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TUESDAY, MARCH 21,1876. A GENT*. W, R. WILSON......Piorh# DOCTOR :. SHUL7E...Ruby Hill WILL BABBITTS.. .PalinUe A. M. lloitNR.. Auetin t. STARR..—. ....Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON...... Tybo H. P. HTLMLEK.. Bvlmont OH AS. W. CRANE, at No. 4*> Montgomery street, U Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Skrtiski# in San Francisco. Peraona in tttat eity having buaineaa with thia office are re quested to communicate with him ALP. CHARTZ ia authorized to receiveaub acriftiona for the Srrtirkl and collect for the aame in thia town. All peraona in Eu reka -wing for aubscriptions will make payment to him. Mining engineer* at the CENTENNIAL. The Centennial Exhibition at Phila delphia, remarks the Mining and Sci entific Press, will draw together, among other elassea of persons, s great many mining engineers from various countries, and we are glad to see that the American Institute of Mining En gineers has taken steps to properly en ter.sin those who come from abroad. The committee having in charge the reception of foreign mining engineers and metallurgists coming to this coun try to visit the Centennial, has secured rooms at No. 1,123Girard street, Phila delphia, which tyill be open to guests and members of tiie Institute from April 1st to December 1st, 1376. These rooms will be in charge of a secretary of the committee and employes, and Will be furnished with all the techni cal periodicals, with conveniences for writing and parlors for meeting and conversation. An address book will be kept by the secretary for recording the names and addresses of the mem hers of the Institute and of foreign en gineers and metallurgists who come to the exposition. All members of the profession coming, introduced to the Institute nr its members, will receive a card which will entitle them to all tha privileges of the rooms and to at tend and taka part in the meetings of the Institute. The annuel meeting, which takes place in May, has been adjourned to the last of June, in border that they may have the pleasure of having the largest possible number of foreign en gineers present. It will be held in the Jury Pavilion of the exposition. The committee propose to give con veniences at the rooms for the storing and forwarding of baggage, specimens and packages which their guests may have collected in any part of the coun try and desire to have kept in a safe place until they are ready to take charge of them. They also propose to prepare schedules of information re lating to the leading mining and metal lurgical industries of the country. In ease any one should desire to pursue a special line of inquiry, the secretary or the members ot the committee will take great pleasure in forwarding such investigation. It is designed also for those members of the profession who have but a short time to remain, to group for survey the special objects which they may have an interest in studying in the exposition. Tbs sec rotary la instructed to furnish to those who desire to make the acquaintance of specialists in this country, letters of introduction, which will secure far them, not only admission to the works which they desire to visit, but also the acquaintance of technical gentlemen in all parts of the conntry. The Institute hopes in this way to furuLh its foreign gneate, not only with special information, but also to put them in the way of getting at a general sur vey of the whole of the mining and metal lurgical industries of the United States. The committee consists of Eckley B. Coxa, J. S. Alexander, Thomas Egles ston and K. W. Raymond. They so licit from engineers and others on this coast and elsewhere copies or proceed ings, reports, maps, surveys, drawings of machinery, etc., to be placed on file In the rooms ot the Institute. Con tributions of this kind can be sent to the committee at the above address, or to any of the following named mem bers of the Institute lo this city: J. D. Hague, Henry Jenin, Louis Jsnin Wia. Ashlmrner. and John H. Boalt; or W. 8. Keyea, Eureka, Nevada. THE APrOEIlUNMUT BILL. Under the Appropriation bill rai-om niendad by the House a reduction of $8,000,000 ia made from tba estimates of laat year. The compensation and mileage of Senators Is reduced from $400,000 to $358,000; officers and em ployes of the Senate from $146,000 to $100,000; contingent expensae of the Senate from $168,000 to $73,750; Capitol police from $52,000 to $26,000; compen sation and mileage of members of the House from $1,650,000 to $1,459,000; offioers and employes of the House from $229,074 to $106,540; contingent expenses of the House front $208,585 to $124,988; Executive Department from $78,400 to $53,621; State Depart ment from 218,550 to $128,280. This shows that in the general reduction lha Democrats are also reducing the num ber of offioers within their control, and reducing the emoluments of others, as wall as those positions held by Repul* lloaua. __ Confined to Hia Bed.—Ed. Kelley, ef the Silver State, is, we are eorry to bear, eonflned to hla bad with a severe attack of fsrer. UK. DR MSB KHUN. Our sympathies are deeply enlisted in Mr. De Long’s behalf. Frr the last few years his psrty has banged him around like an old hoot. At the late meeting of the Republican State Cen tral Committee he was defeated for a delegaleship, which made him angry, and be kicks hack accordingly. With out arraigning him at ail for the bad taste displayed in the omission of the initial letters of bis signature, we give his card from the Enterprise as fol lows: By the report in this evening’s Chron icle 1 see that I was named as a candi date for delegate to the National Con vention at Cincinnati, and after receiv ing two votes was elected as an alter nate. I was in this city all day, and neither asked nor sought any appoint ment as a delegate. The use of my name was without my knowledge or authority. J beg most respectlully to decline lira honor conferred, and to state as my opinion, that, in this grave emergency, I think a party council should have been called and all done that could lie done to have our party represented fairly in the National Council. As it is, whilst the gentle men named may be suitable, the opin ion of the party may be entirely mis represented. For one I do not wish to be even seemingly committed to the course pursued. Yours, very truly, DE LUNG. Virginia, March Hi, 187(i. San Francisco Business Outlook. The Stock Exchange has the subjoined concerning the situation at the Bay: Money is plentiful, so plentiful that we have forwarded overland, by ex press, during the pa«t fortnight, more than two and a half millions of dollars for the need our Eastern friends, near ly two mi.lions being in gold. Rates are moderate, having returned to 1@1?4 per cent, per month in commercial banks, and 9^11 per cent, per year in banks of savings. The continued heavy rains have materially interfered witli interior trade, and business is therefore generally sluggish, but the prospects are that there will shortly be a great and ateady revival in all branches. Walt Whitman has found a friend in England in the person of his brother poet, Robert Buchanan. The latter's idignatioii at the ‘‘impoverishment” of the bard of “ leaves of Grass ” leads him to have a ding at the “lite rary coteries which emasculate Amer ica.” The harmful work of such c< - teries, we admit; but Horner, we are told, begged for bread, ('batterton was driven to suicide, Otway was a stsrv ling and Milton in his day fared no better that Wall in ours. Let us hope, however, that the. liberal thinkers of America will not leave the work of helping Walt Whitman it) his lime ol suffering entirely in foreign hands. Tub developments connectel witii the Belknap scandal sects to create no surprise at Fort Sill. They have been expecting this for some time, as it was well known at the post that traders had been required to send heavy monthly contributions East, and liiey urged, in order to enforce ibe monthly col lections from their patrons, the neces sity for making these remittances, ex plaining that they were required to pay for the privileges they enjoyed. Lee A Reynolds, post-traders stCauip Supply, make no secret of the fact that they bold their franchises as a thing purchased and at large figures. Tub Silver Contract.—A contem porary announces the subjoined as a contract between the Government and Flood A O’Brien: The Consolidated Virginia and California Mining Com panies propose to sail $'JO.OOO,UOO worth of Dore bars to be supplied at the Car son Mint, and to take in payment the amount of gold contained therein, and Hve or four and a half percent, bonds at market rates. The price of the sil ver is to be governed by the London rate, less transportation from New York, plus tlie premium on exchange; deliveries to be com plated by the Fourth of July. Kefhkshino.—Ten inches of snow end good kleigbing at Memphis. This knocks the shine off Nevada’s hard winter, and should admonish us to forever bold our peaoe. James Gordon Bennett, of the New York Herald, is on hi* way to California.. He won’t visit McGeary until his return. M'FKAI.INUS. Captain Overton, Superintendent of the Virginia and Gold Hill Water Works, tells of a curious discovery that has been made in running the new tunnel oyer the Sierra Nevada mountains. The water company is running a tunnel through the Spoon er divide, near Lake Talme. and lias gangs of men at work -m boih sides of tbe ridge. The section of tunnel on the west, or Lake Tahoe side, lias cut into the edge ot wtiat appears to be an extensive cave. Tbe opening made is small and the cave has not yet been explored. Captain Overton intends presently to enlarge the opening be tween the tunnel and cave and make regular exploration*. All that has been done thus far was to fasten a light to the end of a pole about 15 feet in leugth and thrust it into the opening. This showed no wall is sight on the other aide, nor coaid any rock be seen above. A stream of water can be beard falling as If from a considerable heigh’, and this, judg.ng from the sound, seems to be three or four hundred yards away from the opening made by the tunnel. Brigham la again sick In hed, serious ly under the weather. The Balt Lake Tribune says: The undivided atten tion of the royal pbyeloian la required, j hntthlels no safe criterion to lodge of how sick he is, for he is so mortally arraid of deaih that every time he coughs, he thinks he is gone up. The much talks'* of prize fight be tween Trevillian and Sullivan is to lake place to day, but where is not slated. An excursion train lor the purpose will pass over the Virginia and Trochee railroad, taking all who wish to go to the place of discussion and back. The upper Humboldt river is oitt of its banks, and if the present fine weath er continues a few days, says the Elko Independent, we will have an extraordinary flood. Those who are engaged in darning, bridging, eic.. along die river, had better be pre pared for die crisis. Notwithstanding the Emma mine troubles, there is said lo beeoniderable inquiry in England about Utah mines. The great success of the Chicago mine anil ils careful management is the cause of this restoration of confidence. Four hundred gamblers are collect ed at Cheyenne, ready lor the opening seasou in the iiUck Hills country. Edward W. Trimmer, a resident of Diamond valley commuted suicide at his w ile’s residence in Carson about 6 o'clock, last Friday evening. Sutlering from illness was the supposed cause ol the rasb act. Deceased was ail En glishman by birth and abutil -IS years of age. Last Friday an emigrant train com posed of sixteen car* filled with pii grim*, passed Wiuuemucca eu route for California. tuiirt: run-: i.\ m.i.miAct From tho News of Satunlav. Nearf.y Frozen.—A few days since, during one of the storms, a young son <>t Sam. Paul started from this place to his home on Treasure Hill, ami when almut half wav up the hill became so cold and numbed that he lay dow n in the snow, and would probably have perished had not Sam. Fiddle hap pened to pass along with a sleigh. The hoy was conveyed to his home and the neces-ary remed es applied to his frozen leet, w hich had the desired effect. The Cattm?.— Some of onr ranchers have informed us that the severe storm of last week caused a large number of cattle to die. They think the losses will he much greater than was sup posed they would he a month ago, on account of the long-continued severity of the storms. An Oi.d Resident.— David S. Roche, who was killed by Farry Fynell at Ruby Hill outlie l:tih instant, formerly resided at Minetal City and this place. While living here lie was considered a quiet and inoffensive m m; hut when in his cups was a great talker. Fire.— Yesterday morning almut !* o'clock, the alarm of tire was rounded on .Main si reel, w hicli was caused hy the roof of Dr. Herrick’s house being on fire. A detective stove pipe was the cause of it, and hut little damage was dene. Caved In.—On some of the houses on Trsasure Hill there is so much snow on the roots as to cau-e them to break down. The roof of the Posinllice building recently succumbed to the weight of snow. Assessment.—The San .lose Mining Company, location of works at Kgau Canyon, has levied an assessment ol live dollars per share, payable on or before tho 15th of April next. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [SPKCIAI. TO THK DAILY SKNTIKBI..'] The Congressional Oemoerntle Coin mutes tally Organised fur tlie Campaign —Ked Cloud's llan.l Hemnlue ua the Re*erration. Washington, March 1!). The Congressional itetiiociatic Com mittee is amiou ceil now as fully or ganized for the Presiden'ial campaign, and reque-ts the lremocratic organiza tions in all States and Territories to send in the names of regular commit lees immediately. Applications for documents, speeches and other polit ical matter, and all communications relating to the business of the com mittee should be addressed to the sec retary, at 1,1124 K street Washington City. Editors who may send their newspapers to tire committee will tic furnished with all doctiitteiua pub lished by the committee. Latest advices to the Indian Office here, dated Kurt Laramie, 13th, repre sented lied Cloud's hand of Sioux quietly on their reservation and taking no part in the warliku demonstrations of Sitting Bull. Wiwlrn Mill Burned In Rhode Island. Providknok, R. I., March 19. The Kiiuville woolen mills, at Cran stone, wore burned Saturday night, with four tenements and considerable manufactured stock. The property was owned by Geo. Whitehead. Loan, estimated at from $175,000 to $200,000. The mill was insured for $172,000. Brhenek In Ike 4lty-Jn*. II. Key. eer Uoue I rsiy- .flora Corrup tion So be Kxpuse I. New York, March 19. Gen. Kcheuck is staying quietly at the Brevoort House. He had many callers to-day hut declined to lulk with reporters about his case. Juo. H. Keyser, of the Tweed ring notoriety, has been taken to the lunatic asylum. A Herald Washington special says Senator Boutwell was interviewed last evening concerning tile alleged letter promising Henry Clews advance in formation on the subject of Treasury gold sales in return for a contribution to help carry the election ol 1872. Boutwell said he never heard anything of it and knew nothing or it. Henry Clews, in a letter to the Her ald, says the atuhor of the report is an infamous liar. The Herald says that Mr. Barlow, of Barlow, Sanderson A Co., postal con tractors for Coloradoand New Mexico, testified before Colonel Clark’s Post office Committee yesterday that in 1872 he paid $40,000 to suppress an investi gation in Washington. Ho gave the money to one Farrar, now dead. The committee waa the House Committee on Poatofflcee and Post Roads, of the Forty-Second Congress, and was Inves tigating the case of one McKibben. Harlow 's examination will be continued Monday. Mexican War Affairs. Galvmiton, Tex., March 19. A Brownsville special to the News says that Colonel Christo had an en gagement with the revolutionists night before last near Matamoras, in which he had three men wounded. Deser tions of the Government troops occur daily. The revolution has greatly in terrupted bu*ine«e,and agreat number of horses ami rattle have been stolen, j Telegraphic communication between Ma'ainoras and tire City of Mexico lias been interrupted, but arrangements have been made to send messages by mail. Consecrated. Hartford,Conn., March 19. Right Kev. Thus. Galbraith, new Roman Catholic Bishop of Hartford, was solemnly consecrated to-day. Military Matter*. Chicago, March 20. A Washington special says that Gen eral r*lierman, encouraged by 'lie new condition of tilings in tlie War Depart ment, lias opened negotiations with .Secretary Tail as to toe advisability of re- -siabiishiug army headquarters in tins city. Secretary Taft wa« the first to sugge-t the propriety of having the General of the armv within consulta tion distance as provided when the art was pa-seti. General McCook is Gen. Sherman's adjutant in tlie business, and army people look for an early re turn of tlie headquarters to this city. I'nprece.lentctl Snow -Morin In Mem phis. Memphis, March 20. Since 7 o'clock last night to 10 o'clock ; this morning ten inches of -now have j fallen, and it is still snowing. Street cars are unable to run and tlie trains | on all tlie roads are delayed. The j streets are full of improvised sleighs, j Such a a'orm was never known here before. The snow la-t March, which i was unprecedented, only iic-amred about eight incites. Too telegraph 1 lines south ar>- prostrated, and it is not known Imwr fir south llie storm has extended. Ontruriitr Fire In rharleaton. VC. Chaklkston. S. C., March 20. A fire broke out at 3 o'clock a m. a! the corner of King and Kogei's alley. No water being in the neighborhood nod the wind biowin5 a gale from tlie southeast, the whole block was burned from Columbus street to Line -fleet, on the east and west side*. About 7 o’clock the fire crossed Line street, sparks and timbers being carried by tlie gale three quarters of a mile up Line street, amt tlie houses, store, mid farms along that road were burned. Heart-rending scenes were w itnessed and bauds of negio robber* sacked every lion-e to which tiny ga n d access. Late this morning Mayor Curiiiington took command and some order was restored. By ball past ten o'clock the tire had Inmied out hundreds of per-ous who are homele-s and penniless. The loss is at least half a million and very little in surance i* reported. The boundaries of iiu> burnt district are on South in lumhtis str>ot and Roger’s alley on tlie north, tlie race curse on tlie east, tlie .■South Carolina railway on the west, to St. i hillips and IVrcy streets. FOREIGN NEWS. French X»w». Paris, Mar-li 19. Thp Seine continues to subside slow I v. M. IVrry, on assuming ihe Presi dency of tbo Moderate la'll, said the Kopublicau parly uiiisi abandon ex tieme elaims and only ask lor what it can obtain. Hallway Blockade* In England and SrotlHuil. London, March 19. All railway* convening at Aberdeen have been blocked by snow for six hours. Telegraphlcmommunicailnn in Scotland is almost totally lull rrupted. Sixteen pains are Mocked on the Cale donia railway alone. The trains have not been heard of since Friday. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA Mining News. San Kuancisco. March 20. A meeting of l lie storkhnld >rs of the Knickerbocker Mining Company wa« held al 1 o’clock P. M. to day, to act upon tlie proposition lo increase the capital stock from >2.400,0110, in 24,000 shares, to $10,000,000, in 100,000. The increase was order d. Similar propo sitions are now pending with other mining companies. Tne Manhattan Ore Treating Com pany lias incorporated with a eapi'nl of $25,000, for tlie purpose of minit lauturing machinery appertaining iu the process of treating ore invented by C. K. Secor. Directors. C. F. Secor, A. C. Bradford, B. F. Baker, 0. Chandler and A. D. Squire. The Newspaper Klgualnre Rill. Sacuamknto, March 10. The Judiciary Committee of the As sembly to-day instructed their Chair man, General McConnell, to report Hie Newspaper Signature bill back with ihereoommendatiomhat it do not pass. Tile Detraction hill has not yot reached the committee. A San Francisco Preacher About to lllow the Hair in delation lo the Babcock Corruption. San Fuancisco, Marcli 20. Hev. J. S». Kalioch seems likely to become a prominent witness in the mailer of post-trading frauds. It is understood that lie has no desire to ap pear before Hie Congressional commit toe, and that C. W. Babcock especially desires that he may not. knowing that Kalioch lias tacts in his p issession which would lie very awkward to ex plain away. Among other points. Hie late Mr. Durfec gave Kalioch a letter from C. W. Babcock directing Durfee to send $2,500 to Babcock, in the care of General Babcock at the Executive Mansion. This was on a division of protits of an Upper Missouri trading post. Kalioch kept the letter till about the time he left Kansas, when he gave it to James I-eggett, a prominent poli tician. He says it might he worth money to him sometimes. It is under stood that Kalioch has been recently in receipts of letters from C. W. Bib cock, urging him to publish a denial of the repot ts concerning the latter in con nection with those atftirs, which Kal loch has declined to do, meaning to avoid testifying If possible, but if not, to tell the facts as known to him. Arrest of it Noted Robber. Jackson, Cal., March 19. Ben. Thorn, ex Sheriff of Calaveras county, and F. M. Ross, ex-l)epnty sheriff of Amador county, assisted by John Vogan, the Sheriff, and others, made the arrest near town this morn ing, of the noted stage robb- r, Joaquin, alias Aulone. The party surrounded thehou-e where Joaquin was concealed. Thorn, followed bv Vogin. w» nt to the door of the room and lommanded him to open it. After a little parley he opened it. suddenly pre-enting him«e!f with a knife in one hand, and a pistol in the other, but finding himself cov ered by Thorn’s pistol, and the back i indow guarded by Ross, lie surrend ered. Joaquin was captain of a band of rotitwrs, captured bv Detective Hums and Sheriffs Thorn and Ross la«t fVcemher near this place. He es caped than by shco’ing nun of the offi cers and jumping through a window, and in tiie dense li-iish which sur rounds the piece. He has been hover ing mound every since, hut until this morning the officers have been unable to lav hands on him. slthoilgh they at tempteil it at diirerent times, t nt friends tindoub edlv apprising ’him he wi a able to elude lilt- officers. BORN. IJo’4 Hill, March 11- Wife of Thomas (ialla Ither. n son. MARRIED. Up no, March 13-Henry P. Brown to Miss Mnrv Bet'pehon DIED. Eureka. March 11*—C O Bailer, o*‘ consump tion. at the hospital; natire of America, aged 51. Tho funeral will take rdiico to-day. BuHionville. March 14—Andrew W, McPher son. a native of Ohio, aged •'•out 38 yours. Wrgtnin. March 17 .1 L, Sanders, a natire of Nhw York, aged 30 years. DOri’A’S Coffee Manufactory. ALEX. DOTTA.PROPRIETOR THE JAVA CO FI EK IN UNLIMITED quantities, also. Swi«a and California cheese at wholesale and retail. Family Groceries, Fruit. Produce, Fresh Fish, Etc. Constantly on hand. Opposite Odd Fel lows’ Building, Main -treei, Eureka, Ner. mrli’-tf New Photograph Gallery! I.orm movi«o. Propri«u»r. Ob south Mnin «tro«t. Kiiroka. o»»d». MY NEW OALL&iiV IJ A VINO T1EEN Completed, 1 am ready to furnuh the t*est mid RIOST LIFERIEE PICTURES! To bo obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KIN D» Ul I'lC'JL’KKfS are finished in superior stylo and with the latest improve niet.ts of the art. KN LA Ml Kit IMIOTOOttAPHS.reprodu no irom the snmlle-t Miniatures to Lite Sue, are ta? on nt thi* Gallery equal to any taken East or ‘.Vest. All negative* are carefully retouched and preserved lor future orders, jel LGIT18 MON \C**t Artist. YOUING’S CONFECTIONERY! pA.V III US, FRUITS, N UTS A N DCt>S KEt' V, TlUXEKY manufactured by myself, at the noir ‘'onfoctionury Store, on The l.nxt Side of Main •Street, opposite Meyers dr Franklin's. No Old Imported Confectionery! All Confeccionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEPT OPPOSITION! ■y2l-W M. YOUNrt, Eureka Drug Store! □ Next IhMir to Welle, Fargo t-J A (o'. Ottire. JO W here can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines. Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery anil Toilet Artii'es of ul amis. Careful attention given to the preparation ot I'll VKKIANS' PKKSIKIPTIONS, Having had a practical knowledge in this lie fur more than twenty-live yean, apjnti K. J. SCHNEIDER. Druggist. DANCING ACADEMY. Professor Bach Announces to the public that classes lor instruction will commence TUI USD AY evening, J an uary lith. Classes of instruction for gentlemen, TUES DAY evening, at 8 o’clock, I'ractising class, THURSDAY evening at 8 o’clock. Ladies free at practising classes on Thurs day evenings. Classes of instruction for ladies on TUES DAY and THURSDAY, at 2 o’clock p. it. With regular attendance rapid progress is guaranteed. ju4-lm PROF. L. BACH. EDWARD CASEY, Fashionable Tailor. Has removed to the north- a, went corner of M.in .nd Bate man stroots. ubove Sweeney’, stable, 7* whore he will keep constantly on hnmi —LL Cloth* *f the Latest Patterns, And a complete assortment of all kinds ol TAlLOltiNu HOODS. Keeping luliy posted in regard to the latest stylos, 1 um enabled at ull times to serve my t.atrons with FASH IONABLE OAKMENTri. All work guaranteed, and PRICES TO Sllir THE TIMES. No misfits allowod to leave the shop. nkOtf FlUAL Ml OK ALL DESCRIP 1 Mens, printed to order at tho SENTINEL tiffiee. _ MiaCELLA NEOUfj. ' D. M A N H EIM, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING, MAIN STREET, | Eureka, Nevada _jalltf * J. STRAUS^ NEW JEWELRY STOREi \ MAIN KTRKirr, ' Below the Porker Home -t TY STOCK OK JEWELRY 18 COM. 1"A plot*# in every particular. A No. 1 Pebble Spectacles and Eye Glasses. My jewelry i. from the eetabliphnentol the only inannfacturin* eoio|>any on the Coaet d»tf FiWE JEWELRY! J- ■ WATCHMAKER -AM*-* J E W E L E B. EKI’S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A I , wvlhpelectml stock of finediamonds, fold and silver watches and chain-*, fine JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, AND Cl«)cki*, And a good assortment of •pectarle*. Pl**a«e call at ht* store, two d *»rs below Meyer* k Franklin’s, and ex'min* bi« new stock of goods bofor purchasing elsewhere. Ihs motto is t^l JcK .'ALKd A.nD SMALL PltnFlIS. All of i h" a be vp h« guarantees to be of the RKaf Qt ALITV, and warranted i* reire« senf**d. .N. B.-Sisciil attention paid to work. Watches repaired and .'leased and war anted to one y *ar. New j'-w-lry uado to order, and jewelry neatly r-r tired. All orders from the cour.i r. promptly at tendant to. jaltl DOWN! DOWN'. GOES Pine, Mahogany and Cedar \V O O I> ! Having made akkangk.me.vk with Jake Waditth Koran unlimited supply of wood, end dwir uumti keeping paro with tho times, the un dersigned wilt deliver at any part of Eureki Free of Charge, the Best Quality of Pine and Mahogany Wood At SI2 00and $13 00 Per Cord, and Cedar at $9 00. STOVE WOOD nleo miin liod on ihort notice. IN'o Use Talking! We will Not be Undersold by any Monopoly!. A. GAU.AGHER AC0., Eureka Wood Yard, near the Atlu furnace. r.iMm The Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS! REMAININ'} ON OUK HANDS AT present will honceforto be Sold at a Great Seduction! Ae we must sell the seme to make room for our SPRING STOCK! Which will arrive herein April. Our stock being too numerous to . we will only say that any l»dv ■n*e*r, good selection of DRY IIOJJDD. *ud j! gentlemen in search of UdUHlNij, wid I* it to Ihoir advauisgo to give u« a cell Dei purchasing elsewhere. COME ONE! COME ALL! MEYERS & FRANKLIN February 11. Ibid- "l_ _ MOORE & McDOUGALl, Imrorter* and Dealers in ITAriB and FANCY DRY GOODS! EUREKA, NEVADA. New Goods Constantly Arrvinc Samples Sent Free to any Fart of the State. OUR MOTTO IS One 1* r i c e ! MOORE & McDOUGALL. P. S.-Our Store Closes on Sunday* jafttf