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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1877. --- — ■^sas.-ua. ss STOCK REPORT. «*n Frourlwco Stock Exrhnnte. 3*n Fbaboibco. February 21. xoksixg boabd. 100 Ophir-2-Yk 25« 25'4 »:«) Mexican—1754 17 * 18 410 Gould and Gurry 12 Best Ji Belcher—32s 32Y 32k 10.5 California—4814 <•> tOi Saraxe—74 7k 108'! Con. Virginia-4754 47J4 47k 47 47kb5 47k 400 Ilale and Norcross-474 4J4 4k 4J4btl 5 k b5 in', Crown Point—0k Ok 124 Yellow Jacket-1414 14k n;* Imperial-2'4 210c 212o 104 Belcher—854 144 Alph»-20 PJk 70 Continence—8 240 S. Neyada—7k 7‘4 7k U-, Utah-111 UH4 IOsOO 20 Bullien-17 liJk 405 Exchequer—Ok Bk 814 W0 Overman- 83 8281 8314 211 Justice—1254 1254 210 Union Con.—054 054 954 #74 Succor—104* I JO Overman -83 82 81 8114 254 Justice—12k 1254 210 Union—9k 054 Ok *74 Succor—104c 1 SO Overmen-82 200 Lady Ilryan—50c 54c 415 Julia -« el, Caledonia-8k 8k 14 Kaltimere—114 IdO llayton—1 juO N. Y. Con.-54c 205 Florida—t5J4 8 k 2.0 Alta-2'4 14 Woodwille—82'4c 30 Lady Wash-2’* 2'4 2 0 N. Con. Va.-87Jk3 90o 200 Prospect—55o 1750 Trojan -H4 100 Ward-75c 20 Kossuth-74e 84 Andes—lk 550 Lortathan-82kc 00c XTKRIXO BOARD. 75 Meadow Villoy—75c 110 hareka Con.-19% 19% 20 Jackaen—4 ISO Al a-1% ]%a.':0 255 Belmont— 135c 190c 90 K K Con.-4 ■VO Leopard-5% 5H 5% 301 Mila—75c 100 Kye Patch—1 #.«> N. Bo le—25% 20 21 lluaaoy—20c 440 Manhaitan-91%9%9% 9%a30 1 0 Belmont—1* 420 NewCoao-4% tit Manhattan-** 9% 4 >0 M. t b triot—540c 1I9u Poorman—25c 50c 35c 200 S. Chariot-40c 1275 Lard*—4*4 ■00 Coao Con.—15c *00 (l and Priie—490c 5 4 0 Man'Tiold 65e 57ii Modoc-Z<0.'2S5e tiro Con. Virginia—47 * 47'4 790 California 45'4 50 (.'on. Vi ginia 47%b6 40 California—15% 40 ■ pbir-20% 170 Beat k Belchor—33% 31% 33%eS> 33'4ll0 1 (0 llale A N'ororoaa—490c 4»5« 125 (l.iuld and Curry-12 11% 1UU Mexican—1* 135 Juatice-13 4 13% 10 'Vhir—2J% 10 Belch ir-8% ■«5 Alpha- 2>% 70 Crown Point—9% l-i0 Trojan -luOc 20 ( hollar -05c 200 Wuodrille—t(5o 1"0 Y.llnw Jacket—14% 100 Bullion-17% 5 I'nion—9‘, 75 SITAC4 7* 25 Creruiea -81 Klreel Qiiotaliana. Hale A Norcro«a -40 c bid 490e aaked Bullion-47% bid 17% aaked .Mari Lett in- 9% bid Knr kaCon 30 bid Cphir-21 bid N. Bello-21* bid Mould A Currv—12 a*kod t en. Virginia—47 tiid 47% aaked Californio—45 bid 45% aaked J uatiee —13 bid Leopard - 5% bid Parage 7* bid Imperial 2:0c bid Crown Point -9 bid c. .\erada-7% aaked LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* and Departure*. er t*i ataxia arb pai.ibadb railroab. ntparturra yealenlay. E J Carpoaux K Corbett JuaCrexg LlVoodrufi T Kinnigan Jea.Neon L Wiliiama Arrivals l.aal Night. 0L Scott Ed Kama i'J Kernel J I.inch JL Jamba MraCMurton J Monday A ll Small JTravilliaB 11 Lowe Allred Burton rieehe, Hamilton anal Eareltt l.lue. arrivals. John Tilley KB McCracken MCPARTL'RK*. C Smith C Streamer N Hardy Will In I'ImhI To-day. To-day being a national holiday no business will be transacted in the courts, or at tho offices of tbe County Clerk snd Recorder. The Posniffice will be open the same as on Suudays— 8 to 10 a. m., and 3 to 4 P. M. Wells, Fargo A Co. will remain open until noon. The offices of the Western Union and Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Companies will be open in tlie morn ing from 8 to 10 o’clock, and in tbe af ternoon from 4 to 6. The banking houses of Paxton A Co. and, D. H. Itnmel A Co. will remain closed during tbe day. Did Htt waul to (Strain It. Dan. Immel has bought a new shot ton, a breach-loading, snap-action, wire twist Parker, and Dan. is very proud of bis acquisition. Bragging on Jit shooting qualities, the other day. |>e proclaimed the fact that be could sill a sagelien at a distance of one hun dred and twenty live yards. *’ Bet you the drinks for the crowd you can’t do it," said Luther Clark. Dan. cogi tated for a moment and replied: " I can, sure, Luther, but 1 don't want to •train tbe gun." A Dead Horae. A fine horse, belonging to Joe Men ds*, died at his stable yesterday morn ing of colic. The animal was rode from Joe’s ranch at Duck water the preceding day, and tlie trip was the probslile cause of its death. It was valued at $150. The carcass was hauled over to near the pest-house aud deposited there. lu a Precarious tondltioa. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Basye still lies in a very critical con dition. Yesterday morning she rallied « little, but later in tbe day became worse, and her lifo is desparod of. At the Depot. The different phases of human na ture as they occur under various cir cumstances, is always an amusing study, but as the average man natur ally conceals all the obtrusive and ob noxious points that distinguish him from liis fellow-creatures, it is only in those unguarded moments when weariness, disgust, or temper betrays him into llie display of hit inner self that the student catches the oppor tunity to analyze him in liit true col ors. There are few places that offer a better field of study than that pre sented by the nightly arrival of the cars at the Kureka depot. The Idle ness of the hour, the confusion inci dent to a rude awakening frotn an un satisfactory doze, the bewil derment of the stranger at finding himself ap parently set down in the wilderness, without, the taimost gleam of a town in sight, and the knowledge oi the old resident that- he will have to exchange the comfortable car lor the crowded and cold tide to his residence or hotel, all combine to upset the traveler’s nerves and arouse his antagoni-in. Let us step aside and watch their egre-s as tile train ceases its puffing and comes to a halt. The tirst ones to come forth are roughly clad and heavily shod men, hard handed sons of toil, who have heard of the prosperity of this section of tiie Silver Stale. and have deserted somo le«s prosperous camp, in hopes of finding a belter return for their manual labor. They sling their roll of blankets across their shoulders, grasp the blaek valise that contains their wardrobe, and launch out into the darkness with sturdy steps, and an in dependent air that hemkens a self reliance gained by many wanderings. Tne omnibus man may shout hitnselt hoarse, hut they will not heed him. A mile walk is a mere bagstelle, and they will profit by the saving to hunt tip a cheap lodging house and deposit the coin with a consciousness that they have saved the price of a bed by tneir economy. Here coin PS a jaunty looking lellow, a city man, liy the cut of Ids clothes, and a drummer for a whisky or cigar house, by the amount of cheek displayed. What a knowing air he has—an expression of being familiar with die rop s as lie nods to tlie driver, exchanges greetings with the agent, hands over Ids check to the baggage man. and eoolv appropriates the most comfortable corner in the vehicle. No use asking him where lie puts up; he patronizes the best sud pavs for it, or Ids customers do, and he is respected accordingly. Following him is a port ly individual, a mining superintendent, or a rock sharp, as some irreverently call him. You can see at once that he considers this thing a bore. Lite is generally very e»sy with him, and he is used to having the little discomforts smoothed away, liis dignity is some what rutiled bv tile want of aitenlion paid him, and lie looks forward to the time when lie will resume Ids au'o i radc sway with some impatience. He is, however, too much a man of the wmld to display any aggravation that lie mav feel, and drawing Ids overcoat around him assumes an air of shutting out tile inconveniences from personal contact. All! Here comes the inevitable. He never misses a trip, and is always ready to make his fellow-passengers as uncomfortable as possible—die chronic grumbler, we mean. Ho com menced at Palisade airing Ids griev mices, and lie has nevvr ceased on the (rip. He grow led because a half hour intervened between tbe arrival and departure of the cars; grumbled be cause it was narrow gauge road; swore at tbe slow motion;tliesup|ierat Miner al lilt: did not suit him; wondered why they did not alter the time-table so as to go through by daylight; and now lie steps out on the platform just as full of grievances as an old toper is of whisky. Pretty place for a de pot, a mile from the town; it is an im position to charge (our bits for a ride tolhe hotel, and soon, until one wishes that a inercilnl Providence would re move him from the earth, or induce him to stay at home. Here come the lady passengers bringing up the rear; the wife just back fr >m a visit to the Hay, keeping a bright lookout for her husband, whom she knows will meet her at the depot, Slid she is right; a sounding kiss and hesrtv embrace prove it hs ihewaiing benedict gre»is Iter. The little ones sre helped off the platform, their bright eyes a li tie dim; po' r iliiugs, they are very sleeiiy and it Is long past their usual bed-lime; bun dles are hunted up, band boxes care fully looked after, chocks handed over fer tile Saratogas, and tlie mother re joices mentally over the completion of the journey. There are others whom we would mention but the sketcli has Already grown beyond the usual limits and we can only notice the dosing scene. “Half a dollar, if you please,” cries tile driver, end there is a general searching in pockets tor the desired coin—the grumbler delivering a part ing shot In a malediction oti all impo sitions, and this one in particular—the tare is collected, the box mounted, the whip cracks, and away tliev go to their several destinations. The station agent closes up the room, and everything re lapses into Its usual quietness, un broken until the train departs in the in o r n 1 n g | Police 1'ourl. R. Bianci, the peace disturber,whose trial on Tuesday resulted in a disagree ment of the jury, will not be brought up for trial again, provided he pursues the even tenor of his way and steer* clear of the "Piebiter’s” domicile, lor ,attempting to demolish which he was arrested. The trial of the negro woman, Mrs. deurge, has been postponed until Friday. . _ The trial ot Hawley, arrps'ed for stealing two buggy robes, will take place on Mondav. State vs. McMann—Set for Friday. State vs. McUarry—Set for Saturday. Tone Helmet, Mr Knight. The Knights oi Pythias are request ed to leave their helmets at Bigelowr’s Hall this afternoon, for use ot the Decorating Committee. Inside. “ Boots blackened inside,” is a sign displayed on the front of a populai saloon on Main street. Inside the sa loon, and not the boot, we presume. THE PANCAKE ROBBERY. The Herders Ntory n Myth-Were They the Robbers ?—auspicious flrcuntslnuees. Gus. Hoffman arrived in town from Pancake on Tuesday night. He and Washburn lived at the Coal Company's works, and they lost considerable clothing, a shotgun, derringer and a small amount of money by the rob bery at that place on the l.'lth instant. Within the ptst few days considerable light has been thrown on that affair and most of the property recovered. With the facts now brought out, it looks as though the two herders, Wed ekind and Myers, who claimed to have been robbed liy the highwaymen and strung up by the heels, were the par ties implicated in robbing the com pany’s office, and their sensational ac count of their experience with the robbers, and pursuit after them, was a fabrication made out of whole cloth. ."Several days ago an Indian was in formed by Washburn of the robbery and he started out to hunt up a trail. In a short time he returned and led the two men to where a valise and clothing had been hid, which was a poriion of ttie missing property. A more rigid search was continued by tlie Indian and lie run across one of tlie two herders engaged in examining a bundle Which had been buried in tlie ground. As soon as the herder disap peared the Indian proceeded to tlie “cache” and found the missing shot gun, wrapped in a pair of overalls, both of which were stolen from tlie house. Tlie herder had evidently vis ited the spot to see if the booty was siill safe, Shortly alter finding tlie articles tlie herders were made aware of the lac'., and since then have dis appeared. Wedekind told several dif ferent yarns about tlie robbery utter ly at variance with the laeis detailed by him to the Sentinkl reporter, and he ar.d his partner are doubtless the parties that robtied tl.e office of tlie Coal Company. This belie! is strengthened by their sudden disappearance, the various stories told by lliem and sev eral other tacts in possession of Wa~h burn and Hoffman. If caught, the emhryotio Turpins will stand a good show to go to Carson. Another 1’oni Koute Wanted. At the Postofflce is a petition, ad dressed to tlie members ol Congress, which is being numerously signel, asking for the establishment of a post route between Eureka and Belmont, by way of Monitor Valley. The peti tion sets forth the growing importance of the town of Belmont and llie adja cent camps, and the wholly inadequate means now provided for llie delivery of the mails. The justice of the de mand is apparent and the application for such a route, together with a simi lar one from Eureka to Tybo, should tie speedily granted by Congress. Hon. Thomas Wren will have the mailer placed in tils charge when he leaves lor Washington, and we feel confident that lie will succeed in securing the establishment of both routes to be ap plied for. _ To-.Mglil’s Ball. To-night the annual ball of the Knights of Pythias takes place. The success of tho hall is already assured. The fact of its being given under the auspices of the above order is sufficient to insure a full attendance, and tlie convenience and comfort of all partic ipating well looked to. The Com mittee of Arrangements give notice in another column that dancing will commence promptly at 8 o’clock in order to complete the ’’order” at a rea-onable hour of llie morning. Tickets can tie obtained from tlie mem bers of the lodge and at the principal places of business in town. --♦ ' A Correction. In our item staling the amount awarded to Mrs. Ann Wilford by the appraisers for her slaugliter-hou-e property, we were in error in stating dial the building was to he removed free of expense and erected on ail other piece of ground by the Railroad Com pany. The award of $‘>3ii was ma le lor the entire property, which if re ceived Ity the Couri, gives the building and premises to tlie company on pay ment of that amount. ■— -—-—— Will X»t t'nrnde. At a special meeting of the Hock and Ladder and Kniekerboeker Hose Com panies held last evening, it was finally decided that the members would not make any parade to-ilav, but will cel ebrate by tiring a salute and spread mg a collation at noon. The boys ex lend an invitation to all brother fire men and citizens to meet with them at that time to do honor to the mem ory of the departed Washington. tontempia led Improvementi. A number of the business men of town, on tbe east side of Main street, have in contemplation the improve ment of their premises by tbe erection of a two-story block of tire-proof buildings. Tlie growing prosperity of our town is leading our business men to take steps to provide themselves with sellable and more commodious places of business. No School. The children attending the public school have a holiday to-day. Some of the youngsters want Decoration day and the tirst of April also made holi days, provided it will exempt them from attending school on those days. ■lend. We are informed (hat the man named Thomas Conn who died at Gold Hill a lew days since, was Tom Csnn, for merly foreman of tlie K K mine, at this place, and who left Eureka several months ago for the Comstock. An Interesting Knee. The race to take place to-day in Cal ifornia is attracting great inlerest. Joe Crabb, formerly of Eureka, hasa horse entered named Billy Brigham, which stands well in the pools. lisa Fnr Furekn. Assemblyman Smith has introduced a bill relative to granting a franchise | to oertain parties erectiug gas works In I Eureka. Accident on the Narrow Gauge. Yesterday morning's train to Pali sade run into a drove of calves on the curve tliis side of the Stone House, about ten miles from Palisade. The engine left the track and brought up about thirty feet from the point of de parture, but singular to re'ate did not turnover. The side of the coach was torn away and the machinery bent and twisted. Tile tender parted from the engine and was stove up badly. Four box cars, loaded with bullion, went otf on (lie other side of the track, and were more or less demolished. The engineer, Billy Moselv, stock to the locomotive and was slight ly injured bv being thrown against the lever bar. The fireman was also brui-ed, hut his injuries are not of a dangerous character. A wrecking train was dispatched from Palisade with a working force and immedUlelv commenced clearing the track, and the train arrived at Palisade six hours behind time. The ditched locomotive and cars will be brought to the repair shop at Palisade t-j-day, having been left at the scene of the accident. The passengers bound west were obliged to lay over at Palisade in consequence of the accident. Another Difficulty. Yesterday afternoon, Jerry McMann and M. McGarry had an altercation on Main street, in front of tire Court house. Some weeks since tire same parties had some trouble and McMann took a shot at McGarry in New York Canyon. This ditficnlty was setiled, and both men buried the hatchet. Yes terday afternoon McMann demanded the sum of thirteen dollars from Mc Garrv. and made such hostile dem lu strations as to give tiie latter reason to think tlint he was endeavoring to re open the old quarrel. McGarry went into the PostotHoe and procured a weapon for self defense in case Mc Mann attempted to renew hostilities. The men came to blows at the above place, Imt were quickly s. pa rated by bystanders. McGarry’s pistol dropped from his p icket on the sidewalk and was picked ui> by a friend. Constable McKay, his Deputy, Charley Diving stone, and Deputy Sheriff Joe Nelson, were promptly on hand and took the men in charge. Both were soon after liberated on bonds and they will lie tried in the Justice’s Court for misde meanor, which charge lias been pie lerred against them. Personal. Allen A. Curtis, of the banking firm of Paxton & Curtis, at Austin, and agent of the Manhattan Mining Com pany at that place, arrived by last night’s stage. He will remain in Eu reka several days. Dr. Louis Terry, of the City Drug store, is suffering from a severe attack of his old enemy—rheumatism. We hope to see him around again in a few days. Hon F. \V. Cole, who has been indisposed the last few days, is now much Letter and will lie aide to attend lo his duties in a day or two. O. L. Scott returned last night from Car-on. Ed. Raum, Sheriff of White Pine Comity, was a passenger by last night’s train. Jimmy Trevelian, the light-weight champion, arrived last night from Vir ginia City. He will remain in Eureka. - ♦ A Nnlute. At Jwelve o'clock last night the fire men ushered in the birthday of Wash ington by firing ail anvil salute and building a huge bonfire on Main street at the llar-po e. NEVADA STATE LEGISLATURE. [special dispatch to tub sentinel.] Ucncrnl Proceedings. Cakson, Feb. 21. The House Committee on Claims reported favorably ou several relief bills. A message was received from the Governor approving tlie bill licensing drummers and traveling merchants. Bills were introduced by Aicliinsoti, requiring foreign incorporations to tile arnt'les with the County Recorder; by Gladding, relative to building prison at Reno, and asking for $40,000; by Botsford, amending Civil Practice Act; by Parker, appropriating $2 per day extra to the Speaker pro tern, of tlie Mouse and the President pro ton. of tlie Senate. Moore, of Elko, introduced a bill for tlie relief of M. \V. Putnam, late tier geant-at Arms,of $250. Hills were introduced by Baity, rela tive to tlie reduction of ores in small quantities; by Smith, of Eureka, rel ative to granting the right to erect gas works at Eureka. The special order requiring savings and loans banks to make quarterly re turn-, ete., was considered, read third time, and lost. Tlie General Appropriation bill was considered and ordered engrossed. The bill regulating fees of county officers, increasing the mileage of Sheriffs, passed. Tlie Current Expense Fund for Lin coln county, passed. Tlie bill taxing all properly in the State, except public properly (pro vides for taxing church property), passed, <1 ayes, 17 noes. Moore, of Elko, gave notice of a re consideration ol tlie bill granting tlie right ot a railroad from Virginia City to El Dorado Canyon. Tlie bill granting the privilege to erect gas works in cities, passed. The bill relative to estray animals, passed. file relief bills, six, Cavanaugh and others, apprnpiiaiing $6,000 for build ing ti e Capitol, passed. Adjourned. SENATE. The Senate devoted all the morning to tin* reconsideration of various bills. Hills passed: To pay the Stale pro pot tion ot attorneys’ ie-senforcing tlie bullion tax; relict tax of Edwatd Lll hen; legal services of tlie late (Jims. E. Do Long; state Prison investigation; incorporating Silver City; amendatory of tlie Revenue act; payment of cer tain claims against counties; mi Hess wire-rope and railway between Gold Hill and Virginia City. Adjourned. SPECIAL NOTICES. Bros and bedding, mattress’s, blankets, and bed comforts, at ibo Golden Rule Store. Thu famous St. Louis lager bcor, the best in America, finest for family use, sold by the glass, botile or dos.cn, at Jim Kellogg's fc.1 Dorado Saloon. Latest stylo of bu-s, at tho Golden Rule Store. Tobacco, cigars, meorsebaum pipoB and smoker’s goods, at the Golden Rule. English razors, pocket-knives, scissors, pens, ink, paper, envelopes, and a general line of notions, at the Golden Rule Store. Boots, shoos, slippers, rubber overshoes, rubber boots, shoe-brushes, and blacking, at the Golden Rule Store. Gloves, socks, handkerchief*, towels, col lar*, neckties, scarfs, bows, aud small wares, at the Golden Rule store. Lounges, bods, bedding, window shades, and upholstery goods, st the Golden Rule. Gosnkll's English cherry tooth-paste, toilet soaps, and perfumery, at the Golden Rule Storo. Thunks and valises, at the Golden Rule store. The famous English cherry and briar-root straight stem pine*, direct importation, at the Golden Kul» Store. Storigk and commission, at the Golden Rule Store. Inquire of M. II. JOSEPH. Dkmtistby.—After an absence of a few days from Eureka, I wish to give no ice to my patrons and friends that I have returned, and can hcreufter be found at my office ready for bu-inesa. DK. C. HAMILTON'. Eureka, l ob. 5, 1877. fd Crackers, crackenells, butter, oyster, soda Jenny Lind, Eastern ginger snaps, cream and farina erackers. Also, Limbergerand Cnl iornia cheese, pig.' feet and sh“eps’ tongues, and cocoa shoils, at M rs. M. A. ASHIM'i. jadOtf The latest novelty is the can oponor, glass cutter, saw-set, knife and scissors sharpener, combined, ard can be had for 81 id. IV. P. 11 A>K ELL ii L'O., Agents. Eureka, Feb. ti, 18u. i7-tf Room* asd Boaru.—Two well furnished rooms—parlor and bed-room—with board in a private boarding-house, can bo had on favorable terms. Apply at Mrs. Beene’s, Spring street, oppositn Bigelow's Hall. ndOtf Mbs. M. A. Ashih has a lot of live gold fishes, in globes, for sale cheap. jo30tf Still in the Field.—Received from New York, a large assortment of Drugs and Patent Modicines, Paints, Oils, Chemicals, etc.; also, a large invoice of fire-proof Lamp Chimneys ot the La Bastio (French) process, guaranteed t3 stand fire for six month-*; also a large assortment of chimneys (Ives' patent), tire proof; also a large assortment of other kinds of manufactures. Agent for Combs' Lamp Co. Will sell at bed-rock prices for cash. La Bastie fire-proof chimneys, 50 oents each. Ives' fire-proof chi nneys, 25 cents each. Gamecock student chimneys. 25 cents each. Sold at the City Drug Store by *23 L. TERRY. Bargains im Clothing.—A. Berwin, suc cessor to Jake Cohn «k Brother, has the larg est and best assorted stock of clothing and furnishing goods over offered for sale in East ern Nevada. Call and examine his stock and endeavor to solve tne problem how such first class goods can be sold at such unprecedented Sow prices. See advertisement on another page. _ ia5-tf Cut thts Out—It May Save Your Life.— There is no person living but what suffers moro or less with lung disease, cough®, colds or consumotion, yet some would die rathor than pnjr 75 cents for a bottle of medicine that would cure them. Dr. A. Boschee's German Syrup has lately heen introduced in this country from Germany, and its won drous cures astonishes every one that try it. If you doubt what wo say in print, cut this out and take it to your druggist, arid get a sample bottle for 10 cents and try it, or a regular size for 75cents. German Lunch Truci.—Just received at Mrs. Ashim’s a lot of Russian Cavair, Ham burg Ssusago, Sousod and Pickled Herrings, Sardeils, hardines ami all sorts of German lunch nick-nacks. Also a largo invoice of delicious Eastern bacon and hams. n27tt. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery 3N THE STATE ! —THE— Fashion and the Dexter! Two Complete i:ntabll»hmenM UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! SADDLE HOUSES, BEG nios, Carriages, Itocka ways. Wagons, etc., in endless variety! Horses Bought and Bold! A ml ti general li very business conducted in all of its branches. Having obtained a permanent lease of the Fashion Stable—Walsh s old stand—I will in the future run the same in connection with the ltexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, both establishments will be open for busi nos< day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand. Give ms a call. SWEENEY. Jl'wtf ENOTICE.* DESIROUS OF ENGAGING THE Bigelow £1 all -FOR PARTIEH, BALM, ETC.. Will hereafter make application to M. b. BARTLETT. Pr«-—ietor. Eureka, Jan 6.1S77^_ LEVIN & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IM CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CON FECTIONIRY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC, ETC. Mata Street, Eureka, Nevada. •*1 INFORMATION WANTED TF RAROXI ANGELO WILL C'»MMITXI L rate wirS hi« n«Dh“w. Raroni Giovanni, at Eur'*«, Xev id t, he will hear of something to bit advantage. BARONI GIOVANNI. Euraka, N*t,, Jan. 8, 1877. ja9-3m* EUREKA HOTEL. E. M. Baum, the pioneer purveyor to the Palisade public, has fitted up anew, through* out, the Eureka Hotel, near his old place in Palisade, and travelers to and From Eureka, and the public generally.can rely upon gotting first-class meals and number ono bods at all times by interviewing tbo gonial host of the Eureka Hotel. oelS-tf If you want the best family flour, fresh* ground corn mo>il, large and small hominy, Scotch oat meal, pearl grits, cracked wheat farina and buckwheat flour, go to Mrs. M. A ASHIM’S. _____jaJIOtf Watchks and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to havo your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry store, one door south erf S. Ashim k Co., Main street. 22-aplBtf MISCELLA NEO US. o. mrnKKL. a. maFBiir 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Malts and Hark Street*' Dealers in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, AND CLOTHING! BOOTS, SHOES. HATS. CAPS. ETC.. And Manufacturers of CASSIMERE AND WHITE SHIRTS mrl2-tf Aunt Hannah’s, MAIN STREET. [Adjoining Turner House.] QEJIEBAL VARIETY STORE. Ladies’ and Gent's Famishing Goods. LATEST FASHIONS IN NECKWEAR, Ties for St. Patrick's Day. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. fel3-tf THE CHEAPEST Clothing House IN EUREKA. A. BERWIN, gUCCESSOR TO JAKE COHEN k BRO„ will tell hi* large and well-ielectod atoek of Custom-made Clothing, Which consists principally of gentlemen'* Furnishing Goods, With a general aiaortmsnt of HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES and BLANKETS, All of which I propose to sell at nnprees* dented low prices. rail, examlnt. and satisfy your selves. A. BERWIN. Eureka, February 12,1877. fl3-lm Artist’s Notice. To My Petrous, and Cltlsema of Enreks and Vicinity: I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that my stay here will be but Tory shoit, extending only to the 1-tof March next, and any one desiring to h ive Portrait Painti'gs, from cards nr life, will receive prompt atten tion by calling at my studio at O. Dunkel's, up stairs. HENRY W. BROOKS, Artist. P. S.—Portraits in oil, water colors and In dia ink neatly executed at moderate priees. Eureka, Jan. <0. 1877. jabltf NOTICE ! The public ake notified not to negotiate for a crtain receipt drawn in favor of II. L. HAINES, issued by II. MANHEIM, Number 186, for 3800, with an indorsement on the back oi #200 ditet at Tybo. Nevada, De cember 20. 1876. The voucher has been can celed and payment stopped* and will not be paid. Tybo, Nye county, Nevada, Feb. 17, 1877. f 30-lw Prospect Mountain Tunnel Co, WHERE WILL BE A MEETING OFTHE 1 stockholders of the Prospect Mountain Tunnel Company on SATURDAY, the 21th instant, at 7 o’clock r. >., at the office of Hill house \ Davenport, fur the transsc'ton of important business. A full attendance, ei h rin person or by proxy, i« earnestly re quested. liv order of the Hoard. W, 11. DAVKNPURT, Secretary. Eureka, Nev., Fob. 20, 1S77. f20td $250 REWARD! SINCE SUNDAY AFTERNOON SOME person stole from the front of my store a coil of white eottoo-thread rope. I will pny the above reward for 'ho return of the rope and the conviction of the thief. WM. II. CLARK. Eureka. Feb. 1, 1877.f2tf "notice. r HAVE THIS DAY SOLD MY BUSI 1 ness in Eureka, Nov., to A. BKRWI.N, who is authorise I to colle t all debts due the firm. All claims against the old firm will be settlod by the undersigned. P. BERWIN. February 8,1*77. folS-lm j