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•ik artT f MAN (■ authorised to rweiv® nub rPks owing for subscription* will make pay ment to him._^ pOKTttri'I^E 1IOIB*. The office ts open on week d»7" *’ro!" JJ o'clock *. «. to **> *•■ «-. *nd ,ro“ * t o'clock In the evening. _...loss* at Registry and Honey Order business 4 F. If. Railroad mails close st 8 JO r. x. ox grxDat* Th* office is onen from H X. to 1 **■ **' tkmtkhwav•» XrtU'K MALE*. *»„ I rnnclseo Wlock EmehxnE*. XOBKIXO BOARD. 105 Ophir—384 38 255 Gold A Curry—114 114 305 Best A Beloher—194 194 20 U5 California—64 210 Mexican—42H 42 4 4X4 450 Savage—154 1*1# j 80 Con. Virginia—64 64 370 Chollar—8 74 7 1190 Hale'* Noreroga—154 154 16 154 380 Crown Point—54 54 280 Yellow Jacket—20 20 s 1955 Imperial 105c 115 Kentuuk 54 5 4 100 Alpha—23 75 Yellow Jacket—204 480 Belcher—54 5_4 54 54 60 Confidence—154 405 Sierra Nevada—52 524 250 Utah—2li 25 4 25 4 25 24 560 Bullion—7?t 74 550 Excheqncr—84 84 100 bullion-7 4 330 Overman—104 10 4 380 Justice—395c 390c 395o 500 Succor—95c 160 Union-90 83 4 894 610 Alta-9 8 4 9hl0 84 1595 Lady Bryan—75c 83c 70o 615 Julia—1*4 615 Caledonia— 310c 3 305c 665 Silver Hill-21* 230c 395 Challenge—3 295c 290o 450 New York—80c 75c 150 Phil. Sheridan —80c 120 Lady Waahingtoli—180c 1*4 1395 Andes—75c 85c 80c 70c 1090 Ward—l1* 130c 135o 140o 1 '* 100 Well Fargo—Site 590 Scor|>ion--3‘i 340c 195 N. Con. Virginia—10 9 ’* 100 Trojan—35c 200 Overman—10 <4 705 Benton—6‘4 0*4 950 Solid Silver—10c 100 Andes —1 75c 7300 Con. Dorado -3 230c 750 Flowery—1 llnc 115c 2315 N. Bonanza—2'* 270c aaa’t pd 500 Flowery—1 '4 195 Mackey—2'4 290c 285e 2H 100 Exchequer—8 8‘j 250 Mountain View—2 11* 20 Beat A Belcher—19*4 60 Tiptop—95c 250 (). Terra—13 8g) Vortex— 90c 85c 500 Fourth of July—80c 440 Addenda—90c 85c 2500 North Bonanza—21* 300 Summit—240c 100 Oiant and Old Abe—1 100 Argenta—1 50 Grand Prize 3S, 255 Occidental 60o 80c 200 Belle Lie—140c 300 Leviathan—70c G3c 50 Phenix—2 *4 300 8. Potosi 75c 130 Benton - G’« 155 Now York—73o 300 Morgen ta 15u 50 Chollar—8 105 Flowery - -120o 1 '* 111) Best A Beleher—19It 105 Raymond A Ely—6 0*4 105 Eureka Cor.— 18t* 18 18*4 350 Lady Bryan —75c 50 Jackson— 5 H J23 Andes- 70c 300 Belmont—60c 55c 600 Leefmrc)— l. COO Gila —40c 100 Defrces -19c 180 Grand Prize—3 <4 315c 605 Argenta—1 700 N«wajo—30c 300 Endowment 30c 500 N. Star -00c 55c 2215 Belle Lie -La 130c 110c 135c 1(8) Day —1 505 Hillside—215c 2'* 1.50 Higbbridge— 30c 35o 100 Paradise—145c 140c 1711 Del Monte- -J SOU Albion-»>o 800 N. Bonanza 24 770 Bodio—40 304 404 530 Beditel—210c 230c 230c 220c 213c 2 440 MeCl'nton—1 4 140c 610 Tioga—34 800 Summit—24 230c 2'* 103 Bnl war—12 11 4 114 550 Syndicate—34 360o 470 Gnodshaw -75c 63c 100 Concordia 30c 18.104.22.168 Belvidore—14 200 Champion—35c 40o 93 Blaekhawk -260c 310 South Bodie—35c 50o 410 8. Standard —10c 510 Mono-9 94 94 390 Con. Paicflc—5 4 54 1500 Univeraitr—1 9<)e 95c 380 Dudley 120c 14 115c 120c 610 Jupiter—73c HOo GO N. Noonday—110c 1295 H. Bulwcr- l#5c 169c 155o 101 Oriental—20c 375 Mammotb---14 4 15 114 550 Noonday—24 24 250 Occidental-60o 50o 200 Belle Tale-140c 800 Lovitbian—70c C3c 100 Richer—80c 50 Belvidore—170c 100 Syndicate—3 4 50 Blaekhawk—24 400 Bechtel—2 105 Andee~80c 100 Leviathan -60c MTBEKrs.~l:SO p. N. Bodie, 42 4 b; Lady Bryan, 80b; Sierra Nevada, 324b; Hale A Noreroae, 154b; Gould A Curry. 114 b; Bocl I tel, 220l>; Ophir, 38b; Utah, 23b; Chollar, 74 b; Union, 884b; Justice S93h; Mono, 84b: Benton. 6b; Mexican. 424b;Con. Virginia, • 4a; Alta, 8t%a; Argcnta, lb; New York, 80a; Alpha. 23b; Tioga. 34a; Savage, 15b; Lady Washington. 14,.; Yellow Jacket 204b; Crown Point, 64b; Imperial, 183b; Exchequer, 7 4b; Raymond A Ely, 64b Bullion. 74b; Justice, 4b; Beat A Belcher,’ 194b; Flowery. 1901>; N. Bonanza, 24b. ARRIVALS ASD ItKPARTI'RLS. •f THR KURKKA AND PA Lit a OK RAILROAD. nepnrtiir«« YetterilRy. ® W Levan MIm N Cunntngh.n Ed A Hlttllmatl Walter RroiuAeUl W L Davie Win nice A R CHIU. L L L.ngdon Ohna rnllma Frank Oeyer BH EI.m Mutt Kyle i B Uarell F A McDonald Arrival. U,| Nlchl. i.W Io'^bT^ M" E R Well. Alei 8 Oold Mr. Cottle oeo Stinmond. Mia. M E Cottla OeoBooth MIm LI III. Wlap H Ellera Mia. Long F F Ryan M Mitchell Ploche, llitmllton a.d Earekalda*. A ARRIVAL*. 0 J Landing Judge Duah DEPARTURE*: A B Harvey Nancy Cleary L Murphy Well*, Fargo * t'o'a letter l.int. The following letter waa received at Welle, Fargo h flo'a Office laat evening and not delivered : Oeo Bimouda 1 ncHlIeil for Nensiige. There is an uncalled for message at the Western Union Telegraph Office for Bobert j A> W®Tin, CHURCH CHIMES. Service* end Senate** 'I* lh« on* ClmrehM Te-dwy. Philo Phelps* them© to-night will be “The Penny Wise and Pound Foolish Peo ple.” This is Pentacost Sunday, and impres sive services will be held in the Catholic Church. Regular services will be held in the Episcopal Church to-day, morning and evening. Rev. P. Cox will preach in the Ruby Hill Methodist Church, at 7:30 o'clock this evening, Mr. Ricker will 1>© unable to preach in Eureka to-day, owing to the moving of the Court-house. Rev. Mr. Crawford will depart on Tues day ou his regular monthly visit to Pali sade and Carlin. There will he preaching at the M. E. Church, Ruby Hill, l»y Philo Phelps, next Tuesday evening. Miss Minnie Herring has been added to the Catholic choir. It now numbers some of our best singers. Services will be held at 11 o'clock this morning, in the "Methodist Church, Ruby Hill, Mr. Ricker officiating. Class meeting will he held in the Methodist Church, Ruby Hill, at 10 o'clock this morning, Oliver Rule, leader. A number of hymn hooks for the urc of the Methodist Sunday school have just been received. New Sabbath school supplies and attrac tive Sunday school papers, etc., have been received for the little folks at the Presby terian school. During the Sunday school services last Sabbath, Bishop Whitaker closely ques tioned the scholars, and reviewed their les sons for the past year. He expressed him self as highly gratified with the result of his examination, and complimented the teachers and Mr. Crawford upon the pro gress made, and the thorough manner in which it was evident the scholars had been trained. DimXAUE. The Result of the Drainage Com mittee’* l,nbori. At a meeting of the Committee on Drain age, recently appointed bv the Board of County Commiasionera, held at the office of Thomaa J. Bead, Eaqr., last evening, the following members of the Committee were present, viz.: Dr. M. B. Chamblin, Dave E. Baily, J. 8. Whitton, Thomas J. | Head, Henry Mau and A. Skillinan. Messrs. K. Bickard, J. L. Hinckley and W. H. Remington being absent. After considerable discussion it was re commended that, as a sanitary measure, a covered wooden-box, 12x10 inches in the clear, made of two inch plank, 18 feet long, should be made and placed in the bottom of the big ditch,” and be anchored by pi* ces of timber embedded under the sewer, and rumiing across the ditch at right angles with the sewer, and that the anchor timbers to l*e placed 18 feet apart. The anchor timbers to he 10 fe t long, 4xG feet, aud set on the e Ige. The boxes are to be nailed with 40-penny nails, aud placed one foot below the bottom of the ditch. The box at the upper end of the ditch to be made with a flare, and a grating to he placed at its head. It was also recommended that the box sewer be commenced at Silver ntrect, and 1*6 continued through the ditch to Wells A Co.’s foundry. Ti.e e-oim.it d cost of the work will be 80 cents per foot, or a sum total of about $! ,500. The Committee then adjourned* Kll.TKR REEF KIRXED. The Whole Toma Reporter! to be In Ashes. About a week ago a serin of Arcs oc curred in Silver Beef, and the town nar rowly escaped sharing the fate of Eureka. The Arst Are destroyed about 200 cords of wood belonging to the Christy mill, aud o!io or two other fires followed. Yesterday afternoon Ed Dean received a telegram, stating that the entiie town had been de stroyed. No particulars as to the origin of the fire have been received, nor is the actual loss known, but the tenor of the dispatch received by Ed, was to the effect that the whole town was in ashes. Festival on Itiaky Ilill. Oa Thursday evening next a festival arid fair will be given in the Methodist Church, Ruby Hill, the proceeds of which will be donated to it* benefit. Mr. YV. IT. Pen rose canvassed Eurek i last night for con tributions. and in a abort time had col lected a sufficient number of articles to start a first-claw variety store. The con tributions embraced almost every con ceivable article, and among the contribu tor* are Messrs. P. Bteler, Don trick A Co., Meyer* <1 Franklin. Bart. Ashim, Edward Wilhelm, Lou llvans. j. Straus, Bliu Brothers, Sam. Friedman, the YY’hite j House, 0. Duukcl. the New York Store. ! YV. H. Clark. YV. H. Stowell, J. H Michael, and Sol. Ashim. The articles were collected in a couple of hours, and i proves that our merchants are always open handed and ready to a.ssist any charitable undertaking. An Italian « elebratlon. To-day is the anniversary of the adoption j of the Constitution by which Italy is now governed, and our Italian residents will celebrate the event in a befitting manner at John Torre’s Garibaldi House, on lower Main street. Their Constitution was adopted in 1848, under Charles Albert, and at that time Italy only embraced Sardinia ami Piedmont. Amendment* were made under Y’ictor Emanuol in 1859, and during his reign Italian unity became a fixed fact. June 1st is regardtd by all Italians in the same light tliut we look upon July 4th, aud is as universally celebrated. Lend. The “Mining Record” aays the market of common pig has assumed a very tame ap pearance since the last large movement noticed in its last issue, and the only busi ness in progress has been small jobbing sales to the trade at 3-8 cents, the aggre gate not exceeding 100 tons. The demand is limited and the few bids made are at 3 cents with stocks firmly held at 3-8. Re fined is nominally quoted h cents but no business of importance has transpire 1. The Slitewnlk*. A petition was circulated yesterday, and nuincroualy signed, requesting the Com missioners to order property-owners on Main street, who have not yet built, to immediately lay their sidewalks in con formity to tho established grade. It will be brought tu the attention of the Board to morrow. Among the signers were sev eral who, should the Board pass an order to that effect, would be called upon to comply. Contruet Aaar,letl. Mr. J. W. Lockwood has secured the contract for the erection of Mr. J. Togui ni’a new building on Luther Clark's old lot. on Main street. It will ho a two story frame, amt the contractor agrees to build it for $3,000. Oti a Visit tu the llay. Griff. J. Griffiths, Superintendent of the Wales Con., leaves for San Franciaco this morning on business connected with this mine, lie will carry with him the good wishes of a host of friends. I,»ilg« Meeting. Bullion Encampment No. 10 I. O. O. F., will meet to-morrmv in Odd Fellows’ Hall. I All patriarchs in good standing are re quested to attend, as business of import ance la to be transacted. FLl'K DIJHT. Hemps from the Note-book of the Mentlners Reporter. The District Court^has adjourned for the term. Morris H. Joseph yesterday located the Botaunock mine, on Prospect Mountain. Mr. Monaco is building a convenient and handsome residence on Spring street. Dr. Bookman has opened an office on Buel street, two doors above Mrs. Much's. The Court-house is an elephant of huge proportions, but it is slowly crocping into place. A census of the Ruby Hill school dis trict shows 1G1 children between the ages of 6 and 18 years. The lot on which the Corner saloon formerly stood will, in all probability, change hands next week. Sheriff Kyle has left for Stockton with Thomas, the dipsomaniac, whom he will place in the Insane Asylum. Lambert Molinelli A Co. have secured an office in Mrs. Aslum’s new building on the comer of Buel and Bateman streets. The regular monthly meeting of the Hook and Ladder Company will be held in Judge Cromer's office to morrow even ing. On motion of plaintiffs attorney, the case of O. W. Lamoureux vs. O. Ceieni, was dismissed in the District Court yester day. Colonel Dave Manlieim was engaged yesterday in superintending the building of a handsome awning in front of Dou trick A Co.’s. The regular annual meeting vof the Al bion Mining Company will be held at the office of the Company, No. 327 Pine street, Sun Francisco, Cal., on Tuesday next. The annual meeting of the Tybo Con solidated Mining Company will be held at the office of the Company, in San Fran cisco, on Wednesday next. Paxton A Co. generously cashed the county’s warrant for $200 for the purchase of the Nob Hill hose carriage. Although not due for some three months, the bank made no charge. PEttftOXAU. Senator Doolin is on the Comstock. Judge Davenport was in Reno on Friday. C. J. Lansing, Esq., got homo from Hamilton last night. J. W. Lambert returned by last night’s train from California. Captain Plummer, of Mineral Hill, is in town, renewing assurances with his numer ous friends. Judge Rush, Chief Justice of White Pine, is among us. He will remain in our midst several days. Mr. W. E. Griffith spent yesterday among his friends on the Rase Range. He is eu route for the East. He will lie absent about six weeks. We acknowledge the compli ments of a call. Tilt: IIAI.II Y SOIR. Reorganization of Che Company— Officer* Fleeted. This is the somewhat odd name of a mining company, says the “N. Y. Mining Record,” started into new life, uuder an organization the names in the direction of which promise, at least, a reputable man agement of its property. The trustees elected on the 19th instant, in this city, assures this much—a most important mat ter to shareholders. Reside the Raldy Sour mine itself, the company have a con trolling interest in the Sweetwater miue, which adjoins it. We understand there is to he a division of this interest during the comiug summer, among the Raldy Sour stockholder. Wm. M. Lent, of Califor nia, is largely interested in this company. The Sweetwater ground takes in the famous old Double Eagle mine, from which very rich ore. running $1,300 per ton, has been taken. The present indica tions in the Rroken Barrel shaft of the Sweetwater mine are of the most promis ing character. The Combination shaft of the Sweetwater and Raldy Sour gives great promise, etc. The list of stockholders in this Company shows many of the most promising mer chants and bankers of New fork and other cities. 'The Company is organized under the laws of the State of New York, and the Trustees recently elected arc : Eugene Robinson, President; William H. Drew, Vice-President; Platt C. Dickinson, Secretary and Treasurer. James A. Robin son. Oliver S. Dawson, Charles E. Quincy, Trustees; 8. F. Paul, Superintendent. The mines are located at Treasure Hill, near Treasure City, White Pine county, Nevada, about 9,000 feet above sea level. Capital stock is $1,000,000; divided*into 100,000 shares of $10 each. Stock non assessable. Iii>ii>lvllle a* It In. An old resident of Halt Lake who sought his fortune in Leadville, writes the follow ing not highly flattering account of that ramp: “Merchants are skirmishing for busiuess, and many declare they are not paying expenses; restaurants are going t>e hind. One of the principal restaurant pro prietors told me his receipts had fallen from $400 to $75 per day; Ins rent is $300 per month and he must ino itablv close his business. The hotels now ha lie ample room for all their guests; the saloons are not overrun with custom; the theatres are not patronized as they were; lumber has dropped from $55 to $17 per 1,000, and freight from the end of the track has fallen to two cents per pound. The coming crowds have lessened, while the depar tures have increased. Fifty-live dollars for lumber induced the erection of forty saw mills; high prices for goods brought in hundreds of merchants; while live cents per pound for freight mentioned in Kansas ami Missouri was of itself sufficient to send every available quadruped in those States to the front to haul for Leadville. Ho everything has been overdone. Real estate now has no tixed price, and lucky is the poor fellow who can get .30 percent, of what lie considered his property was well worth two mouths ago.” The Aiitl-fhlncse l.engne. Tlie Virgiuia "Chronicle” atal-s that all interest in the anti-Chinese movement, started in that city some mouths ago, seems to have almost entirely died out. The meetings, which w re at tirst very nu merously attended, are now extremely slim affairs. This is thought to lie due, not so much to a lack of interest in the anti Chinese movement, as to the want of some one to infuse a little life into the move ment. There has been nothing put forth to attract an assemblage st the meeting* no band, procession or other demonstra tion. The result has beeu ttiat the attend ance has dwindled down next to noth ing, and John appears again, as many times before, in the ascendant. At the last meeting of the Leaguo there were scarcely enough mouthers present to form a quorum. Freshly I’ltliilsl lloonis. The impression that those who inhabit rooms freshly painted are in danger of lead poisoning, has been shown by Dr. Clement Biddle to be quite unfounded. He liases th s statement upon the result of the following experiment. He introduced into a close box a number of sheets of paper saturated with white (load ) paint, and upon the bottom of the box placed a shal low dish of pure (distilled) water, previ ously tested, to make sure of its perfect freedom from impurities, and from lead in particular. After an exposure to the at mosphere of the box for three days, the water dish was removed, acidulated with nitric acid, sod treated with sulphurcted hydrogen, when not a trace of lead precip itate occurred. Dr. Biddle therefore at tributes the colds and other unpleasant consequences experienced by sleeping in freshly-painted aparuueiits, to the irritat ing action of the vapors of turpentine on the lining membrane of the air-passagea, ■ AMD TIMES. The MliUlin of Bmlnru Men and Mechanic*, and the Can**. It ia doubtful if » community ever ex isted, oue-b*lf of which did not eontinnslly prate of hard times. It is the case now in Eureka, and nearly all onr exchanges com plain to a greater or less extent. Tbe "Times-Review” is about the only excep tion. It bits the nail squarely on the bead, and aays that notwithalanding tbe people of Tuacarora talk of dnll times there was never so few idle men in the camp aa at the present time. The crop prospect was never better than it is this season. There was never ao much ore in sight in the mines as now. There is less talk about going to other localities, but some people can be satisfied under uo cir cumstances, and every now and then they say the camp has played out. Such is uot tbe fact, liusiuess men in town think there is a marked improvement in all kinds of busiuess during the past month. If the streets are quiet, and few people are to be seen on them, it is because the men about town bave no time fur loafing, they are employed in the minea and milla. There is a good deal of truth in tbe ob servations of the “Times-Review.” A busi ness man will complain of hard times, but will not stop to consider that be may be one of a dozen doing business in a town where half the number conld supply all demands without making more than a rea sonable per centuge on the capital invest ed. A mechanic may stand on a street corner for weeks with his hands stack complacently in his pockets, and dolefully declare that' times are terribly dull. He fails to realize that his non-sucoess is due to the fact that the demand for tabor in the camp may have been supplied long be fore bis arrival, and instead of at once seeking other Helds he, Jlicawber like, ex hausts his limited resources in waiting for something to "turn up.” If men will per sist in risking their capital under auch circumstances, and laborers continue to flock to localities without taking the trouble to institute inquiries as to their prospects of obtaining employment, they should not attribute their misfortunes, in case their expectations are not realized, to hard times, but rather to their own lack of judgment. Post |>o lied. The opening and consideration of bids for the building of the International hotel, has been postponed until Wednesday even ing next. This stop was deemed necessary, as some of the parlies who desired to com pete for the job sent elsewhere for esti mates as to the cost of material, and as no answers had been received in several in stances, asked for a postponement, which was granted. Tlie Kau Francisco Brewery. No better brewery, it ia claimed, exists in the State than that of the San Fran cisco. located on the corner of Main and Gold streets. The beer brewed cannot be surpassed in quality, as can be testified to by the numerous patrons of the establish ment that daily and nightly gather in the commodious saloon of the proprietors. Centennial Uaartl Pteule. The picnic to be given on the llth of the present month by the Kuby Hill Centeu' nial Guard, promises to be the grandest affair of the kind that has ever been given in Eureka. A large parly will go from Eu reka, and it is thought a number of the mines on the Hill will close for the day, in order to enable their employes to attend. The tickets have been placed at the low price of £2, and can he obtained at the principal business houses in Eureka and on the Hill. Hold Arrival*. Turner House—H. Bocket, John Ros qnett, E. T. liyan, Eureka; Mr. McMartin, Hoosac Mine. Jackson House—H. Bush, Hamilton; C. C. Van Blarcom, Eureka ; Henry Eilcr, Pioclie. Parker House—E. Baker, E. N. Wells, Winuemucca; Geo. H. Booth, Hollister; Geo. Lantourcux, Joseph M’Cumber, San Francisco. Ilnakeir* establishment. Mr. Haskell’s new furniture wareroomB, on Buel street, arc now filled with furni ture of every conceivable description, and his upholstery department is again run ning. All his goods are of the best quality, and be is selling at lower prices than ever before. A handsome bedroom set.is offered for $5i, and other articles arc sold at equally low prices. A New Restaurant. Christian Schneller will open a two and four-bit restaurant on Main street, next to the Sacramento Market, to-morrow. He proposes to run a first-class place, and will give customers excellent meals for the prices named. No Chinamen will be em ployed, aud the proprietor, being himself an adept in the art of cooking, will per sonally superintend that part of the busi ness. The Epicurean Roatanrant. Mrs. Ashim opens out her new and ex tensive restaurant for dinner to-day. The very beat the market affords will bespread. Call and examine the viands, and the whole pet-np of the establishment. This restaurant will hereafter be known by the name “ Epicurean.” * A Wood Dinner. Mrs. Higlev has made great preparation to give her patrons an extra dinner to-day. NEVADA NEW A. Item* or Iiatcrent Culled from State Exrliauzaa. The Masonic Order in Elke have decided to celebrate 8t. John's Day. The Virginia “Chronicle” designates the Reutz Minstrels as “females who carry their akirts at half mast.” Mrs. Wes. George, of Carson, put her valua bly jewelry in the oooking-etovc to keep it se cure from burglars. The hired girl did not know it wns there, when she made a Are which destroyed it. Four water-carrier# now And lucrative em ployment selling water to residents of Sutro, at prices ranging from 1*5 to 2H cents per gal lon. according to th quantity consumed. The Reno “Journal” says: “The Robertson process for working free and rebellious ores ia beginning to attract much attention among our m<uing men. In fact, it is being generally sought after by experts. The inventor claims that it will work equal to a Are aseay. W. II. Treadway, of this place, has theroughly ac quainted himself with its workings, and is now engaged In testiug the basest ores of Peaviue aud Pyramid mining districts, and always with perfect success. SPECIAL NOTICES. Arebsrr* A solid walnut, steel.bow Archery Gun, only $1 60. at BVRT ASHIM'3 Miuers' and Mechau tea’ Trade Depot. Somctliinir Keir. Patented reversible, riveted gauntlet buck skin Mitts, for sale only at BART A8HIMB’ Miners’ and Mechanic’s Trade Depot. Get a roll of choice Gilt-edge butter at FRANK DOUTRICK A CO*8. Take a look at those nobby Scotch chiveoft shirts. The finest line ever brought to Nevada has just been received st FRANK DOUTRICK k CO'8. Headquarters for Gentlemen's Outfitting. Jttst to baud, fifty white coats, for barbers, waiters and barkeepers, at $2 each, at the Headquarters. FRANK DOUTRICK k CO. --- Some very stylish straw and summer hats; also light-weight office coats. Call and get prices, at FRANK DOUTRICK A CO'S. Something very nobby in chivoet, percalea and calico shirts, just to hand, at the Head quarters, SPECIAL NOTICES. A MAN HURGJN TYBO! Mr. A. and Mr. B. started from Tybo on tbe 10th of last month. Mr. A., being an old ’4Ser, called at the WORKWOMAN'S CLOTHING STORE, and purchased a nuat and nobby outfit. Mr. B., being a stranger, went to some other store, and for twice the amount paid by Mr. A., purchased an old shelf-worn suit. On their return to Tybo, tbe contrast was so ridiculous that tbe c it. sens called an indignation meet ing, and hung Mr. B. to the nearest telegraph pole, with the following placard on his breast and back: “ This man did not buy these clothes he has on from the ‘Workingman’s Clothing Store.’ ” After hanging for three hours, he was pro nounced dead, and the people telegraphed to the “Workingman’s Clothing Store’’ to have that house send on a suit to bury him in. The Coroner held an inquest, and returned the fol lowing verdict: “We find that Mr. B. came to his death at the end of a rope, the other end being in the hands of many cltisens; that we hold no one to blame for his death,, as it was well deserved. Fur thermore, we would warn any person or per sons who may be coming this way, not to come unless they buy their clothes at the best and cheapest place In Eureka. This is “A sad, but not o’er true tail.” For the originator, call at the WORKINGMAN'S CLOTHING STORE, Two doors below Paxton k Co’s Bank. Friends, to save your lives, and money, too, buy your goods of us, and only us. Should you be poor, you can have all kinds of goods at your own price. my*25 Etllee. AH parties Indebted to M. H. Joseph, of the Golden Rale store will oblige him by coming forward and nettling their accounts; and those having bills against him will please present them ae soon as convenient. my?4 GREAT SUCCESS! IT IS AH ESTABLISHED FACT I -THAT Elias & Bro’s DRY GOODS BUSINESS IN EUREKA, NEXT DOOR TO THE WHITE PINE BANK, MAIN STREET, Is Highly Successful! And Very Gratify Any to the Firm! MORE NEW GOODS! And In Large Quantities, Received To-day, by ELIAS * BRO., CONSISTING OF A TINE STOCK OF CENTS’ CLOTH I NG! NOTE PRICES : Fine Cassimere Suits, COAT, PANTS AND VEST, Sellluf For *S 00, 012 OO and 01ft OO! WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR At Similar Low Prlrti! Fine Calf Boots, And HATS for Men and Boys, At Greatly Red need Rate* I ALL OF WHICH MUST BE SOLD DURING THE NEXT 30 DAYS. REMEMBER, ELIAS & BRO S GRAND SALE COMMENCES TO-DAY, And will continue on until tho bulk of tholr stock is sold. BARGAINS Will Certainly Be Giren TO CASH BUYERS. Go to the Hew Store, end Bnj All Ten Ten at) Such Remarkably Low Prices. KUAI A BBO. Enrtka, Mar M, 1MV. IMMENSE Bankrupt Sale! For Sixty Days Only ! HO HUMBUG ABOUT THIS I ^HB OF THE mill AND BEST A8S0BTED STOCKS OF Gents9 Clothing AND FURNISHING GOODS ! That wa» ever brought to thle State, MUST BE DISPOSED OF within the next sixty days REGARDLESS OF COST, FOR CASH ONLY 1 All Wtsl Shatter Hose. Eight Pair ter |l. Ire a Fraaee rattan Hate, 12 Pair ter 73 rente. Hew York Hllla White Mhlrta. ter 81. French Percales and Cheviot Mhlrta, 73 cents ta 81. All Waal ramlaaera Knits, team 87 SO ta 820. Fine French Wanted Malta, team 813 ta 823. And all ather goods In lihe prapartlaa. HP Remember the piece, NO. 45 MAIN STREET, EUREKA, Five door* ebove ibe Parker House, fmr Mxty Beys Only, And * (irnniee Rank' rnpl knle. It ie the only piece in town where yon CAN OET MORE THAN VALUE FOB TOUR MONET. LOU. HYAMS, MANAGER. Eureka, May 1», 187,. mj-20-tf GRAND 1879. SPRING OPENING, 1879. FARMER A LESSER’S New York Store! LABGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING! LADIES’ AND CENTS’ FURNISHING COOD8, Boot* asnd kkee*, Hals and Caps, and Notions, ewer brought to Netadi', We make a specialty of Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’ READY-MADE SUITSAND UNDERWEAR! .WE OFFER BARGAINS! la Ladles* and Misses' Trimmed and latrlmmed HATS AND MILLINERY GOODS ! Our stock is complete in every department, and LOW PRICES IS OUR RULE! We solicit an examination of our goods, which we will show with pleasure. Orders from the country will receive our prompt and personal attention. FARMER * LESSER. Jiloreka, April 7,1879. *p8-t White House CLOTHING EMPORIUM The new prietor guarantees to the people of eukeka and vicinity that ha . keep constantly on hand a NEW AND SELECTED STOCK of CUSTOM AND READY-MADE MEN’S, BO'S’S’ A.3Srr> YOUTH’S CLOTHING, Of the finest and most durable fabrics ; also a first-class selection of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, Trunks, Valises, and Satchels. We make CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS a specialty only, and are enabled to keep a larger variety and better selected stock than any other house in this place. Being permanently located in Sau Francisco, my facilities for purchasing goods cheap and at the lowest possible figures is unsurpassM—the benefit of which I shall give to my customers. Hence I will NOT BE UNDERSOLD by any fiam in Eureka. Soliciting a share of publlo patronage, I am, respectfully, Proprietor White Donate Store. Eureka, May 2, 1879. m3»tf IMPORTANT TO THE TRADE ! Tba aaderalpaod baa opeuad a rirat-C'laas Wboleaala Liquor, Gigar and Tobacco House -IN THE ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING, Where he Is Reedy to COMPETE with any San I rauriaro Eastern Houses, in PRICES and TERMS. I also call the Attention of HOTELS -A-ISriD FAMILIES -TO MT WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND CIGARS! Please call and Examine the Goods. MAX OBEBFEUDER.