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~^^3UNDAV. OCTOBER 22. 1876. STOCK REPORT. whii 8toek Kxrhnnarr. Saw Feawowoo, October 21. MORNING BOARD. Onhir—W-e 5S*4 alpo Mexican—2933 b-5 29* 23* #0 Oonld A Curry-1)3 lo33 l»-< r..r u0«r a Belcher—49/6 49 4»* 48 6 6*5) California—69 .59*4 •170 ^flVQIje—14* 11^ jtidO Con. Virginia—55 5434 51* »l’sb> 590 Cbollar—81 » 80 79 i 040 Hale A Norcross—9 8 a 7* crown Point—1214 12* 12*3 13bl0 si) Yellow .1 ttckct —2 > 2Sfcj> 204 4fi> Imperial—897*30 4 4bo 425 Alpha-4 4j-3 175 belcher- 19 8 3 •;j0 S. Nevada—Id 12* 12 a jk) t tah-lh* IH',9 lrt Confidence—1*>‘a 21) Bullion—3>i 3>J* XlO Exchequer—14 v .V) Overman—88 82* 82V. 82 (MO Justice -25*3 2>*3 235 Union Cen-11 183 13* 100 belcher-18*3 iif» Julia-7l4 7* MOCWedonia-lO# 10* KM Baltimore Con.—2* blO ft) Silver llill—J 4 70 Meadow Vnlloy-25c 20c 30 Euroka Con.—13* 133 street <lnolatioua-4:30 P. M. Mexican—293 sales Yellow Jacket- 243 sales Upbir-53 sales Alpha—45 bid California—59 asked Con. Virginia—55 asked .1 ustice- 25 bid Union Con.—18* asked Ravage 15 asked best A li'-lcber—48* asked 8. Nevada -18 asked ( hollar 80 asked Clown Point—123 sales Utah—19 asked Caledon a-103 asked LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RF.MUIOFH HOTICEM. Methodist Church—Rev. J. A. Grey, pastor. Services at Iligelow’s Hall at 11 a. M. and 7:30 i*. m. A cor dial Invitation is extended to all to attend. Subject of evening lecture: ’• A young man must sow his wild oats.” St. Finian’s Church—Rev. James J. Hynes, Pastor. Mass at 10:30 a. m. j Sunday school at 3 o'clock r. m. Ves- j pers at 7:30 p. m. The lirsl Sunday of i sitch month there will be lirst mass at tt o'clock; the second at the usual hour. St. Jambs’ Church.—Rev. Charles 11. Marshall, rector. Services at 11 a. M.,and 7:30 o’clock p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Seats free. All are cordially invited to attend. Presbyterian Church—Rev. J. McClain, Pastor. Services at 11 o’clock A. M. and 7:30 o'clock p. m. Union Sabbath School—Meets to day at 13 o’clock, at the Presbyterian church. _ Tiiic Great Spookist.—Next Friday night, as will be noticed by an adver tlwirent in another column. Professor Baldwin, tlie great exposer of spiritual tricks, clairvoyant, Idood-writin^ and other humbugs, will give one of hi* marvelous exhibitions at Bigelow's llall. He professes to execute his wonderful tricks by no o her than material agencies, but h« double dis counts the performance* of any disom bod'es spirit that ever cut up liis didos on this tMiresti.il sphere. ICastern pa pers notice his exhibitions in ihn most extravagant terms, designating them as the most wonderful performances ever offered to the public. Reserved seats can lie secured by applying to Jesse Bigelow, at the hall. ■■ ■ ■- ■ ♦--• The Pilgrim.—This peripatetic typo walked into the Sentinel’s compos ing room last evening about S o'clock, having just arrived from Austin, from whence he came on the stage, which .is decidedly »n anomalous modo of traveling for him. as he almost inva riably patronizes Foot A Walker's line, lie has traveled afoot all over the United Slates and its Territories, never stopping more than a week in any town. When he reaches a place con taining a priming office, ho generally “subs” a few days until he earns a faw dollars, and then resumes his wanderings. His nomadic life appears to agree with him, as ha doesn't ap pear any oldor than lie did twelve or tiltecn years ago. For the Assembly.—T. J. Bell, proprietor of the Kureka and Tybo stage line, has been nominated by ilia Democrats of Nye county for the As aetnbly. Mr. Bell is a representative man of the people, a thorough-going business man, honest and capable, and in every respect titled for the position for which ho is nominated. If the people of Xye consult their own inter ests they will see that lie is elected, for they will (ind in him a faithful and in defatigable worker tor their local inter ests. Eleoant Costumes.—Among the other attractions at the Vienna Ladies’ concert to morrow evening aro the gorgeous costumes which will bo worn by the female members of the troupe. If Is claimed that their dresses aro the richest and most elaborate evor worn on the stage mi this coast. They have a complete change for evory evening's entertainment. Returned from White Pink.— Judge Cole and A. M. Ilillliouse re turned last evening from Hamilton, whore the former has been holding court and the latter been attending to some law business before it. Wo infer from Judge Cole’s return that the Dis trict Court of White Pine has ad Journed for the session. ---♦-—.i.i Scarlet Fever.—Mabel, the little daughter of George Payne, one of the Sentinel’s corps of compositors, is dangerously ill with scarlet fever. So far as we can learn, Ibis is tho only case of that disease in this town. Cold Nights.—The weather tor the last few nights has been unusually clid tor tliis soasou of the year. Fri day night ice formed out of doors a quarter of an inch in thickness. THAT EIREKA DISPATCH TO THE ENTERPRISE. The telegraphic report of the meet ing addressed by Colonel Ellis at this place on last Wednesday night, which was published in Thursday morning's Enterprise, is conceded by Democrats and Republicans to be a willful per version of tho facts and a gross outrage upon decency. Instead of “the crowd thinning rapidly” during the discourse, the Court-room where tho meeting was held was tilled to its utmost capacity, as were also the adjoining oflices, from the commencement of Mr. Ellis’ speech until its close. A largo number ol peopla were unable to gain admission to tho Court-room, and the committee that engaged tho Court-house was severely censured for not securing IJigelow’s Hall, which would have ac commodated a larger crowd. These are the facts, as are well known to everybody here: Colonel Ellis deliv ered an address in which he made no attempt at rhetorical display,but which was replete with logic and sound reasoning. lie presented the issues ot the campaign clearly and concisely from a Democratic standpoint: indulg ing in no vituperation, but plainly pre senting the facts and dispassionately reviewing them. Wo have heard the speech highly commended by a num ber of leading Republicans and we opine that, the writer of the dispatch lias not done Mr. Wren any good by his over-zealous efforts in his tehalf among that gentleman's personal friends in the Democratic party here. In justice to Mr. Wren, however, we will state that in ouropinlon he should not he held responsible for the lan guage used in the dispatch, for we are confident that ho will not indorse it nor thank the author for his foolish effort in his behalf. This appears to be a campaign of misrepresentation upon the Republican side, but we doubt if a more silly or impotent false hood lias been sent forth than the one directed »t Colonel Ellis by the author of the Enterprise's report of the meet ing addressed by him here. KVTl It TAI.VMr M TO - MOKKOIV KVF.NIAO. The ladies ami gentlemen compris ing the Vienna Ladies’ Ocliestra troupe will arrive on to-night’s train and will open at Bigelow’s Hail to-morrow evening. The reputation achieved by this company of talented artistes in the Eastern .States lias preceded them hero, and our music-loving people are prepared to give th mu a cordial re ception. A large number of reserved seats have been al ready engage I, and it is more than probable that before the box otiice closes tomorrow afternoon evory position in the front part of the house will have been disposed of. Their engagement at the California Theater in San Francisco precludes the pnssibily of their remaining hero more than three nights, and no lover of mu sic should tail to hear them during that time, as it will he long before an other opportunity will occur here for the enjoyment ot such a musical treat. The box otliee will remain open until t> o'clock to morrow evening, unless all the seats are disposed of prior to that time. Thursday evening the troupe gave an entertainment at Elko, of whicn the In lependent speaks as follows: “The entertainment at the Depot Hotel by the ‘Vienna Ladies,’ last evening, surpassed by far any musical performance we have ever had the pleasure of listening to in Elko. Their salection of pieces is made witli a high order of taste, and the execution is sim ply marvelous. As the name of the troupe suggests, the performers are principally ladies, eight in number, and theconsunimateskill displayed by them in the production of exquisite music throughout is evidence of a de gree of perfection never attained ex cept through long years of untiring devotion to a special calling. Although the Vienna Ladies have been liberally advertised, our citizens had no idea of tlie musical treat in store for them, and the disagreeable condition of the streets ami weather was the cause of the slim attendance. All whom we have heard speak of the conoert ex pressed themselves as highly enter tained with tlie performance and de clared their intention to he present again. If this company of first-class artistes meet with the attention their merits deserve the hall will be tilled to overflowing at each of their con certs as long as they remain in town. We predict a crowded house for them to-night. I.F.IT Ol'T IN THE FOLD. A certain Democratic politician was unmercifully “joshed" by his friends yesterday on account of his failure to register for ilia election. He had been quite busy for several weeks hunting up apathetic and absent-minded Dem ocrats, impressing upon their minds tho importance of the issues in tho im pending contest and rushing them up to tiio Register's office; but his zeal in urging others to the fulfillment of their duties caused him to forget his own, and yesterday morning when tho list of voters appeared in the Sentinel lie suddenly awakened to the fact that ho was left out in the cold, lie rushed up to Justice Realty's office and bogged that the books plight be reopened “for this occasion only,"but that functionary was inexorable and declared tlie act was beyond the range of statutory possibility. Les. Heard, however, pity ing the forlorn condition of the dis franchised Democrat, kindly offered to register ills name in the classifica tion book which he had prepared for Charley Wallace, but his generous offer was declined in terms more ex prsssive that polite. If the Republi cans should carry the State by a single vote, they will win(u) it by the biggest kind of a scratch. Meeting op the Republican Cen tral Committee.—There will bo a of the Republican Central Committee at tho office of Ilillhnuse ,fc Davenport, Monday evening, October 2Sd, at 7 o'clock, sharp. A full attendance is requested. W. II. Davenport Chair man. W. J. Smith, Secretary. —-- -♦ Vandeuuilt Pbbcinot.—We pub lish to-day tho list of voters at Vander bilt. The number of names registered at that precinct le twenty. FROM THE R. F. MININU AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS. The mining correspondent of tbe San Francisco Mining gnd Scientific Press recently visited this district and while here wrote a communication to that journal from which we give our readers the following extracts. In speaking generally of the district ho says: “I paid considerable attention to the surrounding country rock as well as to the peculiarities of the veins, without arriving at any very settled hypothesis in regard to either. Ques tions of this kind may well be left to those who have time for elo-e-r exami nation or who make geology a spe cialty. One thing, however, seems to be well settled, that whether tiro veins arc inclosed between the stratified and unstratified rocks, as in some cases, or wholly in the limestone, or with elav, shale, quartzite, prophviy or feldspar as one wall or in cios< | nir imity, whether denominated fissure, contact, pipe, accumulated or what not, they all appear to carry more or less ore, varying from smaller pockets, of richer or poorer quality, to im mense chambers or bonanzas of the very highest grade, sufficient in extent and value to have long since attracted the attention of the European market. In speaking of the K K mine, the correspondent says: “Accompanied by Win. Arrington, the superintendent, and Mr. Morcom,the foreman,the third, fifth and sixth levels were visit ed, all exhibiting considerable quan tiles of good, fair smelting ore, and consisting of yellow carbon ates running in the precious met als from $.">0 to $00 per ton, with an average of 10 per cent, in lead, together with deposits of argentiferous galena yielding about $35 in gold and silver and 25 per ceDt. of lead, suffi ciently impregnated with iron to make an excellent flux for tiie carbonate ores. Molybdate of lead was frequently met with, at one point in particular in large quantities, showing many speci mens of great brilliancy and beauty, enhanced by tiie fact that they are said to carry with them much ot the “need ful.” In view of the present develop ments, the mine is looking exceedingly promising, bidding fair when lower levels are opened of being ranked among tbe most valuable of tiie district or tStale. For the past two weeks the company has been running the fur naceofthe Silver West mining com pany, pulling through about 40 tons of ore per day, and producing an average of five tons of bullion, worth each some $300, and have ore in store or in sight to supply tiie furnace for three or four months to come. -- Corrected List of Voters.—We will publish tiie list of voters for the two Eureka precincts again next Wednesday morning, with all of the corrections which come in prior to that time. We will then print a number of copies of the revised list on slips, for tiie convenience of our local politi cians. _ SPECIAL NOTICES. i:I RI K A HOTEL. E. M. Baum, tbo pioneer purveyor to the Palisndo public, has fitted up anew, through out, the Eureka Hotel, near his old place in Paiisade, and travelers to and from Eureka, and the public gen •Tallyman rely unon getting first-class meals and number ono bods at all time* by interviewing the genial host of the Eureka Hotel. ocl3-tf -^ . Still in thr Field.—Received from New York, a largo assortment of Drugs and Patent Modicinos, Paints, Oils, Chemicals, etc.: also, a largo invoice of fire-proof Lamp Chimneys ot tbo La B&stie (French) process, g iarnntoed to stand fire lor six month*: also n largo assortment of chimneys ( Ives’ patent), tire proof; also a largo assortment of other kinds of manufactures. Agent for Combs’ Lamp Co. Will sell at bed-rock prices for cash. La Pa-tie fire-proof chimneys, 50 cents ouch. Ives’ fire-proof cbiainoys, JtS cents each. Gamecock student chimneys, 23 cents each. Sold at the City Drug Store by *23 _ L. TERltY. Will Be Absent.—Dr. Hamilton request* us to state that ho will in a fow days visit White Pine on professional business. He will be absont from Eurrka several days. In •he meantime, any person desiring anything in the dental line should call on him at once. gep20"tf — ♦ Miners, Attektion.--Tho Golden Rule Store ha* moved to now quarters one door south ot Messrs, ''axton ic Co.’s bank, where you can go and find tho usual assortment of miner's underclothing, overalls, jumpers, ci* gars, tobacco, cutlery, stationery, notions, etc. «3-tf Notice to Teamsters.—The Gelden Rule Store has been removed from the old stand to that formerly occupied by Sandy Van Al stin«, one door south of Paxton A Co.’s bank. Go there, boys, and seo Joe when you come to town. s3-tf Just Received, a splendid stock of Califor nia blankets, traveling trunks, valises, gents' boots, shoes, and best quality of Cali fornia overshirts and underwear, at tho GOLDEN Kl’LE, choap for casn. o5-tf Found.—A fine line of gonts furnishing goods, cigars, tobacco, cutlory, stationery, notions, etc., at tho new quarter* of the Golden Rule Store, one door south of Paxton Jt Co., bank, cheap for cash. *3-tf Charcoal.—The Golden Rule Store ha* re moved from old quarter* to the house form erly occupied by Sandy Van Alstine as a sa loon. Bottom figures on everything sold. Everything guaranteed as represented, and sold cheap for cash. *3-tf -^ ■ Watcher and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to havo your wotches and jowelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry store. one door south of S. A shim & Co., Main streot. 22-apl6tf HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Cliicago limn* mill Hrcnkfcmt Bacon, sugar cured, always on band. •WTbree doors north of Clark stroot, on Mainstroet. anltf DWELLING FOR SALE. I WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN my dwollin^-housr, on Spring Hjlsfl aireet. with or without ths furmture, x if applied for soon. J. C. BROWN. oS-Lr MISCELL A NEO VS. WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! AT I 1)E CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS' IS UREKA, NKVADA. wrAGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. II. CLARK. Eureka. April 8, 1K78. ap6tf johs a. Paxton, allm a.cvbtis, h. hullir PAXTON & CO., BANKERS. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit on Anglo-Californian Bank...San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. A W. Scligman A Co.„.New York D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jowatt.Marysville White A McCornick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on opon account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mhll_ D. B. IMMEL di CO. BANKERS. In Hie Old Express Bnildlnff, Main Street, Eureka. J^RAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK LONDON, And all principal cities in the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on open account: Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a General Banking BnsIneM. Long exp rience in the Collecting Department Cf Wells. Fargo A Co., justifies us in an nouncing that we will make Collection* from Abroad a Specialtj apfitf R EOPENING OF THE Parker House Restaurant. 'UHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD _gv X respectfully announce to his many friend?, and the public in general, that ho has opened tho hestaurant in thoParkor House, Eureka, known former ly as" Mooh’s,” and it shall be his endeaver to serve the BEST MEALS IN THIS TOWN. A cordial inritation is oxtendod to all. 08-lm RICHARD SANDER. NOTICE—BATHS! AS THE WEATHER IS GETTING COLD my bath room, in tho future will bo supplied with STOVES for the comfort of my patrons. Our Mineral Baths Ar© the best in tho State for Rheumatics; our COUGH TONIC and PILES SALVE will euro all; every case curable. Remember the place, tho Old Silver Brick building. North Main street, adjoining ! Thwcher's. spS-lm T. DEXTER. OLD CITY MARKET. North Main Street, EUREKA, : : : : : NEVADA. I WOULD ANNOUNCE. that I have opened the abovo-namod establishment, where l will koep constantly on hand the best of Boer Veal, Mutton, Corned Beef and Pork. The best quality of SAUSAGE will alwayi bo found at my market. 1 v ould respectfully solicit the patronage of my old customers and tho public gener ally. sp2tMm JOSEPH BOOS. NOTICE. 'V'GTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT - N the State and County taxes are now duo ui.d payable at my office, at the banking house of D. B. immel & Co., and that the laws in regard to their collection will be strictly enforced. W. A. MONTGOMERY, County Treasurer and Kx-officioTax Collector. Eureka, Oct. 16, 1876,olStf FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 1MIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD KE spectfully announce that he has been ap pointed agent for the Principal American and Foreign Fire Insurance Companies, And is now prepared to take insurance in Eureka and Ruby Ilill. Business promptly attended to. BENJ. C. LEVY. Agency at the otfieo of W. B. Harrub, South Spring street, near Richmond furnace. lyStf EIREMEN'S BALL. GRAND BALL! TO BE GIVEN BY Eureka Hook & Ladder Co. No. I, —AKI>— Knickerbocker Hose Co. No. 2, BIGELOW’S HALL, Thursday Evening. Nov. 9, 1878. Committee of Arrangements: T 3 Douglai Sam Rafael 0 L Scott Dare Manheim R Guiberion Louii Brandt Committee of Invitation: Ed Leventhal A C Bishop Asa Grain C G Hubbard A Barsanti S Rafael L Brandt 0 L Scott D W Levan L Loschenkohl J Humphry’s J McDermilt J B Simpson C Schafer C Grim K Guiberson J Boland J Enright C Samuels T S Douglas Alf Chartz Chas Pryor M J Franklin P Winn J W Ellysnn Dare Manheim C Knight J H Morrison H Kind H 1) McKco L C Hover J C Lockwood II Kendall F Grostephan Torrence McMahon / H Michel T Kennedy J C Colgan Reception Committee: Chas Knight Thos Kennedy H B McKee D W Levan Ed Leventhal C G Hubbard li Kind floor SfAiincen: D Manheim Alf Charts Dr A C Bishop M J franklin H Guiberion S Rafael Floor Director. : : s T. S. Douglas. THE VERY BEST MUSIC Obtainable will be in attendance. Tickets, Admitting Tadics and lien* tlernan, S3 00. ol'td CLOSING OUT SALE! CLOSING OUT SALE! Now is Your Chancel | A $10,000 STOCK OK DRY AMD FAMCY GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT Seventy-five Cent* on the Dollar WITHIN THE NEXT ao DAYS. ^ETERR * FRANKLIN WOULD respectfully announce to the pnblie that they hare bought the entire stock of Moore A Mc Dougall, consisting in part of Silks, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Embroidery, Hosiery, Corsets, Shoes, Slippers, etc., which they offer to the public at the above-mentioned reduction, at the same plaee. TERMS: ••• CASH ONLY. Store to Let. Fixtures for Sole. METERS A FRANKLIN. [oelO-tf] HARDWARE AND TIN STORE For Sale Cheap. Apply to h. muller, eureka, Nevada, or CHARLES HOLBROOK, lit and 113 California street, San Francisco. | ot-lm DRY GOODS, CLOTH ISO, &e. —--— - ■ = THEY HAVE COME! They Are Her© I ! JAKE COHN’S NEW FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING ! HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES. -AND Furnishing Goods HAS ARRIVED. JT COMPRISES THE LATEST AND moit Fashionable Styles of Clothin*. made of the best material, and nobby and stylish in eat. Business Suits, Dress Suits, Overcoats, Of orery quality and prioe, suited alike to the means of tbe laborin* man and the millionaire. THE LATEST THIHG IN HATS. Gentlemen’s Underwear, Of all Qualities, Styloi.SShapei and Prieei, TRUNKS, VALISES, BLANKETS,! TRAVELING BAGS, And other goods in that lino help to make up one of the finest, most extensive and com plete and best assorted stock of goods in mjr line than was ever before seen in Eureka. Give me a call; and if I don’t satisfy all comers that I can sell them better Goods at lower prices than any other store in Eureka can or will do, then I will vote for their man for Constable. JAKE COHN, OF TUB MAMMOTH CIOTHINQ EMPORIUM, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. k ST.tf