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BATUBDAY, : : : DECEMBER 7, 1879 THE COl'.XTT HWrtTAI. The Sestinel hope* that the County Commissioners will carry out the recom mendation of the late Grand Jury with reference to the County Hospital. Cold weathek ia flowing on, and the building should tic lnkde comfortable. New furniture and bedding are sadly needed. the county is abundantly kble to bestow upon its indigent sick all proper care and attention, and it should not fail to do It. It often happens that good men are compelled, through poverty, to go the hospital for treatment. We have maintained a hog-pen qnite long enough. Let us treat the unfortunates, within our gates, as though they were human beings. THE WUIH TAX PENALTY. Shortly after tho adjournment of the last Legislature of Nevada, the Bonanza Companies of Storey county paid the delin quent taxes on tho bullion product of their mines, which amounted to nearly $300,000. The penalty of ton per cent, and costa of suit, which according to law is added to delinquent taxes, was not collected, the Stato Udicers agreeing to leave the ques tion of enforcing its collection to the next Legislature. This penalty is said to amount to over $100,000, and as the min ing companies are amply able to pay it, it remains with the Legislature to say wheth er or not it shall bo collected. Tho plat forms of both parties are emphatically op posed to the repeal or the modification of the bullion tax, am) tho members elect of the Legislature are pledged to that effect. Without modifying the law, tho penalty must bo collected ; yet the opiniou that it will not be is quite general. It Is almost as certain as the meeting of the Legisla ture that a tiiM wfU bs introduced for the relief of the Bonanzas, and many well-in formed persona express the opinion that it will pass the Legislature, pledges and plat forms to the contrary notwithstanding. The foTegolng is from the Silver State. That journal falls into several errors. In the first plaeC, the present bullion-tax law need not be touched in relieving tho Bo nanzas of the penalties due the State. The proposition will come in tho shape of a relief bill, having no reference what ever to the bullion-tax statute as it stands on tha books. The measure will •imply aim to legalize the settlement made by the State officials. These officers said in terma by their settlement that they were willing that these penalties should be canceled and thrown off, provided the con sent of the next Legislature could be se cured, No Convention alluded to the ques tion, and the Sevtinkt. was the only jour nal in the State during the canvass to call attention to it. It was the only live bullion tax issue before the people. Both political parties went crazy and raved about the bullion business, but neitlier touched the true issue—that of the penalties. The Democratic party especially held that thero should be no concessions to anybody on tlio bullion question, and then went deliberately to work and nominated for re-election the identical men who had done all they conld to cancel the penalties due from the bonan ass. There was neither sense nor consist ency in any of this business. The State had won the ease in the Supreme Court of the Dfiited States, and the collection of the penalties conld have been enforced quite as easily ss tiie collection of tho principal. Tho judgment of the highest tribunal in the land was tor the whole amount. There was asms excuse for the Legislature of two years eg*,' with three years of litigation staring the Stats in the face, to offer to compromise on the basis of the cancelation of these penalties, but none whatever for the State offioials after the case had been won in the court of last resort. It is pertinent hero to explain how those accumulated penalties became so enor mous. It is quite likely that, aa a rule, the people do not understand the subject. The writer of this article, six years tgo, assisted in perfecting the law bearing upon the question. The penalty for non payment of taxes, by the ordinary taxpay er, is ten per oent.; that is to ssy, that if |» allows Ms taxes to become delinquent, tan per cent, is added. The Central Pacifio Railroad had been giving the several coun ties, through which it passes, s great deal of trouble shoot its taxes. A few of us concluded that if the wealthy corporations were going to insist upon litigating their taxes, year attar year, they should pay for the privilege. Hence a law was framed and passed, wMch provides, in substance, that all taxpayers, whose taxes aggregate MOO or mors, having recourse to the Courts, shall have an additional penalty of 90 per cent, imposed upon them, making a total of 00 per cent. It was under this law that the bullion tax penal ties accumulated. The Bonanza firm went to the Court* to teat the constitutionality of the bullicn-tax law. Pending the hearing of the caae tlieir taxes fall delinquent, quarter after quarter, the bullion tax being collectable overy three months. There were no suits, how ever, except tor the first quarter. The State has an undoubted legal claim against the penalties involved in the partienlsr quarter litigated. About the rest there may be some question, as the payment for subsequent quarters was merely held iu abeyance pending the decision of tho eourt. The 30 per cfent. delinquency, however, was taxed up right along, until the penalties reached something like $100, 000. The mining companies were finally beaten, when, under the compromise with the Slate offioers and the loeel authorities of Storey county, above mentioned, they paid nil of their back taxes, including posts, less the 80 per cent, doe in the shape pf penalties aecruod In the manner we have suplelned. This Is the whole ease, and this the matter which is to claim the attention of the incoming legislature. ■ -—• ♦ • ■ Thx Haw York paper* were sold In an nouncing the death of James Sutherland, othersriae known as “ Senator Bob Hart," tbs minstrel. He tame up to thank them for the Undnesa of their obituary ooMees, and to inform them that his "positively last appearance” remains to b* announced, Tm Oil City D*rrick says: Mr, Tildeu will doubtless publish a card protesting by all the gods at once that he did not snatch Stewart's body. But what does a more dc. pial amount to f _ Pxoput who fancy that Senator Thur man has been shelved, the Hew York Xjc prmt suggests, bed better look at the situ ation through their eyes instead of their prejudices. Tux Bene JtSraiay Htcord bat been re <t**d. The tanmi hopes Mr. Hoole .^^•-^ofhkeutorprbs,. FACE TO FACE. Basal* is watching the British advance into Afghanistan with a great deal of inter est. Bha finds it impossible to keep her feelings secret. General Kaufman is re ported as saying that tbe interests of Bus sis in Turkestan would be threatened by the permanent possession of the Khybcr passes by the British troops. And the semi-official press intimates that Russia will actively support tho Ameer if tbe British troops occupy points in Afghan istan from which tbe Russian power in Asia could be threatened. Tbe unexpected may again happen. It seemed a few months ago a kind of midsummer mad ness to assert that Rnssia and England cnnld come into armed conflict in Asia for years to oome. And here we find them al most face to face. Ostensibly, England is fighting the Ameer. Perhaps the English press has not been far out of the way in as serting that the real enemy was Rnssia, who was trying to strike British dominion in Asia over the shoulders of the Ameer. —" • • • -- Mns. Bowf.bs, the Washoe Bceress, has recently been interviewed by a reporter of the Gold Hill Xetn. The old lady claims that there is a large body of ore to bo fonnd in tho Savage and Hale A Nor cross mines, and another is left at the North End, and that Bier,'* Nevada will go up to $700 before 1880. Should her prophe cies prove true, sho will merely have guessed on the right side; tliat and nothing more. “It is a significant fact that there is not a single negro elected to the next Con gress,” says tho New York Graphic, ssdly. “although there are undeniable Repub lican majorities in several of the Southern States.” Well, replies the Washington Post, there are also Republican majorities in Vermont and Rhode Island, aren’t there ? And if the Graphic can’t he happy without a negro or two in Congress, why doesn’t it have some elected from tlieso two States? We pause. EASTERN NEWS. NIGHT DISPATCHES. 1 SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. J Jobs anil Extravagance*. New York, December C. The Sun says, editorially: The session is only four days old, but already jobs and extravagances begin to put in an appear ance. Yesterday, for instance, Mitchell in troduced bills appropriating $280,000 for the further improvement of three Oregon rivers. Mitchell is a stirring, practical man, who believes in taking time by the forelock. Later on we shall hear from his slower associates, who came to Washing ton with like prospects for depleting the treasury. It seems to lie labor wasted to remonstrate against the substitution of log-rolling for well-considered, economical legislation. Mo Cordiality ol Feeling. New York, December 6. The "Tribune's” Washington corre spondent says the feeling of hostility to ward the President, which the Republican Senators and Representatives took no pains to concoal a year ago, has given place to a very general sentiment of in difference. There is less disposition to at tack the President openly, but there is no evidence of any cordiality of feeling. The Merchant* Complaluluc. New Yodk, Decemlier 0. Merchants complain that the Mexican trade is suffering greatly from a wholesale smuggling of our goods across tho border. They claim that the Mexican customs of ficers openly assist the frand, which is car ried on so extensively that the regular ex porters from eastern porta and the western rivers find it impossible to compete, and are gradually reducing their ventures. Gerham Make* a Flying Visit Home. New York, Decembers. The Sun’s Washington correspondent says: Tiie Republicans are turniug heaven and earth to capture the organization of tho next Honse. If they can elect three Republicans in California they can tie the Democrats, and with the help of the doubt ful Greenbackers, elect their Speaker. Gorham, under the pretense of making a flying visit home, was sent to California to set np the pins for the little gsme. FOREIGN NEWS. | SPECIAL TO THE ECBEKA DAILY SENTINEL. | An Arrangement With Russia. THE NEW GRAND VIZIER. Dlseassisg the Uneea'a Speech. LORD BEACON SFIELD’S SPEECH. Edinbgbo, December 6. The Scotsman’s London correspondent ss.vs: In influential quarters it is believed that an arrangement with Russia for a set tlement of the Central Asia question is on the tapis, and it is likely to assnme the form of s portion of Afghanistan. London, December o. Before tlie passage of the address in tlie House of Commons, Mr. McCarthy com plained of the absence in the royal speech of any promise to redress Irish grievances. Messrs. Power and Snllivcu, Irish mem bers, protested against the Afghan war, and the Home Secretary promised that when the list of measures for the session were produced, it would be found that Ire land had not been forgotten. Vienna, December fl. The ministerial crisis st Constantinople has produced a very unfavorable impression here. Kbeeiridden Pasha, the new Grand Vizier, is one of Austria’s bitterest adver saries. He urged iorcible resistance to the Austrian occupation of any Turkish terri tory. He is regarded here as an unscru pulous schemer, capable of hastening Turkey to her ruin. The change of min istry is believed to be mainly attributable to ltuaeian intrigues. London, December 6. In the House of Lords, an address, in reply to the Boyal speech, was moved, and debate began. Earl Granville complained of several omissions in the Queen's speech, particularly the absence of any mention of the war in South Africa, which was viewed with great anxiety bv those best acquainted with the colony. He said be did not In tend to move any amendment to the ad dress concerning Central Asia. It could make no difference to Parliament whethei It met now or next February, aa far aa any influence it could exorcise on the war, which has been commenced. Nobody doubted (bo absolute prerogative of the Crown to make war or peace, bat it is per fectly eertaln that the continual recur rence of each surprise* will seriously weaken the foundation of thaHwerogative. He repeated his accusations that Lord Cran brook’s dispatch misrepresented the conduct of the Gladstone Government, and Lord Lytton's communications to the Ameer of Afghanistan were harsh and inJisereet. He concludes ee fol low* : However unnecessary war may have beeo, however much we may be convinced that yon have oompletely played into lit* bauds of oar groat rival, we urge tills House to co-operate in the strongest manner with the Honse of Com mons to make the moat ample provision for oar gallant troops. We trust the Govern ment hat not made fallacious estimates, underrating expenditures, as in the Abys bUh war. Lord Cranbrook, Secretary of State for India, declared that he accepted the entire responsibility for liis dispatch, and wonld not withdraw a single sentence. He made a detailed statement in justification, and particularly pointed oat that Lord Gran ville, in 1873, declined to intimate to Russia that any sggression on Afghanistan would meet with British resistance. Earl Grey moved au amendment to the address, expressing a regret that Parlia ment was not summoned as soon as pos sible after the war became probable. The Duke of Somerset cordially sup ported the prosecution of the wsr. The Marquis of Salisbury, Secretary of State for the Foreign Department, repelled the personal charge that he had deceived Parliament, by denying that there bad been any change of policy towards Afghan istan. He said it was bronght forward by Lord Granville to distract the conutry's attention from the fact that his most attached political friends were siding with the enemies of their country. Lord Beaconsfield then addressed the House. He criticized the attitude of the opposition in raising personal questions, and challenged it to attack directly the justice and policy of the war. Ho stated that the inspection of Cyprus, by his col leagues, showed that that Island surpassed all the Government's expectations, and would soon be recognized as one of the most influential positions in the British domains. He expressed the opinion that the results of tlio victory of General Roberts, in Afghanistan, would lie speedy and satisfactory. He believed the worst or the commercial depression was over, and expected that within a year the posi tion of tilings would be very different. He added, in reference to the business pros pects. the recent words of the President of the United States, coming from such a quarter, on such a subject, cannot be treated with too much consideration. En terprise in America reacts on that of Eng land. I look forward with nincli confidence to the influence of American industry and enterprise, as shortly producing more fa vorable results than we con now estimate. In conclusion, he said the Government was prepared to meet Parliament's deci sion, however it might affect the Ministry, individually; but lie hoped tho House would decide to maintain the Empire, and not sanction a policy which mistakes tim idity (or wisdom. The amendment moved by Earl Grey was rejected, and the address adopted with out division. PACIFIC COAST. [SPECIAL ro THE El'SEKA DAIL* SENTINEL.) camfoiixu. The True Inwardness. THE RELATIONS BETWEEN SKAE ANO THE BONANZAS. The Ronanaan Swing Him Through. Ban Francisco, December 6. The Port, in its stock article to-day, publishes the following: We have at last been able to oktaiu a true statement of tlie relations which exist between Skae and the Bonanza lirm. It was at tl.e earnest solici tation of the former gentleman that Messrs. Mackay and Flood consented to lend their influence, and give the result of their ex perience and resources in developing the property. Mr. Skae attributes tho late disaster to misplaced confidence oil bis part, and a desire to give tlie outside public what is known as a fair show. He admits that the mine on tho 2100 and 2200 levels did not realizo expectations; that the methods of developing tlie vein were busty and ill-advisod. The men whom he deemed to be bis best friends went back on him, and threw their stock on tlie market, when it was understood that they were to hold it and play for a mine. Mr. Sharon, we are told, has taken up a portion of his stock, and tho Bonanza firm are "seeing him through” with tho rest. Mr. McKenzie was selected as Superintendent because he was the best man available, and thoroughly understood the practical methods of the deep workings carried on in the miues un der charge of the Bonanza firm. Mr. Skae arrived here from Yirgiula City to-day. A Bodie dispatch says: Chow Yow, a Chinaman, was hanged at Bridgeport to day, for the ninrder of Ah I’ow, in Benton, California, last May. Pleasanton, December C. Y’esterday Hubert Davis came to town and gave himself up to the officers, stating that he had killed a man named Joe Don nelly in the mountains about 12 miles south of this place. The officers, accom Eanied by Davis, went after the body of onnelly, and found it as he bad stated. The body was brought to town and an in <incKt was bold to day. The jury brought in a verdict of justifiable homiede. It seems that Donnelly had jnst served a term in the penitentiary for tbeft, for which service lie blamed Davis, as Davis was in strumental in procuriug bis arrest at the time. The charge of murder is now pre ferred against Davis. O It.E.tl » Jf . Jnliaakle Homicide — Indian* To Be Hanged. Portland, Oregon, Dec. 6. A few days ago, on Gray’s river, W. T., W. Strong and Charles M. Stark, two neighbors, had some difficulty. Strong left his house in tlie cveuing with a gun, declaring he would kill Stark. He reached Stark’s house aud found him armed. Strong's gun failed to go off, so lie cocked tho other barrel and was in tho act of tir ing when Stark shot him dead. Stark sur rendered himself to tho authorities, but the Coroner's Jury returned a verdict of justifiable homicide, and ho was dis charged. It is claimed that the wheat surplus trill fall materially abort of the former esti mates. Walla Walla. W. T., Dec. 0. Tbe two Umatilla Indians, tried for tbe murder of Coggan and others, at the last term of Court at Pendleton, and found guilty on Monday last, were sentenced by Judge McArthur, to be bauged on January 2nd. The late reports from tbe interior press, representing dead bodies of Indians being found banging to trees, and lying in the brash in Grande Rondo valley, are untrue iu every particular. jaiBiiiBbr White Reck, Elko county, November 28—Mat. .Agee to Miss Scrub Winter. BOR*. Wtuneuucea, November 80 wife of R. W. Wood, s son. __ DIED. Virginia. December 3—Thomas W. Dunn, aged 27 yean, 3 months and 2fi days. Just Kneel veil, A very line assortment of Gold Pena and Hold ers; also. Gold and Stiver Pencils and Pen holders, at the pioneer Jewelry store of i. STRAUB, dT Main street, below tbe Park, r House. NEW TO-DAY. $5 Reward! rpHP UNDERSIGNED LOST A CHECK £ yeeterdav on Main atrewt, for $175 96, drawn by A. Brlaacber on Paxton k Co., ar d payable to D. Haim*. Tbe check t» of no value to any one. as payment baa been whipped at the bank. The Under will please return the check to tbe bank and receive tbe above reward. D. HAIMS. Eureka, December «. 1878. d7-lw NOTICE. AIX PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME. ON book account, are rrqueeted to make Im mediate payment, as I am compelled to leave for New fork In a few days, where I shall re side hereafter. _ A. By.JiWlN Eureka, Pfceuibcr 8.1878, d7.|f NEW TO-DAY._ A SOCIAL PARTY WILL BE OIViN AT THE O-T-T-A-W-A H-O-T-E-L-, On TL'EMDAY EYE.YIYU, Dm. lObla. THE UNDERSIGNED EXTENDS AN invitation to hie friends and Ike pmDtls to attend a SOCIAL PARTY at Ills Ho tel on the evening above mentioned. JAMES ALLEN. Eureka, December ft, lfP78. d7-td Wanted. EMPLOYMENT AS SECOND COOK, OR AS JCi Walter. Address, “Cook, Sentinel Or ncK." Eureka, December ft, 1878. d7-2t* —on— CHRISTMAS E’V'E —THE— IMPROVED ORDER —or— IR/IE ID MEU, Winnemucca Tribe, No. 3, i. ». H. h., WILL GIVE A GRAND INVITATION BALL at the EUREKA OPERA HOUSE, On Tuesday Night, Dec. 24th. Ticket*, Three Dollar* Each, Admitting Gentleman and Ladies—to l>e ob tained from the several committee* and at the principal business place* in town. No person will t»e admitted unle** an invitation is pre sented at the door with the ticket. Iiavitnltou Committees J W Lumbert M Bookman P E<l Connor H B McKee AmIrfcvr Chtlhnan C L Brojr D Bryant A D MrQuaig L W Thompson E Davidson W rt Evan« John Mngginetti N A Chandler Alex McKay K M Beatty J B Langstroff R Madler F O Hwensson Marshall Atwood M Kyle Max Jacobs Thomaa Arrive? W H Davenport D W Newman C O Hubbard O L Scott Ouxtave C'orruke L Hramlt (' C Living*ton John Morrison P P Wrst H L I»icr E H l>esn Urn Levy Hank Knight J C C Whltiuore Marlon Farrell Rercption Committee: (Purple Rosettes) J W Lambert C G Hnlibard OLScott Ren C Levy II Sadler Floor Nsnnfrm: (Scarlet Rosettes.) Gen P Ed Connor H B McKee M Rockiunn K H Dean U M Beatty Floor IHrcoflort W U Davenport Committee of Arran|«Msat«i CLBroy Matt Kyle W U Davenport Invitations will be issued lu due time. By order of the COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. Eureka, December 5, 1H7H. dft-td _| W. H. CLARK, Urncr .Wain anil Clark Nta., Eureka, - Nevada. TAe Largest MlsM —AND non— Complete Stock —or— GROCERIES I —AND— GENERAL MERCHANDISE lu the Mate. A mammoth assortment of choice Fresh Groceries Of all kinds, including in part Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Canned Fruit. Dried Fruit, Oysters, Spices, 8yrups, Candles, Flour, Rice, Bacon, Butter, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac., Ac. Alwo, a Fall Line af HARDWARE! —AMD— Brass Goods, Steel, Fioke, Sledges, Powder and Fuse. The beet selection In the llnrket of WINTER CLOTHiira-, At tko Lowest Pncsi. The Loteet Style of GENT' BlilBTA. FURNISHING GOODS ! And Underwear. Ml Mo charge fca delivering goods to any part of the District. Eureka, August *, 1*7», al-tf CLOTIUNO. Important inmt! THE BARGAINS OF THE SEASON Quick Sales and Snail fronts! BANNER STORE Having just returned from ran Francisco with a complete line of STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, Men’s Clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, ETC., Purchased for CASH, enables me to sell go<»ds cheaper than any other house in Eureka. The FollowInar Prler* Will Provo: 50 Assorted Business Suits (worth #1S> 910. 50 Diagonal Business Suits (worth fW) 915. 50 Finest quality Cnssiluere Suits (worth *27 «>) 920. 50 Extra Fine Assorted Beaver Suits (worth $:*>) 920. IOO Pairs of Union Cassiniere Pants, from 92 to 99 per pair. IOO Pairs all Wool Cassiniere Pants, from 91 to 9«i 50 per pair. Black Doeskin Pants, best quality. 97 per pair. 25 Crises Assorted California Boots, from 92 50 to 90 50 per pair. A great variety of Stylish Hats, in oil colors, from 91 to 93 apiece. A full line of White Shirts, at 91 each ; best quality. 91 75. Colored Shirts from 50 rent* to 91 50 each. 50 D' zen Under Rhirls and Drawers, from 50 eon In upwards. X. H. CuailK Marked iu Plain I’ip ■rn,aml Po.1 lively IIN E PKlt K for all. •/■Country Order* will receive promt t »t tenttou. L. BANNER, Mil I ii Street. Eureka, two door* South of the Parker Hott*c. Eureka, December 4,1H78. d.Vtf Popular Leading Store, and No Humbug! J-. STRAITS, Vitiate and Jeweler! Below Hie Parker llon.e. Has just received a new invoice UWI.D AXO SILVER WATCH E S ! FINE GOLD JEWELBY, SEAL FRENCH CLOCKS, DIAMONDS, Hold and Nllvor Npeetnrlea, Die. Which will be aold at LOW PRICES, for CASH only. Watchea. Clocka ami Jewelry Repaired and warranted, and no humbug. J. STRAPS. Eureka, November 30, 187N. dl-tf GRAND BALL! TO U GIVEN BT TUB EUREKA BRASS AND STEINS BAND, -AT THE EUREKA OPERA HOUSE, Thursday Evening, Dec. 12th, 1878. rainnalUee af Invitation: Prank Beigeltmtk Philip Gemw Eugene MOlmaii Th«»* Smart Charlea Haub Frederick Wolf George Goiine John Krauka E Israel Charlea Hope Committee of Arrangement*: Alie Randolph Thomaa S. Dongiaa Clay Slmnia O. L. Scott M.J. Fnuikliu Herman Kirehucr AN ORCHESTRA OP TEN PIECES Will b« in attendance. Tickets.S3 OO finch. Eureka, December 2, Ml. dtt>td EUREKA OPERA HOUSE. STANDARD FOR A SHORT SEASON, COMMENCING Saturday Evening, Dee. 7,1878. On thin mTioion will be presented the popu lar emotional Drama, in live aetM, entitled EAST LYNNE, Or, THE ELOPEMENT. Sir Franct. Levlanu....lfr. LOUIS BELMOUR Archibald Csrlyale.Mr, B. J. Murphy Richard Hare.Mr. W. C, Lawrence I-nrd Mount Severn.Mr. C. T. Shelley Mr. Wll.Mr. Harry Daraey Officer.Mr. J. N. llogera Willie., .Little Joule MVlamTvVn*.! .Ml« LKO FISHER Barbara Hare.Mlaa Kitty Belmonr Mlaa Cornelia Carlyale.Mr*. Belle Douglass Miaa LEO FIHHEB, In her selection of BAL LADH—“When "fta Moonlight.” “Klaa, Klea.” “Baby Mine,” Etc. The performance will conclude with the side splitting Farce of FOOL OF THE FAMILY I Anguatua Gumption.Mr. Loula Belmonr Zebulon Brighton.Mr. W. C. Lawrence Mr. Sanndere.Mr. B. J. Murphy Betty Saunders (the Fool of the Family) Mlaa Kitty Belmonr LucreUa.. Mlaa Leo Flaher Seat, may be reserved Waring the day st the Bos Office. W I'hasg* si Fcrferass new Every Might._ dt A. D. ROCK, UM. PATENT AGENT. WILL TAKE e patent esses and prorecuts (hem to sue. cess, at a total cost of *C0 Jd CLOTHING GIVEN AWAY | -AT THE WHITE HOUSE! HVT^VUNT STREET, EUREKA. OWING TO THE DEATH OF MY BROTHER, I AM COMPELLED TO SELL OR GIVE! AWAY ]VIy Immense Stock -or CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS ^nd CAPS, Etc. IN THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS ! I AM COMPELLED TO LEAVE HERE FOR NEW YORK IN ABOUT A WEEK, AND, Iff THE MEANTIME, I WILL SELL MY GOODS AT SACRIFICING PRICES. 3ty Slock I. iho Fillet nml Mont Complete K*er Mronvht to F.nrek., »y- you CAN NOW BUY GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICES ! "T* A. BE R WIN. Kurckn. Xovniilicr 2f>, _nW-tf War Dec la r e d! -by FARMER & LESSER, -OF THE NEW YORK STORE, ON THE HIGH PI1ICEH HEliETOFOBE EXISTING ON GOODS OF EVEItT DESCItll’TION ON THE “ BASE IiANGE.” OT'R IMMENSE STOCK MOST BE HOI.I*. AND IN OIIDEll TO ACCOMFI.Mi! 0E» object, we have determined to wli DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING* LADIES’ AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, CLiOAKS, &3TTZTS3, XvIXXjXjXISXBI^Y GOODS, lint*, t'np*, IbiotM n#.l Mine*, XpH**" fftr. Honlcry Wonlcm, nml XT O T I O XT S Of every dencription, at OiEATLY HEDl CEO PRICTB. Onr Nioflh !•» roiitplHp In Firry Dcpnrtmrnft nwtl wr Nlylrt equaled by no other house In the State. tauter, Yob Favs lied! Dealini Witt Ds! Lidiu' Rndjr-madr (locdn, and I*up*'. Mlwn’ md ClilWwi’* Wear • Mprtltlty, FARMER Ac LESSER, New York Stor*. F.nrrka, October 30. 1H7«. ... .... ■— .... ... -■ ■ ■■■■?--? ■ . .. . . . um,um IMPORTANT TO THE TRADE! TIip Dnilmlzucil lin*i oj*rin**l n flholr«»tt» Liquor, Gigar and Tobacco House -IKT THE ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING, Where he la Heady to COMPETE with any Han lranrtaeo or Kami or ia IIoaa»eM« In I'RICKM mail TKKRf*. I also rail liar Attention ol HOTELS A. H ID E A 3M I L I E S -TO MY WELL A SHOUTED STOCK OF FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND CIGARS! Please call and Examine the Goods. Enrsks, Rej.L 21, 1M7H. _MAX OBERFELDEB. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. Main Street. Eureka. kX. II. WAI.I4KK.Proprietor. □ I HAVE JUST LEASED THIS well-known Restaurant, and intend running it in find-clasH style. Hoard, per neek.IM OO Meals. .50 t ents BALL AND PRIVATE SUPPERS gotten up to order and at short notice. FRESH OY8TKKH in every style, and all the delicacies of the season. Open Day and Night. ■sF* Please call and see Old Man Walker. He will treat yon well. Eureka, October 28,1H78. o29 If NOTICE. Now Masmrti Costm JUST RECEIVED. Mrs. j. straits has just received front the costume establishment of Mm. W. G. Taylor, a lot of iHMI Now ('omIiiiiiom* such a* Prill cm, Lords, Dtikca, Officer*, Comic Charactem, etc. Pertmua desiring to give masquerade halls for the holidays, can be furnished with ALL KINDS OF COSTUMES On Edwards street. Eureka. tRT Country orders promptly attended to. Eureka. November 8. 1878. nO-tf CALISHIIt, BROS. TTAVK HKKN APPOINTED ArtKNTtl ITOB XT theKlk.Wo.klyWMl, Eureka, Ju$e 20, U7# TREMONT HOUSE, Opposite Richmond Furnace. P. KANE. Proprietor. (Hncrensof to R. U. Kemp.) Having leaked the above h»tel amI Boarding Holla.', it will 1># my »*'>i *• make It a pleaaaut aud dealrable borne for the work untilian. THE TAREE W ill be fiirwiahed wltb all the delloaeiea of tho aeaaon, aud THE II A U will tw atoeked with the rhobaat tiranda of WIN KB, TeigrOKH and CHURH obtainable In the Han Framiiwn market. I beapeak the "am* literal patronage hitherto extended to my pm* dmwier. !*• KANE* nP2.tr Hurceaaor to H. B. Keiup. REAL ESTATE COLLEI FFICB, J AS. W . SMITH, •3 Mouth Hurl Mtreet. Two doom below Ulebop ft Bailin'* OItto*-. I AM NOW PBEPARED TO ATTEND T» trauaartlolia 111 Real Eatate and Oolleelaonj lii the Htate of Novada, with promplnaaa dlapatrb. Attention given to Power* »f uey. and retnrua promptly made In c**ee Alao to the Pnrehaae, Hal* and Iauht Mlnea, and Information given to partlee at » dlataure regarding them. REFERENCE*: H. Donnelly. *np't Eureka fjm.j reka, Ney.; ft. Rickard. Rupt Rl. liiuond Oon. M. Co.. Enreka. Ney.- Biahop ft *»Wu. AMota neya at Law. Eureka. NeT.;Oen. P. E. 0oM«. Hup't Enreka Tnunel Co., Eureka, Nev.. ton ft Co.. Banker*, Eureka. Eureka. November 'J9, 1878.