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Eureka Dailn Sentinel.
TUESDAY, : : : : OCTOBER 21, 1879 EUREKA consolidated elec tion. The annual meeting of the shareholder* of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Com pany took place in San Francisco yesterday. A pretty fall report of the proceedings will he found in oar local columns, the same having been furnished the SE5TTXEL by telegraph. It would appear that Sena tor Sharon, and not the Bonanza firm, controlled the election. The old Board was ctmpoeed of the fallowing gentlemen: F. Zeile, President; Sol. Hydenfeldt. Vice President; Robert Zeile, J. W. Dob inson and F. Locan, Trustee*. The Board elected yesterday comprises the annexed names: F. Locan, President; Sol. Hydenfeldt, Vice President; J. W. Dobinson. Robert Zeile and 8. Hart, Trustees. Mr. Donnelly, as Superintendent, and Mr. Traylor, as Secretary, are retained by the new Board, which is a high compli ment to the capability of both. Mr. Locan succeeds Dr. Zeile as President, and Mr. Hart, a new mao. is made a Trustee. The Board, we infer, is of Mr. Sharon’s shap ing. The Bonanza people being large holders of the stock, were allowed, as be fore, a representative in the person of Judge Hydenfeldt. Mr. Hart, for angbt we know, may be a Bonanza man also, bat in any event the Bonanza's may be safely reckoned as in the minoritv. We had an intimation from a well informed source, some week* ago, that whenever Dr. Zeile should make up his mind to part with his stock, Senator Sharon would become the purchaser. Two tangible reasons were assigned for this prediction. Firgt, that Senator Sharon, beiDg a heavy owner in the Eureka A Palisade railroad, and the Eureka Con., being a heavy ship per over said road, he would not care to allow the management of the latter to pass into hands that might clamor for a reduc tion of the freight tariff. Secondly, that Senator Sharon being a candidate for re election, would naturally argue that a lead ing mine, employing several hundred men, in the hands of personal friends, would not be a bad thing to have in a closely con tested county. We do not know that any of these considerations figured in yester day’s election, but the suggestions are re garded as sufficiently important to be ac corded a place in these columns. We throw them in as merely the probable motives inducing the Senator to purchase Dr. Zeile’s ■Bares—11 ne aio. The friends—and they are many—of the local officers will be glad to learn that no change was made, either at the mine or re daction works. The annual report of the Minister of Mines in the Australian Colony of Victoria, for 1878. indicates a rapid decline in the gold production. The yield of the alluvial or placer diggings, has fallen from $20, 000,000 to $5,000,000, and that of quartz mills from $12,000,000 to $10,000,000 with in ten years, indicating an average decline of more than $1,500,000 annually; and about 2.300 men leave the businees every year for other more profitable occupations. The present number of miners is 36,000 ; including 22,000 in the placers, and 11,000 in the qnartz mines and mills. The aver age annual production to the man, $250 in the alluvial workings, and $700 in quartz ; and the average yield of the quartz is $10 per ton. The Graphic thus pictures the tramp; "A lot of boxes filled with loudly dressed and painted women, throngs of gamblers, saloon-keepers, dissipated-looking youths and premature aged men, watching in an atmosphere reeking with smoke and the fumes of bad liquor ; a procession of dirty and dusty vagabonds toiling around a track of sawdust and tanbark—that is wbat is to be seen at the Madison Square Garden, leased by the wealthiest man in America for a hippodrome walk.” The people of 8t. Louis bavs about given up the idea of ever seeing Professor Wise and young Burr, who went up in a balloon —the Pathfinder—two weeks ago. Not a word has been beard from them, and no traces of a collapsed balloon have been dis covered ; hence it is more than probable that the Pathfinder and its occupants went down together in Lake Michigan, or that they are lying somewhere in the forests of Illinois. _ The Boston Economist says: “ Mining ■hares have taken a new start in this mar ket, as they were bound to do. The sterling stocks are fairly alive, while the lower priced ones are beginning to feel tbe elec tricity of the speculating temper that is abroad in the community.” MeUICIH SAMPLES. Items mt Interest Called from State Exchangee. Paradise mines are looming np. Scarlet fever still prevails in Beno. Elko county also oomplaina of pneu monia. Beno has made no preparation! to receive Grant. A Methodist church has been organized In Elko. Tuacarora's Jail it a favorite with the trampe. Washoe will sail nearly 1,400 poll tax re eefpta this year. Wild ducks and quail are plentiful in the Virginia market. Tuaesrorn Good Templar* are increasing rapidly in numbers. An attempt is being made to reorganize the Austin Brass Band. Carson Chinese will deooraie upon the occasion of Grant's visit. Mason Valley it overrun with ducks, geese, quell end sage hens. The Appeal says silver is coming into the Mint In smell quantities only. It is said that Otto Gresnhood, of the Canon Appeal, contemplates matrimony. During the pact ten days there here been thirteen eases of fever among tba children at the Orphans' Homs in Carson. Tbs reosnt sxoitemant in Good Hope District ha* sub* ded. A few mine* are being worked, and some good or* is ex tras ted. A lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen ha* been orgenlzed in Beno. The^irdmr it inoreteing rapidly throughout Charley Benson, for many yeart conduc tor on tba Humboldt division of tbs Can tral Pacific, is to have * position on the Battle Mountain road. At the northern bee* of the mountain range, egst of the Carson sink, lies * large salt basin, in which enough salt could easily be gathered to (apply the world for a considerable time to oome. A Convention of school teachers will be hold in Baa FraaeUse DseeaMr t», EASTERN NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. (•FU-UL TO THE EtTEEEA DAILT BEXTIXEI.. | The Indian War in Colorado. Probable Diffitalty Betwrrn Two Old Army Officen. YELLOW FEYEB STATISTICS. A Glowlwg Affonnl of Montana n Imirtw. CHETExjfe, October 20. The following dispatch has been re ceived : “The camp on White River, three mile* north of the Agency, October 17th, ▼ia Rawlin* — Tbia afternoon General Merritt and hi* command returned to this point, the order* from Washington being to suspend operation* against the Utes, and to awsit order* either at White River or Bear River, as negotiations for peace are in progress, it being understood that the hos tile* have agreed to surrender the warriors engaged in the late depredations. It is probable that the combined commands of Xerritt and Gilbert will remain for the present at this point, although nothing ia known as to future movements in the eveot of peace being established. It is al together probable that a permanent mili tary post will be constructed either at Bear River or the Agency.” Plain Language from an Army Officer. Washi.vgtqjc, October 18. As has been generally understood since the promulgation of the finding* of the Schofield Commission in the Fite-Jobn Porter case, the fact that Porter's dis patches to General Burnside were made public by the latter ha* much, if not every thing, to do with Porter* conviction. Porter, regarding his dispatches to Burn side as private, was much freer in his com ment* on Pope than if he haul supposed they were to be given out. Gen. Frank lin, Commander of the Sixth Army Corps, has written a letter on the subject to an old army friend, in which he uses language calculated to prompt Gen. Burnside to de mand an explanation. He says: ”The late developments in the Porter case show how dangerous it is to trust a fool, however well meaning a fellow he may be. Porter's dis patches to Burnside were friendly missives, and whatever he said about Pope was in tended doubtless for hi* own eye only.” Gen. Franklin continues: “Nobody but a fool could have looked upon them in any other light, and it was the height of folly, indeed of knavery, for Burnside to have transmitted them to Washington.” Gen. Burnside is fussy, but he is courageous. He gave the lie direct to Senator Conkling in Executive session last winter, and his friends here say he will certainly call Gen. Franklin to account for his language. Hope lor Irmpbia. Memphis, October 20. Twe new cases were reported yesterday. Last night it was very cold, with the wind from the north. One death has occurred iu Forest City, Arkansas. The total num ber of new cases reported for the week end ing Saturday is 59—white, 42; colored, 17; total to date, 1485. Total deaths from yel low fever for the week, 31 ; total to date, 456. Six cases are reported to-day to the Board of Health. A dispatch from Forest City, Arkansas, says there are nine people now sick in that city. A telegram was received from Washing ton this morning, authorizing a sufficient force of pickets on the roads leading into town, after this date no one will be al lowed to enter or leave Forest City without a special permit. Mantaaa's Resources. Sew Yobk, October 20. The Tribune says: “Butte City, which is chief among the mining centers of Mon tana, has not only great deposits of silver, but a belt of copper, which is likely to ap proach these deposits in importance and value. Our correapondent’s letters show that if one obstacle to tbe successful re duction of copper ores can be removed, these copper veins will be of enormous value. This obstacle is the presence of arsenic, which diminishes the availability of the ore, but it is hoped that a process can be devised by which this may be elim inated. Success in this endeavor will add an important element to the wealth of the Territory.” The Governor's Meeting. Philadelphia, October 20. Tbe Governors visiting here, to make ar rangements for the celebration of tbe cen tennial anniversary of tbe surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, attended divine service yesterday at tbe old Christ Church, which Washington attended while Presi dent. They were seated in the pews which Washington and Robert Morris occupied. Governor Hoyt was accompanied by bis staff, who were in full uniferm. ' The church was decorated with flags and na tional shields, containing the names of Washington, Morris, Bishop White, Frank lin and Francis Hopkinson. The Feeling In Colorado. Washihotok, October 20. Inspector W. J. Pollock telegraphs to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, from Den ver, Col., as follows : The Governor and leading citizens here unanimously affirm that the Indians must be removed from tbe State, or exterminated by the State, if not by the Federal Government forces. Con fidence, they aay, can never be restored. It is only a question whether the result will be attained at once or by a slow and tedious warfare. Cold Wonthor In Mew York. New York, October 20. The cold wave at last has arrived. The thermometer stands at 14 degrees, and a sharp, cutting wind prevails. The same state of circumstances exists throughout the Northern States from the Mississippi river eastward. No rain has yet fallen, and no prospect of it. Some apprehension is felt lest the frost comes before the rain, which is sotely needed. On the railways within thirty miles of New York, drinking water is being sold by tbe glass. Mow* of the Palisander. Chicago, October 20. A dispatch from Lake, Ind., says that a package of papers, thrown from the bal loon Pathfinder, has Just been found. FOREIGN NEWS. [ SPECIAL tO THE EU&EJCA DAILY SENTINEL. ] Punishing the Afghans—Xngaslne Explosion. London, October 20. Tbe Times says it is quite probable that the abdication of tbe Ameer of Afghanis tan may ultimately further tho task im posed on us in tbe punishment of Cabul, and the reduction of Afghanistan to a set tled gorernment. The independent tribes between Ali Kheyl and Shutargarden are still assembled and making hostile demon strations. Reinforcements are proceeding thither from Cabul and Kurrum for united action in case of need. General Gough has occupied Knehi. A dispatch from All Kheyl, dated Octo ber 19th, says the cause of the explosion of tbe magasiue of Bala Hissar is unknown. The first explosion occurred at half-past 1 o'clock in the afternoon, aud the secoud at 4 o'olook. Further explosions are appre hended. The magasiue, it is believed, con tained 42,000 shot and shell, a large num ber of Snider's rifles and six tons of pow der, One man of the Sixty-sixth regi ment. 21 Goorkhas and many Afghans were killed by the explosion. Five oontiea in California oontaln quick silver mines. During the past three years the sggregale production has been, in flasks: Napa county, Redington mine. 25, 494; Lake county, Bulpliur Banks, 30,849 ; Great Western mine, 14,266; Bonoma coun ty, Oakland, 4,687 ; Fresno county, New Idris, 17,846; Hants Clara county. Guade loupe. 14,952 ; New Almaden, 56,488. A leak of quicksilver contains 74 >4 pounds. PAC I FIC_C OAST. [SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SEXTIXEL.] CALII'ORXU. Election of Minins Ottiffr* lUxlle Dividend —Murder nnd Knleid*. Sa>* Fea.vci?»co. October 20. Much interest was taken in the annnal meeting of the Exchequer Company, held this afternoon, as a spirited contest l*e tween Messrs. Schultz and Coleman was expected. In person and by proxy, 95,300 shares were represented, of which a suffi cient portion was voted in the interest of Mr. Coleman to give his side control of the Company. The foil .wing directors were elected E. B. P»n«.-ell. C. L. Weller, L. T. Lag are. Wm. H. Hear* and D. Critten den. Messrs Sears and Crittenden are new members. The other directors were re elected. having (been appointed at a meet ing called some months ago by Mr. Cole man. At the annual meeting of the DeFrees Mining Company to-day. a split occurred and two tickets were elected. The old man agement elected directors as follow s : Jas. Morgan, C. Withara, T. W. Green, John Lander and Thos. E. Atkinson; President, C. Witham : Secretary, T. E. Atkinson. The opposition choose for directors : H. V. S. McCullough, Henry Ingraham, A. G. Swain. G. F. Ham*. F. Grosv* nor ; Presi dent, H. V. S. McCullough ; Secretary, F* Grosvenor. Bodie declare** a dividend of 50 cents, payable November 1. The transfer books will be closed to-morrow, to facilitate the opening of the New Y<-rk agency. The official returns of the late election show a vote in favor of Chinese immigra tion of 883, while the vote against it was 15 * 638. At the Oaklanl ba«e ball grounds to-day the Chicagoans defeated the Californias 13 to 0. At the Recreation grounds, in this city, the Cincinnati defeated the Hop Bitters, of Roches tr. Attempt*.1 Murder. Vallejo, October 20. This afternoon Mi.hael O’Keefe made a desperate assault upon his wife with a hatchet while she was at the dinner table, and inflicted four frightful gashes on her head. O’Keefe then ran toward the Or phan's Home, and was captured by the officers. Before being arrested, he drew a large pocket-knife, placed it at his throat and threatened to kill himself, but was pre vailed upon to desist from his suicidal de sign. O'Keefe had been drinking hard all day and the night before. The woman is in a critical condition. A Deliberate Suicide. »AN 1.AFAEL, UCtODCr ZU. Thos. Carrothers, an old resident and greatly respected citiz* n of To male*, com mitted suicide yesterday by hanging him self at his ranch, three miles from the lat ter place. He used a hair rope, climbed to a high beam in the barn and dropped from it—a fall of five feet. His neck was broken. He bad for some years been suffering greatly from some incurable disease that had gradually affected his mind, and he had repeatedly said that he would take his own life. It would seem that the act was deliberately planned, as he had settled up hia affairs and made his will, the contents of which are not yet made public. His es tate is valued at $10,000. He was 50 years of age and a bachelor. NEVADA. The Prospects in the Sierra Nevada. Virginia, Nev., October 20. Jno. Kelly reports good ore in face of the Sierra Nevada drift, and white quartz in Union shaft. Archie Borland and H. M. Levy have just come from the SierraNevada. Both report the drift 48 feet in ore with two bunches of porphyry the si2eof a man’s hat in the left side and good ore on the right. The ore has every sign of permanence. BOHN. Ruby Hill, October 20—Wife of Henry Sharkey, a ton. DIED. Winnemucca, October 17—William H. Liasner, a native of Saxony, aged 25 years. Virginia, October 16—Jeremiah Hallinan, aged 23 years. NEW TO DAY. j O. L. SCOTT. L. MOLINELLI. J. W. SMITH. EUREKA HALL, Bnel street. Eureka, Xcitds. 0. L. Scott k Co., • Lessees nod Managers. The Finest Hall in Eastern Nevada. 700-Seating Capacity—700 ft'HE HALL IS COMPLETE IS SCESEBV X And Stage Appointments, suitable for THEATRICALS, BALLS AND PARTIES, Dates now open. Terms reasonable. Address O. L. SCOTT k CO., P. 0. Box 352, Eureka, Nevada. Eureka, October 20, 1870. oc21-tf TAX NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE State and County Taxes for 1879 are now due and payable at my office, at the Banking Houae of Paxton A Co., and that the laws re garding their collection will be strictly en forced. 0AM L. COOPER, County Treasurer, and ex-offlcio Tax Collector. Eureka. October 20, 1879. oc21-tf Two Houses To Bent. The undersigned has two houses to let. One Is furnished, and the other unfurnished. For particulars, apply to MRS. WILLIAM COOMBS, On Suurh O'Neil Avenue. Eureka, October 20, 1879. oc21-3t Assessment Notice. PHENIX SILVER MINING COMPANY— Location of principal place of business, ban Francisco, California ; location of works, Eureka District, Eureka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 17th day of October, 1879, an assessment. No. 20, of twenty five cents per share wss levied upon the cap ital stock of the corporation, payable imme diately in United btates gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, Room* 6 and 7, No. 327 Pine street, San Francisco, Cali luruia. | Any stock upon which this assessment shall I remain unpaid on the twenty second day of November. 1879, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction ; and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on MAT UhDAY, the Twentieth dsy of DECEMBER, 1879, to pay ' he delinquent assessment, togeth er with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. F. VEKDENAL, Secretary. Office—Rooms 6 and 7,*No. 327 Pine street, Ban Francisco, California. oc21-td Annual Meeting. OFFICE MORTIMER MINING COMPANY, Ban Franclaco, Octobdr 18th, 1m79.—The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of the Mor timer Mining Company will be held at their Office, Room 4, No. 401 California street. Ban Francisco, California, on TUESDAY, NOVEM BER 11th, 1879, at the hour of twelve o'clock, noon, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors, to serve for the ensumg year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Trans fer books will close on Friday, October 81st, 1979, at the hour of 3 p. m. DAVID A. JENNINGS, Secretary. Office—Room 4, No. 401 California street. Ban Franolsoo, California. ocjl-td Annual Meeting. OrriCC HAMBURG MINING COMPANY, San Franolsoo. California, October 18th, 1879.—The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of the Hamburg Mining Company, for the pur pose of electing a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and fur the trausction of such other business as may properly come before it, will be held at the office of the Com pany. Room 4, No. 401 California street. Shu Frsuclsco, California, on TUESDvY, NOVEM BER 11th, 1879, at the hour of eleven o'clock 1 a. M. Transfer books will close on Friday, Oc- * tuber 81st, 1979, at the hour of a p. m. DAVID A. JENNINGS, Becretary. J Office—Boom 4, No. 401 California street, San » Francisco, California. oe'Jl-td » NEW TO-DAT. _ I LOOK AT THIS! A Chance for Housekeepers. Immense Saie of Furniture AT AUCTION. I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. ON the premisa, ua Saturday, Nov. 3th, 1879, All of the furniture n- * uaed :n the lodging house over Mr. O. Bundle's *tore, consisting in part of fine Fine Marble-top Fumitcre, Spring and Hair Mattressei, Blankets, Pillows, Steves, and Numerous Other Articles, USEFUL IS HOUSEKEEPING. The«« articlt« roust in*' will b sold, rt'- MT i 1»». of prUe. The •ttenlton of the public 1. ceiled t., till, nele. end ,11 ,re invited to exam ine the furniture at any time. WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY. Eureka, October 29, 1.-79. oc*21-td Mountain Lodge, No. 27, I. O. O. F. OFFICES AND MEMBERS ARE HEREBY notified to attend the regular meeting, next SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 25th, at7H o'clock. Busier?* of importance de mands Ilia attendance of all menu era. J. TEIDJE, N. G. P. T. Walsh, Rec. Sec. Eureka, Ntv., October 2»). 1879. oc21-lw To Whom It May Concern. THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing between the undi rsigned, in the livery stable busmsa*. in Eureka, has l>een this day dissolved by mutual consent. Ail debts due the old firm will lie collected by Moore Bros., who will pay all the Indebtedness. C. B. MOORE, A. M. 1ULLHOUBE. Eureka, Oct ber 20, 1879. oc21-ltu Furnished Rooms To Let. TWO COSILY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH or without fire, to rent. Inquire at my residence, on Paul street, near the corner of Clark. JAMES HUMPHREYS. Eureka, October 20, 1879. oc2l-!m FIFTH ANNIVERSARY BALL -OF THE I -AT MINERS9 UNION HALL, -ON RUBY X^IX_i3Lj, Thursday Eve’g, Oct. 23,1879 Committee of Invitation : ALL MEMBERS OF TIIE MINEB8* UNION. Committee of Arrangement*: A. G. McKenzie, F. Fitzpatrick, Jas. Hampton, J. T. Richard*, W. U. Barrett, Chaa. Canfield, Jno. E. Jones. Reeeptiou Committee: Chaa. Chambers, Itobt. Young, Thos. Barnea, Geo. Dell, Itobt. Martin. Floor Manager*: Btepen Wallace, Pat. Stanton, Geo. A. Day, M. C. Holly. Floor Director: Henry Rateliffe. A genera! invitation is extended to all. The best music Is secured for the occasion. TICK ETA.&3.00 lfusic by Frank Rcigelhuth's full Quadrille band. Supper at Mrs. Cavanaugh's Boarding-house. olC-td VMIBLE PROPERTY FOR SALE! THE LARGE BRICK HOUSE -OK North 8pring Street. fTIHE LOT 18 100 FEET SQUARE, AND X the house is 3HX100. and contains FIF TEEN LARGE AND AIRY ROOMS, some of which are in suits. The house is well fur nished. There is a well of good water on the premise*. The property is well adapted for a boarding or lodging-house, and if early appli cation is made, Will Be Sold Cheap for Cash. The property will be sold with or without the furniture. For information, inquire of J. B. KEEN, Auctioneer. Eureka, October 17,1879. ocl8-lin The Best and Largest AND THE MOST VARIED STOCK BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY! Etc., to be found in Nevada, can be had at W. E. DAVIDSON’S, In the Poitoflice Building-. Merchant*. Lawyer*. Accountants, Every body, can be supplied with everything in the stationery line, and can have their PBIVTINU BONE AT EAMTEBV PBICfcfi. Call and examine our stock, and learn the prices. Eureka, Oct. 3, 1379. oi-tf. A RARE CHANCE. OX ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH, MRS. M. A. AS HIM OFFERS THE EPICUREAN RESTAURANT FOR RKNT. The House la well furnished an 1 doing A good business. For particulars, apply on the premise*. Eureka. October 18, 1879. oc!9*tf W A N T ED~ BO Large Men, BO Medium-sized Men, 60 Small Men, and any Number of Ladies. Inquire it E. U. GRISWOLD'S, Next to Joe Mendes. Eureka, October 17,1179. ocli-tf CLOTHING AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS. THE GOLDEN RULE STORE, -the CHEAPEST HOUSE -IN EASTERN USTIEJ'VTA.ID-A.. ONE PRICE AND ALWAYS RELIABLE. Cents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Overalls, Jumpers, Tobacco, Cigars, STATIONERY AND NOTIONS. Eureka, October 13. 1&T9. _ CLOTHING WAR -AT THE BAZAAR! BY THIS BE IT UNDERSTOOD T'HAT WE HEREWITH DECLARE WAR AOAINST ALL CLOTHIXO HOl'SEJI IN ECRF-KA, aud that we fight to win and for glory ! In arcordcnr* with the above. l>e it eaac fed that, on to-morrow, the next day. and every day thereafter, we will sell our immense a tuck of CLOTHING, GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAP8, Etc., Etc., Etc., At a *nre urinf of roar Dollar* on «»rf Tea Dollar* worth af Woods pure based from U». IX WITNESS WHEREOF. NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES i Overcoat*.7r('u* 87 88 w 840 00 Cl.tori . from 8 80 *° 38 00 Winter Suit*. ,ronl 8 00 *° 80 08 Winter F*ote.trom 8 00 10 8 00 Winter Underwea-, per ..trom 1 00 to 16 00 Red Marysville Flannel, extra heavy Under Drawer,, each from 1 00 to 1 50 Red Marysville Flannel, extra heavy Undershirts, each.from 1 00 to 1 50 Gray Miasion Flannel, extra heavy Under Drawer,, each. 1 85 Grav Mission Flannel, extra heavy Under Shirta, each. 1 85 jjats . from 1 60 to 5 00 Boots and Shoe*.from 8 00 to 10 00 Four-point Vicuna Blanket*. Four-point Gray Blanket,. " Assorted lot of Brown and Gray Blankets..from 8 50 to 5 50 Bovs1 Suita. ,rom * 50 to 10 00 Youth,1 Suita.trom 7 50 to 20 00 Six pair. Shaker Socks for. 4 00 And if not enough, will give you 12 pairs. WE ABE CARRYING NOT LESS THAN $00)000 WORTH OF GOODS) And it I# to be aold here, aa we do not Intend to pay freight on goods to tend back. Our FURNISHING GOODS' DEFAhTMENT CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN THE WORLD. We do not intend to fail. Neither have we Commissioned Drummer*, a* reported. All we wlah la. to convince the people of Eureka that they can aave money by calling on us. as. on account of the Vest Amount of goods we purcba*e we can buy them Fifty per cent. le»e than any houxe in town, and consequently will give the people of Eureke tbs benefit. All we aai is to take a look at our store and examine our immeuse stock before going el as where, aa We stand alone, end defy the world to sell cheeper end better etoek then cen be honpht et the CLOTHING BAZAAR! NEXT DOOR TO PAXTON A CO’S BANK. JACOB COHN, MANAGER. All Good* Marked in Plain Figures. Eureka, October 8. 1879. _°<*tf TURNER’S SALOON, -IN THE TURNER HOUSE, Mouth Main Mtreet, Eureka. THE CBOICEST OF VINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS To be obtained, only will be kept. Enreka, October 10. 1879. odl*tf THE LARGEST BR8T ASSORTMENT STO V E S Ever brought to Eureka. o.n b. fouud at KKMIFOTOF * t'O’M, Eur.ka, October 8, 187*. ot-tf NOTICE TO JMVELERS. PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO RAIL WAY Stations will please procure tickets at the Jackson House, or at the Fashion Stable, and leave orders to be called. W. H. SWEENEY Ji CO., s«14*tf BBS Proprietor#, FOB BALE AND TO LET._ Cottage to Rent. rpHE UNFURNISHED BRICK COTTAGE. I knows u tbe“ Golden Ruls" cottage. on the wool eldeof Atlee Hill. coutalnlng three room., wltb good brick celler, cen be rented on good term* by waking early •PP*lc*J*on ,, H. JOSEPH, at the ** Golden Buie Store, ou North Main atieet. Eureka, Sept. 9* 1979. a94*t/ Famished Boom To Let. A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. wltb etore, cm be ted by making early application to AUGH, ocg-tf On North Spring a tree t. Furnished Booms for Beat. A PARLOR AND A BEDROOM WILL BE A. rented en eatte. Alio * (Ingle bedroom. The room, ere all nicely fnrniabed. with s plena In the parlor, and will be rented at re enable prtoee. Inquire ef * MBS. 0. RCHWAMB. ■.901m Nob Hill. To Rent, or For tale. T'HX BOOM NOW OCCUPIED BY TOMMY DOUGLAS aa a saloon, la offared for rent, aa he proposes to occupy the upper etory i or a one-half Interest ta the business will be aold. Eureka, August 14, 18Tg. SUlMf TO IR. E 1ST T . A NEW HOUSE. OF THREE ROOMS, Ag A altuated next te tb, realdence nt imB Matt. Kyle, Neb Hill. Apply on the premleee. Bureba, July M. IRTR. iylO-U __ PBY GOODS AXD CLOTHING. NEW GOODS! -AT MACL.iREN & CO’S, OCB STOCK FOB THIS SEASON SIR l-taacs anythin* we here y,t .hewn.!, v^xjxje, STYLE, AND millinery, DRESS COODS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES. Elegant Camera Hair Cloak* and Dulaiaaa. Ladies’ Underwear a specialty. W’Don’t forget the place, M A CL A REN A CO. Opposite the Odd Fellow’s Ua’i Eureka. June 3, 1879. je|-tf IHil'OS AND M i!DD IN i s. J.F.SCHISiEIDER Has Again Oponed His ft DRUG STORE,g At Ibe Old Ntanil on Main Street, Second dour north of Joe Mtndea' Saloon J AM PREPARED TO PUT UP PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, AND ORDERS FOR Drugs and Medicines, At all hours of ihe day or night. I also hare a full Hue of PERFUMERY, Toilet Articles, llnlr Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brashes, tie.. And In fact everything naually found in i6r»t. class Drug a lore. F. 1. SCHNEIDER Eureka, Msy 21. 1S79. taj26-tf BERM DREB *STORE, No. 89 Main Street. south of Tamer House. Keeps a full assortment all kinds of Foreign and l>« icestk %S DRUGS AND CHEMICMS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, FA NCI ARTICLES. And everythin# else usually to be found to s first-class Drug Store. Phjilrlaui* Preerrlptloni C arefully <'Olft |MMI U <1 «NJ. DR. E. THIELE. Proprietor. Eureka, July 93. 1879. iy24 tf DANCING SCHOOL. PROF. ANTOINE DUVAL 8 INSTRUCTION IN DANCING WILL COM MENCE on Wednesday, the 1st of October -AT EUREKA OPERA HOUSE THE CHARGE FOR A TERM OF TWELVE LESSONS WILL BE : For oue Ueutlemsn.110 For one I.aiiy... • For one Child . • The regular days for tuition will bs Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, But ths First Lesson will bs on Wednesday, Or I. lat, ait 5 oVlorll P. M-, for Igidlea nud Children. Lady visitors art cordially Invited to visit this class. Ths Gentlemen's class will bs on tb« isms •venlng st half-past 0 o'clock. No visitors will be allowed to ttdi class. Eureka, September 24. 1879. TREMONT HOUSE, Opposite Klrliuioud I'uruMi. Hr. hemp again to the fsost, • with the choice.! .toek of Uroeerlee, Provision., Liquor. Ml rigor*. Direct from 8»n TrvncUco. THE TREMONT HOt’ftE will be ran eida. by White labor. No more Chlane ! The Table will be Fire! Claw la every particular. Would be ple.eed to tee >11 my old frleoAi. and will ende.vor to m.k. uew oue*. MEALS AT ALL HOCUS Board per week, * S7.w H. R. KEMP, Prcprletor, Eureka, September 16, Will. M-W TO THE LADIES OF EUREKA. MRS. C. CRAVEN, Fashionable dressmaker. to* merly from San Frsuciseo, has resuu.se business On Bnel atreet, eppealte the Uad«r OfllCCi Where ahe would reapectfully aollcit their patronage. A PERFECT FIT AND SUPERIOR WORE WARRANTED. Eureka, Sapt. 30, 1»7».^_ocl'la* . CIGARS AND TOBACCO. manufactory. All KINDS OF SMOXiNS MO FlliO T3SACC0S: jsssssrsi.s.wssrjs*!. Samples of Tubaecoa will Cl]ntl DEALERS, at wholesale price*, auu per pound for poetage, , Will y*<£d for Price LI»t. T,irm.< L* ‘.. give aatlfaotory raferaacet^fdeairea^ (Agent for Manufacturer* ) oclO-lm Mount Union, P»-_ 1 DVEBtTnk I* tMS M 2S!ai A tamint, the «•*« •a™u ‘ * .aSantera Nerida