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LOCATION Or TH* NATIONAl
ririfAL
The bet weather and rua*<qm»l dearth
of topic* »f general interest haa brocghl
tbe question of tbe location of the Na
tional Capital again to the asrfaoe. The
Sew Tern -Herald” a few day* ago had a
long editorial urging, for reason* mt**f»c
tory to the -Herald,” the removal <d ,b*
capital to Abet eily. The St- Leuia "Time*
Jourail” ia hhevriae favorabie to a raanoral
from Washington to tbe geographical cen
tre, which it locate* in the neighborhood
of St. Loam. There i* nothing more cer
tain than jA.t the capital will not go to
Sew Turk city. Ito polio* ,orCT- ,f “°,h‘
ing rise. would be a ralid objection. We
cannot afford to incur the rwk of taring
oar Senator*, who might happen to be
walking with their wiveaia the Tart, locked
in the ataiioe-bona# crv*r sight, or to have
oar boeorahie member* eiabbed on the
•taps of the Capitol. The geographical
centre theory wa* adopted in tbe aikcuon
of lha prevent site- U that principle ia
to govern, no change can be made with
»ny guarantee that it *fll he permanrat.
fur the centre ia an extremely variable
point. When the ‘TUeaa-JoeraaT’ man file*
it near 8t. Looi*. he evidently men* to
leave Alaska entirely eet in the cold. If
ba will take a map at North America and
examine with an eye to latitude and longi
tude. he will dad that, dxing the Capital
- Portland, Oregos. or pvrbipa on
Puget i Sound, will entitle tbe member
from Behring's strait* district and the
mrml rr frost Key Want, Florida, to aboot
the same average mik-age. If we should,
in the carat of time, afaaurb British
America, the Government building* would
require to be again taken down and set op
somewhere in Manitoba, or Lake Wionipg
or the Bed Hirer of the North. Should
wc aae St to appropriate the ro*t at Not tb
America, the national centre at gravity
would then seem to fall ia I be vicinity of
Lincoln. Nebraska. In view of all this un
certainty it would appear to be about aa
well for the present to allow the Capital to
remain on tbe bank* of the Potomac.
THE YELLOW urot'EGC.
It m the ipiion of some of the physi
cian* who participated in the discussion
last fall ill respect to the yellow fevir in
jifaetKippi Valley, that it would re
torn thir summer. So far aa Memphis ii
concerned their apprehension* appear to
hare teen well founded. It it by do means
cer tain that the yellow fever, which it i*
announced has broken out in that city,
will take the form of an epidemic; hot the
Board of Health regard the matter so seri
ously aa to issue an order to the people to
remove their families quietly to a place of
safety until it is ascertained whether the
fever will assume an epidemic form. There
fa every reason to hope that if the yellow
fever should reappear at other places than
Memphis. it will be divested of much of its
virulence by the unusual care that ha*
been taken to cleanse and purify the cities
that were subjected last year to this
scourge. Even if Memphis should be the
only saff.nr, and the carts Ihere pro
Mund to be only sporadic, the effect of
the fever reappearing at all will be un
fortunate in reap'd both to travel and
business at the South. The stampede of
families fa scarcely likely to be confined to
Memphis, for the mere dread of another
visitation will cast a cloud over the cities
as yet untouched. This is the more to be
deplored because the fear* of a recurvet-ce
were subsiding, and a revival of business
was looked forward to with confidence. It
fa to be hoped, however, that it will soon
be shown there is to b* no considerable
prevalence of the fever.
. m m u ■
Tux Sew York -World has compiled a
table of the number of person* who were
killed or wounded os the Fourth of July
to the Carted States. This lot fa necensu
rily only a partial one. but it foots up
eighteen killed and oae hundred and seven
OA complete last would desht
han doable the number of the
■ad if the rtnfarsf ibe wound
ed who have since died, or who will die. 1
euaM he ascertained. the list of fatal cases ’
weald probably be doubled. Plated* and
fift-crscierm, and the like expkaerrs, did
thfa fatal swk Tbs World' suit* from
fas fast the has of proper:.; sad damage to
limbs rasalttog from fm started by fire
work*. la Sew York, it tor tiers were
twenty fins da* directly to the Iwarhenah j
style cf uhhrtha, and to Fsdtolpkii
Kens -Journal Las -hr fiflitii) ,
Las -»--A- »
*MM S3
m d Emrtk*. m tk i
«l ttut Cniry !
sny nnm
hex of ndditaonal eenrtuem. provided th*
sam total for ah each fan not ranch Alto.
It may ha gaol law, hat the hapraane
Court has never yet ptonul <p* the qaeo
tfoa. If th* deemtoa as nunnd. there fa
hardly a Board of Cmnieimrt tn the
Stale bat have vwdaled toe law. W*
should like to have thu stfato d the
higher Court upon the question.
smu xm
Hr— rl lalrml (MM bona Mas*
Eirtaasm.
ilftUa < ini sew fWilon came in Jalv
WIl
Grasshopper* are Mill ravaging Paradise
Valley.
A party et turn will leave Tusearora to
morrow f«r Yankee Fork.
Mrs. Marika-Portaou accompanies Kim
Bharwin to the Saab
It coat Virginia S1.880.7S for its eel*
brmiioa oa the Fourth.
Piute* are emigrung from Austin to
Stillwater, Churchill corny.
From July 1 to July IS the PoMoffice at
An*tin issued Sl.Sti.Ot ia uaoDcy order*.
A Reno faro game lost Si,000 ia a duple
of days, sad thw proprietor* cuucladed to
A child one year and acres mouths old,
and who only weighed aevea pounds, ha*
(oat died at Reno.
A Vianemucca baby waa found playing
with a lira scorpion about two taebo* long,
but wae not slang.
Tbs beat ia now eo groat in the Julia
mine that the miner* are obliged to sear
ahirta to protect the blistering of tbs skin
of their arm* and bodice.
Druakeoaee», Bghls and borne stealing
have become eo prevalent in Paradise that
a vigilance committee ha* been organised,
and a radical change in the name of the
town ia con tern pi. ted.
The engineer of a Urge Pittsburg ma
chine chop mid “Damme” inadvertently,
and. being a pinna man. wia an worried by
bit slip that he thought he wa* going
r»*y and asked to be cent to Uw asylum. 1
eastern news.
NICHT DISPATCHES.
jarrnaL to ran «cuu >mi mmm. |
Gnat aid the Darien Canal.
ZACH CHAHOURS MUSCLE.
CHASTISE COX’S CASE.
TIM W»t>n wf ■err7 Arriving a«
■Hhvllle.
tin Ton*. Jilj I*.
The "Herald” baa an editorial on the
subject of lbe Darien Canal, wherein it
■ay*: Friend* of General Grant (oftciooe
friend we imagine) aend ont the report
from Washington that the General will not
accept the Presidency of tbs Panama Canal
Cow-pany. which De Dreerpt intend*. sc
eonimg to authentic report*. to offer him.
He dors not agree with De Lenvepe. three
oficioo* friends of hi* give ont. How do
they know? The truth it. there are **v
erai canal projects, and ambitions author*
of the*c project* incline to oppose each
j other. De Letorpa, however, ia * practical
j man. He has dog only -we rsca'. He I*
, about raising moner to dig another, and
j he haa learned enough to be very certain to
, take the beet rente, whichever that may
j be. Pereon* who oppwe him would pr..b
j ably like to commit Grant »g*m*t him.
j but the General i* also a prautka! mp
i near, and no* likely to oppwe De Inoepa,
at l<a*t not:! be know* what thie geatle
: man has derided. It i* nor belief that
j wb.n De lawpi formally offer* Grant the
Presidency of the Inter Oceanic Canal
i Company, be will at least give «o import
ant and honorable an offer careful e.naid
1 era'ion. and will not refuse noleas he *ball j
see clearly that the plan is not practical,
and ha will not come to that conclusion on
mere hearsay. Moreover, the desire which
it i* knows that be ha* long felt to have so
gri at an undertaking proceed under Ameri
i can auspice*, would predispose him to ac
cept so conspicuous and honorable a share
in it as that which his pretended friends
flippantly refuse him from Washington.
Zach Chandler, m a letter, asy* he re
c. ived lemon* in boxing JO Tear* ago from
an expert, sad adds : I got up a first class
muscle and have preserved it to this day. \
So person in the Senate »u-pecu that I am
a h»xer or that I can strike a blow of iron, j
but if I am ever awaited my assailant wiil |
discover that I can defend myself wubc.it !
res*nine to weapon*.
Counselor Hone has obtained from j
Justice Potter, of the Supreme Court, a :
| w:tt of error and stay of proceeding* on '
behalf of Chastise Cox. convicted of the \
warder of Mrs. Hall. The case is to be j
argued in October.
it penal* report a large number of Sister* t
>f Charity arrived at Nashville. Terra.. from ;
Memphis yesterday. Refugee* from that j
city uy the worst ha* not been told, and j
that successive stampede* trim Memphis !
mast retail within the next few days.
The Terriwe Hearse at rrnpim.
Mnsrutv. July 19.
Three new cue* of yellow fever were ;
rcgwrtrd to the Board if Health ye-aierday
afternoon. The patient* ere Mrs. B.
Aiiatma, 73 Clay street. Mrs. Mdlie Hats- '
merkc. 241 South street Mu* Kste Wat
son. 2*1 Sooth tree!. All reside in the
lc.mediate neighborhood of the Hester
fstnilitie*. These, together with the tw.. ;
ease* mentioned, make 14 as the v ta!
□umber if cites reported since the 9th
lust. Business is almost entirely sus
pended, especially among wholesale mer- i
client*. Large crowds of people are tear
in; on every train that departs from the
rite.
Three new case* were reported to th*
Board of Health this Tr- .rr.ia;, Louisa T.
and Viola Goslay. two sister*, and Tom.
Kerman, puttsg'i agent of the Memphis
mod Charleston Bail read. The illness f ,
lie* Guliet ststerseaa be traced to th? ia- j
fecuon of the Tobin family, who recently
died cf yellow fever. The young lad** !
were in attendance ca Mrs. Tobin until
her case was pronounced yellow lever. j
These case* dispel the sp -radic theory.
Hiram Atley. aim of Chief of Police Alley,
is dying, although hi* nie has not yet
been reported to the Board of Health at
yellow fever. The Chief a residence u ia ;
lb# neighborhoed of the ToUn dwelling,
a. is alto Tom Ki raaa s The reporl, d ;
death cf Fred. Etim *u premature. He j
is living, bat lies m an extremely critical
re ndition. The weather it wa ta and sul
try. with occasional showers. The devtl- ]
opment at these new cases has given a
fresh impetus to the exodus of return*.
laaKviUe'i Pavilion wiUs Kefer
ente M Tel law Fesev.
Lonmut Jaiy 19.
As to this city establishing a quarantine
against Mem pci*, the Uhsia( from the
Post and New*'' of to-day. fairly re
paswts public seattmeasi We cannot
afford to go back on cur humane and sen
sible reeved of last year, and there is no
riaarn to d- *>. bat it wonld bn well for
some system h be adopted. Ofheers should
be >tattooed at sosoe penal down the road,
with strict lustracta.c'-a and fall auiaarity
to atop the bringing of saspsr-ioaa btsng?
into oar hotels or btsudrag-hscas*. and to ]
tarn every case cf iliumi abieh they
could possibly regard at evan incijatwi J
yiUow fever. Hade to the Yellow Fever
Hasps sal. Thai stall be emooch- While
the cuj of Memphis is net sxdtt and eps
demic ciaaa. nor suffering from te n than
a Area caw*, and these nut caught one ]
from the other, it wonld be aa nnuecew- '
aary hardship to put women and children
off train* cmtssde cf the city. We mast
keep the ywb* fever away, bwt we matt
let healthy people come and*lb* ia not im
ptaatahin It seems to a* we awl act let
feta; family* with bawdies «f bed
cache* and other do met tat reUrth into
the care, bnt where mea and soeta m per
fect health. With a change cf dot king, wish
te coat*, they anal t* permitted. It ,
wonld be folly to try and prevent them.
«* eaa ta morecarefnl than last year, and i
sail nut lone oar good asms for bnmsnity.
real* vs* an Fewtifyimg Igalml Tet- j
lam rawer.
Gslvestow. July if.
TW Beard «f Health yesterday adopted
a readatma that no freight. mail tw pas
sengers leaves* S*« Orisnna slu r $ a. m
Jaiy Hat will he aliened to ester that
?«wt. Mail wid he jc-l.wsd i* com* vis !
ht. Lets sc New Ink provided the raTrr -
he lugutf in those ante. Traveler* '
wdl be abased to enter the city after the 1
expvrvooo d ki daya from leaving New
! Ortmne. TW* asms was baaed on New |
OrSeaM having passed her quarantine
agasnst MeapLaa. and th* probstaliiy of
tb« fan cf tie da* use leu; in Sew Or
kwas and liable to develop at any moment,
u in th* ease of Memphis.
Iltrwatlal—n>y.
Txios Cm. Jnlv 19.
™ *>°»my now* from Memphis has
«*«i«Hd great aaaaataeaa at CnwoCity,
T^iB“rd "* “*»1* Gas ordered
tho mtaUiabment of tW moat smagent
quarantine toward all railroads. Coder
tha excitement returns have packed no
their trank*, and am in readme*lor «.**■■
at any atomic* i. *
. WasmxoTOS. July l».
From information obtained at the Execu
tive mansion to-day tbrre ia no dunbt of
the orrrttom of the information pub
lished heretofore in regard to the eueees
•or of Beeretary McCrary. Ex-Senator
Bamaey. of Minnesota. baa been tendered
tbe office of Secretary of War. and be lias
accepted it. Tbe change will nut occur,
however, until the present Sec re tart r*.
tiree.
. TJ* to-day waa eery
brifi. W tn tbe exception of i lev routine
matlera. the oaly subject under considera
tion was tbe request of tbe National Board
of Health that medical officers of the Xa»»
be detailed to foreign countriei where the
fever ia known to exist, for tbe porpewe of
examining ail vessels bound for tbe United
Sts tee. and to suck at are not infected is
suing clear bills of health. The question
arose whether, under tbe set empowering
the Board, loch details were mandatory,
bat it waa not Anally determined. The
sentiment of the members present appeared
to be that it would be eery unjust to de
tail time officers to each placet at tbe risk
of Ibeir litre.
Coder tbe Tbarmaa Art tbe Treasury
Department is buying bond# to be applied
aa a sinking fond for the final redemption
of bonds leaned m favor of tbe Pacific rail
roads by tbe Government. Every month
tbe amount doe three roads by the Govern
ment for transports Don is withheld, and
to that amount tbe purchases made and
tbe bonds bought are five per cents., aa
prescribed by tbe Act. 8c far $31*.5<*0 in
these bonds hare been placed to the credit
of the land.
Tbe Secretary of tbe Interior baa re
versed the opinion of the Commissioner of
tbe General Land Office in tbe ease of tbe
Dolly Tardea mine, of Enreka. Nevada.
Attempted Bribery.
Atucta. Ga.. July 19.
Tbe House of Representatives to-dav
: rotrd to isir»; the Judiciary Committee
to prepare articles of impeachment against
Controller General Go'dsmilb. based on
tbe report of a Committee of tbe General
Assembly, that has bees investigating tbe
transfer of titles to wild lands. The
grounds of impeachment will involve Hin
ton P. Wright, a friend of tbe Controller,
who it is altered, offered to bribe two
members of tbe Legislature.
Memorial addresses to Colonel Alston
were made in tbe Legislature to-day.
The Bn feral Trial.
Owewtos. Ky.. July 19.
In tbe Baford trial. Colonel Thompson
opened this morning in behalf of the pris
oner. He will be followed this afternoon
by General Hodman for tbe Stste. Tbe j
impression generally is that Baford will '■
not hang.
PACIFIC COAST.
? SPECIAL TO THX ETKXSA DAILY SKXTDTEL. }
Bodie Pedars & Piridend.
BULLION AND EXCHEQUER ASSESSMENTS
RESCINOED.
DR. GLENN TO REMAIN ON THE
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
ROWDYISM OF COX. MOOXTY AXD LES.
BLAC> BFRX.
i
Prtp'in •: the Ist| Prdnlrtaa
■alffc.
Say Fiayrtwv' Jn'r 15.
Bodie declare* a dividend of SI per
share, ihe first dividend from li.f n»w ore.
To-day tbe aoeynniH on Bullion and
Exchequer. of $1.50 each, was rescinded.
The Examining Commniee. however. an
nonnoe thesr inteutixi of proceeding with
the investiganoo.
The Democratic Slat? Central Commit
tee decided to keep Dr. Glenn on tht ticket
by a * *te of 22 against removing him and
7 f,*r it.
During tbe fnptst of the ladies' walk
ing match last evening a *< n ■; s fracas oc
curred in tbe ticket effi.se Articles were
psWished in tbe morning paper* yesterday
redacting upon the management of the
pedestrian match a* a fraud cm the public,
alleging that the contestants were walking
oa a weekly salary, instead of for prizes ;
that l eal rep rIs in one journal were paid
for by the line: tial free passe* were
issued ad iibitdQ to disrej-a table
women to fill tbe seats and attract
spectator*. The other articles were
to the effect that cirtaia v porting
characters wtre circulating these reports
for the purpose of breaking up the match,
and also attempted to levy hi sei mail on the
tnit.tgi rs. Messrs lock and Colson. Ate'-nt
half-past 10 o'clock last evening Con
Mooney and Leslie B'ackbum. who were
charged with attempted blackmailing. ac
cvmpacssd by two others- entered the
ticket -So? and made a brutal assault
npcu Mr. CoStc®. inSictiag serious inju
ries. The affair tatsed ct»i excitement,
the audience rushing en sane to the
►cere. Owing to the :r ficieccy of the of
ficer* on duty, the assailant* were exal-led
to escape, bat will probably be arrested.
Mr. Lei adl pahlish a coctEEcicat, a in
the mosxtiegde-jyiBgsporiEeal'yal’ charge*
asade against the management t*f tbe
match.
Tbe match at 1J.5S stood a* f-llow* :
Chains he 145 mil,*: Edward. 11©; Dew
ley. In*; Maynard. St ; Wait-.-e. 74.
fiultMe of a ©rwakea I j prtaa.
Ssckinsm, J«3t IS.
Last night a vtma of the levs named
Ada Kemptoa to k landauvd, from the
effect* if whscb she died ibis m-miag.
Deceased in be* on a protracted tpr«
foe several days, and ia company aritb
three female even pan* a* was in her room
drinking. Taking sp the rial of Undanwm
she remarked: I have a notion to dtink
this." Oae id tht (turn dared her to do
ix where®pc a the poured the deadly drug
iato a tarnish r and drank it.
HI iaUX ASTLIT.
Fr a the Pacific Life.,
It it related that daring the pmgrew of
the great itsimauat! six days’ peAstiaa
match, which look place last nssatb at
London, Sir John A*t ey. aa English
aoUeman. visilcd Weston 13 his tent while
he a as taking a short rest. After a pleas
ant char brtasvB the baronet and the
psdeatnan. the former said to Wnsui
•-Well, my dear feiiow. you c por to be ia
good fettle; I'll bet my £5o0 fSASMi
against your £1« •$.«} that yog do not
cover 550 csii-» before 11 o'clock Saturday
night.' ’Thar was the Lour on wkteh the
<ix day* ahutod to Ibe pttlestnin* wu!l
expire., - Do voa take me?” said the
berime*. Wasn’t prist pt repfy to.
-- Cenasaiy. Sir John ; poor £ve Mtcm
meaning 5<* pound* sterling will
make a goad lining to the best." The ,
'"belt” is the British trophy which aas
awarded to the champion ia tbe great
straggle. The be* having born booted. [
We»uw resumed to the truck, and after aa
unprecedented struggle agaiavt me. u I
wkdzh be surpassed the best record ever :
made, he beat her John Ast.tr. peketed '
hae state and wan the fames tr?.j hr of- ;
fared by England to the champ*.-., redis
•< toe world. Be made the wonder- j
fa need if 550 mile* ia ax days, with i
fiv* nuautea to pin. and return* to,
Amenta wuh the covemd pnae. W as ton *
usparuiltfed feat waa wiUssasrd bv thou
sands. hia owa eowatrymeo nesng with |
EngSashafis* ia according due honor* to ;
the chaiapvm of the world. Tbe struggle
over, the English baronet made the Amen- 1
**• ehampeoB ka ga-st. entertaining him
with a* much feopetaltty a* if he were a
prince of the blond. We reproduce these
fact* a* aa iliasxrait*-a of the eat
with which the English people encourage
athletic and manly tea is- whether of pedc*
tnanism cricket, sharp-*touting, c-r any
other natlooal game* worth* the patronage
of ealighletitd natoa*. We also do it in
order to cootrmi the spirit exhibited hr an
English nobleman with tiu sordid meaa
neas of some of hit American cum-los who
regard it as a mate to smoke a cigar or
drive ia a carriage oa that day of the week
comm-Diy called Sunday, and who at
tempt to frown down the mauly pastime*
ia which it i* a* natural for you th to ea
gng* pn as it is for the eagle to soar higher
than meaner birds of prey. As well might
they attempt to interfere with tbe games
of archery, which are tbe oovt of the beso
Ufnl dames who ooogregate at our faahion
able resort*, or make it a felony for a man
to sat anything but cold pork and beans on
Sunday.
The &lk Aaenciation of America report
that $*28,310 eirtii of silk manufacture,
were imported into the United State, dur
ing the month of June, being an incna-e
"f WI.SMoear the ume month of 1878.
and $171,998 orer the month of Juue
1877.
Weston, speaking nt n meeting in Lon
don. staled that during the last 11 year, he
had walked and “wabbled" on foot S3 COO
milee.
" 1 -•••-— ■ -
The Adjutant General of Texa* pabli.be*
a lut of nearly 5.000 fngitire crimiual* who
bare fled from that Bute, 851 of whom are
^ceased of amrdftr.
COAJIT CUPPIVCB.
Mom !•(«• tlwd Fro— Torfo—
Tbe Indians in Xotu?« are reported to
be getting ready for tbe wai path.
Tbe Idaho r>ill at Oram Talley ii run
ning the fall bead of fifty stamp*.
Bariev is selling at Prescott. Arisrma. at
$1.25 to $1.50 per 100 pounds. Wheat tbe
same as barley.
Tbe Presbytery of Montana will convene
at Missonla on Friday evening. August
15th. 1979.
Tbe Mount Idaho and Salmon City
post offices Lava been made money order
offices.
Six of the leading min*e of Nevada
county. Cal., have been bonded to Eastern
capitalists within a few week* past
Hot Spring*. Chorcti’l eoaatT, I«lf M—Wife
of Jscn Foley, s toa.
DIED.
Ear>Aa July 1*—A H Can * bell, s native of
I nth Carol-an. aged 45 year*.
The funeral will take pl*« thi* dt^nKwr,
at 5 o’clock, (rota the Oownty Hospital. Frie-nds
sad acquaintance* ire respectfully invited to
attend.
Tybo. July 15—James Hoyle, s native of Tcy
r*w. Ireland.
Hot Creek. July 7—J E- Cook. a —live «f &> s
l*w. Mass . aged 57 year*.
Tvbc. July 1C—Beb«. infant 4«|fchr of Mr
C P. Hsyerorth. aged 1 ye.-r. 11 moaths as:-!
IS dav*_
Tjbo. July t*—Mabel M irrrel. infant daughter
of N T. Ruveal. ag*d 1 year. 11 mouth* and
lit day a.
Virginia. July If— Catherine E3»x^befh. daugh
ter of Dans el Delaney. aged 1© ns^tii and 1J
day*
On—. July 15- FI la. tlaugb'er *f William
Lynch. aa-l 1 year and 4 months.
NEW TO-DAY.
BIRGilNS! BIRGUNS!
-AT
ABE JIOOSER’S.
-IN
TOGH INI’S BUILDING,
Next Moor to Joe Mea«le*.
IOFTEJt MY FIXE AND ELEGANT STOCK
of
JEWELRY,
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
TOYS AND FA.1CY G30DS,
A Creat Sacrifice!
TtifM C*ooia an«t he aol J to make
room for ma Imeieaae Stork of
SMf» BOB ob the boj fnrui the
East.
If ttwb wtmb to H art pumia, frir^A-is*. U
m, axial call t:
ABE MOOSES*.
T■■•gBiXK', Eaiidiag, Mls Street.
Ech. Jaly IJ. 1??J. jf50*tf
NOTICE!
SEVERS 4 FRMLIS
^ITE NOTICE THAT THEIR GREAT
Annual tecs Sals
SUMMER
DRY GOODS
CLOTHING
WILL COMMENCE
ON JULY 20th!
tr TOC WISH TO
Sun Gil Earpi,
CALL EARLY !
MEYESS h FRAXKLIH,
▲02NT8 for M l me IH»aaore%t a Krli>
•klr Fatterias :»1 Moothlx
siae.
£««h. Ji’j ». if:*.
EUREKA OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY EVENING, July 22d.
BBASD
Opraiic Maini!
-GIVEN BY
MISS iMi SHEKV1S,
The succeaafal tad bnDuct young Pnnu
Domu. by
MRS. MURTHA P3RTE0US
rot one mom r only :
PROGRAMME—PABT I.
1—Overture
1—ftctaec that are Brightest. “Maritana,"
Mr*. Mux Aha Porteous
3—Grand Cavatina. “Come p- r me Seveno.”
Him Amy Sherwin
♦—Tenor Selo, “Sow E* ver.'*
Signor Carlo Motto
5—Irish Ballad, “Kathleen MUvourneen."
Him Amy Sherwin
A—Grand Duo, “De C»nte**.Nurrnt
Norma..Mm Amy Sherwin
Adalgiaa.Un Murtha Porteona
rm it.
T—Cavatina. “Robert tc-i qne J*aiine.” from
Robert le Diablo.
Mr*. Murtha Porteoua
8—Scotch Ballad, “Auld Robert Gray.**
Mis* Amy Sherwin
•—Tenor Solo, “Ber’ Alma Enamoraia/’ from
Lucia di Laminennoor,
Signer Carlo Motto
10— Vocal Valae, “L Eataay/*
Mrs Murtha Porteous
11— Grand Mad Scene. “11 Deice Mono,** from
Lucia di Lammeruioor (in character;
M.as Amy Sherwin—her great specialty
•y Price* of Admission aa usual. Box Sheet
open at Molinelli Jk Smith's Office, corner of
Duel and Bateman streets, where seat* mar be
••cured jyJO-td
NOTICE.
THB EUREKA CONSOLIDATED MINING
COMPANY having agreed to pay thirty
cento per bushel for charcoal, it to hereby
Ordered, tuat all those teams hauling for that
company be loaded.
By order of the Oommittee.
EUREKA COAL BURNERS' ASSOCIATION.
' Eureka. Nev., July I*. 1STV. jyRO-tf
! NEW STORE 1
In Tognid’s Building, next i) Joe Mendes.
GRAND CLEARANCE SAGE !
FOR SIXTY HAY'S!
A FINE OPPORTUNITY FOB COOP BARGAINS!
r OFFER TO THE PEOPLE OF ETREKA AND AIC1NITT A LARGE AND WELL 8E
' 1 Ltd ED STOCK OF
FJLITO'S" C3-OOX3S,
( L«r IIIXC!
Furnishing Coods, Boots, Hats, Millinery, Etc.,
AH of which thus? be disposed of in the above stated time.
«7~Har1n£ secured the •errtore of MR. (UBBICL COUNT, formerly of Elko, one of
‘ tke oldest and mo*! favorable known merchants of Eastern Nevada, I can assure the public that ,
! «tri.-t attention te> business and SQniiE DEALING will be the rule, an l satisfaction gnarsn
' teed.
E. H. CRiSWOLD.
Eortkm. Ja’j». IS-*. _ J*9 lf_
Sue! Street to the front!
W. P. Haskell’s
NEW STORE
IS TXQW OTi DUEL STREET,
OrrOSITE PAXTON'S BANK.
IT JS WELjIj STOCKED WITH
FURNITURE,
VARNISHSS, ETC.
AS OPR EXPENSES ARE MfCH LESS THAN ON MAIN STREET WE ARE ENABLED TO
SELL GOODS AT LESS RATES !
WE AP.E ALSO PREPARED TO ATTEND TO
U 3NT 33 XD 3F2- *2? .A. TS. I ]NTG,
Having ***w and experienced men to attend to the buriitu.
W. P. HASKELL.
I REMOVAL!
P. S*3n33H.:E3:FL,
JEWELRY ESTABLISHHLKT
OF EASTERN NEVADA.
TAKE'' PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE
rtitlic that be has fitted up i NEW AND .
I ELEGANT JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT, '
1 and i« to be Loan 1
Tee Doors above the While Pine
tonntj Bank, Main Mreel,
WThere he will be pied to aee hie old friend*.
I customer*, end the public et large Thanking
i them for the peat, he solicit* their f atr»uage
! for the future in hi* new place of busine**.
Main street,Q
ETKEKA. NEVADA.
HE BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS CrS
; tomer* and tb« public that b< baa ju»t re
ceived a
Hew and Well-Selected Stock
: Of iba La teal patterns of
FINE JEWELRY!
, In addition to hi* lar ** and fine *t«x-k which he
j k«*p* constantly on Land, consisting of
D-l-A-M-O-M-D-S,
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
* Gold C ha.na. vm fine Jewelry, a'.l solid gold.
| of all kinds ; solid Silver and plated Ware, and
CLOCKS
| Of *very desripbon ; all of which he gu&raii
? lees to be of me be*t qiaalitv. and warranted as
j represented, ami which he offer* to sell at 75
? per -• nt. Its* than any other house in Eastern
j Nevada.
| Also, a good assortment of Pebble. Concave
f and Convex SPECTACLES »l<* EYE-GLASSES,
i Please call and examine my magnificent
stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere
No trouble to show goods. Prices tc* suit the
times.
Npecial Allrntlon Fal.t Its Wateb*
Work.
Watches repaired, cleaned and warranted for
•tie year. New jewelry made to order, and
leweiry neatly repaired.
All orders from the country promptly attend
ed to.
_ X3. STELiER.
Bunks. July 17. 1«7». jyW-lf
FLACS! FLAGS!
FUGS MD FUGS, MO FUGS!
FOR SALE CHEAP AT BART AftlllM'ft
Miner* and Mechanic's Trade Depot,
corner uf Mam and Bateman Streets.
Eureka. July 2. 1*79. Jy3-tf
SUMMIT DAIRyT
PURE MILlfAIID CREAM
OERVKD IN ANY QUANTITY TO OUR
customer*. Persons wishing Milk or
Cream will please give us a call.
If AGAR ft CHILDS.
Enreka. June 28. 1879. jeiOtf
PUBLIC NOTICE.
r HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUBLIC THAT I
will pay uo bill* contracted by my son,
CHARLES W. LADD, ami that I do not author
ise him to order or transact any buMinea* for
me. and 1 will not be responsible for the same
after this date.
HIRAM E. LADD.
Eureka, July 7. 1879. jyS-lm*
To Whom It May Concern.
1'AKE NOTICE. THAT ON AND AFTER
this date, no coal will be sold to any one
[ by the member* of the “Eureka Coal Burners'
* Association," unless the same la disposed of at
! tbe furnace* for the sum of Thirty Cents per
1 bushel.
EUREKA COAL BURNERS' ASSOCIATION
i Eureka, July 8, 1879, Jy9-lw
IS NOW OPEN !
JACK PERRrS CORNER
CHOP STAND.
OPEN DAY AUD NIGHT!
F. I . U Y AX, MAXAttKR.
DILL OF FAKE :
Spring Chickens, Veal Cntleti. Porter House
Steaks snd Mu«br oin*. Ham. Baron and E^ga,
P<rk Chops, M»< krrt 1 and Cod Fish.
Tea. Coffee and Codfish.
Rewel Chicken daily. All kinds of Roast
Meat*. Fiah of all kinds, when in the market.
Breakfast at any hour. Dinner at 4 r . u.
The beat brands of Wine*. Ale and Porter «n
draught, fine Havana Clears, etc. Please csll.
Eureka. July 10, 1878. Jyii-tf
(ME OXEUOME ILL!!
^ NI> SEE MT NICE ASSORTMENT OF
DOMESTICS IMPORTED CIGARS,
All kiuds of TOB* CCOS ; Pi] c*. from the com
monest Clay t<* the v«ry finest Meerschaum ;
Cigs» wd Cigarette Holders, and in fact a full
iiufof ^mokera' Arfiefo*.
Also. STATIONERY, Blank. Pass ami Time
Boufca.
A full aaw.rtjurr: of the eery beat Pocket
Knives. Albu ns. Music Boxes. Guitar*. Ac
cordions, and s great uuiuUr of otLer g^ods
adapted for
PBE8EKT8,
r*v> numerous to racutioR, which I offer to
sell at
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST!
Come and se-. and I will convince yon of the
facts above slit d.
I hare a nice
S AMP LE ROOM
In the -ear. where you can get the cboiceat
kinds of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. H. MICHfcL.
Eureka December 14. 1*78. dl
NOTICE.
|S ORDER TO ESTABLISH A <
Uniform Time <
lu Eureka,
FROM THIS TDA.'V
MV REGULATOR WILL SHOW CORRECT
EI1REK1 MEIN TIRE,
Takeu by aalnmomiral oberrvatlon.
ED. WILHELM,
_ . , , .. _ CUrunometer Maker.
Eureka, July II, 18T9. jylS-II
TO THE STOCK IIOI.DF.ltH
—or THE—
Eureka Tunnel & Mining Com'y.
/'VWIKO TO THE "DESTRUCTION OF OUR
\ fthe late ftr,c at Eureka. Stock
holders are requested t.» eetd their stock to
the Se.rrtary. E. 4. lilTLKll. Eureka Ne
vada, to be relsaned * ‘ ^
« . , P. E. CONXOR. Manager
Eureka, 4line la, 1H79. jtlZli
Notice of Dissolution.
,n f1'1 uf the Ohm.
pic Saloon, la thla day (IimoIvmI Kv
eoueeul. A. T. Moe w.fl omTuu^.h/lm^
PsiyrirUtr. and U autb..rtie,n,>rou£t
SLEEKr* w‘" •»*£» %
Eureka July ,o. „*> ANnR,'W ^MOJL
_ ____^ "" clOTHINO
0. DU mol
DEALERS IK ^
DRY GOODS!
CLOTHING!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
H»ta. Capa. Fancy Oond. and Fornl.hln. n^.
of .very deacripUon and of the lateal
*•» *'—•*«■«!, ArrtTtaa
GIVE THEM A CALL.
Tamer al Mala d Clark street.
Eureka. July II, 1*19. Jylt(f
NEW GOODS!
MURES Sl CO'S,
OCR STOCK FOR THIS SEASOS In
paeaea anything ve hare yet aho*« t
•V^k.XjXJ53,
STYLE, asd
VARIETY.
MILLINERY,
DRESS GOODS
HOSIERY AND GLOVES. *
Elegant Catnel'a Hair Cloaka and Dolmaa,.
Ladiea’ Underwear a specialty.
Don't forget the place,
maclakex k CO.
Oppoaitatha Odd Fallow, Hall
Eureka, June 3, jf4 ^
I'AIXTKliS AND COXTHACTOliS.
HENRY RIXEN,
PAINTER,
PAPER HANGER AND CALCIBI1NER
3 I GN PAINTING
NEATLY EXECUTED.
Or !<r> left at laan'a Carprultr Khap
on Kobblua »tmt, will rtcelee prompt alien
tton.
Eureka, May S. 1S79. my7.|f
JOHN FRASKiCoT
P A I N T E IIS,
Paper Hangers, Calcimineis,
I pbohtrren mi l nmtrm Malifn.
llfE SOLICIT A SH\PF. OF PI PUC PAT.
V T ruuage, and prv-iuise to
Civo Complete Satisfaction,
In both Work and Price*.
Order* !*ft *t HFNKY KIND'S STORK will
receive |«r<urrt ithut'ott.
Eureka, Ap-rti 3D. Iel9. ap-Utf
HESS, SKIiiKER £ ISRAEL,
ZF-A-IHSTTIEIRfS,
Paper Hangers and Cakiminers.
VLL WORK DOVE IN V WORIMdNLIKK
manner and Warranted.
I.cnae Onlera nt II. Jolin*t*u* Mere*
Ma‘u Street.
Eureka. April im. ap»df
b x. noost. a. i>. qrixnxUm
BOONE & QUAHTRELl,
Contractors and Builders,
Sooth Main Street, Opptka-i* tk# Eureka
Lumber YarJ.
K^RTIlf ATES MADE OK BRICK AND WOOD
Jj Building*.
Plant and Specification! Furniittd.
J*hhlng Pr*ni|>ll) AHeyilnl
F.tireka, April 1. DC?.»>tf
EDW. WILHELM,
nmoNOXICTUB.
WATCH ANdI^CLOCK BAKU
Main Street, one dc*>r north of Meyer* k
Franklin*.
Has jest opened a laboe and
choice- **lecti«n of
FIRST-fL.iSS JEWELRY,
eritable rom
Holiday Presents!
! New Jewelry Made To Ord*f.
Beimlrlue •< Jewelrj *c»«ly
Ea|i.4illn«l} «•»*•
Especial attention la ylreB to ENGKAV1*®
; Order* from the couutry will be pro»P 1
tUem'til to. .
Watch** Carefully Repaired and Warrant*
1 for On* Year. __ l)r.i
Twenty year** experience iu Ike i'«7. v.
chronometer. watch and clo<kutaki«g«*? , |
incuts of Dre-deu. Pari*. London. Skanjj f
Yokohama and San Fwociero. a compl* •,
machinery ne-eaiirt for tb* nmnuiacro_^
repair of all kiudaof time-keeping imdr ■
combined with Ihe fact that 1 refund *DT ^
If ever I should fail to «»tlr* aatoaW^J
will be a fair gw*. r*utee that none but nr»»-‘
work will leax* my bands urTlf
FDW. ^1LHJLIJ.
Eureka. December 14.1ST*- |
The LasMDhance.
A I.L PERSONS KNOWING Tii«isnj« B
A Indebted »« A. BERWIN. !«•» “ lnli*flab
Hone* Store, are requested to nm* ... foil*
pxyuaeut. Tbl. i» tb. I..I call, am
ire not aottled promptly, they will £ col*
hi the Coustab **» hand* for
lection A* BEB jtlO
Kur*-ka.June 9. 1R7S. _ —
Attention, !. O. R
fpilE MEMBERS OF WINNEDtrOC*ffSrt
1 No. X. I. O. of KM. it" raq “ on
.t Odd Fallow.' Hall, *1 I oclMt ■
8FNDAY. 'ulyKHb ,„...i|,tlonof +
Conferrinti of de,;reee and
fleer, to be b..L r ^ BEtTTT, Sack*
Mai Jaroiw. Ch. of Beeorda- Jyl8.|d
Eureka. July 17.1879. _ _ — -
Assessment Notice.
rpo MRS. K. M. BALM.
1 are hereby notlhed Ibat I b^ l»
labor ou Ibe Sierra CowV-JIt
Antelope Mllilu* Dlalrirl. I®"* ugj,
ea e. aiure May. 1X78. to B‘X- j|)r yoar lkj
lo B5 In l ull'd state. *old “"“d (b.t n“!"J
I. reel of 750 feel lu ““M1" day* •**"
you pay eald amount wlibin Ufe ,oar b5*
Ibe flr.1 publication of „ „,y
lereet In eald claim will be‘ WHAb*£j
be law. WILLI* jfiJ.iadTB*
June II. 1879

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