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(Eureka JDailn Sentinel.
BATURDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 8, 1879 YHK •rTOOIRV t'OXTROLtER'H REPORT. Wo ore In recept of State Controller Ho bnrt’i report, made at the cloee of his offi cial term to the Legislature. It is tho most complete and valuable document ever given to the public by an official in this State. We may also say, in all sincerity, in this connection, that Nevada never hail a more able or efficient office 1 than Con troller Hobart. It is but simplo justice to add that he has daring his official term saved thousands of dollars to the people and tai-payere of the State. The report before us gives a concise statement of tho financial condition of the State on tho fint day of January, 1871, and also a simi lar statement of its condition on the first day of January, 1879. On the flrit mentioned date, tho State owed, over and above all of its applic able aaaeta, $603,806 93. On the first day of January, 1879, its applicable assests ex ceeded its liabilities $230,658 28. In other words, in tho past eight years the State lias met all its expenses, and it is better off to day by $837,465 21 than it was on the first day of January, 1871. The amount of tho educational funds held in trust by the State (and forming no part of its applicable assets) on the first day of January, 1871, was $77,522 43. The amount in the samo funds on the first day of January, 1879, was $461,734 54, •bowing a gain for these funds for the eight years of $384,212 11. While conced ing that the principal factor in the causes of this prosperity has been tho large yield of our mines, and the consequent increase of assessable values in the State, Mr. Ho bart claims that something is due to the exertions and recommendations of the out going financial officers. They assisted in preparing and urged the passage of the State Loan bills in 1871, and also of the Bullion Tax law, passed at tho samo ses sion. So far as legislation is concerned, these measures were the foundation of our present plethoric treasury. Tho Loan bills funded the State debt at 10 and 9 per cent, per annum, interest, agaiust 15 per cent., interest paid before, and also rod need the rate of State taxation for Interest and , Sinking Fund purposes from seventy cents to fifty oonts. The Bullion Tax law increased the rev enue derived from the mines very largely. In 1875, on the recommendations con tained in Mr. Hobart’s report for that year, the Legislature passed laws trans ferring $196,000 of the large surplus then in the General Fund of the State to the State Interest and Sinking Fund, for the purpose of extinguishing the State debt proper, and also to reduce the State tax from $1 25 to ninety cents. It was neces sary to provide for the payment of the State' debt, in order to be able to reduce the rate of State taxation. This reduction has saved the tax-payers over half a million of .dollars in the past four years. JMr. Hobart recommcuds the reduction «of the rate of State taxation to fifty cents. ;*nd says if the Building Fund is to remain «(afl it has for the past six years) unused, lie recommends that tho money in that fund be transferred to the General Fund, And says in that event the State tax can safely be reduced to forty cents, thereby saving tho tax-payers over $409,000 iu the Aext two years. Our space is too limited to give more than a reference to the tables in this very full and comprehensive report. Mr. Ho bart has prepared two tables, or exhibits, that must have cost him a great deal of labor and time, and that are especially valuable for the condensed information they contain. One shows, under appro priate heads, and by years, the receipts into the State Treasury from the organiza tion of the State government to January 1, 1879; and the other, iu like manner, the payments, by warrants, out of the Treasury daring the same time. From these tables, it appears that during the past fourteen yean there have been paid into the State Treasury $8,219,839 20, from the following sources: From tax ou real and peraonal property.$3,148,140 73 From tax on proceeds of mines.... 1,535,308 40 From poll tax. 355,687 62 From sales of State land. 577,515 37 From receipts of State Prison. 140,872 48 From aalea of Stuto bonds. 1,510,000 (X) From miscellaneous sources. 946,314 60 Total.$8,219,839 20 And there has been paid out on Control ler’s warrant, for Lagialatlva purposes.$ 598,822 82 Executive “ .. 736,080 04 Judicial “ . 358,077 72 Building **■ . 214,105 07 Printing “ ... 269,79818 State Prison “ . 727,595 84 Charitable “ .....» 379,635 48 Support of schools. 337.974 ;w Interest on State debt. 917,123 14 Bedemption of State bonds. 1,410,151 57 Invested In funds. 667,013 26 Miscellaneous purposes. 944,489 14 Making a total of.$7,290,866 64 The usual exhibits are made of the state •f the different funds in the State Trea sury, the receipts, etc., and a full and itemized statement of the expenditure of the appropriations for the past two years. In short, this report gives a concise finan cial history of the State from its organiza tion, and a full showing of all transactions relating to State finance for the past two years. _ Congkesh is progressing about os rapid ly with the public business as our Legisla ture is with the bills before it. It is not deserved by any of the members to call an extra session, but this will be unavoidable unless rapid progress is made in the three or four weeks remaining of the session. Only three bills ha vs passed both houses, the military academy, consular, and pen sions; two are in conference, the fortifica tions and Indian, and the naval is ready to be seut to the conference. The postoffice bill is before the House, the army and leg islative have beeu reported, and the sundry oivil is not yet commenced in the commit tees. Besides these the deficiency and river and harbor bills remain to be re ported. ■- ■ -• ♦ •-— ■■■ It is said the passage of the back pension law, and the discovery that it will take so | much money out of the Treasury, will put an effectual quietus on the movement of a redaction of the tobacco tax. Many mem bers of Congress, who voted for the first measure, are considerably disgusted to find that they have virtually voted agaiuBt the last. .... ♦ • - ■ - ■■ ■ ■ Tilth,: actios to be but two political pat ties in Massachusetts at present—Butler (u4 auti-Butler. [ the CIPHER TEI.EGRAMS. Tlio Totter Committee has developed one thing in its investigation of the ciphor telegrams, and that is, that the Postmaster General will now have an opportunity of making some substantial reforms in his department, in tlio interest of decency and civil service reform. General Brady, who confesses to liavo broken open a parcel in trnsted to him for safe-keeping, from mo tives of mere curiosity, to have tried to decipher private telegrams, and to have in vited his friends in to assist him in tlio in decorous proceeding, is plainly not the man to he Second Assistant Postmaster General. And, indeed, if in addition, those higli officials, lteprescntatives and Senators would venture to deal with tele grams ill the way confessed by them, le av ing them loosely accessible to curious or interested partisans, tliere is no security whatever as to what might be tampered with. Sir James Graham, a British Post inastor General, was driven ont of offieo by the mere publication tif the fact that lee had opened a letter of a French Socialist to a friend in London, and yet here we find Senators and lie presen tatives and ecmi-Cabinet officers all colleaguing to appropriate, read, translate, publish and handy about the private telegraphic corres pondence of fifty or sixty persons, and treating the matter as a good joke when found out. It ought to bo no joko to some body. Tuf. Nebraska papers are awake to the importance of that State doing something I to get a share of the gain of the great tidal-wavo of emigration now flowing Westward. They find that Kansas gained 115,181 in population from March, 1877, to March, 1778, and in the nine mouths since has gained 00,000 to 100,000 more, so it is natural for them to think it would pay to set up some sort of official ma chinery to gather a portion of this increase for Nebraska hereafter. The New York Times intimates- that a project is on foot in financial circles, to test the constitutionality of the law in re gard to re-issuing the legal tondtjrs. Emi nent legal authorities generally agree that the Supreme Court would of necessity con demn the law, ou the ground that to at tempt the re-issue of greenbacks that have been paid once, would bo to assert the power of the Government to issue legal tender notes in timo of peace. EASTERN NEWS. NICHT DISPATCHES. | SPKCUL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL, j Restricting Chinese Immigration. Washington, February 7. In Ui® Senate, to-day, Mr. Hamlin, from tlio Committee on Foreign Relations, re ported back the Senate bill to restrict the immigration of Chinese to this country, and the Committee was discharged from its further consideration. He then re ported back the House bill for the same purpose, and asked that the Committee! be discharged from its further consideration, but that the bill be placed oil the calendar. He gave notice that w hen the bill came up he would move it be indefinitely postponed. Mr. Sargeut gave notice that lie would call the bill up for consideration on Wed nesday next, and spoke of the importance of the subject to the Pacific Coast. Mantou Marble's Testimony. New Yoiik, February 7. Man ton Marble was on the stand to-day in the cipher dispatches investigation. Ho | said he could not euy he went to Florida under the instructions of tlio Democratic Committee, lie had no conversation with Tildeu on the matter. He thought he gut the cipher from Pel ton at the Everett House, and subsequently used it. He did not send to or receive from Tilden auy telegrams addressed “dispatches to Pel ton.” His object in going to Florida was to take care of the electoral vote. He said the ciphers published in the “Tribune,” so far as they concerned himself, were sim ply rubbish. Ho said he had already published a statement of what he did, and did not do in Florida. He said what he did not do wus to buy Florida votes, and they were for sale. Mr. Marble wanted to submit letters to the Committee, but Mr. Reid objected, and they were ruled out by the chairman. Ho said he had none of the telegrams which he sent from Florida. Amending fn tcrunl Revenue Laws Washington, February 7. In the Senate to-day, the House bill amending the Internal Revenue laws, the committee, by a vote of live to four, rocommended concurrence in the House provisions, reducing the tax on manufac tured tobacco to Hi cents per pound. The committee fix the tax on snuff at 21 cents, and strike out all the provisions relative to the tux on cigars, cheroots and cigarettes, thus leaving them subject to taxation at the existing rates, and strike out the pro vision repealing tlio tax on matches. FOREIGN NEWS. | SPECIAL TO THE EUBBBA DAILY SENTINEL. | A Crew Mutinies and Mnrder the officers. STATE OE PUBLIC HEALTH IN ROUMANIA. A Bnu<piet to Prealtlont Grevy. Singapore, January 7. The Chinese crew of the Australian bark Kate Waters, from Hongkong to Foo Chow, uiutiueed, murdered the officers and scut tled tho vessel. Vienna, February 7. Tlio Hungarian Government will dis patch a commission to report upon tho state of public health in Roumania, Bessa rabia. Bulgaria and Roumelia. The Hun garian and Roumanian Governments have agreed to adopt protective measures on a large scale on the Bessarabian and Tran sylvanian frontiers, and to shift tho Russian line of magazines in Roumania eastward behind a double cordon. Paris, February 7. The Deputies, yesterday, at the request of Demorcere, aud despite the opposition of Louis Blanc, rescinded the resolution re ferring amnesty proposals to tin* Bureau, and will await a bill which the Government is preparing. Senator Sehearr Kestner baa taken the political directorship of “La Republique Francaise” iu place of Gambetta. Lord Lyons, the British Ambassador, will give a select banquet to President Grevy at the British Embassy next week. President Grevy, receiving the Judges of the Court of Cessation, told the President that the Tribunal Government does not intend to violate the principle of tho irre movability of the Judges. Liverpool, February 7. The ship Vandieman was sunk by a col lision with an unknown vessel. Two of tho crew were picked up in a small boat. They report their shipmates and the crew of the unknown vessel probably drowned. London, February 7. A St. Petersburg correspondent says four more fatal cases of the plague are reported at Helitreno. The correspondent is per sonally cognizant of two successful eva sions of tho military cordon, which is very inefficient, PACIFIC COAST. [SPECIAL TO THE ECREKA DAILY KENTIREL. J CALIFORNIA. More Whisky and Murder. SALE OE SILVER BY THE BANK OF CALI FORNIA. The niifkrt ftliop Swindlers Re leased. Ban Francisco, February 7. About half-past 11 o’clock last night, William Forsyth, living on Bore street, between Bryant ami Brannon, and Eighth and Ninth, came home somewhat under the influence of liquor. A woman named Mary O’Brien, who was living with him, met him with reproaches and vile lan guage, ami finally picking up a stove-lifter, followed him into the bed-room ami as saulted him. A struggle ensued, during which Forsyth got the stovo-liftcr away from the woman ami struck her over the eye with it, felling her to the floor. For syth then called Mrs. Clarke, who lived in tiio same house, and with her assistance placed Mrs. O’Brier. on the bed, on which ho then threw himself and went to sleep. In the morning, finding the woman still lying motionless, ho called a physician, who pronounced her dead. Forsyth went to the Police office, reported the case, sur rendered himst ff and was locked up. The parties had been living together several years as man and wife, ami according to Forsyth’s account, had lived a cat and dog life, the woman being very jealous, quar relsome and abusive. The Bank of California lias sold 200,000 ounces of tine silver to the Government for delivery at the Ban Francisco Mint, at lOD1* per ounce. Bernard Lande and Edward Meyers, two bucket shop men, had a preliminary examination in the City Criminal Court to-day, on charges of embezzlenuut, grow ing out of the collapse of the so-called “Stock Exchauge,” which they conducted. John Morgan, W. I). Gamble and W. C. Bough testified a» to the way the business of buying stocks on a margin of ten per cent, was conducted. For the defense, Lande. Meyers, and Baker, their bookkeep er, testified that on the day their concern failed they paid out $3,500, and only re ceived $1,500, and that they paid out all they had. Judge Ferral, in giving his de cision, said the prosecution had not shown the intent on the part of the defendants to dt fraud. There was no doubt that the. bucket shop business they had been carry ing on was wrong, bnt it was not within the province of the criminal law to punish them in the absence of evideneo of inten tion to defi aud. He had no doubt the de fendants were liable civilly, but criminally they could not bo held. Lande and Mey ors were then discharged. The Savage and Belcher Mining Compa nies each levy i n assessment of $1. The Standard*, of Bodic, has declared a dividend of $1. California and Con. Virginia pass their dividends. Adolph Sutro, in an interview, this cvenv ing, stated that the details of the compro mise aro progressing .satisfactorily, he being in daily consultation with the par tits representing the mining companies and their legal advisers. He is unable at present to stato when the papers will be ready for signature, hut there is .no reason to doubt the completion of the compro mise. X k; V A I> A. Mnniinttaii Bullion Shipment. Austin. February 7. Tho Manhattan Company shipped to night twelve bars of bullion, valued at $11,310 31. PI RLIC OPIXIOX. As Shown by £;!Mortals In the Xe v.i'ln Press. P ATTEliMAN ’** ELECTION. Carson Cor. of Elko Independent. There is much had blood coming out of this election. The immediate result is hard words, criminations, etc. Rut it will affect legitimate legislation. A TRIFLING MISTAKE. From the Pioclie Record. Wo were laboring under the impression that Uncle Bum had resumed specie pay ment on the tirst of January, and that greenbacks were just the same as gold, tut we guess we area little mistaken. A re turned visitor from the Eas-t informed us that on tendering greenbacks for fare on the Eureka A Palisade Railroad they were refused, without a discount was allowed to be charged on them. A GOOD SUGGESTION. From the Lyon County Times. It is to be hoped that, whenever the main question upon the passage of any railroad bill is put to the Legislature, the ayes and noes will be called for, and every member thus compelled to place himself on record. After the adjournment of the Legislature the journals will he printed, and those who have performed their sworn duty toward tho oppressed people of this State will be known and receive the credit to which they are entitled. A WEAK ARGUMENT. From the Reno Gazette. The argument that the Williams bill would be good enough for the Central Pa cific but not for the Virginia A Truckee, is rather weak. We can seo no reason why it costs more to move freight over the little road than the big one. A POINTED PARAGRAPH. From the Virginia Chronicle. Assemblyman Taylor, of Nye county, lias introduced a bill in the Legislature to pro tect lawyers against dishonest clients. Lasting distinction awaits the Assembly man who shall introduce and secure the passage of a bill to protect clients against dishonest lawyers. NEWS NOTES And Current. Topic** 4*atherctl from nil Itimricrs. Tho hair of the buffalo is now largely employed in making overcoats, which are all wool. Tho tea season at Hong Kong closed on January 4. The total exports for tho year were 157,000,1)00 pounds. The longest ticket ever voted in the State of New York will be placed before the peo ple of that State iu November. Mr. Lacy was fined $3 by a Justice in Pekin, Texas. “ I’ll toss a eeut to syp whether you make it $10 or nothing,” ho said. Lacy won. The Indiana Supreme Court has decided that a subscription made ou Sunday is not binding iu law. The effect of this will he to invalidate subscriptions made on Sun day to liquidate Church debts. Senators Ransom and Merrimon, of North Carolina, both say that they could not ac cept the Democratic nomination for the Vice*Presidency in 1880, as tho time has not yet come for recognition of that South ern right. The “Railroad Gazette” says that the number of accidents in any year is largely determined by the severity of tho winter, and gives a table of casualties since 1878, which it believes to come pretty near the truth. From this it appears that from 1873-8 inclusive, the accidents were 1,283, 080, 1,201, 082, 801 and 740. A railway commission was established in Minnesota last year, and among the duties imposed upon it was that of examining every railway bridge in the State. But Minnesota is a State of many streams, and when the arithmetic mau got to work, he figured up 10,000 railroad bridges in Min nesota ; so that to examine them all would give the Commission 50 a day all the year | round. They think it is too much work , for the money, and want the law amended. ; non*. _ Virginia City. February 4—Wife of Harry Sea man. a daughter. Virginia City. February 3—Wife of C. H. Os born. a daughter. Silver City, February 3—Wife of George W'ey, a aon. MARRIED. Reuo, February 5—W. Sanders to Miss Margaret Williams. DIED. Virginia City, February 3—-N. B. Russel), aged 33 years. I X t This is the watchword of the Golden Rule Store, and notwithstanding all the puff adver tisements and extraordinary announcement*. JOE exceed* and gets away with the baggage, selling cheap for cash. -— ■ — Milk ll«in«lkcrchicft. IXL, in a fine assortment for the holidays' trade, at the Golden Rule Store, cheap for cash. NEW TO DAY. q- ir, .a. nsr id PUBIM MASQUERADE BALL To be given under the auspices of No. 296, X. O. 33. 33., In commemoration of the “FEAST of ESTHER” —<JN— Thursday Evening, March 6,1879, —AT THE-— EUREKA OPERA HOUSE. Com 111 it toe of Arran^omoiit* r BEXJ. 0. LEVY, SOL. ASHIM, L. BANNER, D. LESSER, M. J. FRANKLIN. Two Magnificent Prizes Will bo awarded to the best sustained and most original characters. _ A COMPLETE BAND OF RSDSIC WILL BE ENGAGED, AND THE COM » T mittke will use their utmost endeavors to make this THE EVENT “ par excellence " uf the season. ST1 Invitations will be issued during tl e coming week, so ns to give ample tin.* to tho>e desiring to attend in costume.* Tickets (not transferable) including one lady’s ticket.$1 00 Extra tickets for ladies,«nch. *2 10 Spectators’ tickets, admitting gentleman and Indy. IS 10 Tickets to be had only from the Committee of Arrangements. Eureka, February 7, 1879. feb8td COSTUMES -FOI! THE PUltIM BALL. MRS. J. STRAUS IS PREPARED TO fur nish costumes, of all descriptions, for the coming Purim Ball, to take place on thetith of March. They are tine costumes, and well adapted for the occasion. MRS. J. STRAUS. On Edwards street. Eureka, February 7, 1879. feb8 td List of Unclaimed Letters Remaining in the postoffice at Ruby Hill, Nev., on the7th day of February, 1879. Persons calling for any of these le tters will please say, “Advertised February 8,1879:” urowii i w Bennetts Janus Bice Wiu Bennetts Wm H Brow Thus Baclierlee James Bowden Sampson Bowman Isabela Bullcn Mrs \y J Collins Wm Craudle C S Candlish Janie*—2 Carnow Charles Delany James Dunkin A Dorsey John Dawning Francis (iea< h James—2 limes James Jeffery Mr James lid Johnson Gor Jay Richard Johnson Ceorge Jinkius Richard Keef Maggie Kennedy P J Kennedy Joliu Kellow Thus feb8 II jviit" » imam Lee Jofeph T—2 McKenzie John II McKenzie William Mclvcy J M Mcllroy Roliert McNortou J A Moore Ward D Nicholas Kenneth J Nicholas Jobe—0 Penrose Edwin—2 Polglnse John Quick William Reynolds Wm J Rodgers Samuel Reed William Richards Henry Richards George By amis Wm Richards W R R . an J Shay Michal—2 Sampson John Thomas Frederick—2 Thomas John Tregoning William Tiraby Richard Thauas H R Uren Miss Mary ,J. W. LAMBERT. P. M. MORE LICHT! UNTIL FITUTIIKB NOTICE WE WILL sell 150 deg. fire test. Water White Oil, in lots of five ease* ami upward* at $6.25 ; single eases at $6.50, C'hmIi. It. BADLKIt At CO., H. JOHNSON. Eureka, January 8, 1879. jan9tf WilLlSTTEID, TkY A I.ADY. A SITUATION AS HOU8E I # kkkpkb. Beat of reference can be given. For particulars, apply to “ M. W.,” at the Tur ner House. Eureka, February 6,1879. fcb7 lw* MISCELLANEOUS. DOMINO FESTIVAL! A Domino Festal Will be Given by the Ladies Con nected with the METHODIST CHURCH, -AT THE OPERA HOUSE O11 the Evening of FEBRUARY 14, 1879. mill'. PBOCKKDS OF THF. FESTIVAL WILL 1 be presented to the Chun h. Tickets, - - $3.00, To he had at n t; Y FMH A Fit A X li M X\«4, The XI1W VOKU STOBE, —AND— l l.SliK S ItJiSTAt itAXT. Eureka, January 21, 1879. jan22 til GOSTUMES. Pdrs. J.C. Lockwood (< IVES NOTICE TO THE PEDLIC AT I large that she will he prepared to furutsh costumes for the PCIIIM HALL, having made arrangements for a full assortment, of all stylos, ami will order any particular costume any person may wish, at short notice. COSTUMES RfiQ DOMINOES Made to order, at short notice and in the best manner. afFor particulars, apply tt my residence, on Duel street, three doom north of Bateman. MRS. J. C. LOCKWOOD. Eureka, February 1,1»(7'J. feb‘2 liu TO THE PUBLIC! Having Soo Large a Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE On hand for thi3 Season of the Year. I WILL REDUCE The same by selling, for the next Thirty Days, FOR CASH 0 Fi L Y, All guttdN at Kiiji rraurUro rttsi. uiili IVei-Iit M.ide l. C1U»T0»PR» WILL FIND IT TO THE fit / advantage to call cm me. D. B3ANHEIM. Eureka, January *22,1879. jauiii tf W. II. Rli>Ili\(iTON & (9., Main St., near Bateman, WIIOLENAId: AX!) It ETAII. -DEALERS IN HARDWARE, Stoves, Brass Findings, Iron and Steel, Blacksmiths’, Mechanics’ and Car penters’ Outfits, Everything usually kept in a Hardware &tore, MANUFACTURERS OF Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron Ware. VFULL LINE OF MILL AND MINING supplies : also, agent* for the celebrated VULCAN BLASTING Powder and HAZARD* BLASTING and SPOUTING Powder. tf An ext. naive workshop ia connected with the establishment, where all Furnace and Mill work will he done at short notice. Eureka, January 22, 187'J. Jan‘2J tf PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the Board of County Commissioner* <*f Eureka county, on and after February 1st, 1879, for the medical care and supervision of the pa tients in the Eureka County Hospital. None but graduate and lawfully practicing physicians need apply. Medicines will be fur nished by the person who secures the position. The County C mmissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids, and no Lids will lx; received after March 7, lKT'J. By order of the Board of County Commis sioner*. K It. DODGE. Clerk. Eureka, February 4.11J79. febSlm PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the Bnaidof County Commissioners of Eureka county, on ami al ter February lnt, 1871), for the charge and care of the patients in the i Eureka County llispital. A responsible and competent persou la re quired. and the person awarded the position must furnish a satisfactory bond for the faith ful performance of duties, and the custody of all furniture, etc., in the Hospital. The County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any ami nil bids, and bids will not be received after March 7, 187'.). By order of the Board of County Commis sioners. F.. R. DODGE. Clerk. Eureka, February 4,187'.). fcb5 lm WALTER BROOKS, ASSAYER, mWO DOORS NORTH OF WELLS k WAR X nuiCm stone building, Main Street, Eureka, - Nevada W ALL ASSAYS DUPLICATED. Eureka, February 3, 1879. ft 1*4 tf NOTICE. JH. DE LA MATYR HAVING ON THE • 1st of January. 1871), sold hi* business and good-will to C. R. and Dr. E. B. De La Matyr, the business will hereafter be carried on by them, under the firm name of C. R. DE LA MATYR k CO. Eureka, January 30, 1879. Jan31 lm 1JOT1CE. WHEREAS MY WIFE. ISABEL MOR ton, has left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, I hereby give notice that 1 will not be responsible for any debts which she may contract. THOMAS MORTON. Eureka. January 18, 1879. janlUtf CLOTHINO. OH, MV ! WHAT A Hl iSIl } FOR THE 1,-A.ST T "W O "WEEKS -AJfD SXiAUGrH TJE R > -at m- . „ w White House Clothing Emporium. 3vrA,.XXsT STHEET, EDREK.A. ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE AND ALL WILL BE DISPOSED OF! We only dress one by one. and not like oilier*, forty At a time—In their mi ml. In (heir mind. IMeuty of Male* at the WHITE IIOI'RE. and also coin* Not unlike other*, who have all till* in their lUlml, In their mind we have sold at tremendous Miteriflee. ami a proof, not nalika* other*, i* our store !—in their nsiual, in their mind. A •• shiaua ** never disgraeed the •• W hite House Emporlam ** for iUm past i at o years' management. Not nnlika* other*, who are pretending only an their mind, in their mind : lor Ilia* pc oof of Ilia* pitdaling I* in tk# eating: aad aaot uaa I ike ait her*, gapping with their manalla, of ramrae In tiaeir niiual, lu thadr uciud. Truly, the WJUT15 HOUSE 1* the Pemvle’a Clothing Store, and it is for every body's interest to rail anil see for themselves, whether they an- treuted right or not, unlike what other ]>artiet> do t<> them. The WHITE HOUSE CLOTHING STOKE treat* all alike, and fa n*.w ready for slaughter, Apts White Erase (Mill Store. Eureka. Perember 17, 1878. dlH-tf IMPORTANT TO THE TRADE! The iimlersiguetl Ian* opened % First-fin** W liolesnle mmmm V D Liquor, Gigar and Tobacco House -11ST THE ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING, U'kcre he Ik lli-nily (o COMPETE * nil miy S»» rrimrlww r.n,lrrn SSixiMi, In FIEHT'A mill Tr.li.UK. I nl.u lull Oil* AlU'lltlon of HOTELS AH 3D FAMILIES -TO MV WELL A880UTB1I STOCK *>F-— FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND CIGARS! Please call and Examine the Goods. *>nKka.8«i>t.u,uT». MAX OBERFELDER. MACLAREN & IV1ACDGNALD HAVE DECEIT.’ED THEIR FALL AND WINTER G-OODS ! ! Aud are offe ring them at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OCR NEW 0001)8 AUK COMPRISED IN part of Suits and Suitings in Camel'* Hair, Dash* t CTulti, Customer* s, Know-Make, lb.nrett© and Tarltmm. . _ Ladies’ and Children's Shawls, WOOD GOODS? —AND UNDERWEAR I Fancy o..J Millinery Goods, Of every description. Laille** Clonk* nm! Trimmed Ifni* a Speclidiy. Also, a full line of DOMESTIC GOODS. Go u 11 onion'* Fiirul*hfln^ Good*. WAll gooods nivked in plum figures, and strictly ONE PRICE. HZ’ Now I>ry Good** Store, NR Opposite the Odd Fellow's Hall. Eureka. November J uOft TROUBLE COMENCES! Nugar, O 1-2 IIh tin- $1, at E\MS' Kuril, 10-lb ( an lor $1.75, at ENNIS' Italalua. $1.50 per box, at ENNIS' M. A II. Tea, 50 eta. per lb. at EM MIS' Sugar Cure,I llama. 17 ela, per lb at ENNIS’ The beat Itoll lluller In town $1 per Hot I, at Eisrisrxs’. A FELL HI'PPI,y of choice family Groceries at the saiuo raUs, for CASH. SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, HAMS, LARD. BACON, Eggs, Butter, Etc., -AT WHOLiESAX jB Cheaper than any other house in town, for cash. bone don’t go! Can’t afford it at , the atiove prices. Eureka, January 23,1879. jan‘24tf j ■ LKOAVa III.AMift, OF ALIi ok scriptions, printed to order at the SEX- ! TINEL OFFIGK. JOB I’KIMTINtl OF ALL K1SDS A SPECIALTY at tin. office. EDW. WILHELM, «IIUO>OM3vTKK, WATCH ARdK^CLOCRMAKER Mala Htraet, mh> dwt north of Meyer* ht Frau kiln *. 11 W /TWT OPENED A LAROR AND' X 1 choice selection of HRXT-tLAXX JEVKLRl, MT1TABLK TO* Holiday Presents t Now Jewelry Made To Orders fSepntrfiHC af Jewelry .\eatry rttwl KxpedUloitxly Done. Especial a fl^ti I ton is given tn ENGRAVING. Order* from the rotfutty will be promptly attended to. Watelien Carefully Repaired and Warranted for t.)Ue Year. Twenty year*’ experience in the very first chronomeb-r, watch and olockmaklngestablish* incuts of Dresden, Parts. London, Shanghai, Yokohama and San Francisco, a complete set of machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kimlaof time-keeping instruments, combined with the fact that I refund any money If ever I should fail to give entire satisfaction, will he n fair guarantee that none but flrst-ctaaa work will leave my hands. EDW. WILHF.LM. Eureka, December 11. 1878. d!5-tf SOMETHING NEW! "Tie Litlle Yantee-Solion Store” A FEW DOORS ABOVE WELLS. FARGO 4 CO.'S V PLACE WHERE A CHILD CAN BUT AS I'lti-aR an an adult, and atuuire a» t;ood , bargains ; AIT HERE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS WILL tt buy four-bits worth ; TIT HERE THE BAME ATTENTION IB PAID r T to the person who buys ten cents worth as to the one who spends $10 ; \XT HERE THE PUK ES ARE LIKE THE f V “ Law* of the Meihsand Persians—un alterable tirilMKE THE GOODH (’AN BE UETl'RNKD TY if not satisfa* t«»ry, ami lmhurd ieeUng*; —IN FACT— V PLEASANT PLACE TO DltOP IN OF AN evening, witness the sales and learn the prices. Having been connected for the last 15 year# wltli a well-known cheap house in New York City, we are prepared to sell remarkably cheap Let those that doubt drop In and »#e. ■ /■HALES EVERY NIOHTT« £ Ircka, January 7, 1879. jau8 tf TO BUTCHERS AND DEALERS! 3,000 f^t3,000 MUTTON SHEEP J.AOR SAI.F. AT MY RANCH, SEVENTEEN . miles southeast of Aitatln. For particulars, call on or addresa IP. IjYTTIjETON, Austin. .... - AuMtiu. JaliUsry ‘15,1872. J»»M 1®