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Eureka Pailg Sentinel.
8ATUBDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 8, 1819 ii —■-r ,B SKII.I.MAN Ik authorized to receive «b arrlptioiiB, in this town, for the SrsTlvsi. —d collect for the »»me. All persons in *u r#A« owing for subscriptions will make pay ment to Ulin. _ g_— I -J ■ "T»tTERDAr8 *TO<K Ina rrandsc* atsck Esefcaags, MORNFMO BOARD. 145 Ophir—34*4 34Hb5 80 Mexican—37*4 110 Rest A Belcher—94 C20 California—7T| 8 305 Savage—13*4 15S 345 Con. Virginia—7*4 7»i 7*tb5 75 Chollar—49*4 49 100 Mexican—87*4b5 185 Hale A NorcrosB—18*4 18*4 18*4 1015 Oould A Curry—14*4 14*4 1**4 045 Crown Point—6*4 6*4 6*4 745 Yellow Jacket—27*4 27 27‘4 3260 Imperial—135c 200 Crown Point—6 4 365 Kentuck—8 7H 725 Imperial—135c 130 Alpha—21 20*4 20'4 V235 Belcher—6’i 6\ 7 7b5 350 Confldenct—23 395 Sierra Nevada—48*4 48*4 49 49*1 49*4 145 Utah—18*4 1875 Bullion—9 8*4 8 4 3675 Exchequer—7 G7« 0*4 220 Mexican—37 *b 20 Seg. Belcher—23 24*4 405 Oveiman—12 11*4 113« 860 JnBtice—420c 4H 430c 1300 Succor—110c 105c 1 140 Union—G2 61 225 Alta—7*4 600 Lady Bryan—120c 1 4 25 Alta—7*4 20 Crown Point—6 4 100 California—7 7t 280 Yellow Jacket—27*1 27 250 Bullion—9 100 Confidence—22*4 300 Lady Bryan—1*4 1290 Julia- 4*4 430c 429c M Caledonia—340c 3 '4 330c 33.7c 300 Exchequer—6H G » 130 Kentuck -7*4 300 Baltimore—1*4 130 Ophir—34*4 560 Silver Hill—2o5c 2*4 30 Alta—7*4 3393 Challenge—5*4 5H 5 860 Dardanellca—410c 415c 600 New York—95c 1 815 Phil. Sheridan—30c 25c 325 Lady Washington—2 190c 100 Kossuth -25c 200 Wells Fargo—20c 1120 Ward—85c 90e 350 Scorpiui - -1*4 ICOe 360 Leviathan—63c 7dc 1150 N. Con. Virginia—9 9‘a 9*4 9*4 55 Star—3 2*4 425 Trojan—35c 40c 270 Benton—5 ** 5’4 600 Flowery—40c 3.7c 190 Con. Dorado— G3c 1255 Solid Silver—70c 73c 1620 N. Bonanza—160c 1‘4 70 N. Con. Virginia—9*4 50 George Duuglaaa- 50c 40 Santiago—9 3.70 Caledonia—330c 340c 150 Silver Hill—2.7.7c 235 NJ. Bonanza—1 *4 ICOe 30 St. Louis—50c 133 Alta-7‘4 10 Kentuck—9 40 Bullion—Sa4 50 Benton—5*4 EVKXIXO HO A III). 230 Bayinoud A Ely--7 8 7*< 7*4 110 Eureka Con.—30*4 20 Jackson—7 50 Belmont—45c 150 Leopard—85c 500 Gila—5c 170 N. Belle— 8 87. 100 Hussey—15c 100 Grand Prize—460c 465c 4 \ 3'»00 Argenta —65c 400 Navajo—20o 900 Endowment—15c 650 I)e Free*—10c 420 Independence—135c 1 *i 500 Argeuta—70c 80 Uayuioud A Ely—7 100 Star—75c 750 Day—35c 40c 10 Hamburg 75c 143 Highbridgr — 1 *4 130c 200 Heal Del Monte—3 300 Albion—40c 170 Paradise—2*4 2000 Fourth of July—20c 200 Coso—5o 310 Bodiv—8 H'i H'% 70 Bechtel— 50c 600 McCiiiiton—60o 390 Tioga—1 v4 530 Summit—2 120 Bulwer—16 550 Gondshaw- 10c 2'<0 Belv id ere-- -25c 100 Blackhawk—65c 630 Booker- 40c 220 Mono—1 •» 140c 50 Bicker—60c 70 Con. Pacific-Pi 100 University—75c 100 Dudley—80c 130 8. Bulwer—60c 100 Martin White—5*4 130 Leeds—60c 65c 175 Tip Top—1 620 O. Terra—5 ti 600 Caledonia. B. H.—I kTKEKTtt—.1:30 O'doek P. M. Yellow Jacket—27b 271ft* Belcher—67#b 7a Sierra Nevada—49* Crown Point—G^a Bullion—9b Mexican—38 l*a Utah—18ifcb California—71*b 77*a Challenge—51ft b 5‘ft* Confidence—23\ b Overman—12b 12‘fta Union—Gib Caledonia—340cs Julia—440cb Silver Hill—255cb Hale A Norcross -20a Savage—151ft a I in |K‘ r ia 1—130cs Gould A Curry—14 sub Lady Bryan—11ft b Opbir- -30b California—7 *i h Ophir—361| s Exchequer—7 '4 b Belcher—7s Ophir—37s 37 ifts Yellow Jacket—27‘i s Baymond A Ely—6 *4 b Mexican—38iftb Alpha—2214 s Best A Belcher—21 'ft s Halo A Norcross—20s Hierra Nevada- 49 !ft b 50* Chollar -50b Yellow Jacket—27lft s Overman —121# s Bardeucllcs—410cb 415c» K. Nevada—19^8 N. Con. Virginia—11s Confidence—24* Yellow Jacket—27s Baymond A Ely—Gifts Imperial—130cs Julia--445cs Benton—5%s Alta—7*4 b 7 7#a Confidence—23b 231ft* Alpha—22m Belcher—6 % b 0 7« a Benton—Sifts N. Con. Virginia—1114b 12* Hold Arrival*. Turner House George Lathrop, J. P* Jeffries and J. H. Peterman, Eureka. Jackson House—James Bobinson, Pros pect Mountain; M. Marks, Ban Francisco; Won. Johnson, Cherry Creek. Parker Houso—L. J. Buth, W. W. Black tnd Wm. Ford, Salt Lake; C. B. Thomas, Prospect Mountain. International Hotel—J. Langley, Carlin; W. Brooks, Palisade; A. J. Lane, Pine Valley; E. J. Briekell, Truckoe, Cal.; A. Jacobs, Bono; J. H. Cadwalder, Sacra mento. Arrival* anil Departure*. BY THC EUREKA AND PALISADE RAILROAD. Depart ares Yesterday. John WlDierbury A Miner D Dsvi« Geo Davis N Thorton T Obarfeltler T R Hutchius Arrival* La*t Mljrlit. J H D« La Matyr E J Brackett L J Ruth W W Blake M Marks Wells, Fargo Sc «’o’* l<ettl!r 1.1*1. Th# following letter* were received at Well*, Fargo k Co’a Office last evening and not delivered : Gao 8 Henderson C J Garner Edward Eiuery J J Maxwell W A Montgomery FLUE DINT. Rcrap* from the Mole-Book of the Mentlner* Keporter. The Richmond Company will pay town i bills to-day. Postmaster Wilson’s term expires to morrow. District Attorney Merrill is expected home daily. Bart. Ashim displays a fine assortment of valentines, from which any one will be able to select. Frank Robbins added another small fur nace to his office yesterday. Frank is evi dently on the highway to prosperity. Father Monteverde departed yesterday for Cherry Creek, being called there to visit a person who is dangerously ill. Joseph, who was shot by Deputy Sheriff Simpson, is not improving to any apprecia ble extent, and his recovery is still consid ered doubtful. The Morey Mining Company filed in the United States Land Office, yesterday, an application for a patent for the Black Dia mond mine and mill-site, situated in Mo rey Mining District, Nye county. Anybody who has ever heard an average woman describe a neighbor’s new spring bonnet, knows well enough that color blindm-HS is not one of the peculiarities of the gentle sex. Miss Phelps, the sister of Rev. Mr. Phelps, of the Presbyterian Church, has |been seriously ill with pneumonia. Her bickness interfered with the arrangements of several people on Thursday night. The two buildings next to the Turner House will shortly be raised to the level of die sidewalk, and such improvements nade as will add to their general appear ance. Mr. Maxwell, who owns the prop erty in question, is now in town. The Purim ball, to he given on March Ctb, by the Hebrews of Eun*ka, promises to lie a grand affair. The committee of ar raigements consists of M. J. Franklin, Bei. C. Levy. D. Lesser. Sol. Ashim and L. banner. Full particulars will be given in a future number of the Sentinel. P«*te Winn was busily engaged yesterday in looking after the ping in front of the houss of the Hook A Ladder and Kuicker bock»r Hose Companies, which had been frozen up during the late cold weathsr. George (.’lark is ambitiously inclined, and ex or esses a desire, a la Hallinan, to fight ai y light-weight champion in Eureka. George lays he can always be found upon inquiry %t Tommy Douglas’ saloon. Aleck Wilson denies the statement inad* in the Sentinel yesterday, that he will open a lav office on Ruby Hill. He has applied for an appointment as Notary Pub lic, and sit.aid he receive it, will no’doubt ojkii an mice, as stated by us yesterday. R. Jobns)n. charged witli complicity in the robbery of J. J. Keenan, was brought before Justi.c Cromer yesterday. The evi dence was of such a character that tSie Justice did Hot deem himself justified in holding him for trial, und Johnson was accordingly ditcharged. PlIWOKAIA. Mr. J. IT. Do I.aMatyr arrived homo last evening from California. Mr. W. W. Black and Mr. L. J. Ruth, agent* for agrirultlr.il implement houses at Salt Lake, arrived here last evening. Mr. Walter Mars.Vn, formerly a tele graph operator at this place, but now of Tybo, lias been visiting hi* parents and numerous friends hero lor a couple of days, lie leaves for Tybo this morning, and with him go the best wishes of many persons iu Eureka. Pat. Holland, the old newspaper fienl, has been in town a couple tA day*, renew ing his acquaintance with host* of our citi zens. Pat. is looking well, but a little older tbnii when we first struck him on the Comstock, suuie ten years ago. He left for Cartou this morning. The Order of ITnnl ITrith. This Hebrew organization propose to givo a grand masquerade bull in Eureka, on the 6th of March, full particulars of which will be given iu the Sentinel hers* after. We mention this fact at the present time, ticrauso we find the following dis patch in Eastern palters of yesterday, dated at Philadelphia: At the morning session of the Independ ent Order of B’nai B'rith. the resolution to present the statute of Liberty, now in Fair mount Park, to the city of* Philadel phia, was agreed to. The conditton of the Order, which now numbers over 23,000, was shown to be very satisfactory. A res olution was adopted, ordering that the next Convention be held at Cincinnati, on the last Sunday in February, 1886. The committee appointed to take action relative to the humane work of the He brew* in the South during the yellow fever trouble* presented a report «>f a highly eulogistic character of the good deed a that had been accomplished. The report was adopted. A committee was appointed to provide for a compilation of the history of the organization. The committee on the intellectual improvement reported in favor of establishing literary entertainments, lectures and libraries in the various lodges. An executive committee of seven and a court of appeals of seven were appointed. A. L. Sanger is the chief justice and Julius Uieu is the chairman of thoexecutive com mittee. -. A Table of IMvtnnrcv. The new proprietors of the Parker House have issued a business card, from which we learn that the various distances from Eu reka aro as follows: To San Francisco, 653 miles; to Palisade, 90 miles; to Vir ginia, 427 miles; to Carson City, 405 miles; to Winnetnucea, 200 miles; to Reno, 375 miles; to Elko, 123 miles; to Ogden, 398 mils; to Omaha. 1,431 miles; to Hamilton, 42 miles; to Ward, 105 miles; to Pioclie, 215 miles; to Austin, 75 miles; to Belmont, 104 miles; to Leeds, 340 miles; to Tybo, 100 miles. From Tom Palm to. Our enterprising merchant, D. Man heini, returned from a ten days’ trip to Tem Pahute yesterday. He speaks very highly of miniug matters in that locality, and Mr. M.’s practical experience of eighteen years in mining camps leads us to think tliut Tem Pahute will, in the near future, add greatly to the prosperity of Nevada. He states that he has never seen a better defined ledge, or such quantities of ore in sight, as he saw in the Wyandotte Company's mine. Mayhem. A fight occurred on Ruby Hill on Thurs day night, during which Thomas Karns bit ofif the ear of Thomas Craney. Karns was brought to town by Deputy Sheriff Ro nalds, and was committed by Justice Cro mer yesterday, in default of $2,000 bail. The penalty for this crime ranges from one month to 14 years’ imprisonment. ■— . ♦- - ' Richmond Bullion ^lil|>mcn t. The Riclimoud Company shipped this morning, through Wells, Fargo A Co., 11 bars of bullion, valued at $20,G‘J4 11. SCHOOL SPLINTERS, Picked I'p In Our Wanderlusts Yes terday. Mrs. Atwood has 58, and Mrs. Wendell 52 scholars at present. Tl (lamination of teachers at Virginia City has been postponed until July next. This is Miss Hardy’s first experience as a teacher, but she handles the department with the skill of an old veteran. Fourteen new pupils have been added to Mr. Hcanland’s department since opening, and he now has a total of 42. There are eight children attending Miss Hardy’s department who are under the age required by law. The Trustees will take cognizance of the matter shortly. The Primary Department, under Miss Hardy, is making rapid progress. We were shown some of the work of her pupils yesterday, and it was really creditable. An examination of 8,000 school children in Boston reveals the fact that while eight per cent, of the boys are color blind only one per cent, of the girls are thus afflicted. The new rule adopted by the Han Fran cisco Board of Education in regard to ap plicants for teachers’ positions is having the effect of weeding out a number of in competents. The University of Pennsylvania, at Phil adelphia, has decided to admit hereafter women as well as men to its course of lec tures on modern history, this being the first step it has taken towards the educa tion of the other sex. Hereafter, every Friday afternoon will be devoted to recitations, essays, etc., in tho First and Second Intermediate and Primary Departments. This is an excel lent idea, pji it will accustom the children to speak in public, and will add greatly to their self-possession. The first of these ex ercises was held yesterday afternoon. A school paper is to be started by tho scholars of Mr. Hcanland’s room, to which all can contribute. It will bo read every other Friday afternoon, and the work of editing it will devolve on two pupils, who will be changed every two weeks. The initial number will bo under the super vision of Miss May Ashiui and Miss Lou Klobc. Home days since we called attention to the fact that Mrs. Atwood had more schol ars than could be handled by any person successfully, without a severe mental strain. When writing tho article we were unaware that it would apply equally well to the departments presided over by Mrs. Wendell and Miss Hardy. The number of pupils in their rooms is entirely too large, and the Trustees should, in justice to all three of the lady teachers, secure tho ser vices of another. TRIE LOVE. A WitnfM Who will Hw«*»r It's Course Never Ran Smooth. The Sentinel of yesterday morning among its marriage notices contained the following: February C.—By Justice Cromer, John Northcut to Mrs. Annie Jensen. Thereby hangs a tale. Mr. John North cut is from San Francisco, and everybody unites in declaring him an exemplary youug man, but just exactly how an ex emplary young man could fall into the matrimonial clutches of Mrs. Annie Jen sen no one has endeavored to explain. Mrs. Jensen is better known under the sobriquet of Mrs. Annie Grimm, and for three years has borne the relation of n wife to Charley Grimm, who acts as usher at the Opera llonso. Annie’s course4 in tin said three years has not l>een that of a true and faithful wife, for Charley claims that she was married three times within that period, which, if correct, is sufficient to cause her board to be paid by tho State authorities at Carson for a number of years. Yesterday she- concluded to move lier habitation to moro congenial quarters, hut Grimm, learning of her iiiteulion, caused a writ of replevin to bo issued, charging her with endeavoring to cribhage his property, which was served by Fred. Gorman*, reinforced by Deputy Sheriff Simpson. The gentle Annie tore up the writ in Fred.'a face, and attacked Simpson with a ferocity that caused that officer to vneilate as he never vacilat. d before. The rosult was that Annie was turned over to Jim Ashley's tender mercies, and Grimm Walked off with the furniture. The mat ter will be adjudicated lawfully in a day or two. Import.'ut to .HincrM. Much argument and oral explanation of the mining law of the United Statds is al ways incident to mining districts. The Comm if* inner of the Land Office in Wash ington has recently given an interpretation to the Congressional Mining Law which seems to bo in accordance both with tech nical justice and plain common sense. A mining claim is forfeited whenever the assessment year is so nearly gone that the required work cannot possibly be doue in the time, and possession is not resumed until the locator fully complies with the law in these respects. A relocator who takes possession before the locator’s year expires can not be ousted l»y the latter while holding in conflict with the law. The only safe plan, therefore, is to make sure that a full hundred dollars’ worth of work has been put upon a claim in time to prevent any risk of future trouble. If this interpretation of the law is borne in mind, and its provisions strictly lived up to, it will save much annoyance, and per haps litigation among miners; and those who are holding claims in good faitli should sec that they do not lut the time pass in which to make good their assess ment work. — — Opoaiir; Hull. Mrs. Gallagher, tlio new hostess of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, on South Main street, opened that establishment last night with a dancing party. A large number of our young ladies and gentlemen were present, and the party was kept up until a late hour this morning. It was a pleasant affair, and was worthy the reputation of the pro prietress of the Cosmopolitan, to whom wo wish all manner of success. I'liknoM ia. Coroner Smith, yesterday afternoon, held an inquest over the remains of the man who was found frozen to death in the can yon just below’ the town, and a verdict that lie came to his death from exposure was rendered. Many persons knew the de ceased by sight, but none could recall liis name, and he will till a nameless grave until that day when there will be a final waking. I*iizxIIiiy the LnwyerN. A laughable scene occurred yesterday during the trial of Ehrenwcrth, in Justice Cromer’s office. A witness held up a let ter, which he declared would explain ‘‘ the matter.” The lawyers, Justice and every body else, took the letter iu turn, and everybody turned it upside down in a vain effort to decipher the contents. It was written in Hebrew, and is not considered ' documentary evidence.” IHaehArarcd. Bennett Ehrenwert, charged with lar ceny, from the fact that he had removed goods from his store after being attached by the proper officers, was tried by Jury before Justico Cromer, yesterday, and a verdict of ‘‘not guilty *’ was rendered. There was a large crowd present, and there w as a general expression of approval when the result was announced. On IIIm MiiscIo. The Carson correspondent of the Elko Independent says that Pete C’anavau, who would have been Captain of the Guard in cuho Swift had been elected Warden, is red hot and is ready to whip any man who went back on his word—if he can had him. NEVADA LEGISLATURE. [SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE DAILY SENTINEL. ] Assembly. Carson City, February 7. Governor Kinkead sent in his approval of the Assembly bill providing for the relief of Mr. Holland. Mr. FouIke’s introduced a bill providing for the prosecution of persons diverting water from the Trnckee river proper. Mr. Cassidy’s Senate bill, providing for ascertaining the sentiment of the people by a vote on the Chinese immigration ques tion, was passed. A concurrent resolution was passed call ing upon General McDowell to establish a company of cavalry at Duck Valley during the coming spring, as protection to the set tlers against hostile Indians. Mr. Wermuth introduced a bill defining the duties of Sheriffs. Assembly bill No. 24, providing for the election of the Superintendent and Matron of the Orphan’s Home by the Legislature, was passed by a vote of 30 to 19. Assembly bill No. 21, providing for the formation of school districts from two counties, passed. Assembly bill No. 12, preventing persons passing through enclosures and leaving them open, passed. Bills were passed to pay the claim of Eu gene Blair and James Brown; and to au thorize Reno to issue $20,000 iu bonds for school purposes. Senate. The Haines-Dangl»erg case will be de cided by the Senate to-night. Bills were passed defining the duties of pawnbrokers. To ascertain the will of the people upon the subject of Chinese immigration. To allow six months’redemption of prop erty sold for taxes. To pay deficiencies for the 13th and 14tli AhcuI years. To provide for the payment of certain legislative expenses. The hill to protect the owners of mining shares was ordered engrossed. This last hill permits stockholders, with one-fifth of tho capital stock, to visit the mines twice a month. Senate bills were introduced by Mr. Blair for the better protection of the agricultural interests of the State. By Mr. Stewart, in relation to crimes and punishments. By Mr. Boardman, concerning public highways. Bills were passed to transfer all moneys from the huildingfund to the geneial fund. STATE AN II NEliaIIIMIIt 1IOOIK CoutleiiNCil Item* leaned from Our Exchanges. Lyon county scrip is worth 80 cents on the dollar. The farmers feed grain to quails iu Idaho when snow’ is ou the ground. The advance in lead has resulted in starting up the smelters in Utah. About a thousand head of cattle are be ing fattened for market iu Surprise Valley. Tho Stato of Nevada is the only one in the Union with no debt* and money in the Treasury. “ The Daily Sand Lot,” is the title of an evening paper in San Francisco, devoted to the Workingmen’s cause. There was probably less money invested in stocks last month bv the citizens <*f Tuscarora, than for any previous month since the dull times last summer. A California monster ox was shipped from Downey, weighing over 2,500 pounds. It was six years old, lfi'i hands high, and if thoroughly fat, judges said it would weigh 3,600 ponds. Tho Carson Appeal learns that the mother of Mrs. Lieutenant Governor Adams will arrive iu Carson soon and spend the summer at the pleasant residence of her daughter. The Lyon County I trues says Mr. Hardy, ex-SupennUndent of the Imperial ami Ophir mines, has returned to San Fran cisco. He is thoroughly disgusted with Arizona, and says it is too soon, by some years, for a white man to go there. Ou Monday last (pay-day) the miners of the C. A C., California and Consolidated Virginia donated from their earnings— each man dropping bis dollar or two—the snug little sum of $872 for the assistance of the family of Michael Mclnery. the man lately killed by a blast at theC. A C. shaft. W. W. Barnes, formerly of the “ Borax Miner,” has moved his ollice from Colum bus, Esmeralda county, to Benton, Mono comity, California, and commenced the publication of the “ Mono Weekly Mes senger.” There are at present nearly one thousand Chinamen and only forty w hite nu n work ing on the Southern Pacific Railroad. The white men employed are section bosses and get two dollars per day. The China men receive seventy cents each. A new hook, written by T. R. H. Sten liouse, to bo entitled “The Comstock Illus trated,” will soon be in print, ltisa rehash of the Virginia City correspondent’s letters to the New York Herald, The book will bo finely illustrated, descriptive of Virginia City. Gold Hill and the surrounding neighborhood, and will be valuable as a statistical and historical work. A proposition is on foot, says the Reno Gazette, by the Evans Brothers to supply the town with water by an improved Eastern method. They propose construct ing a penstock, at the bottom of which will be placed one or more turbine wheels, which latter will throw water direct from the river into iron pipes, with a force of 150-foot fall pressure. By this means an uhuudance of water can bo furnished for all purposos and at the same time a most desirable want supplied, viz: providing water for our fire hydrants. Hje mirt Ktcuart. A correspondent of tbo Philadelphia Times writes the following to that paper from Washington: “ Mr. Washburne laughed a moment, and said : ‘Did you ever hear Jim Nve’s story about Stewart? They were fellow Senators together from Nevada. We all knew out there that Stew art had driven an ox-team across the plains. Nye used to get Stewart into a party of gentlemen, and then invent a story that he had encountered him on the plains driving that team. Nye said that as he was coining East on one occasion, lie j saw a number of teams approaching, and lie was excited by seeing a prodigious fel low', lean and wiry, and between six and seven feet high, with bis pants stuck in his boots, and u tremendous whip, which he was laying over the backs of the oxen. As Nve* came nearer and looked at this ox driver. he heard him cry out. as ho laid the whip over the backs of the animals : ‘Whoa, Star ! Gee, Buck ! By God, I know more than both of you ! ’ ” l>till Times. The Reno "Gazette” attributes the tem perance revival to (lull times. Hear it: "That the times are dull is clearly noted by the revival of temperance societies both in this State and California. Our fellow townsman H. B. Maxon organized more lodges during the last two months than could have been organized in six prosper ous years. Washoe even has a prosperous order, and night before last they had a grand installation and a delightful dance. This organization in Reno is very strong, and threatens to become a positive suc cess/* _ A Karr C'liaiicc. Dunkcl & Co. have a largo quantity of clothing on hand which they have detci* miiied to dispose of at remarkably low price?. They are proceeding on the as sumption that it is bettor to get rid of the goods at bankrupt rates than to keep them lying on (heir shelves. Examine their stock, and read their notice. -— lliillion Mti|»iiiout. Wells, Fargo A Co. shipped this morning '8 bars of bullion, valued at $4,901 20. SPECIAL NOTICES. Apfdiil Notice to the Public* We respectfully call your attention to a very large assortment of CLOTHINO and FURNISH ING GOODS that have recently come Into our possession, we haring acquired the same in a settlement with a Ploche Clothing Houae, aris ing out of a bond given to Messrs. P. Berwin k Brother. We are desirous of disposing of the same, and special baroatxs will be given to parties who will form a club and buy in lots of half a dozen pairs of pants ; also, in single lots. We keep constantly ofi hand a very extensive stock of BOOTS and SHOES, which we sell at prices marked away down. O. DUNKEL k CO. Eureka, February 7,1879. febH tf Good Watch-work. Mr. P. Steler informs his c\istomers that he has secured one of the best workmen cn the Pacific Coast, who has long been connected with several of the leading San Francisco houses, and who possesses many testimonials hh to his skill and excellence as a watchmaker. Customers ere notified that Repairing and Cleaning will be promptly attended to, and the work guaranteed to give satisfaction. P. STELER. Jeweler, Main street. Eureka, August 7, 1878. au8 ——-♦-— Heavy Woolen*. Underwear in red, white or grey, of the best and heaviest California all wool goods, in which everybody knows I X L at the Golden Rule Store. _ Furnisher! llooin* to Let. One or two nicely furnished rooms, with or without fire. For particulars inquire over Dunkel k Co.’s dry goods store. Eureka, Dec. 17, 1H7H. _ dl8-tf Watches and Jewelry. If you want your fine watches repaired in the befet manner and guaranteed fur one year to keep correct time, go to Straus’ Jewelry Store below the Parker House. jc8 —- ■ love*. In Buckskin, Woolen or Kid Gloves, Gaunt lets and Mits I X L at the Golden Rule Store. -- - Rubber Goods. All kinds of Boots and Shoes at the very lowest prices—Monitors, Arctics. Snow-exclud ers, Rubbers. "fis a positive fact that I X L in Rubber Goods at the Golden Rule Store. -♦ Striped Stock! nar*. Make your brother a present of a nice half dozen Fancy Half Hose. I X L in prices at the Golden Rule Store. Special Inducement to Smoker*. Yankee Dodge, at his cheap store just above the express office, oilers special inducements to lovers of the weed, and will sell five excel lent cigars for 25 cents. Call and be convinced, janfcl tf Ladies! Do you want to buy your husbands a nice Christmas gift? Seethe fine stock of hand some Meerschaum-Pipes, elegant Cigar-hold ers. in meerschaum and amber; those Russian leather Cigar Cases, and many other beautiful things that are offered at the Golden Rule Store. Notice. If you have a fine or complicated watch or clock, ti music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate and intricate piece of mechanism needing repairs, go to EDW. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clockmaker, one door north of Meyers k Franklin, Main street. All work warranted to give perfect satisfac tion or positively no charge. o2 Nelli tag: oir! My stock of Boot and Shoes, entire or by the single pair, I offer at cost prices, as it is my de sin* to close out this line of goods by the 1st of January, or us soon thereafter as possible. MORRIS H. JOSEPH. Golden Rule store, Eureka. The People Want Proof. There is no medicine prescribed by physi cians, or sold by druggists, that carries such evidence of its success and superior virtue as Borchee’s German Syrup for severe Coughs, Colds settled on the breast. Consumption, or any disease of the Throat and Lungs. A proof of that fact is that any person afflicted can get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents, and try its su perior effect before buying the regular size at 75 cents. It has lately been introduced in this country from Germany, and its wonderful cures are astonishing every one that use it. Three doses will relieve any case. Try it. Sold by all druggists. <i;i.ki5i:at!:s> weiser piano* —AND— Estey Organs. Sherman. Hyde & Co., San Francisco, Pacific Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are con sidered the best and most durable. Oueonly buys a Piano in a life time, therefore get the best, the best is the cheapest, al ways. Prof. Win. Plumhoff, Local Agent, Eureka. WATCIIE* AND JEWELRY RE PAIRED. If you want to have your watches and jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry store, one door south of 8. A shim A Bros., Main street, CloNiug Out. Selling off my entire stock of Stationery, consisting of legal cap. foolscap, note and let ter Paper; pink Tape. PenR,Holders, Inks, Mu cilage, etc., etc.; also, my entire stock of Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Notions, Pipes and Smokers’ Articles. As it is my intention to consolidate business, all of the above will be s.>lil without reserve. MORRIS H. JOSEPH. Golden Rule Store, Eureka. Tobaccos mid Cigars. A well-selected stock of fine-cut and plug chewing and smoking Tobaccos, ami a fresh invoice of Cigars, just received at the Golden Rule Store, where I X L, as the boys all know. Th© Toilet. Fancy Back-hair Brushes, Cloth, Tooth and Shaving Brushes. Combs, Perfumery, etc., at the Golden Rule Store, extraordinary cheap, for I X L, you know. ■ ♦ - • — - Cm I lemon! Ladies’ Purses, Albums, Opera Glasses, Vases, Card Receivers, etc., at the Golden Rule Store, at San Francisco cost. IX L, eh ! --- Cardigan Jackets. All Wool Cardigan Jackets, Woolen Scarfs ami Winter Wear for Gentlemen, in which for cheapness I X L at the Gelden Rule Store. Overalls. All kinds, riveted, self-supporting and leather finished, in blue drilling; drab, brown and slate color duck, fancy* and all kirn’s of over alls. In these goods I X L at the G dden Rule Store. A (•(‘■■tic Hint. # In our style of climate, with i\s sudden changes of temperature—rain, wind and sun. shine often intermingled in a single day—it is no wonder that our children, friends and rela tives are so frequently taken from us by neg lected colds, half the deaths resulting directly from this cause. A bottle of Boshee's German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use, will prevent serious sickness, a large doc tor’s bill, and perhaps death, by the use of throe or four doses. F.-*r curing consumption, hemorrhages, pneumonia, severe coughs, croup or any disease of the throat or lungs, its suc cess is simply wouderful. as your druggist will tell you. German Syrup is now sold in every town and village on this continent. Sample bottles for trial, 10 cents; regular wise, 75 cents. d24-eow NOTICE! New Masprafle Mbs JUST RECEIVED. Mrs. j. straus has just re cEivEDfrom the costume establish ment of Mrs W. G. Taylor, a lot of 500 New Costiiniea, such as Primes, Offi cers, Lords. Dukes, Comic Characters, etc. Persona desiring to give Masquerade Balls can l»e furnished with ALL KINDS OF COSTUMES And NlftMktt, by applving to MRS. J. STRAUS, On Edwards street. Eureka. K/'* Country order* promptly attended to.Tfl Eureka. Nr . ember !<. 187y. n9 If DRY G00D8 AND CLOTHING. GREAT SACRIFICE —O F— Dry Ms anil Cliii -AT MEYERS & FRANKLIN'S! JTtROM THIS DATE, UNTIL FURTHER NO . tick, we will sell our large winter stock of Dry Goods and Clothing FAR BELOW COST! In order to make room for an Immense SPRING STUCK, shortly to arrive. PRICES NO OBJECT ! Come and be Convinced ! MEYERS & FRANKLIN, Main St. W*8 exits for Madame Dexnorest’s reliable patterns. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Eureka, January 28, 1879. jan29tf NOTICE. ON AND ATTEH FEBRUARY 1, 1879, We will Sell —OB— GIVE AWAY Our ENTIRE STOCK of WINTER CLOTHUsT G-, 'I'O MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SI»RfXCi I STOCK, which will arrive about the SECOND DAY of MARCH. •yDon't taae this for granted, but call and see for yourselves, at the Workingmen’s CLOTHING STORE! No. 6 Main Street. JAKE COHEN, Manager. Eureka, January 30. 1879. jau31tf J". STRAUS, EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE IV stock of gold and silver watches, clocks, jewelry, diamonds and silverware, gold pens, gold and silver penholders, of which I have the agency; gold, silver, steel and rubber spectacles and eye-glasses. I have the best selection of spectacles and eye-glasses i^ Eureka, as I make those articles a specialty. Watches, clocks, jewelry, mathematical and astronomical ma chines repaired, and all work warranted or no charge made. J. 8TAU8. Eureka, January 20, 1879. jan21 tf MINING NOTICES. Assessment Notice. Hamburg mining company—loca tion of principal place of business, San Francisco, California ; location of works, Eu reka District, Eureka county. State of Nevada. Notice is hereby giveu. that at a meeting of the Hoard of Directors, held on the third day of February, 1879, an assessment (No. (J) of fifty cents per share Was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary at the olfioe of the Company, Hoorn 4, No. 401 Cal ifornia street. San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the thirteenth day of March, 1879, will l»e delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction ; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, the eighth (8th) day of April, 1879, to pay Vhe de linquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. DAVID A. JENNINGS, Secretary. Office—Room 4. No. 401 California street, San Francisco. California. febCtd Assessment Notice. PHENIX SILVER MINING COMPANY— Location of principal place of business, San Francisco. California ; locatiou of works, Eureka District, Eureka county. Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Direc tors, held on the 7th day of January, 1879, an assessment (No. 18) of twenty-five cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable immediately in United Stntcs Gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the Company, No. 308 California street, San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain utipaid «»u the tenth day of February, 1879, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auctiou ; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Monday the third day of March, 1879, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. JAMES BOLE, Secretary. Office—No. 308 California street, Sun Fran cisco, California. janlO Assessment Notice. VLBION MINING COMPANY—LOCATION of principal place of business. San Fran cisco, California. Location of works. Eureka District, Eureka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 10th day of January, 1879, an assessment (No.2) of twenty (20) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Rooms fi and 7, No. 327 Pine street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Fifteenth day of Febru ary, 1K79, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Friday, the Seventh day of March, 1879, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with cost of adver tising and expeuse of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. F. VEltDENAL. Secretary. Office—Rooms (5 aud 7, 327 Piuc street. Sail Franoisco, California. jnnll td A rebate of one and one-half per cent, will be allowed from date of payment to day of sale. NOTICE. 1TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING the public that Jacob Ruff is not iu my employ, and does not transact any business for me. All parties indebted will please make payments only to me. WM. F. RIDDLING MEYER. Eureka, January 30, 1879. j tin'll liu F O > Miners' and m*,.. i TRADE DEPOT. Lease, Good-will, Fixtures and Stock — OF THE— M. &* Mi T■ Di, FOR SALE CHEAP, -o T^hir is an excellent chance for an enterprising young man to obtain A first-class paying business. LOCATION: One of the mo«t eentral In Eureka* Small Capital Required ! KTFor further particulars inquire of B. J. ASH in. Proprietor. Eureka, January 15, 1879. janlC tf FOR SALE, Two Houses, PARTLY FURNISHED. —IN GOOD— Repair and Locality! Will be sold Cheap if applied for soon. Inquire of FRA\K KOBLES, At the 25-oent Restaurant, on North Main street, Eureka. janlOtf EOiEt SALE, A FIVE-STAMP QUARTZ MILL. FOR FUR J\_ thkk particulars apply to LAMBERT MOLLINELLI k CO., Court-house Block. Eureka, January 23,1879. jan24 tf FOR SALE. I DESIRE TO SELL, UPON REASON ablk terms, my residence on Spring Mpw street, with or without the furniture. For particulars, apply at the premises, or to the undersigned. WM. H. DAVENPORT. Eureka, January 4,1879. jan5 lm FOUR. SALE. A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOB HOtSEKEEP. I no, consisting of bedsteads, bedding; chairs, stoves, etc., ill fact everything suitable for a medium sized family. Everything new and in perfect order. Also, house for rent. Apply at this office for further particulars. jan7 tf ROOMS TO LET, SEVERAL LARGE AND COMFORTABLE Rooms, in suits or single, can be had by inquiring of JAMES A. DENTON, At the Consolidated Boarding House, North Main street. Eureka, December 10, 187 dll TO LET. A NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM ON Spring street, with double bed and heated. Apply at Saddle Rock Restaurant, on Main street, of F. B. ALDERSON. Eureka, December 10,1878. dlO-tf WANTED. „ . Wanted. 1 LADY JUST FROM THE EAST WOULD 2\. like to obtain a position in a hotel of private family. She has had laree experience in the business. Can give satisfactory references. Address “ INEZ,” At the Parker House. Eureka, January 17, 1879. jl8tf A WOMAN, TO DO HOUSEWORK, WHO IS 2\. a good cook, washer aud ironer. Apply at this office. jau‘24 tf Dressmakers Wanted. ri'WO COMPETENT DRESSMAKERS ARE _L wanted immediately. Apply to MBS. SNELL, In Mr. Dimock’s building, nearly opposite thd Metamorns furnace. Eureka, January 23,1879. jan24tf FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER, Watchmaker JEWELER, & keeps constantly on hand a well-selected stock of ^ J_ Diamonds. Gold aud Silver F fcSSkSdafr Watches and Chains, fine XfcaJr Jewelry, Solid Silver aud Plated Ware, and O X. O O K S „ I am also agent for the new style of INITIAL SLEEVE BUTTONS, artistically made aud of beautiful designs. Also a good assortment of Pebble, Concave aud Convex SPECTACLES and EVE-GLASSES, all of which he offers to sell at 25 per cent, less than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Please call at the store, one door south of 9. Ashim & Bro’s, and examine my maguitieeirt stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the times. All of the above are guaranteed to be of the Best Quality, and warranted as represented. N. B.—Special attention paid to watch-work. Watches repaired, cleaned and warranted tot one year. New jewelry made to order, aud jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly attend ed to. IP. STELER. Eureka, January 2, 1879. ja3-tf COBB ONE! COBB ILL!! ^ND SEE MY J NICE ASSORTMENT OP DOMESTIC & IMPORTED CIGARS, All kinds of T0BACC08 ; Pipes, from theeora numest Clay to the very finest Meerschaum j Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and in fact a full line of Nmoket'M' Artieles, Also, STATIONERY, Blauk, Pass and Time Books. A full assortment of the very best Pocket Knives, Albums, Music Boxes. Guitars, Ac cordions, and a great number of other goods adapted for 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 stated. I have a nice S .AM RLE ROOM In the rear, where yon can get the choicest kinds of Wines, Liquors ami Cigars. J. H. MICHEL. Eureka, December II,!378. d’