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pMPAT, tits : : APRIL 9. 18*0 CaiXEME CHEAP LAMB. Piegdent Angell, of the Michigan Uni versity, baa carried his point He in apon making bis own terms. When "in intsrr Ewarts asked him to act as the President of the Commission which is to negotiate the new treaty between China sml the United States, be declined with thanks, because he thought that the au thority attached to the position was not great enough to permit him to do the un i—rj work with satisfaction to him self snd benefit to the country. Then Mr. Ewarts proposed to endow him with the full power of an Envoy Extraordi nary. This was better, but Mr. Angell was not yet satisfied. It is the business of an Envoy to be guided in all his official work by the opinions and policy of the Administration from which he has re ceived his appointment. He is told be fore he enters upon his mission how far he can go, and he is expected to make the best bargain he can for his government, without regard to the interests of the other side. Tbe gentleman from Michi gan would not consent to be that kind of an Envoy. He told Mr. Evarts plainly that he would not go upon the errand to which he had been invited unless be was left free to follow his own judgment, without being in any way hampered by official exigencies or preconcerted preju dices. Even this demand has now been granted, and Mr. Angell will enter upon his difficult and important mission en tirely unembarrassed by conditions and limitations. jno one couki ue lor more man mis, and that so much should have been grant ed is a striking proof of the confidence placed by tbe Government in the new Envoy's capacity and worth. Mr. Angell has a high reputation for intellectual abil ity and judicial acumen. He has now an opportunity such as is given to few men of making himself a name and doing the country a service. If he is able to solve the Chinese problem, and to lay a stable foundation for a treaty between this na tion and the Celestial Empire, by which the interests of both people shall be pro tected and international friendship be maintained, be will do tbe public a ser vice the importance of which can hardly be over-estimated. There can be ue ques tion that our relations with China need to be readjusted. The wild, unreasoning violence of such demagogues as Kearney has alienated from tbe working classes of the Pacific slope a sympathy which they can justly claim. At the bottom of their augry ravings there is a genuine griev ance. The question of Chinese cheap labor is much more serious and pressing than the people in the East are able to realise or disposed to admit. It is easy enough to say that the Chi naman has an inalienable right to sell id* labor at his own price, and to reason that we cannot, without stultifying onr insti tutions and betraying tbe principles upon which this Republic is established, bar tbe door against his entrance or expel him when once admitted. Neither we can, but it is not always possible to make practice square with theory. Self-preser vation is the first law of nature. Ours is a Caucasian civilization, and it must be maintained as such, even if we should be obliged to impose a protective tariff against an alien race. We decline to place ourselves in unguarded competition with the pauper-paid labor of Europe, and if it becomes necessary in self-de fense to exclude the labor itself, we could do so by an extension of tbe same prin ciple. It will be Mr. Angell's business to collect the facts and reason the subject from all sides, and as great privileges havs been given him, great results will be expected from him. A HEW HAHPIHIBE DEMOCRAT OH TUBES. The Xew Hampshire Patriot prints the letter of an eminent Democrat of that State, who is zealous in support of Mr. Tilden, to this effect: “The assertion that those desiring the renomination of Tilden will create diasention in the Dem ocratic ranks, if successful in their efforts, comas with very ill grace from a captious minority who are laboring to create that very division which they seem to be so fearful that others will bring about, by shamefully villifying not only Mr. Til den, but also many of his supporters. This assertion is the more surprising, di rected as it is against what is evidently a large majority of the party, who are only asking that simple justice be done, end who ere observing a fairness and modem tics towards their candidates in the party that never was exceeded, if I equaled, in a previous campaign. Samuel J. Tilden, in spite of the opposition of hia own party, has twice triumphantly carried hia own State, and though some have endeavored to magnify that same old mole-hill of opposition into a mighty mountain, yet every one, whose vision is unobstructed by prejudice or persons! considerations, can see the little mole hill in its proper dimensions. To argue that Tilden cannot carry his own State, is to pro-euppose the people of that State to be entirely destitute of that God like attribute of true justice that ever incites os to oombat wrong in whatever garb it presents itself. It is a reflection on the minimum and intelligence of the people of New York that they will spurn with contempt- Not only has Mr. Tilden done nothing that should loss him the confi dence of Deaoorats, but, on theoontrary, hia oourro has bean such as ought to win to hia support all peace-loving and reflect ing Republicans; and, if there is any honesty iu their protestations, no other course is left for them. ■in -WWW.. Ex-Got. Hendricks says that in ob jecting to a second place on the Presi dential ticket he did not mean, as has been charged, that he would not be with Tildeu, but that he would not be with any one; that he has no more objection to being with Tilden than any one else ; that he does not like the place. EASTERN NEWS. THE EXODUS INVESTIGATION. A !• lavMtignt^ Ike Al leged Willttaker Ontrace-Thr Barlla^ame Treaty— Mr. Wlllla After *ee retary Evarts. ; By Telegraph to the Sentinel.] April 8.—Before the Exo dus Investigating Committee, yesterday, Andrew Carrier. Mayor of Shreveport, La., testified that the relations between the races are, with fe*r exceptions, most friendly, and the exodus from that section not over one per cent. Toting is unre stricted to the blacks, who hive all their political rights. Once in 1868 the whites tried to get the colored men to vote, be cause the blacks had agreed to remain away from the polls and let suspicion of intimidation be around. He declared that the poor school facilities were due to the Republican* authorities haring stolen the school funds while in power in the State. Things were better now. and are growing better. Adjourned. The Adjutant General has the following dispatch from General Schofield : All the cadets disclaim any knowledge whatever of the attack on Cadet Whittaker. A thorough examination has shown that he received no Injuries except slight cats, j from which he Med somewhat freely. A court of inquiry will be appointed to ascer tain the whole truth. The House Military Committee to-day appointed Sparks. Johnson and Brown a committee to investigate the alleged West Point outrage. Representative Wiilis Dem.}. of Ken tucky, on la-t Friday wrote to Secretary Evarts that he intended to offer a resolu tion in the House calling attention to the fact that Mr. Haves had made no response to the resolution of February 2otb, by which he was requested to furnish informa tion, if not incompatible with the public interests, as to what progress had been made in the matter of negotiation with China for a modification of the Burlingame treaty. Secretary Evarts. instead of reply ing to this letter in the usual manner, called upon Mr. Willis personally, and re quested him to withhold his rte fution for a few days, and stated that the matter would be attended to. Willis accordingly waited till yesterday, and then again wrote to Secretary Evarts. stating that he would be obliged, by his sense of public duty, to offer the resolution without further delay, unices positively assured that the House inquiry of February 2.'>ih would be replied to very soon. TL;.- last communication to-day elicited from Mr. Evarts an un official letter to Mr. Willis, saying that an answer is being prepared, and will be sent to the House of Representatives without delay. Mr. Willi, being still dissatisfied with the vaguemss of the phrase "without delay," then inquired what limit of time it was intended to indicate, and Mr. Evarts finally promised that the answer, which will be in the form of a message from Mr. Hayes, shall be sent in dnriDg the present week. me Meitner Syria iu a Disabled Condition—Agnes itobinsons I»i loree Case. New Yoke,, April' 8.—The steamer Gil bert, Captain Kuhleveim. from Hamburg, reporta speaking the steamer Syria. Capt. Johnson, from New Orleans for Liverpool, with rudder gone, stern-post and main dis charge pipe broken and the ship ungov ernable. He took her ic tow, but she rolled and parted both Reel and eleven inch hawsers. A portion of the er<.»- then came aboard the Gilbert, and were followed by Capt. Johnson, who asked them to re turn and try to save the ship. They re futed, and when the Captain asked for part of the Gilbert's crew, they said if any men were given they would not work the Gil bert. Capt. Kuhleveim then sent his first officer and engineer on board the Syria to make an examination, and they reported that the vessel could notflokt much longer. The men still refused to return, and the Syria was abandoned. The cargo consisted of 5,600 bales of cotton and 2,000 tons of oil cake. Boncicault’s answer to Agnes Robinson’s divorce bill declares that no marriage cer emony was ever performed ; that he sev eral times offered to marry her, to legiti matize their children ; that he has given her $40,000 at various times ; that her as sociates have been so bad that the police of New York classed his residence as a suspi cious resort; that his daughter was pre materely married at the demand of her fiance, Mr. Clayton, that she leave her mother or marry him immediately, and finally, that Agnes Robinson is about to make a theatrical tour, and uses the Conrts for advertising purposes. Hart and Dobler resumed their extraor dinary tramp abont 2 o’clock this morning. At 8 am. the score stood: Dobler, 341 miles ; Hart, 336 ; Pegram. 325; Howard, 311; Allen, 305; Merritt, 294; Krohne, 291; Williams, 282; Hsnamaker, 236; Joybee, 130. At noon to-day the score stood as follows : Dobler, 356; Hart, 356; Pegram, 339; Howard 326; Allen, 322; Merritt, 294; Williams, 299; Krohne, 308; Hana maker, 275; Joybee, 133. The latter has retired. Pegram is being backed for the first place. Manta for Throat-Catting. Clevelasd, O., April 8.—The body of Albert Sehen, city editor of the Anzeiger, was found in the lake last night, four miles from the city. He had waded in and then cut his throat. He was an edu cated man, bat was dissolute, and had been discharged. George Savage, a well known shoe dealer, who was crazy with reverses, nearly sev ered his head from his body with a shoe knife last night. He was found deed in bed. CMet Whittaker Indignant. PoroHirEEPuE, April 8.—Cadet Whitta ker is very indignant at the suspicion that he mutilated himself, and asks for a court of inquiry, which will convene on Friday. The affair grows more perplexing. Substitute far the Mew Mining Bill. Wssniwros, April 8:—The Hons* Min ing Committee to-day reported a substi tute for that portion of the Pnblic Land Commission’s hill which relate* to mineral lands. The principal changes made by the Committee are as follows: The new bill al lows locators to bold their claims for one year before discovering mineral deposits, and gives them three yesrs to apply for patents. Mo person will be allowed to take np a second claim until he shall either have struck minerals in his first location, or else has abandoned it. The effect of this proviso is to prevent the wholesale absorp tion of mineral lands. The bill provides that contest* as to priority of location, etc., shall be settled by the Courts, as at present. The Honse Committee fix the price of mineral land at $2 50 per acre, instead of $5 now charged, and they fill blanks concerning the ares locatable by any one person or association, by making the maximum a square of 960 feet, or its equivalent In any rectangular shape, pro vided that neither dimension shall exceed 1,500 feet. The Committee has not yet taken final action upon this HU1, and their obieot in reporting it to-day is to hare it printed so that copies may be mailed to all mining Stats* ana Territories, and elicit detailed comments, suggestions and a gen eral expresaion of opinion from all persons interested. The Committee will take no further action in regard to the subject till they shall thus hava given Western people s full opportunity to examine and discuss the whole measure. The Silver State haa commenced its sixteenth volume. Though small, it is one of the moat readable journals on our exchange list. Ales, it is fear less, and sound on all questions touching the welfare of the people. The Sentinel wishes its Humboldt contemporary the fullest measure of success. THE PACIFIC COAST. THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION AT ALBANY. - - Kearney’* Cane In Conrl-leftln* •r the Board of Trade— The Ente Charter Election. -♦ I By Telegraph to the Sentinel.] Pobti*jlni>. April 8.—The Democratic State Convention convened at Albany. The Committees' reports on permanent organ ization and order of business were adopted. The temporary officers of the Convention were made j»crmanent officers. Several District nominations were ratified, and the additional nomination of D. W. Hamilton, for Prosecuting Attorney for the Second District was made. The Committee on Platform submitted a report which was discussed at *< me length, and finally adopted. The platform reasserted the p.in ciples of popular liberty and the rights laid down by Washington and Jefferson, and declares’that the tendencies of the Repub lican party o centralization and consolida tion is contrary to the principles of our in stitutions. and in>ists on unity, fraternity and concord, and that the issues formed by the war shall not be revived : demands honest elections and an honest count of the votes; declare that never again shall the popular wifi of the people be set aside by unscrupulous partisan*; declares unquali fiedly against anyone holding the office of President of the United States for three terms; favors honesty, efficiency and econ omy in every department of the Govern ment. State and Federal; that property should bear its just proportion of taxation; favors equal protection ; rights of labor under ju-t laws, thereby lessening the bur den* and increik-ing the advantages of the working classes; favors the mainttuar.ee of the public schools ; demands free and fair elections, and to that end denounces all in terference with elec*4oB® by niilitarvpower; that the experience of this* and other coun tries has abundantly proved that the pres ence of troops at the polls is destructive of the freedom of elections, and is incompati ble with the existence of free institutions ; condemns the efforts of the Republicans to keep open and alive the war feeling between the North and South; is in favor of a continued lawful agitation on the sub ject of M mgolian emigration to this country, until the Federal Government is moved to modify its treaties with the Chi nese Empire so as to prohibit it, and thus save those of our fellow citizens who de pend upon labor for support from unjust and degrading competition; condemns and denounces in the severest t<rms the veto of K. B. Hayes of the bill limiting Chinese immigration to this country, and this ex perience show* that the people have no hope for relief from the scourge except from a Democratic President; regards with alarm the recent decision of the Supreme Coart of the United States, as having been 1 made in the interest of the Republican \ party, and intended to blot out the last vestige of State rights, to centralize and consolidate the Federal Union and change it to an empire; adheres to the Constitu tion with amendments, but insists on the interpretation of the same in consonance with the spirit of the original instrument; pledges its earnest endeavor to uphold a system of an trammeled suffrage, absolutely free from Federal force or supervision; is opposed to any and all protective tariff, and in favor of a tariff for revenue only, and pledge* the Democratic party to abolish all restrictions upon commerce’as soon as San Francisco, April 3.—When Kear ney’s case was called this afternoon before Judge Fretlon, Clitus Barbour, Kearuev’s attorney, read an affidavit that the tran script from the Police Court was not a copy of the proceedings. After argument, the Judge said the affidavit was not suffi cient, and continued the ease until Satur day, to enable a correct transcript to be obtained. At a meeting of the Board of Trade, this afternoon, the committee recently ap pointed to examine into the inter-oceanic canais. presented a report indorsing and recommending the Xicarauga route sur veyed by the Xavy in 1373. Some doubt hangs over the legality of the recent charter election of the Free holders, owing to the fact that the Su preme Court iu the injunction case against the Election Commissioner was based merely on technicality, and that the pro ceedings in the injunction were defective. To assure themselves on the point, before they go to work on the charter, the Free holders elect will take steps to test the question, and to facilitate the getting of the case before the courts. The Finanee Committee of the Board of Supervisors have instructed the Treasurer not to pay any demands growing out of the originsl call for the election issued by the Election Commissioners. This morning Edgar P. Horn shot his wife in the breast, at her residence on Market street, and fired a bullet into his own head behind the right ear. He may recover. He is conscious, but refuses to state why be committed the deed. Thev had been separated for some time. Sacramento. April 8—Mr. Pardee of fered an amendment to the Senate Debris bill requiring the act to be submitted to a vote of the people before it went into oper ation. Bejected-ayes, 15; navs, 21. The third reading of the bill was ordered. Ayes, 23; nays, 16. OVER THE WATER. BISMARCK TO WITHDRAW HIS RESIGNATION. He la Very III-Voting by Proxy la to be HodlUed—HaerlOre or High Officiate The VlngofBnrniab Head—Knxalan Troops to Ho to the Front. f By Telegraph to the Sentinel.l Beblix, April 8.—Biatnarck ia so ill that he has not slept for several nights, anil walks or standi with difficulty. His family urge rest and qsiut on all hands. It is not for a moment doubted that Bis marck will succeed in carrying his point, and at the interview to which he was sum moned by the Emperor, he doubtless heard enough to induce him to withdraw his resignation. The rules applying to voting by proxy in the Bundesrath may be modified, though there seems to be no indication of otherwise changing the Constitution. In view of the determined attitude of Bismarck, the Bundesrath will probably recall or correct its vote, while it is said that the wrath of Bismarck will not be wholly appeased without the sacrifice of certain high officials. The Emperor last evening had s long conference with the Crown Price, at which it was determined that Bismarck should remain in office. i,oXDos, April 8.—A liangoon dispatch says that several Chinese firms there have received intelligence that Thebaw, King of Barmah, has died of smallpox at Manda lay. Their agents advise them to keep back their goods, as there are fears of civil war in Barmah. 8t. PrrxasBuno, April 8.—The Russian troops in South Siberia hare been ordered to march to the Chinese frontier. Lowdox, April 8.—The additional gains of the Home Balers are 40 members, and among them is Charles Stewart Parnell, elected from Cork city over Nicolas It. Murnhv, Liberal. Parnell only recently concluded to make a contest for election, declaring that the present aspect of elec tions rendered it necessary to have an Irish party in Parliament strong enough to force concessions from the Whig Government. Pabis, April 8.—The Pays expresses the opinion that Prince Jerome Napoleon, in writing the letter jast pablished, commit ted an irreparable mistake. It exclaims : “If that is the Empire offered us we reject it with scorn.” BOBS. Virginia City. April 1— Ttife of A.J.Rcvt, a daughter Austin, April 2—Wife of James Brennan, a daughter. Eureka, April S—By Rev. Mr. Ricker. Mr. Jaioes Laeeloe to Miss Mary Sampson. Austin. April 2—H. Mayenbanm to Miss Alice V. McIntyre. DIED. Elko county. March 30—Richard Chamberlain, aged 47 years. SPECIAL NOTICES. imvro* brown bread At Fi«*ke*» Bakery, Every Sunday morning. fl3.tr CHAS H. FI3RE. REMOVAL. THOMAS MURPHY has removed his Boot shoj> three d vrs south of the new brick build logon Main street, where he is prepared to make the best French Calf B^ots to order, from $12 to $16. Repairing neatly done. A large as sortment of Boots of my own manufacture, at reduced prices. Very Queer! That Joe, of the GOLDEN RULE, lias one of the smallest stores, yet is selling white shirts, neckties, glove* and other things, cheaper than any other house in Eureka. It is n Fact! That Joe, uf the GOLDEN RULE STORE, Las a splendid assortment of all wool cardigan jackets, cheaper than anyone else will think of selling them. Very Fanny! That Joe, of the GOLDEN RULE STORE, has not sold out y t, but he is selling goods cheap er than any other house in Eureka. A Soft Thing: Silk handkerchiefs and neck-scarf*, at the GOLDEN RULE STORE. Jnat Received! A very prime article of EASTERN SAUSAGE, at CHAS. FIBRE’S Restaurant. al tf Smoke! Fire!! Sound the alarm ! Joe, of the GOLDEN BULK STOKE. celling c igar* at 4 for 25 cents, that cannot be bought for less than twice the money in any other store in Eureka. Awfnlly Strange! That Joe, of the GOLDEN RULE STORE, ha* the largest, best and cheapest assortment of suspenders in Eureka. Bnt Xot to be Donbfetl! That Joe. of the GOLDEN RULE STORE, will continue to sell his stock of boots and shoes at cost, until all are s^Jd. Very ('nftiug! Those pocket knives and raz ors, at the GOLDEN RULE STORE. NEW TO-DAY. EUREKA HALL ! —ON— SATURDAY EYENING, APRIL 10, b'O. COMPLIMENTABY BENEFIT Tendered by the citizen* of Eureka to MISS EDITH W000TH0RPE ! And Messrs. RUSSELL BASSETT. KINS HEDLEY. C. L, BARTON, A. F. BAILEY. C. L, TIBBITTS, lruo WILL BE PRESENTED. FOP. THE f ▼ first time in this city. Tom Tsylor'a cele brated Drama, in Five Acts : Ticket-of-Leave Man last Strcnst lirurd by Voluukrri of Loral Favorites. •^•TICKETS TO it HAD Of ALL THE ■EKBESS'Vh Reserved seats at Molinelli k Co.'s office. Eureka. April 8,1380. a9 td j COMER (HOP - ST1ND, In the rear of the oW Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO A BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. The finest the market affords always served to customer*. Fowl, Wild Game, X'lsh. Oysters, Etc., Etc., Prepared in the most tempting style. Meals at all Hours of the Day or \igtat* Private Rooms for Diuner Parties. For every delicacy of the season, go to the CORNER CHOP-STAND. Eureka. April 7. 1880. s8 tf STAND FROM UNDER! You High-Priced Institutions! LOOK AT MY PRICES, And beat them if You can! Ary, Granulated Sugar, by the bar rel, 1? cents per pound; 9 1*2 pounds for 91.00. White t offee Sugar, by the barrel, 15 1-3 cents per pound ; • pounds for 91.00. All close buyers, and persons who pay their bills prompt -to such. I will sell them Groceries and Provisions in quanti ties to suit, and deliver them free of charge, for less money than any other House in town. H. R. KEMP, South Bain .(reel. Eureka, March 33.1880. mr34 U 3p THE CHOICEST 8TOCK of LIQUORS In Town : Old Kentucky Bine Onua. Old Kentucky Bourbon. Old Keuincky Bye, and Old Vlrglula Kerer-Tlre, Old Louden Dork Brandy, Fine French Sherry, Old Pori Wine, Evtraa Holland Gin, Old Jemnlen Bum, A HD ALL KIHDB OF CAM LIQUORS FOR aale, by tha bottla or gallon, at KEMP’B South Main street, Eureka. al tf*2p NOTICE. The eureka consolidated mining Company will receive bids for the deliv ery of Seventy-five thousand (76,000) bushels of Charcoal, or any part thereof, per month. Bids will not be received after April 46, 1880. Delivery of Coal to commence May 1. 1880. For further particulars inquire at the Office of the Oompauy. Eureka. Nev.. April 7.1880. aprS-td T O II FRIMTIHO, Or ALL OR O scripUous, executed with aeatneas and deapatoh at th bram Offiee, DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. FARMER & LESSER, PROPRIETORS OF THE 2STEW YORK STORE, ABE IS RECEIPT OF THE MOST COMPLETE ASSOBTMEST OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps, LADIES' AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, TO BE FOUND IN NEVADA. — — » +— — Ladies’, Misses ana Children's Cloaks, in Great Variety. Gents’, Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing and Boots, at Cost. Price* Re<lnee«i In Every Department. *7“C0rXTRY ORDERS SOLICITED v A FARMER & LESSER. Eureka. October 9, 1879. ocKMf CLOTHING AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS. SAN FRANCISCO CLOTHING STORE! H. KAY8ER, -it KA i. Kit /.V Gents', Youths* and Boys’ Clothing! FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES. TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC, ETC. --.—■ 1BF.G LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE COMPLETELY RECOVERED from mjr !•■** by the late fire, and will, as heretofore, keep t . to,ice a**< rtment of the above enuxu*rated 1*. A share of the public pair*.mage Is solicited. H. KAYSER, Eur. k*. April S, IMO. »prfi If Soath Main BtrMt. nut to Jo. M.inlr,'. ALF HARRIS, -DEALER IN Gents’ Famishing Goods, Hat*, Cap*. Shirt*, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunk*. Vali*e«, Etc. GENTS’ NECK -WEAR A. SPECIALTY FINEST JHB MOST ( S STOCK IN ECREKI. Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Two dooro north of Jaek Perrv's Saloon. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, M. B. BARTLETT DEALER IN THE TINEST BRANDS OT WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS A I<X O T>J-1JlTX:T2<T& GJ^TtlDS. He has on Hand a Complete Assortment of (Jlassware. tt Baying all hi* Good* is the Ewt he can and will compete with Ban Francisco Price*. Eureka, April 5, 1W?0. aprd-tf DRY AND FANCY GOODS. CREDITOR’S SALE O F1 DRY GOODS! Carpets, Shoes, K Trunks an Valises. The creditors of elias bbos., of eureka, have agreed not to ship the j Goods below, but will Sell them here, end glYe the Public the benefit of bujlng Goods j Cheep, end thus Sere Freight of Shipping them below. S-AZLIE 002^E2^E3ISr0ES THIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6tb, And Will Continue for Two Weeks. W UuotU Will be fto!<l Only tor «'e.h. tl BY ORDER. OF SAN FRANCISCO CREDITORS. lank., X.vttU, Much 1,1N0. ark-If _JEWELBY, watches, Btp ED. WILHELH, CHRONOMETER WITCH AND CLfC( maker. Jeweler and Optician, K-p. *—- b-JlMJrtl ** WATCHES CLOCKS! 44 jewelry*! —AND OPTICAL GOODS! —AJID— nI 1«» I'rlran anal alrletlv .in maka. ft,"?"* labliahiaa-nl Ikaln.. ale (aaiUaarr .f l.aarrka. twenty yeirs7 experience. Twen'F F“"' eaperlenee in u* chronometer, watch and chckmakin. L.!? liahmenu jf I»M,len, Paria. London 8W?^ Yokohama and Han Franciaeo, a machinery nec.aa.ry for th* mm,iActnrT.^ repair of .1! kind, of tlme.ke.»,D,^Jf? menta, combined with the fact that I any money if I ever ahonld fail t, rir. ^Jf!; .ati.faction, will be a fair ruarante, that^H but flrat-clasa work will leare my hatda „ , _ , EDtr WILHELM Eureka. February 10.11*0. fJJJ TOWN TIMET WELLS, FARGO & (0/5 OFFICE Will, llrre«fter, Open m HALF* PAST EIGHT o'clock, A. mm4 t love at EIGHT o'clock, p. —BY— Ed. Wilhelm’s Time. Eureka and Palitade Eailr ,ad Time will alao be kept In the Office. Eureka, Nevada, March ».1»0. mrlO-tf COME OXE! COME ILL!! ^ND SEE MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTIC A IMPORTED CIGARS, All kind* of TOBACCOS ; Pipe*, from thr com moROt Clay to the rrrj finest Meerscbsois; Cigar and Cigarette Holder*, and in fact • fall line of Nmokm' Article*. Alao. STATIONERY, Blank. Pa*, and Tin* Books. A fall assortment of the very best Pocket Knives, Album*. Music Box**, Guitars, Ac eordion*. and a great number of other good* adapted for | PRESENTS, Too numerous to mention, which I offer to PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST! Com* and see, and X will convince you of th* facts above stated. I bsvs a nice SAMPLE ROOM In the rear, when you can *et the cholraal kind, of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J. H. MICHEL. Baraka Decamber It. 1ST*. dl B REINHART. 1 P- EDOET REINHART l CO. Dealer* In Whole and Groand s BABLET, ELOra, WHEAT, BHAH AH6 Barley Ground to Ordar. agents ro* the 8HUTLEB WAOON AGENT* fOI now*, NONE**, BEATEN*. And ill kinds of AGRICULTDRALJMPIIMENTS. All Goods delivered to sny psrl #1 towi <"• of charge. OmCE-Nsrtk Vsln Street, nsst door to the Iron Hill, Enrsks, Nee.__ ROBY HILL WATER WORK. Capacity af Tsaks, 4GG.GG0 Balloas. ALL NOW FULL. Water will beFCRNisiirantWj Htu, In sny desired sossons of the yesr. st s lower then csn be furnished from * aource. Water delived twice daily Ilckat* S *' ““ °n°L T, W. EEARBoil^BnPeelnUndent- _ notice. T HAVE THI8 DAV APPOINTED pABRIK. I MOKOANTINI, of tne town of Nersds, my ecrut to collect ill tall |n coming to me, on all property J j jj*. the town snd county of KoreU. Stste of vsds ; snd I hereby notify *^* *““,. nanon lnK eeld property, th.t he l.th.only P***0” suthoriieJ to recelve^drents^^ Enreka, Navada, April 1,a2 » NOTION 'V'0TICE « HK»PT^pgW.yg1^3; jLI those Interested la > **• “l*vv7vids. to Antelope District. Eureks cou®*y’ of saa g « "tfafiS: w'*"1 * Tw-SSifttP |u». «^S5 Pin# Station, Eureka Co., K«T. mt _ NOTICE TO TRAVELERS. oclt.il W' "• ‘"eu# P^P*»t°,* _ NOTICB. A IX THOSE »*®E>T,£!tT2r*J^SntO® A ar# r#«ju#*t#d to ajttl*i?*1 ki« will r* mediately. and #*v# c°#t».8*“' gttnd, n#x* *« c#ipt for all account# at tli# White Pine Bsnk. mr6»tf Eureks, Her., Msrch 5,l880-___ NOTI^B' A LL PERSONS INOWINO A lnd«bt#d to A. *. JilJJrti and »»• P»T ed to nuke immediste P*?®1*,. wpbELL. ing costs, }• w* CAM uu 8tf Eureks. Jsuusrjr 1.1800. ——