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eureka daily sentinel.
=!^~TUKSDAY. JULY 18, 1S7B. STOCK REPORT. H»n Fri»uci»co Stock E*chi»i»*o. Sab EbaBoiuco, July 17. annainn hoard. i ,88B8SySSW»»* 4080 California—50‘i dd*j7b«Wo># foAtiO J8&1tiS3Ai«y •«»!( 340 Hale **?™™"-** »/. »H 8 4 85 Crown Point—»4 9 4 710 Yellow Jacket—Jo 2u4 4000 I mperial—4X 4 ¥ 300 Kentuek—111) 4 376 Alpha -85'*-*'4 *1 37 40 Belcher-174 9$ Confidence—. 3(15 S. Nevada -l;W Id ld/£ ldb > ]20 Bullion -40*4 40 150 Exchequer—15 11X104 UX 380 Overman—Ho #7 B74 o? 25 Exchequer—1IX 410 J uetiee—Wl 204 2# AI5 Union Con.—II 7.50 Cady Bryan—7ac »0c 805 Julia—8 V 7 74 438 Caledonia—8¥ 9 94 RTK8180 board. 80 Raymond A Ely—* 140 Eureka Con.-11 H* Mi Alps—I IX 4U0 Belmont-3 34 3 4 385 Leopard—*4 84 8 4 J8 Northern Bell.-274.30 27 27^ 245 (Ven*™al"Thomas—24 2X 2 1780 Mansfield—o24c ouc j24csJ0 J00 Modoc-3 150 New Conn-24 800 Holden Chariot 374e 150 (llcbe—29c ...... 150 Baltimore Con.—1*4 1 4 48. Silver Hill- 7B*bl0 6¥ 200 Challenge—4 2X1 Kock Island-l‘4 IX 100 Ifardanellox—I 30 New York—..24c 10 Occidental-84 Hi Woedville—14 ..TO Ladr Wash.— 24 2W Kossuth l u 1 1'4 215 Anilea -24 2*4 2X1 Wells Ear*o—15c 174c 4.5 Ward-1 115 Prospect 0 5X 200 Virainia—2X 805 California—50*4 53 584 58)4 yOO Mexican-284 284 'A* 5U Trojan 35c 5 Chollar—714 1*1) Best A Belcher—424 41 (0. Con. Vn. 40't 43V. 134 3.75 lniperial-44 J80 Overu.un -884 88 :*8i. Yellow Jacket- 8 28 4 IS. Alpha-884 38 374 210 IIaiu A Norcross 84 854 111 I nion Con.—II'» IP. I HO sierra Nevada—13)4 29. .1 ulia—7 5 75 8 .'Hi Uphir—43 5. 44 4 4 4 4 1 4 IV* Justice —28X M 4 '20 Huuld A Cui ry —1IV_ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* and Departure*. |« THK KU*KK4 4H0 tA 1.1*4t)K B4ILB04*. Orpartnrn* inly IBIh. Mr) M J lluiwll Cba* Eorcuaon >1ra Luna trarx'ison Mr»J U ilickoz .loo iialla «< IV Slaidnaoil Mr. K n(inner J J MoLbkI it II Dal indorf John i'oarce H in IMnnin Win Heaton < baa Siuipaon J M KnxUah Arrival* July iBth. .!.« Kirk am L McKinney J Li Met Loo lic|inrlurr* Ya-alrrilay. .1 L l.inzenleltor Jilin liell KltJohniun W.uSmth rl'reina T Lilly Mr» Mary E 0*.~horn Arrival* l.aal .Vlxht. J C .Mnu|iin L .( Ilnncliott J M Ileal.ell M Atwood Dr .io. A »i.t is II Hoyt J VV kluiuii.x IV i .Siiupaon J 1> \V lii.l<l.-ii ll S Iwroard S uuaonthal O i’yton trei.cii i i.arey Ktj Smith Vi J Muncay Arrival* July I7tta. by rnvHtuiTs Hi.i.uoar ktaun likz. Mn Hooper and two Mra Hodxos children LIliLatbrop li li Hall John 1'iedjo N H illiaiaa Ur •..'kllila PKWUtliU. Personal.—J. M. Knglixh ami J. It. Mctiee, of the Tylro Consolidated Company, arrived on Sunday night’s train (rom San Francisco, and left on yesterday morning's stage for Tvbo. They will return here in shout a week. W. J. Muncey, a pioneer of Kee'e Klver, White Piue, Shellhuru, Cornu copia and other argentiferous milling regions, arrived un last night's train from Palisade. I.. J. Hanchett, superintendent of the Jefferson Company, was a passen ger on last night's train. APPORTION Jf KM C OF M4IIOOI. .MOJIKYN. The following gives an abstract of the second seini-auuual apportionment of school moneys in this Slate for the year 1876: State ov N kva pa, Dkpartm't Public Instruction, ■ Cailson, July II, 187U. To School Superintendents amt fiscal omcers of the.Mate of Nevada: You are hereby notifiedtim iu accordance with the provisions of the amended school law, 1 have this day apporilnned the suin ol sixineu thousand and sixty-six /an! “vefinH hundretha dollars r .'i i 7») among the several counties ol this Slate, upon the basis rf the school census returns for the year end ng August 31, 1875, as per the follow ing abstract of apportionment; No. of Children iS1—.rH-8 Klk.f . 3H 5*1 i, OriuVhv. >81 #B 18 8torev . 7.17 1.044 M Wa,hoe.2.071 6..U5 1» Whitenin'. 'W 1.4411 4.1 Tot,1,.. fld.OJJ 75 Kespeotfully submitted. Mamuei, F. Kellt, otate Sup't Public Instruction. Horn.—An announcement) will be noticed under the appropriate head that Matt. Kyle, Deputy Sheriff at t'lb.y HI", >jKH |,e„n doing aoinellilng I,7 “i8 country in the way of giving ojnployment to the next census taker. ho is the happy daddy of a 11 pound , unP of iniantine femininity which smied its first vocal note in Nevada, 4 aliforma, on the 9th instant. A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE! Seven Buildings Burned—The Town Saved Through the Effort* of the Fire Department. Sunday, at midnight, the whistle at the Atlas Smelting Works sounded the alarm of tire, and In a few mo ments the sound of the hells at the houses of the two fire companies and the notes of the Richmond Company's steam whistle were added to the gen eral din. The town was spee lily aroused and soon a large prop' r.ion of its Inhabitants of both sexes were hurrying to the scene of Ihe contlagra lion, which proved lo be on Smith Main street, opposite the Atlas Com patty's furnaces. The It re commenced in a small unoccupied frame building on llie east side of Main ai reel, which, until about a week ago. had been oc cu I and a* a Chinese wash-house. The fire was first observed by Henry Short, the engineer at the Atlas works, who immediately gave the alarm. When first discovered the entire building was in flames. The two iiose companies were promptly on the 'pot, the Res cues taking .he (dug near the Silver (trick Hotel and the Knickerbockers stiaching to the hydrant above the Turner House. Unfortunately, neither company bail sutHyient length of hose. The Rescues got the tirsi waier on ihe fire, and fust as they commenced 10 play, the flames were oomirmnioaiing to the upper side of the Ktko Hotel, a large frame building, situated about Iweuiy five feet from the burning wash-house and Mr. Loscliensohl’s dwelling on the same lots. If at this time llie Rescues hose had been of suf ficient length to have thrown the wa ter on the part of the building where it was most needed, the hotel would doubtless have been saved and the destruction of pro|iert|r confined to the building where the fire originated, hut it soon i«canie apparent that tile hotel was doomed. The Knirkerlmekers were in a still wor»e predicament, their hose not reaching to within fifty feel of the burning building. Roth compa nies were working ni a disadvantage and considerable valuable time was lost before the two lm»e were connect ed; af'er winch they wore made to do effectual service. In the meantime the hotel and adjoining dwelling houses were enveloped in fl tines, which had al«o communicated to the carpenter’* shop and dwelling house ol i'lullip McMillan, mi ihe adjoining lot below, anil also to a small frame siitble belonging to N. A. Wil liams on the east side of Ituel street. About ibis lime quite a breeze sprang up from the sou'll end me 1’iirmiiK niniir'* nin ijihu is wm q blown a considerable dis ance down tile canyon. A Hying brand struck and ignited (lie roof of M. ltorowsky’s dwelling, on Spring street, half a dozen blocks from llie scene of the tire. The roof of Bigelow's tlall a!«u caught, bill, forinnatelv, in Isith eases the Himes were ilbrorrrel amt ex ringuislied before they had gained any headway. It seemed for a time «» though the destruction of the town was inevitable, and p-uple in the lower part, of the city commenced uiakuig arrangements for removing their p >r • aide property to places ot sale y, mil fortunately the wind in a sliuri time subsided and the almost superhuman elfin* of the Piemmi and e.n 17.-n* finally prevailed and the ravages ot the (lames were checked at the dwell ing-house of II. /.oilman, one side of which wascharred completely through. Too much credit can not be accorded the officer* ami member* of Kescue and Knickerbocker Hose com.iania* and the Hook and Ladder Compaiiv for their strenuous and successful ef torts in silt dumg tile llanies. They all worked together in perfect har mony, and to I hem the |ienple of Ell reka arc indebted for the existence of their town to day. The origin of 1 lie fire is unknown, hut it is supposed to have been tile work of a Chinese ineendiarv. The former occupant of llie building where the tire emuuieueed was a Chinaman wlm recently ran away cnit*h|erablv in debt to some ot hll$%nunirvtiien He had previously sold or mortgaged (tie building, ami it is thought 1 hat some cf lain Mongolian creditors appii-d the torch in revenge for their losses I'lie following is a list of i|»e |o*>a*: Kureka and falilhruia Lumber Com pany, lumlaer burned, $100; Louis Ldschenkoill. Elko lin'd, dwelling houses, furniture, etc.. $i>.50tl; Philip McMillan, carpenter’s wimp, dwelling, furnitlire, tools, ete., $2,500; Hermaoii Hrei'acker, China wash-hou e. $UNi; N. A. Williams, frame stahle, $250; H /oilman, damage to dwelling and blacksmith simp, $1,1X10, On ihe Klko Hotel property was a lire proof cellar, the contents of which were nnlnjii'eil. Witlt this exception, and a lew articles of furniture, Mr. Loschenknlil to*t everything lie possessed in (lie world. He is an indusi rions and liaril working man, and tile loss falls heavily upon him. Mr. McMillan also lost every thing excepting a portion of his lur 11 iture and tools. He, too, is singu larly imfnrtunaie. having been one of the principal sufferers by the tire which destroyed the Skntimki. office nearly three years ago. None ol the luinied property was insured. A I.iTTLK Blaze.—About0:30 o'clock yesterday morning, alter most of the people had returned liome from the I tig tire, and were indulging in (heir first nap, another alarm was sounded, causing them to tumble out t.f bed and burry on their clothes again in short meter. This alarm was cosed by a lire breaking out in Hilly Bor land's stable, in the rear of ilia Arcade Saloon. A living brand from the big tire had doubtless lodged on tlio build ing and smoldered until that time, when it broke out. The ti re com pa n les turned out promptly, but their -ervicee were nut required, as tlie lire was ex tlnguished by a volunteer bucket brigade. Information Wanted. — II. W. Benson, of Boston, makes Inquiry con cerning the whereabouts of his brother, John Brown It -nsnii, whom lie has not seen for fifteen years. lie his reason to believe that he is somewhere in Jiil verlaod. In Arizona.—l)r. Uoodt'ellow, for merly of Hamilton, has lately beet! examining the mineral resources o Arizona Territory. The Miner sayt he is well pleased with the outlook. IIASK MKTAI, MINKS. The San Francisco Chronicle a few days ago published this item: “Eu reka Consolidaied appears to feel the effects of tlie heavy decline in silver without producing any at present, it is expected that mo«t of the'base metal mine* will be forced to suspend oper ations should the price of silver hold at present figures.” Commenting on the above, the San Francisco Stock Exchange truthfully remarks: "There is no particular rea son why most of the base metal mines shuuld suspend operations, any more than most of the silver mines. If the base metal mines can produce rich ore —say from $100 to $:S0() per ton. we arc strongly of the opinion that they could better stand the discount on sil ver than many of the Comstock silver mines that mill ore assaying below $.10 par ton. .So far as Eureka Consoli dated is concerned, tlie price has scarcely varied $d per share in as nianv months. Since the failure of the Eureka bonanza it has not pro duced much—not because of the de cline in silver, but because of the ab sence of rich tire. If Eureka was a uihise corporation, run by another close corporation, a la t Contract and Finance. Mill Company, Ac., ore enough would l>e extracted to keep I he furnace run ning and the shareholders paving as seas incuts. Hut the management seems somewhat different.” Intrkpid Fireman. — At the fire yesterday morning the residence of II. /ottman was saved by the intrepidity of Jitn Middaugli, who, when the shingles were on fire in every direc tion ami the smoke anil flames from the adjoining buildings sweeping over him, mounted the roof wiih a garden hose, the stream from which kept down the fiames until the water from the big hose could lie brought to bear upon the roof and the tireexti guished. Ills clothes were burned in many places and Ids hair badly singed, but lie remained at iiis po*t until the safety of the building was insured. Mr. /ottman, in a card in another column, pays Mr. Middaugli a merited com pliment for Ins heroic conduct. Vivian.—Tlie inimitable Vivian will give an cmeriamiiient at Bigelow’s Hall next Friday evening, prior to hi' departure for tlie Fast, w here he Is tin •ter engagements to appear in a num ber of itie principal cities. He w ill lie assisted by Mias Imogens Holbrook, the accomplished eloculiorist, whose readings have been so highly com mended by the California press. As they will appear hut one nigiit tlie house will doubtless he crowded, and those desiring eligible seats will do A’ell to secure them prior lo tlie even ing designated for tlie entertainment. Chinese Kirk Traps.—Nearly every tire that has occurred in ibis town lias originated in a Chinese wash-house. The people are gelling very tired of it, and ilie <pie'ii"ii is beginning to be obeli asked it tiiere are not some legal means bv Which these Instilmlolls call be rest rusted lo some particular ha-ai iiv where the property of the whiles will mil lu endangered by them. We are decidedly ol me opinion (hat some iiieasine should lie dtvised which will t-Hecl that end. Struck Water. — Tlie eight-hour shill working on the 1100-loot level ol the Fureka Consolidated yesterday, struck a stream of water as large as a man's leg. I'lie tanks vvere uuatde to keep 1 he drift clear and I he men had lo <1 mt work. The impression prevails among the miners Hiai inis water i' from llie K K, where a considerable quantity lias accumulated. Tiiere i' no doubt that the ll i id is hilt temp >r ary and that ihe How will subside within a lew days. More Hose.—It is to lie hoped that the ex|ierieuce of .Sunday night will amuse our citizens to the necessity ol I rocuring a larger amount ol hose for ilie tire companies. If the ltesciics had had another section tile tire would have i-een confined to the I uildmg where the tire originated. Three iiuti died led more are needed at least. Unredeemed Klkdok*.—H. Man tienn gives notice Ju to-day ’^Sentinel to nil owners of unredeemed pledgee to call lor and redeem the same prior t" tlie tirst pioximo, or they will he sem loisan Francisco 10 lie sold at auction. From the Spanish Belt—Uncle Dave Hall returned last evening from the Spmilsli Belt. He speaks fa vorably of the milling outlook ol tliHl -ec ion and predicts for it a brilliant luture. . SPECIAL NOTICES. Lost. July .itb, between Eureka and Fish Cr s,k, one dross pattern, corn-colored organ die, with a satin stripe Th ' Under will be suitably rewar ted bv ler.ving it the Skmtiskl o'tiee, or a! H h Creek Station. The name of the undersigned is on tho wrapper and hand kcrehtof. MKS. PAGE. jyU’-lw , Thk “Gnlden Hule” is an establishment where all purties desiring to purchase goods can rely on a one-price system and fair deal ing. i.o thira, then, everybody, und see " JorVut theUOLUK.'i RULE ST'tllfc,,throe doors below Hank Knight’s corner, and ad joining bd Looney’s saloon, Main street. iyll-lf ___ MOIH'H. apl9 -—♦ Rooms to L*t.—Wo have fit tod up the old Criterion Hall, over our store, into suite* of mu.ns, which we wld rout unfurnished lor ntliees or sleeping rooms. This is ihe most desirable loca Ion in town, and parties desir ing o rent will do well to mane immediate application to u. Dll-N KEL 3t CO. jeltl tf _^ _ What shall we do to ho savedt Go to Geo. L. Ott to got yout horses shod for S3; all o'lter work tor one-third less than ihe usual price. Work first-class and one price. _ See advertisement in this paper. mylT-tf vi mil's. api9 Watchrs and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanliku manner, go to l*. Sleler’s jewolry store. ono door south of b. Aslrim i Co., Main street. iSi-upllltl -.-• Jor, of the Golden Rule Store, has uddod to his ordinary stock of goods a line or good and substantial boots and shoes; also hats and caps. Call and be assured that he sells CHEAP FOR CASH. lelfT-tf ItKI) OF TIUNHR. I l>eg leave to return thanks to the officers ami member* of the lire com panies of Eureka and the citizens gen erally for their successful efforts in saving my property at the flro yester day morning; and especially would I thank the gentleman who remained upon t lie roof of my house fighting the fire until the shingles were binned off. Not having I lie plea-tire of hi.* ac quaintance, I can not call him by name, lint if he will call at my place it w ill give me pleasure to present him with a suit of clothes in tfie place of the one that w as burned off of him in his no ble efforts to save my properly. H. ZOTT.MAN. Eureka, July 17, 1870. New Goons.—The largest stock of Swiss mulle, Victoria lawn, bishop’s lawn and Jacknette, just arrived at n. lhinkel Jt Co’-, from Now York. Our entire stock of cloth ing is for sale. SraciAL.—An entire new stock just received at the Golden liule, embracing the latest styles in calico, C’h »viot and woolen shirts, Sommer underclothing, etc., which will bo sold OHKA1’ FOR GASH. je^7-tf ——>-♦- V Hours. apis Fursishkh Rooms ro bur.—A suite of two rooms, handsomely furnished, in a private bo.irding-huu«e. Apply at MRS. IlKEN r’S, on spring street. je-t-tf Ick crk\m froerer and outfit for sale at tho Golden Ru e. Call and secure a bargain, jog7-tf MOtll’ft. apt!) Mocha coffee, tongues and sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackers. The above is a Irosh invoieo at Mrs. Ashim’s myg-tf Gkt your Cigars, Tobacco, Cutlory, Station ery and Notions at the Golden Rule. _je^i-tf Skrd.—Garden Seed, flowor and vegetable, alfalfa, etc., at Mrs. M. A. Ashim. mr2ti-tf To prkvkht cosklaghatior and save money, goto Clark’s and buy Itowr.er’s oil. jel-itf MOril’M. apt!) 1 'HUFFSSIOJSAL. 1>AT. E. BaII.Y. J. Lansixg. LANSING & BAILY, \TT»RNEYN AT I.AH . OFFICE: 2d floor, stone building. couth west corner of Clark and .Main street*, kureka Nwv. _my 21- tf C. G. HUBBARD. ATTORNEY at law and no. TAKY PUBLIC. Itffic- on Clnrk street. in Wbitton’g American Lxchansre building. myl!’-tf A. C. HIHHOP. D. C. ( KAU. DRS. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYMMI4NM A n It M'KttEONM. Oftico on Main tract, upposite Paxton A UVg Bank. Eureka. fltftf THUS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT I.AW, Main Street, Furcka, Acratla. ♦i-tf G. W. BAKER. \T TORN E Y A T I. A W A N It Nui’AliY PL 111* 1C. Office in 3ick viand's brick building, baton a i sToet, Eureka Nevada. > Alt THOMAS J. READ, pmi* fa«ixki:k am> i . is. dki*. VJ nty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ky und’s brick building, on the corner of buol ind bateman streets, up stairs. my 14 J. K. SHAFER, ATTOHXKY AT 1*4w. OFFICE UP stairs in .Masonic building. <?2tf thomas laspeyrk, i TTOKNIA A.\l> HKKKKLOK A. at Law. N’otan Public and Commis sioner of l>t-eds lor California. Uflieo in the Court-house bus ding. ap23 GEO. W. aMEKKILL, 4 TTOKNIiY AT I*AW, DISTRICT Attorney lor Eureka count.), and No tary Public. Ollice in the Court-house. o2*itf M. ROCKMAN. M. D. I ) II YNIt'IA N, •illUitON, XV. 1 coucheur, Oculist und Aurist. Graduate of the Imperial Medical College of W nr-iar. ' "land, and ot the Pacific Medi cal Col I eg •, of San Francisco. Office on CjDrk street, foimorlv occupied by Justice b. M. bcatly. wrl2-tt C HAMILTON, I). I). S., 0 EXTINT. Roosts: Five doors ^ . south o» th« Skntinkl otfice, HiMM etroot, F.urokn. R ™ POLL TAX. ^ POLL TAX OF i OUR DOLLARS IS now duo the State, for tho year lh7d, by eaeh male inhabitant over tho ago of twenty-one and under sixty years, l’lease call at the As sessor's office and settle. J. C. HOW ELL, County Assessor. Eikrka, Nev., April 21*, 1870. __hp2_> SAM’L MORK. r. B. UK 1 NOLLS. J. EVANS. Agent. MORE, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of WINDS AND LIQUORS, 212 California St.. San F'rancisoo. e»"Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for Q. 0. Blake's lioiirnon County Whi«kie«. 9-tf W. P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. Will keep on hand an assort-j men? uf Rosewood Caskets of Every S*yle, Coffin Trimmings, Etc. •SP Funerals attended to with promptness ind all the arrangements made with'enre and ttontion. Throe doors north of Paxton A lo's Hank. Main streot Eureka. rohlH Visiting Hours. 1 PERSONS WISHING To VISIT THE County Jail, or tho prisoners confined therein art notified iliat lue reguur visiting hour is from J to 4 o'clock, p. m. GEO. W. GILMOHH, jefi-tf .vh *ritY. * For Sale, 'PIIE LEASE AM* IT KN PITRE OF THE 1 El LEKA L'*IK3ING-HU SE. The abovo lodging house has been newly papered and fitt- d up, is also in good repair. Is centrally situated on Main street. F<*r terms, apply on the premises, previ* oul to July ut. jelitl MISCF.L LANEO OS. (.. W. OftOMKR. T. J.KABPtR rfi All PIN <& CROMER Wholesale and lletail Dealers in HARDWARE. Midi, and mining m>oDS, gas PIPES STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. lloilHe i'uriiltlilng UikmIa, STOVES, i IN AND COITEK WAliE. I>0W. DKi; A V D FUSE. W IN HI,ASS Koi’E "i- A U, SIZES, ETC. »e are a!».i to Cut unU Fit Ka« Pipe. MILL & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notice. The lies! quality of Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers ol Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention raid to all work in our line, and guaranteed to give tierfect satisfac ‘ion in every particular. Constantly on hand, Blasting and Giant Powder pi.WDER. FUSE, CAPS. ETC. auotf MAI PIN A CROMER. For Sale. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY! r|MlE PUBLIC CAN PURCHASE FOR 1 CASH, or improved paper, the fallowing described property: Thirty No. 1 Work Horses and Mules; Quartz, Wood and Coal Wagons; Harness Strech ers, Etc., Etc.; or Teams Complete, if De sired; FIVE THOUSAND GOOD SECOND HAND BARLEY SACKS; ONE CART AND HARNESS; Also my Dwelling House, Situate et the head of Spring street, containing six rooms and a hall; also the property at tho f03t of Buel street, known as tho Davis property, consisting of a large Adobe House, con taining fifteen rooms, in excellent repair, suitable fur a hotel or lodg ing-house. And the large stables adjoining, with a ca pacity of stabling ono hundred head of animals, with acoral attached; —xi.so— ONE IRON FRA IS E F1AI In perfect order, of the celobrutod Mathu shok make. All of tho a bovo described property I will sell at a bargain. jS-tf IV. II. llARKUB. The Best Democratic Paper. FOB THE CAXVXFAiaXV. The Virginia Evening Chronicle for $4. 'I'llE POLITICAL EVENTS OF THE 1 Presidential campaign will bo copiously sot forth in the Virginia Evening Chronicle, nnd the iMiily Edition will be mailed, postage paid, to any address in Nevada or California, from July 1st till the end of November,for $1. The Kvknixo Chronic;.k has Special Corres pondents in Washington, Ne\fc York, St. Louis and San Francisco, nnd sutPcriberscan reiv upon be kept thoroughly posted. The Comstock Mining Reports and Local News of V irginia are more fully detailed in the Evening Chronicle than in any other newspaper, and being issued but throe hours before tho departure of tho mail train, its news is 21 hours ahead of the Enterprise. Address hVENINd Cll HON 1CLE, je27-lm Virginia. Nevada. WOODRUFF & ENNOR, Wholmnle .I Retail Dealers In GROCERIES Provisions, Buttor, Eggs, Miners’ Supplier —AND— General Merchandise <1LASS WARE. CROCKERY WARE, AND WOODEN WAKE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on band. Remember the place: Woodruff 4c Ennot’e old stand. Main street. Eureka. jol!8tf FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. TUllE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE 1 spectfully announce that he has been ap pointed ugent for the Principal American and loreign Fire Insurance Companies, And ia now prepared to take insurance in Eureka and Ruby Ilill. ' Business promptly attonded to. BENJ. C, LEVY. Agency at the office of W. U. liarrub, South ■Spring street, near Bichurund furnace. _jytitf_ THE NEW .STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. Corner of Buel and Bateman streets, Eureka. YUST ARRIVED—A WAGON-LOAD OF *1 Centennial Fourth of July goods, consist ing of flags and embleuiS’of all desun[ tions. 1 have a lot of LADIES' UNDERWEAR, which 1 will sell below cos:. Vegetables, Fresh from tile gardens of California, arrive on even train. jeW-tf MRS. M. A. ASHIM. I UMI. HI tSKNUK Ai.L DKSCRIl" j non., printed to order ul me SEN I'lIfEL Utlioo. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, *e. DRY GOODS FOR TIIE MILTsION l MEYERS & FRAXKLIY Eeo to inform their ladt and gentlemen friends that their im mense stock of Spring & Summer Dry Goode —AND— CLOTH I N G Has arrived, and they invite them to inspect the beautiful goods at their eatablishmaitt before purchasing elsewhere. Their stock consists in part of SUMMER SILKS In plain, plaid and stripes, of newest shades. PONGEES AND MOHAIB GOODS ( Carmelite Cloths, Baleros, Lawns, Linens, Etc. An endless variety in Hosiery, Embroidery Corsets, Kid Gloves, Laces, etc. Paranoia Isa all Colors sad Miss. Ladies', Misses’ and Children’* Trimmed llats of the very latest style* from tbs most fashionable milliners. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERT BEST MAKERS. 3UR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is complete, and should be inspected, ai it insists of every article appertaining to a Fit at Class Clothing Establishment I Our motto is to Give lb, host Goods lOr the leant Moisey. As one of the Srm is residing in Ban Fran cisco, nil orders will be punctually attended MEYERS & FRANKLIN ap® GREAT BARGAINS —AT THE J. COHN & BRO., Proprietors. CLOTHING! CLOTHXira! CLOTHING ! FOR THE MILLION! After ten days*steady unpack ing, we are now rendy to meet our customers, and offer to the publie the most complete and extensive stuck of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING That has ever been bronght to this part of the country, at prices so low as to astonish the olosest buyer. THE STOCK, Consists of new and beautiful patterns of Fronch, English and American eassimoro Suits; Diagonal Suiis, of the latest style; flats, Boots, and Shoes, and everything required —u a— First-Class Clothing Store. Wo call especial attention to 200 Cassimere Suits, at 012 50 per suit, and 200 Donanta Suits at *17 50. ttWDon’t purchase before yon examine our mammoth Btock.TS* THE WHITE HOUSE! MAIN street, eureka, nev. J. COHN & UO., PROPRIETORS. fjatf