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Eureka EDailtj Sentinel.
FBIDAT, :::::::: APRIL 2, 1S80 PEKSKflTIJIW THE JEWS. The war against the Jews in Germany is said to be growing in the intensity of its bitterness. The learned men of the Empire have all taken sides, and it is said that in the matter of brains the Jews are vastly ahead of the anti-Jew wing of the controversy. It is summed up, says a contemporary, that “there are 600,000 Jews m the German Empire, and it is charged that none of them are engaged in agricultural and mechanical pursuits. They simply control trade and rule finan ces, and this is the crime with which they are charged. They are traders and finan ciers simply because they can do these things best, and if anybody can do them better, the field is open. The Jews have no monopoly of their callings, and the right way for the Germans to go to war with them is to beat them at their own game by fair play. But the Jews are nearly all rich and prosperous, and some of the Germans are poor, and the Jewisli Qerman is only another phase of the cap ital and labor question.” In all the his tory of persecutions that have disgraced the world there is nothing approximating in infernal wickedness the persecutions to which the Jews have been subjected. It seems -to be forgotten by Christians that without the Jews there could have been no Christ, and that without Christ no salvation; and yet Christians perse cute the God-chosen people, through whose agency salvation and eternal life was brought to light. A BLACK IIILI.S EDITOR OX THE WAKPATII. The Black Hills l’iouecr is at war with Judge Moody of the Territorial Bench. The Pioneer accused Judge Moody of ac cepting “straw bail” in a certain case. The Judge retorted from the bench that the Pioneer “lied, wilfully and malic iously.” He also ordered the offending editor to be brought before him on a charge of contempt. The editor didn’t go. On the contrary, the editor, Mr. R. O. Adams, published a card in his paper in which occurs the following explana tion of his refusal to dance attendance to His Honor: When his message,calling on me to come over to his court with the writer of the ar ticle complained of, reached me yesterday, I requested General Hall, the polite anil gentlemanly bailin' of the court, to “ pre sent my compliments to Judge Moody and tell him to go to h—1.” If he has had any injustice done him by the Pioneer, be cun oall at this office, like any other citizen, and get a correction made. Thb Chicc'O Express calls for a “ Na tional Conv. of the Soldiers and Sailors of the <orth and South,” to he held in thr-t cir j on June 9th, and quotes a large number of Northern and South ern newspapers favoring the movement. The Express says : It is right and fit that there should be such a meeting. The war is long over. The men who were boys when it commenced are getting gray and old. More than half of those who wore the “blue and gray” have solved the mystery of death. Nature has gen erously clfaceil the traces of the conflict. The saplings have grown tall over the graves of the fallen, and their roots have reached down to the hearts of the dead. It is time for peace. And to inaugurate an era of peace, let the soldiers of the North and South meet and shake hands. The voluminous reporter who has ac companied Grant into Mexico, uncon sciously, the Utica Observer thinks, fur nishes many good texts for invidious com parisons. Recently he telegraphed that Grant and Diaz were together almost con tinually, and that they seemed to be “mutual admirers.” When we remem ber that Diaz gained the dubious honors he now holds by force, and that he has very recently given out that he may be compelled to hold over another term, the basis for the charm the two men find in each other’s company is very apparent. Miss Kmma Wixom, of Austin, is thus alluded toby an Eastern paper: " Mile. Nevada, the young American who is to take the opera-going public by storm this season, and before whom, her enthusiasts say, the radiance of Patti and Albani will pale, is at present staying at Nice, where she is diligently practising. She will make her debut in “ Somnambula " at Her Majesty’s Opera, London, early in May. The young lady, who is just twenty, is reported to be a capital actress, and is to receive £15,00C for her services.” The homestead law recently passed in the United States Senate is of import ance to many persons in this State. It provides that the land shall be given to the first settlor whether he claims as a pre-emptor or a homesteader. It also makes provisions that the first settler on an abandoned homestead entry shall have the first right to acquire title to it after the original entry is cancelled. It is shown by recent count that in Great Britain 2,113 individuals hold not less than 5,000 acres of land each, and that their aggregate ownership was 38, 018,545 acres. As the entire acreage of Great Britain and Ireland is put at 77, 513,600, it will be seen that very nearly half the entire territory is in the posses sion of about 2,000 persons. FlJU. returns of the San Francisco elec tion will be found in our local columns. It will be seen that the Citizens’ Union tioket oarried the day by an average ma jority of 7,346. Mr. Kearney seems to have run hie party into the ground. Mneovni journaliam ia thus llluatrated by the Kansas City Times: "For fear Mr. Barker, of Kansas, may fear we are negleoting him, we atop the press this morning to reassure the public that Mr. Barker is the biggest liar in the world." THn Supreme Court of the United States baa decided that the stock of Na tional banka is not subject to local taxa tion. These banks seem to be the espe eial pate of the Oovnraawnt. EASTERN NEWS. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Appointment of K pc cl a I Deputy Blur* tin I*—An Appropriation of gAOO.OOO—Tilt Between Neurs. Blaine, Whyte and Ed mund*. David Dai i* and Carpenter — Charges Against C onsul T. T. Dawson. — ■■ m - - — f By Teleffraph to the Sentinel.] Washington, April 1.—In the Senate, yesterday, the House amendment, striking out the clause in the immediate deficiency bill for the appointment of special Deputy Marshals of Elections by United States District or Circuit Judges, and providing that the Circuit or District Courts shall appoint them, was agreed to by a party vote. Allison moved to make the appro priation of $600,000 for the expenses of United States Marshals, to apply also to their deputies, and in a colloquy with Eaton, claimed that there was no clause in the Devised Statutes providing for the gen eral deputies which the bill mentions. The amendment was defeated by 31 to 20. Mr. Blaine ottered an amendment Riving tlie employes of the public printing office the usual public holidays. Mr. Whyte accused Mr. Blaine of propos ing general legislation on an appropriation bill, which principle he (Whyte) was op posed to. Mr. Blaine said tlie Senator would goon have a chance to prove his devotion to 'lie principle; for himself, he refused to be spoonied by the House, and to accept all their legislation without like privileges on the part of the Senate to originate, and un less there was a definite rule adopted, not to engraft legislation on appropriation bills, he would maintain the equal right of the Senate. Mr. Edmunds made the point of order against Mr. Blaine’s amendment, that it was in contravention of the rnle of the Senate, and therefore out of order. Mr. Blaine denied that this deficiency bill was a general appopriation bill, and therefore the rule of the Senate need not here apply. Mr. ltollins, presiding, ruled accordingly. Mr. Edmunds appealed. Mr. David Davis objected to Mr. Blaine’s amendment and his stand, and had no doubt he would be consistent, and move to strike all general legislation from the bill. Mr. Blaine asked Mr. Davis if he had stated his position correctly. Mr. Davis said he did not propose to be criticised now, but would stato Ins position when an occasion was presented in a tan gible form. Mr. Blaine said Mr. Edmunds was noted for loading down appropriation bills with legislation, which charge Mr. Edmunds sarcastically denied. , - Xho Chair here reversed his decision, which act Mr. Carpenter applauded, and which Mr. Blaine regarded as improper, unless reasons were given. A spirited interchange then occurred be tween Blaine and Carpenter, as to the pro priety of this point. Mr. Edmunds moved to strike out the clauses relating to the pay of Special Dep uty Marshals, leaving the appropriation in tact, whiclt was rejected by a vote of 34 to 22. The bill was then read a third time and passed—ayes, 30; noos, 24. Representative Horace Davis lias re ceived and will file to-morrow, ut the Stato Department, an elaborate communication, addressed to Secretary EvartB by Thoodoro A. Lord, of Sail Eruucisco, making very serious cnarges against Uev. Thomas T. Dawson, formerly of Oakland, and now U. H. Consul at Samoa. Lord's truthfulness and reliability are vouched for to Congress man Davis by a number of the moat re spectable citizens and business firms of San Francisco, interested in the Samoan Islands, who write to him that Lord was Selected by them to go to Samoa and ad vise them of the true state of afiairs there, on account of his well-known integrity. Lord charges Consul Dawson with working in the interests of the German Government and German business bouses, against the interests of the American Government and American citizens. He says Dawson is a man of had character, and is held to be in fatnoiis wherever lie is known. He is, per sonally, dishonest and corrupt, and noth ing less than “a petty thief." Lord also severely criticises the conven tion entered into by Consul Dawson aud the German and English representatives with the new King, Malcates, by which it is proposed to create Apia into a munici pality, under the control of the foreign Consuls, with authority to levy a tax of five per cent, per year upon American resi dents, ami her and his Han Francisco friends ask Secretary Evarts to disapprove of this convention. Davis’ correspondents say in closing these charges: Until some decent, reliable man shall lie appointed to succeed Dawson, there will be no safety for American interests in Samoa, and no en couragement for AmericauB to contend for a portion of its trade. If there were a re putable Consul there, a company would be formed here at once to operate the sugar plantations of these Islands, but the par ties arc waiting for a otiange of Consuls to be made before doing anything. The Sub-Committee of the House Com mitteo on Pacific Railroads, who were in structed by the full committee to inquire into the alleged contract between the Pa cific Railroads and the Pacific Mail Steam ship Company, have not yet prepared their report upon the subject, but it iB under stood that they will take the ground that while such a contract would lie obnoxious to the received tenets and precedents of common law, the almost universally changed condition upon which commercial transactions are based, justify a radioal de parture from former precedents. Union between Tammany and Anti Tammany. New Yoke, April 1.—The Committee of Twenty-one, appointed by the Democratic Union to devise the best plan for bringing about a union between tho Tammany and Anti-Tammany Democrats, met last oven ing and appointed a sub-committee of five to call upon the two existiug Democratic organizations of this city, and invite each of them to appoint a sub-committee to meet the committee in eonfereuce, for the purpose of devising a plan to secure the election of a united representation of the Democratic party of the oity of New Yurk as delegatee in the coming convention, Denth from Ealluir Wild Parsnip, Omaha, April 1.—John Downs, aged 12, and Willie Johnson, aged 8, died yesterday afternoon In great agouy, from eating wild parauip. A third hoy, Charley Titus, who was out with them and also ate of it, will reoover. Fatal Result of a Quarrel. Leadville, April 1.—F. A. Prentice last night shot and killed L. 0. Dixon, while engaged in a quarrel growing out of an al leged iuault offered by Prentice to a lady whom Dixon was escorting borne. Matas >at the Ntar Mervlce Bill. WiBHiNOTo.N, April 1.—Tbe Star Ser vloe Deflcieucy bill, and Senate amend ments, were reported beck to-dsy from the Committee on Appropriations, and plaeed on the ealendar of the Committee of the Whole, in the House, without any recom mendation from the Appropriatioua Com mittee. It was tlio intention of the major ity of this Committee to recommend non concurrence, but they were afraid to make that motion, because, under tho rules of the Houee, a motion to oonour could have been immediately offered as a substitute, and a vote required upon it without debate, whioh would, undoubtedly, have resulted in the complete defeat of the Committee. They hope to be more eucoeesful in the Committee of the Whole, but the general belief it that ail of the Senate amendments will be concurred in, and the bill sent to the President for his signature, by Thurs day. Wei Complimentary to Grout. Galveston, Texas, April 1. — During General Grant’s reception at Houston Mon day night, the gas was turned off from the stand, and lamps and candles had to be used. On Sunday night the guns of the artillery company to be nsed to fire a sa lute on Grant's arrival were spiked, but the spikes were removed in time for use. A $500 reward was offered for the miscreant who spiked the guns. General Grant and party arrived from Houston last evening and departed by steamer for New Orleans. Sharp Custom House Officer. New York, April 1.—A customs officer at Castle Garden found a German woman coming down a gang-plank supported by her hnsband and the ship's doctor. They represented that she was about to be con fined. He listened to nothing, but ordered her to the search-room where forty yards of broadcloth wer6 taken from her wrap pings. George W. Rooney, who eight years ago lived here, went to California in 1872. The police were informed yesterday by the au thorities of Santa Rosa, in that State, that he had been killed there, and were as!ted to inform his relatives, but these could not be found. The Star Mali Service. New York April 1.—During Blackburn’s speech in the House to-day on the Star service, he sent to the Clerk’s desk and had read a letter fr<»m J. D. Carr of California, au old mail contractor, to the effect that the Star service was managed in a way which let! to the most reckless and unnec essary expenditure of the public money. THE PACIFIC COAST. THE KEARNEY CROWD BADLY BEATEN. A Victory Tor tlic Citizens* Protec tive 1'ulon— Murdered for Ills Money—Htrlke In the Botlie Mine—Trouble tin the V. A T. Rnilronil. [ By Telegraph to the Sentinel.] San Francisco, April 1.—Following ii the number o( votes which each candidate received. Average vote for the Citizens’ Protective Union ticket is 19,022, and ior the Workingmen's 11,670, giving an aver age majority for the former of 7,316. Cit izens’—S. M. Wilson, 19.166: Cnl. J. P. Hoge, 19.000; M. M. Estee, 18,68ft; Ohas. Kohler. 18,958; It. C. Harmon, 19,661; A. S. Hallidie, 18,868: T. B. Bishop, 19.126; T. J. Bergin, 19,262; A. Compte, Jr., 19. 071; W. Bartlett, 18,744; J. M. McDonald, 19,190; J. M. McNulty, 19,135; Isaac Wormser, 18,799; M. P, JoneH, 19,097; J. T. Boyd, 19,181. Workingmen’s—C.Hast ings, 11,938; Thos. Ashworth, 11.040; Jos. O’Connor, 11,770; August Tillman, 11, 780; Wm. Broderick, 12,282; J. F. Gibbon, 11,483; Jos. B. Kenncdv, U,4G2f; ,I. K.Phil lips, 11,553; M. J. Keelv. 10,971; A. C. Taylor, 11.411; J. ,T. McMahon, 11.420; Hugh Curran, 11,019; P. Swift. 11,1*3; D. 8. Kerrett, 11,366; J. C. Peimic, 12 001. 8alt Lake, April 1,—Earlv yesterday morning the watchman at the'Tithing Of flee discovered a man lying near tlio en trance of that place with a pistol wound in the back of liia head, lie waa still alive, hut unconscious, and died in a short time. There were Mood stains from the Englo Gate, in front of Brigham Young’s Beehive House, and the supposition is that ho was shot at that place. Ho was seen early in the evening with two tramps, who, doubt loss, murdered him for Ms money. From papers on Ms porson his name was ascer tained to be Geo. Wilson Drake, of Beatty, Marshal county, Kansas. Bopie, April 1.—In an altercation at a (lance house last evening Hand. Black was shot and dangerously wounded by Jesse Pierce. The difficulty was caused bv Pierco assaulting a liurdy named Kittio' Wells, who was defended by Black. The former is a gambler, and the latter was lately a depnty constable. Another rich strike is unofficially report ed in the Bodio mine, in the middie winze. From the 438 level the ledge had been lost for over 100 feet, hut has been again en countered over 200 leet below the level mentioned. The report, although from unofficial sources, is generally believed here. Carson, April 1.—The engineers of the V. AT. B. R. were ordevod to-day by the Mechanics' Union to quit taking trains in Storey county. Superintendent Yeriugton stated to an Appeal reporter last night that he would quit running the trains as fast as the engineers were ordered off. Serious trouble is apprehended. Sacramento. April 1 .-The Senate, after along debate, struck out the enacting clause of the bill regulating the levying of assess ments upon the capital stock of corpora tions. OVER THE WATER. A Skirmish Iletwecu the CiMMeka land C'hlncae Troupe. St. Petersburg, April 1-Anotberskirm iah has taken place between Cossack pickets and Chinese troops on the Kuldja boundary. _BORN, Virginia city. March 30-Wife of John Leaser, Jr., a daughter. marrieo. - Kherharilt. White f‘ln« county, April 1—J allies Pepper to M sa Eimua Oeycr. _ PUP, Eureka, March 31—Terrence, tufant aon of John ami Catharine Dorsey, aged 2 months ami 8 daya. Funeral will Like place to.day, at l o'clock r. from the residence of the parents. Friends and acquaintances of the family are Invited to attend. Helena Station, N. C. It . March 30 —William F.. Lander (formerly of Tlntic, Utah), of pneumonia, aged <i [Halt Lake papers please copy ) Galena, Lander countv, March 25—James Mea ger. uged 61 years. NEWTO-DAY. CREDITORS' SALE! rriHK UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN AP 1 pointed Receiver of the atook of II. dfc J. Kintl, pending litigation, will offer for Hale, for the uext DAYS, At Cost Price, For Cash Only, —the— QiRoataniEs i Pno VXSXOKTfci, LIQOOIU, ETC., Now in the store of the said If, .V J. Kind. These goods are disposed of to astisfy attach ments siid tieua, aud must be sold strlctlv for cash. Call audeumiu. Iiefore going elaawiiere. D. MANHIINI, Receiver. Eureka, April 1,1880. .2 tf NOTICE. I have this day appointed Gabriel MOUUANTINI. of the town of Eureka, Nevada, my agent to collect ell reute due aud eowlug to me, on ell property owned bv me in the town aud county of Eureka. State of N»* veda ; aud 1 hereuy notify the truauta occupy ing a«nl property, that he la the only person author!rod to receive said rents. P1BTK0 MA RTFLLETT 1. Eureka. Nevada, April 1. ltd). aJ lm ~MRIT1NG SCHOOL. THOSE DF8IRINO TO RECEIVE IN8TRIT0. ttou in plain and Ornamental Penmanship, will please call at the School bonne on i'u> Mlay, Thursday and Haturday eveniiwa, at 7 o’clock, end ou ttuby Hill, Monday, Wetlueaday aud Friday ev» ulnae at 7 o’clock ; or at the residence of t». Y. Benjamin at any time, where specimens may be seen. •SIT D* !*• BENJAMIN, Teacher. AUCTION SALES. auction! In Front of SAM FRIEDMAN’S Store I Saturday, April 10th, 1880. THE ARTICLES FOR SALE CONSIST OF Two Elegant Sets of PARLOR l.\D BED-ROOM FUHNITUKE, Sprint Mains, CARPETS, Parlor Stoves, Lounges, ETC., ETC. The furnititre is all good, and will be .old without reserve. The Hale will commence at 2 o’clock. Terms, CASH. NAM. FRIEDMAN, Auctioneer. Eureka, March 20, 18*0. mr30 td PUBLIC SALE! -OF Household & Kitchen FURNITURE -OF Mrs. Charles Knight ! WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ! Saturday, April I Oth, AND CONSISTS OF A URGE AMOUNT OF ELEGANT PARLOR, BED-ROOM & KITCHEN FURNITURE. ALSO— Two COTTAGE HOUSES, new and in good Condition. ALSO— A food, open, DOUBLE-BUGGY, with Harness. 'THE PROPERTY MUST BE SOLD. AS THE 1 party own lug it intends leaving Eureka. J. B. KEEN, Auctioneer. Eureka, March 31, l«HO. iur25 td Important Aiomeiit! A NEW BUSINESS ! -AND A— NEW STAND ! The ujjbeubioned hi:qh leave to Inform the huroka public that he la pre pared to manufacture the Auiat LOUNGES, TURKISH CHAIRS ANO PARLOR SETS To Order ou Short Notice. ALL KINDS OF UPHOLSTERY! • A Specialty. CARPET LAYING and REPAIRING promptly and sat isfactorily attended to. IT'Pricea lower thuu ever before known in Eureka. Place of bualiieas—Juat above th» Turner Houae. A. OLIVER. Eureka, March 30. 18H0, lurttltf STliMD FROM ODER! You High-Priced Institutions I LOOK AT MY PRICES, And beat them If You can I l*ry, Grnitulnt.'il Mii*nr, by the bnr rcl. IT runt* pur pout, ill S 1-1 pound* fur 91.00. White Collce Kiifcnr, by the barrel, 15 1.11 cent, per IHiuuil l 6 pound* lor 81.00. * LL OLOSK BUYERS, AND PERSONS WHO XY pay thi'lr bills prtmipt—to aurh, I will well them GrortTit-a and l'rovlslnu, in qusutl lies to suit, s:ut deliver them free of ebsrue. for lees money then any other House lu town. H. R. KEMP, South .Huiii iirvcl. Eureka, March via, 1830. mr‘24 tf 2p JIM IDIE-A-lSr, AUCTIONEER! Jack Perry’s Corner. Eureka, March 11. 1880. mrl tf WOTIOE. 'VTOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL l' those interested iu the mining claims of Autelope District, Eureka county, Nevada, to be present at the Roma mine ou the 10th day of April, 1880, at 2 o’clock v. M.. as a special meet lug will be held among the miners of said DU. trict. J. W. BTRANDBERO, Recorder. Pine Station, Eureka Co., Nev. mr30 2w M OTICE. WE HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED A. E. Sh.uuon ageut to collect rents and take charge of our property lu Eureka during our absence. MRS. T. J. TAYLoR, THUS. J. TAYLOR luraka, March 20,1880. mr2l lm Fresh Limes I 2 AAA DOZEN FRESH LIMES, TOST ,vUU mcivsd and for „1, by CHARLES H. F1SKX. Eureka. Much 16,1-80. mrl7 tl Accepts the Test. IN RF.FKUKNCE TO THE GAUD HEADED *• Tmt .»f Workmanship,” iu yesterday morning's 8kntiVRL. this la to aiguify my ac ceptance of the proportion, so fur as it relates to fln# Jewelry work, diamond or atona setting. P. 8TRLER. Bwiwka, Marth !•» IMfc writ AMUSEMENTS. EUREKA HALL! FRIDAY EfEYIN'G, APRIL I, 1880. Entire mop of Bill! O-REA-T SUCCESS -OF THE CART. JACK Dramatic JCombinat’n BENEFIT CAPTAIN JACK CRAWFORD W.IO WILL APPEAR AS "WILLIAM,” IN Black-eyed Susan! Miss Constance Mureiile»• MR. AND MRS. HARRY LORRAINE Have kindly volunteered, and will appear In their Original Sketch, entitled : •Courage, Jerry! SONGS. DANCES AND RECITATION. Also, the Laughable Farce : THE BIBBS! iIrs.B**nJ. Bibb?-Miss Constance Mureille Air. Darnaby Bibbs .Russell Bassett Trusting th.it our friends will gather t<> greet up, we promise to do all iu our power to please them. MATINEE! SA TV It DA T, AT » O’CLOCK P. M. SATURDAY EVENING Will be presented, for the firpttime in Eureka, Mrs. Stowe's Celebrated Play, l iicle Tom's Cabin. Secure your i-eats at Molinelll & Co.’s office. Prices ss usual. Eureka, March 31,1H80. aprl tf Grand Invitation DOMINO & FiNCV DRESS BALL! —AT— EUREKA HALL I —OX— MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1880. foiniiiittce of Arrangements!: Hon Thomas Wren Mark Johnson K Sadler Joe Mendes lou Committee: 0 Dunkel Samuel Kaphel Wm Partly Geo W Baker W P Haskell Joseph Tognlnl Floor Henngeni Mark Johnson W O Mtlla, Jr M D Foil y Chaa H Flak Floor Directori Hon Thomas Wren Tleketc (admitting lady k gentleman) 13.00 Npeetnlor*. 1.00 tT'MUSIC BY FRANK REIGELNUTH'S BAND'W 9SF*None allowed on the floor without inaaks, until 12 o’clock. £ureka, March 23, 1880. mr24 td GRAND BALL! -AT MINERAL STATION, -ON Tuesday Evening, April 6,1880. TininiirS **•* oorpLE. (TO mineral lluiYEjlO, Station and return), 93.00* which may be obtained at the office of Moli nelil A Co. PERSONS INTENDING TO GO TO THE ball, ahould procure their tickets the day previous, ko that arrangements can be made with the Railroad Company, for the requisite number of cara. MAT McFALL, Mineral Station, March 22,1980. tnr23 td ATTENTION ! | WISH TO ISrOBH THE PC* -*• He that I wri lh« flnt In Eu reka tu REDUCE PRICES Groceries aMProfisioos! MY EXPENSES ARE LIGHT, AND I PltO poae lo give the benefit of thin to my cuatoimr*—from whom, 1 am proud to state, I have made hundred* iu a short time, and propoee to tu^ke more. B. ALEXANDER, South Main street, next door to the Dollar Store Eureka. March JO, 1880. mr’Jl tf RANCH FOR SALE! 160 An of Good float Laid. The prort'RTY is all well ff.xced. and haa a good dwelliug house and well, slid many other improvement*. The rauch la alt uated in Solano county. Cali fornia, on the liue of the California Pacific Railroad. It ia well located ♦or a market, and ta one of the healthiest places in the State. TITLE PERFECT. For particulars, apply in person or by letter to L. N. DAVIDSON, At the White House Clothing Store. Eureka, March *J3. 1880. mrtt lm JUST REOEIVEDl At Xn. Poplin’s, EASTERN SAUSAGE—BY TUB POUND, PIGS' PEST, RUSSIAN SARDINES, SAUaR KRAUT, FRESH SALMON and MACKEREL. CHEAP FOR CASH-NEXT DOOR TO CHAR LIT Goll'a Butcher Shop. al tf JX7SX RECEIVED 1 ^ LARGE CONSIGNMENT 0» FINE Franck Brandy, and Sherry and Part Wlaea. Ain', a general aaaortment of Olaaawarc and Bar Fixture- M B. BARTI ETT. Eureka. March H. l*-u uirM T EUAL HLAHRS, OP ALL BE printed te ordag at tha BEE __DBY QOOD8 AND CLOTHING. FARMER & LESSER, PROPRIETORS OF THE IsTEW TTOIE^IEC STORE, a 9 ARE IN RECEIPT OP THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps, UDIES- MD GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MILLINERY MD 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 Dcpnrtuieut. ■GPCOUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED Eoi»>«, October », 1879. FARMER A LESSER. - ____ _ ocKLtf __groceries and provisions. R. SADLER & CO. North Main Street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. —it JBA LZ'JtS ix— GENERAL MERCHANDISE! GROCERIES, and PROVISIONS ! CLOTHING ! BOOTS and SHOES. --- HARDWARE and TINWARE I --- -A. FULL Xj I KT B or u« LATEST STYLES of WALL PAPER i _._ AOENT8 FOR FOREIGN and HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES! - I -Also, Areata tar fhe CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, -and HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I NTSoode delivered to all parte of Iowa, free of charre. ..- SADLER & CO.„ IMTEBNATIONAL HOTEL. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL Eureka, Nevada. -THIS NEW, THREE-STORY BRICK STRUCTURE Has just been Re-opened ! The Furniture is all New, and Elegant I Best Accommodations of any Hotel in Eastern Nevada. SUL THE BUSSES STOP »T THIS HOUSE* Thar# la a BUT A C HIT, UUU BHOF bibmI FATBITS BHUin la Hr BatatUaliBBaaBi la Uct. mrylklai --■)). tmmm* la J*_«—»_ Hotel. ' " * --- TBAXITOl FO* THE PATROHAOE 80 GENEROUSLY BESTOWED CKT MB HI TEE peal, I hopr■ by atrtit ittmtitju to baaiacaa, to nitrlt a e** of Aba aaae, _ Q» H, HALL, - Proprietor^