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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
T„, KSDAY. : : • : 1>K<'KMHKU 4. 1879 - , viaN Is Authorized to r.c.iTe iub ED’ in tills town, for tho Hkstimfx "CAPoUwt for the nnif. All persons in En “u owing for subscriptions will make pay men! to him- _|r yEATEKDAY’A STOCK SAI.EA. Br„ rraiMluo Stock Exchange. KOBtmtO BOAK1). 260 Opl.tr—26V, 26* 20 Hlu Mexican-24 24 t ,.,r. (jould A Curry—8 7* i]o Best A Belcher—15* 15* 195 California—440c 140 Savage-o 4 J t HO Cun11 Vi rgiuia—405c 4 \ 490c 510 Hole A Norcro**—12* 12* 270 Crown Point - 210c 215o 370 Yellow Jacket—12* 12* SBSfcSU lo b1&-SH 210c 235c irirt Confidence—7 H 1' 5 Sierra Nevada-39 .39 ‘4 39 «4 39 \ 100 Utah—16'* 15* 15 355 Bullion-5* 6* 170 Exchequer — 4 3J5c 3J0c 130 Overman 5* urt Justice—190c 2 565 Union-61 60 * 00 59 * 59* 90 Alta—345c 3-lOc 335c 270 Challenge—210c 205c 80 Silver Hill—110c 109 New York—35c K8I Sheridan—25c 570 Lady Washington—70c 75c 100 Kossuth—10c *200 Dardanelles—75e 780 Andes -65c 315 Scorpion—3* jin Leviathan—aoc 515 Benton 2^4 945c 240c 235c 175 Gulden Gate—2 340 Con. Dorado—50c 00c 150 Flowery—25c 470 N. Bonanza—70c 75c 2300 Mackey—tOc 70 Union—59 *4 4.50 Atlantic—10c |0 Benton—240c 300 Mt. View—2 210c EVEN ISO BOARD. JOO Star- 20c 210 Belle I«le—210o 120 Day- 110c 600 Paradiao- 188’ 90clx) 900 Albion—89* 80c 400 Wale* Con. 3'* 40 Mt. Dialdo—12 150 Wales—3 k 150 N. Belle Me - 30c 1.50 Bod ie—9 k 9 k 60 Haymotid A Ely-1 205 Eureka l^on.-lSk 19 a 1“ 140 Belmont 95c 225 Bechtel—1 k 155c 650 McClinton-40c 33c 65 Tioga—210c 50 Summit—90c 450 Gila—20c 100 S. Belle—6 k 70 Manhattan--2 250 Argenta—85o 100 llulwer -10 100 Summit—80c 225 Syndicate—215c 210c 205c 2 600 Ooodehaw 10c 5c 650 N arajo—25c 30 Endowment—75c SIX) Concordia—20c 665 Belvidere— #0c 60c 650 Champion—lk 550 Blaokhawk—25c 20o 100 S. Bodie—15c 110 Booker—75c 80o 250 (Jueen Bee—45c 40c 140 Mono—4 k 4 20 Con. Pacific—fl 850 Dudley—60o 245 Jupiter—lk 120o 1100 8. Bulwer—SOc 625 Addenda—floe 85o 70o 190 Xpondav—8k 870o 165 S. Noouday—270c 2 k 10 Mammoth—6 k J20 Boaton Con.—Ik 585 Martin Wbite-9uc 1100 Atlaa—20c 15o 23 8. King—3 Tiptop—190b 2a 30 Grand Prize—600 100 Caledonia B. II.)—3k 800 Florida Hi!l~2Je 10 Eureka Con,—18k 70 Belle Mo—210o 50 Syndicate—205o STREET*—4:30 r. M. Vnlon, »ale« 63 81k 61 kb ; Sierra Ne vada, 40b 40ka; Mexican, 24b 2tka; Bui 1,, Skb ; Mexican, 24k* I Opbir, 26b ; virion, 61b 61 '44 .alee 61; Vtah, 16b 15 4a: Exchequer. 34'ib ; Sierra Nevada, *0k» i Savage. 3kb 9a: Bullion, 5k b Ska; Sierra Nevada, iale* 40« 40a ; Gould A Curry, 7’ib 8a; Opbir, 26k« ; Mexican, 24kb 214a; Imperial, 65b; Yellowr Jacket, 12kb Ukallke; Beat A Belcher. 15kbl5ka; Alta, 3k» ; Sierra Nevada, 891* a 39kb ; Vnlon, OOkb Gla ; Sierra Nevada, 89b 89ka; Gould A Curry. 8e; Julia, 190b 2a ; Exchequer, 385b; Bullion, Ska; Overman, 5kk6a; Utah, 15kb ; Crown Point, 210b; Hale A Norcroea, 12ka ; Beet A Belcher, 13ki; Chollar, 7kb 7ka; Mexican, 2tkb: Sierra Nevada, 39 ke. ARRIVAL* AXU UEVARTCRU. •i >n iniu 4*o vaxjsad* iailmoad Departure* Tealerday. JOBowo MreBheckl* ktbainu R H Welch ? H‘« Mill Milford • r Bjrker D D Williams D A HoDonald Arrivals Last «l(kl. JotTrsvts Hon Oco E Spencer H Brie ec tier J 0 Kelly “ T B Lyle T Wilton Dy the Ty bo MtaRe Hue. „ , , AttllVALS. F Lewlor Bi-lls, I'nrgo 4s t'o's Letter List. Tin* folluwln* letters wore received et Welle, lelWe *d ^w** ^®c# tvenlnf end not A Meyer. Mre Catneli* Harvey *** -. ,1'Mg.!" Hotel Arrivals. International Hotel—H. Williams, Hunt Ingion Vtlley; Mr. Orr, Eureka; Etten *!“'■ Alpha; J. C. Kelley, Idaho; John Akin and wife, Alpha; Hon. Goorge E. Bpeneer, Alabama; T. B. Lyle, Ban Fran 01900. Jtokmn House—James Hsgar, Hamil ton; Pst. Lawlor, Tyi«. Parker House—John MoNaughton, Pros per Mountain. Obituary. °n Tuesday, December 3, 1870, General Stonewall Jackson, commonly called Old J- C. Powell's large black New Pouudland dog. departed this life. Ho killed by means of poison, by some P*r»on not poaseseing half tl a principle «r common sense of poor Jaok. He was gentle and kind," not posaesslng a single ,, JHe was a little over six years lie*11!,8, *ud WM raised by Captain Book. *u*w more than many people; could ndwould anything; would try i »“tl Come as noar talking aa it was sol i * *"J »nimal to do. Ha was a n svt, lU'*' F8* Always friendly and L / ii A^ctlonat* to chlldrei^nd brave in,? I10?.'yot wl,hout a vicious fnitj a true ^l^hlefrisnd, lie will be burled to-day J b >hin*l Riley, at tho request of Jamaa r!vi ,H T' ' " has lost a kind friend and , guard, and who, with Captain grievie for poor Old Jack. The Cuntlqiie. Too Continue conlinues to draw large cnees nightly. To night Herrman’s de »,Ui.il'un *1'1 'vl1* he burlesqued, and other Comiil11* tullle *° th® programme. The rnpany has also baen Increased. FUK DIST. Scraps from the Mote-book of the Sentinel's Reporter. Hot drinks are in demand. Bad weather for prospectors. Give ns more slag crossings. Christmas trees under discussion. The letter list appears this morning. Still waiting for the business boom. Baining in many parts of the coast. Albion is dropping back to old quota tions. Dick Ryland now occupies bis new resi dence. Thompson Troupe made a ten-strike at Austin. The Comiqne continues to draw crowds nightly. There are 203 letters advertised this morning. Salicylic acid is said to be a cure for rheumatism. Louis Brandt’s saloon was attached and closed yesterday. Kilby Con. commands $17 505j$17 75 in the London market. Fifty-six emigrants passed Palisade yes terday, going West. The Hamburg delinquent sale will take placo next Wednesday. But$f> per week is now charged for board at the Tremont House. The assessment on Prospect Muuntaiu Tunnel will lie delinquent on the 15th. Richmond was quoted in London, ac cording to the latest advices, at $40/ft$42\. Borne excellent furniture can lie pur chased cheap at the Presbyterian par souage. A son was born to the house of Manuel Marmellejo this morning, Dr. Bishop at tending. Sheriff Kyle won the blanket raffled at the Empire saloon last evening. It is val ued at $55. Our merchants are still receiving notices of the advance in prices of all articles of eomumption. Mrs. H. I). Brooks won the scarf raffled for last evening, Billy Wermuth throwing the lucky number. Sales in the Han Francisco Stock Board, for the week ending November 25th, amounted to $330,000. Mr. Hyland says the new building will be under roof in four days, should the weather prove favorable. If you wish to enjoy a hearty laugh, see “One Night in a Medical Collage,” at the Hall, on Tuesday evening next. Al. Snctsinger is tho pees ssor of a light ing moster, and invites all owners of cliick «Bi to bring them around. Mrs Lawn will give instructions in cut ting and lilting dresses. Call at the Cali fornia Lodging House. No successor to Mr. I’hclpg lias yet been chosen, and there will he no services in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Arthur McMahon has reopened the Ne vada Laundry, in the old Consolidated boarding house, on North Main street. Who will now question the value of prin tera' ink V Every man, with one exception, who entered our office yeaterday, carefully closed the door. Mr. Lynn, agent of the Standard Oil Company, arrived last evening. He repre sents the only combination that evorset the Pennsylvania P.ailroad on its haunches, and. we remember well the fight they made in the Legislature of the Keystone’ State. PEUItUlM. Professor Clayton su in Ogden Monday. Joe GraudelmCyer contemplate* a trip Eaat. Mr. H. C. Fenatermaker returned to Fish Creek yeaterday. Mr. H. Eriiachrr returned hut evening from a visit to San Francisco. Bov. Philo Phelps departs for San Fran cisco to morrow morning. Mrs. Henry Mau, who baa been quito ill since Thanksgiving, is now convalescing. Mra. H. Shekels, of White Pine pasted through Eureka, on her way to tho Bay. yeaterday morniog. Ex Senator Spencer, of Alabama, visited the Hsstiwel office last evening. Ho will depart to-morrow for Oaocola. We regret to learn that Mrs. D. J. J. McLaughlin, of Buby Hill, Is »;riou»!y 111 of an aggravated typo of fever. Dr. Owen pa attending her. The aon of Wm. E. Chandler, who visited Eureka soma weeki ago, and who hai been lying alok in Salt Lake, has recovered lufli o’cntTy to be taken home. Thomas J. Bead. Esq., leave* this morn ing for the Bay. He will bo ab»ent about one month, and persona having business with him are referred to Mr. Weaeoatt, at the International Hotel. J. B. Townsend, George Dale, Misa Mary Conwav, Misa Eliaa Conway and Misa Allie ltandail, all White Pinera, who have been stopping at the Jackson Honae for several days, will return home to-day or to morrow. Willie Pine Mince. Joe Grandclmoyer arrived from Hamil ton yesterday. He reports tliat mining matters are rather dull around Treasure Hill. Work Is progressing in the Eber hardt and Henry tunnels, and Hon. Tins. Wren Is also running a tunnel into the Ob Joe, but outside of this little work is being done. He speaks in confident terms, however, of the future of White Pine, and la positive that it will yet take rank among the bullion-producing camps of this coast. Another Victim. At 8 o'elock yesterday afternoon Uncle Dave Newman, an old Eastern Nevadan, and a general favorite In Eureka, died of pneumonia. Uncle Dave had suffered severely of late from rheumatism, and had managed to get around when attacked by the dreaded disease which resulted in his death. Ho will be buried at 2 o'clock this afternoon bv the lied Men, he being a member of that order. May the sod rest lightly on his grave. __ Change of Partner*. Colonel Monroe has retlrod from the Now York Bakery, and has disposed of his in terest to Mr, J. n. Marlev, Mr. J. 8. Ca pron’s father-in-law, and the bualiiesa will hereafter be conducted by Messrs. Marley A Faust. The Colonel found the labor rather too severe for a man of his years. The bakerv will be conducted with the same strict attention to business as hereto fore. __ Merlins of Stockholders. A notice appears under the bead of • New To-day," calling for a meeting of the stockholders of the Albion Company at the International Hotel at 7 o'clock on Friday evening. We understand they pro pose to take steps looking to a renewal of work in the mini, and want to know whU the 8an Francisco cud of the line propose to do about itj_ A Beuauss s»le. Meyers A Franklin will open a grand motion sale at their clothing stand, In Tog ninl'e building thi» •venlnr. whtoU will sontlnue until their large stock is . id. It embraces everything ill th» •‘OtUog and furnishing line, and some good bar gaine may be aeoured. 8aui Friedman will act ae auctioneer. A Mc»*ure of Economy. Heretofore winter wood lias usually been cut with an axe, and a saw lias rarely been used. The result has been an immense waste of wood, for the chins were rarely gathered and burned. Either hard tim , hr a desire to economise, has chaugedUiis. and the saw and buck are now coming into gvnaral uae. AJf OLD-TIMER LOSE. Draili of Lrncriti < a<lwnln<ler In Cal ■ Torn in. General Cadwalader, a former well known citizen of White Pine county, died in Colusa county, California, on the 25th of last month. For gome reason no notice of his death has appeared in any of the Nevada papers. From the Hacr&mcnto Record-Lnion we %.*arn that he was born October 9, 1801, in the State of Pennsyl vania, and he belonged to one of the oldest American families. JIis great-great-grand father came to America two years before William Penn. He arrived in California in 1849. From that time, though often subjected to the severest tests by his ad venturous spirit, ho lias never suffered from sickness, except for a few hours, until the present winter. He has dwelt con tinuously on this coast since 1819, and has been remarkable for his toughness and ability to hear fatigue. A few days since he was attacked by pneumonia, and ap parently overcame the disease, but a sec ond attack proved fatal. A brave and vigorous student of Nature and a remarkable man lias taken liis de parture from among us, and every student acquainted with his requirements will gladly give Ids memory the homage that is due to great ability and tireless zeal. The deceased leaves behind him his wife, Mrs. Caroline Cadwalader, and four chil dren—George and Edward Cadwalader, of Sacramento; Gen. Chas. Cadwalader, of Red Bluff; and Mrs. Annie Graves, wife of Robt. N. Graves, of Han Francisco. General Cadwalader went to Treasure Hill in the year 1808. and remained a resi dent of White Pine county until the winter of 1877-78. Although a man advanced in years he was very active, and visited nearly every mining camp in Eastern Nevada His knowledge of mines in this region was extensive, and in all probability he had personally inspected more than any other person. He was a man of kind impulses and a generous heart. - -- IDEE MEX. Tlieir Evil Influence in a Com munity. The number of idle men who can daily be found around our saloons and hotels, and who have no visible means of support, is calculated to strike an intelligent ob servtr. This is one of the greatest draw backs with which any community has to contend, anu lias a most demoralizing effect. There is little excuse for such idle ness. There is an old adage of, “Where there is a will there is a way,” and men with the requisite vim and push will sooner or later find employment. When we study the vast loss to a community through the idle habits of, say, one hun dred men for six months, we get an idea of the immense loss and injury that a place sustains as a consequence of this inactivity on the part of a portion of the population. The Idaho Avalanche has entered into a calculation as to the actual loss. Esti mating wages at from three to four dollars a day. we have a sum largely in excess of fifty thousand dollars that ought to have been earned and placed in general circula tion in connection with the advancement of business interests for the period referred to. This is not the worst feature of it, for idleness begets crime, and crime means more or less lawlessness, and this condition of affairs in any community drives away good men who would come and help build up its material interests. General laxity of morals is the consequence, capital is forced to seek investment at more desirable points, and evils of greater or less magni tude, especially in a social as well as a ma terial point of view, are the direct results of this unpromising condition of affairs. The HUe In Lend. The London Mining Journal says : The gradual rise in the price of lead, during the last few months, and its continued firm ness in the market, have greatly increased the value of mines producing this metal, which forcibly confirms the views express ed frequently by Mr. Murchison for many years. Long’ after tin and copper had be come much depressed, lead remained at a remunerative value, and it has been the first to recover itself; while the expense of returning it is, on the average, leas than it costs to return the other metals. It may be safely predicted that the price of lead will go up a good deal more. County Commissioner*. The Board met yesterday and transferred $17,000 from the general, and $11,000 from the current to the Court-house fund. This was done in compliance with the Act au thorizing the construction of the building, and which provides that the transfer must be made at stated meetings. George S. Costerisan's bill of $30 was also allowed, 11 Knftcbruth Leave*.*' Col. Canavan, on behalf of the Committee on the sale of “Sagebrush Leaves,” for warded the amount collected to Mrs. Mighels last evening. The remainder of the books uncalled for, numbering eighty threo, were also forwarded. It is not al together creditable to some people to know that eighty-three persons refused to take the book after subscribing. Meeting of Bloekholiler*. A meeting of the stockholder* of Eureka Hall is called for the 13th, for the purpose of electing a Beard of Trustees, in lieu of tho present one, whose term of office lifts nearly expired. Arrival of Senator Spencer. Hon. George E. Spencer, formerly a United States Senator from Alabama, and now largely interested in mines in Dakota and Osceola, arrived last evening. He is en routo for the latter place. A New Arrival. Mrs. James White, of Diamond Valley, presented her liege lord with a token of her affection on Tuesday, in the shape of a small specimen of womanhood. Jim at tributes his luck to the fact that he reads the BfixiiSF-t regularly. New Mlulug Enterprise. Stinson A Co. on Tuesday commenced aiuklng a shaft on the Isandula properly, just south of tho Albion. They say their prospects are first-olass. aiul will sink a shaft 150 feet, and then drift. MAIL MOTES. Current Topic* Reported from All Quarter*. Tho public debt vas reduced in Novem ber 82.000,000. Hewed timber costs *60J per thousand in Tombstone, Aiizona. Of the 573,183 tenants in Ireland, 428, S35 hold thirty acres, and 287,316 uuder fifteen. It is estimated that there are not ten million people in the world who can show *56 in na-h, Stephens and Tombs dislike Tilden so much that they would prefer Grant w President. , . A Nebraska monument to a horse the f ts •Imply a Stone at the bead of a grave and 1 sign reading: "It would have been oheap er f ir him to go afoot.'1 There kittens have died of diphtheria in ! Oedenburg. They contracted the disease from children affected with it. The post mortem examination showed plainly tho diphtheritic membrane in the kitten, throats. About *70,000.00) worth of gold is ex pected to arrive in thU CJ‘"ltryrom t^“‘ rone before January, 1880. ior tuts amount America gives grain and alher products. THE EAST OF SO YEN BEK. I followed my friend through the garden gate, Whose hinges had many a rusty stain. And the autumn winds sang this refrain : “ You have come too late ! You have come too late !’* And true enough, for the flowers were dead That is, the roses and lilies fair, The sweet-spiced pinks and the \ inlets rare, While the trees were shivering overhead. The sentinel dahlias, richly dressed. Bowed low, as the fitful gales came nigh. And the poor dead leaves came scurrying* by Like to homel* as waudi rers seeking rest But we found a green and sunny spot. My friend and I, near the southern wall. Where the clustering wsKlbines thickly fall And the white dove has its litt.e cot. ’ There we sat and talked of another time, A summer time, when we were youug And the garden’s song was yc t unsung. As I followed my friend out of the garden gate “ Love's blossoms we have not found,” I cried! And the autumn in dismal answer sighed, “ Ye have come too late ! Ye have come’too late ! ” Last week at the old horse sale of Wells, Fargo 4 Co., at Portland Orcgou, a young man purchased a black valise for a dollar or two. He opened it and found it filled with clothing, also a gold watch and chain, a silver cup and some very fine jewelry of a miscellaneous character. Another man paid $H« for a box of last year's almanacs. In bis annual report the Director of the Mint estimates the precious metal product of Montana at #1,750,000. Of this amount *2,500,000 iB gold, and $2,225,000 silver. A stock raiser of Montana is now in Kan Bernardino, Cal., trying to bny 60,000 sheep to drive the entire distance to He lena. Montana. Kan Joaquin county, with a population of 30,000, raised 120,000 tons of wheat tins year, which nets the sum of $1,000,000. SPECIAL NOTICES! ATTENTION. EVERYBODY! Having purchased the entire interest of W. II. Clark's Mercantile Business, I 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, anil Be Satisfied. F. W. CLUTE. Eureka, September 1, 1879. 82 NEEEES8 AT EAST! EEREUA! ! Photographs ! Photographs ! ! Owing to the recent improvements on my skj light, I beg leave to call public attention to the fact that I have at last attaiued the ideal of my dreams, viz : The truthfulness, the round and solid boldness of relief, so much admired in a good photograph of the Rembrandt style. To any one skeptical on this statement, I will cheerfully convince them by offering a com parison of photos of recent taking with those of former days, thereby substantiating the above announcement. Also, note this, and remember it ! Through the convenient management of my present light, pictures of superior quality can be taken in any weather, snowy especially, as my sky light \m so constructed as to shade off the snow as it falls. Children and groups are recom mended for such days. Copying improved on the orginal, either plain or worked up in crayon or color. LOUIS MONACO, Artist CELEBRATED TVEBER PIAXOS —AND— Eitey Organs. Sherman, Hyde & Co., San Francisco, Pacific Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are con sidered the best and most durable. One only burs a Piano in a life time, therefore get the best, the best is the cheapest, al« ways. Prof. Wm. Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka. Boftchee's German Syrup Can now be purchased right at home. It If the most successful preparation ever introduced to our people. It works like a chanu in all caies of Consumption, Pneumonia. Hemorrhage, Asthma, severe Coughs, Croup and all other Throat and Lung diseases. No person has ever used this medicine without getting immediate relief, yet there are a great many poor, suffer ing skeptical persons going about our streets with a suspicious cough, and the voice of con* sumption coining from their lungs, who will not try it. If you die, it is your own fault, as you can go to your druggist and get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents and try it; three doses will relieve any case. F.egular siae only 76 ceu*f. Mr Autlcy . C ooper*m Vital Restora tive. The great English remedy haft made more cures of Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lest Manhood, nocturnal emissions, lassitude, inability for mental labor, despondency and such diseases as are induced by youthful follies and excesses, than all other medicines com bined. Why will you suffer? Send to A. E. Mintie, M. D., No. 11 Kearny street, San Fran cisco, for the Rtstorallve. and be cured. Price, $3 per bottle. Four times the quantity, *10. Try a bottle. Pr. Mintie treats all private dis eases successfully without mercury. nov20-lyd&w Doctor Dc Frcye, The well-known specialist, has arrived in this city, and can now be consulted at the Par ker Huuse, rooms 13 and 14. Sufferers from chronic and special diseases, and those whose ills have been aggravated by the injudicious treatment of pretenders and soi-disant physi cians, will find it to their advantage to call on him. Consultations in English, German, French. Spanish, Italian, etc. Office hours, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., and from 6 to 8 p. m. Sundays, from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. only. Consul tations free of charge. ^_ Notice. If you have a fine or complicated watt*, or clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate and intricate piece of mechanism needing repairs, go to EDW. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clockinaker, one door north of Meyers & Franklin, Main street. All work warranted to give perfect satisfac tion or positively no charge. o2 Mi niter New Inn: Macliiiie*. W. P. HASKELL has been appointed agent for the celebrated Singer Sewing Machines for Eureka county. A large invoice of machines and fixtures has just arrived. These are the only genuine Singer Machines now offered for sale in this market. Watches, Jewelry Mini Clocks lie paired. If you want to have your watches and jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler'a jewelry store, two doors above the White Pine County Bank. Main street. All work warranted.__ Watches and Jewelry. If you want your fine watches repaii«d in the best manner aud guaranteed for one year to keep correct time, go to Straus Jewelry Store below the Parker House. _ J®8 Pocket Knives. Good assortment at the GOLDEN RULE. A RARE CHANCE. ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH. MRS. M. A. A8HIM OFFERS THE EPICUREAN RESTAURANT (Comer of Bateman and Buel atreeta.) FOR WBNT. The House la well furniahed and doing i good business, aud can be rented With Of without the furniture. gS; M>r*'“ “b-t<. ' ruby hill water works. miMMtlt? of T«uk«. 400.000 Uftllou*. ALL NOW FULL. Water will he furnished in ruby Hill in any deaired quantities, at all aeaaons of the year, at a uniform rate, aud lower than can be furnished from any other aouree. Water delived twice daily to Private IlSdM 'from"i® to*1M «nuna‘pl*c», will b. 3 “ ” t. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. _DRV 000D8 AND CLOTHING. dry goods ONLY ! MEYERS & FRANKLIN STILL IN THE FIELD WITH THEIR ELEGANT STOCK OF Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Children’s Shoes and Slippers, Aia«l all Other UooiIn pertaining to Ladles* and Children** Apparel. We beg leave to inform the Ladies of Eureka, and vicinity, that we have now arranged our Fall and Winter Stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, consisting of all the Latest and most Fashionable Silks, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Dolmans, Cloaks, Ladies’ and Children’s Ready Made Dresses, Wrappers, Underwear, Hosiery, TRIMMED HATS, GLOVES, MILLINERY GOODS, ETC., And will sell them at the Lowest Possible Figures. A8 we intend to keep LADIES’ GOODS ONLY at our old stand, we can offer the Ladies a Bitter and Finer Assortment of Goods than any other house in Eureka. Call and examine our Immense block. No trouble to show tioods. MEYERS & FRANKLIN, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Agents for Mine. Demorest’a “ Reliable” Patterns. Country Orders promptly attended to. Eureka, November 8, 187V. nov9-tf CLOTHING WAR THE BAZAAR! BY THIS BE IT UNDERSTOOD r\ HAT WE HEREWITH DECLARE WAR AGAINST ALL CLOTHING HOUSES IN EUREKA, 1 aud that we fight to win and for glory ! In accordance with the above, be it enacted that, on to-morrow, the next day, and every day thereafter, we will sell our immense stock of CLOTHING, GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, EtCiy EtCay EtCay At a cure having of Four Dollars on every Ten Dollars worth of Goods purchased from us. WE ARE CARRYING NOT LESS Tlf AN $60,000 WORTH OF GOODS, And It is all to be sold here, as we do not intend to pay freight on goods to aend back. Our FURNISHING GOODS* DEPARTMENT CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN THE WORLD. We do not Intend to fall. Neither have we Commissioned Drummers, as reported. All we wish Is, to convince the people of Eureka that they can aave money by calling on ua, as, on account of the Vast Amount of goods we purchase we can buy them Fifty per cent, leas than any house in town, and consequently will give the people of Eureka the benefit. All we sax is to take a look at our atora and examine our immeute stock before going elsewhere, as We stand alone, and defy the world to sell cheaper aud better stock than can be bought at the CLOTHING BAZAAR! NEXT DOOR TO PAXTON & CO’S BANK. JACOB COHN, MANAGER. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. Eureka, November 50. 1879. ui'-w FARMER & LESSER, PROPRIETORS OP THE IsTIEW YOBK STOBH, ARE IN RECEIPT OP THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP 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. Gents’, Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing and Boots, at Cost. Prices Reduced 111 Every Department. Jt^COUKTRY ORDERS SOLICITED . , eoCBD FARMER & LESSER. Eureka, October 9, 1879, ___ JOB RICH, PAW N B R O K E R, One Door Doutlt or Parker Ifouae. Loans Money on Diamonds, Jewelry,Watches Ladies’and Gentlemens’Clothing. SAN FRANCISCO RAILROAD TICKETS BOUGHT. A Large Lot of Pledges for Sale, such as Watches, Jewelry, Guns, Pistols and Clothing. NjEOlSTE-V LOANED ON INTEREST. Eureka, October 22, 1679. _^ AL.F HARRIS. -DEALER IK Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Valises, Sto. GENTS’ NECK-WEAR SPECIALTY. FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA. Measure* Taken, and Shirt* Made to Order. ALF HARRIS, 1 Two Soar, north of look Forty • Boltse. I * o. . fiOVT-U 1 Eureka, November •, AMCBEMENT8. EUREKA HALL. O. L. SCOTT k CO.LESSEES T>Y SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT WITH CHA8. O E. LOCKE, of the Bu»b Str«*t Tbe»t»r, Ban Francisco. Extraordinary Engagement of the ttreal and Only HERRMANN THE KIND OF WIZAXL8, - WHO WILL APPEAR FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY AND ONE MATINEE, -coxmfrcnro Tuesday, December 2d, 1879, Enabling til an opportunity of teeing tbe world’, greateat P R E S TIDIGI TAT EUR. Nowon his tour of the globe, in h la world of Mystic Wonders, Soirees Naglques of Diablerie, Mys tery and I linn ion! For baffling the sense*, dazzling the eyes, re versing physical laws and puzzling the philos ophers, Herrmann has no Living Equal. M’LLE. A.X33DXE, The beautiful and graceful artiste, unequaled in the Mid-Air Suspension, etc., and aiding generally by her ability and pretence. THE LORELLA8, Parisian Grotesques and Comiques, the Ana tomical Wonders, in their antics, dances and posturings. Each evening is the GREAT DECAPITATION! Cutting off a Man's Ilead. Remarkable, but containing no features to offend the most fas tidious taste. This sketch is known aa the ELIXIR VIT^. THURSDAY MATINEE — A Special Pro gramme. Distribution of Candies, Bouquets and 1.000 Flags of all nations to the little ones. FRED. G. MAEDER.Business Manager Evening price*.Aa usual Matinee prices—admission.50c Children.25c Reserved seat.75c Box Office open Saturday morning. n29-td ONE NIGHT ONLY. The EXCELSIOR MINSTRELS WILL GIVE OXE PERFORMANCE AT EUREKA HALL, -ON Tuesday Evening, Dec. 9,1879. PROGRAMME-FIRST DIVISION. Grand Overture.Full Company Grand Vocal and Instrumental Introduction, .Excelsior Minstrels Time May Steal the Rosea—ballad, .Billy Sampson Whoa ! I tell You—comic.Jimmy Warwick Our Little Darling's Grave—ballad, .Dick Sampson Neapolltaine—ballad.W. H. Reynolds Hannah, How’s your Ma?—oomic..George Dell Lilly of the Snowstorm—favorite ballad, .Billy Sampson The smuaing cllmtx. CARVE DAT 'POSSUM, finishing this division of ths performance. SECOND DIVISION : George Waters, in his great burlesque oration, WOMAN'S RIGHTS. EXCELSIOR l | Williams, Ssxnson QUARTETTE, J.(Paecoe, Sampson. WARWICK AND DELL, in thsir inimitable Song and Danoe. SKETCH FROM UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Mars a George....Rene Atkins Uncle Tom.Billy Sampson Thomas Trainer, in his amusing Sailor's Horn* ♦ pipe. To be immediately followed by the Laughable Burlesque, One Night in a Medical College Mr. Bc.lpel, . m.dte.l .tud.nt, .BlUjr B.mp.on Mr. George Arrowroot, .om. oth.r g.utl.mu, .. Jimmy Warwick Mr. Prlcg Venture, another of th* boy., .George Dell Mr. Bl.b.lde, . grave robber.Rene Atkin. Subject on the pl*nk.W. H. Reynold. Subject In tbe beg.Dtok B.mp.on Midnight Vi.ttor..Tr.tnor and Water. Ml.. Lury, t hou.e .errant.George Water. Other characters by tb. oompauy. AdmtMton.$1 | Reserved ««»U...B1 SO dcJ-td THEATER COMIQCE, CONNER OF IUEL AND BATEMAN STREETS. HESS & CO., Proprietors. OPEN EVERY NIGHT, 1, W. HEM, Builne.t Manager. Eureke. NQTember 91,1879. nOT9S-tf TO THE LADIES OF EUREK*. MRS. C. CRAVEN, I FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER, FOR 1 merly from San Francisco, baa resumed business On Buel street, opposite the leader office. Where ebe weuld respectfully solicit tbalr patronage. A PERFECT FIT AND BCPERICR WORK WARRANTED. Eureka, Sept. 30. 1979._ocl-tf BUSINESS CARD. All Persons Owing Mo on Book Account WILL PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE IMME DIATELY, WITH J. H. MI NI>Y, at the Old Store, -OS, WITH FRANK B. ALDEH80F, at the Sea* tlnel Office. W. H. CLARK. Eureke, Not. 1, 1879 _nov8tf THE LARGEST” BEST ASSORTMENT ——Of — STOV E S, Ever brought to Eureka, ean ba found at HE>»ttTOK dr CO’!. Eureka, October 8,18T9. ot-tf Dissolution. rllHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EK I istiug between Sprague A Moe, in the sa loon business, was dissolved on the 10th day of November. 1879. Mr. Andrew Moe continues the business, and settles the old firm's accounts. WILLIAM SPRAGUE, ANDREW MOE. . Eureka, X.Ttmbet 11, UN. bstIMB