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EUREKA daily sentinel.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0. 1876. STOCK REPORT, anil I'rBiMtlwo Stock RtSaMige. Saw Francisco. December 3. UORWIWO HOARD. ti» Bphir-45'44Vf4i* 45'4 ] 11.1 MoXlCnn- iJW 24 V 2-** V, liould * Curry— IVk 13 12* u.jt.t Belcher —4lki 44H .-VO California—50 40* 5l)bl0 40'n •W»av,.?a-lpS10Sll 15S0 Con. Virginia—47 4 4.* .4X1 Chollar—33 *3'4 84 34*5 ion Hale li Norcress—7* 7 4 75 Crown Point—0*4 9 .... IKS* Yellow Jacket—18!4 Pin li UlO imperial—285c 282',c 23to 2v>c iU Kentuck—10 t»7(, ■SKI Alpha—38 3-i a 3> 3.>H 3, , 'll Belcher- US li'4 775 Nerada—12H 12* 13 45 l tab—13 235 Bullion -32 i’i Exchequer—14 * .,7# uvermnn—Il'4 IU 121% 121«:JO I4J5 Justice -28‘I 21'-,, 2USI)I0 2>is-J 145 I’nion Con.-12v. 12 12', 100 Buckeye-2 •jto J ulia—8 )*v 810 Caledonia-14 18* 13* 13*. It Kriickorbockar—oOo 4.x; ;W0 lllobo—30o . 1145 Baltimore C«n.-3 , ..S a. 1IKI 8. Hill-10 HO Challenge—2* 230 It. Island-Si'/tC 20 Bayton—2 1(35 >. V. Con.—13 1*» IiOO A Bn—2* 2* 3 100 Occidental - 2 «bl0 40 tt'ooUrille—l?. 1 '* 1470 I.ady Bryan—44*. 4‘4 270 Ando. -2 400 KosJuth-l?i 2 sire.xixu noaan. 1:10 Meadow Valle.—-Tic SO. 20 Itnyraond & Ely—4 a 100 .Inckson—3 50 llolniont—2*4 315 l.copard-0 8V4 145 lien. Tliomaj—IS 502 Manhattan—W>415 k 974 (ilia —1 ISO l’anthar-25e 30c :t|0 Belcher—34 34 A 35b00 34*20 125 Modoc—6*7 8‘i 1200 Co»o Con. —25c I k 725 New Coco—3* 4 .MO 3 100 ll. Chariot—I s 100 l,o.d»-2’s i|9 i.«v unban—I'. i ve i 2U0 N.Con. Virginia—l l'lO Prnapeet—1>4 • zm Trojan—»Clc 81c K!‘,e pkii Cnhefuaia—13‘» I2'a 13 ISO California—48‘i 4SI'>» 4J'4bi zm Yullotr Jacket—li/4 1*>4. 1010 Ol'hir -45 1 • ■JSIO fun. Virginia—47 I4’« 44 » f4’,b.1 ,11 i (test A Belcher—44 43", 41'* lift Orerniuii 114 115 115‘» 114U5 115*, 101 Shv*jb—10 s ;ilu Gould A furry—13 4 hirert 4tu«lMtl»u» - 3 I*. N. Alpha—34 V4 bid 31 **ked (iout'l A Carry—M hid 13 • arkod Overman - 112 bid U4‘i a-kcd HI aslea .1 inter -f,<, bid 21 s aalaa Caledonia 12r. bid 12S ruler Halo A Norcro** 7', bid7 -. arkod N. llelle—34’« hid 34* raler California—40 bid lo's a«ked L nion Con. — IPd bid 1 in mrial- 2'4 bid Mexican—23'4 bid 23"4 naked • hollar 32 bid a3 Con Virginia—4I V bid 47 naked 1 nliow Jacket |4* bid Ophir—4C-4 bid II .. naked Crown Point 0 4 arkod Noradg—12H naked I,repaid — 4 bid Sirngr l1* 4 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* and Departnre*. at tin noaran trnrrutint atii aora. IMtirtnrlitreh 4 enlerilay. lid 11 Ilnlfrieh Mr* Wil-on 1 W fluln f 11 Pollard .Mere© Media V M McBrido A J l.acbman Arrival. I.nai Mnlil. O A *tcphcn*nn 1 tiiblind John J Powell l Cahill . , 1 v—— PKHMISiAI. lieorgo \\. Coddington, superin tondent of tlie Humboldt division of the Central Pacific railroad, was in town yesterday. This was his first visit lo the Poise ltangc, and he ex pressed himself greatly surprised al the sire of our town and its general thrifty appearance. Ike' Phillips returned yesterday from Tylio, where tie has been engaged in business for several months. He speaks well of the prospects of the place. Capt. Kabbitts, Chief of Police at Palisade, was in town yesterday us a witnos* before tlie grand jury in refer* enee to criminal business in his sec tion. At a Piikmipm.—Silver in Chicago commands a premium of two per cent. in greenbacks. At this rate, it is feared that silver will he boarded and that subsidiary coin will soon become scarce in the East. But over nil, the gratifying assurance conies to us that Nevada's staple product is steadily in creasing in popular favor and value »nd that ere long the Silver State is to assume that proud position to which her marvelous resources entitles her. Almost a Eikk.—Yesterday after noon the roof of Sweeney's stable,on the corner of fiuel and Batonient streets, caught fire from a stove pipe running up from tho office. Although when discovered the Haines were blazing up merrily the application of a few buck et* of water extinguished them and prevented what might Itave proved a serious conflagration. His Condition.’—J. W. McKenney, the man who was so hadly injured at tiie Modgdeu mine last Saturday, was as comfortable yesterday as could lie ex pected under the circumstances, and Dr. Keese, the County Physician, thinks the chances am favorable of his surviving his injuries, although ho will probably lose both eyes and his right arm. -— ^ ■ Monet in tub Treasury.—'The notice of holders of county scrip is di rected to the advertisement of County Auditor Chase in to-duy’s Sentinel. The treasury is in a healthy condition and Deputy County Treasurer Iniuiel yesterday paid out over $15,000 to the creditors of the county. —, ■ ■» Will Start Up.—The Pinto mill, which has been leased by the Geddas •V Bertrand Company, will he ready to start up about Lite last of this week. Teams commenced hauling ore from •he mine yesterday. Manhattan Dividend.—The Man hattan Company of Austin pays its regular monthly dividend of one dol lar per share on the 0th instant, NlIltIDK ON RUBY IIII. I.. ; William llnvanaiigh F.nda Ills Days with Uadanum. Win. Kavanaugh, a man who had gained considerable notoriety in this district from repeated broils in ids do mestic circle, committed suicide on ltuby Hill at 5 o'clock p. m. yester day. lie was released from jail a few weeks ago, where he had served a term for violence toward his wife, who is represented as being a kind-hearted, industrious woman. For some years she has supported her family by maintaining a boarding-liouse on ltuby Hill. Her husband, when so ber, seemed to behave himself in a creditable manner, but when once un der the influence of liquor he was the source of great aunoyance. He had I been drinking to excess much of the time for the last week or ten days. At about 3 o'clock yesterday he is sup posed to have taken the fatal drug, but whether intentional nr otherwise we are hardly prepared to say. He is re ported to have told a friend that ho had deliberately poisoned him self, but his story was not credited and no attention was paid to it. An hour or so later he was found in a dying state and a few min utes later lie breathed his last. One version of the atfoir is that he was in the habit of taking laudanum, and in this instance got too much by mistake. Tile truth or falsity of this theory will probably be verified to day, wlieu the Coroner's inquest is to be held. We have no oilier particulars concerning his death or antecedents. Am Afflictkd Family.—Through inadvertence a notice of the death and burial of the infant child of M. 13. Bartlett was mislaid and foiled to ap pear iu the last issue of the Skntinkl. The little innoccut, which was only about ten days old, died on Sunday und was buried on Monday, the funeral being well attended by the friends of the family’, Mrs. Bartlett iies iu a eritioul condition and at times it has been reared that Iter illness might terininato fatally. We are happy to state, however, that at latest accounts last night her condition was thought to lie a little more favorable. Mr. Bartlett is alsoquite ill. He was taken Monday night with a severe attack of neuralgia, since which time he has been suthring the most excruciating pain. Ail in all, this family is cer tainly most sorely afflicted aud we but echo the sentiments of the entire com munity when we extend assurances of condolence and sympathy. Thanks.—We are requested by the members of Kureka Hook aud Ladder Company No. 1, and Knickerbocker Hose Company No. 2, to return the thank* of said organizations to tiie cit i*ens of Kureka for the very liberal patronage extended on the occasion of the tiremau's late ball. The boys will realize from the ball about JhllO, the amount coming in cxcollent play, as | many repairs are needed on their ' house and apparatus. They will show their appreciation of favors extended wheueTer occasion may require their aid. -_—— Death ok an ex Assemmi.tman.— | The Belmont Courier notice* as fol lows the death of a former member of the Assembly from Nyo county: “Captain .1. G. Prague died in Smoky valley, November 23, and was buried the following day, being followed to (he grave by a respectable number of residents of the valley. Deceased had beeti a resident of Nye county for j some years, and was highly respected hv si 1 who knew him. He was in feeble health for some time prior to his death, but confined to his room only a few davs.” ! -— 1 Stock Biiokeiis.—Samuel C. Cooper | and L. A. Hall, at Wells, Fargo A Co’s i offlee, announce in to-day’s Sentinel! that they arc prepared to purchase and ! sell stocks on commission. Their San i i Francisco correspondents rank among I the first in the business there, while ■ Messrs. Cooper and Hall are equally | reliable. They are also agents for sev- j eral leading tire insurance companies, | and persons having business iu either 1 tine cannot do better than by intrust- i ing it the new firm. Indicted.—The grand jury yester- ! day presented three indictment*, vie: John Sheehan, for grand larceny, and Bruce Dean and Cbas. Kaltswasser, for felonv. The former is charged with walking off with the slack of County Commissioner Horn's mule, and the last two with attempting to ditch a train on the Central Pacific railroad by changing a switch near Palisade. The bonds of each were fixed at :£!,0lK). Twenty Days.—James Evans was arrested by officer Long, Monday evening, for unstatutorv hilarious con duct in the Tiger Saloon. Ue was taken before Justice Beatty, who sug gested forty dollars or half that num ber of days in tbe Oiluiorean Insti tute. He was instituted. Held koh Postage.—Letters ad dressed to tbe following named per sons aro held in the Eureka Postotfice for want of postage: Lehman, C’oghill A Co., box 1150, San Francisco. Cali fornia; J. M. Moore, 77 Montgomery block, San Francisco, California. Convalescing.— Mamie, our Sen ior’s little girl, is rapidly recovering her health, and has been able for the last few days to take outside airings in her baby carriage. The little one had a long and tedious illness, being con fined to her bed nearly six weeks. District Court.— The Court met yesterday, but with the exception of receiving a report of the grand jury and the arraignment of prisoners tran sacted no business. It will meet again at 10 A. M. today. In Town.—M. D. Howell, Superin tendent of the Tybo Consolidated, was in town last night en route for San Francisco. Matt. lias many friends here who are always glad to meet bitn. Scarlatina has almost entirely rtis lappoarod from Austin and tbe public , school have been reopened, No Change in the Passenger Trains.—We have heard it reported here that a change has been made in the passenger train time tables of the Central Pacific Railroad. This is a mistake. The change only relates to to the freight trains, the passenger trains running the same as before. •-— ♦ --— Pinto Hotel.—Miss Saralt Murray has leased the above-named establish ment at Pinto, formerly kept by J. M. North. The table will l>« supplied with ttie best tbo market affords and the house kept in every respect in a manner calculated to insure a liberal share of public patronage. Adams Hill.—letter of the 2Utli says: Drift from 400-foot level is pro gressing finely and looks favorable. We are also drilling south at 160-foot level on a good ledge with some bunches of pay ore, hoping to find another good chimney on Ibis level. Gone Home.—Capt. Rabbltts and other gentlemen of Palisade in attend ance on the District Court, departed tor home by this morning’s train. SPECIAL NOTICES. Booms asi> Boarp.—Two well furnished room?—parlor and bod-room—with |board in a private boarding-housa, can be had on favorablo term.*. Apply at Mr?. liecno's, .Spring stroot, opposite fiigolow’i Hall. nSOtf ----— Vx PITY Fair.—This new brand of tobacco is inimanse. It can bo had at the Golden Rule Store, adjoininr Paxton & Co’s Ilank. n2Stf ppiioi.STrBKiia' Goon?.—Jo., at tho Goldeu Rule Store, ba? now on hand a ?mal! stock of window shades and upholstery rood? suitable to the want? of the manufacturing uphol *teror. Th< ?e rood? rauie to him direct from the lar«o?t house in that line in the United Rfatos. Added to hi? ftock on hand, ho will order and receive at ?horte?tnotice furniture Governing? in dRtna?k?, reps or any material required or anything el»o in this lino of good*. Parties furnishing houso? will do well to see him. nl9-tf Still in the Field.—Received from New York, a largo assortment of Drugs and Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Chemicals, etc.; also, a large invoico of fire-proof Lamp Chimneys of the Do Hattie (French> process, guaranteed t:> stand fire for six month*: also a largo assortment of chimneys lives’ patent), fire proof; ulso a largo assortment of other kinds of manufacture*. Agent for Combs’ Lamp Co. Will sell at betf-roak prices for call*. La Hattie iire-proof chimneys, 50 cents aaeh. Ives’ fire-proof chimneys, 25 cents ench. Gamecock student chimneys, 25 cents each. 8old at the City Drug .Store by *21 L. TERRY. —— —— El'KEKA llorKI.. E. M. Haum, the pioneer purveyor to the Palisade public, has fitted up anew, through out, the Eureka Hotel, near his old iduco in Pali-udo, and travelers to and from Euroka. and the public generally,can rely upon getting first-class meals And number uno bod* at all time* by interviewing tho genial host of the Knreka Hotel. ocltt-tf -— - ♦ Commission.- M. H. Joseph, of tho Golden Rulo Store, Commission Agent for the pur chase and >nle of all kind* of merchandise, offers his services to his friends and tho pub lic generally. Will puichase groceries, dry foods, or any line of goods desired in .San Francisco or any other market in lots to suit the purchaser. Gall and inquire his terms, and save money by doing so. nl’Jtf W itchk« and jewelry rioatly repaired. If you want to buvo your wntohes and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jowelrv store, on# door south of 8. Asliioi A (V*. Main street. 22-upltitf H at*, caps, boots, shoos, cigurgs tobacco, white and calico shirts, neckties,collars, over all*, jumper*. and Yankee notions, CAEAP FOR CASH, at the Golden Rule Store, ono door south of Paxton A Co’s Hank. - ■ ■■ - ♦ Hotel at Pinto.—I have leased tho hotel saloon ana stables at Pinto, formerly con ducted by James Alien, which I will run in a tirrt-elas* manner. The table will bo sup plied at all timus with tho best the markot affords. The best liquors and cigars can bo procured at tho bar. Good stabling and food for bor«o*. no5-tf THOMAS FITZPATRICK. - ^ -.. ...... Hurrah for Salt Kivkr !—Just reoeived, at Mrs. Ashiin’s, a lot of pigs’ feet, sheep tongue* and Gorman pickles; pearl hominy and Eastern on:meal in packages. o2U ♦ German LUNflii Truck.—Just recoived at Mrs. Ashim’s a lot of Russian Cavair, Ham burg Sausage, Soused and Pickled Herrings, Saruolls, .Sardines and all sorts of German lunch nick-nacks. Also a large invoice of delicious Eastern bacon and hams. u27tf. Cheat for ('ash—A splendid now lino of rassitnore shirts and California undercloth ing, at tho Guidon Rule rtore. niV-tf Thk linept and b«.*t variety « f buckskin and combination gloves in Eu t'kn, at the tioldon llulo Store, CHEAP FuK CASH. nPMf v. 11 "'Ll ■" » 1 1 ■ ' Sportsmen, Attention —JUST OPENED A SHOOTING GALLERY At the old Silver Brick, a few doors below the International Hotel. Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Air ■uum. Pistols anil Rifles, Of the most improved pattern. J ulA-lai* I. M. LADD. I * ' ' J. TIEDJF. CONRAD SCHAFER. C. SCHAFER 4t CO., Corner of Duel and Bateman Sts.. Dealers In Mew ami Keeond-llnnd FURNITURE! Mattress Manufacturer. also, Bedding and Furniture! AS WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH, and d» our own work, wecanseli very cheup. IMoasu givojus a call. Repairing done. n2!» 7. H. HARMON, flOUXTY CLERK. AND EX-OFFICIO O Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth ludiciul District, in und for the County of Eureka, State of Nevadiu CONVEYANCING, n all its brunches, eorrootJy executed. Ae tnuwleiginents, Affidavits, etc., taken In any >art of th" town. Office. Front corner room at the Court | inuse. dh-liro MISCELL ANEO US. T. J. BELL'S STAGE LINE THROUGH TO BELMONT, VIA TYHO. ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28T1I. AND every fourth day thereafter, the stages will leave Kl’KEK A at 6 o’clock a. m., ar riving in Belmont the next day at 2 o’clock i*. M. Returning. tv»ll I are BELMONT ut 7 a. m., arriving in Eureka the next day at noon. Office ut Wells, Fargo X Go’s offic*. Good coaches and tine stock. n27tf STAG E MNE BETWEEN AUSTIN AITS EUREKA. CONNECTING ON AN 1J A I TER MON-. / DAY. JUEf 31.1873,at The Willows WITH STON KliARGKK'S STAGE LINE For Belmont. Stages leavo Eureka on Monday, Wednes day and Friday mornings, at tt o'elock. Stages leave Austin Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at H o’clock. CiTl’asscngers by this line will be furnish ed excellent meals at tho Willows Station, where amide time will be riven tor dinner each way. J. A. AVIESON, Proprietor. Office at the i’arkor Uouso, Eureka. jy28tf J. U IIincxlky. Agent. " EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHE STAGE LINE. lalliner A Salisbury, Proprietors. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for uioche every ulternPte day, Sundays included. Loavos Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka vvory alternate day, at 8 a. a„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, l argo A Co’* Express. Fine Americas horses and new Concord \ coaches. Office at Wells, Furgo 1 Co*8. mrl5»tf CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the i Corner Saloon. ; HENRY CASEY, • • PROPRIETOR. N ewly fitted up with all the latest improvements. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. _ The Best Artists Only Employed. A Clean Towel for livery Customer. splOtf ANTONIO FERRARIS,~ PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER First Door Above Monaco’s Photograph Gallory. Boots made of the best * French Calfskin ami fitted to a T. Cork-soled Boots rus.ae a specialty for winter. I have a complete assortment of Custom made Boots. Ladies’ Shoes made to order in a neat manner. Repairing neatly done and on short no tice. French dressing for ladies’ and children's shoes. None but practical workmen employed, nil ANTONIO FERRARIS. DELINQUENT TAXES. OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR, 1 Eureka, Eureka Co., Nky„ Dec. 2, 1870. / Notice is ijekhijy given that the delinquent tux list fur the t^cal year or l87ti baa been deposited with the District Attorney of Eureka county, Nevada, and that unless the delinquent taxes therein spec ified are paid to tho County Treasurer of said county within twenty (20) days of the date hereof, action will bo commenced by said District Attorney fur tho collection of said taxes and costs. N R. Ii. CHASE, County Auditor of Eureka county, Nevada. _d2td __ WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'I'llIS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO X t;-/limit money by telegraph to all points on the Pacific Coast, and to all princi §al cities and towns tldr vughout the United fates. For terms, apply to Local Agents. ieo-lf F. L O F WY Be<ls to infokm Ills friemla that he na? bought (he agency of J. II. MICHAEL for all the KhnIci'ii »’«(>«r», Periodicals, naira tines and t nnlilon Hooks, And is prepared to deliver them to his sub scribers at their place of residence FREE OF CDAROE! j OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop, | Main street. TILDEN ELECTED! rpHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PI.EAS A uro in informing tho cituens of Euroka and vicinity that she has a large quantity of NO I'It H BOUT for sale in quantities to suit purchasers. Orders to he loft at tho Eureka llakory. ' nlB-tiOd MRS. CAROLINE LORENZ. Dissolution of Copartnership. rpHE FIRM OF LEVIN A SIMON HAS A been this day dissolved by mutual cun sent. J. uevin will continue the bnsines-, collect nil bills and assume ull liabilities of the old firm. ISIDORE SIMON. J. LEVIN. ' The busiuess will be conducted under the firm nume of J. LEVIN A CO. Eurekn fsfiv,), Nov. 98, 1876. no'26-im Contract to Let. rplIKRE WILL HE A CONTRACT LET A on Wednesday, December 6, 1876, at noon, for sinking 69 feet on Skylark shaft. K K mine. ler particulars, apply at the mine. Wei. ARRINGTON.Supt Kateka, Dec. I. 1878. dotd DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, *£o. THEY HIVE COME! They A rt* Here ! I JAKE COHN’S NEW FALL STOCK OF t CLOTHING ! HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, -AND Furnishing Goods HAS ARRIVED. JT COMPRISES THE LATEST AND most Fashionablo Styles of Clothing, made of the boit material, and nobby and stylish in cut. Business Suits, Dress Suits,! Overcoats, Of every quality and price, suited alike to the means of the laboring man and the millionaire. THE LATEST THING IN HATS Cantlemen’s Underwear,” Of all Qualities, Styles, Shapes and Prices. TRUNKS, VALISES, BLANKETS, TRAVELING BAGS. And other goods in that line help to make up one ot the finest, most extensive and com plete and best assorted stock of goods in my lino than was ever before =een in Eureka. GiveTme^a call; and if I don’t satisfy all comars 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, OK THE I MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM MAI.N STREET. EUREKA. Ol-tf l i MISCELLANEOUS, LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT. Eureka Hatol Ruildin*. Main Street, Eureka. HKNHY SitUAEFKR, Proprietor. | _ Open Itnj and 8l(b(. I PRIVATE KO’JMB ATTACH | I ed to the Restaurant, Oys ters, Fish, Hama, Chickens, Tur keys, Rucks, and all tho dolica C16P oi on abundant market constantly on hand. dott HARDWARE, STOVES, Etc. &-T UJ '•A S S m V 3 ► St < One Door North of Mho J. C. LOCKWOOD, At his new store, has on hand a large assortment of Eardward, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Etc., In hi* new workshop, which i» fitted up su perior to any establishment in the State, he is prepared to do nil kinds of JOB WORK in his lino, such as ROOFING, TINNING, AND COPPER AND IRON WORK, MILL AND MINING WORK, AIR PIPE, ETC,, At reasonable rates and at short notice. J. C. LOCKWOOD. d ltf One dour North of the PoitoOce. OTTAWA HOTEL. Opposite Richmond furnace. Main street, Euroka. J. 5. Allan would rospectfully announce to bis many friends that he has completed the erection of tho above house aDd intends con ducting it as a Srs'-olass boarding-house and hotoi. The table will at all seasons be fur nished with the choicest goods to be found in the Eastern and California markets, regard less of expense, while at the bar will be found the most superior brands of wines, liquors and cigars, shipped direct from the leading manufacturers and distillers. The proprietor will use every effort to promote the comfort of his guests, and make tho OTTAWA HOTEL one of tho leading houses in Eastern Nevada. Meals will be served at all hours. Board porwoek,?7. Drinks and cigars, li% cents. J. d. ALLAN, dltf Proprietor. FINE JEWELRY! HOLIDAY PRESENTS! P. STELER, THE POPULAR JEWELER, Has just returned from san Francisco with a magnificent stock of Fine Jewelry, larger than ever brougut to Eastern Nevada boforc, consisting of a good assortment of Diamond Sets, Ear-rings, Pins, Button*. Stud* and Bing*. Also a fine assortment of ladies’ and gen tlemen’s Gold Watches and Chains, Silver Watches, French Fancy Clocks, And a good assortment of Ladies' Gold Sets of all kinds and All Prices! A splendid assortment of Fine Gold Charms! A very tin® assortment of Solid Silver and Plated Ware! Suitable for the holidays, and many olhtr things too numerous to mention, which belong to a FIRST-CLASS JEWELRY STORE. Please call at hi* store, one doer south of S. Asbim A Pro’s, and examine his magnifi cent stock of goods before purchasing else where. o trouble to show good*. Prices to suit the tim» s. All of the abovo he guarantees to be of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as repre sented. N. B.—Special attention psid to watch work. Watches repaired anci cleHnod and warranted for one year. Now jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly at* tended to. P. STELER. Eureka. Nov. 29, 1976. nTOtf CAUTION. POUR' CERTIFICATES OF CROWN Point Mining stock, five shares eaoh, Nos. 24,325,25,949, 25,943, and 25,946, indorsed by Schmeidell, Hochstadter ACo., trustees, were in a letter slelen from Wells, Fargo A Co’s express bos on the Eureka and rioebe stage on the morning of the 14tU inst.. near Pinto. All parsons are cautioned against purchasing or negotiating for the same, as their transfer has been stopped on the books of the com pany. WELLS, FARGO A CO. nlG JAMES MURPHY. Priie Bootmaker Of the Pacific Co>, Ilf ILL MAKE TO ORDER ALL ' KINDS OF BOOTS, Hii|>erior to any in Kureka. His stock of custom-made boots on hand, he is bound to close out for cash. | «nil anil N*t> what flargraina you ran gel. i Repairing done in the neatest manner, op j posile Paxton’s Bank. no22-tf FOR RENT. i HOUSE ON RUBY HILL. B'OK j <Y a dwelling, or suitable for a 1 boarding hou-'. best lo<'gtion ; partlv I furnuhtil. I is *4 u\t o at Kqd? nill * <>«♦-. o$o*. oc'J td