Newspaper Page Text
Eureka Dailn Sentinel
;,-r.l>lY.TTTToCTQBEB 21.1878 ' avrr T MAN 1* authorized to rcceire «nb EU i, n,m« in till! town, for th« Siirmiil ,Cri ,■ Meet ter the same. All person! in Eu *”k! nwlnK for subscriptions will make pay. ■m ol to him. pokfornra iiorns. ti * office is open on week d«v! from 8 ,\u:k A M. to 4:30 P. M., and from 6 to 5 '• •iot k in the evening. T Ro^iatry and Money Ord«r busincM cloaea at * jiiUroid mails close at H:30 r. tt. OX SUNDAVS Th(, offiro Is open from 1- »■. to 1 r. tt. VESTEUDAV’N stock sales. Sun Frnnelsco .Stock Eiebanie. morning board. ,7,1 0pbir-31 ni't 31!* Inin Mexican—.>6% o0 4 3b 280 Gould A Curry—10% 10% 10% 90 Beat at Belcher—17% 17% 215 California—5 % 5% bo 150 Savage-12% ];i5 Con. \ irginia—5 % 0% 280 Chollar—6% 6% 7 320 Hale A Norcronn—14% 14% 14 225 Crown Point 395c 390c 4 24() Yellow Jacket—15 14% 14% 180 Savage—12% 2k;5 Imperial—110c 105c 4<) Ken tuck—4 80 Alpha—14% 14% 150 Belcher—390c 10 Yellow Jacket—15 85 Confidence—9% 1405 Sierra Nevada—59% 60 61 60% 62 61% til % 62 61 62% 105 Utah—25 24% 24% 530 Bullion—7% 7%1)5 7%bl0 7% 300 Exchequer—5% 5 60 Overman -9% 9% 22i) Justice—305c 3 900 Union—75% 75 74% 1*5 Alta 6% 6 120 Lady Bryan—80a 75c 125 Julia—3 % 380c 380cb5 205 Cale Ionia 2 % 255c 125 Silver Hill— 130c 100 Challenge—210c 2 45 New York—50c 8 ) Occidental—240c 100 Senator—20c 820 Sheridan—55c 50c 500 Lady Washington—120c 115c 2'J Ovi rma.i -9% 30 Ophir—34% 325 Mexican—36% 36% 100 Andes—105c 2000 Wt ils Fargo—15c 275 Ward—260c 700 Scorpion 5% 5% 5% 5% 200 Trojan—15c 225 Beaton—31*°^ f 6 K) Imperial —105c 970 Golden Gate—2% 2% 1250 Con. Dorado—3 100 Flowery—50c 380 N. Bonai .1—145c 140c 100 Mackey-45c 15 Union—75c 10 Deaton—385c 200 Union—75 100 Scorpion—5% 50 i* uton- 395c 140 Mountain View—280c 290c EVENING BOARD. 1 l.'iO Raymonds Ely—120c 14 140 Eureka Con.—254 254 25 450 Leopard—55c 50c 825 Gila—30c 25c 75 N. Belle—54 5 4 50 Manhattan — 24 400 Mi tallic 75c 80c 75 Grand Prize 200c 2C5o 1460 Argenta—1 420 Nav o- 40c 35c 50 Endowment—50c 265 Independence—160c 165c 100 Star—55c 1650 Tuncarora—40c 1890 Belle Isle—435c 430c 44 1360 Day—1 105c 110c 270 Paradise—14 500 Albion—20o 700 N. Belle Isle—23o 2500 Big Prize—35o 50 Mt. Diablo—94 395 Bodio—13 12 4 1875 B*vhtel —140c 145c 14 150 Metallic—75o 70 Tioga—340o 160 Summit—14 200 Belle Isle—4 4 200 Bulwer—114 115 Syndicate —64 64 100 Goodshaw- 4Uo 840 Oriental—40c 275 Blackl awk—70c 65c COo 140 Booker 75c 70c G5c 20 Mono—0 275 Con. Paeiflo—74 74 150 University—25c 225 Dudley—90c 550 Jupitoi —130c 1 4 ; ais't paid 250 8. Bulwer—45o 200 Addenda—40c 115 Noonday—290c 3 12o N. Nouiidpy—34 3 4 850 Mammoth—7 6 4 64 1150 Boston Con.—140c 14 440 Martin White—170o 900 Tiptop—120c 280 H. King—6 6 4 150 Caledonia, B. H.—24 230c ttTUEKTfl-~4x30 P. M. Union, sales 67; Sierra Nevada, 55 4*; Ophir, 31a; Mexican, 34a; Union, 674s; Yellow Jacket, 14V,g 15a 144s; Utah, 24s; Ophir, 334s; Alta. 64a; Best A Belcher, 17 4 b; Sierra Nevada, 55s; Hale A Nor* cross, 14a; Savage, 114 b; Scorpion, 5a; Bullion, 74s; Imperial, 105b; Crown Point, 895b; Mexican, 34«; Utah, 23 4«; Mexican, 834 s 33 4s; Sierra Nevada, 55 4* 56s; Alta, 64b; Scorpion, 5s; Gould A Curry, 104e; Hale A Norcrosa, 14s; Con. Virginia, 5 4 b; Potosi, 5 4b 54*; Ophir, 334s; Mexican, 84b; Julia, 365a; Union, 684b 69a; Gould A Curry, 10 4b; Boston Con., 4s; Union, 60s 69 4 s 70s 694b 70a; Mexican, 344 b 34 4b 344a; Sierra Nevada, 56 4* 564b; Con. Virginia, 5s**; Belcher, 390a; Savage, 114b; Ophir, 33 4 b 33 4a; Exchequer, 5a; Alta, 6-4; Mexican, 34 4*: Sierra Nevada. 5748 574b 58a; Union, 71s; Julia, 84b 860a; Gould A Curry, 104* 104** dRBIVAU AID DEPABTVUL • I TB* BCBBBA AMD HUUDI BAILBOAD. Departures October IB. JMoldcn A 111 ktrd 0 Driscoll C W Dakar Arrivals October IB. W 8 Mills J M Harrub Mr* Emma Walker and child Ikeparturea Yesterday. J P Smith Rev Father Monteverde “ Angus Minnie Werner atra A E Kay MUs I, Kauaon D Casper T Burket T Boss H J Ellrlch Arrivals Roast Rlgbl, J Kroth O T Terry V Brend Mica Mondon H Taylor J Uarduer Ploche, llaaailltou ami Eureka I.lue. AUITALI. V Ruiuonettl By the Tybo Btaft Line. William Lace Welts, Fargo * Co's Letter List. Tha following lattara wera raoatvad tl Walla, daUrar* 1Co * °'a°* *“* 4T*ulu* and sot tItll‘£aon foha H Flatohsr Hotel Arrivals. n ^'tr}cer House—F. Bcbmedtllne and f»m* *)y. Smoky Valley j Ben Payne, While ‘fiver ; A. Gardner, Palisade ; H. Taylor, Joseph llelmore, Charlee Bradbury, Eu Turner Houte-J. O'Neil, J. Moore, N. Nelson, Eureka; W. A. Earle, Union Dim triot. Jsokson House—Daniel O'lteilly, Buby Hi‘1 j II. O'Brien, Newark Valley | Mitt disuders, Ban Franeitoo, FLIE Di»T. Scrnpi From the Note-book of the Men liner* Reporter. Judge Rives and party will start for homo on Friday. Our streets presented an animated ap pearance yesterday. The plastering of the International will be completed to-day. Heveral new cases of pneumonia are re ported around town. Dave Steindler is under the weather, and complains of chills. Dave Alston is out of all danger, and will aoon bo out of bed. The organization of a “Juvenile Pina fore” Company is talked of. From two to five car-loads of emigrants pass Palisade for the West daily. Ore estimated to be worth $700 a ton is being taken out of the Grant mine. Charit y Pryor is again among old friends. He returned to Eureka Sunday evening. The Enterprise says our jail is being en larged. Not much. No occasion for it. Another divorce case is likely to come up before the next session of the District Court. The monthly exercises of the Methodist Improvement Society w ill be held Friday evening. Some of the Ruby Hill stage drivers are talking of running from each end of the line at stated intervals. With the exception of the Eureka Con., no report from any Eureka mine lias been published in San Francisco of late. Owing to the non-arrival of gome In struments, the Gem photograph gallery will not be opened until to-inorrow\ It cannot at present bo estimated when tin new foundry will commence operations, the arrival of a blower from the East being awuited. Griff. Griffiths, says the Bodie Standard, is the best-dressed man and drives the finest team in Eureka. Who wouldn’t have Wales on such conditions? Dr. Rockman states that Mr. Robert Gibson, although still confined to his bed, is recovering as rapidly as the nature of his case could possibly admit. The ladies of the Episcopal congregation will hold a meeting in the church to-mor row to decide as to whether an entertain ment shall be given in aid of the church. The chief attraction of Belle Douglas, troupe this year is said to be a “Fire King.’ He is said to “eat fire, drink fire, lick red hot iron bars,” etc. In other words he is a regular salamander. The numb r of divorces obtained in Eu reka the past year was the subject of a con versation yesterday, and Don McNieholl suggested that it w as probably ow ing to the bad effect of the fumes. Notwithstanding the pleasant weather and the fact of no services in the Presby terian Church, services were not well at tended Sunday evening. In the language of Mr. Ricker, the folks must have been looking after the carnal things of the world. At & meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Charter Tunnel Company, held yester day at the rooms of Messrs. Merrill A Fitz gerald, an assessment of 15 cents per share was levied. PERSONAL**. J. M. Harrub has returned to Eureka. Postmaster Gibson, of Austin, leaves for home this morning. Mrs. A. E. Kaye departed for San Fran cisco yesterday morning. Superintendent Hawkins left by private conveyance yesterday for Tybo. Superintendent Geo. T. Terrv, of the Jackson, has returned from San Francisco. Father Monteverde was among the de partures for the West by yesterday morn ing’s train. C. M. Pryor returned on Sunday over land from Bodie. He predicts hard times in Bodie the coming winter. Excelled In Spelling. Mrs. Atwood, every Friday afternoon, reviews the spelling lessons of the week, and selects a certain number of words for each class. The following aro the names of those scholars who excelled in such review last Friday, and who are especially entitled to mention: Msry Bishop. Clara McEwen, Jakie Alexander, Gordon Morrison, Marla Berry. Willie McCreary, Ernest Bartholomew, Frank McCreary, Johnnie Cromer, Eddie Phillips, Albert Daueke, John husale, Frank Jabnson, Felix Rice, Johnnie Emanuel, FUrence 8 to well, Lillie Jones, Frank Btory, Eddie Lac .mian, Frank Titus, Justs Lachmaii, Jakie Schiller. Gertie McGarry, What the Assessmeut List Show a. The assessmeut rolls were turned over to the County Treasurer by the Auditor yesterday. It shows an increase, over that of last year, of over $370,000, and foots up as follows: Value of real estate.$2,114,002 40 Value of personal property. 970,058 00 Total value.$3,090.0*0 40 State tax on same.$ l(i,«»95 33 County tax on same. 49,923 79 Total amouut of taxes.f 00,922 12 Total valuation of property in Eu reka county for 1879. Including personal property on which taxes were collected by the Assessor.. .13,537,074 40 Total tsx on same. Including the Assessor's collections. 73,879 90 Killed at Carllu. Last week the friends of Charley Baker, residing at Cornollsville, Pennsylvania, sent a sufficient sum of money to pay his passage East, and with the money came a message to the effect that a claim of $2,700 belonging to Charley had been collected, and the money awaited him. Baker's dis solute habits induced his friends to seud the money through the Express Company, with the request that he should be sent East in charge of express messenger*. He left on Sunday morning, and news reached Eureka yesterday that he had fallen off the tram, while intoxicated, near Carlin, and had been killed. Lopes's Movements. It appears that Lopez, the Elko mur derer, stopped at the ranch of Mr. Tingley, 70 miles from Eureka, on the Tybo road, on Saturday morning, and asked to bo given his breakfast, but observing several men arouud the ranch bo mounted and rode off. Officer Simpson reached the place on Sunday morning, being just twen ty-four hours behind the fugitive. Cherry Creek's Population. Ex-Assessor Williamson, of White Pine, will leave for bis home in Cherry Creek to day. He says the population of tho place now numbers 500 souls, 200 of whom are employed in the mines. If two-flfth* of the population of Eureka were producers instead of consumers, there would be no talk of hard times. Travel on tke E. * P. Hoad. Last week there were 72 departures and 57 arrivals by the E. 4 P. Rsilroad. If the arrival! end departures on this road for the past year oan he taken as an Index »f our growth, Eureka le growing beauti fully less, Hot for Thursday. The examination of Annie Elliott and E. R. Jones, charged with burglarizing a Souse of ill-fame on Uuel street, has been let for 10 o'clock on Thursday morning. Pay Your Taxes. Mr. Samuel Cooper, County Treasurer ind ex-officio Tax Collector, gives notice ilsewhere that the State an l County taxes ire now due and payable at his offfos, in Paxton A Co.'a hank. EUREKA CONSOLIDATED. The Annual Election of Officers. The Old Mannccment Retains Possession. Product of the Mine the Pant Year. [SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THF SENTINEL ] Sam Feakcisco, October 20. At no time in the history of the Eureka Con. has the annual election of its offi cers excited so much interest lure as the one held to-day. The city has for days been rife with rumors that the Bonanza firm had secured sufficient stock to control the election, and that they had done so whs believed in many knowing quarters. The result, however, shows that the rumor was without foundation, and although Dr. Zeile steps down and out of the Presidency, ho and bi« friends still hold the reins, and for another year, at least, the old stand-by will be conducted under their guidance. At the meeting to-dav 42,508 shares were represented, and the following officers were elected: F. Locan, President; 8. Ileyden feldt. Vice President; J. W. Dobinson, 1 Robert Zeile and 8. Hart. Trustees; W. W. Traylor, Secretary, and H. Donnelly, Su perintendent. Report of the Secretary. The Secretary’s report showed the total receipts of the year to be $6,569,435 GO. The disbursements, not including divi dends, amounted to $1,205,735 65. Superi!itcn«leiit*« Report. Mr. Donnelly in his report says: Dur ing the past year 69,834 tons of ore have been extracted from the different levels of the mine as follows: Seventh, 310 tons; 8th, 33,396; 9th, 2,926; 10th, 14,880; 11th, 14,191; 12th, 4,092; 68,334 tons have been reduced at the Company’s works. No estimate can he made of the quantity of ore remaining in the mine. The incline has been sunk 260 feet, making a total depth from the surface of 1,230 feet; 558 feet of winzes and upraises have been made, and 6,092 feet of drifrs run. The thirteenth ami fourteenth levels have been opened and partially prospected, hut no ore has been found in paying quantities. There is still a large portion of the mine unnros pected between the ninth and fourteenth levels, east of the incline, in which I think ore may be found. The machinery in the mine has been re- ! ceutly repaired am] is now in tirst-class ! condition. I would respectfully call your i attention to the necessity of sinking a new shaft, as the mine cannot be profitably worked any deeper through the present openings. The Tables Turned. Bays tlie Silver State: Two years ago j Emma Skaggs, the Eureka mare, and Bal lot Box, the Reno horse, got away with the lion’s share of the spoils at the races here. Yesterday the owners of those horses, W. H. Sweeney, of Eureka, and A. Evans, of Reno, invested heavily on the mare against Greeley and Musi: ng, while the Winnemuc ca boys backed the home horses. The pools sold lively, the mare being the favorite at $40 to $23 for the field, and before the race came off the mare sold at the rate of $20 to $10 against the field. The mare was beaten by a few lengths, and Greeley’s backers won nearly, $2,000, the greater part of which was put up by the gentlemen from Eureka aud Reno. Sudden Death. An Italian, name not known, was brought in, dead, late last evening, from a coal camp, about 28 miles distant. The late ness of the hour prevented us from ascer taining his name, or cause of death, other than his comrades state that he fell dead while at work. Coroner Smith will hold an inquest to-day, when further facts will be elicited. The Ulclimoud. At latest accounts Richmond shares were selling at $-43 in the London market. A dividend of $1 87 ^ has recently been de clared on the capital stock of the Com pany, aggregating $105,U00, According to current reports the mine is lookiug ex ceedingly well and improving daily. For Paaturea Xew. Ben Rule leaves for Palisade this morn ing, aud will assume charge of the Post office there as Mr. Marchant's deputy. We are sorry to lose Ben. He is a genial chap, with lots of good qualities and few faults, aud we commend him to the good graces aud tender mercies of the denizens of Pali sade. Kale* of Mock. Last wock there was sold in the San Francisco Stock Exchange 1,210 shares of Eureka Con., the highest price paid being $28 50; 3,500 shares of Albion, at 20 cent*; I, 105 shares of Wales, the highest price being $12; 240 shares of Jackson, at $3 50 and $4; and 200 shares of Huinburg, at 5 cents. iJegunt Mood-cuts. Molinelli <k Co. are in receipt of proof samples of the wood-cuts which are to adorn the pages of their new book. The list comprises the various hoisting works, furnaces aud other principal buildings of this section. The letter of the publisher says they are the finest specimens of wood engraving ever executed in San Francisco. All Euterprlnintc Merchant. Mr. E. H. Griswold will to day run the railroad omnibusses to Bubv Hill, for the accommodation of those who may wish to attend his afternoon auction, free of charge. This is an opportunity for the ladies of Kuby Hill to get a free ride, aud purchase goods at low prices. This beats any enter prise we have yet seen started in Eureka. Partnership Dissolved. By reference to our advertising columns, under the head of ‘‘New To day," it will be seen that Mr. A. M. Hillhouae retires from the tirui of Moore A Co., proprietors of the Main street livery stables. The business will be continued by tlie Messrs. Moore's. Lsavtnt Lcailvlllc. The Elko Post says that Charles Doug las, formerly of Eureka, passod through Elko last week from Leadvillo, bound for ban Francisco. It is for the boys a bad season of the year, between Indian wars and pneumonia, aud many of them are get ting out of that country Chance far a Darfalu. One of the buildings formerly occupied is a school-house, now in the street in the rear of the school grounds, will be offered tor sale at public auction at 3 o’clock this tfternoon, to the highest bidder for cash. An Accident. Mr. John Hancock was employed at the sew Jaokaon shaft yesterday afternoon, and while engaged In working on a gallows frame, lost hie balance and fell Into the ibaft, a distance of some 1H feet. I.uokily tor him, ha was not seriously injured. Nnle of a Mine. Charles Dehman yesterday sold a mining claim to the Charter Tunnel Company for 110,000. The claim adjoius a mine now Dwned by the company. Pbentx Auninenl. An assessment of 35cents per share, pay able on or before the Sid day of November, lias been levied upon the Phmii. A ft PECK OF WAR. Sequence lo the Indian Harder at Hot Creek. It will be remembered that a short time since the Sheriff's deputy arrested an In dian on Ruby Hill, charged with the mur der of another Indian on Ilot Creek. The murderer was discharged, on the ground that the Fe deral courts were not authorized to take cognizance of the matter, and he departed for parts unknown. The mur dered man, it appears, belonged to the Pnckwaler tribe, and his slayer owed alle giance to the Ruby Hillers. Yesterday a hand from Duck water, in war paint and feathers, arrived and encamped in Eureka canyon, and announced their intention of avenging the death of their comrade by exterminating the Ruby Hillers. The lat ter prepared for war, and their wickiups between Cariboo Flat and the Richmond were barricaded and placed on a war foot ing, and during the day various members visited residences on the Hill in quest of fire-arms. It was anticipated that an at tack would be made last night, but up to the hour of going to press no intelligence of an encounter had reached town. As a useless shedding of blood should not be allowed on civilized ground, we suggest that the Centennial Guard he called upon to take a position between the belligerent parties. Eureka ('onmollilaled Enter. Superintendent Donnelly writes to the Han Francisco office, under date of last Haturday, as follows: There is no development to note this week in mining operations. The prospect ing drifts, etc., continue in about the name formation as previously reported. The ore bodies in the several levels continue to hold out well, and are yielding sufficient sup plies for the three furnaces now running. The following work has been done this week, viz : Drifts from new shaft continued 14 feet, and now in 110 feet. Fourth level—North drift continued 10 feet, and now in 351 feet. Eighth level—liaise from hack drift made 11 feet, now up 31 feet. liaise from east ore chamber continued 12 feet, now up 25 feet. Tenth level—Drift from ore chamber continued 15 feet, now in 27 feet. Thirteenth level—Drift from north cross cut No. 3 made 8 feet, now in 46 feet. Fourteenth level—The drift from north crosscut No. 1 made 15 feet, and is now in 108 f^et. Drift from north crosscut No. 2 contin ued 17 feet, now in 65 feet. A Trifle KoinnuUr. The Evanston Chieftau of the 18th says : Messrs. Rives, Dodge, Johnson, and a lad called "Mose,” from Eureka, Nevada, ar rived in our city on Monday for a hunting trip. On Tuesday they were joined by our fellow townsmen, A. Bchoonmaker and W. H. Blanchard, and started out with two wagons for the Uinta range, where they will spend ten or twelve days in hunting deer, elk, bear, mountain lions and other small game. The party is well provided with guns, ammunition, provisions, blank ets and other camp equipage, and will, doubtless, have a grand time playing the bold hunter of the far Northwest. They take just enough chances of having their hair lifted by the hostile Utes to lend a ro mantic flavor to the excursion. Mo Easy Tank. If any one imagines it would be an easy task to be admitted to the Eureka bar, they would be undeceived upon making applica tion. Bam Goldstone filed his application some days ago. It is the duty of a Com mittee, consisting of Judge Rives, District Attorney Merrill and Mr. Hillhouse, to ex amine all applicants, but in Mr. Goldstone’s case it is conducted by Mr. Hillhouse alone. Sam lias been pegging away for nine days, lias written 60 pages of legal cap with ques tions and answers, and there is no doubt that when Court again assembles our legal fraternity will add one to its membership. Chicken Thieves. Families on Ruby Hill have complained of late that they have lost a large number of chickens, but as they disappeared in day light the manner of their taking off was a mystery. A watch was instituted, and it was discovered that the occupants of cer tain cabins tied a baited fish-hook to a piece of twine, and after the chickens had swal lowed the bait thejr were easily haui?d in doors. The device is an ingenious one, but the persons practicing it may feel uncom fortable when they are held up to the com munity as ordinary chicken thieves. A Mew England Slipper. A regular New England supper, to con sist of pork, baked beans, doughnut9, etc., will shortly be given in the Methodist Church. It will last from 12, noon, until 11 o’clock at night, and but fifty cents will bo charged, the proceeds to be devoted to the interests of the church. Mr. Ricker’s past success in such matters is a sufficient guarantee that the supper will be a good one, and well worth the price asked. Will Sell nut at Auction. Mr. Willoughby announces that on the 8th of next month he will sell at auction all the furniture now used in the lodging house over Mr. O. Dunkel’s store. It is of the best make and material, much of it comparatively new, and this will be a rare opportunity for persons needing bedroom »ett>, and other articles, to secure them at a bargain. The ttuby Hill Mlnstrein. The Amateur Minstrel Company of Ruby Hill propose to give an entertainment, in Miners’ Uuion Hall, about the 13th of No vember, and in Eureka about the 15th. They propose after that to make a tour of the State and eoast, and as they are accom plished musicians and natural born burnt corkites, their venture will unquestionably prove a profitable one financially. Ail Acceptable Gift. The Sentinel’s local is under obligations to Miss Carrie Mette for four bags of gray and vellow carbonate dust, from the Eu reka *Cou. The bags are of Miss Carrie’s own manufacture, and show that she pos sesses skill as well as taste and judgment. —--—— Ahead of tlic Furnncea. The supply of ore at the Eureka Con. furnaces has been above their capacity, so the mine was closed from 1:30 o’clock on Sunday morning until yesterday morning, giving all the employes a holiday. FuruiMhed Booms. A couple of cosily furnished rooms can be secured upon application to Mrs. James Humphreys, on Paul street, near the corner of Clark.* Eureka foil. Shipments. Bullion to the amount of 124,435 pounds was shipped by the Eureka Con. this morning. _ Hlehmoiid Bulllou. Thu Richmond Company shipped this morning, by Wells, Fargo A Co., 9 bars of bullion, valued at 910,405 17. Bulliou. Wells, Fargo A Co. shipped this morning 4 bars of bullion, valued at $0,713 17. The assessment roll of Lincoln county for the year 1871) has been footed up and the result in taxes is as follows: The tax ou Pioche property is $13,190.08l4» of which the Slate receives'$2,073.67 4, leaving for the county $11,122.14. The tax on the prop erty outside of Pioche, $14,330.90; State’s share. $2,318.20; county’s share. $12,012.70. Total for State, $4,291,87 4: total lor coun ty,2 $8,185.11; grand total, $27l52$.t$4. TTBO TAPPIMttft. Pamcrs|ihi from the “Sob” or the Past Week. Dr. 8. G. Moore, of Austin, is here on a visit lookiug up the inducements to locate. The bullion shipped the past week by the Tybo Con. amounts to $4,200. The inhabitants of Reveille on bearing of the accident to Frank Eggleston, raised $189.50 for him. Work on the G. F. mine is proceeding along as usual. They are now down about 35 feet, with some very good ore in the bot tom of the shaft. The late storm has thrown the stage and bnckhoard from Belmont and Eureka out of kilter altogether. They are getting in semi-occasionally and whenever they can. The mail rider from here to Tem Pahute turned up all right Sunday night. He said that lie had a very rough time of it, the snow storm making it impossible for him to see any thing, and consequently he had to camp ou* one night and came near freez ing to death. Mr. Comly Superintendent of the Wyan dotte at Tem Pahute came in from there last Sunday on his way East. He inform ed us that work on the company property has been suspended for awhile, or until a meeting of the stockholders to arrange definitely what they intend doing in regard to putting up reduction works. The Martin White Company shipped for the week ending Friday bullion valued at $9,920.07. SPECIAL NOTICES. FINE JEWELRY! BELLING OFF AT COST! ! THE SPLENDID STOCK OF Fine Diamond.*, Watches, Jewelry, Silver-ware and Clocks, Is offered by Mr. P. Steler at last, as he must make room for the new stock of goods for the Holidays. He will sell at COST PRICES for the next thirty days to come, and for cash only. Please call and examine the goods and prices, and convince yourselves that the above is no humbug. P. STELER, Main Street, two doors south of the White Pine County Bank. ocl-lm HELLING OFF!- HELLING OFF! Owing to the death of our uncle, of the firm of Ooldsmith, Lewis k Co., of Boston, Mass,, and being called there to take charge of his af fairs, we are compelled to quit business in Eureka Within Thirty Days! Consequently we will sell our entire stock of Dry Goods. Fancy Goods, Gents* and Boys* Clothing,’ Boots and Shoes. And every article in the store, At a Great Sacrifice! ST*Come early and get bargains, as we will Positively Close In Thirty Days! 1GT Call and be convinced. F.L1AS k BBO, Next door to the White Pine Bank. Eureka, August 15, 1879. aul6 ATTENTION, EVERYBODY! Having purchased the entire interest of W. U. Clark’s Mercantile Business, 1 am now prepared to furnish ALL KINDS OF GOODS At Prices as Low as the Lowest. By prompt attention to business accommo dating clerks, good goods, low prices, I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL. Try me, anti Be Satlsfled. F. W. CLUTE. Eureka, September 1, 1879. s9 GRAND OPENING —or THE— Jewel ry —and— Fancy Goods STORE, Next Door to Lautensehlager’s Corner. MY STOCK OF FINE JEWELRY Watches, Chains, Diamonds, Clocks, SILVERWARE & FANCY GOODS Is the most complete ever brought to Eureka. The Assortment is Immense, The Goode are Hew, And the Latest Styles. *5T The public are cordially isvited to call and examine my goods snd prices and couvlnca themselves that the cheapest and best of goods in my line in Eureka are sold by ABE MOOSEB, Next door to Lsutenschlsger’s Corner, •21.tf Main street, Eureka. HART l PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS, IT*. SO. Mark.* atr..*, VP STAIRS,] SAN FRANCISCO, OXL. Mr. L. LEVIN will *rt »• oar »«fnt In Ei». reke, .ml r«.!d« et tbe ooru.r of Monro. Mid Clerk street..oolLtf FOR SALE, VERY CHEAP. 100 rrrlfht Waifon. i 800 Not* Train Harm-** 1 T9 Head Work Mule, and Horae.. Apply to E. X P. R. ».. 2urekA. Sank., October 11,1ST*. oclt-kld DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. FARMER & LESSER, PROPRIETORS OF THE new -z-ouk: store, ARE IN RECEIPT OF THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps* LADIES’ AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS, TO BE FOUND IN NEVADA. Ladies’, Misses and Children’s Cloaks, in Great Variety. Cents’, Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing and Boots, at Cost. Prices Reduced in Every Department. •^COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED _ „ „. „ „ FARMER A LESSER. Eureka, October 9, 1879. oelO-tf MONET SAVED -IS MONEY MADE. THE WHITE HOUSE Ahead of All Competition. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. WE HAVE JEST RECEIVED. AND ARE OFFERING TO THE PEBJLIC* our immense stock st the following lE&EilDTTOED FIGUBES: 150 Cassimere Business Suits, sacks and frocks.from $10 00 to $15 00 200 Cassimere Business Suits, sacks and frocks, heavier.from 12 50 to IT 50 100 Black and Blue Beaver Suits, sacks and frocks.from 17 50 to 20 00 75 Diagonal Suits, sacks and frocks.from 20 00 to 25 00 75 Diagonal Suits, sackB and frocks, finer. 27 50 50 Diagonal Suits, sacks and frocks, worsted.from 27 60 to SO 00 60 Mohair Suits, sacks and frocks.from 17 50 to 22 50 75 Chinchilla Overcoats and Ulsters.from 7 60 to 10 00 75 Chinchilla Overcoats and Ulsters, finer.from 12 50 to 15 00 50 Beaver Overcoats. from 15 00 to 17 60 50 Diagonal and Basket Cloth Overcoats.from 17 50 to 20 00 250 Pairs Heavy Oregon Cassimere Pants.from 5 00 to 6 50 150 Pairs Heavy Diagonal Cassimere Pants.from 6 00 to 6 60 100 Pairs French and Worsted Cassimere Pants.from 6 50 to 7 50 20 Dozen Cardigan Jackets.from 2 50 to 5 00 5 Dozen Cardigan Jackets, fur trimmed.from 5 00 to 6 50 TOGETHER WITH A PINK LOT OP Black Doe-skin and Castor Beaver Suits, BLACK PANTS AND VESTS, ALSO, A FULL LINS OP Gents' Furnlshlner Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc. And other Goods too numerous to mention, w hich will be offered to th# Public at proportionate rates to correspond with tho above Figures nud Prices. When we say “ ahead of all competition,” we mean we will allow NO ONE TO TTNDEB SELL US. We Intend to m»ke (no matter how small) a living profit on all goods sold, and WS don’t pretend to sacrifice anything, nor deceive the public with such advertisements. Our aim is to Establish a Business in Eureka and live by it. We shall always endeavor to keep the BEST GOODS and the LATEST PATTERNS AND STYLES. We employ no Commissioned Drummers in order to enlarge our trade, thus making the purchaser pay the outside solicitor's commission. Hence, our customers will note the advantage* of dealing with ua, where Low Prices and Legitimate Profits are the rule. BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, CALL AT THE WHITE HOUSE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, And Examine our Stock and Prices. M. DAVIDSON. Eureka, October 1, 1879. DRAWING TO A CLOS I Wells, Net., September 28th, 1879, Gabbiel Cohn, Eat,., Eureka—Dear Sir: Have favorable newa from Washington Territory. Close out by all meana; aell at any aaoriflee. Have positive information as to route. Will secure location, but want you on the ground as soon as poasible. REDUCE PRICES AND SELL QUICK. Try and dispose of fixtures. Keep me advised a. you progress. Yours, etc., B q 0RIgw0LD IN CONFORMITY WITH THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS, I HAVR made still further REDUCTIONS IN PRICES, And now offer a Splendid end Elegant Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Fancy Goods, Millinery, Boots and Shoes, Etc., —AT— MARVELOUS LOW PRICES S We mein bueiueei. Come end estlefy youreetf. Such opportunity to eecure bargains are not often offered. -_,1M __. CABRIBL COHN, Agante Eureka, September M, UT«.