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WEDNES1>AY .APRIL 27. 1881. pp.anl.ErON ON THE SITUATION. Senator Pendleton made a dignified, courteous, but powerful speech the other dAy to a bare quorum of Senators, plac ing the conduct of the Republicans be fore them in its true light. The refusal of the Republicans to act upon the Presi dent's appointments until they have dis missed the present faithful under-officers of the Senate and installed men like Gor ham and Riddleherger in their places, is not only unprecedented, but inexcusable and a shame. Of what consequence is it to the country who is clerk or doorkeeper, so long as the place is properly tilled ? Hut it is important that a vacancy on the bench of the Supreme Court be filled, and ministers and consuls and collectors and marshals be confirmed, that the bus iness of the Government should be car ried on. But the Republicans care more for securing a soft placs for a blatant re pudiate!' than for the business of the Government or the interests of the coun try, and everything must wait until the terms of an understanding, so manifestly ■ disgraceful that all honest men are ashamed to consider it, are carried out. They have raised an issue which the country will accept. It is possible that they may break the solid South with the cry of Riddleherger and Repudiation, but it will be only to crystalize it and all honest citizens everywhere in opposition to such a party. NEW RAILROAD CENTER. It now looks as though a town of some . importance is likely to spring up on the north side of the Rio Grande River at a point four miles north of El Paso. Here the Southern Pacific Company have lo cated 18 blocks of land; the Texas Pa cific Company have located the same amount, and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Company were at last accounts making a like selection of ground. The Texas Pacific road promises to complete their road to this point one year from this date, and the Southern Pacific prom ises to extend their road through to the Gulf. Both the Atchison Topeka and the Southern Pacific will have their roads running into this embryo town within the next 60 days, and immediately there after the former will push on south to wards the City of Mexico and the latter on to the east through the great State of Texas. If all of these promises are ful filled the new town in one year from this date will have what is equivalent to six railroads—three to the east, one to the south and two to the west. So that the new town will at least become a great railroad center and a town of consider able importance without any other re sources than that furnished by the rail roads centering into it. STILL I N BROK E!*. The deadlock it still unbroken. It ™ announced some days ago that the Republican Senators would hold another cauoua yesterday, with a view to getting up a plan to hold one or more execu tive sessions for the confirmation of ap pointments. Our dispatches are silent on the subject, but we have in lieu there of a scheme from the fertile imagination of a Washington correspondent about an effort to shift the responsibility of the failure of the extra session on she shoul ders of the Democratic members. This is a clear-out acknowledgment that the Republicans regard themselves as be ing in the wrong all through this deadlock business. We have no doubt that they would willingly chauge front and get ou the Democratic Bide of the question if they oonld. But they will hardly be al lowed to make so complete a somersault without serious opposition. They have deliberately obstructed the public busi ness for more than two months, and no matter what tactics they may resort to totransferthe blame to the Democrats the country will hold them to a strict ac countability. They oannot escape on a mere parliamentary dodge. the Yovse Norm. Senator Mahone says: •• Calhoun’s dream of a Southern empire was quenched iu blood, and the South accepts the situ ation." We think the Senator is entirely correct in this statement; that is, if we understand “the South” to mean the pro gressive, industrious element who have set their faces forward and have got out of the chronic rut of growling over the past. Of oourse a few fossils will con tinue to indulge in the morbid pleasure of holding “wakes” over the corpse, but the “ young South” is dealing with the living present, and looking with hopeful anticipations to a grand future. AN ACRE OF WATER. The census estimates the acreage of improved land in the various States and gives its approximate value. But the water area is not estimated. In a letter to the New York Tribune, Seth Green, the noted pisoiculturalist, declares that every acre of the water area in that State is equal in value as a food produc ing element to the land, when properly stocked with the inhabitant* of the wa ter, "I have become thoroughly con vinced, says Mr. Green, " through years ef investigation, that an acre of water pan be made to produce a* much food as an acre of laud.'f The Omaha Republican has seen one above the flood, and describe* it as fol lows: If you want to get our idea of the “hight of fashion,” just glanos at one of the new spring bonnets, You have to look twice to see the top of them. Some of them, however, are considerately pro vided is the rear with a fire escape, so that the wearer's friends can olimbto the top and see the trimming*. FOB EXECUTIVE BUSIN EAR. The Senate was convened by the Pres ident for “ the transaction of executive bejfnsss.” There can be no doubt about that fact. There lies the order upon the Secretary's table. Ergo, the Republicans are wrong in refusing, day in and day oot, to go into executive session for the Pjsrposa^c# discharging the duty which EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. THE STAR ROUTE SCANDAL CONTINUED. No Show to Brian thr Guilty Parties to Punishment. A RAID ON ARMY OFFICERS WHO HAVE BEEN ENJOYINQ SOFT BILLETS. WHITELAW REID’S EMIGRA TION PARTY. KXCLIDINU HKBKKWS i'KOSI WATKRIXO PLACRB. A New Plan to Break the Senate Deadlock. fSpectal to the Sentinel] New York, April 26.—The Star ronte icandal still exercises the New York pa pers. The Times’ Washington correspon dent devotes his attention to more Eastern offenders this morning. The World’s re porter says : It is now said that a prosecu tion could 1)6 brought only upon suspi cions, and that enough circumstantial evi dence could Dot be adduced to secure con viction in a criminal suit, although a mere recital of the facts would be morally con vincing to any one who chose to read it. The only other method of bringing those who are involved to punishment, that seeme to have occurred to the Poatoffice Department, is through a Congressional investigation, but the recent decision of the Supreme Conrt in the Kilborn case would sustain Brady, Dorsey A Co. in de fying a Congressional committee. The Dead-lock. Washington, April 25.—It is generally conceded that the result of the expected agreement of Republican Senators to allow a few executive sessions to be held shortly, will be, first, the ratification of the Chinese treaties, ami soon afterwards the confirma tion of substantially all the nominations to which no formidable objection is made. There will then stand in the way of final adjournment the contest over the pending resolution for the election of Senate officers, and there will probably not be more than six or eight contented nominations, such as those of Stanley Matthews, Don Pardee, Wm. E. Chandler and Judge Robertson. It is now considered probable that some, at least, of the Republican Senators opposed to certain nominations, will desire to leave them hung up until next wiuter, and there are several Senators on the Democratic side ready to come forward with a sort of com promise proposition, which if adopted, would have that effect, and also end the struggle over the Senate officers. They will say to the Republicans: We have joined you iu-overcoming the dead-lock on execu tive business, by agreeing to confirm unob jectionable nominations; now let us all adopt the same course in regard to Senate officers. Ridleberger and Gorham are as objectionable to us as Robertson and Math ews are to some of your side. We will not permit you to force them upon us. Nom inate unobjectionable Republicans for Ser* geant-at-Arms and Secretary and we will make no opposition to their election. You can thus elect your officers, the Senate can adjourn, and we will all go home. There is uo present probability that the Repub lican caucus would consent to any such proposition for a change of candidates, but, although this is undeniably true, it is by no means improbable that the contest will at an early day be quietly allowed to go by the board and drift over to the next ses sion, together with the contested nomina tions; for upon the approach of hot weather and after the bulk of the executive business shall be disposed of, the Seuate will un doubtedly dwindle in numbers from day to <lay, and as the total attendance diminishes the chances of an accidental or intentional absence of some Republican, and a quickly consequent adjournment »»*:# die may be confidently expected to fqexcuse until some day or other the adjouramenl ;^-y abruptly occur. A Plan to Bring tEie Democrats to Terms. Niw Yobk, April 26.—Speaking of the Senate deadloek, the Tribnne’i Washing ton correspondent stye a new plan to bring the Democrats to terms has been broached in the conrae of a conversation with your correspondent to-day. A Senator who ia in favor of the plan described it ta followa : It would be perfectly in order for Oarfleld to send a message, to the Senate, saying that inasmuch aa that body has not com pleted its organisation so that it can pro ceed with the consideration of executive business, he hae concluded to withdraw all nominations now pending. This would leave the Senate with no business before it except the resolution to elect officers, and the Democrat# would be compelled either to allow a vote to be taken upon that, or take the suicidal atep of moving to ad journ aine die.. After the Senate had ad journed the President could go on and make appointments under the authority of the Constitution and the lews* A levege Indian. St. Louis, April 26,—Yesterday after noon Michael Bevoir, a farmer, Valentine Walker, a half-breed Indian, and James Williams, a school teacher, an old' gentle man over 60 yean of age, were in the sa loon of Jacob Blair, at Bridgetown, twenty miles from thie city, when Walker and Be voir got into a dispute end Mr. Williams interposed in behalf of Bevoir, whereupon the Indian savagely dragged him oat of the saloon, flung him on the ground, and ponnded his head with a large rook, crush ing the sknll in a frightful manner, and killing him almost Instantly. Bevoir. who at first was somewhat dazed at the •nddenneet and ferocity of Walker's at tack, recovered himself and attempted to •top the bloody work of the stvage, when the latter turned upon him, felled him to the ground with a fence rail, indicting a wound upon hia head whfeh will probably result fatally. Walker immediately fled. It it supposed that he Is concealed In this city. neeretaryr Lincoln After Amy oa eeis. Nxw You*, April 86. -The Time** Wash ington special says: Secretary Lincoln, it is understood, has declared his intention to relieve and send to their regiments such officers of the army as have enjoyed soft billets of detached duty in and about Washington for several years. The most prononnoed case, and one that is without a parallel, is that of Thomas Brady, Brevet Captain and First Lieutenant of the Twen ty-first Infantry, who has been on de teohed service in the office of the Secretary of War for nearly 18 years, and has never done a day s duty with, nor seen his regi ment since he was appointed a Second Lisa tenant in 1866. Floated 960 Miles. BiSMamcx (D. T.), April 96—X. H. Hire has arrived here, having floated in a yawl 960 miles down the Little Missouri Biver. He reports two men killed by the Indians at Ferry Point on Thursday. The hunters are aU driven from the vioinity of Buford, and the oavalrv has been sent out in pursuit of the hostile*. On Monday a party of Yanktoniana crossed the river with seven horse* stolen from ranchmen. Fifty Indians have driven all the men from Blye's, on the headwaters of the Little Missouri, and troop* are being sent for their protection. A Weasau Thrown Overbesnl. CiimunviLu (Mcsl* April 96—On the evening of the 20th instant a man was seen passing down the river in a skiff, which contained a young woman ; also, when near the head of Island No. 10 ho threw her overboard and drowned her. Some few peisons on the bank of the river heard the woman begging to be put ashore, and witnessed her terrible death. They •tarted in pursuit of the wretch, who, however, escaped in the darkness. The pair had remained over night at Caruth arsville, which is HO miles up the river. Following (he Example nf Corbin. New York, April 26.—The Herald saya that aeveral watering place hotels are pre Saring to follow the example of Corbin of lanhattan Beach in the exclusion of tbe Hebrews. It cites ono of a dozen adver tisement! of first-class houses appearing in to-day'a newspapers, notifying the He brews not to apply. Emigrating Went. New York, April 26.—A party of home leas persons was sent to the West to-dav by Whitelaw Reid. It eonaisted of 36 boys, six girls and four families, making in all 65 persons. This is the eleventh party that lias been sent to the West under Mr. Reid’s directions. OVER THE WATER. Tin* Empress Suffering Iron. Severe Hysteric Attacks— Another Auda cious Address lo I he Cxar-A Tu nisian Fort llombardeit and De stroyed— €■ lad* tone n il I Object to Bradlangli's Taking the Oath of Office. [Special to the Sentinel.] 8t. Petbbmmtho, April 26.—Ever since the assassination of the Czar the Empress has been Buffering from severe hysteric at tacks. She was threatened with a death of the most horrible description should Sophia Perofsky and Hessy Helfsmann, the two women implicated in the assassi nation, be executed. She made strenuous exertion to obtain tbeir pardon and re ceived a promise to that effect. She did not discover tho deceptive character of this promise until after the execution of Sophia Perofsky, and the discovery threw her into violent paroxisms. St. Petebsbubo, April 26.—Another au dacious addretB to the Czar has been issued by the Nihilists, pointing out that the in discriminate execution of those concerned in the assassination of Alexander II only served to strengthen the Nihilists by driving many who were only luke warm into the extreme faction of the party. Bona, April 26.—Tho French iron-clad Surveillante yesterday bombarded and de stroyed the Tunisian fort on the Island of Tarca. Tho French troops will probably land to-day. General Logerat’s corps ar rived within eight miles of Keff yesterday, and are expected to reach there to-day. London, April 26_Bradlaugh will at tempt to take the oath in the House of Commons to-night. The whole opposition will vote against it. Gladstone notifies Bradlaugh that he will object unless Brad laugh makes a statement removing the ob jections of members. Hull, April 26.—A contract has been made to carry 60,000 emigrants from Nor way and Sweden to America. Desertion and Suicide. Mrs. A. G. Hunter of Newcastle-on Tyne, England, who will he remembered by many of our readers as formerly in this Territory, says the Silver Reef Miner, committed suicide in Tucson, Arizona, on the 10th inst. by Bhootiug herself with a pistol. Her husband, A. G. Hunter, was formerly Superintendent of the Flagstaff Mine in Utah, and afterwards occupied some position with tho Aztec Company in Arizona. For the past two years he has been operating in Sonora, Mexico, where, it is said, he 'married a Mexican women of low degree. Mrs. Hunter heard of bis faithless act, and went to Tucson several months ago to try and induce him to re turn, but failed. It is also stated that Hunter has squandered a fortune of $150, 000, which he obtained from his deceased wife, and then deserted her and their seven children. A Slight Misprint. “Sara Bernhardt has a child,” was the startling head-line In a San Francisco dis patch. The reader must ha.-e been forci bly struok with the thought mat Sara had not yet sown her wild oats, until he read the item sod saw that child was a misprint for chill. NEW TO-DAY. Must be Sold To-day An Upright Piano, Book Case and Crib. Cheap for Cash. Apply at the residence or E. J. TRAVIS. Eureka, April 26, 1381. .p27 It SEED P0TAT0ES7 I HAVE FOR SALE TEN TONS OF EARLY Red Rom Potatoea, which .re the finest for .eed of .ny potetoee In the State. Ker particular, apply to THOMAS WETHEKED, at the Warehouse. Eureka, April 26.1881. ap27tf Delinquent__Sale Notice. Albion Consolidated Mining Com* Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Eureka Mining District. Eureka, Nevada. Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of aeHess ment (No. 6) levied on the Sixteenth day of Mareh, 1881, the several amounts set 6p poalte the names of the respective sharehold ers, as follow!: No. No. Names. Certa. Shares. Ain’t I Armstrong J L, trustee. 330 50 $10 00 Bayley G B, trustee.1141 100 20 00 Bayley G B, trustee.1144 100 20 00 Bayley G B. trustee.1145 100 20 00 Bayley G B, trustee.1146 100 20 GO Bourne J B, trustee.1366 20 4 00 Chisholm D 6, trustee. 981 50 10 00 Chisholm D B, trustee. ...1624 30 6 00 Chisholm D B, trustee.1772 100 20 00 Duucan W L, trustee. 892 5 1 00 Dixon T H. trustee. 1260 50 10 00 Frank k Gray, trustees.... 1909 50 10 0u Gillon J trustee.1658 2000 400 00 Hawks H D, trustee. 784 200 40 00 Hosmer k Oo D M. trustees 1022 100 20 oo Johnson Edward.1256 250 50 00 Kenney k Dyer, trustees.. 1h86 60 10 00 Lazure k Oo L T, trustees. 1695 60 12 00 Muller W J, trustee. 935 40 8 00 Muilar W J, trustee...1281 100 20 00 Moore k Montgomery, tr's. 943 50 10 00 Miles k King, trustees.1329 300 CO 00 Smith Chas H. trustee.1221 50 10 00 Smith Chas H, trustee.1277 450 90 00 Verdenal D F, trustee. 123 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, trustee. 180 25 5 00 Verdenal D F, trustee.. 220 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, trustee. 290 300 60 00 Verdenal "J F, trustee. 291 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, trustee. 292 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, trustee. 294 750 50 00 Verdenal D F, trustee. 295 250 50 00 Weill Chas L, trustee.1128 100 20 00 Weill Chas L. trustee.1639 100 2d 00 Wood W E, trustee.1770 1<» 2 00 Zadig, Kullman k Oo, truts.1361 50 10 Oo Albion Mining Company. (OLD STOCK) Freeborn Jr Co, trustees.... 1212 100 20 00 Verdenal D F. trustee. 726 100 20 00 And in accordance with law. and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 16tb day of March, 1881, ao many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold it public auction, at the office of Parker Crittenden, auctioneer. Boom 25, Mer chants' Exchange Building, No. 431 California street, San Francisco, Cal., on Mondgy, the 16th Day of Bay, 1881, At the honr of 2 o’clock p la., of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to geth er with coats of advertising and expenses I •f the sale. D. B. CHISHOf.M, Secretary. Office—Booms 6 and 7, No. 327 Pine street. Ban Francisco. California. ap27td MISCELLANEOUS. Eureka Opera House ONE WEER ONLY! ....roMMKACIKfl... MONDAY, MAY 2, 81 . ..AMD S1TURDIV IHTINKE! THE GREAT SOLDENE COMIC Opera Company 301BTIIT130 EMILY SOLDENE, (PRIMA DONNA) RONE NTEI.U, nnd Twenty Ladle*, llenn. Campbell. Marshall, Appleby. Her»ee, <loln ioii and Allen. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2 A udran's Great Comic Opera, the snccesa of the Season, In which will be introduced the wildly char acteristic dance by Miss Maggie Dagau and Company. Tuesday evening. May 3, and Saturday Mati nee, the great Eastern craze, “ BILLEE TAYLOR,'* with new songs and character istic dances. ‘‘Ail on account of Eliza ” Wednesday evening.CHILPEKIC Thursday evening. GENEVIEVE de BRABANT Friday evening.Change of Programme Saturday ev'g.LA FILLE do MADAME ANOOT Season Tickets (six evenings).$7 50 Ke*orve<l Men In. 1 50 General Admission. 1 00 ap26td A. HAWKES. E. J. BURNS. Oppo*ite Lumber Yard, Main Street, Eureka. AGENTS FOR Baker & Hamilton FOR Star Moline Plows, GALE CHILLED PLOWS, Sacramento Prices. GROCERS ....AMD... GENERAL MERCHANTS Eureka, April 5, 1881. aptitf J. B. LANGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor ! Two doom North of the Western Union Telegraph Office, North Main Street, - Eureka Has just received and keeps oon •tantly on hand a new and wall aalected •took of the latest pattern! of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make up in the latest sty lea, and at prieea to unit (be times. WM"Alteration and repairing will be promptly attended to. Eureka, September 20,1880. s21 tf Fasiii Dressmaker. MB9. J. NEL80TT. LATE OF VIRGINIA City, deairea to inform the ladies of Eureka and vicinity that she Is ready to do all kinds of Fashionable Dressmaking for ladies and children. Cutting and Fitting a Specialty. Main Street, corner Gold, next door to Califor nia Market. nih'23 HOLD UP^ Ranchers, Miners and Coal Burners! For Coin Yon (an Hare 90 per cent by Bajing Your Oroaerlm and Proa Into,in at KEMP*ft. Eureka, March 19,1881. mhietf A IX PERSON-l HOLDING ANY CLAIMS l\. agalnat the late firm of D. B. Immel A •Go , which hare been adjusted and allowed by the undersigned, must preaant the asms for payment within thirty daya from tbla date H. BISHOP, M. B. CHAMBLIN. Assignees of D. B. Immel k Co. Eureka, April 13,1881. apl3td TEAM TO LET. ANY PERSON HAVING WORK FOR A team of two hor.es can find an oppor. tuulty by applying to GUSTAVE MAU. Nob Hll1, betwnau w. H. Remington and Pastmaa tar Smith's residences. Eureka, April 39,1881. spjg lm Pocket-Book Lost. ON SATURDAY LAST, A MOROCCO Pocket-book wu loet, containing a dia mond pin. The pereon who found It will con f.ra favor by leaving It at this oBce. Eureka, April 18,1881. aplhtf -IL1 'OIL T »JbU. A GLASS AND WOOD PANEL OPEIOE Partition. Formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company, Inquire of the WHITE PINE COUNTY BANK. Eureka, April 8,1881. ap9 lm GIRL WANTED. A01HL to do OENEBAL HOCSEWOBK la wanted. For particulars apply to aplktf 0. J. a. BUTTLAR, Paul Strwt. “CASUS BELLI.” Dry Goods War! Great Reductions M. J. FRANKLIN & Co.’s The larger part of our immense stock has now been placed on our shelves, and to it we invite the atten tion of the Ladies of Eureka. We boldly assert that no firm in the State can equal our advantages in buying Dry Goods, and we propose to MAKE THE ISSUE RIGHT HERE We are in a position to sell Goods cheaper than any one in the Interior, and we are determined to do so. From this date forward WE SHALL NOT BE UNDERSOLD, BUT WE SHALL UNDERSELL ANY ONE IN THE TRADE, And We herewith extend a special and genera! invita tion to every lady in Eureka, Ruby Hill and vicinity to call, and by personal inspection compare our prices with those of so-called “ cheap stores." OUR PRICES IRE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES ON EVERY ARTICLE, SO THAT “HE WHO RUNS MAY REID!" In making these sweeping reductions we wish it distinctly understood that we shall continue to main tain our reputation by keeping nothing but FIRST CLASS GOODS. We shall not resort to auction trash in order to attain our end, but shall offer a good arti cle at as low a price as is charged for a common one. M. J. FRANKLIN & CO., EUREKA, NEVADA. New Store 2 FRESH[fiM S The Jnderslgned Has Ope.,^J a GROCERY, PROVISION AND Seneral Supply Store! !n Bishop A. Carpenters' Stone Building, NORTH MAIN STREET. FRESH, CHOICE BETTER AND FRESH EASTERN CURED MEATSCONSTANTLY ON HAND. Special attention paid to the selection of Choice Fish and Syrups in the Eastern markets A SHARE OF TOE PFOLICJMTRONAGE SOLICITED. u .wl" low as any Responsible oa,n. Give me a call and Examine the Goods. I keep none J>ut the best quality. LIQUORS A SPECIALTY. _P» N. HANSEN. I AM HERETO STAY I DON’T PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT OR GO TO WOOD RIVER. I HAVE OPENED THE RED HOUSE Next door north of Oaxeaux'e Butcher rhop, WHEKB 1 WILL SELL GOODS TO THE Public of Eureka end vicinity cheaper Ulan they have ever before been offered on the Baae Benge, aa followa : A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP Groceries, Provisions, CANDIES, FRUITS, Cigars and Tobacco, Gents' Furnishing Goods. Beet Patent Overalls, per pair $1 00 t also con I in no business aft THE OLD STAND Neu door north of John Torre'. WITH A FULI, ASSORTMENT OF I’LoTU INO, GROCERIES. POULTRY Pl.o VISIONS,, ETC., ETC. B. ALEXANDER, Proprietor I>.| Houn*. Eurrk., April i. 1881. M,„f I FOR IRJEICsTT. A °AAp^ JEA« THB OONSuLIDATED. *P6M GEORGE EGLE8TOM. Stall-fed Beef ....AT.... CHARLIE COLL’S California Market, ftOl’TH MAIN STREET. The Finest Cuts of Stall fed Beef can now be ob tained at my Market, and I Intend to keep this kind of meat constantly on hand. CHARLIB GOLL. Eureka, April 16,1861. apl7tf THE CHOICEST STOCK of LIQUORS In Town : Old Heutucky Blue Oraae, Old Heutucky Bourbon, Old Heutucky Bye, nnd Old Vlrwlala Jfaver»Tlre, Old Lradou Dock Brandy, Flue Franck Bkarry, Old Port Wine, KHra Holland din, . Old Jamaica Bum, t NT. A 1,1. RINDS OF CASE LIQUORS FOR I *»,!* hj the bottle or gallon, at HKMP'ft, Aontlj Main atruat. Eureka. a) tf Jp CRIFFIN A ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS -—AKT>— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WEILS, FAR80 A CO.'S SUILOINS, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Once boor* from 8 o clock a. m. to • 9 m. --miscellaneous Closing Out i _ * "'“ESSSJ..;, CLOTHINC, furnishing goods hats, BOOTS, SHOES ETC., ETC., etc. ’ A. Pr.ee. thn. „efy WE WILL SELL FOR CASH ONLY' White Shirts, from 50 cents to si ou Undershirts, from! 50 cents to l M Drawers, from 25 cents to i % Hats, from 50 cents in 3 do Shoes, from 150 t0 5 Suspenders, from 50 cents to 1 Buck Gloves, from 75 cents to 11J .lu<'il|i|i||K GROCERIES, I’ROVISIONS, Crockery, Glassware, Etc. T. R. Hutchinson A Co Eureka, April IB, 1881' lp”* F. J. SCHNEIDER, If DRUGGIST, f IA«T SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD 0001 SOUTH OF CLARK. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS. -ACCURATELY PREPARED_ AT oJiL. * Z™or T,,R UAT 08 »«•» T Drugs and Medicines. —Promptly attended to I bane alno a Fall Llae nr Perfumery, Toilet Articles Hair Brilabe*. r.M.tl, Brush.,, ft,, »u,l Hath Briishee, Ete., And Hi fact everythin* usually found In .. claaa Drug Store. P. J. 8CITV' . Eh, Eureka, June M, 1880. ' jUHT' CICA STORE, -- AT JACK FERRY'S CORKER JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Gigan Of choice* brands, tbs boat In tbe market TobMcriHD, ( lirareUea, ami hmokn • trllPlpu, Ctr. Eureka. 1. 1*7* «<.i> ATTENTION! OWIMi 1U THE DISSOLITION F Cl. partnerahlf K-tw» ?n J. McBirney and D. Manheim We will Mil our stock of AT COST. All bills against tbe b-m will be paid on pr< aeiiUllon. and all thou,- indebted to os will phaaerall and settle, thereby avoiding cor I and trouble mhlStf MrBIRNKT A XA1HEII Stop and Read! Katra Dry Craahed and Granulated Huger, by the barrel.Iff p«' ft By the Half Barrel.... %.If l«*r 6 Iba Crushed Sugar. §1 00 A Iba Eitra Dry Granulated 8ugar.. SI OO • 1*2 lbs Golden Gran. Sugar. H •* Ad«1 all kind* of Grocerle* aud provision* In the eaiue proportion. FOR. 0-A.SH ONLY! AT KEMP'S. M. B.-I tail aud Will Nell Uruyei In and Provlalona Cheaper lb»“ At > One Who Papa Kent nr Rer roa. Mousy. H. K. KEMP. Eureka, March 15,1M1. mW NEW STORE! New Goods ! MRS. H. L CURRAN, Blaaer'a Hulldloir. Bain Mreel. Will open a Choice Stock of FANCY DRY GOODS, MILLINER"?. Ladle.' and Children', Wear, TiHuuilup. c*1' KAHI H 1, IM1. •^■Millinery and Fashionable DreMB.*‘l"« In all Ita branches a Specialty. Eureka, Feb. 3S, 1881. _mckhl CLOSING OUT! Determined to leave f«r **•"* River, I will Cloae 0,11 ,nJ entire Stoeh "f CHOICEGROCER Eb At Actual Cost! For Cash Only! Beet t'nllfornln Fleur. W 5° 100 lb*. Everylbluif elee In l»r"l _ lion. B. «. KBEEOTOII. Eureka, March 81, IM1._ *°— GENUINE Singer Seiii 1*R OFFICE—Ona door north of ,hUl' ■ale liquor .tore, M. n Rtreeet. Eureka, Nevada. Machines sold for Cash, or on Installments, and fully Guaranteed. Repalre to all mtf,hl,^YlM0u5* moo, and warranted, weeaico •orlea supplied. YEATE* * *tVt aa±t, Eureka, March 31, ISM.