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(ffureka Oailt} Sentinel.
SATURDAY.APRIL 2. 1881 MAVIXU* BANKS 1ST 8CHOWLN. An interesting paper which has lieen prepared from data by the Bureau of Education in Washington contains some valuable information concerning the chil dren’s savings banks in the public schools of France. The experiment is, it ap pears, a very great success. According to the statistics presented the number of these institutions at the present time is between ten and eleven thousand, the depositors arc more than two hundred thousand, and the deposits between $800,000 and $900,000. These figures are in many respects extraordinary and exceedingly suggestive. In founding the first of these institutions the idea of the originator was that thrift and economy— the chief ends of life in France—should be taught as other things are taught, and that the place to begin was in the home and the school. It was the reduction of theory to practice, ami the results that have been achieved, even in the mere matter of dollars and cents, are not un satisfactory. It may be objected that a scheme of this character has a tendency to bring the young into contact with the coarser and harder features of life that should be postponed to a later period ; that it makes misers of boys who should be concerned only about marbles. While the genius for saving may not belong to the noblest or highest order of intellect, the exact value of money is a lesson that should be taught more frequently and inculcated more strongly than it is at present. This French experiment is not without its value to American parents and educators. Perhaps no children in the world receive more money than onr own, and as a rale the extravagant hab its acquired in youth follow them into the years of manhood and womanhood. The practical question is, may we not in this respect learn something from France ? PEACE IN NOCTH Al'KIC V. As it is officially announced in England that peace has been made with the Boers there is no room to doubt that bare fact ; but we may reasonably doubt whether it has been made on the terms reported in the dispatches. It is said that the Boers are to have independence, “subject to con ditions to be hereafter settled by a royal commission,” and that the Boer Govern ment “shall commence after the com mission shall have made its reports.” That so claer-sighted and resolute a breed of men as the Boers have shown them selves to be should disarm, with no more substantial guarantee than a few British promises, seems scarcely credible. For men who have had lively experience of the nature of English authorities to put their destinies blindly in tho hands of “a royal commission,” and consent to the adjournment of their rights to that misty time in the remote future when a royal commission, yet uncreated, may possibly report, are things that might happen if the Poers had had much the worst of the fighting, but which seems unlikely, as the fighting was just the other way. There are doubtless details in the settle ment that were satisfactory to the Boers, but which, perhaps, it was not thought judicious to make public in London just at this moment. Thu worry and wear to which the President has been subjected by office seekers cannot be appreciated except by those who have seen something of the rush to the White House. A Washing ton dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer says: “Each Congressman has all the way from a dozen to fifty to provide for. Some of them are on the ground sleeping On the soft side of a board and living at the cheese-boxes at the hotel bars. Mean while the worry on the President is beginning to tell. He complains that his appetite is failing him, that his sleep at night is disturbed and his general health is breaking up. Under the advice of his friends he began to-day taking out door exercise oil horseback. At 3 o’clock he incontinently abandoned his office, and with his private secretary for com pany mounted a horse and rode out into the country. He looked jaded and worn. The President sits on a horse well. From the start he went off at a full gallop, looking neither to the right nsr left. After the exercise he has had for more than three weeks With the applicants for office he ought to be in a condition to prepare that message which he promised in his inaugural, making a fixity in the tenure of office. ” The horseback diver sion was a happy thought. But will not mounted Congressmen intercept the Pres ident, if this practice continues 1 ” The printed sermons of the new-sohool Scotch preachers are only less demoraliz ing reading for orthodox American pas tors, in the judgment of the Presbyterian, than the rationalizing discourses of the English Broad Churchmen themselves. The tendency of such reading, the Pres byterian explains, is to rob sermonizing of point and power by taking “the sting of divine truth ” out of it. It is said that General Upton was a somnambulist, and often got np and did things in his sleep. It was in the family, his sistor once rising and going to the window to throw herself out, but was prevented in season. There is little doubt but that he shot himself in a somnambulic fit._ A St. Paul, Minnesota, Republican paper, wants Geo. C. Gorham appointed as Consul to Honolulu, as it learns that the smallpox is prevailing there, and there would be a hope of his taking it and there after ceasing to be g trouble to his party. It is thought that Indiana will profit by the treatment she is receiving at the hands of Garfield and vote the Demo cratic ticket hereafter. From the way Garfield changes his mind on the extra session question, it would seem that he is as uncertain as the old woman’s soap. EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. THE CONTEXT BETWEEN CONKLING AND THE ADMINISTRATION. DEMOCRATIC SENATORS WILL VOTE WITH CONKLING. Bat Are Divided as to the Rest Policy to Pursue THE DEMOCRATS WILL HOLD A CAUCUS. . - Conkling Has More Strength than was Supposed. Pendleton and Conkling Hold a Conference. AN KARI.Y KXECITIVE SESSION LOOKER FOR. [Special to the Sestixkl.I Washington April 1.—3 r. m.—The sta tus between Conkling and the Adminis tration is about as follows : A number of Democratic Senators certainly intend to vote with Conkling, but the Democratic Senators, as a whole* are divided as to the best policy to pursue before the time for action arrives. The .Democrats will hold a caucus on the subject, and unless it shall appear plainly that party policy dictates a solid vote, one way or the other, each Senator will be left to vote as he chooses. Conkling will in all probability get 15 Democratic Senators, who hold that to defeat Robertson is to open war all along the line. Between the Administration, prompted by Blane and the great stalwarts, it is evident that Conkling has more strength to back him in the Senate Cham ber than wus supposed. A rumor prevails this afternoon of a conference between Conkling and Pendleton, looking to an early executive session. Ureal Excitement in New Mexico— Governor Wall act? tall** Out the i Militia. Durango, April 1.—The whole section of country around Rio Arabia, New Mexico, is in a state of nervous excitement and terror. The cause of terror is that Ike Stockton and his gang, who, with his brother (Port), have for years been depre dating through New Mexico and Texas, murdering, stealing, etc. Less tbau a month ago Port Stockton, whose headquar ters were near Farmington, entered a saloon in that town where a number of ranchmen were drinking, and as custom ary, ordered everybody to take a drink under penalty of being shot on refusal. The ranchmen not complying he drew bis revolver, but was immediately shot and killed. Ike Stockton hearing of this, called a gang of six or seven desperadoes and started for Farmington, with the avowed purpose of killing every man who was presellt when Port was killed. Since then they have been murdering ranchmen and cowboys, killing and • stealing stock and defying the authorities. A Viglance Committee was organized, but is power less. The desperadoes being thoroughly acquainted with the country, well mount ed, and having divided into three or four squads in order to evade them. Governor Wallace has called oat the militia, and the country will be scoured until the despera does are run down. A Hi* Flood Expected. Omaha, March 31.—A dispatch was re ceived at the office of the Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul office in this city trom the company office at Sioux City this afternoon, notifying all the ageuts of the company to warn persons living on the low lands along the Missouri river that an im mense Hood was coming down and to move their families, live stock and other mova ble effects to high grouud as soon as possi ble. The river is reported rising. The ice forge broke at Yankton last night. t is still gorged between Sioux City and Vermilion. The water is falling at Fort Sully. The immense rise of over 25 feet at Yankton is of a local character, caused by the ice gorges, and they are now break ing. It is believed here that the accumu lated water there will waste its strength be fore reaching Omaha. . However, every precaution is being taken here. All the Union Pacific rolling stock has been takeu up from the lower yard on the river levee to higher ground. If the flood reaches this city it will sweep over the levee and do a great deal of damage to the railroad shoos, smelting works, lumber yards, etc. The river has been free from ice since last Sun day. It is very high aud rising slowly, hut is within its banks. A strong wind has been blowing all day from the north, aud this afternoon it was freezing and some snow fell. • Speedy Haaiflng of a Murderer. St. Louis, April l.—Ad vices from Du rango, New Mexico, state that Jack Roberts, one of a gang of noted desperadoes, was captured a few days ago by Thos. Vance and John Benning. While they were tak ing him to Farmingtou they were over taken by a band of vigilantes, who paid them the reward they had been offered for Roberts, and then took that worthy and strung him up to a tree. The particular act for which he was hanged was the kill ing of John Qreatere at Durango two weeks ago. Tlie Kureka-Rlebmoiad Cane Taken 1'uder Advisement. Washington, April 1.—The argument in the Eureka Con.-Richmond mining case in the United States Supreme Court, is closed and the case taken under advise ment. It was argued by S. W. Wilson and Thomas Wren for the Richmond Company, and by Harry I. Thornton for the Eureka Company. t’ase of Shooting at Leadvllle. Leapville, April 1.—Last evening Lewis Boyle shot and killed J. S. Ballard, while engaged in a quarrel. The trouble grew out of Ballard marrying Boyle's * sister under suspicious circumstances. It is said that Ballard seduced her and was forced to marry, and that he was intending to desert her. OVER THEJWATER. The I-ibel l aw against Herr Maate, Kill tor of the Freiheit—The Crea tion of a Temporary Council, to Aaaiat the Commauilaut of the City Council—The Measure wits ^re jected by the Lute t sar. [Special to tha SaxTiaaL.l London, April 1.— Poland, in opening the cate against Herr Maete, editor of the Freiheit, the Bocialiat newspaper, for pub lishing a libel against the late Czar, and urging the people to commit murder out aide of Her Majesty’s Dominions, said there waa no wiab to interfere with the freedom of the preaa, and that Maate had a right to publish anything that a British subject might publish. He then read an article in the Freiheit of the IStbof March. Some persons who applauded the passage lauding the murder of the Czar were ejected from the court-room. Poland pointed out that the article contained an incentive t<r murder the Emperor of Ger many. who was described as "TbeCromwell Orapeshot Prince of Prussia,” and added that the act provided that persona inciting to murder were guilty of misdemeanor and liable to penal servitude, of the maximum of ten or the minimum term of three years, or two years imprisonment with hard labor. It would be a scandal to j ax tic* if the act wu not enforced against ; a person connected with the publication j of such an article. In the House of Com* ; mona, Sir Harcourt replying to questions, ! read extracts from the obnoxious article ( i in the Freibeit, and pointed out their re* rolling character. He said that its at tack even included one of the Presidents of the United States. The Government thought it would be a grave error from a domestic as well as externa! point of view to ignore the article. It was a domestic crime and breach of public moralty to in cite to murder. No Government would do its duty if it allowed a free press to be converted into a hot-bed of incitement to assassination. The Government acted of its own accord, and was not instigated bv foreign powers. Notwithstanding the arrest of Maxte, tire Socialists, who diiected the Freibeit, have resolved that the Journal shall reappear. A new office has been selected and new type purchased. Wilhelm Martin, one of the staff ejected from the old premises, has undertaken the publication of the paper. The Times condemns the prosecution of the editor of the Freheit, as it gives an unexpected and undeserved currency to the offensive article. 8t. Petersburg. April 1.—A ukase has !>©en promulgated ordering, with a view to the restoration of complete security in the Capital, the creation of a temporary Coun cil, charged to assist the Commandant of the City Council. It will consist of a member for each of the 228 city districts, and will be elected by the votes of all land lords and independent tenants. It is un derstood that the Council will decide by a majority vote on all measures submitted by the Commandant, and the decision of the majority will be executed on receiving the Emperor’s sanction. The same cata gories of persons who vote shall be eligi ble as candidates.. The Commandant has fixed the time of elections. A fund for carrying out the measure will be provided from the Imperial Treasury. The Agence i Russe says the measure is part of a scheme for the whole Russian Empire, projected by the late Czar. PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. Bailiii? of the Steamer Waiicliiinett, in Search of the Steamer C'ity of Sew York—Smallpox at the Sand wich iHlaiKh-Knjoluiiiv the Col lection of Taxe*t. [Special to the Sentinel ] San Francisco, April 1.—The United States steamer Wauchusett sails this even ing in search of the steamer City of New York. Captain Williams. General Agent of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, has forwarded to the commander of the Wauchusett the logs of Australia vessels, which will enable him to make an accurate search in mid-ocean by indicating their usual course. Late advices from Hawaii say the epi demic of smallpox among the natives still continues. At Honolulu there is little if any among white people. The natives who ; have been taken down with smallpox are sent to the Reef off shore, and little can be learned from the natives themselves. Concerning the ravages of the disease, some deaths have occurred. In the Supreme Court, in the case of Levitt vs. The Tax Collector, to enjoin the collection of taxes for the payment of in terest and Sinking Fund of bonds, issued to pay the cost of widening Dupont street, Judge Edmunds to-day rendered a decision declaring the act of the Legislature author izing the issue of the bonds, unconstitu tional. It is understood that the bonds are mostly held in Germany. An appeal will be taken to the Supreme Court. Disreputable. Bodie, March 31.—About 2 o’clock this morning, as a man named Elijah Ellis was dining with two women of the town in a Virtue avenue bagnio, Chas. Price, better known as Cock pan Charley, entered in a partially intoxicated condition, and com menced a disturbance. Ellis told him to keep quiet, to which he replied, “I believe I’ll take a shot at you for luck.” Suiting the action to the w<-rds, he drew a revolver and shot Ellis iu the groin. The latter sprung from the table at which he was seated, snatched the revolver from Price’s hand, and shot the latter twice, once in the hand and once in the left arm. Price has been arrested. His wounds are not consid ered dangerous. Ellis’ wound is thought to be fatal. All the parties are very low down in the social circle. The new CdHiss engine at the Noonday mill was started up last night with an addi tion of ten stamps to the battery. The mill is now of forty stamp capacity. NEW TO-DAY. I AM HERETOSTAY I DON’T PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT OR GO TO WOOD RIVER. I HAVE OPENED THE RED HOUSE Next door north of Cazeaux’s Butcher shop, WHERE I WILL SELL GOODS TO THE Public of Eureka and vicinity cheaper than they have ever before been offered on the Base Range, as follows : A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF Groceries, Provisions, CANDIES, FRUITS, Cigars and Tobacco, Gents' Furnishing Goods. Best Patent Overalls, per pair $1 00 I also continue bininesM at THEOLDSTAND Next door north of John Torre’s. WITH A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTH ING, GROCERIES, POULTRY. PRO VISI jNH„ i TO., ETC. B. ALEXANDER. jprwprietor Red House. Eureka, April 1, 1881. ay2tf Household Furniture AT PRIVATE SALE. — 'pH* UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO 1 break up housekeeping offer* his House hold Furniture at private sale, whi<b constat* of the fol owing : One Blue Enameled Bed room Set, Spring Mattress and Feather Pil lows, one Child a Crib and Curled Hair Mat trass, Fortv yard* bru-sels Carpet, Seventy five yards Csrpet Lining, one Turkish Pillow Lounge, one. Turkish Arm Chair, oue Turkish (small) Chair, five handsome Oil t'bronios, with wilt train* *; also, csbiuet size, gilt frames; one Hewing Machine, one fine Alderman Cook ing R«< ge, and utensils for the same, Crockery and Glaasw-r**, Kitchen Leaf-Table, Dining Chairs, Lamps. Parlor Steves, Oil Cloth Rugs tor Stoves, lour Gilt stripe Window Shades and Child’s High Chair. The furu tore is en tirely new. Enquire of A. OLIVER, Upholsterer for W. P. Haskell.«r on the prem ises on Nob Ulil, in the rear of Sheriff Kyle’s residei ce. Eureka, March 13,1881. tuhl3tf FOR SALE. rpwo SHOW WINDOWS, AT A BARGAIN, JL can be used in fire-proof building. En quire at the San Francisco Clothing Store. mh‘J6tf EOR REISTT. A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM IN . the Sintinkl Building. Eureka. Jan. 81,1881. febltf SEW TO-DAY._ Grand Spring Trade Opening rpHE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM JUST RECEIVED WILL EXPLAIN TO 1 HE PUBLIC OF X Eureka aud vicinitv the reason why all our NEW GOODS are now offered at such LOW PRICES, something that never betore was known in Eureks, and aa the orders are imperative, we ahall follow them to the very letter : HA K FRAJiCISCO, March 24. IBM. Messrs. Morris A Levy. Eureka, Nevada: DEAR NIB*: 1 have Just purchased an entire stock of the latest styles of Dress boons in Milks. Matins ami Cashmeres; also, the latest novelties in Neckaear, lies and Hows. They are Invoiced at prices so tliat it in impossible for any one lo undersell. These good* must be sold as uiiick as possible, as I will send new boods every day hereafter. J. MOUKIM We would therefore call the attention of the ladles of Eureka and vicinity to the beautiful New Goods now being unpacked, a few new Atyles we can only mention here. In our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT You will find full lines of ARMORES, SULTAN CLOTH. ROMAN AND BAYARDKR STRIPES, CAMELS’ HAIR AND NEW SUMMER SILKS; also, the LATEST STYLES OF BROCADED SATINS AND VELVETS We manufacture our own Cloaks, and have ,ust received the NEW STYLES OF HAVELOCKS, the latest New York deaign. Measures takeu for cloaks of any ■tyle and made to order at less than store prices. OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT la now complete with FULL LINES OF TABLE DAMASKS. NAPKINS, TOWELS. LINENS, SHEETINGS, all at remarkably low prices OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Is receiving daily ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES OF LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S FRENCH AND ENGLISH HOSIERY, at lower prices than ever before offered. GENUINE A 1 JOUVIN KID CLOVES Also the cheaper Jouvin in all shades, and buttons always on hand. The new LADIES’ NECKWEAR, the “SARAH BERNHARDT," the “ SHAKESPEARE," the •• BYRON,” and many other uew Collars and Ties just now opening, aud will be sold st San Francisco prices. We are bound to sell the goods at the very lowest prices We have the facil.ties aud mean to do it. All we ask ia that the ladies of Eureka and vicinity give ns a call and be i ou vineed that our prices are lower than the lowest. We have the goods always ia the market, purchased at the lowest cash prices, and WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH, AS USUAL. We can assure all who favor us with a call polite attention front oux talesmen, who will al ways be pleased to show our goods at all times. • MORRIS & LEVY. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. SUITS MADE TO ORDER. UNDERWEAR MADE TO ORDER. A Limited Supply of the Latest Styles of Men's Furnishing GooiIn on Ilnud. Samples of Shirts and Suits on Exhibition. None but the very best materials used. Perfect Fit and Sat isfaction Guaranteed in every instance. W. II. YKAKI A CO., Jackson House llloek. ' Eureka, March 31, 1881. apltf CLOSING OUT! lie ter mi ue<l to Leave for Wood River, I will Close out my entire Stock of CHOICEGROCERiES At Actual Cost! For Cash Only ! Beat California Flour, S3 50 per 100 lbs. Everything else in propor tion. R. If. CGLKSTOX. | Eureka, March 31, 1881. apltf , CHEAP LIVING EUREKA RESTAURANT ! North Main street, a few door* below the Postofilce. OPEN DAY AND NICHT! Single Meals.....95 rents. By tlie Week.95 OO. Ham and Eggs, Mutton Chops, Beef Steaks, Veal Cutlets, etc., served at all hours. •y In connection with the restaurant is a first-class Bakery, where fresh Bread. Pies, Cakes aud Fine Pastry of all kinds will constantly be kept on hand or m de to order, and will be sold cheaper than at any other place. Eureka, March SO, 1881. mhSltf Livery, Sale ....AND.... Feed Stable! MRS. HILLHOU8E HAVING PURCHASED of Bishop k Carpenter the stable build ing formerly occupied by Moore Bros., has de termined to make this A First-Class Stable I Her Buggies and Carriages are now being re fiatred aud overhauled. She has on hand a arge amount of -A.KTXD OOR-JLlliT Which la offered for sale in any quantity and at reduced prices. Eureka, March 22, 1881. mh23tf HOLD UP ! Ranchers, Miners and Coal Burners I For Cola* You ('au Nave 50 per cent by Biayltag Your Vroeerlea and Provisions at HEXP'N. Eureka. March IS, 1*81. mhlGtf $40 REWARD. About the last of December, two horsex strayed from the Fish Creek Rapge, and it is supposed that they went In the direction of Joe Dean's ranch. Following is the description of the horses : One blue, iron-gray horse, branded and vented “J. D.” on the left hip and left shoulder, and “ C.“ with s bar on the right hip. One bay horse, branded " 0.” with a bar on the right hip, and " 1 ” on the left shoulder. Any person who will return said horses to the stable of J. 8. Stewart will receive the above reward, or $20 for each horse. J. 8. STEWART. Eureka. March 7, 1881. mb 1-lm* 1ST OTICE. THE UNDER8IGNBD, HAVING PUR chased from A. E. Nichols hisrauch, this is to notify the public that said ranch Is not liable for any debts against A. E Nichols. D. DEPAOLI. P. ANTOGNOLI. Eureka, March 24,1881. mh25 1 w* 3ST O TJE O E . ALL TH08E INDEBTED TO H. KAISER are requested to call and aettle and avoid cost, as all bills not paid by April 10,1M81, will be given for collection. H. KAY8ER. Eureka, March 30. 1881 mhSltd ROOM TO RENT. A LARGE. PLEASANT ROOM FOR RENT on reasonable terms. Inquire of Mrs. Wethered. mhSOtf PIANO WANTED ANY ONE HAVING A PIANO FOR RENT can dl-pose of the same by applying at the Sjsktikki. office. mhlfttf BUCRFOOT, BOMUk WOOD jgjgfi- RIVER Stage Company. CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. FIRST CLASS MICHES Leave Blackfnot daily, at 8 o’clock, crossing the new (RON BRIDGE, thus avoiding the delay by ferries, for Challis, Bay Horse, Clay ton, Crystal City, Kinni kinick, Custer City, Bonanza City, and WOOD RIVER, Bellevue, Ketchum, Ga lena, Marshall City, and Sawtooth City. •ST Thin route to the Rood River 4'ouulrj from all point** In Fifty .Hilet the Shorten!, anil naven over Twelve llourn* Staff!tiff. mhlTtf DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR^SALE. AII4H SF, ( OKSfKB OF NIXF.KAL and Spring Streets, containing 5 Hoorn* ; alao. House in the rear of same, containing 4 Rooms ; lot 25x110. Will be sold together or separately. Also, a Furnished House containing 5 Hooma, hall and closets, pleasantly located on South Spring street, with large Woodshed and Gel. lar ; lot 50x100. Will be aold on eaay term*, with or without Furniture. Apply to w. p. 8tick61man, at tha Whit* Pine Hank, or on the premise*. Eureka, Jan. 25, 1881. Jan26tf CENUINE Siier Sewing Maciiines. OFFICE!—One door north of Bartlett's whole* sale liquor store, Main Streeet, Eureka, Nevada. Machines sold for Cash, or on Installments, and fully Guaranteed. Repairs to all machines by competeut wo»k men, and warranted. Needles and all acces sories supplied. YEATEft A MITCHELL, Eureka. March 31, 1881. apltf FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOTS. 'PHIS PROPERTY 18 SITUATED ON MON. X roe street, two lota north of the residence of R. Sadler, and oonalstaof a Ninnll Wooden Bnlldluv and 9 Lots, Having a frontage of 64x100 feet. The owner la desirous of disposing of the property imme diately, and will sell it cheap. For particulars inquire of DR. MEN LEI, Chinatown. SAFE! For Sale or Exchange. A FIRST-CLASS FIRE AND BURGLAR proof Safe ; 36x30 Incbee ; with coin vault. Coat laid down, $310. Will aell cheap for cash or exchange for groceries or dry goods. Apply et this office. mhl6 lm* Information Wanted. Any person knowing the where aboute of GEORGE FERGUSON will confer • great favor by sending hie address to J. A. B1ELA, Battle Mountain. Lender county, Nevada. , inch 1-1 m notice. Having purchased the interest °v I?y i P*rtn*r. Laurenz Schmidt, in me bakery bualneea heritofore conducted hereby notify our customers that ell bills duo ere psyeble to me, end all debts due by the lete Arm will be settled by V SAN FRANCISCO LODGING HOUSE, FOR SALE OR LET. Af-eYw b°,M TH“ Pnawiiaas. Burets, Feb. 36,1M1._ feb36lf GRIFFIN & ANDRE, STOCK BROKER 8 —AMI>— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WUU, FARGO 4 CO.'S 8UILDINQ, main street, eureka. Office boure from 8 o'clock *. to 8 r. it. HI l< I. I! K A UN, LKTTIIKIIFAIM prinked et the He .Tie BIOSes eirednoed prices MISCELLANEOUS. LIQUIDATION SALE E J. FRANKLIN & CO.'S. Immense Sacrifices EVERY DEPARTMENT! OUR MR. M. J. FRANKLIN WILL LEAVE shortly for the Ban Francisco market, for the purpose of purchasing an ELEGANT SPRING STOCK. In order to make room and realize cash we shall for the Next Fifteen Days Offer our fine stock aft prices which will insure the object to be attained. Dress Goods.at Prime Coat Brocaded Goods.at Prime Coat Ready Made Dresses.at Prime Coat Dolmans.at Prime Coat Ulsters and Circulars.at Prime Coat Jouviu Gloves.ai Prime Coat And a reduction of 25 per cent on the price of every article in the entire stock. M. J. FRANKLIN A CO. tETAll Uoods Narked In Plain Flg ureN and Ntrietly One Prlee. Eureka, Nev , Feb. 16, 1881. feb 17-tf NEW STORE! New Goods ! MRS. H. E CURRAN, BlMer'i Bnlldlng. Main Street. Will open a Choice Stock of FANCY DRY GOODS, Millinery. Ladles’ and Children’s Wear, Trimmings, etc., NfAKCH 1, 1891. fOTMillinery and Faahionable Dressmaking in all its branches a Specialty. Eureka, Feb. 28, 1881. mch 1-ftf Beware of two tramps who are canvassing Eureka and vicinity for sew ing macblnea to repair, and representing them selves to be in the luterest of the SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., They are certainly impostors, and have no con nection with the Singer Company A special agent of the Singer Manufacturing Company ia now here, and will open a branch office for the sale of the GENUINE SINGER MACHINES! Somewhere on Main street, in a few days. Mr. E. S. Yea ten. a thorough and competent ma chinist. will be manager of the business, and will repair all kinds of sewing mat bines and guarantee them. Eureka, March 23. 1831. mb'J4tf ATTENTION! OWING TO THE DISSOLUTION OF Co partnership between J. McBirney and D. Manheim We will aell our atock of GENERAL AIERI II AMUSE AT COST. All bills against the firm will be paid on pre- ' sentatlon. and all thoae Indebted to ns will please call and settle, thereby avoiding coat and trouble mhlStf McBIRNEY A MAWUEIV. THE CHOICEST STOCK of LIQUOR8 In Town : Old Kentucky Blue Ur*u, Old Kentucky Bourbon, Old Kentucky Bye, and Old Virginia Bever-Tlre, Old Loudon Dock Brandy, Vine French kberry. Old Port Wtno, Extra Holland Ota, Old Jamaica Rum, And all kinds ov cask liquors fob ule, bj the bottle or gallon, ,t KEMP'S, South Mill atrect. Enreke. altflp Good for Everybody TV’0.. T^UF-\ *HOULD C8E THOSE LIT XT tie booka, but take g few duller* In tbalr pure* end go to B. ALEXANDER'S for Groceries, Provisions, Kto That will open their eye*. One Door Mortli of Jolan Torre's. DRESSMAKING. Miss N. Ouessv FOR K/E3STT. THE BUILDING ONE DOOR NORTH OK the old International Hotel. It la well adapted for a saloon, barber shop or a am all •tore. For particulars apply to OIOROK W. WILLIAMS, Builder. Eureka, Feb, ai, 1A81. f„b 3J.tr l2~l-2_CENTS, The OPERA HOUSE saloon, grace. fully submitting to the condition of the tlmea, has reduced the price of drinks and cigar* from M to 12 H cent*. None but the beat liquors and cigars passed over the bar. inch Mm O.H. SMITH. MININC^ TAX. ]^OTI0E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE taxes on the proceeds of the mines of Eureka county for the quarter ending Dec. 91, 1WK), are now due and payable to me, at my of fice in Eureka, and that the law in regard to the same will be strictly enforced. O. 0. WALLACE. feb lH.flw Assessor of Eureka County. FOR RE3NTT. THE BRICK BUILDING ON THE CORNER of Clark and Buel Streets. It ia one of the best locations for a lodging-house or restau. n ®ur*k»- The building will be put In the best of repair for a permanent tenant. Ap. R RYLAND. Eureka, Feb. 0, 1881. feblOtf FOR SALE. The undersigned" proposes to leave for the Northern Country as soon as Spring opens, and will dispose of bis one. half interest in the Palace Ha loon at a bargain. I fl* I.nTHKR CLARK. STORAGE, IHAVK AMPLK BOOM TO STORK IA. tons of goods in ray fire-proof warehouse end will oharge but very low rates for the •»*»•- THOMAS WETHERED. Eureka, Oot. 0,1000, o7-tf _miscellaneous. F. j. SCHNEIDEri, fi DRUGGIST, g UST SIDE MAIN ITREET, THIRD 000R *0UTH OF CLARK. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS —ACCURATELY PREPARED— ' ATo^ZRa 0r THB ,J*V 0« .NIGHT. Drugs and Medicines Promptly Attended t<p— 1 h*'r® •,*° » *"»H Line Perfumery, Toilet Articles Hair Bnicbe*, Tooth Hru.h.. . •ml Bath Brn*bc», |;if ’ * Ac?«" U'"'"y r°U“J «• • >». r- J- hohneider. Eureka, June It, no*, Pf"Prlrtor. ____ ; Junit if CIGAR STORE^ -AT JACK PERRYS CORKER JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor, Imported and Domestic Gigan Of choice brende, tha beat In lb. market. Tobacco., Cigarette*, amt ,»«ahe«. Article*, Etc. Enrak*, September 1, 1H7». „ re-opening -OP THI - City PMgnji Galleir. LOUIS MONACO THE PIONEER AND SUCCESSFUL ARTIST* NOTHING BCT THE BEST AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES Are taken at thia Gallery, with all the ltteat tinproremruta of tlntah and atyle. COPYING, either Plain or Flnlebed, In Crayon C°lor. !>r Ink, made a apodal ty— ' Crayon work particularly. Aleo, ENLARGING or REDUCING to anr size desired. ’ ■UJ laOt'XN MONACO. 09 Pli‘*t.a«rspher end Proprietor. GOLDEN CATE SALMON and BILLUBDHALL OPPOSITE E, <ft C, LUMBER TARO, JOHN M. McDANIELS, Prop’r. The building is a new brick, large witi Uld c°n*n»odieua ; the bar Is supplied FIRST-CLASS LIQUORS And there are rosy accommodations for thoee who deelre to while awey an hour at a game of cards. An invitation is extended to ell to drop in. Eurek*., September 81. 1880. iM-tf M. CALISHER News Agent ...-AMD DEALXB LB.... STATIONERY BUNK AND SCHOOLBOOKS. and Letter Paper, Fancy Ps. peterles, Toye, Cutlery, FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Also, Novels, Eastern Periodical* and Maga zines always on hand. Subscriptions received for any of tueBen Francisco Dallies end Week lies. Agent for the Territorial Enterprise, Chronicle and Eureka Sentinel. Eureka, January 11.1881. JanlStf Stop and Read! Extra Dry Crushed and Granulated Sugar, by the barrel.lie per lb By the Half Barrel.18 l»Se • tbs Crashed Sugar... §1 00 • lhe Extra Dry Granulated Sugar... |1 M • 1-8 Iba Golden Gran. Sugar. $1 08 And all kinds of Groceries and provisions is the same proportion. FOR CASH CNLYI _ AT KEMP'S. I. B.-I Can and Will toll firowr lea and Provisions Ch«apr Any One Who Pays Blent er tor rows Honey. If. B. KEMP Bunks, March IS, 1881. mhietf Fasbiai Dressmaker. Mrs. j. nelson, latb of Virginia City, desires to Inform the ladies of Ewrti and vicinity that she is ready to do all kinds of Fashionable Dressmaking for ladies ana children. Catting and Fitting a Specialty. Main Street* corner Gold, next door to Califor nia Market. an apprenticFgirl WANTO. Eureka, Feb. 21,1881. f«b 22-ltn* to letT A HOUSE OF BIX BOOMS. BEING THE property formerly owned by James Mia dismiss, situated on Edwards street, near the old hospital. Thia place will be rented cheap to a reliable tenant. Inquire of mh6-2w J. 8. WHITTON. Net York Mil Record. I'WEIEJICXi'ir.) _ _ CIRCULATION, 20,000. SUBSCRIPTION ©■• Y««r, in advance.. Mix Mvutha.jj■ •£joiBpii,' Agent Subicrlptlona received at tbla office. mM FOR _S^XjB LOTS ON MAIN STREET. ONE LOT ON NOBTH MAIN Wng*. next to Ubl'a ahae ahoy. F'l<t*> Tha other la Lot 4. tn Block 10, South Mat atreet. Price, #400. . ,a Cherry Creek, March M, !»• ■“*