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ARRIVAL* ABM MEPARTIBE*.
„ THE ioema a*d falimdh mtiLHOAB.
Orimrlures February 33.
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SSmStr £“»*.NCl,0n
jWM.thews0" Mrs c J Lansing
T Totks. Miss A J* 0h'n®y
P Everts.
Arrival* February 33.
TB HutcbtHson J 1 WllUtin
Departurea Yewlentuy.
o«w“ ?322£
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Mr. o Cheney
D DeJIsrcb P ‘•avlll
Arrival* Last Night.
DN,tb.n Mts. Emm. Yale.
Ploebe, Hamlllon anil Eureka Llu«.
amaiVAUi.
H Wertheimer E W Harris
Well*. Fargo 4k Co’a Eetler 1.1*1.
The following letter, were received at Wells
Ftrgo A Co-. OIB.-i last avenlng and not
delivered:
Miss K.te Golden J sine. Harr
Dtuici Foley _
Hotel Arrival*.
International Hotel—L. A. Naw, T. R.
Hutchinson, Ham Kenedy, Han Franciaeo;
A Gill. Canada; J. E. Williams, Paradise
Talley ; J. Akin, Alpha ; J. Morri., John
McUaffin. Thus. J. Jones, City; John
Kenedy, Eureka; R. Rapties, Diamond;
A Frasser, Prospect Mountain ; A. Jenkins,
Adams Hill; j- W. Turf, Palisade ; Mrs.
White, Bodie.
Turner Mouse— J:dm Hardwood. W. 8.
Spence, Halt Marsh; John McKay, Tybo
Road.
Parker Honse— A White, Steptoe; Jas.
Arnold, Humboldt Wells.
Fo«*lsig Bulllou.
Wells, Fargo A Co. shipped this morn
ing 1 bar of bullion, valued at $1,235 75.
ftlrliiuouil Bulllou.
The Richmond Company .hipped thi.
morning S bar. of bullion, valued at
$15,434 77.
Ar.lotle Work.
Eureka Hall was decorated yesterday by
some id the firemen, under the direction of
Terry McMahon. It presented a gala ap
pearance. and was a credit to Terry’, taste
and judgment.
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The Ruby,
The London Mining Journal saya : A
telegram received at the company’, office
"irti forth the Important diacoverv in the
crosscut, where already ore in paying ituan
tities is being raised from the Home
Ticket,"
Merloualy III.
Mrs. George P. McConkey, of Hamilton,
we regret to learn, i» seriously ill from a
severe attack of pleura-pneumonia. Dr.
Thoma was telegraphed for aud went over
Sunday night. He writes that he will not
return until there is a change in her condi
tion.
Dentil of Mrs. Richards.
Mrs. William B. Bichards, a lady well
known aud universally esteemed on Buby
Hill, died yesterday morning, and will be
buried at 1 o'clock to-day. She was a sis
ter of the Messrs. Stinsons, of Buby Hill,
and of the wife of Mr. J. McO. Scott, of
Eureka.
Mlenllng Hurley.
On Saturday night Tin mas Glynn and
John Holland were arrested, charged with
stealiug a quantity of barley from Mr. Jot
Travis. They will have a hearing before
Judge Cromer at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
The barley stolen was found in the cabin
of the accused.
Yankee Fork.
By private letter to Mr. Fulton we are
informed that the Charles Dickens mine,
st laukee Fork, has passed from the con
trol of its original locator, Win. Norton,
into the hands of Eastern capitalists. Nur
ton received the neat little sum of $100,000
for his prospect.
In Old quartern.
Messrs. Molinelli A Smith retire from
the msuagemeut of Eureka Hall to-day,
and will resume their old business, that of
real estate agents, notary public, etc., at
their former place of business in Central
Ball. They are careful and reliable men,
and will soon re-establish themselves.
Tkr Banner Concert
The Banner concert on Bubb Hill last
night drew a good house, and the audience
was delighted with the entertainment. The
young gentleman takes a complimentary
beneiit at Eureka Hall, Wednesday or
Thursday night, tendered by the eutlre
jnusical force of Eureka. Master Banner
is deserving, tnd we are oertain that this
complimentary entertainment of his mu
tual friends will draw immensely.
Moving.
Eureda Lodge, No. 22, X. O. O. F.. hav
ing secured a lease of the Foley md Biek
*rd Building, for the term of three years—
with the privilege of three years more, were
busily engaged iu moving into the new
butidiug yesterday. The Hall will he oc
cupied by the Masonio Fraternity. Moun
t»in Lodge, No. 27, I. O. O. F.; Beatific
Lodge, No. 7, K. of P., aud other kindred
organizations—under leases from Eureka
Lodge, No. 22, I. O. O. F.
Change of Time.
The Pioche Record aaya that the Hamilton
end Eureka atagea commenced laat Tues
day leaving Pioche at 4 o’clock in the after
noon, the object of thie being ao aa to
evoid croaaing the White Pine range of
mountains during the night. By leaving
in the afternoon they travel through that
range during the day time, thua avoiding
the trouble they have heretofore had. Thie
derangement ia only temporary, and will
only continue ao during the heavy enow on
the mountaine.
The Raymead * Ely.
The Pioche Record eaya that rnmora
were rife around Pioche the early part of
{"* week to the effect that P. W. Clute
had purchased the control of the Raymond
* hly mine and that a new Superintendent
end Secretary had been appointed, whioh
would neoesaaryly cause a oiiange through
out the mine and mill. Suoh was not the
Mae, however, no change having been
"■eue, although tho rumor had aome foun
dation in the fact that Clute had made an
Troe tees of the oompany for
*°“'n|l «< the property.
ri.CE OUT.
■crap* from (he Sole-book of the
Ncntlnel’a Keportcr.
The Musical Union meets to-morrow
evening.
The Germania Society is rapidly increas
ing in membership.
Invitations to the Purim ball will be is
sued in a day or two.
A new wire cable has been Just received
by the K K Company.
The bad weather has retarded work on
the Jackson’s new shaft.
Ruby Hill Independents propose to give
a social to-morrow evening.
The lectures to be given at the Methodist
Church will take place every two weeks.
The Sunday School concert at the Meth
odist Chuch. Sunday night, proved a pleas
ant affair.
Collector of Internal Revenue Shannon
is fitting up an office Just north of his pres
ent location.
Superintendent Griffith, of the Wales
Con., leaves this morning for the Comstock
and the Bay.
A key, with a yellow ribbon attached,
was lost on Sunday. The finder will please
leave it at this office.
Mr. G. H. Baldy, late a Justice of the
Peace in Lincoln couuty, has located per
manently in Eureka.
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, Rev.
Mr. Gallagher will receive $1,800 per year,
together with house rent, fuel, etc.
The next regular meeting of Mountain
Lodge No. 27, 1. O. O. F., will not be held
until Wednesday evening, March 3d.
It was reported on the streets yesterday
that the Metamoras Company hail struck
a body of ore at a depth of 800 feet.
Jim Middaugh ran the town flag to the
top of the liberty pole at 12 o’clock Satur
day night, in honor of Washington’s birth
day.
The friends of Master Banner desire to
return thanks to Mr. J. W. Lambert for
the use of a piano at the Ruby Hill con
cert last night.
THE RICHMOND.
Manager'* Report to the London
Office.
The London Mining Journal states that
Mr. Rickard, after reporting upon the va
rious points of operation, says : The cham
bers are looking very well. Where we have
begun to put in timbers in the bottom of
No. 15 chamber, there is a very fine breast
of rich ore exposed. The furnaces are in
good working order, and, at present, smelt
ing average quantities of ore. A correspon
dent writes : Private advices state that the
Richmond Mine, to-day, is 100 per cent,
richer than at any period in its history.
The discoveries now being developed under
the Tip-Top mine have laid open not less
than 100,000 tons of ore, and the end is
not yet. The ope rations now in vigorous
progress, are expected to unfold even far
greater riches. Bo confident of this are
prominent wealthy operators in San Fran
cisco, that for some days past they have
l»ecn purchasing the shares. Borne go so
far as to say that the famous Comstock
bonanzas, which have yielded such enor
mous wealth, will soon l>e equalled by the
Richmond bonanzas. The preseut temper
of the speculative Ban Franciscans leads to
the belief that the Richmond shares may
by largely absorbed there, and if a con
trolling interest be arquirt-d, we may find
Richmond again an American corporation,
and a similar sensation in the shares as
once took place in California street in the
famous bonanza mines.
Eureka Con. Fetter.
Tlie following is the official letter of Su
perintendent T. J. Read for the week eud
ing February 21 wt:
Affairs at the mine remain about the same
as per last report. The following progress
has been made in the extension of pros
pecting dtif's :
First level—Winze sunk 8 feet; in sli 52
feet. Drift bottom of wince, 12 feet; in all
12 feet.
Third level—Northwest drift 30 feet; in
all 140 feet.
Seventh level—Northeast drift 22 feet; in
all 152 feet. North drift 22 feet; in all 128
feet. Southeast drift 8 feet; in all 163 feet.
Winze 30 feet; in all 30 feet.
Eighth level—Southeast drift 23 feet; in
&11 150 fe©t.
Ninth luvel—Upraise 26 feet; in all 26
feet.
Little Tenth level—East drift 17 feet; in
all 160 feet.
Ten lit level—Drift on quartzite 9 feet; in
all 37 feet.
Eleventh level—North drift 30 feet; in
all 840 feet.
Pit tent*.
Patents have been received at the Land
Office for the claim of the Silver West Con
solidated Mining Company upon the May
Day Queen lode. Eureka Mining District,
Eureka county ; 3.67 acres.
Claim of F. J. Schneider sud W. C. Har
rington upon the Uncle Sam Consolidated
lode, part of unsurveyed public domain in
Eureka Mining District and Eureka county;
14.28 acres.
Claim of Albert Sturges upon the Mata
nioras lode and mill site, unsurveyed public
domain, entered at the Eureka Laud Office
iu Eureka Mining District and Eureka
county;
The Irlab Fund.
A meeting was held at the Jackson House
on 8unday evening, of those interested in
the Irish Relief Fund, and after an ex
change of views, it was decided to send the
amount to the New York Herald, and the
following telegram was sent yesterday:
To tlie Editor of tlio New York Herald :
The citizens of Eureka county, Nevada,
forward herewith $1,650 to the Herald Re
lief Fund, and express their sincere thanks
for the magnificent contribution of tlie
Herald for the suffering poor of Ireland,
and its hearty co-operation with Mr.
Charles 8. Parnell iu his mission of be
nevolence and charity.
S'onilltlon or the I'omlemned.
Rolh of the men condemned to death in
Pioche, seem to have physical ailments.
The Record of last Saturday has the fol
lowing. regarding their condition: The
public generally being anxious in regard to
the health of the condemned men, McLane
and McIntyre, we would state that McLane
is suffering from the effects of rheumatism
and has to keep his lied. McIntyre is grow
ing thin, and is suffering considerably from
frost-bitten feet, of which he lias not been
cured since making his trip from Pahrana
gat during the cold weather.
Gooil Spelling.
In the written spelling review of the
Second Intermediate Department of the
Publio School, held Friday afternoon,
thirty words were given out to 1* spelled.
Mias Laura Davis succeeded in writing the
number correctly. Myra Hopkins, Bertha
Fiske, Mary McCormick and Estella Man
uel wrote twenty-nine out of the thirty.
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Postponed.
The Commissioners met yesterday, but
decided to take no action in regard to
delinquent taxes until Monday next, their
regular monthly meeting day, when a full
Board will bo present.
Open.
The frozen water main on Bateman street
has been opeued. The pipes were covered
with manure before the earth was replaced,
which will prevent another freeze during
the winter. _
Foreign <|nnti*IIOM».
I.ato London advices state that Rich
mond stock is quoted at *G1.25 and $G3.73;
Eberhardt. at *18.73 and *81.115 ; Ruby, at
*88.78 and *85.
■ EPI'BLK'AS COMMITTEE.
A Mtate Convention to be Held at
Austin, May 11th.
(•FECIA1. DISPATCH TO THE SENTINEL.]
Virginia , February 23, 1880.
Tbe Republican State Central Committee
met here to-day as per call. The meeting
was unusually full, there being but few
proxies. The Committee was called to
order at 1:30 p. m. by the ChairmaD, I. L.
Requa. Mr. F. A. Trittle was chosen to
fill the vacancy caused by the removal of
Judge Seely, from this State to Colorado.
The motion to order a Convention May
11th to seloct delegates to the ChicagoCon
vention was adopted unanimously. Austin
was named as the place for holding the
Convention without much opposition. The
County Committees throughout the State
are directed to call primaries, on or before
May 5th. No effort was made to appoint
the delegates to tbe National Convention,
all agreeing that it was better to yield to
the popular demand for a State Convention
to choose the delegates. Grant and Blaine
were discussed informally, though no test
vote was had as between them. It was infer
red from the expression of members that the
Blaine men were in the majority, and had
the committee resolved to appoint the dele
gates, it is more than likely that a Blaine
delegation would have been chosen.
Your reporter understood it to be the
sense of the Committee, though informally
expressed, that the delegation sent to Chi
cago should go without instructions for
any particular candidate. This is apt to
be the policy of the party when it meets in
State Convention. It seems to be a settled
fact that no effort will be made to keep
Mackay, and other heavy Grant men, from
the Chicago Convention, should they de
siro to attend. With this much conceded,
or a tacit understanding that certain well
known supporters of Grant may be allowed
to attend the National Convention, without
instructions, no effort will be made by the
admirers of the Oeneral and a third term,
to control the Austin Convention. It may
be relied upon, therefore, that there will
be no split in the Republican party of Ne
vada over the Presidential question.
me question 01 mo appoiuuuciu ui dele
gate* to the State Convention was under
discussion when your reporter left the Com
mittee rooms. A proposition was made to
allow each county the same number of
delegates as they have members of the
Legislature. This would make a small
Convention, aggregating only 75 members.
But some other basis of representation may
yet be agreed upon.
ParadlNe Nines.
Mr. Jacob Lowenthal, formerly of Eu
reka, is now located in Spring City, Hum
boldt county. Her is favorably impressed
with he mining outlook iu that section,
and thinks Spring City will witness lively
times when warm weather opens. About
100 men are now employed in the mines.
The town contains three stores, two barber
shops. two butcher-shops, two livery gta
bles, four restaurants, four lodging houses,
ten saloons and one brewery, and is grow
ing steadily.
PoMtnl I'aeillties.
A good deal has been said concerning the
“star” mail routes, and the deficiency asked
to be voted by Congress by tlie Postmaster
General, but it is not generally known that
Eastern and Southern Nevada will be af
fected. The Postoffice Department lias
asked for $2,000,000, and the House Com
mittee have agreed to appropriate $200,000.
Should no more than this be voted it will
cut down the mails going south from
Eureka by stages, from daily to weekly,
and it is doubtful if any contractor will
hanker after the job.
The Richmond Ball.
The Richmond Company have reason to
be gratified over the success of their ball
last evening, for none Lave beeu given in
Eureka of late that have been better at
tended, or that have given more general
satisfaction. Nothing was omitted that
could possibly have conduced to the enjoy
ment of their guests, aud the Richmonds
nobly sustained the reputation they have
so justly earned. Financially and other
wise it was an entire success.
The Fnurral of Mrs. Morris.
Mr. John McCabe, brother of the late
Mrs. James Morris, having been detained
in Sacramento, by sickness, it has been de
cided not to send the remains East, at pres
ent, and the funeral will take place from
the Catholic Church, at 10 o’clock sharp,
town time, this morning. Mrs. Morris was
born in Stockbridge, Mass., and was thirty
five years of age.
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Clothing at Coat.
Mr. H. Kayser, at his new Main street
establishment, keeps one of the best stocks
of clothing to be found in Eastern Nevada,
which, in view of the stringency of the
money market, he is selling at about cost
price.* This is a good time to purchase
clothing and furnishing goods, and Kay
ser’s a good place to buy.
Complimentary Concert.
The musicians of Eureka, appreciating
the abilities of Master Banner, have de
cided to give him a complimentary con
cert, and in this they will be joined by
many of our leading citizens. The young
gentleman is worthy of every encourage
ment, and we art* glad to note this mark of
appreciation of his taleuts.
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Pardoned.
A special meeting of the Board of Par
dons was held last week, in the case of
Alexander McKeever, convicted of man
slaughter in Nye county, January, 1874,
and sent to the State Prison for a term of
ten years. McKeever was pardoned aud
restored to citizenship.
Lend.
The Mining and Engineering Journal
says : There has been a business of 300 to
500 tons, at [email protected] The market is fairly
strong at these figures. There is nothing
to indicate that any great quantity will be
sold at lower figures for months to come.
Good Ti-uipiurs.
This organization will meet in the Meth
odist Church to-morrow everting. Odd
Fellows’ Hall having been vacated by its
former tenants, renders this step neces
sary.
Desert Laud Application.
H. M. Grant, of Elko, takes up the NE.
la of Section 32, and BE. \t of Section 29,
T. 33 N„ K. 60 E.—320 aores, situated in
Ruby Valley.
The First Meeting.
The Masonic fraternity last night held
their first meeting in the new hall.
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BRISTOL BITS*.
| From thePloche Record of Baturdayd
The tearing down of the Hillside fur
nace is in progress. The stack is already
leveled to the ground, and blasting out the
foundation has commenced. The bullion
which is known to lie under nesth has not
yet been reached. It is thought that some
ten or twenty tons will be taken out.
The rich vein of ore lately encountered
in the Thorndyke. at Blind Mountain, has
opened out to over three feet, with an
average aBsay of the whole ledge of over
$6‘>0. It is gaining strength as work goes
down, and everything is favorable fur the
opening out of a large ledge.
The machinery of the artesian well borer,
for the Bristol Company, arrived here from
the terminus the latter part of this week.
As soon as the engine arrives operations
will be begun immediately.
fcomnnaoATR»l
VARIOUS MATTERS AMD T HI VO PI.
The Corner Mon Touche* Up Ann
dry Local Topic*.
Editors Sentinel : Emperor Norton is
dead, bat the spirit of the departed still
lives. That indomitable purpose to see
that America and Mexico are correctly and
properly governed, still remains extant,
and having no royal authority to make
binding proclamations, I» nevertheless,
consider it a duty to make some observa
tions upon current events. This is done
with the sole view of protecting the poor
people, by suggestion, what our lamented
Emperor could have done by edict. I take
my stand at the corner and observe pass
ing events, in regard to which some one ^
once remarked, M Cast their shadows be- j
fore.” This is a beautiful metaphor, but
I dispute the proposition advanced, for the
reason that the Court-house has been a
coming event for a long time, and has
neither come nor cast its shadow before
the Jackson House; therefore, I would
warn all people to beware of all crude say
ings of poets, also politicians, contractors
and such.
Aiiero are otner tilings uctci me
attention of the thoughtful, not excluding
certain members of the Damphool Infirm
ary ; that is to say, the two boards which
we have in town. The peculiarity of these
hoards is that they have been made into
slabs. This is strange ! The most inex
perienced lumberman, in a sawmill, can
make some poor boards out of a slab, but
I have yet to learn of two presumably
good boards being turned into an ordinary
knotty slab, whose kinks will yet be taken
out by the moulding process.
I think it would be well to endeavor to
have the next Legislature pass an Act, to
amend an Act, entitled an Act, to enact an
Act, and repeal all other Acts on the same
general or particular subject, to have the
newr Court-house turned into an insane
asylum for the State of Nevada.
This suggestion is made on the sole
ground that no sane man would risk his
life to enter it, even if it is ever finished,
and the sooner the insane are killed all the
better for the State and the poor unfor
tunates. The last idea is inhumane, but it
is just, and justice is all we want.
It would be well for a “ pool” of influen
tial citizens to meet in some brick building
and there pool their issues, and send word
to Judge Hawley, that in future not to be
so pointed in his remarks, as to putting up
jobs before hand, and making a low bid
good by extras. Such remarks don’t set
well and have a disparaging effect on some
of our tax payers ; and it must be under
stood that a man who does not pay taxes
has no rights at all compared with him
who steals one hundred thousand dollars
and pays taxes on it. These are things
that deserve careful consideration. I
would advise you all to beware of politics.
I don’t know what they are composed of,
but I think the principal component parts
are gold and silver and sometimes a tracing
of lead. The last excitement in regard to
this favorite mineral has not proved very
advantageous to those who thought there
was “millions in it.”
Sadler saddled no debt upon the county
while he was Commissioner.
It has been said that time makes all
things even, and let us hope so. But, in
the meantime, let us demand a fresh deck
once in a while. I reserve further obser
vations fur a future epistle, in which I will
see that Capt. Rock is set right before the
public. Thoughtfully yours,
The Corneb Man.
THE FUBIJU PlIJtE.
Comment* of the Pre** oa Lift
Subjects.
A RIVAL FOB SAN FRANCISCO.
From the Daily Exchange.
The railroad and telegraph facilities of
carriage, cheapness of transit, above all
capital protected under the panoply of
equitable laws, will render New York, once
that she lias obtained the supremacy, no
longer a rival, but the money dictator of
the world.
THE MEN WHO ARE HUNGRY.
From the Alta California.
“ Who’s linngry ? Is it Workingman
Kearney ? Not while the seductive East
ern oyater peeps from its shell in the chop
house window. The men who are hungry
are some of those who have helped to pay
for the oysters for Dennis.**
COUNT NO CHICKENS.
From the Chicago Journal.
The papers are all mixed up about Penn
sylvania. Some think it’s a big contribu
tion to the Grant boom—and we are inclined
to think so, too; others think it was an
empty victory for Grant and really means
Blaine; and all argue that Skermau has
nothing to expect from that quarter. But
wait and see. Don Cameron, who seems
to hold the Keystone State ;n the hollow of
his hand, is related to the Snerman family,
by marriage, and it is not impossible that
he may have ulterior designs.
COAST CULUNG8.
News Notea Gleaned from Various
Sourced.
Prof. Newberg is expected in Silver Reef.
Strawberries $1 per pound in San Fran
cisco.
Real estate and building boom in Stock
ton, Cal.
Eggs are worth $16 per dozen in the
Yankee Fork mines.
Denver has twenty-one labor organiza
tions, that control over 1,90U votes.
A masquerade ball is to be given in Bo
die for the benefit of the water company.
There is some talk of introducing the
diamond drill in Bodie for prospecting
purposes.
Cape Horn freights at New York for San
Francisco vary from $8 to $10 per ton for
heavy goods.
Precisely 116 inches of snow have fallen
on the Blue Mountains, near Weston, Ore
gon, during the present winter.
There is more land granted to railroads
in Montana than in auy other State or Ter
ritory in the Union, except Texas.
Redwood posts, shipped from San Fran
cisco and costing $1 each, are being re
ceived and used by the farmers near Win
nemucca.
Portland, Oregon, is to have a first-class
hotel, the entire cost of which will be
$2')0,0U0, the fuuds to be raised by sub
scription.
Chinamen and Piute squaws about Sutro
find profitable employment in digging up
the stumps in the mountains and canying
them to town, where they find ready sale at
$8 per cord.
The Workingmen’s and Democratic par
ties are uniting their forces in California.
The Sacramento Bee predicts that they will
present a solid front to the enemy in the
Presidential election.
FIOCIIE PMKI*«*.
Doing" of n Week, as Recorded In
the “ Record.”
Stockmen anil ranchers are looking blue
and swear there is too much of this kiud
of weather for the good of cattle. They
say if the present cold snap continuea that
half the cattle will perish.
If there can be any reliance placed in the
whispers that come from Tem l'ahute,
then there will he quite a little mining
boom in that district uoit Summer. The
mines there sre ail looking splendid, and
the only thing needed there to make) the
district bloom is a mill. The ore is very
rich.
We hear that there arc a large number
of cattle dying on the ranges both in
Nevada and Utah. Tin' cattle arc all very
poor, being nothing but mire shells, anil
the present cold weather which we arc now
having is said to be killiug them off very
rapidly.
_NEW TO-DAT._
MEYERS & FRANKLIN,
AT THE OLD STAND!
Will Continue, ae Heretofore, te Keep on Hand the Ohoiceet
SELECTIONS OF1
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Hosiery, Jouvin’s Kids, Embroideries, Corsets, Millinery
GOODS, and READY MADE
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES,
DOLLMANS, CLOAKS, LADIES’ AND CHILDRENS SHOES.
Agents for Demorests’ Reliable Patterns.
w Order* Irom the Country Promptly Attended te. "V*
Eure.,- r.bm.r, M. IMP._M«V«R8 * rRAHKLjW.
__ DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
FARMER & LESSER,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
NEW YORK 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 & LESSER.
Eureka, October 9, 1879._oclft-tf
ALP HARRIS,
-DEALER IN
Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Valises, Etc.
GENTS3 NECK - WEAR -A. SPECIALTY.
FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA.
Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear.
ALF HARRIS,
Two doom north of Jack Perry's Saloon.
MISCELLANEOUS.
H. KAYSER
To the Front!
t'REIT ANNOUNCEMENT!
Fifty Celts 01 tie Dollar!
The anderel«ned hae Jnet bought
oat the
ENTIRE STOCK
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Etc., of
MEYERS « FRANKLIN,
And will continue the business st the old
stand, NEXT to JOE MENDE8*.
I WILL ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND THE
choicest goods, at the lowest figures, and In
order to make room for our immense stock,
shortly to arrive, I will close out the stock on
hand
AT HALF-PRICE,
And, as I have bought the stock for 50 cts. on
the dollar, I can afford to do so without saying,
like other merchants, i am losing money.
The firm will continue under the name of
Tie San Francisco ClotMi Store
Hoping to receive a share of the public pat
ronage, I will always endeavor to please and
deal fairly with my customers.
H. KAYSER,
Main street, • . Eurekt .
*7* Orders from the country solicited, wad
pronnply attended to.
Eureka, January 24, 1880. jn25-tf
HATS
Renovated jM Repaired.
The undersigned has been appoint.
cd Agent for the
HOUSE OF HERRIAAN,
of sail Fraud***®,
And will hereafter be prepared to
Sell, Repair or Renovate
HATS
Of all kinds
At Low Prloes.
17* Don’t buy a new Hat when you can have
your old one look aa g«>od as new.
JULIUS 0. FL1SIS9NER,
Nob Hill, next door to Prof. Plumhoff. f 15-tf
WEATHER STRIPS.
Frank P. Mills,
I 4 T THE KCREHA fc CALIFORNIA LIMBER
I .'V Co upauy'm'ffli e, h»» j»“t wolvril »lot of
I Mtfs Patent f eatber Strips,
i Which arc claimed to be the beat now in uae
for keeping out the cold and duet. The mate
| rials are black walnut and rubber. Jan38 tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Leading
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
OF EASTERN NEVADA.
P. STELER,
WATCHMAKER
—and—
JEWELER,
Main street, Eureka, Kiev.,
Keeps constantly on hand a new
and well selected stock of the latest pat*
terns of
FINE JEWELRY,
DIAMONDS.
Cold and Silver Watches,
Gold Chains, very fine Jewelry, all so’id gold,
of all kinds; solid Silver and plated Ware, and
OLOOKS,
Of every description; all of which he
, guarantees to be of th« best quality, and
P *"**f warranted as repr* rented, and which he
t»|8/i>ffpra to sell at 25 per cent, less than
any other house in Eastern Nevada.
Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave
and Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES.
Please call and examine my magnificent
stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere.
No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit
I the times.
TWO DOORS ABOVE THE WHITE PINE COUNTY BANK, j
MAIN STREBT.
1 .Special Attention Paid to Watch
work.
Watches repaired, cleaned and war
ranted for one year. New jewelry made
to order and repaired.
All orders from the country promptly attend
ed to. P. STELEB.
Eureka, January 5, 1880. _tf
M. M. LEY,
RUBY AVENUE, EUREKA.
DEALER IN
i CHOICE GROCERIES
—AND- -
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Boom and Shoe*. Vegetable*. Fruit..
Egg., Butter, Etc., Etc.
tar bells cheaper than anybody
Eggs Only 40 Cents a Dozen.
Goods Delivered to all Parts of the Dis
trict. flt-tf
Don with Yonr Hip Prices!
D'i lbs. O. €\ for 81 «0.
3 Dozen Kvifs for 81 *»®
f^T All other kinds of Groceries at the same
“ B ALEXANDEEU
Kext door to Uiwku'i buildln*. .....
UMa, X*r., Itbruur IT. n*>. *«-»*
JEWELBT, WATCHES, gfO.
ABE MOOSER,
DEALER Q,
JEWELRY!
SILVERWARE,
MITtHES, CLOCKS^
TOYS Z
FANCY GOODS,
Etc., Etc.
Tvl-A-IUST STREET,
(Next door to the Old Corner,)
EUREKA, • • NEVADA.
SETAII kind, of Vttckn, Clock,
and Jewelry repaired and gnaraa*
teed.
ABE HOMES.
Eureka, Jmturj 2,1880. Jana tf
ED. WILHELM,
CHRONOMETER
WATCH AND (LOCI
MAKER,
Jeweler and Optician,
Keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock
of first-class
W^TGUES,
#k CLOCKS! Jk
*!* JEWELRY*!*
—AND—
OPTICAL GOODS!
—AND—
By Low Prices and strictly Honest
deal in will moke his es
tablishment the Maison
de fouflaiice of
Biirekn.
TWENTY YEARS’ EXPERIENCE.
■GP Twenty years’ experience in the very first
chronometer, watch and clockmaking estab
lishments of Dresden, Paris, London, Shanghai,
Yokohama and San Francisco, a complete set of
machinery necessary for the manufacture and
repair of all kinds of time-keeping instru
ments, combined with the fact that I refund
any money if I ever should fail to give entire
satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none
but first-class work will leave my bands
EDW. WILHELM.
^Eureka^ebrnar^OjlSAO^^^^^^flLjtfj^
DIIUG8~ANDMEDICINE8.
J.F. SCHNEIDER
Has Again Opened His
g DRUG STORE, g
At the Old Stand on Hula Street,
Second door north of Joe Mendeo* Saloon,
j am pbepabed to put up
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS,
AND ORDERS FOB
Drugs and Medicines,
At all hours of the day or night.
1 also have a full line of
per FUMBR-T",
Toilet Articles, Hnlr Brashes, Tooth
Brushes, Mali Brushes, Kte„
And in fact everythin* usually found in aftrat
claaa Drug Store. __
F. J. SCHNEIDER.
Eureka, May 24.187»._mjK-tt
PHARMACIE FRAMCAISE. I I0TICA ESPAMU.
Main street, two doors south of New Brick
building. Eureka, Nev.
Keeps a full assortment oth|
all kinds of Foreign and Domestic
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Xedioinea
TOILET AND FANCY ARTIOLE8.
As well as FINE WINES and LIQUORS, for
medical purposes ami the choicest brands of
Imported Havana and Domestio Cigars,
Aud everything else usually to be found In a
first-class Drug Store.
PlijNlciHaaM* Preacrlptluua A'areAilly
Compounded, liny aud Night.
R. BKE1T7MANN,
dc30 Druggist aud Apothecary, Manager.
AUCTION!
AUCTION!
AUCTION!
The Entire Stock of Goods at
ASHIM’S STORE
Main Street, Eureka.
11TILI. BE SOLD AT AUCTION TO THE
VV highest bidder, commencing
Saturday, Feb. 7th, 1880,
And continue until the entire stock la dis
posed «f.
SAM FRIEDMAN,
Eureka. Feb. 8,1880. A"'*1® ,l_tj
Sir Astley Cee|Hr'i Vital Heet-ra
live.
The great English remedy has xusde more
cure# of N» rvou* Debility, seruinal Weakness,
I.ost Mtnhood, nocturnal emissions. lassitude,
iusbility f<*r weutni talxir. despondency ana
#u«*h iDseHSt # m# are induced byyouihfu- foiltee
and exi *#"Crt. than all other medicines com
bined. Why will y u suffer? send to A. K.
Miutie. M. D.. N >. 11 Kearny street San *'^an*
Cisco, for the R* storative, and be cured. Price,
frl per hurtle. f our times the quantity, »10.
Try a bottle. Dr. M intie treats all private dis
eases successfully without mercury.
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