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SATURDAY, : : : : : : JUNE 29, 1878. YEMTEBDAYh' STOCK SALES, tea Fraarlm Stork Earknaffr. Monxixo BOABD. 480 Opliir—464 4G4 47 985 Mexican—134 270 Gould A Curry—64 400 Beat <4 Belcher—14 144 1700 California—154 15405 154 370 Savage—114 114 510 Con. Virginia—124 124 110 Chollar—274 870 Hale A Norcroaa—74 74 820 Crown Point—54 54 840 Yoliow Jacket—74 7 4 860 Imperial—80c 200 Kcntnck—3 150 Alpha—104 104 860 Belcher -430c 44 433c 420 Sierra Novada—445c 440c 550 Utah—84 84 84 1455 Bullion—44 4C5c 460c 170 Exchequer—290c 3 295c 50 Yellow Jacket—7 4 40 Crown Point—04 54 40 Gould A Curry—64 150 Overman—12 890 Justice—380c 385c 800 Succor—10c 525 Union—54 54* 110 Alta—8 *320 Julia—64 245 Caledonia—223c 215c 220 S. Hill—120c 75 Challenge—75c 135 New York—60c 65c 150 Kentuck—8 305c 105 Bullion—465c 44 310 Justice—380e 385c 50 Caledonia—215c 500 Woodville—30c 1000 Crown Point ltavine—20c 100 Andea—40c 35c 200 Mides—3*4 600 Wells Fargo—15c 175 Ward—145c 135c 720 leviathan—30c 35c 1900 Trojan—25c 30c 100 Benton—220c 75 Solid Silver—2 H r.VKNINU BOARD. 80 Ktircka Con.—57H 150 Alpa—50c 450 Plienix—2'4 400 Belmont—40c 35c 80c 1375 Leopard—46c 40c 910 (Ilia—65c 60c 10 Northern Belle—IP4 11*4 400 Hussey—20c 15c 20 Manhattan—O’* 840 Dcfrees—25c 80c 390 Grand Prize—390c 1715 Navajo —40c 400 Kndowmcit—80e 1535 Independence.—1 5 145c 150 Yonng America—10c 100 Star -140c 1 'i 30 Hambnrg—2'» 1100 Falcon—10c 100 Hillside—255e 107) Modoc—115c 110c 105o 3 ) N. Coso—15c 725 Bodie—140c 415c 4l, 1079 Bechtel—1 ‘4 51 G. Chariot—35c 353 Leeds—1 810 Tiptop-185c 350 O. Terra—130c Pi 109 Bodie—445c 61 Best A Belcher—14‘4 too upnir—*o t tj7uiw 570 Belcher—45.7c 4 4 620 Savage—114 114 Il4b5 80 Mexican—13 4 450 Sierra Nevada—4 4 45 Alpha—104 25 Justice—33.7c 200 Ward—145c 140c 300 Caledonia—220c 550 Bullion—465c 470c 350 Union—54 54 1?70 Julia—64 04 6 4*30 64 c4b5 330 Coo. Virginia—124 400 California—154 620 drown Point—6 50 Chollar—27 50 Yellow Jacket—74 400 Imperial—80c 50 Haled: Norcroaa—74 -—_—; Arrivals mid Departures. RY THE El'JSKKA AYO PALISADE flAlT.RCAP. Departures Yesterday. W Iifrih'S A Murray Mr* Danism k 3 «*h Mrs A M< Even L L Bullock 8 II Wright T .3 ifsuimiil Miss Annie Quinn G W linker E N ltcbiuson W B rieiueut II V Clement J Ifoflln (i W ('sssldy 11 HsdO-r H A Uuruh Arrivals Last 5'ight. Hsnk Knight Theo Phelps John Flynn C Yates Henry William* J II Fulton k w John Huco J H Harrison II A I'nruh w A 3 ch Wells, Fargo 4k tVs Letter List. The following letter* were received at Wells, Fargo k Co'a Office last evening, and not de ll v*rr«l: J »**phlne Domingan* Dave Steindler 8 B Wright E I Newtou—3 Jarue* Reilly T W Dunn Colon Mining District. A corri-spondont at the new camp sends ns the following particulars shout the new district: The district recently organized embraces an extensive mining section, heretofore comparatively unknown. It is situated sixty miles from Eureka, and shout seven miles from the E. A P. R. R., by way of Bruffy's Hot Springs. There are immense tracts of timber throughout the district and adjoining country, with water enough to run an unlimited number of fur naces. The great mineral belt of the dis trict trends nearly north ami sonth, sni can be easily traced for nearly six miles. On the north end of this belt are immense lrndjes of the finest and easiest smelted ores in the country, working from fifty to one hundred and fifty dollars per ton in silver, and from twenty to sixty per cent in lead. At the sonth end the ore changes materially —resembling the rich chloride rock found st Mineral Hill, assays of which rango all the way from seventy-five to two hundred •nd fifty dollars per ton. About uno mile east of this, another ledge crops out for a distance of a mile or more, bearing rich carbonates similar to the ores of Ruby Hill, the average assays of which arc about fifty dollars in silver and twenty-five dollars in gold. Further east aro other well defined ledges, easily traced for several miles in length; some assays of rock brought in from this locality went as high os $3,000 to the ton. The district embraces sn unlim ited number of spurs and cross veins. Which would require too much space to de scribe at present. Suffice it to say that the little camp has a bright future, and if we may judge by the present outlook, is des tined at no distant day to take rank as a bullion producer of tha first magnitude. “Military.” Editor Hintinel : I have no reply to make to the communication of "Military," and don’t owe him, or her or anybody else an explanation. If he thinks the $75 per month ought to be suspended, why don't he do it? Tho company. I believe, knows its own business better than an impertinent med dler, and has acted advisedly and prop erly In regard to its own affairs. If “Military,” or anyone else, desires any information that is in my power to give, and will call on me. I will give them all the information which I may think neoeasary to impart. C. G. Hubbard, Captain Commanding National Guard. Eureka, June 38, 1878. Eastern Visitors. The Eastern gentlemen who have just returned from a visit to the mines in Tern Pahute district, have concluded to prolong their stay here nutil after the Fourth, and in the meantime visit a number of oar mining properties. We learn that they are highly delighted with those they hare already teen. i-* ni l: Dm. From the numerous preparations going on, our celebration of the Fourth prom ises to equal any of former years. Flans and specifications arc being made for the erection of several new residences on Nob Hill. The water was turned off yesterday throughout the town from 1 to 5 o’clock, for the purpose of making some new con nections to the pipes. Persons having bills against the county should present them at the Clerk’s office to-day, as the Foard will meet on Monday next. The weather was not so warm yesterday as for the two days previous. Fat what was lacked in heat was more than made up of wind and dust. Terry McMahon is doing good work in repainting the ladders and truck, that the company may make a good appearance on the Fourth of July. Jane Doe, alias Crazy Jane, while under the influence of tangle foot, fell in the ditch at an early hour yesterday morning. She was fished out by Pete Jeffries, who acted the good Samaritan. If one should judge by the nunil>er of boxes of strawberries that arrive at Wells, Fargo Co.’s office every evening, they might infer that our people made the berry the principal part of their living. Don't forget the grand musical concert that is to take place on Huby Hill this evening. The cause for which the concert is to be given is a very laudable one, and should be well patronized. The singing will be first-class in every particular. " **>ii<* HilM J/ICTOUCU yesterday, tho house of Mayor Riley, and also a largo chicken house in course of erection on the west side of the railroad, was blown down. Amount of damage not ascertained. The Board of Trustees have decided to give a vacation to the scholars attending the public schools from Widnesday next until the following Monday, to allow the children to participate in the exercises on the Fourth of July. The Committee o? Arrangements for the Fourth of July have decided to erect a large stage or platform around the flag staff. This arrangement will give the la dies and children an opportunity of listen ing to the exercises from the balconies in the immediate vicinity. Ye local of the Sentinel was the holder of ticket No. 14, which won the handsome quilt rallied for at Joe Mcndes’ saloon for the benefit of a poor family. Having no use for so handsome a piece of furniture, he has donated it for the same object: and Officer Causey will dispose of the tickets. — - -- A Correction. In our item of yesterday morning, re garding the defeat of tho Richmond Com mission, we inadvertently misinterpreted the words of our .informant, by stating that its Report was denounced as a tissue of falsehoods. What he intended to con vey was, that it was so received by many persons here. We regret the overnight, and hasten to exonerate our friend and the source from which he received his in formation, from a desire to convey a wrong impression. Tho dispatch upon which we bas; d our remarks, was as fol lows : »n&renoiuen» have supported Board of Direr? tors. This brief, but emphatic statement set tles the whole thing, as far a-* the commis sion is concerned, and it also divests onr former item of the false impression which it would be apt to convey were it allowed to remain in its original condition. We have no other means of knowing what was thought of the report beyond the Atlantic, but that furnished by the above cable. - - — - - Tl«?y Didn't Salt. A will known citizen of this city is blessed—we say this in charity—with a spouse, whose amiability is in exact pro portion to the amount that she exercises in her own sweet will, and it is generally con ceded it does not suffer fo.v exercise, nor are those in her vicinity likely to suffer for lack of advice in anything th y may undertake, no matter how trilling or important. Her husband, who, by the way, is some 50 or GO pounds lighter than herself, bought the other day and carried down to his house a now suit of clothes. She immediately un tied the parcel, examined them carefully, and said sharply anil emphatically. “They j won't do, yon’vo got to change them. I don’t like them.” He demurred that as he had to wear them, he should l>e allowed to use his own taste and judgment as to what he should buy, but it wouldn’t work: she carried thorn back to the store and changed and changed until her taste was •‘suited,” and strange ns it may socm the breeclioa are several sizes too large for him, but apparently arc just a right tit for her. The above is from the Virginia City Footlights and we copy it for the reason that it just suits our case to a T. All Exciting It 11 iinn ny. Yesterday, l)r. Iiishop, of Reno, (who is attending the patients of his brother, Dr. A. C. Bishop, during his illness) was out with his brother's buggy and children for a ride. When opposite tho Jackson House, the horse became frightened at the runaway team attached to llaloy’s butcher wagon, and in turn started to run away. The Doctor, in his endeavor to turn him from tiie team, overturned the bnggy. the occupants escaping injury. The animal finding himself free, again started to run, when he was thrown to the ground by be ing entangled in the lines; and striking upon his head, it is supoeed, broke a blood vessel, as blood flowed freely from bis ears and nostrils, death resulting in a few mo ments. The animal was a valuable one. but the Doctor no doubt considers his Iohs small when be considers the almost mi raculous escape of his brother and chil dren. Fourth of July. The Committee of Arrangements for tho celebration of the Fourth of July will meet at the School-house, this afternoon at half past 1 o’clock, and desire that all the little girls and misses of Eureka, who intend oc cupying the Car of State, l*o present at that time, and ballot for the representa tion of States. It is particularly desired that tho little misses attend, with their parents, in goodly number, so that no State may be lift vacant in the car, which is now l>eing prepared in a very handsome manner for their special benefit. All in terested are requested to recollect the hour and bo prompt in their attendance. -' Cabinet. Specimen. Clay Simms has received another speci men for his cabinet. It was, when re ceived, a live, vicious-looking rattlesnake, but Clay not fancying live “pizen” so near his bar, immersed the snake in alcohol, where it lived and squirmed for about 25 minuhs before quietly accepting tho “pickle” it had got into. The dead snake and a tarantula now occupy tho same jar of alcohol, and together make a vicious looking mesa of tarantula juice. From the Front. The Carbon Appeal says that Lieutenant Governor Adams has returned from the front, which in his place means consider ably in front of the Bannocks. Have not met tho gentleman yet, but understand that be reports no hostile Indians in Ne vada, and no cause for alarm this Bide of Idaho. _ _ Inrtlou Rumor. Mr. Jones, of tho firm of ASlison A Jones, whose ranch is in Antelope Valley, about 35 miles west of this place, reports that the Indians, both squaws and bucks, have all disappeared from that locality within the last fow days, and he thinks they have gone northward to join the has tiles. K1RKKA KCIIOOL REPORT. The following Is the report of the Public Sc hool of Eureka for the month of June, 1878. Teachers: Grammar department, Mr. A. E. Kaye; Intermediate department, Mrs. Hugh Stowell; Primary department, Mrs. A. E. Kaye. Number of school days during the month, ‘20: Clramuiar Department. Days Scholar- Deport Present. ship. meni. Ada MauLeim.19 34 100 100 Lou. Beardsley.13 97 100 Maud Pardy.18 81 100 Georgia Ku*scl. 8 34 80 100 Grace Pardy.1534 1 Hi 100 Edith Moore.14 100 100 Annie Geary.19 93 100 Lizzie Corbett.10% 70 90 May Moore.14 79 100 Nora Schafer.10 70 95 Minnie Christopher.1834 72 95 Lulu McCartney.17* 72 loo Lee Kellogg.19 100 70 Stephen Lattrly.'20 94 70 Frank Gates.‘20 90 8-') John Hmnlyn.19 81 90 Muacs Mathews.17 100 90 John Dean.18 84 100 Thomas Rickard.10 83 100 Thus. Marks.15 90 90 Edward liarton.15 84 ID Christy Gerfity.‘20 93 100 David Jones.19 85 100 Willie ID rring.18 03 95 Wiilic Gallagher.13 89 100 ID>rry Jackson.15 8'J 100 (’has. Allen.13* 87 100 Max. McEwen.,18 74 100 Henry Whiting..17 7‘2 100 Wm. Geary.10 87 100 Wm. Pardy.14 80 100 Austin Jtw kson.1434 70 100 Eugene (Jhsraty.14 73 100 John Hannan.14 34 80 100 James Henderson.1334 80 100 I Leister Coen.1334 75 100 j Harry Maupiu.9 81 90 A. E. KAYE, Principal. Iutprmciliate Department. Alma Manheim...15 90 95 Gertie Wilson...15 94 100 Clara McEwen.20 84 100 Louisa Loecbenkohi....l6 94 95 Lilly Jones.20 95 90 Floreuee S to well.19)6 96 95 Minnie Sc h wain b.20 95 95 Katie llauft.18 94 100 Maria Berrie.16 86 90 Amelia Abrigo.16 96 90 Gertie McGeary.20 93 100 Lille Webster.20 86 90 Mary llauft.20 96 100 Mary Keeue/.16 94 100 Katie Hickey..18 88 80 Lena Espinoza.20 94 85 Tillie Hteler.14 96 95 Addie Titus.20 92 95 Nellie Freetera.20 83 85 H-lle Coen.19 90 95 Alviiu Vanina.15)6 97 95 Hattie Berrie.17 93 95 Eva Coleman.19 100 100 Clara Baehelder.5 100 100 Emilia Lolbr_-. 4 93 100 Percy Goldstone.20 89 100 Louie Goldstone.20 93 90 Frank Free ter*.20 80 80 Frank Wilson.19 83 100 Jakie Schiller. 5 99 100 Fru n k J oli m*ou.20 82 90 Frank Titus.18 86 95 John Cromer_-.20 86 95 John Christopher.19 9i 90 John Russie.19 S 84 80 Charlie Matthew.13 91 90 Charley Butler. 8 91 75 Willie Emmons.19^6 80 80 Fred. Lewis.Hj 89 90 Harry Hchwamb.19:* 84 80 Lewis Dees.20 89 85 Bartley ITHtiuan.20 78 95 Wertie Hopkins.20 80 95 Oscar Kaolin.19'6 80 95 Ernest Bartholomew_11 ‘*'0 100 Harry Campbell.20 95 90 Harry Adair.19 95 100 Bennie Garcia. 4 95 85 MRS. HIGH STOWELL, Teacher. Primary Department. Emma Hurley..19 ?* 10?) 100 Florence Cromer.20 85 80 N. llle Maupin.18 90 90 Olive Diamond.10?* 85 9«) Mamie Coonan.14 100 100 Mury Powell.18 99 95 Winnie Jones.15 90 1 >*) Kttie Gallagher.17!* 93 100 Winnie Yowell.20 80 90 Currie Ferred.19 100 90 Mary Kusaie.19 ICO 80 1 Belle MeCuaig.13 99 100 1 Lizzie Hickey.18 97 yo Rose Rogers. 8 87 90 Esther Leveuthal.18!* 85 SO Lucy Anderson.15 90 100 Martina Barbicri.20 100 90 Ellen Hannan.19’* 90 90 Maude Snell.11 90 90 Comfort Anderson.15 100 80 Myra Hopkins.20 99 10<) Sophia Coonan.15 100 10) Viola Sweeney.11?* 89 90 Amelia Kticlin.IS'* 100 10) Amy Smith.15 90 90 Lillie B-rg.17 90 90 Sarah Haas. 9 103 10) Emma Martin. 9 93 9) Allie MeCuaig.18?* 99 10) Frank Kopp. .19 94 100 Cornelius O'Keefe. 5 75 75 James Hannan.17?* 83 85 Victor Haupt.19'< 90 7.) Jimmy Schoonmaker... .18?* 100 8) Charlie Oeary.20 100 10) Kay Mattisou.2) 100 100 Fred. W. rmnn.20 90 100 Everett Yowell.20 80 90 Sam. Leventhal.19 '* 95 ’ 90 Willie Humphery.14 100 100 Amy Ooldstoue.. .*.20 98 95 Roy Maupin.19?* 90 85 Charlie. Powell.15 • 90 93 John Abrlgo. 9'* 73 75 E ldie Kopp.19 95 100 Harry Clarke. 5'* £0 90 George Abrlgo .17 98 90 Willie Knehu.10?* 80 80 Johnny Henderson.ll-1* 100 100 Johnny G. Henderson.. .11'* 100 100 Arthur McQuaid.19'* 90 90 Balias Garcia. 63* 80 80 Fred Stoyell. 5 130 100 Burr Campbell. 5 99 100 Oliver Garcia. 4'* 100 100 Charlie Moore. 4!* 100 100 MRS. A. E. KAYE. Teacher. NL\L\» MOTES. In consultation with Judge Thompson, who has just returned from Tem l’ahute district, he states that there are quite a number of miners at work, some of whom are taking out ore. The great drawback to the camp is tho want of a mill, tho miners being now compelled to ship their ore to Revt illc, a distance of 75 miles, which en tails a large expense. The gentlemen who accompanied tho Judge to Tem Pahute think excellently well of the mines they examined, and without doubt will report favorably upon the property on their re turn to the East. Wo trust this may be the case, as it will open up auother camp whose supplies will bo drawn from Eureka, and add further importance to our section of tho State. Colonel Dave Duel has purchased the Fairmount mine and Manning mill in Humboldt county and will work both. Tho King Mining and Smelting Com pany, opt rating in Hamilton, have levied an assessment of 25 cents per share. Time* at Tybo. An exchange says: In Tybo times are lively. The mines never looked better, and are furnishing sufficient ore to keep tho works running to their full capacity. Vast quantities of load are placed up at the refinery awaiting transportation to the railroad, and everything in and around the town indicates a permanent prosperity. K. of P. Election. At a meeting of Beatific Lodge No. 7, K. of P., held last night, the following named office rs were elected for the ensning term : C. L. Broy, C. C.; H. Crowell, V. C.; It. P. West, P.; H. B. McKee, K. of R. S.: Fred. Fisk, M. F.; Win. Smith, M. of E.; Wm. Stowell, Trustee. ‘•Love ('rnckcd.M One Ulmer, a young man in Winnerauc cfl, is under arrest for threats againtt the life of a married woman with whom ho has become frantically smitten. Tho Silver State speaks of him as one who is “love cracked.” Hoommc Ore. Wo were to-day shown some samples of rich oro from the late strike in the Hoosac. The ore is rich, and the body from which it was taken shows signs of increase both in extent and richness. PrcAchlna;. Rev. Mr. Phelps, just arrived here from the East, will preach in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning and eyening. THE RICHMOND MINE. (From tbe 8. F. 8tock Report.] Our English friends, it seems, are nevei satisfied to let well enough alone. Hen they have the Richmond mine up in Eure ka, that is paying them a rate of intcresi on their investment such as the average English investor rarely dreams of. Tin stock is selling in London at 46 and 47. and the mine is regarded as one of the best in N^-vada. Yet the owners arc dissat isfied. Not long ago they sent a Commis sion to Nevada to inspect the mine and it* workings. The report has been made, and the Eureka Sentinel is lucky enough to have caught a glimpse of it. The Sentinel says: It is a very interesting document, and the members of the Commission have gathered a mass of information and docu mentary details covering the whole situa tion. The report is very unfavorable to the present manager, and calls for his resignation. It also recommends that the refinery be closed down, bringing forward an army of figures to prove that the concern is run at a d*.ad loss to the stockholders. Its review of the workings of the mine and furnaces is also exhaustive, and, in fact, the work is writ ten with ar. elaborateness that proves tbe industry and thoroughness with which the gentlemen discharged their duties. Just so. We don’t know Mr. Probert, but we do know that his management is looked upon here ns A No. 1. A manager who can make a mine pay five per cent, a month on the market value of its shares, and hold those shares up to 40 and 47, ought not to be coughed down by a lot of English “experts” who probably know as little of Ne/ada mining as they do of the Chaldeac language. The truth is, the Richmond people have never yet got over their defeat in that big law suit. If they could pick up the mine, bodily, and carry it off to Wales, and never again bear of the State of Nevada, they would love to do it. PEItSOXAIJI. Capt. J. W. Plummer, of Mineral Hill, came up on a flying visit last evening. C. Bowden and A. Manuel are stopping at the International Hotel. Mr. Charles Cramer, of San Francisco, is stopping at the Turner House. E. J. Travis arrived on last evening’s stage from Hamilton, and departed by rail this morning on his w ay to the Black Hills. Judge Cole returned last evening from Hamilton, having adjourned the District Court at that place for the term. E. J. Travis, Pioche; G. A. Bendexter, Omaha, and T. M. Dick, are booked at the Jackson House. Mrs. Unruh, wife of H. A. Unruh, freight agent of the E. <fc. P. Railroad Company, arrived last evening. The Parker House register contained the following names last evening : Ad. Fried, Kan Francisco; Captain J. W. Plummer, Mineral Hill; Mrs. Charles Davis, Eber hardt, and M. W. Ilall, Hamilton. J. B. Fulton, Secretary of the Eureka Consolidated Company, and his wife, who have been visiting in California for several weeks, in quest of health and recreation, returned home last evening. Eugene Blair came in from Hamilton last night by stage, accompanying James Brown, who was taken sick again with ery sipelas in his head. Jimmy was improv ing somewhat on his arrival. A K'Jn!i of I5,:sl:u*ss at tSss f,nu:l Oil ire. Yesterday there were ten protests filed in the United States Land Office as follows: Savage Mining Company against the K K Con.—Surplus—and Savage Mining Com pany vs. Phenix Mining Company—mill site. Richmond Mining Company, by R. Rickard, against Surplus. Richmond Mining Company against Carson. R. Rickard against Surplus and Carson. F. Whittaker against Surplus, Carson and Potter. John T. Baker against Surplus. Medicinal spring*. Our fellow-townsman, Charles Knight, he of tho California House on Main street, is the owner of some springs located on the Austin road, about 20 miles from Eureka. The waters are of a medicinal character, a number of our citizens who have been troubled with rheumatism, certifying to its efficacy. Charley proposes to soon erect buildings for the accommodation of visit ors, where invalids may be cared for, and Mrs. Knight will preside over the house. TIic Procession on the Fonrth. General Connor is exerting himself to make the procession on the Fourth of July a creditable one to our town. He desires us to say that he hopes the different socie ties and associations enumerated in the programme, which will be found in our advertising columns this morning, will turn out in their strength. Also, that the teachers in our schools will have the pupils under their charge make a good showing in the line. An Tncl.Sciil of the Blow. Yesterday, while clouds of dust filled the streets, and each pedestrian was trying to navigate with closed eyes, a man, evidently a stranger in towu, ran against Tommy Douglass, and excused himself as follows*: “I beg your pardon, Mr. Sheriff Nelson,” and passed on. Such little mistakes were excusable yesterday, and, strange to say, Tom did not resent it. At any other time he might have construed it into an insult. Buck Frock Water ( asr. The hearing on the contempt in the Duck creek water case will come up before Judge Colo at the Court House this morn ing. There is some dispute about the con struction of the decree which was rendered in White Tine county about a year ago. Nearly all of tho parties to the suit have boon summoned to appear before Court. The Suit* Against the County. In tho matter of the suit brought by Messrs. Montgomery and Read against the county for services as experts in examin ing the proposed plans for the Court house, Justice Cromer yesterday rendered a decision in favor of plaintiffs*. District Attorney Merrill will appeal to the District Court from the decision of the Justice. Bullion Mitpiueiftt. Wells, Fargo A Co. made the following shipment of bullion this morning: 1 bar, valued at $1,180 18. Auction Sale of Cigar*. Messrs. Davis A Keen will sell at 2 o’clock to-day. at their auction rooms, 115 and 117 South Main street, 50,000 Havana cigars. It is a bankrupt sale, and the goods will probably be sold at low figures. Kcnip** Flying Photograph Gallery Mr. J. C. Kemp has arrived in Eureka with his Flying Photograph Gallery, and has located the same on South Main street, Adjoining tho Cosmopolitan Hotel, where, with the assistance of the best of artists, he is now prepared to execute all work in his line in the most satisfactory manner, and at prices which will commend him to popular favor. The Gallery is comprised principally of a car, fitted up expressly for, and well adapted to, the business. It is covered with a glass roof, over which is stretched a canopy of canvas, thus insuring a sight of even regularity, and making it delightfully cool for a building of this description. Adjoining this car is i an additional parlor, on tho walls of which are exhibited numerous specimens of his work, which, in execution, are equal to the I best. Both the car and adjoining parlor are elegantly fitted up, neatly carpeted and arranged for the accommodation of pat rons. Mr, Kemp comes highly recommended from abroad as an artist of rare merit, and having had an extensive experience in other places, and par ticularly in his former gallery in San Francisco, he will undoubt edly sustain his reputation, and give satis faction to all. The gallery will be open for business to-day, and all are invited to call and “see the shadow, ere the substance fades.’* * CLOTHING._ IsTOTICIE —TO— Wholesale and Retail DEALERS —IK— GENTLEMEN’S CLOTHING — AND FURNISHING GOODS I ►* * I AM DETERMINED TO SELL OUT, Ana Co to New York, ana Will Sell My Present Stock of Goods tm (IIEIPER TillN EVER iioons WERE BOLD IN El'KEHA! Full I.lnew of CLOTHIKO FURNISHING GOODS! An Eilm A: aorlmont of ‘BOOTS! —AST>— S H O B S I Of the best manufacture, that will be Bold At Bed-rock Prices! •T’The public will do well to call and exam ine my Gooda and Frices before purchasing elsewhere. I will Give You Bargains! .A.. BERWXN, Eureka, June 18,1878. jelltf NEW GOODS -AT THE MINERS’ & MECHANICS’ TRADE DEPOT! No. 49 Main St., ETJRE NEVADA. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. GRAND OPENING —or— Spring and Mm Goods! —AT— MEYERS & FRANKLIN’S. WHO ARE NOW UNPACKING AN Til immense invoice of DRY GOODS —AND— CLOTHING, Consisting in part of choice SUMMEB SILKS, In all the New Shades—Plain, Striped and Arabesques. Snow Flake, Grenadines, Lawns, Percales Piques, Linens, Etc., Etc. Our FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT Is complete, comprising French Flowers, Cor sets, Ties, Fans, Jouvins' and Josephine Kid Gloves, with two to eight buttons, in all shades. Our Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS Are acknowledged by the ladies to be the hand somest ever sold in the market. Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s READY-MADE DRESSES, In Silk, Lawn, Linen and Swiss, are of the very latest styles, direct from our Agent in Europe. Also, a great variety of Ladies’ and Children's UIsTDEnWE^Fl. A choice selection of Ladies’, Misses and Chil< drens’ SHOES, IX BUTTON" AXD LACE! Also, the new Prima Donna Slipper. Gentlemen's Silk, Lisle Thread, Gauze and Merino XT2ST "\WEAR. Our Men’s and Boy's CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is complete in all its branches and of the very Latest Styles. Do not purchase elsewhere before examining our IMMENSE STOCK. Orders from the country promply attended to. MEYERS A FRANKLIX, Main street, Eureka. SUMMER STOCK —OF— DRY GOODS —AND— cn.OTT3:insr<3-, JIST RECEIVED AT 0. DUNKLESCO’S. Corner of Main and Clark Streets. BOOTS —AND— SHOES, A SPECIALTY! ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT BED-ROCK PRICES! Eureka, June 1, 1878. jeltf EDW. WILHELM, CHRONOMETER, WATCH AND^CLOCKMAKER Begs to inform the commcnitier of Eureka, Ruby Hill and surrounding districts, that he has left Mr. Stelcr, and is now to be found At the Establishment of J. Straus, Having been employed for a number of yeara in the very first of Dresden, Paris, London, Shanghai, Yokohama and San Francisco chro nometer, watch and clock-making establish ments, he is confident that he Can Give Entire Satlsfhrtlen, And is ready to refund any money, should he fall to do so. A large number of references in tills town, •8 well as In the surrounding districts, will be found at J. Straus' establishment. Eureka, June S, 1878. jefi-lm* 8100 Reward. I WILL PAY ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS reward for the recovery of a Gold Watch and Chain, stolen from our slaughter-house on Wednesday afternoon, about 1 o'clock. It is a Swiss watch, manufactured by Hugenot A-Sen; it is a self-winder and setter, a stop watch, with gold chain and locket. Any person who will return the watch and chain will receive the above reward. A. CAZAUX, At the Union Market. Eureka, June 26, 1878. ie27-tf NOTICE. "%TOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. THAT DT7R 1 . tng my absence, WM. PARDY, of the White Pine County Bank, is my authorised agent for the transection of any busiuaas con cerning me personally or the Arm of Bishop h Carpeutcr. H. BISHOP. Eureka, June 21, 1878. je&l-lm NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts, acts or con tracts of my son, Frank O'Conor, from this date. MRS. J. POPLIN. Eureka, June V 1878. jet-lm MISCELLANEOUS. W. P. HASKELL A CO.' ^RE ROW SELLING WALL X»A.£>EXt FROM ONE BIT TO ONE DOLLAR I CARPETS, Frofti two bits to $1 60 per yard l Chicago Walnut Chamber Suits, Prom 175 to $300 I Is fie t. (hey ire selling everything in that/ large a took of CBOCKERY, CUTLERY, LAMPS, PAINTS, Oils, brushes, GLASS, MIRftO£l£~ PICTUBE FRAMES, An., At Prices which iaef> Competition.' Call at their New Store, second door aouth of Paxton A Co's Bank, And be Convinced of This Fact. Eureka, Jnne 1,1878. Jeltt El'KEKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY/ South Main Street, Nevada. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBEB, Of all kinds. Redwood, Oregon and Sngar Fine MINIXQ TIMBERS ! BUILDING LUMBER! A complete assortment of Clear and Drseaedf Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, add other styles of Siding, Moulding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blindi, etc., always on hand. V3T Everything at the Lowest CsiaR Rotes. jel E A C. L. CO. CITY DRJJG STORE. Three doors above Paxton’s k Co.'s B < Main street. Eureka. 8. G. HUMPHREYS, : : t : : Propria** IT WILL BE MY ENDEAVOR TO nk keep a V FIRST-CLASS »MU4 lt«SE in all its various branches. PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES. ETC. MR. A. H. WITTE, an experienced dxugfUV will compound all prescriptions. . *3TPrescriptions compounded at all kouifc of the day and night. Eureka, June, 1, 1878. JaMT GEORGE K. DAVIS. t. ». HU. DAVIS A KEEN, AUCTIONEERS* South Main Street, Eureka. TITHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE XSTABlUU/ X themselves in a General Auction Business^ And are prepared to make sales of REAL A PERSONAL PBOPXITTr SALE OF HORSES & WAGONS A SPECIALTY. Regular Sales Every Satarday. Persons having any kind of property feBMli can send it to our Auction Rooms. Sales in the country will he ptomptty a* tended to. DAVIS k UBT w SAN FRANCISCO LODGING HOUSE Main Street, Eureka, Over Fanner A Leaser's Store, □THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS JVWf been refitted with entire New Furniture and Bedding.' The Rooms are Large and Airy Let by the Day, Week or Hm J. C. Ri.Aftr.rn, | Eureka, J une 4, 1878. RUBY HILL WATER W Capacity of Tanks, 404,000 CaUeaa ALL MOW FULL* WATER WILL BE FURNISHED W RUBY Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily toj>Atats families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets,' ranging from 614 to 50 cents apiece, will be sold at the Office of the Company, on Baby Hill. W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor, jel T. W. PEARSON, Buperietendent muK miLLiun IS AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND* VEST door to Fred. Barnes’ Butcher Shod, where he will at all times keep on hand the beet e# Poultry, Gam® and Pish! EOOS, O'2-STEUWJS > mil, BTC. ^"Persons leaving their orders at the atari/ will have them promptly filled and delivered, free of charge. NICK MTLLICH. NOTICE. BITE, THE UNDERSIGNED BUTOVS*, T T now doing business in Burak a, do bare, by give notice to the public, that an and afire June 9th, all Markate will be aloaad an Iniari' at 12 o'clock x. HALEY *00.._ GOLL * MONEY. SHLODERER fe ROGMM. FRED. BABNES, ” YILLIPPO FA10VL CAZAUX fe YKLLli Eureka, Jnnn 4,18T8. jad NOTICH. ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO «H U«l EDGAR RICKER, deceaaad, will plaaM call ou M. H. Joaeph, at the Golden Bale etaaa, and settle the same; and all parti aa feat Ins bills against tbe deceaaad will please free mil them to him for payment. A- El OEMS. Eureka, June 19,1678. JeKhtf Paper Hanging and Painting. The undersigned is prepared mo do all kinds of Paper Hanging and Mat ing In the beat style and at reaaonable prlcaa. Send orders by postal card through Poaiodfted. JAMES POMEROY. NOTICE ’ T8 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT I WILL EOT Ruby Hill, Ner., Juna 17,19T1. *'