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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1877._ AttESTN. W. R. WILSON. Pioeh® DOCTOR C. SHULTZ..Ruby Hill WILL N. RA BRITTS.I’nliande A. M. HORN IS.....Austin T. STARR.Hamilton H. P. ST1MLER..B lmont OHAS. B. S'i'KlXBEKGEit.Tybo CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42<i Montgomery grreot, is Sole Agont for the Eureka Daily Skhtinkl in San Francisco. Persons in that oity haring business with this ollice are re qaested to comaiunioate with him. ALP. CHARTZ is authorued to recoire suo scriptions for the SkhtiRki. and collect for the same in this town. AH persons in Eu reka swing for subscription! will make payment to him. THE IMIUHKAL ADDRESS. Our dispatches to-day fail to furnish us even a synopsisof President Mayes’ inaugural address, but from what we can gather from the manner in which It was received and the comments of the Eastern press, we hazard the con jecture that it was of a character to in spire confidence in the hearts of the better portion of the American peo ple; that the policy of his adinimstra tion will be dictated by patriotism and a desire to deal out equal justice to all sections of the Union alike; that the President will soar above partisanism and conduct his administration in the interests of the people. The address appears to have been well received by the Southern people and is highly commended generally by the Southern press, the most vehement dissenters being the more disreputable politicians of the North and their natural allies, the carpet-baggers in the South. That he has succeeded in displeasing them is almost positive proof that the prin ciples enunciated were correct, lor their adverse criticism is the greatest • compliment that could have been be stowed. I>AYII> M. KEY. Our telegraphic dispatches state that ex Senator Key, of Tennessee, will re ceive the appointment from President Hayes of Postmaster General. If the report is true—of which there is but little doubt—the act will operate most favorably in behalf of the Administra tion, by insuring for it the confidence of the better classes in the South, inas much as it will prove that its policy will not be based upon the malignant and oppressive spirit towards the peo ple of that section which characterized the previous one. David McICendree Key is a native of Tennessee, a law yer by profession, and acknowledged by all to be a capable and honest man, which attributes doubtless commended him to the favorable consideration of the President for the position to which he will be appointed. He served in the Confederate army during the war as Lieutenant Colonel of the Forty third Tennessee Infantry. He was ap pointed to the United States Senate in 1875, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Andrew Johnson. He has always been an unwavering Democrat, and was an elector on the Buchanan and Breckenridge ticket in 1850, and also on the Breckenridge and Lane ticket in 1860. ■" ■ —»♦ » ■■ - The blue glass theory is condemned by scientists as comparatively value less, and In a short time the price of glass of this particular shade will de cline. The fact is, experiments made some thirty years ago proved that yel low glass possessed the very qualities now ascribed to blue glass. The Governor Denies.—Governor Bradley, on Friday, sent the following dispatch to the editor of the Reno Gazette: Carson, March 2, 1877. Editor Gazette: Any statement whatever that I ever agreed to sign the tlie so-called Compromise bill is totally false. L. R. Bradley. The San Francisco mint turned out $338,000 in subsidiary silver last month, and shipped $300,000 to the East. AIOTUEB MININU ACCIDENT. About 1 o’clock yesterday afternoon, says the Enterprise of the 4tb, a severe mining accident occurred in tbe Flori da mine. Sol. Rogers was at tbe time at work with his partners in the face of the drift on the 815 foot level, when a cave occurred, by which Rogers was quite seriously bruised and cut. fie was severely injured in the right side, where s piece of rock made an inden tion which, apparently, extended to the cavity within the short ribs, ap pearing to be broken. He was also badly bruised about the left side and in other places. The ground being cut by the drift is very treacherous, and, notwithstanding the severe nature of his injuries, the wounded man would not leave till the cave was ail caught up and the drift secured. VV hen this was done he faiuted, and had to be carried to tbe station. Superintend ent Daly sent to Gold Hill for a car riage, in which the brave fellow was taken and placed under tbe care of Dr. Manson. His injuries were of such a nature that he could neither lie down nor sit straight, and he was therefore supported in a position lean ing forward, and thus conveyed to Gold Hill. —.■ ■ ... ■■♦♦»-- ■■■ ■■■ Died.—As we stated on rumor in our last issue, says the Pioche Record of the 3d instant, about Captain W. E. Gibson, we now have the confirmation of bis death, the news coming by mail. He died at the Leeds Company’s office suddenly on the 23d ultimo from an overdose of morphine. At tbe time ot hie death he was in the employ or the Leeds Company as book-keeper. Captain Gibson was a native of Mary land, aged 35 years. It appears to be confirmed that Miss Xeilsson is to marry a member of the press. Those popular actresses seem born to fortune. bkf.vi rit:s. A man with a ca«t in his eye is not out of place in an iron foundry. A correspond-nl asks: “Is eoughy bad for a colt ?” I'or a bad spell, yes. A Keokuk negro is slowly turning white. Kiltier Hus, or a Keokuk re porter lies. General Banks' two daughters are “lovely as dieauis and graceful as lilies.’’ Daniel Drew says: “The hovs think I'm played out; but I will uivo them many a turn and a twist yet.” Husbands and fat hers will lie pleased to learn that “small checks” are to be fashionable for silks tins summer. A New York lecturer asks, “What shall we eat?” Dried apples and milk make a very tilling diet for hard times. A Wisconsin iuuiborinan offers §30 in cash for “a rattling good wife—one who is not too high nosed to grow l it on bean soup.” Frenchman of Tours, to his friend fresh troin Paris: “And del von nice: my friend Mme.-?” “Yes, tmt 1 saw very little of her.” “All! She was not, then, in evening dress!” A Baltimore inventor is ruined. He invented a kind of air cushion for women’s bustles, put all Ins money into their manufacture, and now a change in fashion has leit the stock valueless ou his hands. TIKtilMA firv. The copy the following local items from the Enterprise of the 4th: J. F. Uhlhorn, agent of the Globe Gas Company, has succeeded in organ izing a company for the introduction of the naptha gas into Nevada, and has taken his departure. ■ There were many of the mend ers of the Nevada Legislature here yesteiday. In fact it would require a roll-call to tell who were absent. Mr. Hanak was occupied yesterday in receiving furniture at the Interna tional. He will run tha hotel himself. Chinamen are around trying to buy trade dollars, and offering a premium of two cents on the dollar. A dispatch received this morning from It. M. Daggett announces that bis wile is dying in Pliilidelphia. Deserted.—The Capitol yesterday, say* the Carson Appeal of (he 4th, was comparatively deserted, most of the legislators having departed for their homes in tiie different parts of tiie State. It is like breaking up school for vacation, and those of u> who re main here will feel a loneliness for a time. Although the Legislature may have passed some questionable reso lutions and bills, yet on the whole the session was an excellent one, and the straugers on their departure bear with them the best wishes of their Carson friends. Many of these were well treated while here, recognized in more instances than one the hospitality of our people, and they, too, expre«s in return a wish for the future success and happiness of tiie friends they are leaving behind. This interchange of thought and good feeling is a good thing in itself, and it is to be hoped that the friendships formed within the last two months will be lasting and not lessened by a change of time or place. Tiie “Sun” in Mourning.—The Y. Y. Sun appeared in mourning oa the morning of the Ud—its column rules being turned on every page. Follow ing is tiie leading article: “These are days of humiliation, slums and mourn ing for every patiiotio American. A man whom the people rejected at the polls lias been declared President of the United States. Through processes of fraud a cheat is to sit in tiie seat of George Washington. Let every up right citizen gird himself tip for the work of redressing this monstrous in iquity. No truce with guilty conspira tors—no rest for them, and no mercy till their political punishment and de struction is complete.” Tiie Demo crats generally seem (o denounce tiie Sun for had faith and littleness, and the Republican* laugii at it. According to a writer in the Paris Journal, tiie Pope was not too fond of the late Cardinal Atitonelii. Their natures were anti-pathetic rather than otherwise, and the Holy Father was in the habit of playfully designating liis Prime Minister by the name of Uarab bas. When the Cardinal was dying the Pope did not express tiie faintest desire to see him. That tiie Secretary of State remained so ioug in otlice was owing partly, of course, to his talents, which Pius IX. could well appreciate, though he couid not like the man. By an odd chance two lovers of one woman met as convicts in the Ala bama State Prison. One was to serve three years and the other five; and the latter desired a compact by which the former was not to take advantage of his earlier freedom, but to refrain from courting the woman until both were at liberty. The three-years’ man refused to make any such agreement, and was iu consequence nearly mur dered by the live-years’ man. The woman had already married somebody else. _ This personal mention of a San Franeiso millionaire is from tiie Shasta, Cal., Courier: Jitn Keene “bulldosed” Wall street tiie other day to the tune of $150,000. Years ago lie tried tiie job of running tiie Shasta Herald, and hursted up und left here minus $20. Such is lile. John McArthur, Postmaster at Chicago, recently informed his bonds men that be was short about $40,000 in his cash account, and asked them to help him out. This they refused to do, and on Saturday he tiled a petition in bankruptcy, making the United States his preferred creditor. The wretchedest man in America lives in Burlington. The Haw key e says: He has $lo0 but on the election, blit it was so Iona ago that be can net remember w hich man he bej>nn,and the other fellow will not tell niin. And the air is full of intimidation and threatenings and things. Senator Wekcoatt, who repre sented Lincoln county in the Legisla ture, will not return to tiie land of his constituents, lint will hereafter make Eureka his home.—Carson Appeal. In Philadelphia they are to have a “grand iuaugursl prayer meeting.” Where’s Rockhitl? —Carnan Appeal, EASTERN DISPATCHES. [MPKCIAI. TO THE DAII.Y WKNT1NKI..] PRESIDENT HAYES’ INAUGURAL. Its Conservative Tone. It is well Received by the Better Classes of Both Parties, and is Denounced by the Cameron Clique and the Cr.rpet Baggers. No Furhsr Iiteriersnce wi.h vhe State Governments ol the South. The End of Carpet Bag Rule. Es-Sonater D. M. Key, of Tcanc-i seo, Appointed Postmaster General. THE COMMENTS OF THE PRESS, NORTH AND SOUTH. Killy DeinoiiHlriitioii by n Jersey III} Butcher. Washington, March C>. President Haves’ inaugural gives re markably general satisfaction. The leeling of Southern men is especially gratified by its conservative tone and its unmistakable intimation that car pet-baggers can expect little nr no favorable consideration from the new Administration. They are also greatly pleased with Hayes’ declaration that ttie material developments of the South now deserve considerable care of the National Government within the just limits presented by the Constitution and wise public economy. This is construed as a prognostication of Kx ecutive support for Federal assistance to build the Texas Pacific railway anil to construct the Missisippi levee. The assured appointment ot Key to lie Postmasler (jeueral is very highly commended as a wise recognition ol tlie desirability of- winning over to the Republican party the large and influ ential old line Whig element of tlie South, which coalesced with the Deni ocrats as the only available means of preventing the permanent establish nient of negro rule and carpet baggers. The Governments appoint ment of a Southern man like Key to the Cabinet, together with the con servative utterances of the inaugural, will, it is believed, have an immedia'e and very powerful.influence in secur ing desirable accessions to the Repub lican party in the South and greatly hasten the subsidence of the excited state of feeling amoug the Democrats throughout the entire country. Nkw York, March 0. The Herald's Washington special says: The inaugural 'message was printed almost as soon as it was spoken and was read v. ith the greatest interest, but with very diverse feeling by differ ent classes of politicians. The best inen of both parties, those w ho really desire the country to have rest and peace and good government, approved it highly. They said it was a frank, straightforward document and read like the utterance of a Sincere anil him est man. W’liat the President says about the Southern question satisfied the best classes of Southern Democrats and all ot both parties who desired a settlement of tli« Southern diflieulties. Average Republican politicians re ceived tlie message rather coldly. As to what was said about civil service re form they smile and say, “very easy to talk, but the President w ill see by and-by.” Rut even they are not in clined to oppose him in wli.it they think to fie his notions on this subject. He will have to ask advice of Con gressmen, they say, in tilling vacancies which are always occurlng. A mem ber of Congress after all knows more about tlie people of his district than any one else and is the best man to make responsible. It would be a good tiling, these men say, to break down Senatorial patronage which they think lias become an abuse, but after all they think the President will soon find out what is practicable, and there w ill be no such great change. Carpet-bag gers are in a dolorous moot), as are the Cameron men, w ho threaten venge ance. isanhvii.i.e, Aiarcn o. The American Leader, the Demo erotic organ, says: Kx Senator Key, of Tennessee, will probably be appoint ed Postmaster General. This is a de partnre from the general custom and would seem to indicate that llayes means what he says about unpartisan civil service. Key has never been anything but a Democrat, is a man of ability and thoroughly holiest. His appointment is a good indication and one which will be likely to make ex tremists howl, while every man who seeks the prosperity of our country must rejoice at this Indication as far as it goes. The Herald's Richmond (Va.) spe cial says: The inaugural address is regarded as kindly promising every thing which Southerners have a right to expect. Nkw York, March 6. Southerners, say the tone of the in augural address lias given them great encouragement. Interviews were held with 25 Soutberu Democrats since its delivery and they ail concur in the opinion that if Hayes adheres to his in dicated policy his administration will meet tbe approval and support of tbo Southern people. Kllis, of Louisiana, said to-day, if the President carried out these pledges uml did not interfere between the two gov ernments of Louisiana and South Caro lina, the Nichols and Hampton gov ernments would prevail. A World's editoral on the inaugural address says: In regard to the South n>>t one word was said w Inch cun not be twisted one way as well as another. A number of flags were displayed iu Jersey City in honor of the inaugura tion. In several notable instances tbe flags were draped in mourning; oth ers were bound with crape and bung at half mast. One man d< ing business as a butcher on Grove street hung out a black flag and two Ainericau flags bound with black. A crowd of sev eral hundred persons collected in front of his place and talked about tlie matter, but no other demonstrations were made. The Sew Tork ••Tribune-’ ou the < hinesc Question. A Tribune'* editoral on the Chinese report says: The report would hard lv seem to favor a continuation of im migration. The committee agreed with the antr-Chine.se Californians and regards this particular influence of foreigners as a startling menace to Re publican institutions. The question to he settled, and this can be done only by actual experience, is, whether prop er treatment by judicious legislation and by honest and benevolent pur pose we can do for Chinese what we have done for other aliens? It we can not—if they are to remain forever aliens in the land-ihe sooner they stop coming here the bettor. We do not so much want to know what they are now as what may lie made of them. Upon this point it is too soon to come to a decided opinion. There being but a few Chinese in this part < f the country the same objection can hardly bo urged which is made in -San Francisco. The Mongolians here have made us little trouble, and as a rule have proved sober, peaceful and industrious; still we have had nothing to do with them in masses, w hich in San Francisco have become a marked constituent element of the population, perhaps too speedily anil under unfavorable circumstances. Their immigration has been stiniu'a ted by money made out of it, and in this respect has been abnormal, and possibly it fa- been selfl-hly and unwarrantably encouraged in China. Legislation may modify Us unfavor ably features and reduce it to more wholesome proportions, but no direct attempt can be made to arrest it altogether by special prohibition, and probably no citizen of California w ould ask us to go io far. _ . - P.;ClFiC COAST DISPATCHES. A >ul«il Nlorkbrokfr «<w* Through ILillLruptcy — Another 1'orxtil Check lor 810,000. San Francisco, March 6. In September, 1889, lirwiii Davis, a noted stockbroker and speculator, tailed for between §5(10.000 and $800, 000. Claims aggregating nearly that amount were tiled against him, about §200,000 of which Davis acknowledged. For several years past his creditors, particularly James G. Fair, have re sisted his application for a discharge from bankruptcy, and a bitter contest has been going cn. Opposition lias, however, been set aside, and tlie peti tinner to-day was finally discharged by Judge lloffman. Captain Fees lias discovered that an other forged check, for $10,000. was drawn by Kellogg, file book-keeper of Carolan, Cary Company, on that firm, which was discounted by the Pacific Jiank at the instance of Blacklock. Kellogg says there was still another check drawn, but lit* does not know who discounted it. The Murderer Harrington At tempts to Itreak Jell, Virginia, March 0. The murderer Harrington attempted to break jail to-day, attacking ilte Jailor with a revolver obtained from some outside confederate, In the en suing struggle, Harrington received two wounds, neither very Serious, but was overj owered and locked up again. t he Davis Tragedy In Oregon—The Weather. Portland, March 6. There is no new development relative to the I>a\is tragedy, which occurred near Portland last Saturday morning. Careful and unremitting search is be ing made by Chief Happens for traces which will lead to the discovery of the perpetrators of this horrible crime. All efforts thus far have resulted in nothing definite. A Coroner’s jury lias ln-eii in session two days examin ing witnesses, endeavoring to unravel tiie mysterious murder. Hut little light lias so far been thrown on the terrible tragedy, ami the question of who committed the deed remains nil solved. Thomas, who was living with Davis at the time of the murder, has been closely examined by the author ities and his every act and word sub jected to rigid scrutiny, lie tells a very straight and plausible story. The severest cross-examination fails to elicit contradictory statements from him. Suspicion at first was directed toward him, blit a very strong impres sion now prevails in the public iiniul that he is wholly innocent of the fear ful crime. To-morrow the Coroner's jury will convene again to resume an investigation. Certain parties who have suddenly left the city since the crime was committed, are strongly suspected. Tiie authorities are on their track. No murder ever committed in the State is more horrible in its details, and it cre ates a most intense excitement in tlio community. Heavy rains have prevailed tor the past fsw da>s. Tiie streams are very high and tiie roads are in an almost impassable condition. Fearful of nii ludinii Attack. San Diego, March 0. The Union lias advices from Mari copa Wells, Arizona, that the people at that station fear an attack from the Pima Indians, who are exasperated over a rumor that two Indians lately arrested have been hung by a mob in Phcenix. General Kautz lias ordered a detachment of cavalry from McDow ell to Maricopa. Dead wood Items. — The biggest clean-up of the season was made this week from the justly celebrated Father Do SSmet lode, the result being .seventy pounds of gold. Sixteen tbousaiui eight hundred dolltrs is a nice htt'e sum to put away from six days’ work. On Sunday afternoon the cabin of Mr. Mike tiilihons was tho scene of u fatal encounter between two men named James Harrington and Jerry Cantz, resulting in the shooting and death of tho latter. Doth men had been drinking freely and got into a wrangle. The dispute, we aro in formed, was on a matter of no impor lance, but mainly caused by tho effects of intoxication.—Pioneer. The New York Sun says that a hill was introduced in the Nevada Legis lature l).v a Chinaman. It was a wash hill against one of the memliors, and it was lobbied through by its author. What the lawyers like about the Vanderbilt estate is that there is enough of it to go round. Those Who Owe.—A few of the legislators lelt without calling on us and collecting the money due them for subscription to the Tribune. At their earliest convenience Ihey can forward their little bills. Sabe?—Carson Tri bune. BORN. Virginia, March 2—Wife of l’etor Leonard, a daughter. MARRIED. Eureka, March <>—At the residence of J. M. Kellogg, on Spring street, by Roy. J. A. Gray. C. L. Young to Mrs. Susie (Jriswold. DIED. Virginia, March 2-Cecilia Augusta, daugh ter of J. S. and Cecilia Werrin, aged 3 years and 4 months. NEW TO-DAY. OLD FOLKS’ CONCERT. yy 1 i. L TAKE PLACE AT THE NEW METHODIST CHURCH, On Friday Evening, Mart'll SI, 137*. " ho proceeds of the concert are to be ap plied lo furnishing iho new church. Admission, - - Due Hollar. Eureka, March 0, 1877. mr7-til _ List of Unclaimed Letters Remaining in the postoffice at EurckA, Nevada, on the tiih day of March, 1877. Persons calling for any of these Utters will please say “Advertised March 7,1877.” I-mile** List. Abrngo Mrs Jesus Law ton Mrs Geo • Uit/.er Mrs Henry Ralph Miss Anna M Donoho Mrs Mary E SUne Mrs Georgia A Dominguez Josopuino 8'idney Mi** Li/./i i Hawking Mrs L K I>eSonsia Miss Minnie Maricllis Mrs <\ lia Shari* Jennie Mancei Mad Gabrieli (licntlniioii’s 1,1st. I Adams Cha* i Alb rt^on John A | Atkins J Anderson John Andrews John L Beck Thomas Bra nr Robt Bray W B Bryan \V J Brown Robert Bosando J ohn I Blew NVidiam I'urcki Jacob Crttickshank Joho-ii Col tor W Croraor Charles Cook Joseph C Ilin* Byron Casoy Michael Carmichael James Bollhoffer John 2 Kdward r’arch Ed Echols R B Fornum Ben Furgiison B Forgncrkon Phil Groves W Grump Jack Granker Eli Gaudry Th-odor Gamp Oran How R A ilawkes Wm II Ilarrif I houma Hall John Hi chcock Rov A F i os n J (dm Riffling 1) E—2 Knox Wm Kelley M B Lawson Cyrus l.ogan Jailing Muhonev John W MalovTitephen M i idierau* J amts A MundolI II V McDonald Sum Med iom B K McKay (» J M-Doug.il Jauos McDonald J <>hn Ncrgerbo t A Nowcli Win Ottenho.iner Jako Opie J as Ostoi dorf Henry Oat r Henry O'Neil James Owons J M 1‘irtsJ W Done L D ^ PoiHase Tnom&s Phillips J C Buden Ch* Reynolds II C Kuddick Thos Smith C II Stephana I* Sullivan M P Sell nail Harrison Schindler John Sanderson A D Thompson Mathew Wright .James Webb James 0 Walker John ■ i.isi. Persons railing for any of tho following let ters trill please say “Foreign, Advertised.” Hyer Andres Clemen Win Carey W Henry Cunstan James Herbert John C Jorrell Emanuel—2 Kitcly'n John G Ce\ 1 rhinitis Mason Martin—2 Martin Cougal .M add veil J o*eah McKuV AUPUfi 31 cLend R A McDonald 1; \V McKay Alex A McDonald Donald McCormick Daniil—2 McKinnon Milas Dowell OAorgo Rawlins W A Richards Kobt Stewart Wra Duff—2 Wbilford W m Williams J B m7.lt C0KW1P M. wihftUA, t'. M. SHERIFF'S SALE. A. BENEDICT 1 VS. C. W. SCHWAMB and f C. SCHWAMB. J Sixth District Court, No. Ill; Ordor of salo and decree of foreclosure. LTNDBR AND BV VIRTUE OF AN 0R ) dor of sale and decree of foreclosure, is sued out of the District Court of the Sixth .Judicial District of the State of Nevada, on the 12th day of February, A. 1>. 1877, in the above entitl 'd action, wherein A. Benedict, iho above named plaintiff,obtained judgment and decree against C. W. Schwamb and C. Schwamb, defendants, on the 28 rh day of De cember. A. D, 18,<i. which saul decree was on the 28rp d:\y of Dec.tnber, A. D. 1871, re corded in Judgment Book A,ot said District Court, on page 281, 1 am commando 1 to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situat; in the town of Eureka, Eurekacounty, State of Nevada, and bounded and described as follows, P» wit: Commencing at a stuko at the wo*tern pro longation of the north side of Bateman street, on a line with the east side of Second at fool, next to Monroe street, and running thencu southerly on a line parallel to Monroe street seventy-five feet to a stake; thence, at right angles, westerly one handled fe»>t to h stake; thence northerly seventy-live loot to a stake; thence easterly one hundred feet to place ef beginning, l'ublio notice it hereby given, th.it on Tuesday, the 6th Bay of Mnrcli, A. D. 1877, between the hours of It o’clock a. m. and •> o’clock p. m., to wit: at I o’clock »*. M., of that day, in front of the Court-house ef the county «>f Eureka, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure, sell the abo/e described property, or ao much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plain tiff^ judgment, with into* .*<»t thereon and costs, to the highest and best bidder for ctsh, all in United Mates gold coin. JaMES SIAS,Shoriff. By J. B. Nklson, Deputy. Eureka, February 12. 1877. fol U3t POSTPONEMENT. Tho a bo vo sale i.i hereby postponed until hii'urtliiy, Mhh Ii 10, IH77, At 1 o’clock p. m. JAMES SI AS, Sheriff. By J. B. Nklso.n, Deputy, hurena, March 0, le77. mr7«td 11 . LJLHgJ! Artist’s Notice. J'u My PntroiiM, mi l .Itlxcim ol Kilrokn mill \lolnlly: I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that my stay her* will bo but very shoit, extending only to tho lit of March next,and any one desiring to have Portrait Paintings, front cards or life, will rocci.o prompt atten tion by calling at uiy studio at O. Dunkel's, up stairJ. HENRY W. BROOKS, Artist. P. S.—Portraits In oil, water colors and In dia ink neatly executed at moderate prices. Eureka, Jan. .'JO, 1877. jaiiltf MISCELL A NEC US. 0. DUI.KKU •.(Arm,. 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Slain and Clark Streets. NOTICE! In consequence of a change in the firm being about to, transpire, our extensive stock of DRY GOODS Is to be sold by private sale until the 15th of April next at greatly reduced prices After that date, the remainder of the stock on hand will be disposed of at public auc tion. Ladies will do well to call and examine our large and varied as sortment of everything in the dry goods’ line. Prices marked down. General dealers in Ladies and Ccntlemcn’j Furnishing Goods, Foreign ami Domestic 1>RY Cm O O 1> S AND CICTHISI-Q! BOOTS, SHOW, IIATS, CABS. ETC.. And Manufacturers of CAMMHKK*: AXIS WHITE NHIKTX BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Eureka, March 6, 1877. mrif.tf TO CASH BUYERS. SPECIAL BARGAIN’S IN DRY GOODS - A T - MEYERS & FRWkEI.YS TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING STOCK. We will t»ell 10 yds White rvijslin, • - $lf And all other goods in proportion. Also a fino assortment of c l. o rr ii i rv o —AM*— GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes, etc. rord-tf WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! AT TUB CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK ST-PEBia* E U 11 E KA, NEVADA. • JTAUENT FOR DUPONT AND 01 ANT POWDJSR. WM. II. CLARK. fiurnka, April fl, 1870. apfltf New Photograph Gallery! I.OUIN MONACO. Proprietor. On South Main ttrsot. Kuroka. avadaj My nkw gallery having been completed, 1 am ready to furniah the beat und MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES ! To bo obtainod in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINGS OF PICTURES are finished in superior stylo and with tho latest improye nionts of the art. EN LARGED PHOTOGRAPHS.reproduced Ironi tho smallest Miniatures to LifoSise. are taken at this Gallery equrd to any taken East or tVost. All negatives aro carefully retouched and preserved for future orders, jol LOUIS MONACO. Artist.