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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
T« ElilUl, ItKCENHEH *8. STOCK REPORT. Man VraneUco Stock Exchange. 8»t» Kc*Nt:ia<;o, Bee. 27. kOKHIflO KO A Rl>. I*» Ophir-85'4 51k 55k 53!« 20o Mexican 20 10 k IMS tfrt.1 Jun ice—'27 27 k 27 k 27Hb5 35 Hale A Norcrora—45 I4'k 280 Crown ''oint 27 27 2ul5 30 Yellow .Jackel-J HI 1420 liunerial—of* Ok «k 110 (iouid X Curry—1M H'4 180 Kent X Bolchar — .iSk 58'k 58 1870 xavafce 1 i 1 i'/i :W Bullion—li 500 Kicheunor—10k 8.5 cetr. Belcher -67 2IK) Hv r.nan -04 00 ' hollar 118 07 100 8 .ecor -50c ;50 Union Con W 05 Caledonia- 28k 50 Baliiuiore Con.—2k 801 I»ayton— 4 k .5 480 Belcher :«'* iOk 31 1 O Confidence—'20'k 10 K upire Mill —.344 544 20 hentuck -1 C4 181 All'll* 20 20* 20'i 280 'Vood»ille-2k 250 Mule--7 800 Leviathan-l'k Ik 50 Aniaiun — U, 1.25 Lady Bryan 3'. 3k 3Hb30 3'< 18n x. veva la 2121 ,20-. 1 siO California—75k 71 ‘4 7.k 73b80 310 J ilin 11 . 14S 880 Con. V*.—ftl.3 8M7 390 3i 1 .V. 1. Con. -2 Ik rfKJMNQ HOARD. 22‘> MpR'Iiw VrIIov— 2'4 2'. 8 " llRyiiioml .k Ely-ll'y l i'j LiX 70 Kirn hr Con. 18 » 18. 7;*0 JttpkHon 2 IIHI Uol.llollt—1 J7U0 l uH-inn IX 1’* 2 8 lAio'imrii -10'y J<r. JOX 180 .i oftwr. »n 7 8 2'«> till* 2 a ;>00 l'Hiiib. r 1 UoA "UHH.'y 1 :M> li. CbRriot—70e 82'ic 7* 87e !0O ulvMric* -5‘y 7 <0 < oxo Con. JS 1»0 Now Coxo— | *i 0 Con. Virginia-400 400b5 399 .331 9 0 California 72 N 7 ; 13 4) uphir 5i »l >3 4 .>4,4s3 .4)1 lu«tic« 27 W. 7*0 Exchequer II 4 4! N vaaa—.'l 110 Crown unit 27‘4.:7 27bl0 1*0 I in portal -c M 3 4) Bext \ Belch -r —58** 58*4 58 '4 95 Bel h r -305 .30 % #»‘*0 II. I alar i —4 1M. Ydlnw Jacket 101 100 * luO •30 Hrtl*Afe NorcroM -|j» 45 220 Alta - 3 .1-4 Ml J i.l a 15 14 5a 145 25*) "Verrnnn—♦M't *3‘i «3«2*Li 210 Mexican-J* 1.5 195 05 ■> tvugo 1 4 I*» M b«) <4«» ill AC rrr 1*4 19', b5\V/4 195 50 I n n>n Con. W5 114) Cady Bryan 3*4 -3H Mrral 4|ii.»i>«li<»iaa -5 p. m. Ot»hir 54*4 54 5 Co Id .V Curry I *S bid California 7**ab*« hoar «c .1 lch r 58 * bid f^a ago —1-. bid i uij.eri I 9S bid 3 el lo w .)ac «t- 10b bid ( bo I i r 95 bid Mexican .o bid 1 on. V irgioia 4*2*1 axked Belch r ■*) ■* bid tserra \orad.& 4‘y aaUi l.ady Bryan »‘% bid LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals and Departures. »Y T«*c KL'R'KA All* *k I.IHaDK RAILROAD. Arrlfiil* l»cf. 2 T S TlarrtR J l> l>*vi* 'J u .^r «in <’ > •*iIr.'r Y doit ' utth .i t't r * uhio «if# and Xiai -»lc; ail daughter l)fi»Rrltire< i»rr. 25. Wrn ,m*' t M.uitf N if N or Vail Marl I* li srd J .e* .Singleton J i* lijlclnusoQ Lav. lsylur Arrival. Her. 'id. M i> Eva Miller H K.thcbild W 4Urah.ui AJdia ..uiuford J uhn Mason Departure* I*«r. ’Ail. Ji« Markin* S -I i*h r Eld Mriy t'i E Coaklajr W 11 vi r.h aiu Arrival* I. **l Might. John Ewing and wife C Schulte anil wife ‘1 hut* Wren John rranch hop Lee Lull* "« llrparlnra* Yealer lay. Oao Vincent Mr* A Martin si A severance J l* llutchin*OB litre Taylor Jim -intlaton RKRKI.LI it 17*1 lllllil. The hypo-sulphate or caching pro o#.s, Tor the re<loction of silver ore-, I* becoming very popular ill Low er California and Northern Mexico, where it has lately been Introduced The process is bast adapted to ores abounding in sulp iur. Tne roek i. crushed dry, ami only requires to be fine enough to pass through screen, of JO to 30 mesiios to Hie inch. Il i. then roased in reverberatory furnaces witli salt. The roa-ted ore is then placed in large tank, or tubs holding eight or ten ions, anil a stream of clear water turned oil until the ore is covered, slid kept running live or six hour.- Tile water i* then run olf and a cold solution of hypo sulphate of aoda is passed though the ore in the same manner, mi il it is ascertained by lo.t that the hypo sulphate .solu tion came* no more silver. The pre cipitation of tne silver now held in so lution I. aecmupilttlied by addition to the by po-siilpliate solution of a sol lit ion of quick lime and sulphur, made bv boning in water two parts of lime to one of sulphur. Tills is done in the tanks liy the aid of siwani. A-Iier | • 104*11 Ml HI KIM HUM . of it liquid the silver remains in ilie form of sulphide. It Is then pm Into canvas filters and afterwards dried, when it is roasted in reverberatory furnaces, to carry off the sulphur, and then melted into liars. When ihe op • ration is s uoces-lu11v performed — and any intelligent workman can com prehend it with a few days' experi ence—tlie bullion is taken out iroin WO to 1,000 tine, There is no waste of material, tile solution being pumped back into the tanks and used over •gain. The silver by lids prove-s is exiravled to w ithin H or 4 per cent, ot tlie fire assay. In Mexico it has proved tlie cheapest method of treat ing rebel dons silver ores; and it lias this io recommend it—it is free lo all who are inclined to use it. Fhom Si lvk it a no.—Captain Adams, of Silverado, lia* been in town for two or three days, participating in the ob servance of the holidays; also. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, of the same place,were in, •nd for the note purpose. OOl! Mysterious Notices Alton* In Eu. reks-Whal Does It all Mean? This community was thrown into a state of feverish excitement yesterday morning by the discovery, at an early hour, of mysterious,yet signifcant, no tices conspicuously posted about town. They consi. ted of a small piece.of pa per, say dxti mc>>es, heavy black bor der line, (Mil in figures on top a cut of a coffin showing a man’s head in the center, and the words “do your duty” at the bottom. Interpreted in the light of a fair construction, the language would probably run thus: “601 do your duty.” ity whom, or what authority, lliese notices were put out we ate wholly in the dark. We are equally at a loss to conceive of sn emergem y at the present time in Eu reka cal iug for so summary a proceed ing. it is true that there bare been commit ed from time to i oea number o minor depredations, and it is als > true hat there have hi. he. to O eu lew c nv.ctmns m our courts, but tli.it there exists any good reason w by any >ei ol men should take liie law in their own hands we do out, and cannot ne lnoe. I lie truth is, we hate uo'pa tience whatever wiili vtgi ante com iiimees, and can never be brought to iiulor.se lawlessness, oo matter in wliai guise ii m presented. We know noth iug of Iih aim ami object of die present movement in Eureka furthertlian vv ha every person im« a right to inler from the noti. e. Who i ho coni millet; is cum p '8 <1 ot, or how many .here are of I them we have no means of know ing, I yet we tlo kn >w, on w hat we con*i<ter good aiilhori y, that there lias hem some sort ol safety organization here for ilie last two or three years, ever since, m fact, the lawless times when tiie Hill Work par v threa'etted to take ilie low ii. In .lie view of yesterday’s development , die natural conclusion is that Hus oil organization has been revived, but for a it vt? As we stated above, we cannot determine. Nome persona seem to lliink that ttie mu n-e nisirlhuled yesterday morning had lor their purpose the calling of the old coinmil'ee together; w hi e still another tli-eight they might have lieen brought here from Carson or Virginia and p >sled simply as a joke. He this as it may, we have so far heard of no one being ordered to leave town. The aotlieiui'-ii v of the note is, of entir e, everything, but who is to distinguish between the bogus and genuine? Coming right dow n to praeiirai com moil sense, however, our adv ice would lx to trea' all n itices as coming from a source liacked up by tiie will and the might to enforce obedien e to their requirement. (ie rge Kirk, in Virginia City, and lately Hurt in Carson, isith lost their lives by re tnst11g to leave when uotitied. If a p<sir devil is unfoi;on.tc enough to fall under lbe ban of these self styled C ill in It tees of NaViy, tiie best and most sensible thing lie can do is to clear oui at once when ordered to do so. At all events, we can see no othei safe course to pursue. It usually works bill little inconvenience f «r thi* class of men to make a change of base tor a lime, and to our mind it is tin questionably the | art of prudence to do so » ti n tiie order is issued. Wr say the e ib tigs in all candor, and to preven if possible Mlrli scenes ss are likely to char icterize i he op.'rations ol an intimated u oh. We never want to li.-ar i f a man being stiangled to deatli in ihu coiiimiinitv in which we live, and it never shoul I occur if we could prevent it; blit a< a rule, Vigilante proceed quietly in the dead hour of night, when graveyards yawn and ghosts walk, to perforin their lawless work; a atinewhai neither tile otfl cers nor the Iriends of law and order can l>e of any avail to (lie victim se lected lor the slaughter. We sincerely hope dial Kuicka may lie spared die di g'a -e which seems likely to befall her, but on iliis po.nt we must confess to the most seri ills apprehensions, for we were told ytsterday by several prominent part ies that they had every reason to behave that die movement jii-l set on toot means business in the strictest sense of that term. We sha'l await lurtner developments with no litde anxiety. MANOAU' I A N I'A 1,1. ATIW A. Last night ihe Masonic fraternity had a grand time on the occasion of (lie installation of tlieir officers for both St. John’* Chap er No. 5, Royal Arch Masons, and Eureka Lodge No. lti, Free and Accepted Masons. Doth lodge and chapter opened and then called otf for tlie installation, where upon David K. Daily. P. M., regularly installed John Gillespie as Worshij.Ini Master; D. C. >berUx*k, Senior War den; James Kyle, Junior Warden; Henry Bishop, Treasurer; Hiram Johnson. Secretary; John E. Jones, Senior Deacon; Daniel McKennon, I Junior Deacon; J. II. shoemaker and I J. H. Alderson, Stewards; W. A. L. Werpioutli, Marshal; I’etcr Anderson, Tyler, and Dev. Joslali McLa.ll as | Chaplain. Altera recess of a few minutes. A. ! Benedict. P. H. P., then duly installed I). E. Daily as High Priest of t lie Chap ter; D, 0. Sherlock. King: Mathew 1 K le Herit>e; W. A. McCnlly. Captain oi me Host; John Gillespie, Principal sojourner; Hiram Johnson Koval Arch Captain; Albert Bass, Grand Master of tits Third Vail; Ja». Cowie, Grand Master of the Second Vail; W. A. Durlev, Grand Master of the Fir t Vail; Hiram Johnson, Treasurer; W. A. L. Wermouth, Secretary, and Peter Anderson as Guard. Alter the installation ceremonies the Mastitis in attendance, with their in vited guests, repaired to tlie restaurant of Geo. P. Lnndgren and sat down to a boon iful repast of the good tilings of life, anil then repaired to Criterion Hall and had asocial dance of the most enjoyable kind, anti kept up the amusement until a late hour l his morn ing. We are plca-ed to say that every thing passed otl'in the happiest man tier; all present enjoyed themselves hugely, and the best of good feeling and happiness prevailed not only aiming the fraternity but among tlieir guests, and boil) chapter and lodge start on the ensiling Masonic year un der (tie best auspices for tlieir prosper .ty and usefulness. Centennial Almanac.—Somebody will accept our thanks for a Centennial historical almanac We i ndt^lt on our table, but don’t know t<> whom w» are indebted for it. < AKABAHABA. Professor St. Jean, the wonderful magician, opened at Iligelow’s Hall last night to a pocked houxe. We were unable to spare the time to see him through but those who did are unani mous in pronouncing his entertain ment the most remarkable of the kind ever witnessed west of the Rocky mountains, not excepting the perform ances of Heller, which so mystified |>eople. There can tie no question that Professor St. Jean is a perfect imp of darkness, executing some of the clev erest of tricks, and, to all appearances, without the aid of the bungling de vices peculiar to his profession. John Henry Kingand fieri Hoffman, on in vitation for two gentleman tocorne for ward, look seats on die stage and care jolly scrutinized all that tran-pired. That they were unable to delect any thing was abunilantiy portrayed in their * sold ” appearance at the success ful termination of each trick. John Henry, in particular, seemed to lie loaded down witli old rubbish of one kind and another, and the Profes sor was continually pulling blocks of wood, superannuated bools and oys ter cans Irorn his hat, occasionally carrying the monotony of the pro ceeding by taking a “greasy deck” from liis mouth or nostrils. In a game of cut throat euclier with the proficient, umpires the Professor gave each a handful! of trumps and then proceeded to euclier them (with by taking every trick. He next secured an elegant black shawl from a lady in the audience, and alter Hoffman had slashed it into a dozen pieces witli a pair of scis«ors, it was by some magic hocus poctis restored to its original condition anil just as good as new. Myriads of miniature American flags, with handles to ’em, were taken from John Henry’s left ear and distributed among the audience. Judging from what wa saw, this show is worth see ing. Another performance to-night. Two Convictions.—There were two convictions in the District Court yes terday. P. K. Mason,who appropriated a watch tielonging to aunt her, at the north end of town, some months since, alter*ards escaping to Alpha, where lie was arrested liy officer Long, pleaded guilty and was ordered to ap pe\r next Friday for sentence. The jury in the case of Pete Morris, in diend for mayhem, was out hut a tew minutes, returning a verdict of guilty ** charged in the indictment. It will he remembered that Morris is the in dividu-d who a few weeks since de stroyed one of the eves of a negro in a fight. Tile am horities have tieen wrest ling will) him for seveial terms ol eourt on various charges, and most ol hem seem much gratified that they have at last secured his conviction, lie will now go to the Warm Springs for a term of years. The present trial jury appears to be a most excellent one. and if ilia example set vederdar may be accepted as a er terion there will be further convictions at this term of court. Mineral Hill Bullion.—1*. H. Bommen, agent of Well*, Fargo ,t Co. at Mineral Hill, furnishes the follow ing statement of bullion shipment* made by the Mineral Hill Mine* Com pany during I lie year 1675: January. * 9,319 37 fubr ary. 10,421 5 Man b. 1 i.564 30 April. 1*1,116 94 May. 18,812 14 J une. 1 1.467 4 ■ Jul . 17,804 «l Augiml. . |0,8I4 20 September. 11,143 00 November.. 15.783 7| Total...*140.370 43 As will lie seen by the above the couipayy made no shipments in either (h* olisr or December, which was no casinned by the mill lying idle during that time. In 1674 the shipments amounted to $ls*2,.3!»ti fio. - > Acknowledgment.— Prof. Bach requests us to len ler liis tiianks to hi friends and the public generally fm their generous patronage in making his late carnival bull such a bril iam success. Tils ball passed otf without a liiieh or jar of any kind, showing conclusively that the Professor is a master hand ill the management of I a [fairs of this kind. He lias some o li ! er novelties on tlie 'apis, and during the Winter w ill contribute largely to ward dispelling the monotony ol monutaiu lile. In the Ditch.—Sunday night, an old mail, whose name we did not 1. am, tumbled into tlie big ditch down at the lower end of tow n, and not being aide to scale the precipitous bunks, wended his way up to the vi cinity if Clark street, where It is cries attracting the attention ol parlies in tlie neighborhood lie was stisked out as wet as a drowned raL. The old gen tleman was not hurt, (hough present ing a sad spectacle when extricated. Christmas.—Nothing of an unusual nature marked the observance of Christmas day in Eureka. Some of the churches held sen ice; l here were tlie usual mrkev dinners, and eggnog seemed 10 flow quite freely at mnsi of the saloons. The town was unusually quiet, and taken all in all it may be said that the day passed here without an incident worthy of record. Remkmhkked the Printer.—Smith & Canovan, of that popular establish ment, the Sazorao, on Christmas day rememliered the Sentinel with a per fect deluge of choice drinkables; also, a quantity of fragrant Havanas. Thanks, gentlemen, and may you survive to re ; peat the dose at the close of tiie next oeruury. Floral.—We are in receipt of Vick's Floral Guide, for 1870. It is the prettiest book in America, and Vick is chief in his particular line. For all kinds nt choice plants and flowers or the seeds for growing the sa tie, ad dress Vick's 1'loral Guide, Rochester, New York. Answered.—The Consolidated Vir ginia Mining Company lias tiled its answer in the U. N. Circuit Court ! against K nne.v, who seeks to recover ten fe*vt ot ground and $1,non,(NX) dam ages. The answer denies all the ma terial aUegaUuoe in Kinney'a com plaint. Not the Man.—The Item about the fight, published in Saturday morning’s Sentinel, in which it was stated a man named Allen had half of bis nose bitten off, was, as regards names, erro neous. Mr. Alien called on us yester day and requested that a correction be made, inasmuch as he had nothing whatever to do with the row, and that the man stated in the iteir referred to, as being Allen is named Chas. Nier. Also, Mr. Allen states that the expres sion “ I thought you had your nose bitten off,” is getting somewhat monot onous. He says he is i he only James Allen In town, and therefore desires the mixture of names correcledv Prize Fight.—A couple of men who had a dispute on Sunday, went over beyond the Ruby Hill railroad, and settled tile same according to the rules of the P. R. We didn’t get their names hut understand they made a game give and take fight. The battle was closed on the 1-Uh round. There is some taik of another inii-cular contest liewteen the same parties, the van quished believing tint he can do a little belter after getting iiis w ind. Matrimonial.—On Christmas night W. H. Collins, one of Eureka's prom ising young men, and Mrs. C. Estelle WJlls were united in the holy bonds ot matrimony, Rev. J. H. De La Matyr officiating. The Sentinel acknowl edges the receipt ol the usual cHke and wine, and tenders congrai illations to tlie newly-wedded couple, wishing them a blissful and prosperous career through this vale of tears. Personal,—A. Skillman, of the White Pino News, and his estimable wife, are spending the holidays among their friends in Eureka. Skill, goo* home to day, hut Mrs. Skillman will remain a couple of weeks. The Major.—This, from the Win nemucca Register of the 21st, is the only tidings we have had from the Major since he left: “John H. Dennis, of the Eureka Sentinel, passed hen on last evening’s train going to San Francisco. On Ills return, a day or two hence, he intends to spend i week in Wiimemucca and see the sights. Sad Bereavement.—The youngosi child of Mr. and Mrs. D. Manheim breathed its last yesterday forenoon. It had been sick hut a few days and its deatli wan wholly unexpected. We. in common witli theentirecommunity, condole with the grief-stricken parents in their sad bereavement. The funeral has been appointed for 2 o’clock p. M. to-day. Tweed.—We saw yesterday posted in Hank Knight’s saloon a picture of Boss Tweed, including a full descrip linn of him and a reward of $10,000 offered by Sheriff1 Connor, of New York, for his apprehension. It Is hardly probable that the Boss will turn up on the Base Range. Snow.—Quite a fall of snow occurred in this section Sunday night, though the heavens cleared up toward morn ing'. and \ cairi day wan warm and balmy. grand Jury.—Tlds body, wo be lieve, is to meet again to day, anil there is a probability that, iut final re port will be made. Tybo Freight.—We notice a bulle tin in front of H. Johnson's, store, an nouncing freight for Tvho. SPECIAL NCTZCES. M Kg units of Star of Hope Encampment Ns. 12, I C. It. C., are notilied ib it an olee.ioc of uflicers fur the ensuing term of six months, a ill take place next Friday eve ing, in Ma sonic Hall. Cr. b. bn w»- Li., W. S. Fivk Dollars Hkw,ro.—The finder of a lady’s eardrop, green cameo with lady's hex I, lest on the night of the masquerade ball. wi I receive th. above reward and con fer s great lavor by leaving the tame at this office. d28tf Wantsd—1,000 people h buy tho fine stock of holiday goods at I be Holden liule Store, two doors below dtistice Beatty's court-room. Silk handkerchiefs, necktie* and bows, per fumery, toilet goods, collar-boxes, toys, etc. Also the usual linos of woolen uvershiris, un derclothing, cigars, tobacco, stationery and notions, cheap for cash. d2ilf 0. Dcnxki. St t o., manufacturers of cassi meres and white shirts and gentlemens’un derwear. Allurd-rs fur half a dozen each will be tilled at store rates. Measure* taken and true fits guaranteed. MOTH’S. mh4 Ere-soMY is wealth, and to mak* a dollar peruse the new advertisement of Aahim Bros. spl7tf J. STa tva has nothing but what is imported from the only California Jewelry Company of Sun Francisco. ndUtt Go to J. Straui’ for your holiday presont*. in hia new jewelry atore, below the barker House. _ _ ndfitf WaNTRP.—A girl, to do general house work. Apply at Maupin A Cromer's store. n!7*f MU« H I. mh4 Whit* Den* Parts, only lit bits, at Aibini Brothers. __ aplTtf For a Christmas present, rail at Haskell’s and see the elegant Folding Chairs and Silver l'lated \\ are. just arrived from the Hast. d*!tl Mrcharii'8’ and Miners'Tools, of every de scription, cheaper than the lowost, at the I’ioueor Cheap Store of Asbini Bros. spITif Ir you want to hare your watches and jew elry repaired in a workmunltke manner, go to P. Steler’s jewolry store. jy’-tf S. Asms A Bao. to-day received on com mission MI doien hand-made hickory ai bandles, which they will retail at oO cents uach; and wholesale a id per dosen. _ Sld7tf Occiokrt Bacon, tho finest brand of Bacon ever offered in the market, at Taylor A Aich inson’s. dlf*t Choicr brands of Butter, in pound and ten lots, at Taylur A Atchinson’s, dl9t5 Ltok's and Swan’s Ales and Porters, in pints and quarts, at Taylor A Atchioson’s. dl'tf HIMVi, »h4 Somktbivo Now.—In connection with oar firit-eliss Stationery and Variety Store, we have this day opened a FINE CIRCULAT ING LIBRARY, carefully selected in San Francisco by our senior partner, containing complete works ot the most celebrated au thors, and by deposi’ing the value of books loaned, we onlr charge 25 cents tor reading each book, and allow one week’* time to re turn the same, to which rule we will strictly adhere. We hare also on hand a well-selected stock of Toys, Albums, Musical Instruments, and J uvenile books, suitable for the rising gener ation. Our stock of imported end domestic Cigars and Tobacco, Havana, Russian and St. James Cigaritos, 1 X L Cutlery, Playing Cards, Meerschaum, Briar and Applewood Pipes, Amber Cigar-holders, and Yankee Notions can not be surpassed in Eastern Nevada, and our prices sre very moderate. LEVIN A SIMON. N. B.-We will tell 10 letter pontage-stamps or 25 cents to any one that will purchase 25 cents’worth of letter-paper er envelopes. dl4-30d Removal.- Having purchased Dr. Lnhens’ City Drug Store, I would repectfully an nounce that I have on hand a large stock of patent medicines, chemicals, stationery, lamps, chimneys, etc.; all of which I will sell ■t reasonable prices. Prescriptions carefully compounded. 1 have an office in the rear <>f the store, where I will treat all cases requir ing medical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to chronic cases. Consulta tion. free; charges only for medicines. Give me a call. L. TERRY, M. D. jyl.Vtf P. Stki.kr has just returned from San Fran cisco with the largest stock of diamonds, watches, silvsrware, jewelry, etc., and the largest and most attractive assortment of Christmas goods generally that was ever dis played in Eastern Nevada. Call at his stort and examine and price the goods, and you will bo cartain to purchase before you leave. n'JOtf Just Rkcrivkp, direct from the East, in boxes and barrels, two tons of apples, em bracing the following varieties; Spitzen bores, W. W. Peartnan, R. I, Greenings, Bellflower, Peach Blossoms and Wine Saps, which will be dosed out for the holiday trade cheap for cash, at Taylor A Atchinson’s. d22tf Sixty packagos of Sugar, from New York and forty packages of bait Fish, embracing Blue Fish. Shad. Mess Mackerel, Codfish and Herring, to arrive in the next ton days, at I'aylor A Atchinson’s. dltftf Tvtlor A Atchihso.v will have their wagon ready to deliver goods to any part ol tbs, '■lines nn Tuesday next. Person* intrusting orders to them will get them Hilled at bed rock p riser. __ MOCK'S. mh4 For tbR Holidays.—Taylor A Atehinson will reeeiv* for the holiday trade a large in voice of Apple. Peach. Quince, Plum and ’ear Butter, from the celebrated manufac tory of Anderson A Campbell, Camden, New Jersey. _ dltitf Thirty Barrels Crushed and Granulated Sugar, at 17 cents per pound; 50 kits Mack ■rel, at $3 50 per kit, for sala at Ashim A tiro's. Coin on delivery. o7tf MOril’S. mb 4 SELLING OFF COST! Clothing! Boots, Shoes, * HATS AND CAPS, NOW BEING SOLD AT COST! —AT— W. H. CLARK’S, IN THE MAMMOTH STONE BUILDING, CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STS., Eureka, Nevada. dlUtf CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR GIFTS! you CAN FIND JAPAN ESE CABINETS. Ladies' Musical Work-boxes and Albums, Writing Desks, Fancy Handkerchief Boxes, And hundred, of other thine, too numerou* to mention, at Meyers * Franklin's *BrlW MEYERS A FRANKLIN. FILL IND WINTER C O O D 81 MEYERS A FRANKLIN Hare just Reoceived their Immenae Shipment of Tew Goods! Bought by our Mr. Mayan, in The BiA Market for Cash! Tub ladies of eureka and sur ronnding districts will have tbs largest SDd most varied assortment of general dry poods to select from that has ever been placed in the Eureka market, comprising the most Elegant and fashionable Styles in Hew Dress Goods, viz: New Matelasse Suitings. Highland Plaid Suitings, in ail the Clans. Black and Colored French Russo. Persaille Pongee Plaide, plain goods te match. Plaid Croite Carrean. French Merenos, French Taffetas, Cash mere, Drap de Eta, Ac. Black and Colored Bilks, Shawls, Mantles, and Jackets Childrens’ Misses’ and Ladies’ Velvet and Felt Hats, Trimmed in great variety. The Underclothing Department Is replete with everything a lady eould wish for. Ladies’ Genntlet and two-button Kid Gloves, in all colors and sixes. Silk Ties, Ribbons, Laces, Ac. Oar Tar Department Comprises, Minks, Sable, Astrachan and Hudson Bay. The Domestic Department Is full of the very best makes, at vary low priees. White and Colored Blankets, Comforts, Ac., in all sisea and qualities. The Boot Department Is running a first-class stock of everything New in Children’s, Misses’, Ladies’ and Qant’a Boots, Shoes and Slip pers, from the host makers. Trunks, Valises, Ac. Gentlemens Ready-made Clothing and Underwear Wi make a specialty. The material and workmanship we guaiantee. MEYERS A FRAN RUN. P. 8.—As one of the fl'm reside* in San Francisco, we will attend to all orders in trusted to us with promptness. oS UKY EKS A FRANKLIN. 1. F. Moor*. J. B. McSongall FALL IMPORTATION. First of the Season. FIRST SELECTION OF THE MARKET -AND THE Cheapest Stock -OF DRY GOODS! -EVER BROUGHT INTO THE STATE OF NEVADA. Having a thorough knowledge of the kind of goods required, and wbat goods are worth, we want the public to oall and inspect our stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which lor quality, quantity and pricos are unknown to this section of thia State. Dress Goods! We call special attention to this leading de partment, in which are to be found the latest styles. BLACK GOODS a specialty; the best that are imported. Drap d’Ete Cashmere, Sublime ic all qualities, sold at Eastern price . • O M KIT1CI, A eery large Stack. Blankets! Blankets! All uses, color*, quantity sod quality, Csll and intpeet them. Shoes, Shoes! A fine assortment, of the host maker*, at the Tory lowest,price*. Table Linens, All qualities, kind and colours. Enumera tion being tedious, therefore we incite all te ■ire us a call and inspect our stoek, and they will nut to away dissatisfied. ; MILLINERY. | TV* stock will arrire tn a few days, trimmed to eider by the most Fashionable Milliner of San Franotsov. Our Store Closes -ON SUNDAYS. MOOBfi A McDOUBAU.