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^^^FBIDAY, MAHUH 2<J, 1878. STOCK BEPOBT. 4na rruncIMO Ntofh Kich»n(«. Sin Ksiiicisro. Match 28. IMornlnK llonril—II A. M. Ophir 31 31* mi 34 * 34* v s Mexican—1144 11* iris (ioulil A Curry-8* 8% «* .?,() ijpet A Belchor—18% 13 h 18% 1 ", California -27* 27*sa 27% SC Savaito-9% 9* 9* iJo Co.i Virginia—19* 19* 19*a5 as Chollar—21 27 IOrO HaleA Norcro»«-7* J4II Crown Point-4* 48«o 4 , Yellow Jacket— V/A 90 Imperial-50* 5 Kentuck—3 30 Alpha—7U 2-J0 lMeher- «IOoc 3 i.'A Sierra Nevada—3 310o 60 Utah-O1/* 9* 9% jHU Bullion-41/, 4I0C 425 Kxchequr‘r-2,9c 2twc 45 Overman-13 150 Imi-enal-** -jOc iH) California—27ffc 27*4 300 J untice—7 V/n 50 Succor -Hho 440 Union—5 554 .>,Xb » 5 HH) Julia— 245c 2*4 210c 4.411 Caledonia—l */i l&Oc il.O Baltimore— 1 250 Silvor 11 i 11— 170c 2tU New V"rk < 0 •.—75c 120 Wuodville— 4"c 35o »*) A ndea— 45c 40c 1100 Well* larjfo— 10c 5c 1,15 Ward — 1 95c 9Uc 1150 Leviathan-40c 45o 60 Andes—4>c 2h', ]S. Con. \ irgima—50o tf5 Utah—9^4 S'i0 Trojan-oOc 25c 60 Merit Nevada—310c t0 Boyle- 25c 809 Monumental—15cb30 2 *0 Benton—I 10• N. Con. Virginia—50c 6*0 Succor—l h 3j0 Caledonia— \% Ophir—34 bid KvfulaiK Itourd.—S P. 75 Favmond .V Kly—IS 3 0 Phenix — 210c 2* 85 Al|»8—215c 2 Vi 184 . Belmont-2IUc 220c 2*4 1»25 hi Dorado South—12Uc 115o 885 Leopard-80c 66c 130 Northern Belle 8 11UM 11 ussey—W)c 85c 770 Manhattan Ilia llS 1154 1154 1<0 Belmont—220c 800 Do Frees-S'le 50c D O tirend Prize—8 6S 8U0 Argenta-40c 500 Navajo-21« 210c 300 Endow went—06c hist Young America— 40o 100 1 ndepondenoe— 85c I jO Silver Prize— 15c 400 Mar-1150 600 i ay Silver—1*4 120c 450 Falcon -45c 50c 4U0 Hamburg — 3iOc 320c DO M«*ioc-IS 180c 1H 180c 185o 60 iL;die-l20c 3 0 Leeds-1, 60 Bechtel—4 615 Tip iop-2'i 220c 2Vibl0 JOO Bello lsle-«0j 22i M (-Bracken 3 l»»Lon Virginia-19H 19^4 19 S JiO Bullion-4% 770 Julia-:30c 215c 4<*5 » pbir- 34 34 s 34b-5 •5o Eureka Con.—48S 22) Lalilorn a — 27% 1 xkl Belle isle-00c 2o l Lion 6‘i D) ILtlu Jt Norcross—7*4 754 20 Eureka Con. — 43s 10 Sierra Nevada 310c 3 305c 110 M. xican--1 \% 11H .*» Belcher—310c 3 20 J ustice-"-10 1 si Beat Jt Belcher—16S 17 MS) .>aVHge—0V4 Aim) Ward— 85c 1 4i ton. Virginia—19S 100 Lev mill a n 45c .'W Alpha 75H 7*i DO Near York Con.—175c 80c 216 Imperial- X) • vS Arrival* and Departures. BT TUB KURKKA AND PaI.IMaDB RAILROAD. I>«*l>nrHirVftirrdHj. MmC BImcb Mrs Kirhardaon J K Mills W 11 lluyck and three H Huri.ell prisoners M L»uvidi J Flowers Arrival* l.»»-l M*lit. Goo llnrpct Jf-sSI' an C K Brown 11 iJeht'ia T l.ynes fc> W iiilihouse 8 Ureenlos Plochp, Houillton Mini E«reka Line. PIC PART IRAS. D Kathan My the Tyl»u blase Muf« ARRIVALS, Geo 8 Jordan [ Co nun tin ire tod. J THE M'll- OF HIE ANAIUXKF.M. Epito.i Sentinel: Wilh reference Co the action commenced by the as eignces of I). It. Iiuinel against Joseph Mendes, lor the recovery of Ihe sum of ♦438, the plaintiffs beg space in your columns to make the following slate mem: At the dale of the failure of the hank. defendant was debiled with an overdraft of the amount sued for. lie tlsoclaims that lie had on special do posit 250 siisres of El Dorado ft out h, (IiIiiiorIi no dncumeiiiary evidence ol the fact existed. The assignees, anx ions for a settlement, and recognizing 4-lenilani’s word as being sulbcieiit proof of his claim, agreed to allow him tlie selling price of the stock (50 cents) on His dav of the failure. The present hRUre is $1 15, hut as there have been txaessinsuts levied between the two dices, aggregating 8- 60 |ht share, it '*HI he seen that our proposition was a fair one. As there was no reasonable certainly of reaching an amicable un derstanding, we, as a last resort, en tereil suit in (lie District Court, where *11 points in dispnie will be legally ad judicated. The above are the lads in the case, and »s we do not desire to be placed ill a false light, we havedeemed n proper to make them public. AHMRIH. IWREka, Nev., March 28, 1878. lion need III in. There was a sound smote the ear last *vening like unto the racket of a buzz *** hi the infernal regions high above wblch could lie beard a yelp of pain, the next instant a little fellow shot •at of a Main street dive, turned two •unilnersaults, lit square on his feet, *n<* started up the thoroughfare at a •peed that would have discounted I *i"Rton in his palmy days. The tale leinalo who appeared at the door ay. explained that the bounced indi , "al had insulted tier, and she had irninhteri'd summary punishment, only this, and nothing more.” What '• nature of the stfront had been she explain, and by rea C .. 0 "ft Amazonian proportions, we "’llsome delicacy in inquiring. Hence Stiise th knowledge of the exciting ®»u*e of the disturbsnoe. VXCK Disr. C. Brown, of Virginia City, is regis teied at tiie Jackson House. Lead waa quoted at 3 80 cents in the New York market yesterday. Nineteen cars of crude bullion and refined lead have been shipped to Pali sade since our last issue. C. Moran, of San Francisco, and D. U. Lane, of Tuscarora, are registered at tiie Parker House. The value of the crude bullion that was slopped jeslerday morning was $21,600. Seltlen Hetzel has been admitted to practice iu the Supreme Court of Ne vada. Manager Bigelow has trsnsfered the box office at the hall to the south side of the entrance. Atmut 3.10 men are on the payrolls of the Kureka Consolidated Com pany. An employe of the K» K Consoli dated, at the furnace, was slightly burned yesterday by the explosion of iron on the dump. heed is goon on the cattle ranges,and stock of all kinds are doing well. It promises to he a good year tor the owners of herds In this county. Fred. Hart’s book will have quite a circulation in Eureka. Mr. Ilawkes has already obtained seventy-live sub scribers for the work. The lots occupied by the residence Eroperty of 1). E. Hally, on Clark and Id wards streets, are spoken of as au eligible location for a Court-house. Our informant in regard to the bull ion output of tlie K K furnace made Ids estimate too low. The daily aver age is something over eight tons. lien. VV. Sampson, of Monitor val lev, Nye county, filed a homestead ap plication at the United States Laud Office last night. The shaft on the Albion, «t Ruby Hill, is to lie a double compartment and will tie carried a depth of 25b feet as rapidly as progress can be made. The freight arrivals by rail yesterday embraced four eara of merchandise, three of timbers, one of wood and nine of coal. Hamilton, the victim of the receDt accident at the Metamoras, was some w hat better yesterday, but is still in a critical condition. Fred. Gilmer, Superintendent of the Hamilton ami Pioche stage line, ar rived in Eureka last evening, and will sojourn in town for a day or two. Every proprietor of a shanty in Chi natown is provided with a police whis tie, and Ihey blow them oil the least provocation. It keeps the ollicers busy answering their calls. A lady, while out horseback riding yesterday, was thrown from her steed, tun lievnnd a soiled cost nine, sustained no injuries. The accident occurred on the Willows road, ‘•IPs a pretty good show," said a young Virginia City boy who bad seen the Heinz troupe, “bu I, speak ill’ can didly. would you take your great grandmother to nee it?" A full board of County Commls sinners will meet next Monday, and the session promises to he a very in teresting one. Court house and taxes will figure prominently. The owners of the Albion and con tiglloiia locations have emurat-ted fur the delivery at their mine of 20 000 feet of planks and limbers to be used In the new shaft. Bruno, who will he remembered as (he hinny mail of the Adali Richmond Troupe, has organized a company of male and female artisls and will visit Eureka shortly. Between their ha's and their spirited steeds, the lady equestriennes who [Hit In an appearance on Main street yesterday aheriioon, had a lively time of it. J. K. Mills, brother of onr esteemed townsman, IV. (). Mills, Jr., departed for ( alitornla yesti rday morning. Me w ill accept a posiliou in a Sacramento banking house. Tlie man arrested by officer McKee last Monday, for drawing and exhibit ing a deadly weapon, was found guilty in tiie Jus-ice’s Court, and sentenced to » retirement of 40 days iu the County Jail. He retired. Tlie Virginia City Chronicle pro pounds tlie following: As a question of logic, does a man who admires tlie Rente troop arrive at his conclusion by reasoning a priori or a posteriori f A base, ignoble brute savs that when he sees a woman neither fat nor fair, but forty, with a cardinal red plume on her list, it siiggess to him a life arid death struggle between uatureand ait. with art on top by a small ma jority. M. B. Bartlett brought in some speci mens from tlie <Jeddes A Berirand mine yesterday that are away ahead of anything ever found in tills vicinity, Mr. Bartlett will forward I Item to the Smithsonian Institute at Washington. Manager Bigelow received a tele gram yesterday from Den. Thompson, Hsking as to terms amt open dates at the hall. He proposes to open in Eu reka with a company souio time in April. Auditor Duff, of the Eureka and I’alisade Railroad Company, was tlie recipient, yesterday, of a handsome present from President Mills of an elegant and costly watch and chain, as a token of appreciation of his services while Id the employ of the corpora tion. Mining The following locations have been duly recorded: Avon mine, located March 28, 1878. and claiming 1,500 linear feet, located by Win. Adams and W. C. McCoy. John Hull mine, located March 22d, 1878. claiming 1.5(H) linear feet, sit uated on the east side of Prospect Mountain, about 100 feet east of Lein nn Milling Company’s shaft, located by John freeman, O. Hall, K. I). Cole, and J. II. Hall. Hope Lode, claiming 1,500 linear feet, located March 18. 1878, and tiled for record March 28, 1878, situated on Mineral Hill, P. Burns, Thos. Brown, Myles Hogan, Wm. Hughes, and, I). J. J. McLaughlin, locators. Nevada Lode, claiming 1,500 linear feet, located March 18. 1878, and tiled for record March 28, 1878, situated on Mineral Hill. Wm. H. Burns, P. Burns, Thos. Brown, Myles Hogan, Wm. Hughes, D. J. J, McLaughlin, locators. A K III.VlOX VS. ATCIIIXMOX. Tbe Parlies lu I'vnrt and tbe Evi dence. Following is a synop'is of the testi mony brought out In the Atchinson case rs giveu by a San Francisco ex change: Mrs. Mattie Atchinson entered the Court-room with a lady friend and the latter’s husband,and led by the hand » prettily dressed, blue eved, golden haired intelligent maid of 9, who was none other than Mina, for the right of the possession of whose corpus the pro ceedings were instituted. Mrs. Alehin son is a quite YOUNCJ AND HANDSOME BRUNETTE, With a lower facethe least little bit too heavy and the upper the least little bit too light lor thoroughly reliable love liness. Her tall and graceful figure was shown to the best advantage in a black polinaise dress with a prolonged trail, which, when she moved about the Court room, bblore proceedings commenced, she could twirl around herself in the most expert iiiaiiner. The injured husband la a young man nl a pronounced blonde type, hut the en tire bald top of his head speaks more eloqniDtly than words of worse troubles to his hair than the dose hats denounced by the great crusader, Dr. Dio Lewis. THE HUSBAND’S EVIDENCE. Arthur W. Atchinson was then sworn and testified: I was married to the re spondent In May, 1887. We have lived separate since the 10th or 12th of February, 1878, and I formed the in tention never to live with her again on the 12> ii of March. That intention was caused by tlie infidelity ol my wile. By infidelity I mean site was not true to me. She was untrue by harboring other men and being with other men. I am convinced that site was guilty of adultery. — Wlial acts do you know of re spondent having done that make her an unfit person to have tlie custody ol the child ? The Nevada Legislator replied in the following neat sentence : I saw she and another gentleman kissing one another on the 13th or 14th of this month. I saw tins repeated. I have also heard her In conversation— Here the witness told of liiesomewhal indel icate subjects Ins wife was fond of dis cussing, and continued : She was talk ing to one Mr. Cole. I also heard tier discussing tlie liarmlessnes.s of adul terv with Cole and a Mrs. Turvle. Cole said to her that ids opinion of adultery was that it was all bo-li, all nonsense. He said, "I wouldn't have anything to do with the wife of a man who was ab surd.” He spoke ironically, that is, lie meant the opposite of what lie said. Mur. Turvle said she rather liked adultery. She was also smoking ci gars and cigarritos, B. M. Atchiusnn testified that in tlie conversation alluded to by tlie preced ing witness, lie had heard Mattie giv ing Mr. Cole very glowing descriptions of tlie shapes ol J 11-rent women. Site described a young ladv, from tlie ap pearance of whose face it might be sup posed she was only a child, tint of all tlie limbs Maltie had ever seen, that girl’s beat them. 1 heard Mattie say these things, and saw tier motions. Cole kissed each of tile women twice. Then lie went as far as tlie door, when Mrs. Turvle snatched his tial away, and put it on tier head. Theu he did some more kissing. VKill DIRECT EVIDENCE. Win. F. Howe to-tified he had seen respondent drink wines, liquors, ales and so forth. He said: Mrs. Durvle washer bosom friend. 1 know Mrs. Durvle to be a lewd woman. The wit ne-s then gave a specific narration of acts of unchastity indulged m by (lie respondent, her associate in crime be ifig George D. Terry, on Decern her 14ih, in her room. He had also been a witness to a similar scene, wherein Mrs. Tnrvle and H. B. Slaven, “ the drug store man,” were the actors, in little Mina's room, on January Until. Mrs. Turvie went East on Monday morning. H. F. Bush corroborated the previ ous witness’testimony, having been an eye-witness to the same scenes. THE DEFENSE. The respondent asked for a subpoena for George J. Terry. John IS. Capmn. a real estate agent of Eureka, testified to the excellent and unblemished character of Mrs Aiclnnson while a resident of Euieka. .She associated, b» said, “with the first lainilies of Eureka—the upper crust.” William P. Haskell, al-o o! Eureka, corroborated the evidence of t'apron, James C. Zahri.sk ie testified to Ins acquaintance with Mrs. Atchinson mice her arrival at Oakland, and to her modest and lady like behavior and the peculiarly excellent manner in which she took care of her daughter. [Yesterday’s dispatehes gave the child to the mother. A telegram in to Uay’a Sentinel, states that Ate bin sou was acquitted of perjury. Prill l.nreeny. H. DeLisle. a nephew of L. I. Hogle, ami manager of his business at l’ali saile, came up from ttie terminus last evening. He hail charge of two Chi namen, convicted of petit larceny, ami sentenced to sixty and ninety days r«. sp-ciively m i ho county jail. Their crime consisted of the theft of a pistol, clothing, sack nl flour, and other arti cles from Baum's Hotel. The plunder being found in their possession, it was a clear case, and no defense was of fered Mr. DeLisle returned to his home on this morning’s train. ■tally Mall. The mail nervioe between Eureka and Tybo having been increased to six times a week on and after the first day of April the stages between the two points will leave and arrivedaily, Sun days excepted. The growing impor tance of Tybo is recognized by tiie De partment and tlia increased mail facili ties will lie hailed with satisfaction by our prosperous neighbor. Bullion Kblpinent. Wells, Fargo A Co. made the follow ing shipment of bullion yesterday morning: Nine bars, which ware valued|at $11,437 21. __ THE MISSOURI liEAD PRODCC. BBS. Anything relative to the present status of the lead market is cf interest to our producers, and in this connec tion we reprint the following from the Mining and Engineering Journal. It says: “A number of estimable gen tlemen who reside at or near St. Louis, seem to imagine, as we have several times had occasion to report in these columns, that, by a stroke of the pen, they can regulate the price of lead for the whole United States. They have held meetings and agreed among themselves that the present price of lead is outrageous, and ibat there is no valid reason why—if they would all say so together—they should not make consumers and dealers everywhere actually believe that lead is net so abundant as they thought it was, and to persuade them to pay more for it. We have before us a circular issued by these gentlemen on March 9, in which they state that they have formed them selves into an ‘American Pig L“ad Association,’ and they ask all dealers or producers of lead to join the same and pay for this privilege twenty five dollars each. 1 he members who sign the articles of association bind themselves—under the penalty of being turned out of the A. P. L. Association— to sell no lead at a less price titan tiiat fixed by the Executive Committee of said associa tion. Provided, that the lowest cash price for lirst class corroding lead shall not tie less than four cents per pound in New York, and that less freight to New York and oilier points. Other titan first-class corroding lead to be 15 cents per hundred pounds le-s titan this. The committee to fix prices on the 15th of each month for the suc ceeding month and to notify each mem ber ol tlie A. P. L. A. Providetl, tiiat this agreement shall be Nigned bj’ all producers in the Unit ed Mates who produce annually as much as one hundred tons of lead, and by all (arsons now holding as much as one hundred tons of lead otherwise titan as maniifacturersnr consumers. This movement will never pass be yond the stage of a meeting * resolu tion.’ The fact is apparent to all oul -ide of .St. Louis who have studied the question, tiiat the limit to the decline in leatl will only be found when we tint) foreign market for our s urpius, and no amount of combina tion can advance prices here tdi that lias been seemed. The gentlemen wlio have ‘resolved’ so many tilings according lo tins circular, had better resolve to secure greater economy in production and trail-portalion, and cany into effect the only sensible reso lution pas-ed at I lie meeting referied to, viz: 'to investigate the question of immediate exportation of the lead to China and elsewhere.’ We have rea son lo believe that some of tile lamest .Ylissouii works can produce lead at 1% cents per pound, and are expecting to make turllierecnnomy. This of course does not leave profit to llie works, tint it is sufficient to sitow tiiat even when tlie export figure (from 354 to A¥jO) is reached, Missouri can still maintain its own in the struggle for tlie prize. Tlie rapidly increasing production of argenliferotis bullion in Utah,Colorado and Nevada, where the ore is treated for its silver alone,and where thesilver Is made to pay, to part nr altogether, the freight on the lead to St. Louis, and even to Now York, is an element in tlie lead market which can not be con trolled by any combination,and which nas to lie met in a more practical form Ilian a set of resolutions decreeing on paper a minimum price for lead. This, indeed, seems to us to be the very key to tlie 1-ad question, and it is pure folly to ignore oi belittle it.’’ Fell tty The Way stile. ‘‘Help, or I perish,” wailed the dy ing sinner of oid, and the same cry borne on the night air, last evening, from tlie inky depths of tlie big ditch, and as it pealed out in supplicating tones a number of good Samaritans hastened to i lie rescue. It was only a drunken roisterer, who, while pur suing his devious, winding way home ward, had made a misstep, and plunged headlong into the tilth and mud of iliat chasm, but it took the united effort* of four stalwart men to hoist him to terra tirma again, and as the ra.vs of the Hooks’ lantern re vealed his condition it was noted that no dirtier, nastier, or more slimy in dividual ever put in an appearance. The crowd escorted him to his domi cile, holding their no-es on tlie jour ney, and turned him over to tlie ten* der mercies of his disgusted wife. It Ids clot lies, unless speedily cleased, do not develop typhoid fever, or some other contagious disease, llien there is no virtue, nor truth, in generally re ceived suni arv theories. The Boh Bhii .Soiree l.nst Night. Tlie bon bon soiree last evening was heartily enjoyed by the large number of merry dancers who thronged Bige low’s Hall, and there was a uuiver sally favorable comment on the man agement of Mr. Norman Beaton, to whose efforts they were indebted for the pleasures of tlie occasion. After indulging in tlie waltz, quadrilles, etc., as per programme, up till 11 o’clock, a pause in tlie revelries was had, and tlie bon lions distributed. Then the fun grew fast and furious, everybody entering into the spirit of tlie gaveties. Tlie party did not conclude until a late hour, and then there was a gen eral regret expressed at tlie apparent brevity of the living moments. Mr. Beaton can congratulate himself on the eminent success of his social events, and it is the expressed wish that lie will couliuue indefinitely iu the same line. Cuke. The Richmond Company will aoon be in receipt of Z 000 bushels of coke, to be used at their smelting works. About eight months ago, Mr. Brereton purchased a coal mine on the line of the Union Pacific Railroad, and built works for the express purpose of con verting the product Into coke for use at the Richmond furnaces. The amount spoken of above is tbe first installment, to be followed by further consignments. The recent contract with (leorge Lamoureux for one mil lion bushels of charcoal proves that the company will, no matter what the result of their experiment may be, take all of the merchantable coal of fered by our looal burners. THE FKMAI.E MINftTRELH. There seems to be quite a diversity of opinion among tbe press of tbe western portion of tbe State as to tbe morality of tbe performances of tbe Female Minstrel Troupe, some of the papers claiming that ttiere is nothing to offend, while others areof adecided ly opposite opinion. The moralist of the Carson Tribune is especially vigor ous in his denunciations of the blondes and brunettes, while the Appeal, edited by a clergyman, found nothing in the entertainment to shock anyone’s mod esty. It Is very evident that one’s en joyment is due to the mood in which they approach it—the way they look at it, bo to speak. On one point, all of the papers are unanimous, and that is that tbe performers outstrip anything in their line ever seen on this Coast. Whether this verdict means that they are at the top of their profession, or that in their costumes they are close imitators of Mother Eve, is rather ob scure. Our readers can draw their own inferences. One thing is certain, there is going to be more or less trouble among Hie married circles of Eureka, if tlie policy is decided upou by prud i-.li husbands of debarring their wives from witnessing the performances. As they pithily remark, if the husband can go without contamination, so can ins wife; and one lady of our acquaint ance, who had read in a San Francisco journal that only bald headed men were present at the flush Street Tbeaterdur ing the last nights, confidently informed us that although her husband had a remarkably plentiiiii crop of bair at present, if lie dared attend without taking her, she would make him per feoilv (-legible for a front seat during the balance of their stay, a direful threat that we interpreted as meaning that she would snatch him bald headed. To calm the feminine appre hensions on the subject, we as-ure them that the attractions of the troupe, and the comments that they have ex cited, is due to their display of those feminine cbarins and graces that the most of the sex conceal from the eyes of the male. Graceful, willowy arms, shapely legs, swelling contours, and a boundless wealth of mammifernu* developments, is the way an enthusi astic friend of ours puts it, and he saw them in San Francisco, and has been unhappy ever since. In speech and action there is uo trace of vulgarity, any approach to it being studiously avoided. If the ladies can endorse the free display made hy tbe Richmond blondes, they need have no hesitation in attending the hall on Tuesday even ing next, and in this connection it may lie well enough to mention the fact that a number of reserved seats have been secured by leading citizens, who announce their intention of goiug in company with their wives. Hypocrisy. It is not only unmanly, but to our mind it savors strongly of hypocrisy, for a repentant sinner, who has fallen from a high estate, solely tiy the force of his own habits and weaknesses to turn up the whites of his eyes, meek ly for forgiveness, ask to be taken hack into the fold, and insinuate in the same breath that the cause of his de scent is to tie attributed to the frailities of his wife. His course may com mend itself to the “unco guid,” but there is tint one opinion of it in this latitude, and that is by no means com plimentary to the person who is striv ing by promises of amendment to re gain a position that he has disgraced. We ineuiion no names nor would we put a straw in the way of any one’s reformation, hut when a plea for char ily ami forgiveness is accompanied with a covert sneer, and based upon the exclusion of a weak woman from the fold, we are constrained to doubt its sincerity, and in that doubt we are supported by the universal comments of every one who has a knowledge of [lie true inwardness of the case alluded to. __ At I*H||SH<U‘. Oar Palisade correspondent, under date of the 28tb, sends us the follow ing ileins: W. S. Evans, an old resident of the county, and lately in the livery busi ness in Eureka, has purchased all of Mr. Baum interest in the hotel at this point, and will take possession to-mor row. Mr. Baum’s w ill remain at Palisade until such time as he gets his accounts settled. The new proprietor’s exten sive acquaintance and popularity will no doubt make him a favori'e with the traveling public, and he will not only retain but add to the patronage of the house. E. A. Littlefield, editor of the Elko Post, and Col. J. B. Moore were pas sengers on the east bound train this afternoon. They were on their return trip from Carson, where they s'ated they had been attending to some cattle business. II. J. McKusick, Superintendent of Mail Service, passed west this morn ing. He has been at Salt Lake, look ing after the interests of the Postoftice Department, Tbe Bullion Bobbery. The following special telegram was received at the Bentihel office last evening: Hamilton, March 28. The examination of Frank Clifford for grand larceny, for bullion robbery, which has been in progress two days, was concluded this evening, and tM prisoner held in $1,000 bonds to await tbe action of ike Grand Jury. The case elicited much attention, and a large number of the citizens of Ward attended as witnesses. Had Beea Sick. Ac ertain well known oitlSSB of Eu reka, discussing tbe Murphy move ment, declared his firm intention of never again joining s temperance organization. On being pressed for his reasons, he said that be became b member of the Good Templars two years ago, and took an obligatioh never to taste liquor unless sick, and he had been sick ever since; at which statement the listeners burst into a guffaw, and our friend studied intently to find out where the laugh come io. CHEAPER THAN EVER! New Spring Styles CLOTHING, -AT THE WHITE HODSE STORE! -0— rpiIE PUBLIC ARE REQUESTED TO 1 call and examine the Goods and Prioes, and judge for themselves whether they are not worth all tha money asked for them. A. BBRWXir. Eureka, Marsh 19,1878. mh20tf S R A U 8 , PIONEER Watchmaker and Jeweler! GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, Ete., always on hand, and for sale 25 per cent, less than San Francisco wholesale prices. Watches and Jewelry Repaired and War* ranted. J. STRAUS. Eureka. March 13.1878.mhlttf K. R. DODGE, OBNB&AL BUSINESS AGENT, EUREKA NEVADA. AGENT for the GIANT POWDER CO. Mr •Sice oa Bad Street, apposite Odd Fellows’ Hall. Eureka, February 21. 1878, f22tf MILLINERY —AND— DRESSMAKING! MRS. R. H. PARKER HAS REMOVED her establishment to the corner of Bateman and Spring streets,and has just re* ceived a new and extensive stock of FASHIONABLE MILLINERY! To which will be added from time to time all the newest styles of LADIES’ FURNISHING GOODS! M"The attention of the ladies is called te the elegant selections on hand. Eureka. January 31. 1878. j31'*tf | -- NOTICE. THE PERSON WHO left a Kimball Bswr for re \___-L_S~5pairs at Oeorge Ott’s Car* riage Shop about the 10th ol November last, is requested to call at once and aettlc bill, or it will be sold to pay charges. GEO. L. OTT. Eureka, March 13, 1878.mhl7tt NOTICE. During my absence in califor* nia for a lew weeks, Mr. A. D. Quantrell will attend to all matters pertaining ta my carpentering business. T. R. P. DIMOCK. | Eureka, March 19, 1878. mh20tf THE WHITE HOUSE! Grand Clothing Emporium Reduction ia Every Department for tie Nezt 20 Days! MUST MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING STOCK BARGAINS! BARGAINS! GRAND CLEARANCE SALE t jgVERY LINE OF GOODS IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND FIGURES ARM MARKED DOWN TO BEDROCK PRICES. Clothing, stylish, elegant and durable; Furnishing Goods, Hatj, Caps* Boot* and Shoes, all first-class in make and quality. . _ •War-Call at on-e and mako your aolacUons, aa the good* moat ba aotd to make rooee (as future oensignmente. A. DBRWIN. Eureka. March 1* V9R> Mathl.