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Eureka daily Sentinel.
RATUBDAY, : : JANUARY 4. 1879 IIiniTT BEPKKMKXTATIOS. This question is likely to be again agi tated shortly after Congress reassembes, which will be on Monday next, when a bill, haring for its object minority repre sentation in Congress, will be introduced. It proposes to hare tbe Legislature of each State, after the apportionment of the next ornsas, to redistrict the State that the minority as well as the majority may be entitled to representation. The plan proposed is an ingenious one, and if in force at the last election, would have secured from the South over thirty Republican members, twenty of whom would have been colored men, while on the other band the Democrats would hare gained a corres ponding number in the North. Our pres ent method, under which 100,000 men in every district are entitled to disfranchise #6,000, is worthy only of a barbarous or seml-eirilixed state of society, and it is high time it was superceded. If, instead of the Republicans of Massachusetts elect ing all the eleven members of Congress, as they did so many years, the Republicans were to elect seven and the Democrats four; and if, instead of the Democrats of Ken tucky electing all ten of the members from that State, they were to elect six and the Republicans four, the result in Congress might not be greatly different, but •very voter would be directly represented by the plan proposed. If carried out at the next election, the Democrats will have a small majority, but all parts of tbe aountry alike will be represented by Re publicans as well as Democrats. The plan la to go divide each elate into diatricts that tbc district* may, aa far as possible, bo entitled to elect either three or five members each, thns permitting the majority of voters to elect two out of three, or three oat of five. In case the district is cnii'led to five repre sentatives each, the elector can vote for three candidates and no more. Where the State is entitlod to two representatives only, as in the case of Rhode Island and Florida, it is to be divided into two dis tricts, each electing one member, as at present, as in this case a majority and mi nority representation would be impossible. In all cases where there is an odd repre sentative, after the State has been divided aa nearly as possible into districts to be represented by three or five members, a separate district is to be set apart for this representative, who is elected as at present. It is obvions to those who hare made a study of the Bubject that some scheme of minority or proportional representation would enable the people, under a repub lican form of government, to express their wish more accurately and justly than by the present method, under which nearly half of the voters (the beaten party) are not represented at all. The Democrats of Iowa and Vermont, and the Republicans of Kentucky and Georgia are about as thoroughly disfranchised as if they lived id Egypt. The project of minority representation is a wise one, and it ought to be realized in every popular Government. Illinois is the only State that has thus far tried it in the selection of a Legislature, and there the method adopted is one of the clumsiest and least effective of all the plans proposed. Sooner or later, minority representation will be the basis of the Government, and the time is ripe for the adoption of some better system of voting, one that shall be scientific in conception and somewhat just in application. ■' —• • • - The dispatches this morning announce that another Congressional committee will report upon the management of the Gov ernment Printing Office at Washington. This department has been investigated with yearly regularity for the past ten years, bat nothing has ever come of the nnmerous reports, and it generally ended as all such investigations do. The forth coming one intimates that the Chief Clerk is implicated in the frauds charged. We arc loth to believe this. Mr. Childs’ repu tation for probity is so well established that we should desire something more defi nite than vague charges by Congressional committees. — ■■ — . A Republican named Bussell was elected to the Lower Houae of Congress from Forth Carolina at the recent election. He has declared himself in favor of paying all Southern claims, whether of loyal men or otherwise, and the pensioning of South ern soldiers. Had Jeff. Davis made such a declaration, a howl of virtuous indigna tion would liaTO gone up from the Republi can press, and it would have been cited as a grave reason why the Democrats should not be allowed to gain political supremacy. — .• * • A Washington cobhkspondent suggests that in order to test his popularity Orant should run for Governor uext yoar. As Ohio teems to be the starting point of all gnat men Orant should consider this sug gestion- If ho expects to amount to any thing hr the future it is no doubt a fact that he will have to go to Ohio and make a new start. John Sherman would doubtless enter his objections. -- Tan public schools o( the United States require 92.02 from each inhabitant for their support, and military purposes 91.30 In other countries these two items of ex penditure are as follows: Prussia, 51 cents and 93.20; Austria, 34 cents and 91.39; France, 29 cents and 94.50 ; Italy 13 cents and 91-57; England and Wales, 66 cents jtod 96.86; Switzerland, 88 cents and 91. |T lies been the aim of the Republicans jo prove that previous to the last election the Southern people did nothing bat raise the devil generally, and Blaine's commit tee was appointed for the special purpose of proving it. The best answer to the charge ia the number of bajee of ootton raised, which toots up to the enormous number of $,197,000, ---— Oum evouiug contemporary hastens to deny the charge of the hew Orleans Pica yune, that the SmrriKBi/s local ia about to start a Sunday School paper in Nevada and says be ia “doing good religious work ou a moral paper.” That is cheering, at least, and if he succeeds in converting our neighbor, his life will not have bocu an en tirely useless one. 0 ... Tea lose of Wsde Hampton's leg is made the subject of some insipid jokes, by the organs of the “ stalwart" persuasion. The gaan who conld rejoice at seeing even his bitter enemy crippled for life, is neither tit be envied or admired. THE (ME OF AMEXir. Notwithstanding the recent exposures of araenic preparations in so many of the pro ducts of industry, its employment in this way appears to be actually extending. A large quantity still goes into wall papers— eighty-fire per cent, of these fabrics, it is ascertained, containing this substance, which is fsnnd alike in white, blue, red, yellow, green, and other colors, the pale tints frequently containing more than the most brilliant. It is also used in tickets, paper curtains, corcrs of boxes, packages made for confectionery, and other papers. Arsenic, as well as other poisons, is like wise now used in the coloring matter of ladies’ dresses, gentlemen’s underclothing, socks, hat linings, lining of boots and shoes, and is found in woollens, silks, cot tons, and leather. As many as eight grains of it hare been found in each square foot of a dress, and as many as ten grains hare been detected in a single Artificial flower. _ Oke of the stock arguments for letting girls into boys’ schools and colleges has been that their refined ways and gentle manners would speedily transforsn their classmates of the ruder sex from hobblede hoys Into young gentlemen. It dida't work that way at a mixed college in Illi nois, where a fight in the college hall be tween a freshman girl and a sophomore girl, recently, gave the signal for general and active hostilities botween the two classes, attended with physical and discip linary casualties. What if, instead of re fining tho manners of the boys, the girls should pattern after them? That is a pos sibility. it appears, in practice, however improbablo in theory, and calls for consid eration. ^ _ Hefi'blican leaden are calculating the probabilities concerning their again secur ing control of the United States Senate after tho expiration of the present Con gress, which leads the Harrisburg Patriot to remark that the most plansibte calcula tions put the time about the close of the present century. It is said in Washington that Messrs. Chaffee and Spencer should be added to the list of silver Senators, which is headed by Jones and Sharon. Chaffee has mado five millions of dollars out of Colorado mines, and Spencer’s recent ventures in Wyoming and Novada have netted him a fortune. - - —— Liberia isn’t troubled with the problem of universal suffrage. Their Court# hold that to be "a gentleman of color” one must contain sixty-two per cent, of negro blood. If a man doesn’t show that per centage upon analysis, be cannot vote. Whether the gold dollar shall be clip ped or the silver dollar padded, is the great question of finance now tearing up the public mind. The weighty theme is dis cussed mainly with the resistless logic of epithets. -..—■ When the Henato donated twenty old brass cannon to the Custer monument, the Baltimore Gazette says they might have thrown in a couple of brass-mounted Senators. .. ■ ... .- — Grant would make a heavy run if nom inated by the Republicans hi 1880, provided every plank in the platform was a barrel of whisky. -• « • Badger is postmaster at New Orleans, Wolf in Delaware, Fo* in Wisconsin and Elk in Illinois. Where are the hounds ? EASTERN NEWS. NIGHT DISPATCHES. [SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.] PROGRESS oTrESDMPTION. Frauds in Government Printing. VALUE OF OUR DOLLARAS COMPARED WITH THAT OF OTHER NATIONS. Incidents Conner led With Bennp Mon. Washington, January 3. At a meeting of tbe Cabinet to-day, tbe members were mnch pleased with the in cidents connected with resumption, nar rated by tho Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Hawley. The President ex pressed his satisfaction with the result, and predicted a more general return of prosperity to the country. The question of refunding the national debt was dis cussed as the present principal financial aim of the Treasury. The large subscrip tion to tho four per cent, bonds were con sidered a good indication of success. New York, January 3. Up to noon to-day, at the 8nb-Trcasury, at Knit 511,000 in legal tender notes had been presented for gold, while 540.000 in gold certificates had been exchanged for legal tender notes. Treasurer Oilfillan, late this afternoon, received the following dispatch from As sistant Treasurer Hillhouse, of New York : A large portion of gold checks was paid in United States rates to-day at the request of the holders. The amount of interest paid at the Treaaury in this city was $20,000, all of which was paid with legal tender rates, except $2,861, for which the holders of coupons asked and received coin checks ou New York. The holders of coupons have heretofore received coin for them, but to-day, for the first time, they had to take legal tenders or a coin check on New York. Many accepted legal tenders, though not without some growling, and others, u above mentioned, demanded the coin checks. Secretary Sherman was in his of fice until 4 o’clock, and appeared to be in excellent spirits. A number of telegrams were received by him and were sent over to the President. Among them was one from Assistant Treasurer Hillhouse, received early in the day, to tbe effect that the amount of gold demanded for United States rates was insigniflesnt. Just before the closing of the office one wss received from Assistant Treasurer Hillhouse, giving the amount as disbursed at $130,000, and receipts $400,000, which was read with much gratification. Altered Frauds la Woveraaseut rrlaUar. Washington, January 3. Hr. Finley's Committee, which has been investigating the alleged frauds in the management of the Government printing offioo completed its report to-day. The re port will charge that the management of the office has been loose, particularly aa to the manner iu which the accounts bare been kept. It will allege that money has been drawn from the Treasury, and not accounted for, to the extent of $750,000, since 1869; that the cost of the material used in the printing office has been in ex cess of the ruling market rates by at leaat one-third, and that assessments b»ve been lsvied, and that frauds exist which will lot' plicate the chief clerk. The report wilt probably recommend that each Department control its own printing, The Hexican Government has made ar rangements for the payment of the third installment of $300,000, indemnity to American citizens, due this month. A Severe Csld Snap iu Ike East. Chicago, January 3. The temperature after midnight grad ually ioweted until this morning, when the mercury stood st 22 degrees below Kro in exposed plans in this city. Several cases of freezing are reported, bnt only one is fatal. Reports from points in the North west show that the cold is continued and severe, with the thermometer recording from 15 to 30 degrees below zero. Trains are delayed on all the roads. New Yobk, January 3. At noon to-day the thermometer marked seven degrees below zero. Two brakeniefl on freight trains of the Central and Jersey and North Pennsylvania roads were frozen to death this morning. Buffalo, N. Y., January 3. The storm at East Buffalo is still ragtag. All business is suspended. The storm IS more severe than that just before Christ mas. The snow plows are of little use, as the drifts fill as Vast as clearances are made. Montreal, January 3. A snow storm yesterday and last night was the most severe of the season. All the trains are several hours late. 8t. Johns, January 3. A snow storm has been raging since 10 o'clock last night. ■eliuai M ssinrallir • iniunH. New York, January 3. The Clerk of the United States Circait Court for Boston recently refused the ap plication of a Chinaman for naturalization papers, on the ground taken by Judge Lo well, that Mongolians do not come within the provisions of the statute relating to the naturalization of free whiles or Africans. A Natural Neuult. New York, January 3. The World says the pedestrian O'Leary has gone to Hot Springs, Arkansas, via Chicago. He is still lame, and his doctor says he has done his last walking, unless be takes care of lihnself for months. Chinese Immigration. Washington, January 3. The Chinese question was briefly dis cussed in tho Cabinet to-day, and it was decided that the Secretary of State open negotiations witli the Chinese Government for a modification of the Burlingame treaty, with a view to restricting Chinese immigration. Burning of a Church. St, Lons, January 3. The Second Baptist Church:, on the cor ner of Beaumont and Locust streets, took fire this morning and was totally destroyed. It cost about $135,009; was of rough hewn 1 stone and one of the finest and most im posing edifices in the city. A Democratic Governor Car Maine. AtoueT.v, Me,, Jan. 2. Alonzo Garcelon was to-dsy elected Gov ernor, receiving 21 votes to 10 for Joseph L. Smith. Every Republican voted for Garcelon. ■tenth of Caleb Cushing. Newburypobt, Mass., Jan. 2. Caleb Cushing died to-night. FOREIGN NEWS. | SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILT SENTINEL. 1 A Terrific Explosion. SEVERE STORMS IN ENGLANO AND FRANCE GENERAL GRANT IN DUBLIN. In I’renenletl with the Freedom of the City, Etc. London, January 3. Admiral Hornby, commanding tbe Brit ish fleet in tile sea of Marmora, telegraphs that one of tbe 38-ton guns of the turret ship Thunderer burst on January 2d, kill ing Lieutenants Coker and Daniel, two petty ofiicers and fonr seamen and marines. The gun burst just in front of the trun nions, the muzzle blowing overboard. Tbe gnu had juat been tired with a battering charge, but when it burst it was loaded with a full charge and an empty shell. The boatswain and thirty-two men were wounded, twelve very badly. The turret was disabled, but tbe ship was otherwise uninjured. There is another heavy snow storm in Scotland and piercing cold air. Ont-of door labor is again interrupted and a rail road blockade is feared. In France, owing to a rapid thaw, the rivers are overflowing their banks, and much damage has been done. Dublin, January 8. General Grant arrived this morning, ac companied by Goneral Noyes, United States Minister to France. The ex-Frosidcnt was met by tbe Lord Mayor, but there was no public demonstration. The General was presented with the freedom of the city, and later visited the places of interest. Paris, Jannsrv 3. Twenty-four Communists in New Cale donia have been pardoned because of ser vices rendered against the native insur gents. _ PAC IFIC C O AST. [SPECIAL TO THE ECBEEA DAILT SENTINEL.] CALIFORNIA. More Assessments Levied. WANTS TO SEOBEGATE! Another t'aae of Mulcldr. Colfax, January 3. At 2:15 yesterday afternoon, engine No. IT, while going from Truckee to Summit, on a special freight train, blew up when one mile east of Summit, killing Engineer Norton instantly and scalding the fireman, Charles Hoy, so badly that he lived but a few hours. Conductor Green was badly braised about the head. About £0 feet of the snow sheds were blown to atoms. The engine is a total wrack. The track proba bly will not be cleared up before 3 o'clock to-morrow morning, 8a!( Fbancisco, January 3. The Best A Belcher Company has levied an assessment of $1 per share; the Leopard and Lady Bryan, fifty cents each, and the Pauthet one of ten cents. A committee of six were yesterday ap pointed by the Pacific Stock Exchange to investigate and suggest measures whereby the institution may become independent of the San Francisco Board, in regard to business and quotations. An order has been issued from A. J. Meyers, Chief Signal Service Officer at Washington, extending the weather pre dictions to the Pacific Coast. The coast will be divided into three sections. Port land, Oregon, will probably be the station for the northern division ; San Francisco, for the middle, and San Diego for the southern division. The predictions will be baaed upon reports received at the Washington office from all parts of the country, at 11 o'clock r. tr., and will be telegraphed at midnight, Washington time, to each division. Edward P. Snively, ex-policeman, and part proprietor of a saloon at the corner of Merchant street and Dunbar alley, com mitted suicide this morning, by shooting himself with a Colt's revolver in a house of I’restitution on Morton street. He is bc ieved to have done the deed while half crazed with whiskey. Snively had no fam ily, and was 35 years old. He was a nativo of Virginia. NEVADA. Nblpment at Bullion. Austin, January 3. Tlie Alexandria Mining Company shipped to-day six bars of bullion, valued at *7,211 51._ George—reading—"Prince Bismarck op poses the use of lager beer." Materfa milias: "There, Georgs, I told you no cul cbored German likes It-” George—con tinuing: "He says it makes people at once inert and insolent-” Materfamiliaa; i "Exactly what I say." George— eondud. ! inn: "And that good corn brandy la infin itely preferable.” Unholy glee of George and sudden cessation of maternal com ments. MAMIKBj_ Eureka, January 2—diaries T. Creek to Mias Minnie M. McCrary. Eureka, January 2—1. J. Guiunip to Mrs. C. I. Flue. p|E-_ Eutaka, January 7— Henry Hart, a native of Lancaster City, Pennsylvania, aged 31 years amt a months. (Funeral will take place at 2 o’clock to-day, from the Coamopolitan Hotel. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to at tend.] __ SPECIAL NOTICES. Hats, Hats, Caps, Capa S Tremendous bargains at the Golden Rule Store, In the beat quality and latest style* of Hats, fresh from the factories in the East. In E>int of fact, I X L in this line at the Golden ule Store. _ Tobacco* and Cigara. A well-aelected stock of Due-cut and plug chewing and smoking Tobaccos, anil a fresh invoice of Cigars, just received at the Golden Rule Store, where 1 IL.m the boys all know. Ladle*! Do you want to buy your husbands a nice Christmas gift? Seethe flue stock of hand some Meerschaum Pipes, elegant Cigar-hold ers, in meerschaum ami amber; those Russian leather Cigar Cases, ami many other beautiful things that are offered at the Goldeu Rule Store. HI Ik Ha nt I kerchlefh. I X L, in • fine assortment for the holidays’ trade, at the Golden Rule Store, cheap for cash. Ilenvy Woo Sens. Underwear in red, white or grey, of the best and heaviest California all wool goods, in which everybody knows 1 X L at the Golden Rule Store. Heliee. If you have a fine or complicated watch Af clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate and intricate piece of mechanism needing repatrv. go to EDW. WILIIELM, ! Chronometer, watrb tod clorkniaker, one door north of Meyera A franklin, Main street. AM iVofi warranted to give perfect satisfac tion or positively no charge. o‘J U loves. In Duckskin, Woolen or Kid Gloves, Gaunt lets and Hits I X L at the Golden Rule Store. --— Watrhea and Jewelry. If you want your fine watches repaired in the best manner and guaranteed for one yenr to ioep correct time, go to Straus* Jewelry Store below the Parker House. ^ Je8 The Toilet. Fancy Back-hair Brushes, Cloth, Tooth and Shaving Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, etc., at the Golden liule Store, extraordinary cheap, for I X L, you know. Cardiff*n Jackets. All Wool Cardigan Jackets, Woolen Scarfs and Winter Wear for Gentlemen, in which for i cheapness 1 X L at the Gelden Rule Store. -- iW Fwpla Want Proof. There is medicine pfeseribed by physi cians, or sold by druggists, that carries such evidence of if* success and superior virtue as Buschke's Orbs*** fihnftrp for severe Cough*, Colds settled on (lie breast. Consumption, or any disease of the Thfloat and Lttngs. A proof of that fact is that any jfefftnn afflicted <•»» got a Sample Bottle for 10 rents. and tt$ its su perior effect before buying the regular size at 73 cents. It has lately been introduced in this country from Germany, and its wonderful j cures are astonishing every one that use if. Three doses will relieve any case. Tfy it. Sold by all druggists. Furnished Rooms to Let. On© or two nicely furnished rooms, with or without fire. For particular* inquire over Dunkel k Co.’s dry Roods store. Eureka, Dec. 17,1«7H. dlft-tf NEW TO-DAY, opera house: / THE LAST NIGHT OF ELIZA WEATHERSBY'S Froliqiies! TO-NICHT Our Greatest Bill ——AT TH r.— EUREKA OPERA HOUSE. LAST NIGHT Eliza WeatlrtysMips -AND MR. N. C. GOODWIN, JR. When the Musical Melange, “CRUETS!” •P’*Will be propuced, for the first time.'^B X. €. oooomx, JR., Will imitate “GI B WILLIAMS" in character. To conclude with the Farce entitled : “TO OBLIGE BENSON!” Popular Beale of Prlrea. Heats can now be secured at the Box Office. A Warning to the Public. I FREQUENTLY BEE NEWSPAPER ARTI CLES asking what should lie done with our girls and boys, but rarely see the question asked aa to what should life done with our deadbeats. I ask this question because I have, in connec tion with many other merchants, been outrage ously swindled by one of the meanest sped rneus of mankind that ever sought the Base Range. His name is Cbarlee More, and he works in the Richmond mine. This roan came to Eu reka penniless and friendless, and was kindly assisted by several philanthropic gentlemen, whose kindness he made return by swindling them. He now walls our streets with an $80 suit; hia dirty feet are encaacd in a pair of $17 boots, all of which, it la hardly necessary to aay, have never been and never will be paid for. The publie should look out for this swindler, and our merchant* especially should avoid giving him credit to any amount. Eureka, Jau.». 1870. E. T. TROFATTER. jau4 It House to Let, CCONTAINING THREE ROOMS, FURNISHED J very comfortably, or unfurnished, if de sired. Apply at the residence of D. K. Dally, on Nob Hill. * NOTICE To Those Indebted. J^LL BILLS WILL BE HANDED OVEU FOR COLLECTION After the 10th of Janaary, 1879. We therefore request all those Indebted to us to I'atll and NetlleThelr Account*. O. DUNKLE A CO. Eurckt, DetiuiUr 81,1878. FOR SALE AND TO LET. FORTiLe OR RENT! On ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS. the extensive fialerr Estiblisliiiit, ON SOUTH DUEL STREET. This is a rare opportunity to purchase or rent*Paying Business. For particulars, apply at the EUREKA BAKERY. Eureka, December 30, 187H. d31-lm FOR SJL3LE. FOURTEEN QUARTZ WAGONS, (Axlee ranging from 3 to 4 inches,) Complete And In tto«d Ritntlntf •idcr. •*“ IKCLUDINO — ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON, (Nearly New—Original Cost, $1,030.) AN* or A&L OF THESE WAGONS WILL be sold at less than one-fourth of tlieir riginal cost. For particular* apply to M. RICH or DR. J. B. KF.HN. Eureka, Nevada. Or to W. B. HARRUB. East Oakland, California. n*2tf EUREKA OPERA HOUSE FOR SALE. A Good Investment for Small Capital, The undersigned being about to engage in business in California, offers the above very desirable real estate at a bargain. Tbe property lisa A Regular lueunif of IIM it Month, Outside of tbe Theater proper, and has theatrical engagement* ahead amounting to $1,200 or $1,1100. The Theater has capacity for Seating One Thousand People, And if early application is made, the proparty will be Bold at a bargain. The undersigned also ha* some Very Valuable Real Estate On Main Street, which he would like to dispose of before he Vawes Eureka. Person* wishing to invest itr good property, can do so on very liberal terms, by making ap plication to M. B. BARTLETT. Eureka, November 23,1*7*. u2f*-tf "[ BILLIARD TABLES FOE SALE AT A BARGAIN. The undersigned offers for hale three good Billiard Tables. One is a air pocket tnble and the other fwo are rarrorn tables. The tables are in good (condition and will be sold singly or together. For particu lars, apply to D. R. LEVAN. At the Opera H«»w»e. Eureka, Novemlcar 23, 1878. u26>tf HOUSE TO LET. A HOUSE ON NOB HILL, CON ■fin taining three rooms aud water, to let. W|S! Terms very reasonable. Apply at ■a'lk MllS. HNELL'S LODGING HOUHE. On Pan! street, three door* north of De La Matyr’s I.uintcer Yard. Eureka, December ;I0, 1878. d3t-tf ROOMS TO LET. Several lame and comfortable Rooms, io suits or single, can 1h* bad by Inquiring of JAMES A. DENTON. At the Consolidated BtevAisg Hot»ee, North Main street. Eureka. DerMobef in, 187 dll-ltu XO LET. A NEWLY n nNimii:n fkont noon ox Spring street, with double bed and heated. Apply at Saddle Rock Restaurant, on Main street, of F. B. ALDERSON. Eureka. December 10, 1878. diO-tf FINE JEWELRY! Watchmaker JEWELER. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON bsud a well-selected *t*fk of Diamonds. Quid and Silver Watches and Chains, fine Jewelry, Hwllil Nllver Mwd Plwted Ware, and C Xj O O K S , I am also agent for the new style of INITIAL SLEEVE Bl'TTONS, artistically made #nd of beautiful design* Also a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex SPECTACLES and KYK-GLAHHK8, all of which he offers to sell at '25 per cent, less than any other house tn Eastern Nevada. Please call at the store, one door south of M. Ashlm k Bro’s, and examine my magnificent j stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere Nw trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the times. All of the above are guaranteed to be of tne Best Quality, and wurranted as represented. N. B.—Special attention paid to watch-work. Watches repaired, cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and Jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly attend* ed to. 3P. STELER. Eureka, January‘2, 1879. Jn3-tf Attention, Rescues I ri’HE MEMBERS OF RESCUE HOHE COM J pany. No. 1. will take notice that on MON DAY EVENING, January 6th, 1879, at 7* O'clock, sharp, the regular monthly meeting of your company will be held at your hall. Every member is requested to be present, for the purpose of electing officers aud changing the present by-laws. There will also 1m* other im portant business to come before the meetlug. Per order. M. D. FOLEY, President. Tiios. H vlky, Secretary. Eureka, January ‘J. 1879. Ja3-td Wanted. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. TWO GIUL8, to wait on tablea. Apply to A. RUMEN HEIM, At the Cigar Mtnro, Main ctrori. Eureka. December 1C, 1878. dl7 Notice. DURINO MY 8ICKNEMS AND ABSENCE in California, DR. BAZET will attend to my professional business, and 8. G. HUMPH REYS. of the City Drug Store, will attend to iny business matters. DR. M. llOCKMAN. Eureka, December 36, 1878. d27-tf "pound. rpHE DROP TO A LADY'S EAR-RING WAS X found In Masonic llall yesterday. The owner can have it by applying at this office. Eureka, December 29, 1878. d29 tf CLOTHING. OH, MY ! WHAT A RUSH J FOR. THE LAST T W O "WEEKS -AND -AT THE White House Clothing Emporium. 3VTAI3ST STHEET, EUREKA. ORLY TWO WEEKS IRORE ARD ALL WILL BE DISPOSED OF! We only tire** one by me, and not like other*, forty *1 a lime—la • heir mind. In their mind. Plenty of wale* nt the WIIITK IIUI'HK, nnd nlto eolit, l*ot nnllke olherw, nho have nil thi* in their mind. In their mind we have aold at trcmendon* mrrllre. mid n proof, not ftnlike other*, I* ooratore 1-In their mind. In their mind. A “*ham" never dlwgrared the “White llnnwe t:m variant" for the pa*t two year*' management. Not nnllke other*, nho are pretending, only In their mind. In their mind t for the p, oof of the padding 1* In the eating! nnd not nnllke other*, gapping with their mouth, of eOnrae In their mind. In their mind. Truly, tke WHITE HOf'AE In the People’* (nothin* more. »*,f II la for crcryNnlT', tag-real to cell and *ee for theniNolve*. whether they art. treated risht or not, unlike what other yartlea do to them. i The WHITE HOI’S* CLOTHIKO STOKE treata all alike, and la new ready (or rlamgMrr. iteots Wlile House (MIq Store. Enrrk*. ft^fArnWr 17, 1H7H. #IMf IMPORTANT TO THE TRADE ! asi1._L.'—i.1 . — Tl»« HMlmlviitd hM opornr^l m flnl-CliiiM Wl'hol+aarifo Liquor, Gigar and Tobacco House -IN THE ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING, Where: *«• Heady to COMPETE with any haw VraaeKeo or Knotern Hmon, In I’HMTM nml TtKXN, hm " - ■ ■ 1 m I *|M rail the Attention of HOTBL9 J^JSTID 3T -A. 'Mi 11,1 ES -tCT MY WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF-— FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND CIGARS! Please call and Examine the Goods. Knr+kft. Sspt. 21, 1878. MAX OBEBFELDEK. ■ ■ - ■■■■. ■ .. — ■ ■ . ■■■■■■ I ME ONE! M ALL!!; ^!CD SEE MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTIC «IMPORTED CIGARS, All kinds of TOBACCOS • Pipes, from the com mnnest Clay U» tlie very finest Meerschaum; Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and In fact a fall liue of Hmokrrn* Artlelea. Also, STATIONERY, Blank, Pass and Time Books. . A full assortment of the very !***t Porkft Knlvas, Albums, Music Boxes, Guitars, Ac. cordtona, and a great number of other goods , adapted for t PRESENTS, Too numerous to mention, which I offer to sell at PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST! Come and see, and I will convince yon of the facts above • Uteri. I have a nice SAMPLE ROOM In the «aear, where yon can get the choicest kinds of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J. H. MICHEL. Eureka, December 14,1878. dl-tf Have Your ENGRAVING EB. WILIIM'S Watch and Jewelry ESTABLISHMENT. Hat* Wrwl, .... Klircka MH EOW. WILHELM, CIIBOXOMKTBB, WATCH AHD^CLOCXiAXEX Main Ktrert, on* floor north of A frinklth'f/ Hah ji ht orF.vm a la-uob a»b rbdt r oelacflnir FIIST-TL1SS JEVELIf, MrrrAM.r roil Holiday Presents! New Jewelry Made To Order. RepnirlaK of Jewelry Xeally nm Ex|M»<lllftoatftly Dane. Especial attention la given to tNAKAtUTA. Order* from the country SdW ha pa>X|iffp attended to. Wateliea ('arefu)ly Re pa teed and Warranted for One Year. Twenty year*’ experience In the very lirsl chronometer, watch ami cMrkiuaking« ataldlab meiita of Dresden, Faria, London, Shanghai, Yokohama and Kan Francjaco, a complete a*# ®# machinery mnasaavy f't Ibe ntanolncfarr an«f repair ot nil kiudaof time-keeping inrtrumriita, combined with the fact that I refund any money it ever 1 should fall to give entire satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that wane but first-elaSW work will leave my bauds. F.I)tV. tVIMIKI.il. Eureka. December 14, 1H"M. dlS-tf HOLIDAY TRUCK! i/To kc I.HH>I .I'M ENNIS’ STOKE. IF Tor WANT a NICE, FAT. CHRISTMA* TURKEY, now la the rime to order if. EASTERN—for *tir»~ APPLE-CIDER, by thw gallon, at Enuia*. LIMBUROER CHEEKS HAUER KRAUT and RUSSIAN CAVIAR, CALIFORNIA WINES and BRANDY. BLACK BERRY BRANDY. FRESH CALIFORNIA ROLL BUTTER, only $1 per roll. Other rtorea ( barge $1.25 forth* same kind. TROUT and OYSTERS, till yon can’t real I All of which may be found at the LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNER. HT’Call an 1 examine my goods and prices "KM Eureka, Dec. IK. 1K7H. dlt tf THE “NEW AMERICAN ” SEWING MACHINE HAS THE LEAD. Over ever)’ other owe In the market. Tob convinced of thin fact, CALL AND SEE THEM. ■A. T HASKELL'S. Those who have purchased them are mora than pleaded with their excellent qualified. Price from M-7 to Eureka, December 5, 1878. dft-tf WHITE PINEJIOUNTY BONDS. SEALED PKOPORAL8 FOR THE RED EM P tion of White Pine County Bouds. will be received at the Office of the County Treasurer of White Pine County, for the inui of Three Thousand Dollar*. Maid proposal* will b* opened by the Funding Fommiasloners, at tha Treasurer’* Office, on MONDAY, January 6th. 1879. OEO. P. McCONKEY. County Treasurer of White Flue County. Uamtltou, Nov., Dec. 14,1878. d!7-td