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gureka UailB Sentinel.
^^yTTTTTsIEPTEMBER 26, 1879 STAR i" authorised to receive eub TI' rh,U .n. l this town, for th. BawriintL »°'lpX for the same. All peraona In Eu rokaowinie for anbaertptionn will make pa j. n.eiit to him. POST OFFICE II OCRS. The office i« open on week daya from » .*?** A. M to 4an r. m.. and from 6 to in f>e evc.etn*. " U- O'lotrr and Money Order bualneaa cloaea at 4 jialiroail malla doae at 830 r. M. ON SUNDAY* Ib(, offi. e 18 open from 12 M ■ to 1 r. l*._ TE*H-“'>AY’* "TotM ■***'**»• Mttn Fr»nei««® SUwfc Eirhaut*. MORNING BOARD. 480 Ophir—43fc 43 \ 353 Mexican—-37 4 »7Vb5 isii Gould* Curry—11-» 11*4 2?0 Best A Belcher-18 181k 18'4bl0 235 California—5*4 93 Savage -14 14 * u 150 Con. Virginia—5% 5*4 10 Chollar—6*4 130 Potoai—#4l 80 Hale A Norcrnss—13 • 13*4 300 crown ,.„i,.t-340e 335c 345o 285 Yellow Jacket—-16*4 104b5 400 Imperial—1350 10 Kentuck—4U 100 Alpha -17 *4 195 Belcher—4M 430c 15 Confidence—10*4 155 Sierra Nevada—47 40*4 135 Ctali— 20% 20% 735 Bullion—8 310 Exchequer—6 10 Overman—9% 50 Justice— 380c 420 Union—71*4 71 71b3 70% 70*4 100 Ada—6 6% 450 Lady Bryan—1 95c Ib5 555 Julia—415c 410o 200 Caledonia—245c 2% 240c 500 Silver 11111 — 1% 155c 160c 300 New York—55c 50 Woodvillc—40c 500 Lady Washington— 110c 520 Andes—110c l‘Mo I05c 115c U0c 1203 Ward 310c 305c 3 300 Scorpion—365 360c 750 Levithian—55c 100 N. Con. Virginia— 8*4 8*4 110 Benton -355c 75 Solid Silver—25c 550 Golden Gate—3% 360c 500 Con. Dorado—190c 2 500 Flowery—60c 100 N. Bonanza—160c 170c 50 Fairfax—90c 1210 Mackey—1*4 180c 170c 400 Ward—305c 50 Mountain View—2*4 20 Gould A Curry—11*4 130 St. Louis—40c EVENING BOA PD. 100 Raymond A Ely— 110c 12 ) Eureka Con.—22 5 Jackaou—4 200 Gila—35c 30c 25c 50 Leopard—55c 10 N. belle—34 2o0 Huss« y — 15c; asa’t pd 200 Metallic— 60c 105 Grand Prize -24 260c 2470 Argenta—110c 1400 Navajo—40c 300 Endowment—50c 830 Independence—195c 2 150 Star —80c 75c 1455 Belle Isle-54 54 54 2950 Day—60c 55c 50c 200 Hillside-190c 100 Paradise—160c 100 Albion—10c 60 Tioga—305c 225 Summit—185c 190c 30 Wales—114 225 Mt. Dial do—5 4 6 2100 N. Belle Isle-40c 2onO Rig Prize —45c 250 Modoc—14 12J Bodie-134 230 Bechtel—140c 50 Iiooker—110c 23 ) Queen Bee—30c 500 Con. Pacific—84 9 84 8 4 800 Croesus 20c 600 University—30c 33c 50 Rustler—50c 30 Bulwer—11 2oo Ooodshaw—30c lOO Concordia— 20c 30 Belvidere—85c 16(J Blaekliawk—85o 200 H. Bodie—30c 50 Belle Isle—54 350 Dudley—140c 14 450 Jupiter—14 60 8. Buhver—55c 250 Addenda—35c 850 N Holiday 3 600 X. Noonday—14 180o 800 Vortex—40c 4u0 Orient— 2oo 25e 170 Mammoth—7 4 74 7 4 800 Boston Con.-155c 140c 14 690 Martin White—210c 2 205c 60 Mammoth—7 4 1650 Tiptop—1 800 < aied -niu. B. II.—24 150 Giant A Old Abe—6 100 Navajo—40c 700 B. Isle-54 100 Queen Bee—35c STKEETft~4i39 P. M. Yellow Jacket, 164b; 6|>hir, 434b 44a; Benton, 3 4 b; Ward, 3b 305a 3a; Hale A Norcroaa, 134 b; Imperial, 140b 145a 140a; Union, 72b; Con. Virginia. 54b 54a; Chollar. 64b; California, 54 a; Alt*, 6b 64a; Utah, 204b 21a 21a; Alpha, 18a; Mexican, 37 4 b 37 4 a; Belle Iale, 54 b 54a; Best A Belcher, 184a; Con. Pacific, 184b 184a; Sierra Nevada, 47b 47 4a; Con. Vir ginia, 54b; Argenta. 110b; Bodie, 134b 14a; Union, 724b 73a; Bullion, 74b; Ophir, 434s; Scorpion, 34b; Mono, 64*; Alta, 64a; Belle Iale, 54a; Union, 73a. arrival* aid departure*. • T THE EUI1EKA A HD PALISADE EAILEOAD. Bppnrtnrea YtstsrdEj. i S Jttthspford Mrs Dr L*o sud 9 ch g r Harris Iiev C B Crawford » Bennetts J Splngler J£Plul Rev R A Ricker » Kerman Arrival* I.n*< Right. Kin Foust Msl W W UcCor snd wf LV«*« F Duutrick Evans p Johnsou J®1}}1** * ■ W Quill ford and wlft i? B Crawford J Romsu snd wlfo MkSuSd Mi..ortU«.r.ld Ploelie, Hamilton unil Eureka Llue. aBBITALS. 5 K Sessions Wm S Chsmhoff Th'>tns Muishsll By the Tybo Ntsge Line. ABBtVAM. * F Sloper J H Chustsn SO'IB .UcFatl_ Well*. Fargo 4k Co's Letter Llat. The following letters wsrs recslvsd st Welle, JsUvered C°'* °®°* *“* •T*B,n8 end not Joel 8 Gardner_Josephine Domlngues • loiel Arrivals. Turner House—L. P. Hoy os Eureka: J. B. Brvon, Truckee; C. Brown. Virginia ytji Mr, Kirkpatrick, Buby Hill; Mrs. Burgess, Tybo. Psrker Hone—J, 8. Psnsell, Carson Hloptr, R valla; El. Every, Hoossc Mne ; J,,e W. Deslogs, St. Louis! '"** —Frank Rioharda, Rnby “ i» D. R. Sessions, Carson City. Chines) Funeral. Eureka was treated to an imposing Ohi ®*** funeral je.ierday. l'ha daad man ,hi® ‘ *“ ibe Ms-onio fraternity, was oted ga nbler, an 1 It • countryman bur •*“ with au uuu»nal display. Rnlliea. 1 w.*11*' ,,r*8 * tbippad this aaeralag ■ MW al knlHua, vatnea .(i|,IN,ft INDIAN IINTICK. Onr ritlzeii!i Interfere with a Cre mating Programme. By the terms of a special treaty between the Government and the Nevada Indians, our civil authorities have no jurisdiction in cases of crimes committed by Indians against each other, and only in cases where the offense may be committed against a white person cau they inflict punishment. The Indians punish offt nders iu accord ance with their own peculiar ideas. In some instances, we understand the United States District Court can take cognizance of certain crimes, on^ of which is murder. Some months ago a young buck killed an elderly Indian mar Hot Creek, and man aged at the time to evade arrest. Yester day an Indiati arrived from Tybo armed with authority for his ar rest, and stated to Sheriff' Kyle that the party sought was on Ilnby Hill, and re quested the 8h« rilF's assistance in securing him. He waa brought to town by Deputy Sheriff iieynolds, and turned over to the Indian from Tybo. It was asserted that the prisoner would never reach Tybo. and would in all probability be burnt at the stake. Some of the citizens interfered and at their request he was lodged in the County Jail, Mr. John Horn offering to pay his board until the case could he submitted to United States District Attorney Yarian, at Carson City. A full statement was sent him hy this morning's mail. As far us we can ascertain, no In dian has ever been hung iu this Stale for murder. TIIK GRAM) JIRY. Report of (lilt Body for tSae Octo ber Term. The Grand Jury for the October term yesterday filed their final report and were discharged. The following is the report in full: To the Honorable Henry Rives, of the Sixth Judicial Distiict, in and for Eureka county : The Grand Jury respectfully sub mit the following report : State of Nevada vs. Gregorio Marconi. Charge, perjury. Bill ignored. State vs. Denmnica Qmdri. Charge, as sault to kill. Bill ignored. State vs. Andrea de Boricco, D. Cordano, Lugi Pncola, G B. Cordono, Giovanni Cis orola, G. Defuod. nta, G. Martinoli, C. Ro setti, G. Rodona. S. Htrozzi, J. Bassetti.Y’, An tone. B. Antoni, J. Giui, J. Gorgita, B. Guiseppi, D. Batista. Pardo Bianca, Tom Pajorola and J. Winkelrid. Charge, con spiracy. State vs. J. B. Simpson, Marshall Rich, William Martin, Joseph Toomey, G. H. Smith, Lee Jessen, Henry Storey, Robert Brown and James Porter. Charge, mur der. Bill ignored. State vs. James Warren. Charge, bur glary. True bill. State vs. George Blackbury. Charge, burglary. Bill ignored. State vs. F. A.Williams. Charge, assault with intent to rob. Bill ignored. State vs. Gu Hung Ah Long and Ah Yup. Charge, opium smoking. Bill ignored. State vs. Frank O’Connors, John Mans field and Harry B. Smith. Charge, per jury. Referred to next Grand Jury. The Grand Jury have not thought it necessary at this time t > go into an exam ination of the books and accounts of the county officers, as the previous Grand Jury made a most exhaustive report on these matters, and the short time which lias elapsed since this report was made affords little opportunity for any change. In view of the occurrences connected with and incident upon what is commonly known as the Italian war, the Grand Jury regard this as a proper occasion for ex posing their entire approval of the action of the Sheriff's pos»e in th* ir determina tion to enforce the law at all hazards ; and while the unfortunate result of thii deter mination on the part of the said officers must be regretted by every good citizen; yet, if such results are the consequences of demonstrating the power of the people, represented by their legal officers, to pro tect themselves in the free enjoyment and disposal of their property as to each seems b«*st. then all acts on the part of individ uals, or organized bodies of men, which in any way contravene or interfere with the rights guaranteed by the law- to each citi zen. must be consul* ied and regarded as acts to he resisted, even if death is the in evitable result. John E. Plater. Foreman. Max Obebfelper, Secretary. I’LlK MAT. Scrap* from the Note.book of the inrl'N Reporter. The chandeliers were hung in the theater yesterday. Gulliford A McKee received a nobby carriage yesterday. Mr. Win. Gulliford and bride returned from California last evening. The first ins-ailment of Messrs. Meyer. A Franklin’s new stock arrived vesterdavs Major W. W. McCoy and wife were among the arrivals from the west last night. Sam Raphael leaves for San Francisco Sunday morning to purchase a new stock of goods. Some handsome dress suits, Just the thing for the coming ball, can be seen at DuukePs. Mr. D. R. Sessions, State Superintend ent of I ublic Instruction, arrived by last night’s tram. He is making his annual tour of the schools of the State. Denth of J, p. Illrkrj . A dispatch from Palisade to the Senti nel announces the death at that place last evening of J. P. Hickey, for a number of years Justice of the Peace of Palisade Township. He also kept a drugstore at Palisade tn former years. Judge Hickov was a veteran of the Mexican war, and. at one tune, a prominent druggist of San Iiancisco. In the prime of life he was a man of intelligence, and true and gener ous impulses. More recently he became addicted to drink, and being old and feeble his decline was rapid. We are not aware that he has any relatives on this coast. His funeral will take place at Palisade to day. — The C'nrMou C'halleuire. The Carson Tribune gays: “In reply to a challenge bent the Eureka Club by a picked niue of Carson, to play a game for the championship of the State and $500 a aide, game to be played in ('arson, the Eureka Club decline to play a picked nine, but will play any organized Club for $500 a side in Eureka. The Base Bangers are blow hards, and afraid to meet our ball tossers. Let them no longer claim the championship." What say our Eureka boys to this ? Bon ilsineii Keleniaeil. Judge Rive*, upon the receipt of the Grand Jury’s report yesterday, ordered that all the bondsmen on both the Italians' and possess bonds should b • released. This will practically cud all litigution growing out of the coal burners’ war. Ret nr net From the Enat. Mr. Julius Lesser returned last evening from his visit to the East. During his absence he purchased an immense stock of ciegunt goods for the New York store. We are glad to ace Mr. Lesser back in excellent health. Postponed. The trial of the caso of Atlas Hill prop erty-holders against Mr. Ahern, charged w.tli obstructing O’Neil avenue, has been postponed until Wednesday next. It is thought the matter will be amicably ad justed. Mew Mock. The Clothing Pazsar teceived an immense \mo«n‘ new g >ods yesterday, and some Qt the nobbiest suits to b > seen iu Eureka Ma hi purchased tkerfi at lew figure*. A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION AT BRISTOL. The IIIINIdo IIoi«2iiig-work* Blown to Atona« — One .Man Killed ami Another Seriously Injured. A Pioche correspondent sends us the fol lowing : Editor Sentinel A ter i ible accident occuiredat Bristol Tuesday. The engine of the Hillside hoistiug works was com pletely demolished by the explosion of the boiler about 5 a m.. and the building was completely wrecked. The boiler shot up into the air, over the dump and down to the bottom of the canyon, 1,80 ) feet below. The engineer, George Stackpole, was killed outright, his remains being found, in a ter ribly mangled condition, lodged in the branches of a tree in the canyon', over 230 yards from the scene of the explosion. Webster, the tireman, was found buried in tiie rums and was taken nut in an unrecog nizable and si useless condition, llis re covery is doubtful. Both were natives of Maine, and Mr. Ht n kpoic 1. aves a wile and two children, r< siding there, to mourn his untimely end. Had the explosion taken place at any other time than wlit-n it did, it is not at ail improbable that a great many would have been killed or injured, hut as it was, most of the men were und< r ground, and the day shift was below, not having left their cabins. The furnace will continue running, al though ore w ill not come f. om the mine for four or five days, there is some 10 or 12 days run on the dumps, and by that time the B iwery-Pioche engine, which was ship ped Wednesday, will he in position and hoisting ore as usual. Webster was taken down to Bristol for treatment, and the remains of Geo. Staok pole brought into Pioche for a Coroner’s inquest to he held over them.. This makes the seventh or eight accident at the Hillside in the last three months, among which may be mentioned that of Harmon, who w'as pretty badly crushed by the car falling on him. R. Walsh, the foreman at the furnace, who was caught in the wheels of the sampling mill. Higgins, Meehan and two or three others who are now getting on to recovery. Pioche, September 24, 1879. Tlie K<‘Ii<»ol-liou%e Contrart. Tlie contract for the building of the new school-house lias been awarded to T. It. P. Dimock in the sum of $13,500. There were two lower bids, to wit: Christie. $9, 000 and Peter Iiurke, $10,040. Mr. Chris tie, the lowest bidder, failed to qualify, Mr. Burke would have tiled a bond, but the Trustees were satisfied of two things; first, that the building could not be com pleted for $10,040 and second, because Mr. Burke would necessarily be compelled to delay the work until be could burn the brick for the construction of the building. A majority of the Board were not looking so much after a good bond as they were after a school-house, some comfortable place, for the children. Also they were anxious to avoid the trouble into which the Commissioners got themselves in the Court-house matter, by accepting a bid below the estimated cost of the building. Mr. Dimock had arranged with Mr. Hy land for ample brick and could proceed with the work at once. Hence be was awarded the contract, giving a good and sufficient bond to deliver the keys in sixty days from date. A Profound Mystery. The numerous fires at the Turner House are wrapped in impenetrable mystery. No less than eight attempts to fire the building have been made within two months. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are uot aware that they have an enemy on earth with a private grudge against them. The premises have been closely watched since these fires be came so alarmingly frequent. The prop erty c <st Mr. Turner over $12,000. The furniture alone is worth more than $3,000. There was but SI.500 insurance on the building (noneon the furniture) and this was terminated yesterday, the insurance agent uot caring longer to take the risk. For a month Mr. Turner has employed vigilant watchmen, but all efforts to detect the would-be incendiary have proved unavail ing. It is certainly a most remarkable case, and one calling for the fullest inves tigation. If there is an incendiary in our uiidst, let him l>e ferreted out and relent lessly punished. Mr. Turner has pur posely endeavored to keep these attempted fin s quiet with a view to detecting the guilty party or parties. 1'iicle llllly Again to the Front. Uncle Billy Walker is once more to the front, & fact which his numerous friends will be glad to learn. He has resum* d business at the old stand iu Jack Perry’s saloon. Uncle Billy Walker has been for 30 years a keeper of restaurants nrid chop stands. It necessarily follows that a man of his wide experience has no superior in the business. It is his purpose in the fueseut instance to do particularly well by lis customers. Everybody who feeds with Uncle Billy will get the finest in the land. His larder will be constantly stocked with the choicest meats, game, poultry, fish, etc., to be had in «lie markets. Meals will be served to order, at all hours, day or night. None but the best of cooks will be employed. In a word Uncle Billy intends keeping a fiist class place, near and in viting in all of its appointments. He serves bis first no al this morning. Give the old man a show. Piscatorial. A party of gentlemen, consisting of J. M. Fifleld Frank Doutrick, Sam Ballacli, and William Evans of Eureka, and T. F. Lawler, Robert Southern and Rudolf Ol son, son of Master Mechanic John Olson of Palisade, have been on a fishing excursion to the Humboldt. The Eureka division of the party returned by last night’s train. They report grand success and came back loaded to the guards with speckled beau ties. Jim Fifleld captured the the “ King of the brook,” a magnificent trout weigh ing about five pounds. Doutrick didn't get a nibble. He attributes his bad luck to the fact that the fish of our mountain streams have not been educated up to the point of tackling a fancy fly or artificial bug. The party have our thanks for a brain producer. Lanil Office Rualueai. Thomas Lyons, of Steptoe Valley, filed an application for desert land, to the E. half of N. W. quarter; E. half of S. W. quarter, and X. W. quarter of H. E. quar ter of section 28. township 19 north, range 63 east, containing 200 acres. Edwin A. Goodwin, of Ruby Valley, Elke county, filed an application for desert land, to the E half 8. W. quarter of section 26, in township 34 north, range 60 east, con taining 80 ucres. Tile Tent. The teat of the new theater by the Mimi cal Union last evening proved a marked success. The invited guests were numer ous and appreciative. A number of excel lent airs were rendered by the Union, but as our critic failed to put in an appearance we cannot attempt to paiticulsriac. It was thoroughly demonstrated by the enter tainment of last evening that the hull is all that could Le desired. A Ooo 1 Yield. The Jones Brothers shipped several tons of me from the Que« n mine to the Ru b in n-l furnace* yesterday, which assayed $370 per tun. Boyhood is candid and middle age, though u limy think the same things, is re liceut. “What part.” usked a Sunday school teacher. “of the burial of Sir John Moore do you like best?” He was thoughtful for a moment and tin n replied, “Few and short were the prayers wn said.” To prevent watermelon* frmu decay inf ie?« with a colored man. WRITTEN BY CAPTAIN FOLEY. Home Refer once to the Bine* of the Idaho Consolidated. Whatever fact lifts the mind out of the present moment elevates i*. We traverse* pad which is only less than infinite. The lamp of law which science is about to flash on bygone creations must be lighted from the present time. We read the history of creation from the rocks. There were two great agencies in the creative processes that have made a fit ing habitation for man, (ire and water. The crust of our globe is made of two classes of rocks, one of these is born of lire or igneous, and the other was form'd tin der wat* r or sedimentary. Find came the age of minerals with no life anywhere. Then tl.e flower-like radiates half plant, half animal in appearance. Then the shells Mpreading fur and wide in minute or large forms, making in places the very foundation of the globe by limestone and fo*silliferou8 rocks. The ge«'logical evi dence of the fossils found in t e linn stone that encase Eureka’s great ore channel is of the Silurian and Devonian periods, a very early period of the straiitb d rocks. Other geological testimony shows that these strata weie lifted from ti.eir subma rine position at the close of the Triassic period; raised from a silurian sea to their present elevation. From a careful study of the Mesozoic rocks of Nevada (by the geological survey of the fortieth parallel), we learn that the Triassie rocks consist of alternations of limestones and quartzites, which form a continuous section of many miles through the Eureka and Seer* t Can yon Mining Districts. The Jurassic rocks of those districts are shales. And such, upon a careful examination, we find the great ore channel in our midst, bounded by quaizite, shale and limestone. From these facts we learn the Eureka lode to be much older than the Comstock and less subject to In at. I he Holly mine, the property of the Idaho G. 8. M. Co., is situated about one and a half miles northwest from Eu reka. On entering the mine through an inclined shaft, 48 feet in depth, the hang ing wall formed of shale is exposed through the workings, dipping at an angle of 45 degrees. Many tons of ore have been taken out of this inclino. The second level is 80 feet from the surface, where a large mass of ore is found, consisting of gray carbon nates, averaging $138 (55 in gold and silver with 65 per cent. lead. The size of this ore body is uuknown. There is a drift running from this level, E. 8E., 100 feet in length, out of which hundreds of tons of ore were taken. The main incline has an angle of 40 decrees, is 200 hundred feet deep, and jielded several thousand tons of ore. Here are to he seen rich gray car bonnates, intermixed with rich sulphureta. This body of ore lays under the shale. No foot wail is in sight for two hundred feet. The main shaft is 130 feet iu depth, in two compartments, four feet in the clear. A double-geared whim is constructed over it. In the short winze, about 66 feet south west from the main shaft, there is a large body of galenaite ore, carrying gold and silver, averaging $150 to the ton. As depth progresses, this ore-body assumes large di mensions. The workings in shafts, drifts, stopings, crosscuttings, etc., aggregate more than 1,200 feet. This property is situated on the great ore-channel, and un der the careful workings of the present manager, will turn out to be one of the foremost mines of Eureka county. The Idaho North contains 1,500 feet, sit uated northwest of the Holly mine. The Eureka has 1,000 feet, and lays west of the Idaho North. The Venture property, covering an area of 4.500 feet, is situated a little west of north, butting against the end lines of the Eureka, and on the strike of the great ore channel. _ MAIL MOTES. Current Topics lie ported from All QiiHrterw. The supposed gold at Lemars.Iowa, is re ported to be mica. A New Albany youth has died as a result of swallowing melon seed*. A Lapeer, Michigan, man has been crazed by excessive use of tobacco. A rock salt mine has been discovered in the Black Hills. There is a talk in Italy of scalding mur deiera to death. Charity begins at home, and ends in a foreign mission society. Japanese paper napkins seem to be com ing iutu general use at stylish teas. A day’s hunt in Lyons. Kansas, uetted two prairie chickens and eleven suakes. Over 2,000,0 )0 pills were displayed at the Indianapolis pharmacy convention. The News roughly estimates the profes sional scuundi els in New York at 30,000. A three-months old baby at Perry, Iowa, in full attire, weighs less than 3 lbs. The trade mark of a well known Ken tucky whisky house was sold the other day for $51,050. A North Carolina church congregation paid its n&stor only half a bushel of peas for preaching. A woman at Belfast, Me., habitually pun ished her little child by sticking needles into its scalp and putting drops of boiling water on its arms. The stranger who talked eloquently in a Stamford (Conn ) prayer meeting turned out to be a burglar, who had come to town on business, and incidentally sought amuse ment. A man at Adrian, Michigan, has a beard 7 feet 6 inches long. It has been growing 18 years, and he puts it up in hairpins. He has never been married. SPECIAL NOTICES. At tl»e Golden Hule. Hats, the latest style aud the nobbiest, Chesp for Cash. _ At the Goldeu Kule. Suspenders, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Necktie and Socks, Cheap for Cash. At the Goldeu Kule. Pipes, Smoking aud Chewing Tobaccos, “Old Judge” and other brands of tobacco, and Cigarettes. Cigarette Paper, aud Catliu'a best brands Fine Cut Chewing Tobaccos—Cheap for Cash. __ At the Golden Kule. Letter, Note, aud Bill Paper, Pens, Ink Mucilage, Envelopes. Lead Pencils, Blotting Pads, Press Books, Etc., Cheap for Cash. au3 The Goldeu Kule More. New location, one door north of Hi Johnson’s old established grocery and provision store, where Joe will be glad to meet his friends and customers. At the Ciloldeu Kule. Men’s California woolen* nd Canton flannel Undershirts and Drawers Ck »p for Cash. The Hesult. The result of the eveut is that Joe, at the GOLDEN KULE STOKE, will sell Bouts aud Shoes very cheap fur cash. au21 At the Goldeu Kule. Pocket Knives, Jewelry, Pocket Coiubs, Mouey Sacks, Toilet Soaps, Florida Water and Packing Twlue, Cheap for Cash. At the Goldeu Kule. Gloves aud Mitts of buck aud dogskin, hand sewed, aud made from the bsst selected skies— Cheap for Cash. _________ At the Goldeu Kule. Leave your orders for Peucils, Books and Sh*et Music at the Golden Kule Store, where you can Hud all the late Catalogues. At the Goldeu Kule. The beat Overalls sud Jumpers—Cheap for Cash. Corbitt Wtkki.s. extra regular Busks, patent* . ed. one bit. at BART A9HIM 9. Rn.a Vrilino, in all colors—silk tissue—at W state a /aid, et BART. AMMIM'B. _ SPECIAL NOTICES. SELLING OFFS »ELLINti OFFS Owing to the death of our uncle, of the firm of Goldsmith, Lewis k Co., of Boston, M and being called there to take chirge of hi* af fairs, we are compelled to quit busine* in Eureka Within Thirty Day*! Consequently we will sell our entire ato< of Dry Gootln. Fancy Good*, Gcntw* and Boys* C lothing:, Boot* and Sin <**. And every article in the store, At a Great Sacrifice! •yCome early and get biirgaius, as we will PoMillvely Close in Thirty Day*! •3r Call and be convinced. ELIAS & BRO, Next door to the White Pine Bank. Eureka, August 15, 1879. au!6 ATTENTION, EVERYBODY t Having purchased the entire interest of W. H. Clark's Mercantile Business, 1 am uow prepared to furnish ALL KINDS OF GOODS At Prices as Eoav as the Lowest. By prompt attention to business accommo dating clerks, good goods, low prices, I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL. Try me, and Be Satisfied. F. W. CLUTE. Eureka, September 1, 1379. s2 Positive Bargains. Those forced drives now on, in every depart ment at the Miners’ and Mechanics’ Trade Depot. Money Wanted. Bart., of the M. A M. T. P., wants money, and will sell goods at any sacrifice. Ribbons. Ribbons dirt cheap, 10 cents on the dollar, at Bart Ashim’s. From Auction.—Embroideries, Insertions, Edges, Laces, Tapes, Silk Ribbons, Velvets, Fringes, Cord Elastics, Threads, Gimps, etc., from auction, at BART. ASHIM’S. The Diamond Rule.—Cash down—rules the roost at BART. ASHIM’S. Ladies’ Underwear, half factory prices, at BART. ASHIM’S. Coats’ Thread, only four bits a dozen, at BART. ASHIM’S. Reversible Buck Mitts, cheap, at BAHT. ASHIM’S Wail Papers! Wall Papers! Great Reduction in Price*! W. P. Haskell is receiving a Urge lot of the latest styles of Wall Paper and Borders, ud has put down prices within the reach oi all. Gilts, from 50 cents to |1 00. Satins, 25 cents. Blanks, 12)$ cents to 20 cents. jy i3 Notice. If you have a fine or complicated watci or clock, a music box. an automaton singing 1 rd, or any other delicate and intricate piec of mechuuUm needing repairs, go to EDW. WILHEL r, Chronometer, watch and clockmaker, one oor north of Meyers A Franklin, Main street. All work warranted to give perfect Bath ac. tiou or positively no charge. <>2 CELEBRATED W EBER PIANOS! -AND— Ektey Orgniis. Sherman, Hyde k Co., San Francisco, Pacific Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are con sidered the best a ml most durable. OneoRly buys a Piano in a life time, therefore get the best, the best is the cheapest, al ways. Prof. Wiu. Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka. Lamps! Lamps I ! The best assortment ever brought to Eur* ka, at REMINGTON k CO'S. W’ntckcM au«l Jewelry. If you want your fine watches re pal ted is the best manner and guaranteed for one year to keep correct time, go to Straus’ Jewelry Store below the Parker House. j©8 Turner IIou«e Bakery. The proprietor has just connected with his restaurant a Urge bake oven, and is prepared at all times to make wedding and fancy cakes. A first-class confectioner has charge of the above business. Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Re* paired. If you want to have your watches and jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry store, two doors above the White Pine County Bank, Main street. All work warranted. A Good Opportunity. The best chance to buy Dry Goods at the present time is now offered by ELIAS A BRO., next door to the White Pine Bank. A great re duction was made yesterday on every article In the house. au!6 Dress Goods, Irish Linen, White Goods, Kid Gloves, etc., etc., below first cost, at E. H. GRISWOLD'S, au2 Next door north of Joe Meades. All persons wishing to secure genuine bar gains, should call at the new store of E. H. GRISWOLD. Next door north of Joe Meudes. Clotbixo, Boots, Furnishing Goods, etc., at greatly reduced prices, at E. H. GRISWOLD 8. A rxxK lot of Millinery, the best ever offered in Eureka, at 60 cents ou the dollar. E. H. GRISWOLD. A Fact. Bart. Ashlm cannot be undersold by either wholesaler, retailer, or peddler, be he im ported or native, Jew or Gentile. CoR-Exa, only four bits,worth (2 50, at BART ASH1MS. Hose.—Children's Hose, striped, very cheap, at BART. ASHIM’S __ Fancy Goods, selling at any price, at BART. ASHIM’S. Enjoy Life. What a truly beautiful world we live In! Na ture gives us gruudeur of mountains, glen- and oceaua, and thousands of means for enjoyment i We can desire no better when in perfect health, but how often do the majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened, discouraged and worried out with disease, when there s uo occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof that Gr> en's A coirs" Flower will make them as free :*om disense an wheu born. Dyspepsia and 1 Iver Complsint is tbe direct cause of seventy -five per i-ent. of such maladies a* bllousness, ludl gestiou, sick headache, coBtiveuess, nervous prostration, dlzztlieNM *f the lieid. palpit .ttou of the heart, and other distress!!!* sympi >UiB. Three doses of August Flower will prm * its wonderful effect. Sample bottles. 10 cent*. Regular size. 75 cents. Try it. Sold by all flrst-elaae druggists in tbe Fulled States. F. REICELHUTH 8 QITADRII.I.E BAND WIIX FURNISH THE beat of roualc for Kalla. Parti.a, Sire ua.I.s, it Du* in* at tnn., FRANK HKIUt I.HUTII, Lndwr. turn, ••ytM.w.r u, til*. *J*U _ GRAND BALL. C3-E/A.3Sri3 DEDICATION BALL WILE RE GIVEN - .T THE NEW THEATRE BUILDING, --ON Thursday Ev. ning, Oct. 2,1879. Commutes of liitfttMtloiis KUBF.KA: Il'.'n G. W. Baker. Capt J. M. Mason, Hon. Geo. W. Cassidy Caj-t B. AI. Beatty, Hon. Wm. Doolin, Major David Mhiiheim, Hon .Fred Fisk, Lieut. Win. Tyler, Hon. Jmh. L. Smith. Lieut. Budd Reynolds, Judge Henry Hives, Li.ut l.U- rn, Judge F W. Coir, Herg’t. W. H. Dyar, Ju ge D. K. BKiiy, Berg't. 1*. T. Walali, Judge A. M. Hiilliouse, Serg’t. J. C. Duffy, Judge W. W. Bishop, Berg’t. C. K. Adiason, Judge C. J. Lansing, Dr. George A. Thoina, Judge F. H Hariuou. Dr A. C. Bishop, Judge W. H.Davenport, Dr. Gwens, Judge L. W. Cromer, Dr. J. William*, Gen. G. M. Sabin, Dr. J. A. Nesbitt, A'jt. Geu. J. R. Buttlar Dr. L. B. Joseph, Major H. T. Hoad ley. Dr. F. Thiele. Col E. N. Robinson. Dr. M. Rock man, Capt C. G. Hubbard. Dr C. Hamilton. A. L. Fitzgerald, Dr. Chambtiu. JohnT. Baker, Paxton At Co., Thomas Laspeyre. Sheriff AI. Kyle, George W. Merrill, E. R. Dodge, O. Duukel k Co., Ben. C. Levy, Jos. Togninl W. P. Hteichleman, H. Muller, A. Jackson, J. E. Pinter, W. II Remington, W. H. Clark, H. Kind, Jas C. Powell, Lesser Bros., P. P. Cana van, P. HMer, Chris. Molatesta, J. Straus, L. Brandt, Ed. Wilhelm, Gid. Scunland, M. Davidson, It. Rickard, H. Man, G. W. Lamoureux, Luther Clark. Charles Blazer, H. Vorberg, J. 8. Capron, J.V’. B Perry, Shed Wells, Father Hyacinthe, H. Carpenter, H. Donnelly, H. B McKee, Wm. Stephens, Chas. L. Broy, Robert Read, M. J. iranklin, Henry Bishop, Clay Simms, W. H. 8 to well, Abe Moser, Gabriel Cohn. Sol. Ashim, Chas. Lautenschlager, M. M. Johnson, Thos. Haley, S. G Humphreys, L. W. Davis. R. K. Morrison, Wm. Emarlck, B. J. Turner, A. W. Campbell, Charles Moore. Wm. Sweeney, A. E. Kaye, M. B. Bartlett, T. J. Read, Dick Hyland, Max Oberfelder, Sam. Cooper, Win. Arrington, N. Weafcoatt, F. J. Schneider, Ed. Dean, D. H. Hall, Jack Godfrey. T. S. Douglas, J. K. CoJerick, J. T. Marchaut, Marion Ferrell, J. H. AI erson, J. S. Whitton, Nick Millich, J. L. Hinckley, A. Cazuux, Max Moeller, J. A. Porter, George W Terry, A. Titus, D. w. Levan, L. Monaco, F. Hasten. Lambert Molinelli. Ed. Clute. BUBT HILL. J. W. Lambert, Thos. Pearson, Hartenstein Bros,. Jos. Seney, A. Berg, A. J. Atkins, J. Hampton, O. Deans, T. Morcom, F. J. Mette, E. Trofatter, Chas. Cady, M. Lyous, John McCauley, J. Tlckel, Wm. Harris, Chas. Livingstone, D. J. J. MacLauglin, Frank Alien, G. J. Griffith, Jos Bice, J. W. Brown, P. Rossi ter, Seth Longabaugb, S. S. RobiuKon, H. Ratrliffe, SaniT Langley, Dr. J. II. Lukens, Martin Tregallis, A. MeCuaig, Joseph Potts, Wm. Roberts, Thos. VIarks, Jack Richards, J. Sweeney, Jas. Warwick. PALISADE. G. F. Lawlor, T. It. Jewell, J. N. Hill, W. S. McClellan. John Olsen. niM BAL BILL. Capt. Plunixher, Jonathan Walker. Committee of Arrangements: Hon. Thomas Wren, IT. Johnson, It. Sadler, O. L. Scott, J- c Mendts. Deception .Committee i H. Johnson. Wm. Pardy, Geo. W. Baker, Wm. J. Amith, Fruuk Doutrick. Floor NiuiHgen: O. L. Scott. M. D. Foley. Chaa. H. Fiske, It. Sadler, Wm. O. Mills. Floor Director i Hon. Thomas Wren. Tickets. *3 OO Music by Frank Reigelhuth’s full Quadrille band. Eureka. Sept. 16, 1«79. al7-td FOK BALE AND TO LET. Houses To Let. A SALOON AND RESTAURANT, on South Main street, and a DWELLING HOUSE .djulnlug. cm ■ be rented cheap Hu-*’ Also, n Sew House, of three rooms, on Buel street. For particulars, apply to FRANK ALDERSON, At W. H. Clark’s Store, or st his residence, In rear of M. E. Church. Eureka, June 7, 1HT9. Je8-tf Cottage to Rent* rrHE UNFURNISHED BRICK COTTAGE, 1 known as the " Golden Rule” cottage, on the west side of Atlas Hill, containing three rooms, with good brick cellar, can be rented on good terms by uiAkiug early application to M. H. JOSEPH, at the "Golden Rule Store,” on North Main stieet. Eureka, Sept. 23 1879. s24-tf Furnished Rooms for Rent. A PARLOR AND A BEDROOM WILL BE rented en suite. Also a single bedroom. The rooma are all nicely furnished, with a piano iu the pari- r aud will be rented at reas onable pricea. Inquire of MRS. C. SCHWAMB. ae20-lm Nob Hill. FOR BAIiB. Alight span of American i HORSES, suitable for a buggy * or delivery team, can be bought cheap, by making application ut THOMAB HALEY'S BUTCHER SHOP. On North Maiu Street. Eureka, June 30. 1879. Jyltf TO RENT. Anew house, of three rooms, M situated next te the residence of Mutt. Kyle. Nob Mnl. Apply ou the premtaea. Eureka. July 29, *79. jy30-tf TO RENT. CCABINS TO BENT. FOR PARTICULARS. J apply at thla odice. auli THE LARGEST -aau BEST ASSORTMENT LAMPS Ever brought tw i-ur.k*, c.n hr ft uuU .t HkMMUI'OX * < Vl. Cur.bh »«»t,i*L>.r ku. .gig. uit-U WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. REMOVAL! THE LEADING JEWELRY ESTABLISHMEMT OF EA8TEBN NEVADA, Takes plkasvkk in inpormino the public tl»t lie ha* Bttfd up a NEW AND ELEGANT JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT, and la to be found Two Doors above the White Pine Count) Batik. Main Nlreel. Where he will be glad to *ee hia old frtenda, customer*. Mid the public at large Thanking Ihem for the peat, he Rollclt* their patronage for the future, tn hi* new place of buaineaa. Main Street, EUREKA, NEVADA. IIE BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIB Cus tomers and th« public that be has just re ceived s New and Well-Selected Stock Of tbs latest neMafijj of FINE JEWELRY! In addition to his Urge and fine stock which he keeps constantly on hand, consisting of D-l-A-M-O-N-D-8, COLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Gold Chains, verv fine Jewelry, all solid gold, of all kinds ; solid Silver and plated Ware, and O I- O O IC s Of every description ; all of which he guaran tees to be of the best quality, and warranted as represented, and which he offera to sell at 2S per cent, less than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex SPECTACLES and EYK-GLA88EB. C?* Please call and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the times. Special Attention Pit id to Witch Work, Watches repaired, cleaned and warranted far one year. New Jewelry made to order, end jewelry neatly ^paired. All orders from the country promptly attend ed to. OP- STEIjBH. Earek., July 17,1879. Jjlg-tf EDW. WILHELM, CHRONOMETER, WATCH A CLOCK MAKER Main Street, one door north of Meyers li Franklin's. Has just opened a large and choice selection of FIRST-CLASS JEWELRY, SUITABLE FOK Holiday Presents! New Jewelry Made To Order. Iteimlrlnjg of Jeuelry Neatly and Expeditiously Done. Especial attention is given to ENGRAVING. Orders from the couutry will be promptly attended to. Watches Carefully Repaired and Warranted for One Year. Twenty years’ experience in the very first chronometer, watch and dorkmaking establish ments of Dresden, Paris, London, Sliaugbai, Yokohama and Ban Francisco, a complete set of machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kindsof time-keeping instruments combined with the fact that I refund any money if ever l should fail to give entire satisfaction, will he a fair guarantee that none hut flrst-elaea work will leave my Lauds. EDW. WILHELM. Eureka, Pei-ember 14. 187H. dlfi-tf NOTICE. | N ORDER TO ESTABLISH A Uniform Time In Eureka, FROM THIS ID-A.Y MY REGULATOR WILL SHOW CORRECT EUREKA MEAN TIME, Taken by astronomical observation. ED. WILHELM, Chronometer MaVer. Eureka, July 14,1879. jylft-tf ADELPHI THEATRE, ON NORTH BUEL STREET. LORRAINE k CUEVEllRIA.Proprietor, OPEN EVE EVENING. MALE AMD FEMALE SI IN STEELE. ADMISSION FREE. Eureka, Sept. 16, 1879. ,17-lm TXTEI EPD.EK A, PLANING MILL, Situated on the corner of Buel and Bullies Streets, Eureka. Nevada. J. C. HARMON WISHES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF Eureka and surrounding towns that fc9 HAN FITTED t?P A NIIOP, With the most approved machinery, and It prepax ed To Do All Kinds of Surfacing And Matching. Scroll Sawing, Mortising and Turning of every description. Water Tanks, Store anil other Molded Doors. Door and Win dow Frames, etc., made to order, on short notice. Eureka, October *». 1*7. oMVtf 1ST ITIOE. Hall or tmk Bo oik Mink**’ Union. I Bom*. California. August US. 1*79. f A T A REGULAR MEETING OF THB l uion, the follow! ug resolution was unani mously adopted That JOSEPH and BERNARD MCDONALD. GEORGE HAUSER aud JOSEPH BIB NELL b« expelled fr iu tbla Union for* ver. aud their uuiues l>e oubl "lied iu the Budte "Dally Stand ard." Virginia Otljr "Kx *-ulag Chronicle," and the Eureka Skntxxkl, for the period of thirty daya frxua ate. T P SHvrOHNFSSY. President. Moht Cvllinam. Recording Hec’y. a'i-lw 1ST O T I O E. A IX TARTU, HAVINO CLAIMS AHA IN ST IV H. CLARK, aud ,11 u.rtlrA li.drbtod to Itiui, "r. rrwUAAlt.l to .'.It lu.iurdl.tvly .lid Mlllr wltb J. >1. MI'NIIY, At thA Aturv. cuAUA. of Main -a-l Clark streets. kurska. September 9, 197V, '1