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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
yjgPNESDAY, : : QCTOBEB 16, 1878 HK1U.XANU .atlioriwHl lo receive «nb neriptlone, In title town, for the BnimMi. end collect for the Mune. All pereone in En icke owing for eabecrlptlon. will meke pej neut to him. yMTERDAVN STOCK SALKS. Su muielne* Sleek Eickenge. KORBIRO BOARD. 1790 Ophir-51 51% 51% 52 51% 8750 Mexican—62% 03 63% 84 68% «^bS0 2360 Gould A Curry—174 174 17 174 *' 1020 Beet A Belcher—25 24 % 24 24 % 23% 24% 845 California—12% 12% SS 12%bl0 12% 785 Chollar—55 57 56 56% 1910 Halo A Morcroe*—27 % 27 % 28 27 485 Crown Point-9 % »H 9 8090 Yellow Jacket—36 274 274 284 28 6390 Imperial—120c 110c 115c 810 Kentnck—7 ISO Alpha -14% 1080 Belcher—9 3% 8% 85 ConOdence—11 % 11% 1155 Sierra Nevada—172 173 178 177 175 180 181 182 182% 183184 185 Utah—84% 83 32 33% 00 Sierra Nevada—175 180 55 Alpha—14% 20 Savage-21% 100 Con. Virginia—12% 120 Ophir 51% 51 100 Utah—33 830 Bullion—14 13% 13% 25 Oveiman— 24% 1185 Exchequer—6% 6% 6% 8% 415 Overman—25 24 % 24% *80 Jaetiee—9 8% 8% 8% 8% 200 Bucoor—1 1745 Union—185 166 167 168 170 167% 1075 Alta—12% 12% 12% 13 8*0 Union—166 167 167% 166 169 28*5 Lady Bryau-215o 210c 205c 2 2*0 Julia—7% 7% 7% 8*5 Caledonia-4 % 4% 410c 415c 450 Baltimore—3 1485 Silver Hill-285c 280c 290c 2% 50 Hale A Norcroaa-27% 80 Caledonia—415c EVENING BOIBD. 185 Raymond A Ely—54 54 54*10 810 Eureka Con.—44 43 4 45 43 3M Jackson—94 7 8 100 Leopard—75c 70c 850 Belmont—3 390c 34 390c •0 Belle—94 10 480 Hussey—30c 490 Octree* -30c 980 Manhattan—3 3<0c 34 34 1*95 Grand Prize-5 54 54 5 1190 Argonta 54 54 54 970 Navajo—110c 1100 Endowment—110c 115c 345 Independence—3 4 330c 315c 380 Silver Priae-5c 10c 850 Star—65c 60c 930 Belle Isle-10c 1150 Day—50c 150 Belle Isle- -45c 315 Hillside-5 4 4 44 300 Higbbridge— 14 180c 1G5 Paradise—24 2 433 Modoc—20c 15c t00 Delmonte—5c 310 Bodie- 19 30 194 600 Bechtel—2 190c 180c 1175 McClinton 73c 70o 430 Tioga-24 110 Summit- 190c 1175 Bulwcr—19 18 184 174 100 (toodshaw—80c 100 Paradise -24 300 Aurora—24 I) 90 Oriental-14 14 130c 140c 35 Cliainniiin—14 •» Blackhawk—14 120c 110o 50 Ida—75c 30 S. Bodie -GOe 100 Gila -43c 13)0 Booker-14 14 140c 910 Richter—14 1 1J0 Mono-14 5 480c 490 Con. Pacific —2 lt)Oo 30 Bustler—1 SliO Day-50c II) 0 Santa Mina 70c 3JO Dudley-14 14 100 Chieftain—20c 370 M. White—8 84 875 Leeds 14 2 875 Tiptop—14 300 Booker-1 4 240 (1. Chariot- 15o 100 San Xavier-130o 80 Argcnta -54 100 Oriental—14 100 Oila—45c 500 Dudley—1 4 14 40 llulwer—18 19 150 Summit—190c 330 Bechtel -160c 163o 330 Challenge—14 470 New York—l»9c 185c 1160 Sheridan -14 14 1 75c 70o 300 Senator—(file 195 L. Washington-2 4 100 Occidental—1 100 Woodvillc—60c 30 Kossuth—30c 340 Wells Fargo—50c 790 Andes—75c 70c 1165 Ward—170c 165c 160c 680 Scorpion—7 64 64 350 Leviathan— 60c 05c 335 N. Cou. Virginia—74 8 74 74 300 Sheridan—75c 550 M. Star—34 3 1130 Trojan—10c 35c ■75 Benton—64 510 Solid Silver-3 950 81. Louis—80c 1600 Atlantic—85c 90c 130 Vermont—8 74 74 330 N. Sierra Nevada— 40c 50c 350 N. Bonanza-75c 100 Fairfax-4 356 Bough and Ready—34 400 Monnt Hood—1 500 Margarita—60c 100 Senator—90o 51 Belle—10 RBKn-liU o'clock P. M. Julia—7b Crown Point—94a Ophir—504 b 51a 50 4 • Yellow Jacket—38a Union—100a Mexican—60b 61a Con. Virginia—134b Beet A Belcher-384b Gonid A Curry -16b 104a 10s Union—154e Hale A Noreroae—354b 354e Jolla—7b Bullion—134a Utah—31b Mexican—60b Sierra Nevada -170b Alta—134 b Savage—30b Ophir—504 b Exchequer—6b 64a Mexican—60b 604 s Con. Virginia—134 b Imperial—llOcb Caledonia—430ca Lady By ran- 910cb Bodie—30a Ophir—504b Union—154b Crown Point—94a Mexican—594b 60a ■•tel Arrivals. Jackson House—Mrs. R. B. Thomas, Virginia City; H. 8. Campbell, Salt Lake City; J. Barkholder, Pittsburg. Parker House—J. P. White, San Fran elsoo; A. B. Simpson. Silverado; M. Pruyn. Hamilton; J. E. Jones, Reno; J. W. Adams, Carson City. International Hotel—George Wedekind, Newark Talley; Hiss Jenny Russell, Sacra mento; C. ll. Smith, Spring Valley; D. Shot well, Jerry Coffey, Palisade; Thoe. L. Pwd. Truckee, Cal. Jsutlm'n Cssrl. The tallowing business wss transacted in the Justioe’s Court yesterday: One Chinaman was seat to jail for bitting Mother over the head. d man from Ruby Hill was lined *60 for stealing lumber. EtBEUA CONSOLIDATED. •■per I n ten tie wt Donnelly's Weekly Deport of Progress. The following it the official letter of the Enreka Consolidated for the week ending October 12th: W. W. Tbatlob—Dear Sir; The usual mining operations hare been continued through the week, with good progress made in the extension of drifts, etc., there hav ing been 19 feet run during this time. The ore bodies are all yielding handsomely, and looking tlrst-rate, with no apparent diminu tion of the ore in sight. The furnaces are running well, having yielded upward of 587 tons of bullion up to last evening, the product of 2,511 tons of ore reduced. The following comprises the amount of work done in the several levels : Fifth level—West drift continued 31 feet, and now in 528 feet, with drift in the same character of formation as has been previously reported. Started cross-cut running south, and are nowin 20 feet, with ground showing some change, there being iron stains along the drift. Seventh level—Intermediate drift con tinued 10 feet, and now in 28 feet from the main drift, no change being perceptible in the ground. Stoning is still being carried on in the ore body, and the usual amount of ore extracted. The 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th levels are yielding their full quota of ore, and iirmly timbered as the ore is stuped out. Twelfth level--West drift continued 21 feet, and now in 341 feet from the station. Southwest drift continued 88 feet, and now in 110 feet, with spots of good ore along and in the face of the drift. North cross cut No. 1 continued 40 feet, and now in 124 feet. North cross-cut No. 2 continued 25 feet, and now in 78 feet. H. Doexelly, Superintendent. ART MATTERS. Daggett let Deal la Ink. The Virginia Cturoniele relate* the fol lowing: “Miss Emma O. Smith haa on ex hibition a finely executed portrait in India ink of B. M. Daggett, who wanta to go to Congreaa. The portrait ia worked up from a email card, *o touchingly emblematic of Mr. Daggett'* political atanding in thia Community. The picture ia not at all handaome, but tbia ia not the fault of the fair artist. However, it would be better for her reputation aa a painter, if ahe would aclect more promiaing subject*. The original picture waa taken aonte years ago, when Mr. Daggett waa guileless and young, and the sweet and trusting expression through which the light of budding genius struggles (like the raya of a candle through the openings in a sculptured squash) i* still preserved. Mia* Smith gets double price for this picture if the subject ia elected to Congress; otherwise she receive* no financial reward for her pains. She haa taken a contract from Mr. Deal, the op posing candidate, on the same terms, and i* bound to make a good thing of one or the other of them. The Democratic Cen tral Committee will lithograph the picture of Mr. Deal, and use it against Mr. Dag gett in the campaign.” A Valuable “Part." A gentleman, who haa jnat came on here from the East, to engage in the grocery buaineM. was induced by one of the old time prospectors of this connty to pat np grab and toots, and take a half interest in a mine the prospector was trying to work. The merchant lias put np nobly for about two months, lmt when, last Saturday. the following order came down, he “chopped.” hired an expert, and went np to hoc about what the mine was worth. Ho found ids "pard” located very cosily in a dng-ont up a little gulch just back of the grave yard, and lie was close by a hole in the sand stone ; had some very fine specimens of ore upon liis dump, and was prepared to make himself solid with his cash partner—pro vided lie came alone, lmt tie: presence of the expert knock*d his calculation too bigli; there were high words, adissotution, and now the old anion is prospecting for grub in another quarter. The following is the order : The Cixtha mix*, Oct the Onr mine is lukin well send me a sorter of a winters supply sav 50 pounds of good chawing t rbaccer and sunt flower you might as well make it sclfrisin afore you send it also a keg or a barrel of liker for cocktales afore breakfast fur the men. i sliant noed much elm- afore spring if you nut in a plenty of shugar, and T and cof fee. and bakou, and a plenty of aud-so fnrths, such as is good fur the hind A will keep off scurvy. Von Pabd. -- A Disastrous Runaway. We are informed that a couple of young men, ranchers from the valley northwest of Eureka, drove into town Monday morn ing with an old wagon, to which were at tached a span of half-broken broncho*. They got held of qnito a load of groceries and gin. and pulled out, homeward bound, at a good running pace. The team, with remnants of harness on them, reached home yesterday morning, but out of the whole business uo three things were fonnd together except the two men who were lying stretched out on the plain, with a live-gallon keg of whisky betwecu them. As described to us, it was the most com plete wreck on record: Coffee, sorghum, beans, flour, dried apples, etc., were strewn for miles along tbe road. The going home of tlie loose horses started the people out in search, with the result stated. Th ■ men are not injured and don't know of anything wrong—only that their “coppers are hot-” Arrival of Candidates. Lieutenant Qovernnr Jewett W. Adams, Democratic candidate for re-election, and Mr, Joecpli E. Jones, Democratic candi date for State Treasurer, arrived last even ing from Belmont and Tybo. They have boen on the political warpath for some time, and report the prospects of the Dem ocracy everywhere encouraging. They will remain on the Base Range several days. Neither of the gentlemen do any thing in the way o< public speaking, being oonteni to prosecute a aort of still hunt. Both are good men, and both deserve to be elected. A Wedding. There wu a wedding last evening at the residence of ex-County Treasurer W. A. Montgomery, on Spring street. The parties, whose names are given in the proper de partment of this paper, hail from Ruby Valley, the groom being a prosperous granger of that section. They are not runaways, but came hero merely as a mat ter of convenience. Eureka being about as near to their place of abode as Elko. The Sranm tenders them the freedom of the Base Bange, and wishes them a long life of wedded bliss. Tnn Fanny. At a wedding party over in Buby Valley a few days ago, the guests got unusual frisky, and as one was whirling around with a bottle of champagne, backed up against the pit of hia stomach (something after the style of the notorious pack-mule with the loaded cannon on his back), the cork got loose snd flew into the face of a young lady present, and knocked out one of her eyes. This exploit cooled the blood of the participants considerably. A New Company. The Maryland Tunnel and Mining Com pany was incorporated yesterday, to work in the Eureka Mining District. They start off with a capital of $10,000,000—100,000 aharea at $100 per share. The Trustees are J. D. Wost, Orvls Ball, J. H. Ball. C. B. De La Matyr and J. H. De La Matyr. It I is the powerful companies which are able to prospect successfully, and we wish them good lucif. AIVTM CTl»ar»»»MC«. Another Intern*ting Letter frtn “LuAer Democrat.” .Austin, October 18, 1878. Editob Sentinel : List Sunday the gentleman pat in nomination by the Re publicans for the office of County Com missioner, long term, celebrated the honor put upon hit shoulders by getting drunk, and quarreling with every man he met who did not agree with his political views. During bit celebration, he tumbled into a saloon where several natives of Albion were seated, quietly taking their beer, and wind ing up by hitting one of them. TheCornish man who was hit, jumped the candidate for County Commissioner, and gave him such a hefty beating that he has not done any electioneering since. The Cornishman was immediately arrested, when Charley Lund and Colfax frantically sought oil* the Marshal, and bailed the Cornishman out for licking tlie man that they hud put up to be knocked down on the 5th of November. The Cornishman had his trial on Monday and was acquitted, and in the case the carpet-bag railroad Republican candidate for the officeof District Attorney got his work in by fiercely defending the Cornishman, and not charging him a cent, the railroad attorney not caring for a little money, as he is the employee of a heavy corporation. XAKIXO VOTEBS. There has been a big increase in the vot ing population of Lander county. Judge McKenney has been bolding Court during the week to naturalize foreignera, and the Naturalization Committee run in the na tives of England as fast as the Judge could attend to them. They had a fund from Virginia to pay for making the citizens, and the adopted ones did not care, because it was a free thing. There were about 59 made, and Tommy Triplet Colfax says 49 of them were Republicans^ I heard a man ask him why they were all Republicans, and be said because they were Cornisbmen, and bated the Irishmen, and the Irishmen were all Democrats; the Cornishmen were all Republicans so as to be on the other side. THE CANDIDATE POE BECOBDEB. Some of the miners say that Charley Lund, Republican candidate for Recorder, always runs around to take men out of jail, even when he is not a candidate; but I do not think he geta very tired of it only about election times. THE DISTBICT PUDGE TBAVELINQ. When Judge McKenney had fixed all the new citizens that were ready to get their papers, be went to Belmont to do the same kind of business there, but is coming back soon to take in the stragglers in Lander county. Tommy Smiler says the Repub licans have got an even one hundred more Cornish Republicans to make citizens. THE CHINESE. There was an anti-Chinese Club here once, but nobody ssts much about the Chinese question now, uid the Republicans say that it is played out. The workingmen do not think it is played oat, and several of them say that they are going to vote against McKinney because he keeps Chinese help in his house. McKenney is very poor. The county pays him $5,500 a year, and lie stretches his small wages out by letting ■lianties in Chinatown to Chinese window tappers, but lie says he spends all Ilia money in keeping a hotel for the voters from Stillwater and the Humboldt. His oflice docs not give him much work to do, and he ssvs that if he is elected again he is going to open some kind of a store, so that lie can make a living, together with what the county pays him for being Judge and his rents from the Chins houses. THE WEAK BROTHERS. General Williamson is a candidate for the office of School Superintendent. They use him for a kind of hitching post; also, as a sort of poor man's plaster to the spine of Republicanism in Lander county. He ean be seen at the big corral early in the day aud late in the night, and when a weak supporter of the Bonanza racket enters, lie nails him by the arm and waltzes him to a seat in the rear of the hall, and proceed* to fill him until his watchful eye catches the shadow of another faint-heart nearing the door, when he quickly caroms on the bar with No. I, where Colfax re* ceives him with a true lover’s smile, and a fluid persuasion that never fails to go straight to the right spot of the latter-day Republican. The General by this time has No. 2 fastened to a seat, and under a heavy current of campaign wind, rapidly shapes him fur the 5th of November. The Gen oral thinks the boys ought to vote for him because he has had twenty-one years ex perience in the business, and ssvs that he came to the West with Judge JicKeuney, Dave Broderick aud Tom Wren, all of them settling down atColoma, El Dorado county, California, and immediately went to hold ing offices, the Judge quickly showing his adsptability to the office of Chinese Tax Collector, GOVERNOR BRADLEY. There doea not anybody here say much about Governor Bradley, because they know he hms got a aure thing, and all the talk is about county officers. Some people are careless how they talk, and a Repub lican chief was beard telling another Re publican chief, up in a corner in Triplet A Clark’s whisky wigwam, that it did not make much difference about Bradley be cause he was bound to be Governor, but the liest thing was to elect the Legislature, and then they could pass anything they liked over Governor Bradley’s head, and the old chief could not help himself. WHO IS “LANDER DEMOCRAT?” Tommy T. Colfax says that “ Lander Democrat'' told the truth about saying that if McKinney, and Billy Clark and Charley Lnnd were not electod, he would give up that Triplet A Clark’s saloon did not have any influence, bat he said lie would like to know who “ Lander Demo crat ” was, because he wanted to bet him all the money in the safe that Billy Clark will be elected to the Legislature. Billy Clark ie learning to “unile" just like Tommy, and every voter that comes in ths wigwam he asks to take a drink. When Billy reoeived the nomination lie made a short speech, in which he eaiu, that if elected, he would go to Carson and stay there until the adjournment of the Legislature. Yours, Lander Democrat. A “Pick-up.” A Californian by the name of Charles P. Thomas, who haa been eliding around Ari son* for a year or more, under adverse circumstances, worked his way np among the Mormons last summer, and atruck an outat that waa coming throngh to Eureka, witli Utah produce, juat in time to work his passage. As the wagons were moving up a hill a few milea aontheast of Smith Station, Thomas, who was walking, stepped into s alight excavation and eommeneedto sink, the dry dust puffing out of several little holes about. Thomas jumped out and armei himself with a stick of wood, fur the purpose of exterminating snakes, prairie dogs, etc., but while going around, rsn his poker sgainst an old oyster ean. and therein was discovered upwards of $90 in coin. Some White Pine stampeder must have forgotten something in hie desire to “learn dis damned Dutchmansaomedings." Thomas says it cornea “mighty handy” to a man journeying from here to the Bay. At Wlnueauwcew. Says the “Silver State” of Monday: “Governor Bradley, W. E. P. Deal and General Kittrell arrived here from Para dise Valley yeaterdsy. They met with a ronaing reception from the farmers and miners, and had a large and enthnaiastio meeting in the village Saturday evening,” rl.LE-DIMT. Don’t forget the Miners' Union bell this evening. The enow and slushy weather has proved a dampner on business. There are a pair of "specs” and a case awaiting ownership at the Parker House. There were only 1,447 registered voters in Eureka, up to 8 eclock last evening. The mill at Mineral Hill is about to abut down, having nearly finished its run. The "Up in a balloon, boys,” have met with the usual number of accidents this fall. Fiske is renovating bis oven for winter use. The demands upon his restaurant trade prompted this move. The snow still lingers about town, and old Prospect mountain will bo white for several days. J. C. Moore, of Bridgeport, Me., is re ported to have recently walked 100 miles in 10 hours and 40 minutes, actual walking time. ' The receipts of a week -35 cents—were stolen from the till of an up-town saloon last evening. Griff Griffith says he will know, before many days, to what extent the Wales ground—which joins the Price A Davis— will be prospected. Letters addressed to Wm. E. May, Vir ginia City, Kane oounty, Utah, and G. Wenoy Jones, Free street, Brecon, South Wales, are held for postage at the post office here. The furnace men, or those employed on the grounds at the Richmond, were off yesterday on account of the snow. They commence work this morning. Fournier, the eminent botanist, finds in Mexico 628 varieties of grasses, 376 of which occur in no other land. Of the rest 82 are found in this country. The people of Eureka have only until Saturday evening next in which to fix themselves to vote. To register they must, and the end drawetb nigb. This bad weather will have a tendency to hurry up the small miners, and remind them that their ore must be at some mill or furnace before the inclement season sets in. Game is reported wonderfully plentiful from the plains on the eastern side of the Rockies to the Sierras. The reason of this is that the past two or Ares winters have been unusually mild. The Mormons who have, within a year or two, been trying to cultivate and sett’e a tract of country in Arizona are reported to be starving. The Lord cinched their crops. All the miners at the Albion have laid off, on account of bad air. The pipes are all laid in the mine, and the blower is now ex pected daily. It will be placed immediately on its arrival, and drifting will be resumed. To those who have "papers," we are re quested to say, that it is mnch more con venient to all parties if they will bring ’em along when they come to register. Some hare been on hand two or three times, but forgot their documents each and every time. Among our advertisements this morning, will be seen a proclamation by the Governor relative to fraudulent transactions at the coming election. The State proposes to spend money to keep the ballot-boxes iutact. The Miners’ IT■ Inn Ball. To-night is set for the grand event of the season in the way of dancing—the Miners' Union ball. Bad weather has never pro duced a damaging 'effect to these anniver sary gatherings of the Miners’ Union on the Hill, and we predict that the present disagreeable condition of the atmosphere and roods will be no barrier to the at tendance and enjoyment of the occasion. The miners, with their ladies, will be there in force, and the candidates for office, and business men generally, will not mind spending s little money to aid the boys, and at the same time, make a better ac quaintance with those who do much to support the trade of Eureka. The hall U roomy, and, in the way of edibles, good music and proper managemem, there is not s doubt of all being satisfactory to those who attend. Hunter will be on hand with his hack, and we snppose a host of others will stand ready to convey those wishing to attend, to and from the Hill at all hours. Harming of the Isld, Bryan Works. The Lady Bryan hoisting works were destroyed on Sunday last. The origin of tlio Are, says the Stage, seems to be un known, save that it was first discovered near the boilers. The men In the works immediately fled, including the cowardly engineer, leaving thirteen meu in the mine to their fate. The first intimation given the miners of the fire, was by the falling of the cage to the bottom of the shaft, which carried in its descent burning fire-brands. They managed to climb np the shaft a dis tance of 280 feet, to the connection with the old works, and made their escape. The loss is said to be $200,000, and fully in sured. The shaft is not much injured. Tlio works will be rebuilt immediately. Orinsby County Democrats. It appears that the Democrats of Ormsby county have concluded to place no local ticket in the field. The “Tribune” of the 14th gives the following regarding the action of that party: “The Democratic County Convention convened this morn ing as per adjournment, and organized by the selection of James Hunt as Chairman and O. A. F Oilbert Secretary. The State ticket and platform were endorsed, and, after the election of a County Cen tral Committee, the Convention adjourned sine die. Following is the Central Com mittee selected: Warren Wasson, James Duffy, Sr., James Hunt O. A. F. Oilbert, A. Leport, Samuel Longabaugh and M. Hogan. The Democrats will now coalesce with the dissatisfied Republicans and nom inate a county ticket, irrespective of party affiliations. A “Bugs" Wanted. A newly married couple were in from Huntington, yesterday, purchmsioga house keeping outfit, and when they struck Look wood for something nice, to warm np veg eatblea and cook eggs on, the bride turned up her nose at the array of stove* there presented and asked Mr. Lockwood to show her some of his “base ranges.” A Cheeky Jumper. An enterprising peanut peddler had a eanvaa roof over the temporary constructed speakers’ stand on Main street, last night, and was moving in hia goods for a “grand opening’’ to-day, when one of oar officious officers informed.the Jumper that he must not locate so far out into the streets of Eu reka. BpleadM Invest meet. Dr. Zeile of San Francisco, says the Ooid Hill JFcies, bought 20,000 shares of Enreka Consolidated three years ago, and has since received $780,000 of it back in dividends. At present ruling rates he la fully $600,000 ahead on his investment. The Fire This Meralag. Th3 alarm of Are about 1 o’clock this morning was caused by the banting of a bed in the California lodging-hoaae. The damage wea but slight. Facetted Fer Mesa ogee. There is a message at the Telegraph office for Mrs. M. Meagan and Wells Warner. ___________ Oyster Depet. Fresh Shell and Booth’s canned oysters, re ceived daily by express, at Ennis' little store around the corner, and Spring Chickens, the best that aver struck the town; also. Just ar rived, California Quail,the Anaat of the season. Arrivals ud iifH»rf it m nun aid ialhadi unwu. BWrttaM TnltHW. F Germita 1 H Csllison t Smith T Call Ison ■ D Griffith Mies Minnie Warren A W Smith Mrs J A Steven* C D Stuart Bar C B Crawford M Boberti Wm Tredlnlck J B Edward! W J Tredlnlck J B Rector Mr Tredlnlck Mr* C C Livingston Mr Pearaon Wm Tongton Mr Sherwood Arrivals Last light. J Burkholder J Csffey Wm Pope Miss Jennie Bussell J Rouwseatr Mrs R B Thomas A 1 cu T 8 Ford Bj Aba Tyke Slags Una. aanvAAs. J E Jones Gov Jewett W Adams —i— . i ill .. -Sa Walla, Fargo A (Vs Latter Lint. The following letters were reseived St Wells, Fargo It Go’s Office last evening, and not do ivered: Mrs Walter Brooks Charles Deb man notice. II yon have a fine or complicated watch or clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate and Intricate piece of mechanism needing repairs, go to EDW. WILHELM. Chronometer, watch and clockmtker, at the Gunsmith Shop, weet side of Main street. All work warranted to give perfect satisfac tion or positively no charge. ol IHHirUUinBILL —OF THE— RUBY HILL MIRERS URIOR, TO >■ GIVEN THEIR HAIiE, On Wednesday Kren’g.Oct.lfi, 1878. Committee of ImwltaUomt tun mx. J W Lambert Georgs Reecke A N Randolph Niei Werry Dr Lukina Beth Longabaugh Jaa Kyle H H Conklin Wm Stinson P Rossiter F W Allen J Bice D J J MscLsughlin Fred Silts T Trainer J Stinson J Lae FJMette Jndge Bigelow BICHMOMD SIDS. John Gillespie Sam'l Longlsy Judge Dodla Jos Potts Wm Davis J Williams Tbos Marks J E Parker BCHSKA. Gen P E Connor Tbos Wren H Donnelly Hank Knight O Dnnkel M J Franklin Jas McMartiB M Kyle Thus Haley B C Levy W Welch C L Broy Judge Cromer R M Beatty Wm Wermoth Thoe Robinson R Sadler 8 Cooper Geo W Baker M B Bartlett Judge Harmon Judge Bally Geo W Merrill W H Davenport J W Smith Geo W Cassidy C L Canfield Chas Knight Clay Simms Lather Clark W P Haskell Thos Douglas Lambert Molnelll 8 Goldstone O L Scott B J Turner A W Campbell A Berwln Jas Stas C Lsutenschlager Max Muller J E Plater A C Bishop Dr Thoms H T Hosdley W W Bishop Wm Pardy A1 Suetsinger Cspt Colgan F O Gorman Geo Hayes A Jackson A J Parker A M Hillhouae Jaa Singleton E R Dodge F O Swensson Chas Buttlar Wm Arrington J Straus H B jicKee M G Cavanaugh J D Farmer P Steler J T Baker J C Lockwood A McKay WHShaw Committee or Arrangementst Jas Ashley CH Cady Frank Fitzpatrick Floor Manager*: John Curran Chas Canfield Geo Dill A I Atkins Floor Director: Jas Ashley Frank RiegelhutVs band will fnrnlah the music for the occasion* A cordial invitation is extended to all. Tickets. .$3 00 RSaeli. o2-td A BENEFIT BALL! RICHMOND HOSE CO., N03, Will be given St the OPERA HOUSE, On Thursday Evening, Oct. 31,1878. Invitation Committees Jake Wadish A lex High A W Atchison Win Powell M Dowling Mart Marren Jas Allen G K MrOullock J H Alderson Frank Morse Geo Clark Thos Wethered A Farley D Falcone# Frank Erdly J H Sullivan R Glass ford R McCharletf Fred Welcome T M Couch John O Jones Evan Jones W Allen F C Fisk Gen P E Connor Hank Donnelly Thos Wren Hank Knight Matt Kyle Jas Singleton Judge Cromer Sam Goldstone Thos Haley Geo Hayes Geo W Cassidy J C Lockwood G W Baker Wm Arrington A C Bishop L Molinelli Wm Wermuth Jas McMsrtin B C Levy Thos Robinson M B Bartlett B J Turner Tommy Douglas Wm Mu lick C Lautenscklager J E Plater W W Bishop F 0 Gorman A Jackson A M Hillhouse E B Dodge Sam Cooper Bob! M Beatty W H Shaw A McKay O L Scott W P Haskell Clay Sirnma C L Canfield J L Smith Geo W Merrill Judge Harmon R Sadler 0 Dunkel M J Franklin C L Broy W H Davenport Chaa Knight i Luther Clark Dr Thoms BUBT HIIX—RICHMOND SIDI. John Gillespie Judge Doolin Wm Davis Thos Marks 8 L Longley Joa Potts J Williams J 0 Parker BUSY HU. PBOPEB. J W Lambert Seth Longabaugh A N Randolph Jas Kyle F W Alien L W Pearson Beeeptlaa Committees Wm Gillen X Ferrell O McDermott J K Colerlck Geo W Lainoureux J C Colgan Floor ■•Mgerts John Stuart ' John Allen A W Campbell H Briaacher W A Durley Pete Anderson Floor Director: W. O. Mills. Committee of ArraagemcBta s John Allen ▲ W Campbell H Briaacher John Stuart O McDermott Tickets, Tkree Dollars Each. ^ olt-td DEPOT HOTEL, Palisade, Nevada. MRS.*. BACH, : : PROPRIETRESS This hotel is hew and fibot-clam. and Blla * want long fell In Pallaada. Kra. X. Baum'a well-known reputation aa a land lady will be a sufficient guarantee that the De pot Hotel will plaaae and aatlafy. She will give her eapeclal attention to the comfort of the traveling public. JylO-tf ANOTHER NEW DEPARTURE! Augmentation! Enlargement! Spreading Out I Expansion! BIG I BIGGER t BART ASH IM, OF TBS Miners’ and Mechanics’ TRADE DEPOT, Has the pleasure to announce to his personal friends and patrons in general, another New Departure—The enlarge ment of The Miners’ and Mechanics’ Trade Depot, for the accommodation of his im* mense new stock, arriving daily and to arrive. Thanking friends for past patronge, we guarantee that not by favor, but by merit alone, will we maintain and increase our unrivalled reputation. We invite an early and repeated visit of inspection. Our Stock will be Beclenisked every few Days, and to each and all we OFFER SORB ESPECIAL! LINES Folly It to 3t per cent, leu then entreat prices In San Francisco. BART ASHIM, or tn MINERS’AND MECHANICS’TRADE DEPOT Not 4» Mala St., Eureka, No*. Wow York ORwt Not HI Brood, wop. NEW DRY GOODS STORE! MCLAREN l MCDONALD BEG TO INFORM THE RESIDENTS OF Eureka and vicinity that they have re* ceived, and will have ready for Inspection oh and after the let of May, A LASSE STAf'K OF STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS! Personally selected from the beat hotnaa In San Frenntaeh, Conalittng of a full Mna of DOMESTIC GOODS! DRESS GOODS, Cashmere, Drap D ta. Da Beiga, Etc. Etc.. READY-MADE SUITS! UNDERWEAR f Ladies’ Fashionable Cloaks! BMIEET IE REEAT VAKIKTY. LINOJflBIB, In all the Latest Styles. Fancy Waves and Lam Mt*8a, PARASOLS AND nilintll.il EVERYTHING IN THE FANCY GOODS LINE 1 w Ooods marked ta plain Agues. Term CASH, and *a Man* Fries. MrLABEH AEeBSNALB. Main Street, opposite Walls, Fargo A Co’s. POUND! A POCKET-BOOK CONTAINING VARIOUf papers and lettara, addressed to Christo pher A. Lee. The owner can hsvi the hook bg proving property and paying for this advert!a* Eureka, September 13,18T8. seJJ-tf CLOTHMO. BAjRxa'Ajasrs. bargains t NO HUMBUG, The White House The Bert Aerated and the Moat Complete Stock of Fall and Winter oiJoi,ia:2dfcaft3h Furnishing Cooodd BOOTS and SHOES* hAts AID GAPS, Etc,, THE WHITE HOUSE t NeWAft Stjrlee, Dnnblfl " Rftmihlfi' ttyitrlenda and tha public « miieM^ Invited to call and aatiafy ti laaealvea aa if pbioeS dim quality! -A.. BER WIN, Frapeaoeww. Eureka, May., Octobar 1, lm. IMMENSE BARGAINS -AT— D. NATHAN’S Worki nff men’s CLOTHING STORE I Ww. • lath AL, Barekai Fine Clothing of all Description! Grata', Youina’aad. Boy e*oadarvrear tad far* niahing goooda. Halt, Trunie, taUaaa. AoCta and (Mae, fa# cheaper than any other Houae In tha Stain e# Nevada. *®"WW CASH KfflVH UAT'Wi IAM* Cm; aagit-tf --r» CIGARS ANBjeBAMflS. s. Phillips, ■aria Ureal,' OppeatWC; F. fcaw# Has just received an extebsifb aaaortment of the beat hrande of Imported and Dnmestio Cigars/ ntown vanurtna a# TOBACOOS, Which be o«m at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, At prleee lover than San Franetaeo. Can and examine my geode before parch eelng aha where. Enteka, Oct. n, 1FW. *" —— ■■ ■ - .—I O. ii——■' ■ABE CHABCB M #KHCEAU REAL Hi PMML F80PEHT, MM w Amut <f iu MmIOu The property wiix Ma adui ni lots, as follow*: Pint—The House and lot ontiual rtrut, next door to Blmlow’t Hall) whlci has a tfom£ age of 21 feet. On this lot Is the Bakery Establishment re52r3a«Ki»ri2 .ll, Ilnnli!^ honaes and good aawesng*. THE BAKERY hasing haen established for eight year*, sad la SSaSssnJWw dery, which I* wall adapted for any hind a* Third—A Honaa add Lot an Bahy Hill. Tha house u nearly new, and la now oampdad aa d Per t^0.^xiAPlS%lI>»I,I*Olt*TElt. At the Enreka Bakery, at the ootuar ef Mel a*4 Eureka. Oetohar U. MTt. SlVla THE “WHAT CHEER” CHOP 8 T A N 0« _ TTtBAKCXS JEFFERY OlVEE PCKJC MO. r W e that ha ta the sola praprtetea ed tha -What Cheat" ChopEland. In JnaMawdaa'C loonuaLd haa haan alnca tha 12th Instant Eureka, Oct. 11, 1ST*. olWt