding day of the K. A P. R. R.. w ill he pub I shed every morning in the Sentinel. When lhe stage company adopted the ticket system in th-> e of way-bills, \<o were unable to <»l. ain this interest ing item <>f news until the completion of the railroad. We have now triad’ arrangements, however, whereby the names of the arriving and departing p i«engers will i>e taken upon the oars and furnished to us for publication. ‘•Tiik branch office of the Alliance Mutual Life Assn ranee Society of the lulled Slates, organized in this city, ii composed of twenty live of our leading citizens, under wliose management, with the unexcelled attractions and Inal it res of the society, a large end In cteasing business has hoen secured.” Dalian (Tex.) Commercial. Ahhim’s Task.—The District Court of Inyo county was to have convened last Monday. The prominent case is that of nark Ashint tor the killing of I’era«lch. The Independent says the ca>e w ill lie tried lit that county, if it is possibly to obtain a.jury. Statistical.—A statistics-gathering lounger who frequents the corner of Main and Clark streets, informs ns that during an hour and twenty min utes, yesterday afternoon, he counted at that crossing twenty-eight ditferent varieties of striped stockings. -♦ Behind Time.— Wednesday night the train from I’alisade was an hour and a hair liehlnd Hme, arriving at the depot hero at 11:30. The delay was caused bv a freight car jumping the track about half a mile the other side of Alpha. Okodks A Bertrand Bullion.—On the 3d Inst, the Geddes A Bertrand shipped to the Richmond refinery 9.930 pounds of bullion. The furnace is still running well, and the mine con tiuuos to yield as usual. Challenge. — Under the head of “New To day,” Alf. Chart* issues a proclamation to the muscular portion of the community of Eureka county. Ti PERSOHAI. Hon. A. J. Blair, of Pioche, was In town last night eu route for the west. Mr, Donnelly, a lightning-slinger of the Western Union, for some time stationed at Pioche, passed through Eureka last night for Reno, where he has been ordered to report for duty. W. H. Duren, of the Schell Creek Range, came In on yesterday’s Hamil ton stage, and will remain in town for some days. Hy Crowell has returned from the Bay. HU family remain at Oakland. Tobe Obenfelder, an old time Eure kan, is tlie father of a bouncing boy. The trouble occurred in San Francisco on the 3d. Jas. T. Mathewson, of Hamilton, was in town last night. He and Su perintendent Everts depart for Cali fornia on to-morrow’s train. Jake Cohn arrived from San Fran cisco on Wednesday night’s train. He hurried along to prepare for the re ception of theiinmenxe stock of Winter good* which he purchased while below. Rashly Imi-oktumatk—Perhaps. ‘‘Mamie,” a woman of the town, who resides on Lower Buel street, !a*t evening created quite a sensation among the denizens of that quarter hy announcing that she had taken a ticket for the other world in the shape of an eighth of an ounce of morphine. Dr. Wiiliains »a* sent for and after considerable difficulty, despite her re sistance, succeeded in pumping her out. Site manifested no symptoms ot a person laboring under a deadly dose of morphine, and the Doctor isstrnng iy of the opinion that she was playing possnm and had taken a no more deadly potion than au overdose of valley tan. Pleasant Residence.—One of the neatest and prettiest residences in town is the one just completed by Charley Brov, on Edwards street. It is of brick, painted and penciled on the outside and the interior is arranged with an eye to elegance and taste, as well as convenience and comfort.* It is tastefully furnished throughout, with tlie exception of a single article, which deficiency, we understand, will tie tilled next Sunday, when the es tablishment will be complete in every particular. “While we feci friendly to all good companies, we are assured by actual figures, tliet the Alliance Mutual Life lias done a larger business in this city, ■luring the pa*t thirty days, than all other companies com Lined. This ster ling company lias taken over 8-kXl,000 of insurance in tliia city during the past lorty days.’’—Salt Lake Daily Tribune, January 14th. IH74. JL-. ■. _ M Special Notick.—A mooting of the Eureka branch of the Alliance Mutual Li'e Aaaur anc Society of tho United State*, will lio hold in tho oTtc« of Mean. 11 illhouse .1 Dav enport, ui this evening, 6th inat., at H o’clock p. u., »'narp. All the member*, and tho*o who are connected with the organization, are rogueatod to bo preaent. Hv order of »V M. AUhlN«JTON, President. A. O. SxaTsiaoi.a. Secretary. no -It Kirk Mrktieo.-There will be r meeting of dtiiena Saturday evening, at 7 o’clock, at 1’. M. Beatty’* office, for the purpoae of 'aking tbo ne<>oa*ary atepa fur the organization of a .ioae Company. All peraona who have bad any expensed ai firemen are partie-ilaily invited to attend. MANY CITIZENS. Ktromsor I’raits.-Membera of Beatific Lodge No. 7, K. of P.t You are hereby noti fied to be and appear at your Ca.atle Hall, rn Monday evenieg. tho bth inaL, at 7'-* o’clo k -burp, in regular con7,>ntion for th-< transac ion of important buainoa*. U. 0. Pawning, iiand Chance l»r, and I'. 11 Mulchav, itr.ind I'ice'.bancol'or, of tho tfrand Juriad ction of Nevada, will visit the Lodge officially. \V. II. HAVEN t’OnT.C. C. Eureka, Nov. 6, IK76. no-tit Thr “Golden Hole,” tho little stow lately darted two doors north of Wells, Fargo k o’s, is the place to find hunting and blanket* lined duck suits; warm, woolon underwear, ancv and plain woolen -nirts, cigars, tobacco, notions, etc., cheap for cash. notf Rriiotau—Having purchased Dr. Lukons’ ity Drug Store, 1 would repectfully an no ince that 1 have on hand a large stock of pat. nt medicines, chemicals, stationery, la ms, chinin.ivs, etc.: ail of which 1 will sell at reasonable prices. Prescriptions carefully co ipoundcd. I have an i.ttice in the rear >t the <tore, w here 1 will treat all casus requir ing m dieal or surgical treatment. Special attention given to chronic cases. Consulta tion. free; charges only for medicines. Give me a call. L. TKKKY, M. D. jyl>tf _ ^ ___ Hrmovsl.— Muldoon’s “Free and Kasy” has been removed from Hue) street to the basement under Whitten’s store, on th« cor ,ier of Main and Clark streets. Those who iosire to pass a pleasant evening and enjoy the I’GGI; ES I' brands of liquors and cigars, will give tho Muldoon a call. olltl MOCII'A. mh4 Thirty Barrels Crfishcd and Granulated Silver, at 17 cents per pound: 50 kits Mack eiol, at SO 50 per kit. for sale at Ashira A Utos. Coin on delivery. o7tf Loixuao-HotsK.- The San Francisco Lodg ing-house, over Cohn Iiro’s store, has been entirely refitted and refurnished. The rooms ire clean and well ventilated; the prices reasonable, and it is tho intention of the -resent proprietress to so conduct tho estab lishment as to merit a liberal proportion of i u blic patronage. o5tfc Ip you don’t know what you want, go to •ho Golden Hole Variety Store and inquire for it. Joe’s stock is now replete with every thing in gent’s furnishing goods, cigars, to bsceo, notions, etc., and he sells AT IP ITTOM FlUCH1CS for CASH. olHtf BoybI—If you want good, warm, Winter underclothing, fancy woolen shirts, tobacco, cigars, or anything in the notion line,CHEAP Foil CASH, go to the little Golden kule Va riety Store, two doors north of Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. o’Jtttf 0. Dunkkl & Co., manufacturers of cassi meres and white shirts and gentlemens’ un derwear. All orders for half a doien each will bo tilled at store rates. Measures taken and true fits guaranteed. Clkar thk Track,—Board per week, $7 00, at Kemp’s, opposite the Kicbmond f urnace. o'JItf I havk this, 1st day of November, purchas ed of J. U. Douglas the saloon formerly oo cupied hy him and known as the -Senatg_jijfc_ Lost.—On Ruby Hill, between tbe school house and Lambert’s store, a (Old chain and cross. The finder will be suitably rewarded by 1 aving it with Mrs. 8. t\ Byrne, at Ruby Hill, or at tbe Bkmtihkl. office. n3tf Just Abbivkd— AtB. F. McEwcn’s, a choice lot of Chicago Creamery Butter, in 9-pound buckets. _ n2tf Dkpot Coach.—I hare purchased a first c'ass coach, which will seat 12 inside, which I will run to tbe depot upon the arrival and de parture of the trains. Passengers railed for and conveyed to any part of tbf town. Pare, 5(1 cents. I have also a three-seated carriage which can be secured upon reasonable terms for parties, funerals, etc. Orders left at the Parker House or Snet singer A Henderson’s store will be promptly l attend, d to. E. 8. VAN HC’SKN. > o31-lw Fubhishkd Rooms to Lbt. ly furnished rooms, single or en suite, to rent to single gentlemen or a family without chil dren. Apply at the residence or store of o2t(tf _C. W. 8CH WAMB. B. F. McEwkh has new Buckwheat Flour and choice Maple Syi up, and new-crop Cran berries, j ust from Chicago. olbtf 8. Ashim A Bbo. to-day received on com mission &0 dosen hand-made hickory ax fa smiles, which they w retail at SO cents each; and wholesale a $5 per doxen. spl7tf! A full line of Qross Jt Blackwell’s jams, jellies, pickles, shrimp and bloater paste, at Taylor's ol9tf • _ Obahqr, marmalade, tomato preserves, and honey in glass jars, and in comb, at Tay lor's. ol9tf A full supply of table fruits, Tahiti lime juice, Toren capers and prunes, at Taylor’s. olHtf MOS'H'H. mh4 MrcHANirs’ and Miners'Tools, of every de scription, cheaper than the lowest, at the Pioneer Cheap Storo of Asbim Bros. sp!7tf Do you like Buckwheat Cakes and Maple Syrup? If you do. just go to B. F. Mc Ewen’s and get some. old -« Wantkp—A girl, or woman, to take care of a child and do chamber work. Apply at Maupin ii Cromer's store. oiUtf Whit* Duck Pants, only six bits, at Ashini Brothers. spl7tf MUSH'S. mh4 Notick.—Uncle Manbeim, corner Main and ('lark streets, will dispose of 3'*) American Lever Clocks at »4 00 apiece; former price, 47 to 48. jySO H< Manhkim. Ska Foam, the world-renowned baking powder; a full line of brand'- fruits; table salt in boxes, and Taylor Brother's homeo pathic cocoa, all for sale at Taylor’s. ollltf Wk lire for pleasure, and take it daily. Board $7 (10 per week, at Kemp’s, opposite the nicbmond furnace. ojttf If you want to have your watches and jew dry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to r. Steler’s jewolry store. jy7-tf MSM'H**. mbs Economy is wealth, and to make a dollar peruse the new advertisement of Ashias Bros. spl7tf 1111 H*». mh4 R. SADLER & CO. Eureka, Nevada, -AND Hamilton, Nevada, AUK THE AUTHORIZED AGENTS TO lake fire risks >t regular rates in the lbl following companies: London Aisnranee Corporation, Cross A Co., General Agents. British American Assurance Com pany, St Louis Insurance Company, R. Li. Irwin A Co.. General Agents. Humboldt Newark, N. J., Insurance Company, Citizens’, of Missouri, Insurance Company, Mississippi Valley, of Memphis, Tennessee, New Orleans Insurance Company, Ftrnsworth A (Murk,General Agents. o’iHH $30,000 RACE ! POOL SELLING ON TEE BIO FOUR-MILE RACE ! 1WII.L SEI.L POOLS AT THE PALACE SALOON on tbe Four-Mile and Repeat ace, which comes off at the liny District Course, in ban Francisco, on the 13th of No vember. Selling to Commence on the Even ing of November 11th. I have made arrangements to have the heats, position of horses, time, etc., tale, graphed during the race. u27td LUTHER CLARK. $25 Reward. 'IMIE ABOVE REWARD WILL 1 bo given for the recovery of a Im. large BLACK HORSE MULE. The Wl tuft of hair in front of its head is a Htttle white; and it has an almost invisible brand on tbe left shoulder. The mulo was lust about six miles from Devil’s Gate. The finder will receive the ruwarl by leaving the mule at the W»»li*ui Tell House. Main street. Eureka. I OS El’ll MAGG1NI. s21-3w INTERNATIONAL HOTEL OMNIBUS ON AND AFTER TO-DAT I WILL RUN a'bus to all parts of tho town from the Railroad depot. Passengers wishing to be called lor can be accommodated by leaving their orders at Wells, Fargo A Co's offioe, or at the International Hotel. Fare V) cents. n2tf FRANK WINES. $300 REWARD! THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID b» the undersigned for tho arrest and conviction of tbe man who attempted on tbe night of September 2nth to burn our stables, and who again on the morning of Ootober 2d fired our hay in the corral on the westerly side of Main street. Eureka. BISHOP A CARPENTER. Eureka. October ± IH7A-a3-l». B. ASMIM A BBO'8 COLUMN. ’49. ’75. THIS ISJ1EWS! now >aazNN»a i THE IMMENSE ANNUAL CLEARING SALE —ok th 15 Pioneer Cheap Store of Nevaja BUT CHEAPEST/WHEH BEST! PRICES UNPARALLELED. Iiayortntiona Arritlaf Dally I ROOM MUST BE MADE / Our enormous]-ELEGANT AND Faehit aa ole Stock of READY-MADB CLDTHING! COMPRISING IN PART Beaver Suite, Black, Blue A Brown, for $25—Worth $45. English Corduroy Suits ftr $18—Worth $30. Chinchilla Suits $25-Worth $45. French Cassimere Suits of Every Variety and Color,from $10. Doeskin Pants, $9—Formerly $15. Beaver Pants, $7-Formerly $12 French Caisimere Pants, 95— Formerly 99. American Cassimere Pants for 93—Formerly 95. And a full assortment of other grades in pro portion. Vests! Vests! Velvet, Cloth, Beaver, Cassimere. Chinchilla, or any Other Kind At figures astonishing to the most incredu lous. BOOTS ABB SBOBS BATS ABB OATS Cents’ Underwear! GLOVESX Krom fancy silk te solid buck, thirty per cent, less than heretofore. 5,000 Yards of Honse Lining ! At SEVEN AND A HALF cents per yard 1 DUCKING and DRILLING likewise very cheap. For Groceries & Provisions ! Jast call, look and get fig ares. BSZBIBO OUTFITS ! Hardward, Cuttlery, Tinware, Crockery, Doll-ware, Stationery, Glass-ware, Notions, \Vo<»den-ware, Tobaccos Cigars, Willow-ware, Liquors Wines, 1'latod-ware, Trunks, Valises, blankets. Quilts, And everything eatsble and wearable found in a full and complete stock of General Mer chandise kept at a first-class store. • Our Goods are fresh and new; “ old " Goods we never keep; Auction Uoods we do not buy. All articles guaranteed as recommended. Goods delivered free, gratis, and for naught. Store open from ti a. u. to 10 r. u. 8. ASfflM ft BROTHER, Stone Building. au27 J. STRAUS, KOVIIBB la D. B. Imaiel * C®’» Bauklait Hone, Eureka, Keeps constantly on hand the best asssortinent of Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, etc., Ever offered in Eureka. lie also has in his employ the be watchmaker in the state. aulOtf_ Closing Out at Cost. Being desirous of thoroughly renovating, repairing and enlarging our .lore before the cold weather sets in. we have determined to clo.e out during the present month our entire stock of goods AT COST. This is no idle assertion, as iieople will be abundantly convinced by calling to examine our prices. The goods comprise an assort ment as complete and fashionable as any ever brought to this market, and we asanre our friend, and the public generally that we are prepared now to offer better goods at lower prices than was ever before presented in this State, Now is tho time to secure good bargains by calling at our store. South Main street, opposite Odd Fellows’ new building. AUNT HANNAH, o2tf _MISS CASEY. The Beet Board In Town! PER WEEK, $7. AT KEMP’S, Opposite the Richmond Furnace. ttiitf J. B. KEEN, Veterinary Burgeon. Having had m ybars' experience, 1 feel oonfldent sMBL in my ability to treat suceessfully all diseases peculiar to HOKsKS, WOP as MU1.KS and CATTLi I can be found at Bishop A Carpenter's stable, on South Main street. eiittf LvaniE. Lvania. The California Lumber Co. IS NOW IN FULL BLAST. WITH A good assortment of Lumber, Shingles, Boot Ba _MISCRLLAlfEO US. I.P. Inn. J. ■. MeBwgaU FALL IMPORTATION. First of the Season. £ FIRST SELECTION OF THE MARKET -AND THE— OhecipeMt Stools , • -w D R Y GOODS! -EVER BROUGHT INTO THE STATE Of KEY AD A. J ; yONAifii <fff **"•>** « A * > / ' Having a thorough knowledge of the kindef cooda required, end wbst roods sre worth, wo want the public to call end inapect our stock of Staple end Fancy Dry Gouda, which for quality, quantity and prices are unknown to thu aoetion of this Stats. Ores* Coodr! We call special attention to this leading de partment, in which are to be found the latest styles. BLACK GOODS a specialty; the beat that are imported. Drap d’Eta Cashmere, Sublime in all qualities, sold at Eastern price c. JkOM KITICIi A very largo Stack. Blankets! Blankets! All sites, t I- rs, quantity and quality. Call end inspect them. Shoes, Shoes! A line assortment, of the best makers, at the very lowest prices. Table Linens, All qualities, kind Cnd colours. Enumera tion being tedious, therefore we invite all to give us a call and inspect our stook, and they will not go away dissatisfied. MILLINIR Y. TV* stook will arrive in a few days, trimmed to mder by the most Fashionable Milliner of San Franeise*. Our 8tore Closes —ON— * SUNDAYO. MOORE & McJKHJGALL. seidMf NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM! R. SADLER £» CO.. Eureka, Nevada. Branch Store, .*2 amnion, Nevada. rpHE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GEN X oral Merchandise in th« Stata can ba found at R. SADLER & CO’S, In the Buifdinc formerly occupied by 0BERF1LDBR * HARRIS OH. AND WILL BE SOLD AT Che Lowest Possible Prices. Mining Companies, Miners, Far mers, Country Merchants, Restaurant 4t Boarding House-Keepers, Fumir lies, and Others Baying Good*, will Snd it te their tdriiltge to givaaaaoall Mon purebaaiag elsewhere. •VB svoox or CLOTHING, GROCERIES AMD FKOYISIOK8 Cannot be surpassed. Customers cea rely on (Ur end liberal dealing. Good* delivered ia Eureka and it* vicinity free of charge. AGENTS lor th* California Powder Works, Horen* lea, Blasting, Sportinr Powder and Fnaa. ALSO. FOR ■ ABE’S WIBS mil. JaS-tf $20 REWARD! STOLEN. OR B8TKAYK1> FROM TIMS