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""5vHI>NI0SI>AY, MAKCII 7, 1S77. STOCK REPORT. •>»» f'riiii«•<•*'■« St««'k Sii'lwnt'. Sax fc'RA.iciHcr, March <>. MORXI.MG H *A Rl*. 3X) Opliii—25 105 Mexican-17 * •ji0 Could and Curry 12X 12* 12% U?4bo \ ,0 Sttvago -H 7;« t/ 415 Con. Yirginia I > 4 40/4b > i»;a 570 Best & Bclch'ir~d. _ 215 California -46% 48 n wo 70 Saves;®—7 5, hj Choi Iar—05 05 S 70 Halo and Norcross -5X 5% 250 Crown Point—9X O'* ",5 Yellow .J acknt—1» 750 1 uipwrial - 205c 2 •j) Alpha-19C; 80 B< Ichor—7 7 V no Confidence-7 i* 2J0 S. Nevada—0** OX 255 Utah—17 17*4 17 , 17»V*90 225 Bullion —10 18X 18‘i 16% .jiD Lxchequor-6% 6ri 70 Lxcboquer—0 to 05, 15 8eg. Belcher—58 HO 140 Overman- 8i 85 8>‘a 515 Justice—PC* id 13'4 U»0 Succor—900 140 Cni«»n Con.—9 0b-5 li5 Justice—13'^ .50 Succor 95o j40>» Lady Bryan—i,5c 20c 880 J iilift -'»>« 5 V HV) Caledonia - 8‘t* 8X 1«0 Knickerbocker—2>* •805 Balrinnire—1 110 S. Hill—490c *5 4<H) 1 >ay ton -85 5 70:; 50 N. \. Con.—0 >c f>5 Sh Tiuan M s 0 50 Alta—IX 50 YVoodvillo—30c 3 A) Min t— 2t >c 25c pMj La ly YVush.—2X 200 Kossuth JOc 4 »c 210 Andes—130c 1 1 4 »0 Levi.i than-50c 110 N. Con. \'a.~75c .500 Prospect — 45c M0 T ro) a n — 1 k; 120o 32-3 Pay tuna—J 40c K V f !f i.YCS HOARD. l.V) Raymond k E»y—5'-» otH) Eureka Con.--1 > h IT* 16.^3 M) I2i Jackson - 8;4 .5.5 5 AH-s—1-T»c 18!) lielniont !’•; 70 Rye Patch 2 :;s) Loopsrd - 48dc .'•0 EuruknCon. 1»f^»A0 loi Leopard 485c 22*1 .N, ncil 271 y 27k ‘28 blO .1x1 (iila 7*ie 500 lluAre -80c 850 (leri. rheums — 2V ti<k) Manhattan—7‘- 7** 7*4 7 <> (band Pru«* 4'is 4 4 k: t~ » Modoc—280 ; IGt*) New 1 ',.so 5 110 (». th in t—3&0s 38Uc * 0 1 v» Hoed*—3‘» 40) Harrisburg—.1 c 420 Exchequer <>'4 4*) Mexican 17'1 1 15 J uxticc—■ I I • l l 2t» California -48)4 18*4 0.5 .1 uliu -o'* N) I’tah —17 » 40 S. Hill 5*4 •'» , 2 25 uphir 21 - 2C4 10 Host X Re'ch-r— P* 1-0 \evadtt - o ' 4 <» % 17») bullion 18 i 1-50 I mpnal 2 2 »5c 1> Crow 1 foiot—J 20r AI »u • 1014 180 Con. Virginia —tv 4tiM 48'«br Nlrrrl Ouoluf lone. Mexican 1 ; b. 1 Cuh —17 * id 1 17 asked Eureka Con 1 » bi i Hullion 18 bid ( hollar •>» *d i 8 1 a«ked California I »u 1 4vP a«kod ( vorium -M bid ’■‘•M'kcd Host X H<* t’h r 12 bid ( '»»». Vi -i on I '4 bid 17 asked ilule .V vorcro*- <•* bii .Vs u.-kod Alpha 1 1 » u**K‘*d (l uldA Curry 12 bid IP* a iked Lolcher 7 b b d Jutico I t bid ! i14 Julia >S bid • ■ linked imperial 1 •» bid 2 un-d 2 sales Yellow Jacket -ii v bid 1- 4 asaod Caledonia 8’4i«nu«d ( roan Point 0 a bed >aVt«fiO 7 _ u« til a (»i hir—21*h H.-k-d LOCAL INTELLSCENCE. Ariitrala aud Departures. kv ru*( kcrika aro rai.irtadk kaiikoa*. Di'jiarliin'x YcNlfntaj. J ('ar.niuui a W S ) iloy MraMuil v M r« I* Thobaben .Vli-s C i'hiilips H Abraham ii l agan L Uetttr Arrival* |.un( Mg tit. M Toii**ig Crit Thornton Jt wife Frank Longevin J«*t:n Canard 1'et t Harro.it F rank Alexander II A Cumins D Hill John Hull I'lndio, Hamilton mail Murckn l.iur. AKKiWI 8. J P Ennis lin n (lie First Prize. Some months since two Sisters of ■ Charity visited Kttreka soliciting sub scriptions for the establishment of a hospital in Kansas, and soiling ticket' for a grand lottery, the drawing of which lias lately taken place. A num ber of small prizes have been awarded to purchasers of tickets here, but billy Gillen and 1 liillip Splauc, of the Silver Brick Hotel, have got away with tlie first prize— a 40 acre farm, near Kan sas City. It cost them live dollars. Indian w»r 4 I alms. VVe have received a letter front State Controller VV. W. Hobart, In which lie states that holders of certificates of tiie White Fine Indian war claims can get their money by forwarding by express or otherwise tlie certificates inclosed, which were given by Adjutant Gen eral J. W. Adams. The members of the militia can gel their pay by for warding assignments or orders as above. _ 'Flu* 4'wncert. The old folks' concert, to bo givon by a number of ladies and gentlemen in aid of the Methodist Church, will take place Friday evening in the new church building on Spring street. A splendid selection of tlie songs of the ancient duys will bo rendered. We hope to sec Die chinch crowded on tlie night of tlie concert. Tickets of ad mission, $1. Demi. George l ove, foreman of the Man hattan mill at Austin und otto of the Commissioners of Lander county, died at that plaoe on Sunday after ai short illness. Ho was buried on Monday. — —^-—. Letter List. Tlie list of letters remaining in the Postoflloe tor the weok ending last , night, is advertised in to day’s issue. Luxuries. Croon onions, asparagus and rud 'sltes, from California, can be procured »n our markets. THE Ell It Eli A BONANZA. [From tlio Winnemue a Silver State.] Yesterday the Silver Stale alludec: to a wonderful bonanza, rich in gold and silver, which the Eureka Senti nel reported as having fallen from the heavens at the footed Diamond Mountain on the Vih of la-t. January, as a hoax of ilia largest dimensions, not that we doubted the veracity of our sprightly exchange, but concluded that Mr. Wheeler, the Diamond valley rancher, who claimed to have di'cov creil the bonanza, was bulldosing tlio truth. Now, however, we are satisfied of the truth of Mr. Wheeler’.- state ment, since the phenomenon is ac counted for by Sam Wilkes, a highly respectable miner of this county. Last night Mr. Wilkes, who has been pros pecting a lone mountain in the elo-ert some twenty miles west of W'inrie niiicta, arriveil in town. He heard of the wonderful bonanza and came to tlio Silver State '>flic*- to inquire lor the Eureka Sentinel eonUliiinga descrip tion of it. That journal was handed him and upon reading the article he jumped to his fV-et ami excitedly ex claimccJ, 1'Iiy hooky, that’s mine,” and went on to say that on the) ash of January lie discovered on the summit of the lone mountain a boiling mud spring, about 100 feel iu diameter. Do ing something of a chemist, lie m ute a blow-pipe analysis ot the mud, and was surprised and gratified at finding that it contained ten ounces of silver and 9‘2 50 in gold to the bushel. He conceived the ideja of running a drift through the rim of the spring and let ting the mud run down into the valley w here it could lie more easily handled. He found upon examination that a tunnel twelve feet long would tap the spring ten feet below the surface. Be ing amnlv urovided with tools, with the assistance ol 1’iute .John, lie cut into tiie rim with n pick and shovel unlit he encountered a hard substance which it he<-nme necessary to blast. Drilling a 2-foot bole he charged it with uitro glycerine, to which lie attached a coil of fuse and tired it a few minutes before 4 o’clock on the morning of the 7th of January, and started down the mountain. Just about the time lie reached tiie base of the hill there was an explosion which sounded 49,000 times louder than thunder, followed by a hissing noise like as* if a thousand en gines were letting off steam, ami upon Poking up lie saw the spring, which was about the size of the railroad round house, in a blaze of (ire, whiz zing though the air in an easterly di rection. The whole earth seemed to tremble and rocks came rolling down tiie hillside. He experienced a chok ing sen -at inn as j| the atmosphere w as load'd with a poisonous gas, and tne poor Indian, who did not take tiie pre caution of covering Ins mouth to avoid inhaling tiie deathly fumes, was as phyxiated. "Why didn’t you report tins remarkable occurrence belore, Mr. Wilkes?” asked a listener to this wonderful story. "Because,” replied Wilkes, “ I didn’t think anybody would t-e damn fool enough to believe it until I saw the account of it in tiie Skntinkl." Mr. Wilkes has consulted the legal fraternity with a view of instituting proceedings for the recovery of this wonderful and valuable bonanza. They are divided in opinion as to which court has jurisdiction. Some maintain that, as it is now in ale I in Kureka unty suit will have to he brought ilicre, while others claim that it is a [part of toe realty i f 11 umboidl, and that \\ iIkes’ lien attached to it before it took its tiiglit, bill ail agree that it is his by right of discovery. We uti ler-tand that Mr. Wilkes will start im mediate y to Kureka. and that nppli Mtion will lie made for an injunction igainst the adverse claimant. Mr. Wheeler and Kurck i will have another milling suit, involving principles that will astonish the lawyers in the Eure ka vs. Richmond case. In regard to Mr. Wilkes’ claim ol prior discovery, wo will state that Mr. Wheeler lias fortified himself on all ;he legal points of tiie ease, and is sat isfied that he can successfully resist my encroachment on his bonanza. Eureka revels in big veins, big bonau tas, arid big lawsuits, and Mr. Wilkes’ hreats of legal action does not disturb >ur equanimitv._ Del'll licit. Willi thanks. We yesterday received the following lommunication Irotn some one who tspires to an elevated position on the tiurnalistic ladder of f.ime: Heno, Nkv„ March 4th. My Deak siu. I would ask of you a favor, (bieng a new begetter at the bessenoss) of bieng a corsponeer of your paper in this city. Tliatr is plenty ot interesting news that 1 could send you trom hear. Hoping you will couiplie with iny request I remain most truly yours A HI). The Sentinel is not 'aid up ior correspondents and will therefore have to decline the proposition, and “Ard" must seek elsewhere. We suggest the primary department of some public school. --■■ . Idlers I rom I lie Mines. Gila.—Letter of the 2lst says: The new shall is down 24 feet. Since my last tho McGee winze has been sunk ti feet, and tho same distance made in the drift; face In hard quartz. Tybo Con.—Letter ot the 25th says: Shipped to-day $9,999 59. Tho water is scarce and we are doing hut little with the mill, but «ill soon have the pump started and then wo will have it sulneiont supply, hu tutces are run ning well. No change to note in the mine. l*rt-sento.l Willi it Trumpet. Alf. Chart/, one of tiie Assistant Foremen of tho Hook and Ladder Company and Knickerbocker Hose Company, lias been presented with a handsome silver fire trumpet. Tommy Douglas, Foreman of the company, was the doner, which fact is neatly engraved on the trumpet, it is a pres ent greatly appreciated by Alt'., who feels as proud over it as a boy with a new horn. The trumpet was manufac tured in New York City. — Working iSmt. The telegraph wires were working badly yesterday afternoon, and only one wire from tho Fast was in work ing condition. It prevented tho sen tinel from receiving a p avion of its Hasten) d-spatelies and the inaugural uddress of Free-lent Hayes. <;»l Ills 'Inn. Jim Crawford, the partner of Car low, who attempted to rob tho Eureka and Pioehe stage ten days ago, has boon captured by Eugene Blair, Wells Fargo it Co's messenger. lie was I captured in the hills about thirty miles j from Pioehe. It is very certain that l Crawford will stop no more stages and will bo exceedingly lucky if ha has a chance to goto the State Prison. As soon as Carlow died, Eugene Blair, who had remained with him in the hope of .securing information leading t') the capture of the on ire band of robbers, started In pursuit of Craw ford. The reward of jsVrf) offered for him will likely find its way into E i gene’s pocket, and his efficient services in the interests of the company w-ill doubtless be substantially i 'cognized by it. There was considerable talk in Ward of hanging Crawford in the event of his capture, and he will have to be securely kept to prevent such an occurrence. Blair took Crawford to Pioehe wiili him and left there ye t r day morning with his prisoner. .Sher iff Ed. Kanin, who had been notified of llie capture, left Hamilton yester day morning to meet them. Owing to tho intense feeling prevailing at Ward over the matter Crawford will proba bly be taken from the stage before it reaches Ward and conveyed to tho jail at Hamilton by some other convey ance. Weather. .Hu !, Etc. The weather is ns variable as a wo man’s temper, although Rattenberry insists that that is not a good illustra tion. ilis wife is, one of the most even tempered women in the world—she is mad all the time; but tho idfta we mean to convey is that thero is a tine assortment of weather, a fresh -pring importation, as it were, com prising a -ample of all the stock in trade of theclerk of the weather,w hich lie lias been dealing out in lots to suit. Rain, hail, snow and sleet, alternating with sunshine. It is not safe to ven ture on tho usual platitudes that form the staple ol opening remarks, for it is liable to chop on you before you have a chance to determine tlie status of it. 1 lut there is a sure thing on inud and slush, and one can fall back on that with the utmost confidence that the existing state of things is permanent. A great improvement, in tho way of slag crossings, has done much to make portions of the town accessible, but a -ca ot mud still Isolates the inhabitants of tho back streets from the business portion of the town. We suppose that, •onsidering the facilities for drainage, and the excellent material that exists in the slag piles to macadamize the roads, there is no town on the coast more neglectful of tho advantages en joyed. A small amount of coin and some energy would do much toward remedying the matter. The Injunction suit. The hearing of the order to show cause in the injunction suit of the Ku roka Consolidated Mining Company against the Richmond Mining Com pany of Nevada, Thomas, Wren. Joe l’mts ami one hundred others, com mences to day m the District Court. Yesterday a petition was filed, by plaint it! in tlie action, in the office of the Clerk of the Court, asking a re moval of the case to the United States Circuit Court. This application will probably bo first disposed of in to day’s proceedings. I.eg (rushed. A man named A. W. Griswold was brought to the County Hospital last evening with ids log so badly crushed that County 1‘liysician Raeee thinks it will have to lie amputated. He was riding on a wagon bound for Diamond valley, and when about three miles from town lie fell from the seat directly under the wheels, which passed over him before tho team could be stopped. He was considerably under the inllu enee of liquor at the time, to which circumstance tlie accident is attrib uted. A Serious I at!. Yesterday Johnny Marginni, a waiter at Fi-ke’s restaurant, mot with a serious accident. He was in the act of stepping to tlie side of the room to bang up ins hat, and by some miscal culation missed hie footing and slipped down tho cellar, tlie trap door leading thereto being open. He was consider ably jarred by the fall, and sprained one of bis ankle-. He was taken to bis residence on Sheridan avenue on a dray. It might have proved a far more serious accident. A Xnrroiv Escape. Professor Hersch, one of the mining experts engaged iu examining the Richmond mine, had a narrow escape yesterday from what in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred would prove a frightful dea! h. lie was iu one of i he lower levels of the mine and desiring to ascend to the top, got on the cage while it was in motion. He made the platform of the cage safdlv, but it was a scratch that he did so. Those on the cage with him expected to see him cut in two iu making the attempt. ♦- - T lio ttiiiKi Templars. The members of Reclamation Lodge, I. O. CL T., hold their regular meeting this evening at Odd Fellows’ Hall. Considerable interest has of late been awakened by the members of tho or der here; the meetings are being bet ter attended and an etl'ort to bring tlio membership up to the former stand ard is being made. Wo wish tho lodge success iu its undertaking. £2? Another itestraining Order. Yesterday an application was made by tho Richmond Mining Company of Nevada for tho issuance of an order restraining the F.ureka Consolidated Company from extruotiugoro or work ing in the body of ore known as Potts’ chamber and the adjacent ground. The order was granted by Judge Cole, and the Richmond Company tiled a bond for $15,000. Appointed Justice. The County Commissioners hive appointed S. W. Smith, of Mineral Hill, a Jtistico of the Peace, to reside at that place. Thu gentleman is now in town and yesterday (pialitied. It is a good appointment. Judge Smith will be a terror to the evil-doers of the strip. He w ill return home in a few days. l egal Discussion. Judge Smith, of Mineral Hill, and J. B. Nelson, of the Sheriff’s ollice, in Eureka, have been gravely discussing ail the nice legal points involved in the transfer of the court from tiro juris diction of Elko county to lhat of Eu reka. Mr. Nelson’s arguments par took of all tint weight and force of tint gr a:, constitutional expounder. Daniel Webster, and his remark* evidently ma le quite an impression on the .Judge, but the latter is still inclined to behove ilia' notwithstanding the - legal lore brought to bear against him, that in an appeal to the United States Su premo » ourt that body would reverse Mr. Nelson’s decision. *• Bony ” Ay re* was the audience during the argument, and was fined for con tempt of court—drinks all round—lor tbs irrelevant remarks several times during i lie session. Tli '.ci, 4f a .sibling t,i»vr. We no i ,• by our Virginia City ex changes iiia. .Ueie is some talk of the gambling fraternity of lhat place con testing the validity of the amendment to the gambling law, wbieb puts bank ing games dealt in Storey and Eureka counties tip stairs. The claim is that it is unconstitutional to discriminate as to who must go up stairs. Marcus Shultz will have to attend to this and make tlie boys understand that they are to be thirteen teet above ground and more private. Personal. Crittenden Thornton and wife re turned homo from San Francisco by lari night's train. IS. J. McDonald, of the firm of Sweet, Dempster it Co., manufactur ers of hats and caps, of Chicago, has been in town a couple of days solicit ing badness for his firm fiom our merchants, and we are informed that he was very successful. Mr. McDon ald is a very tine gentleman and a tir-t class business man. lie left for Virginia City this morning. A Warning. The dull times in Virginia City and other towns in the western pirt of the State, and the warnings ol “001,” have had the effect of adding to our popula tion a number of disreputable charac ters. YVe would urge upon these worthies the necessity of repressing their vicious tendencies during their sojourn in Eureka, as an exhibit of their natural propensities might bo the signal for, to them, unpleasant conse quences. I.ievees. Gentlemen of sporting tastes, devo tees of the dog and gun, hold daily levees in the rear of Euther Clark’s residence, di-enssing the points of a bra -e of hounds lately forwarded Trom iivgon to that gentleman. Reminis ’enepsof old times, when they followed the hounds in a merry chase, and an ticipations of future sport, form the staple of conversation. --- ■♦ In it It nt Condition. Aleck Sutherland, living on Ruby Hill, who hurt Iqis left leg about a month since while coasting, is lying n a dangerous condition, caused by :iy® iii.a or puss poison. There is but ittleliopeof iiis recovery. Dr. A. C. Bishop is attending him. Nelling Oi.ii. Dr. Terry announces that he is sell nghis lull stock of patent medicines|it •educed prices. No one need to suffer Tom a sore b ick when plasters can be procured for a quarter, and the nicest kind of pills are now only twenty-five rents a box. Read his special. -♦ Xt» ibin.l Cited. The bond furnished by the Eureka Juusoliduted Mining Company on its ipplicatiou for an injunction against lie Richmond Company having been iiseovered to contain a technical omis don, it was yesterday vacated and a new one tiled for $15,000. -- I’riw, One Oit. Frank Durkeo, of the I’ostotlice News Depot., will deliver all the East on periodicals and illustrated papers it the subscriber’s residence for twelve md one halt centseauh. Orders left at bis place will receive prompt atten tion. Mrlbmllat Church. It is expected that tho Methodist I'lnireh will liavetiie finishing touches put on it to-morrow. The interior is a model of t isto an i elegance, and ro llt-ets credit on those to whom was in trusted the work. improving. We are pleased to learn that the health of Mrs. T. J. Maupin was some what. improved yesterday, and the probabilities are that she will now re cover. Her little son—Dick—is im proving. e I'olice Court. John Hamilton, arrested by Deputy Sheriff McKee for a misdemeanor, plead guilty to the charge yesterday in the Police Court and will appear for sentence to-day. I min IVaisl. J. Peanuts Ennis returned from Ward by last night’s stago. He says things are a little dull over there and he will not go back unt 1 pay day. iinllliOMIMl. The inaugural jollification of Mon day bulklosed the town. Items were as scarce yesterday as hens’ teeth. ISnUiun .*vlii|>meut. Wells, Fargo & Co. this morning shipped three bars of bullion to New Yora from Piophe, valued at §i,U.‘>2 20. S.osl Key. The ip er of a large brass door key can find tho same l>v calling at this oiiico. —- ♦ ltd21 ion • During tlio month of February tho Manhattan Company, at Austin, ship pod $S4,33 * 74. Tus fumous St. Louis User beor, the best in America, finest for family use, sold by tho fsDas*. b o tie or dozen. at .lim Kellogg's El I Dorado Saloon* SPECIAL NOTICES. I'op the Next Sixty Day*. CUriBg out the entire stock of patent med icines, paints, oil, lamps and chimneys at cost prices. All patent medicine sold by the markon the bottle*. Ail pills 25 cents per box: p:«.- r 25 cents, aid everythin* sold a cordingly. (Jive me a call before purchas ing elsewhere. i re criptions put up for half thi usual pn—'s. birr-proof lamp chimneys 25 cent* • ; nUo a large arsortmi-nt of lamps, sol i i:uui $i -iU to SI, of the very best quality. C ill at I>It. TEKiiY’-, City Drug store, Eureka, Nevada. mr7-tf Cut this Oot-It May Sayk Your I.ikk.— There is no person living but what suffers more or less with lung disease, coughs, colds or consumption, ye! some would die rather than jiny 75 corns for a bottle of medicino that would cure them. J>r. A. Boscheo’s Dorman Syrup has lately h. introduced in this country from Dormany, and its wi (irons cures astonishes every one that try it. it yon doubt what we say in print, cut this out and take it to your druggist, and got a sample bottle for 10 cents and try it, or a regular site for 75 cents. KITRKKA nOTEL. E. M. Baum, tho pioneer purveyor to the Palisade public, h.is fitted up anew, through out, tho Eureka Hotel, near his old place in Pnli<ade, and travelers to and from Eureka, and the public generally,can roly upon getting first-class meals arid number ono bods at all times by interviewing the genial host of the Eureka Hotel. ocl3-tf Bargains im Clothing.—A. Berwin, suc cessor to Jake Cohn A 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 the problem how such first class goods can be sold at such unprecedented ■ ow prices. See advertisement on another page. ia5-tf German Lunch Truck.—Just received at Mrs. A shim’s a lot of Russian Cavair, Ham burg Sausage, Soused and Pickled Herrings, Sardells. Sardines and all sorts of German lunch nick-nacks. Also a large invoice of delicious Eastern bacon and hams. n27tf. Crackers, crackenolis, butter, oyster, soda Jenny Lind, Eastern ginger snaps, cream and farina cracker*. Also, Limbergor and Cal ifornia cheese, pig#’ feet and sheeps’ tongues, andcucoa sholls, at Mrs. M. A. ASHIM’S. jaoOtf Roons and Board.—Two woll furnished room*—parlor and bod-room—with board in a private boarding-house, can be had on favorable terms. Apply at Mrs. Boone’s, Spring street, opposite Bigelow’s Hall. n30tf Watches and jewelry neatly repairod. If you want to have your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steier’s jewelry store, ono door south of S. Ashi>n A Co., Main street. 22-aplGtf -«•. If you waDt the best family flour, fresh ground corn m-v.il, large and small hominy, Scotch oat meal, pearl grits, cracked wheat farina un i buckwheat flour, go to Mrs. M. A ASH 1 M’S. jaoOtf The latest novelty is tho can openor, glass cutter, saw-sot., knife and scissors sharpener, combined, and can be hitd for SI 50. vV. P. HASKELL A CO., Agents. Eureka, Feb. 0, 1877. 17-tf Poultry. -I am daily in receipt of fresh Chickens, Turkeys, Game and Fish, by ex press, which 1 sell to my customers at the lowest market rate, at Mrs. M. A. Ashim’s. f28 ^_ Butter.—A no v lot of butter on consign ment, nt tho GULDEN RULE STORE. 117-tf _^_ Nurs.—Hickory Nuts and Walnuts, just re vived from the East, can bo had at Mrs. M. A. Ashim’s. _^ f-i# Sausages.—A fresh article of Hamburg ■^a isagos has just been received at Mrs. M. A. Ashim’s. ^ f28 Lounges, bods, budding, window shades, and upholstery goods, at the Golden Rule. -♦ Trunks and valises, at the Golden Rule Store. _ _ Beds and bedding, mattresses, blankets, and bed comforts, at the Golden Rule Store. Latest style of hats, at the Golden Rule Storo. __ English razors, pocket-knives, scissors, pen*, ink, paper, envelopes, and a general lino 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, handkerchiefs, towels, col lars neckties, scarfs, bows, and small wares, at the Golden Rule Store. The famous English cherry and briar-root straight stem pipes, direct importation, at the Goldon Rule Store. Sheet Music, at tho Goldon Rule Store. mh l Gosnkll’s English cherry tooth-pasto, toilet soaps, and perfumery, at tho Golden Rule Storo. __ Tobacco, cigars, meerschaum pipes and smoker’s goods, at tho Golden Rule. Storage and commission, at tho Golden Rule Store. Inquire of M. II. JOSEPH. -— Mrs. M, A. Ashim has a lot of live gold fishes, in globes, for sale cheap. jaSOtf XiiOO REWARD! Run Away, or Kidnapped -| vROM CHINATOWN. ON THE NIGHT f ol February 2sth. 1877, a Chinawoman, named AH K U Rfl ! Any person returning said Woman to tho un signed «ill receive 8200 IN 001,0 COIN ! SAM KEE, Storekeeper. Eureka, March 1,1877. mh2-lw Assessment Notice. tpO JOHN SI LI) AY, PATRICK F1NNE l GAN AND FRANK DuWD: Please tauo notice that you, and each of you. are co uwuers with the undersigned in the Morning Star mine, situated in Adams Mill, Eureka Mining district. Eureka county, Stato of Ne vada, and that there is now duo from you, for assusscssmnnt work done and performed on the above-named mine up to the Slat day of Doeemoer, 187d, as follows: JohnSilday.led feet Patrick Finnegan.ldO feet Frank Dowd.1->D leot And if tho said work and labor performed remains unpaid, together with tho cost of ud vcrlising this notice, at the expiration of ninety days irom the date hereof, your inter o- in the Morniug Star mine will be forfeited and your title therein vested in your co P i tners, in accordance with tho provisions of the act of Congress approved May Id, 1872. A. P. ANDERS.-N, P. PETERSON. Eureka, Jan. s, 1877. ja9-J0d MISCELL A NEO OS. THE CHEAPEST Clothing House IN EUREKA. ^Y. BERWIN, gUCCESSOR TO JAKE COHEN k BRO., will sell his large and well-selMted stock of Custom-made Clothing, Which consists principally of ■entlcmen’i Furnishing Goods, With a general assortment of HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES and BLANKETS, All of which I propose to sell at unprece dented low prices. Call, examine, and satisfy your •elves. A. BERWIN. Eureka, Fobrnary 12, 1877. fl3-lm Aunt Hannah’s, MAIN STREET, [Adjoining Turner Bouse.] QEKEKAL VARIETY STORE. Ladies’ and Gent's Furnishing Goods. LATEST FASHIONS IN NECKWEAR, Tie. for St. Patrick'* Day. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. felS-tf HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -UfD Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. llilcago Hams and Breakfast Baeon, sugar cured, always on hand. * ••"Three doors north of Clark street, on Main street. yltf Live and Let Live! POSTOFFICE NEWS DEPOT. IMtANK DURKKE, OF THE Fostoffico News Depot, aa nounces to hi? friends and the pub lic that hereafter he will sell all , Eastern Weekly l’ietorials and Fa- ' pers At Twelve aud a Half Cents n Copy. ALL KINDS OF STATIONERY ON HAND. Eureka, Feb. 25, 1877. mhl-tf WANTED, A Small Furnished House. A PERMANENT AND RELIA blo tenant wished to rent a small and comfortable house. Good care will be taken of the property. auuiuaa uuunc, ijula uua m i, i uaiviutc* Eureka, Feb. •-’7, 1877. RiS-lw9 NOTICE. I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD MY Busi ness in Eureka, Nev., to A. BERWIN, who is authorized to collect all debts due the firm. All cluims against the old firm will ba settled by the undersigned. P. BERWIN. February 8,1877. telH-lm ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Notice to Delinquent Co-owners. Notice is hereby given to s. Pearson, A. B. Judson, A. White and L. J. Lewis, your heirs, legal representative! and assigns, co-workers in the mining ground, location and claim known and ealled by the name of the “TIGER,11 located August Sid, 187U, in the Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Stato of Nevada (then Lander county) and recorded in Book “D,” p. 144, of ton records uf said district, that the undersigned, a co-owner therein, has performed labor and made improvements on tho said ground and claim of “Tigei” mine aforesaid, forth, year* 1875 and 1878, to the amount of two hundred and forty (i'M) dollars, in U. S. gold ooio, be ing one hundred and twenty ($120) dollars for each year, and has expended the sumo there on as required by tho act of Congress entitled "An net to promote the development of the mining resource! of the United States,” ap proved May 10, 1872, and the acts amenda tory thereof; the said sum so expended being ten i$10) dollars for each ono hundred (100) feet ot said ‘'Tiger MininingClaim,” end that such of you as shall at tho expiration of ninety (80) days after tho completion of the pub ication of this notice be delinquent in the payment of your respective portions thoroof, and shull fail or refuse to contrib ute and pay to me your proportion of the ex penditure so made, at tbo rate of ton l#10) dollars for oach ono hundred 1100) feet which you may severally own in said ‘‘Tiger” mine and claim, the interest, right or property in suid mining ground and claim owned by any and every such delinquent owner will become tbo property of the undersigned co-owner, who has made tho required expenditures thereon required by the act ot Congress be fore mentioned and recited. Payment to be mad, to mo at ^'^^ULMOUR. Eureka, N©t., .Jan. 31,1877. fl-90d you UKINTINU OP ALL KINDS. KX tl ecu tod with dispatch at the SENTINEL printing Office.