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Eureka jDaili) Sentinel.
rc^NESDAY. TTT JANUARY g, 1880 -v <s >athorlMd to recoiT* mb ED. 8*‘in tbia town, for tho Bnrrncu «cripU®D*j . BUni. All perron. In Eu J?iCowlngffor .Ub*‘r‘PUoM wiu “»*• P»T meut to T0P0GRAPHTc*romcV u.«. •MiomcAL ditiiiok or t^Tobeat tuna. Et-nE< a. N«v., J.nuiry 30,1800. =====-THEBWoitlCTlIE. Rfl) hocb B.rm -tab Dry. Wet. „„ W«D -" ~n7Zi " 27 27 * »• . 8:05 * M 738 2» 285 W M7. 7 41 «1 38 -788 NW ,fl0* otT4» « «*• **• 543 « 37 2 37 . 32. .609 N ‘i‘;gljffll . - A. M. W*LL«§. Observer. TES TER DAT'* STOCK SALES. Ban Fra**1*** **tork E*eh«u*r. KOBNIWO boabd. 65 Ophir-17% 17% 310 Mexican—17% 200 GoiildA CnrOr-«% «% 6% 60 Beal A Belcher-13% 95 0alifornia-410o 470 Con^Virgbiia—4^15c 410c 44Schcl..r-g8%»H-108H 215 Potosi—5 5 * 0 i . 50 Hale *""77^8% 225 KeutneV—4^405c 410c 265 Sierra Nevada—21 21% Dlah-14% 14% 470 Bullion— 5% 5% “ 375 Exchequer—380c 3% 10 Beg- Belcher—21 285 Overman—9% 9 9% 345 Bullion—6 5% 5% 275 Justice—3 305o 995 Onion—43 43%48% 20 Chollar—8% 110 Alta —5% 5% 3825 Lady Bryan—330c 3% 335c 3% 340c 645 Julia— 295c 3 _ 485 Caledonia—205c 210c 215c 2% 220c 1910 Silver Hill—1% 145c 140c 135c 600 Challenge—220c 210o 2050 New York—GOc 40c 45c 50c 55c 210 Occidental—190c 2 250 Belcher—9H 985 L. Washington—1 95c 1025 Ainle*—1% 120c 115c 1 110c 1700 Well* Fargo—15c 10c 950 Ward—2% 450 G. Gate -2% 280c 590 Scorpio!’— 3% 360c 100 Leviathan—45c 400 Trojan—5o 100 Coamopolitan -50c 350 Benton—280o 2% 270e 220 Con. Dorado—205c 1U0 St. Louis—25c 2430 Flowery—55c GOc 500 N. Bonanza— 120c 1% 4500 Mackev—25e 30c 50 Con. Virginia—420c 500 Trojan—100 EVBBINO BOABt). 375 Barmood A Ely—1 90c 230 Belmont—60c 1100 Gila - 15c 10c 250 Leopard 20c 160 Northern Belle—9% 9% 100 Manhattan —1% 230 Metallic—1% 330 Grand Prize—1% 155c 2105 Argenta—I35e 1 % 130c 230 Independence—75c 2650 Endowment—55c 1500 St&4—25c 415 Day—70c 75c 245 Hillside— !G5c 120 Paradise—90o 170 Albion—25c 275 Wales—310c 305c 50 Ml. Diablo—16 180 Bodie -3 8W 8% 175 Navajo—35c 2010 Bechte —190c 2 1950 230 Me Clin ton—75c 33U Tioga—3 t 320c 10 Summit—1 80 Bulwe.—llt 425 Syndicate—190c 2 195o 113o Good-haw—40c 730 May Belle™26c 220 Oriental—75c 85c 1270 Belvidere—115c It 120o 1870 Champion—(5c 40c 50o 230 BUekbawk—90c 1 650 8. Bodie—20c 43u Booker—60c 65c 600 Queen Bee - 30c 35c 480 Mono—9 8t 8t 8t 75 Cun. Pacific -4t 490o 490 Dudiev 75c 70e 350 Jupiter—135c 130c It 1345 8. Bulwer—140c It 135o 650 Addenda—65c 750 Noonday—490c 495 5 80 N. Noonday—390c 1 895 Mammoth—2% 2 210c 200 Bouton—11 130c 250 Oro— 20c 300 8. Noonday—180c It 915 Martin White— 135c 11 575 Deed*—50e 300 Tiptop—31>10 350 8. King—71 7 50 O. Terra—lot 100 Caledonia (B. II.)_8t NT It XK m—4: SO P. M. I tab. 10ta; Belcher, 10t»; Beet A Bel cher, 13t»: Crown Point, Ota; Chollar, 8*t>; Mexican, I9ta; Crown Point, 6t«; Belcher. lota ; Sierra Nevada. 22a; Bel cher, lota; Bullion, 6a; I.ady Bryan, 315a; Crown Point. 6ta; Benton, 3a; Utah, 17a; Mexican, 19ta; Potoai, 5ta; Imperial, Utah, 171a; Utah, 18a; Julia, 295a. arrival* aad oepartiwen. *» THE IIIUU AMI) FALI.ADS SAILSOAD. departures Yesterday. Petrr Burke 0«> W Caaeldy Id L,tlt H Coruforth Arrivals I .as I Nlabt. 0 WUmoureut H Tr.be C.pt I> Strickland Mil. M.rv Farrell Parse A Co’s Letter l.lsl. „ The fullowlnji letter, were received at Well. deUrerert 0mo" ”•■*»» end not oyC.mlu M‘a. Clara Clark Hotel Arrivals. International—Oacar Lewie, Jaa. Lewie Jerry Ahern, Eurekt. r^*rkef Htmte—O. M. McClure, Cold tree* ; Griff. Thom an, Huby Hill. An Old Oimriilly Renewed. Tom Clarke, the engineer on the V. A T. road, whose contest with the Mechanics’ Inion will ho remembered, was assaulted in V irginia City on Sunday evening. Three wm stepped up behind him, aa he waa passing down Union afreet and crossing D, and one of them gave him a terrible blow over the head with a piece of gas nine knooking him down. The three men then jumped on him. and commenced kicking and stamping him while down. He would ro. u'b,P'lly ,’4V0 Wn ki,led hut for the ready assistance of Charley HufTand P. H. S ~ho -oeiug the assault, interfered, the^J.0muUpJu?d helped him down to pahon^n ,KHuff' hoWev<>r' ,or hi“ Partlci S*Y° m *he re*eue' *“ prodded in the S.tlv7l Wit ' * 4cr4,ch **>• hu‘ fortu driven j dangerous weapon waa not riven deep enough to reaoh the inner cav onu» of .Krre-1 Y*v* been ra,d«. and the dered°on the*Uuk>n?* n**Ur‘Uyb*e“ 4ho“' Paasln* Balllow. Wall,, Fargo A Co. shipped this morn. *•* '*r» t* VuUwn, Valued al TT.ffl T*. THE FIRE DELEGATES. A Lively Meeting Last Evening. IN FULL WAR PAINT~AND AFTER SCALPS. Important Reaolntiona and later* eating Debate*. Binco the conflagration in April last the Eurelta Fire Department has not been noted for eapecial activity. It has been about impossible to secure a quorum at moat of the meetings of the several companies and the Fire Delegates, and it is an unaccount able fact that the principal property own ers were among those who rarely attended any lire meeting. Last night, however, proved an exception, and when the Board of Delegates were called to order all were present save Messrs. Foley and Cassidy, the latter not being in town. The first business was the reading of the report of the Chief Engineer, which was accepted and placed on file. It was as follows : Et-BKKA, January 1, 1880. To the Board of County Commissioners and Fire Delegates—Gentlemen : I have the honor of presenting to yon the second quarterly report of the Eureka Fire Depart ment, for the quarter ending December 30, 1879. FIBE ALARMS. Tho number of fire alarms, from all causes, for the quarter amounted to eight, including three fires, the damage for which amounted to $100. No insurance. DEPARTMENT APPARATUS. In my last report I called your attention to the apparatus of the department, which needed more or less repairs and painting. The Hook and Ladder Company’s truck is in tolerable good order for service, but needs repairs and painting ; also twelve new fire buckets and three axes. The Rescue hose carriage and hose are in excellent condition. I would recommend the purchase of a half-dozen spanners for this company. The Knickerbocker hose cart is in bad order, and unfit for service. It needs a thorough overhauling, also a half-dozen spanners. The Richmond hose cart and apparatus is in good working order, and ready for service. Nob Hill hose carriage is in good work ing order. The company needs a half dozen spanners, alsc one house lamp. HYDRANTS. The hydrants were all in good order when I examined them last, b^t since the contract between the Commissioners and Major McCoy has gone into effect and his Superintendent appointed. I know nothing of their condition. The hydrant opposite the International Hotel is bursted and not fit for service. I would also recom mend the placing of the two new fire-plugs—not at present in use—one st the Rescue Hose house, and one somewhere in the neighborhood of the hospital. hose. 1 informed the Committee, about nix week ago, that the department hose in service is iu good order. SUPPLIES. Since the . late ordea of the Board of Commissioners no difficulty is experi enced in obtaining supplies for the de partment. RECOMMENDATIONS. I would recommend to your honorable body the necessity of constructing a plat form for the purpose of washing and dry ing hose ; a suitable place for the platform would be at the north side of the Knicker bocker Hose house. FIRP. WARDEN. A petition was then read, asking for the appointment Mr. D. Smith Harris as Fire Warden, and requesting the Board of County Commissioners to give Harris the position. Mr. Sadler saw little use iu sending such requests to the Board. A similar one had been seut heretofore, asking that the Chief Engineer be appointed ex*officio Fire Warden, but the time spent in passing it had been wasted, for no notice was taken of it. A running discourse followed, and fin ally Messrs. Anderson, Sadler and Mc Ewen were appointed a Committee to find out whether the Board was disposed to ap point a Warden ; if so, at what salary, and what authority would be given him. A QUESTION OF AUTHORITY. In the meantime several delegations from the various companies entered the hall, and after the latter business had been dis posed of, Mr. O. L. Bcott took the floor, aud offered the following resolution : lienolved, That the Board of Delegates will tender their resignations, and the fire companies will close their doors units** some satisfactory arrangement be made by which the control of the apparatus of the Fire Department bo given to the properly constituted authority, viz: the Chief Eu giii' er. Mr. Scott proceeded to advocate the adoption of the resolution. Unless the Board was entitled to some consideration, and the Chief Engineer vested with some authority, then there was no use in the Board going through the farce of holding meetings. Mr. Hauler coincided with Mr. Hcott. The time had come when some definite ac tionah ould he taken, and the question of authority settled. If the Commissioners were not in favor of allowing firemen to govern the Fire Department, why they had better run it. Mr. Wilson deprecated hasty action. There was no need in uselessly antagoniz ing the County Commissioners. »nd he be lieved they were disposed to act fairly. Mr. Ham Raphael advocated the adoption of the resolution. Mr. Owen McDermott, Foreman of the Richmonds, George L. Amucnd, II. B McKee, and other members of the depart ment, who wore on the committees present from the different companies, also spoke in its favor, and it was finally adopted. The Secretary was then instructed to in form the Board of Commissioners of the action of the meeting, and to secure a re ply, and another meeting of the Delegates will be called as soon as it is received. The resignation of the Chief Engineer was also handed in, but its readiug was postponed until the intentions of the Com missioners could he ascertained. -— Photographs Wantod. A gentleman in New York, who has been trying to dispose of Eureka mines, writes for photographs of Prospect Mountain and other points, in order to more clearly ex Elain the formation of the country and the nation of the mines. It would require but littlo money to secure negatives of the Mountain, and when once taken they might be used to advantage. Mr. M. H. Joseph, of the Golden Buie srora, expresses a will ingness to bear a portiou of the expense, and those who may be inclined to assist can confer with him. C'losetl. The Pioche Record says the mill of the Valley Company, at Hiko, has beeu obliged to close down on account of cold weather, the water having frozen. When the mill stopped running there were between four and five thousand dollars in bars and amal gam. There is now etiough ore extracted and amalgam at the mill to cover the out lay of the company in getting the mining property in working order. Karen* Con. Kblpnents. Bullion to the amount of 32,450 pounds was shipped by tbe Eureka Oon. this nroruinf. Fi.lfc ntHT. ■craps from the Mote-book of the ■entlnel's Reporter. Gus Peterson will recover. The prophets predict another storm, Dan Morris returns to Ward this morn ing. The new shaft of the K K is down about 25 feet. Ex-Superintendent Donnelly is on the Comstock. Good ore continues to be taken from the Needle mine. Forty men are now employed by the Jackson Company. Several parties are suffering from severe attacks of rheumatism. Wie school children are preparing for Friday’s entertainment. Large quantities of custom ore are being reduced at the Richmond. Prof. Wedeles will give a soiree at Eu reka Hall to-morrow evening. The Independent social comes off on Ruby Hill this evening. The Home Ticket lias made a shipment of ore to the Richmond furnaces. The quotations of Eureka stocks have changed but little the past three weeks. A benefit is to tie given to Maurice Cath cart at Eureka Hall on Saturday evening. Ten tons of ore have been received at the Richmond furnaces from the Bay State mine. Rev. Mr. Phelps write* from Ban Fran cisco that he is well pleased with his pres ent charge. Charley Goll’s household furniture was sold at auction yesterday afternoon, and brought fair prices. Last year $40,000 was spent in develop ing the Hamburg mine. Rapid progress is being made in sinking the main shaft. Messrs. A. Cazatix, Ross. Wright and M. C. Conners leave for Reese River this morn ing, for the purpose of purchasing cattle. Of late the Ruby Mill stages have run until un unusually late hour at night, the result, doubtless, of lively competition. The shipment of Richmond lead con tinues daily, but no inroad is made appar ently on the huge pile outside of the re finery. The annual meeting of the Bowman Company will be held in Boston shortly, and Superintendent McDonald proposes to attend. A woman left Eureka by rail on Monday morning, under an assumed name, and a number of bills have since been charged to the profit and loss account. The Eureka Base Ball Club will again shy their castor info the ring the coming season, and will play any other club that may accept their challenge. The Zoological Garden, to the sorrow of at one Eureka gentleman, has con cludflEpnt to change the location of its menagerie this winter. FF.KHOMAIj*. Mr. George W. Lamoureux returned last evening from a visit to California. Capt. D. Strickland, of Hamilton, who has been visiting his old home at Grass Valley, Cal., arrived here last eveuing. Lieut. Governor Adam* spent yesterday in visiting with his old friends here, who are always pleased to meet him. He leaves to-morrow for his ranch down in Nye county. _ The Feu Man. Ned Parker was recently in Pioche, amus ing the natives with his banjo, singing, telling stories, selling pens and giving away money. The Record says that, according to the statements of citizens, he must have left thousands of dollars in Pioche. There is hut one uian in town who acknowledges losing anything, the balance all either be ing from $1 to $20 winner, or else quitting even. It was amusing to listen to the dif ferent methods advised how to capture the $100 bill, but, of course, no one Hucceeded. Even old, gray-beaded men, who would make much better grandmothers than they would grandfathers, entered into the pen business, and are now wealthy—in pens. If Parker had stopped in Pioche one day long* r he would have been completely broken, for the dampbool brigade turned out in full force. Kepublican County Committee The above Committee met in the law office of Bishop A Sabin yesterday after noon. Mr. H. Smith having left the county, and Max Oberfelder and Postmaster Smith having resigned. Messrs. C. J. It. Duttlar. E. Davidson and Ed. Dean were elected to fill the vacancies. A committee was ap pointed to draw up resolutions expressive of the sense of the Committee, that a State Convention should be held for the purpose of selecting delegates to the National Re publican Convention. Our Nuirirevtiou Adopted. Supervisor Horn yesterday caused a ditch to be dug in front of the Court-house, leading to the mouth of the sewer, and the the result is that the water that heretofore has run down Bateman and Buel streets is earned to the ditch through the sewer. In a few days Court-house square and Bateman street, between Maiu and Buel, instead of being almost impassi ble on account of mud. will be a good thoroughfare. As long as Mr. Horn con tinues to do his work so thorougly, we shall advocate as many terms as he cares to accept. Grunt or Blaine. A local statistician says that he has in terviewed 288 persons in Eureka, relative to their choice for the Presidency ; that, of this number, 213 expressed a preference for Dlaine. There were about 800 votes polled in Eureka Precincts. Nos. 1 and 2, at the last election. Jeff Work, the Chair man of the ltepuhlican County Committee, authorizes us to say that he has interviewed 500 persons, and that four fifths of them express a decided preference for Grant. Jeff', says he "sees the Elaine man, and goes him 300 better.'' •--■ —— A Generous Act. Maurice Catlrcart is one of the unfortu nates whom burster! theatrical troupes has left stranded in Eureka. He differs from most of his class, however, and instead of waiting, Micawber like, for something to turn up, he has vigorously tackled every thing that promised remuneration, though with poor success thus far, save to make him many friends, who propose giving him a benefit in Eureka Hall on Saturday even ing, sud Messrs. Molinelli A Smith have kindly tendered the use of the building for the purpose. The Phenlx Closed. Superintendent Arrington, of the Phenix mine, received instructions from San Frau cisoo on Monday evening tu close the mine and. in con equence, all work was stopped yesterday. We have not been able to learn how long it is likely to remain idle, but coming at this particular time, it will add to the depressing spirit that pervadea all huainess classes. The expenditures of the mine, last year, amounted to $80,000. In Nolld Ore. We understand that the bottom of the shaft of the Elosaom mine, concerning the title of which has led to a dispute between the Dunderberg Company and D. J. J. McLaughlin, is in twelve feet of solid ore. This mine adjoins the Clipper, one of the Golden Eule series. The Colville Troupe Com lug. Messrs. Molinelli A Smith have perfected their arrangements, and have sent for the Colville troupe. They will op> n in Eureka on the 11th of February. Save up your •pare bita, for It is rarely such a company visits tins section. BKIftTOf. BITS. I From thePloche Record of Saturday.] Grain and flonr, scarce. The Hillside furnace is running very fair, reducing some fifty tons of ore per day. The town is overdone with strangers, who are wailing their opportunities to ob tain employment. The Hillside Company are daily increas ing their working force at the mine, as a great deal of dead work is, at present, be ing done, and the taking out of ore and de velopments are being pushed ahead rather rapidly. Two important developments have lately been made in the Hillside mine—that of three weeks ago. on the extreme east level; and later, on the same level west, a large body of heavy carbonate ore being en countered. which, as they get into it, is opening out, and is very promising. Mill fouling. “ Hard times” ia a chronic complaint with many persons, but there seems to be just cause for it in Eureka at present, judging from the attachment suits that have been entered lately. Four more will be commenced to-day, and there are others in prospective. Drawn ou tls* Jnrjr. Last week, while drawing the trial jurors names out of the box, in Pioche, for the pnrpo-e of getting a jury to try McLane and McIntyre for the murder of Walborn. the name of the unfortunate victim was drawn to the surface and called off as a juror. The Prcibyterlaa Minister. There is considerable cariosity to bear the Rev. Mr. Gallagher, who preaches in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday, and it will undoubtedly be crowded on that day. Mr. Gallagher is said to be an elo quent divine, and he will find Eureka an excellent field in which to exert his powers. Eureka Hoclal (’lab. The second soiree of the Eureka Social Club was given at the Hall last evening. The assemblage was a select one, and just enough bad been invited to fill the floor, without making it uncomfortable for the dancers. _ Mo Increase In Price. Messrs. Hunter and Brown say they do not propose to charge more than the pres I out rates to and from Ruby Hill, and are only too happy when they can secure a load of passengers at four-bits each. Found Guilty. The Chinamen charged with conducting a lottery, were before Judge Cromer yes-; terday, and the jury returned a verdict of gniltv. They will be brought up at 2 o’clock this afternoon for sentence. Careless Correspondent*. A letter addressed to Miss Annie Hansen is held at the Postoffice for better direc tion, and one to Munn A Co., New York, for non payment of postage. An Improvement. Buggy tops will be placed on all the buck boards of Jot Travis’ lines running south. Passengers will appreciate the change. HAUCDRIMI SAMPLES. ItetaN of lufereitt Culled from State Exeliaiaires. Leap Year party in Pioche. The Hillside mine shipped $6,900 in bul lion on the 16th. Pahranagnt valley is filled with wild geese and ducks. The Esmeralda Herald denies that any physician is needed in Mason valley. Friday, the Manhattan Company shipped $10,112.44 in bullion. The net profits of the Nevada County Narrow-gauge railroad, for 1879, were $45,000. The annual meeting of the Raymond A Ely Company will be held on the 27tli. The Pioche Record states that all the ranchers who are able to do so. are holding back their hay and grain for the “big” prices. The main tunnel of the Martin White Company was measured a week ago, and found to be 470 feet in length. J. B. Cooper, Prebident, and M. San Pe dro, Superintendent, recently presented F. K. Murphy, Foreman of the Alexandria mine, with a handsome gold watch aud chain of about $500 value. COAST CALLINGS. News Motes Gleitued from Various Sources. A minister is badly needed at Mammoth City. The freight bill of a Bodie merchant amounted to $4,000 in one week. A Methodist minister has been sent to Bodie. ___ The Bodie policemen are occupying their time in making charges of misconduct against each other. Traveling companies report Salt Lake a bad place for amusements. The theater, no matter how great the attraction, is not fillet! us in former days, when pumpkin aud cabbage passed current. Guadolsca R&nche. San Buenaventura county, Cal., more than 30.000 acres, lately owned by Col. W. W. Hollirter, has been sold by F. Adams, of Sauta Cruz, to W. R. Brown, of Sauta Barbara, late of Eugland. A rich strike is reported at Deer Creek, about 25 miles from Denver, and the min eral found is ruuuiag from $150 to $1,000 per ton. The area of the Black Hills proper is 6,000 square miles, running in a northeast and southwest direction, a distance of about 100 miles, aud an average width of 60 miles, between the forks of the Chevenue river. Throughout they are mineral bear ing. holding mines of gold, silver and coal, besides other metals and minerals. MAIL MOTES. Current Topics, Reported from all Quarters. Wilkie Collins says he has earned $150, 000 with his pen. Over 1,000 cheese factories are operated in the State of New York. The lead mines of Chester county, Pa., that have been idle for twenty years, are •oon to be put in operation. In eighteen of the twenty-four couutiea of Arkansas there are no newspapers. In 1805 Georgia's gold fields yielded $100,000 in bullion aunually. The yield is now ten times that figure. The annual report of the St. Louis Mer chants Exchange shows that the receipts of all kinds of grain fur the year were about 45,000,000 bushels, au increase over last year of 10,000,000. Over 30.000 men in the Lehigh Valley, Pa., are employed at the furnaces, of which there are 54, with au annual rapacity of 624.000 tons. These furnaces produce one fifth of the pig iron made in the Uuited States, and cousume 1,400,000 tons of irou ore annually. It ia a fact not very generally known, that the Emperor William, of Germany, ia the uncle of the Cxar of Russia. Eminent German statisticians calculate that the amount of money (pent in rail roads since the invention of the locomotive, reaches the vast sum of $15,000,000 000. Passenger fares ou German railways average about as follows : Per mile, first class. 3 cents ; second, 2*4 cents ; third, 1H cents; fourth, \, of a cent. The fourth oiasa passengers ars whsl would be called, a Amerjoe, "RagWL" SPECIAL N0TICE8. REMOVAL THOMAS MURPHY Dm removed his Boot •hop three doors sooth of the new brick build ing on Main street, where ho la prepared to make the beat French Calf Boots to order, from $12 to $16. Repairing neatly done. A largo assortment of Boots of my own manufacture, at reduced prices. Sir Astley Cooper's Vital Restore* tire. The great English remedy has made more cures of Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lost 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. Mintle, M. D„ No. 11 Kearny street San Fran ctuco, for the Restorative, and be cured. Price, $3 per bottle. Four times the quantity, *10. Try a bottle. Dr. Mintle treats all private dis eases successfully without mercury. nov20-lrdhw The Mew Foundry. All kinds of MINING CAR WHEELS and AXLES at the New Foundry, at H. H. CONKLIN k CO S. Deuernl Clearanee Rule, At the GOLDEN RULE 8TORE. Goods at ! eoet price, to close by the first of February Retiring. Boots and shoes mi eomi at the GOLDEN RULE. Joseph is closing oui, and will retire from business. Will Go East. Joseph, at the GOLDEN RULE, is offering hia stock of fashionable bats and caps at cost. Is closing out, to go East. Winding Up. Casimere shirts, white shirts, scarfs, ties, bows, socks, handkerchiefs, etc., fat cost at the GOLDEN RULE, to wind up business. Going Ont of Ruslneas. Gloves of buckskin, kid, dogskin, wool and combination, st cost at the GOLDEN RULE, on account of M. H. Joseph going out of busi ness. Cloning Out. M. H. Joseph, of the GOLD EN RULE STORE, will close out his stock of cigars, stationery, pocket cutlery, razors and notions, at co»t9 to quit business. Quits Merchandising. California all wool undershirts and drawers, canton flannel, merino, and all kinds of men’s underwear, at cost at the GOLDEN RULE, as M. H. Joseph is about to quit merchau dising. FOli SALE AND TO LET. Furnished Rooms to Let. QEVERAL NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS O to let, at half the prices usually charged by other lodging houses. The rooms are large and very comfortable, and most of them are furnished with stoves. MRS. DENNIS, At the large adobe house, North Buel street. Eureka, January 17, 1880. jaul8 tf FOR RENT. House of four rooms to rent ; containing two closets and water. Fur nished or unfurnished, as desired. Apply st rear of the house adjoining Dr. SchueideT's residence, three doors from the School House on Nub Hill. Eureka. January 12, 1F80. janl3 tf House for Sale. Brick house on nob hill for sale —south of water-tank; two rooms, wood shed and water. Apply to the E. k C. Lumber Company. Eureka, January 12,1880. janl3 tf Rooms for Rent. A FRONT ROOM ON MAIN 8TREET, SUIT able for tn office or a store, wi*h bed room in rear. For particulars, apply to MRS. RANFT, At the Silver Brick Lodging House. Eureka, January 6. IsfcQ. jau7 tf Rooms to Rent. A SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS, PAR lob and bedroom set, single or in suite, will be let to a suitable tenant. For particu lars, apply to MR*. McCAKTNEY. Corner Clark and Adams streets. Eureka. January 6. 1880. Jan7 tf Furnished Rooms. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS AN ELEGANT suite of luruished rooms to rent, on South Paul street. For particulars, inquire of C. J. K. BUTTLAR. Eureka, December 27, 1879. dc28-lm For Rent. I BURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN ' Suite. Are newly furnished. Terms, rea sonable. Apply over the Bank Exchange, next to the new Main street building. MRS. T. S. DOUGLAS. Eureka, December 27, 1879. dc2*-lm For Rent. A STORE ON RUBY HILL, NEXT DOOR j\. to Dr. Lukens* drug store, can be rented reasonably. Inquire of MYERS A FRANKLIN, Eureka. Eureka, December 13, 1879. dcl4-tf TO RENT. Anew house, of three rooms, M •ltunteii u.-xt to the re.ideuce of !."■» Mutt. Kyi*. Nob Hill. Apply on tb* promt***. Eureka. July », 1ST*. jyJO-tf For Sale or to Let. THE PROPERTY NOW OCCUPIED BY Brown <k Tassel as a shoe store, next door to the Wnite House, Main etreet. Eureka, Is for sale or to let. Inquire of J. JACOBY, Eureka, January 14,1880. jaul5 tf For Rent or Sale. A HOUSE CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS, and all modern improvements, will be rented or sold cheap. It ia situated on Nob Hill. Apply to MAX OBERFELDER. Eureka, December 9, 1879. dclO-tf WEATHER STRIPS. The eureka a California lumber Company have just received a lot of Micks Fatal leather Strips, Which are claimed to be the best now in use for keeping out the cold and duat. The mate rials are black walnut and rubber. n30-tf RUBY HILL OPERA HOUSE. >JVHIS PROPERTY HAS BEER MADE THE COZIEST OPERA HOUSE (n the Stele, et a large expense, and parties de sirous of engaging it for Theatrics! or other Entertainments, can do so by applying at my store at Kuby Hill. e9tf J. W LAMBERT. Notice to the Public. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS TAKEN Pos session of the Boarding-house on Ruby Hill, lately run by Mrs. Cavanaugh, and has placed Mr. T. B. Ruddtek m charge. The business will be conducted iu the best possible manner, and a continuance of the lib eral patronage heretofore extended is respect fully asked. _ HENRY KIND. Eureka. November 13,1879. novlA-tf notice. PART1KS WIIO HOLD STOCK IR THE Ror'hweet.rn Cou»nlldated Mining Com pany art* requ* a ted In lev® It at th, uflic. of the'Eureka H«U Company, when It will be iw ieaned. This . ouree i. ue.-.ee.ry, owing to the fact th.t ell the booke of the company were de stroyed iu the lire. t> J, 8*AV LARD. BMratary. —a» i Ut ***■ «OMgg JEWELRY, HOLIDAY GOODS, ETC. -. — Fine Watch repairing a Specialty. X m ◄ Q fc < * H 3 ◄ On fc O EDWARD WILHELM, ACtaum, Wald ail (kt Jeweler and Optician, Begs to inform the communities of Eureka. Bub; Hill and tbs sur rounding district* that ba bas Just received a LAB0E STOCK FIRST-CLASS JEWELRY, SUITABLE FOB CHRISTMAS. PRESENTS, And that with LOW PRICES and strictly HONEST DEALING, he will make his Establishment the MAISON DE CONFIANOE, OF EUREKA. ALL TIME-KEEPERS REGULATED ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS. The undersigned has purchased the business of Max Oberfrlder. and will eeadnet a tirat-class wholesale KS Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco House, -IN THE ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING. He is prepared to Compete with Eastern or San Francisco houses in Prices and Terms. -O The attention of Hotels and Families is called to my well-assorted stock of FINE WINES. BRANDIES AND CIGARS. CALL AND EXAMINE THE GOODS. 1*1. B. BARTLETT. Eureka. December 23, 1879. de24-tf FARMER & LESSER, PROPRIETORS OF THE 1TEW "Z"OIRSTORE, ARE IN REOEIPT 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. Price* Reduced in Every Department. ^-COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED _______ - FARMER A LESSER. Eureka, October ————. JOE RICH, PAW N B R O K E R, On* Dear South of Parker Hon**. 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. money loaned oist interest. Eureka. October a*. 1879. ocaS-tf ALP HARRIS, -DEALER IN Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Valises, Ete. GENTS’ NECK-WEAR -A. SPECIALTY. FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA. Measures Taken, and Shirts Made to Order. ALF HARRIS, Two dooca ascth of Soak W»l'» —r*- HOTOWIM* s, is*