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Eureka fUailn Sentinel. THURSDAY.JUNE 9, 1881. ,, | I, ■ —mr—^ STK UINO I'O THE THIRD TEBM. The New York Sun of June 1 says: 44 Our midnight telegram from Albany on Monday contained the following state ment: ‘ Senator Conklin# said to-night that this was not a fight for the office, but was an attempt on the part of his enemies to prevent his getting control of the delegation in 1884.’ If this is cor rect, then the reasons for Mr. Conkling’s defeat are of the very first importance. In no other way could he state the case so strongly against himself. Mr. Conk ling’s control of the delegation to the Republican National Convention in 1884 means a renewed attempt to nominate Gen. Grant for a third term, the first step toward an empire. If the Republi can party wishes to sink never to rise again, let it wed itself to Conkling’s and Grant’s idea of a third term. And what is Grant hurrying from Mexico to help Conkling for now ? Simply and solely to promote his own nomination and election to a third term, with the chance of hav ing it lengthened for life, and made her editary. Let nothing hut defeat and dis honor cover every third-term movement fooeviir I” PREDICTING AGAIN. Vennor has been at it again, and has mapped out some execrable weather for the month of June. Up to the 10th or 12th, he says, it will prove warm, even hot; then there is to follow a season of cool and showery weather until the 20tli, when frost and snow will set in—it is re markable how Vennor sticks to frost and snow—then follows more heat, and the month is to end with hot and threaten ing weather. Somebody should suppress this predicting Canadian. Even if his predictions do not come true, they are enough to make the people feel uncom fortable, and render life a burden too heavy to be borne. EXPENSIVE. This is a bad year to die in. Aside from the natural uncomfortableness of the thing, it has become expensive, for livery-stable keepers have held a meeting and determined to materially advance the price for carriages at funerals in New York. It is too bad that hereafter death is to be encompassed not only with ter rors, but with expense also. TO THE MANOR BORN. As Conkling is desperately poor, possi bly Grant will show his grateful regard by making him figure-head President, at a large salary, of some of the numerous Mexican schemes he is interested in. In fact, Roscoe would thrive superbly in the glorious climate of Mexico, and in a cou ple of years would be taken for a hidalgo to the manor born. A ('RUSHER. Governor Sprague appears to have tried to be a factor in the Conkling fight. It is said that some persons claiming to represent him some time since, visited Washington and informed the Adminis tration that they need give themselves no concern as to Conkling, as he had a letter which would be produced on the trial which would crush Conkling. Boston is in a fair way to raise the money for a World’s Fair in short order. Her people are enthusiastic and in earn est about it, and there doesn’t seem to be any job or steal iu the project, and Gen eral Grant will not be President. Thb Rev. Henry Ward Beecher’s first audience in Nashville, Tenn., last week was so slim that he refused to lecture in f hat city on the following night, as per t greement._ Mrs. Mackay is known in Paris as "the Arizona mine.” A Gentleman In High Station, Some visitors from Beno, says the Ga zette, who attended the Pioneer Picnic, de sired to go through the Capitol building. The doors were locked, but they met a gen tleman in the hall who inquired what they wanted. This person, who was a stranger to the visitors, procured keys and acted as escort throughout the Capitol building. They were delighted at their treatment and thought that their guide was evidently hired for that purpose. They were much surprised afterward to learn that they were attended by Judge O. R. Leonard, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nevada. Comment is unnecessary, but the Reno men cannot cease talking about the learned gentleman and his goodness. Judge Leonard might well be proud of the im pression which his natural courtesy has produced among strangers. coal in nouutnit. D. M. McKillican, who has been for some time past operating liis one-stamp quartz mill at Basin, showed the Butts Miner some specimens of coal from a mine which he discovered near Cataract Creek. He says that he has traced the voin for a distance of over 100 feet, and at each place where he has sunk upon it the vein shows over two feet of compact coal. A thorough* test of the coal has not yet been made, but experts pronounce it of good quality. Although it is situated in the midst of a densly timbered country, Mr. McKillican is sanguine it will yet be come valuable property. He proposes to sink upon it and make further tests of its character. Work of She Pistol. The Blackfoot Register gives an ao oount of an affray between Charles Young aud James Watts, in which the latter was killed by a pistol in the hands of Young. The men had trouble over affairs con nected with the round-up of cattle, and Young claims to have killed Watts in self defense. He then went to Blackfoot to surrender himself, but as the killing was done in another county, he went to the nearest Justice of the Peace to give himself into the hands of the officials in Alturas county, Idaho. The killing happened on Snake river, some miles below Blackfoot. Oood Templars' Excursion. There will be a large excursion from Ne vada to San Francisco on the Fourth of July, says the Silver 8tate. Ten cars have already been engaged by Mr. Mulcahy, Grand Worthy Chief Templar of Nevada, which will accommodate 500 excursionists, f11".iklikely as many more will apply by the lfith instant for passage. All who desire to go should apply at once, so that accommodations can bo secured. One hundred pounds of baggage are allowed for each ticket. There will never be a bet ter opportunity for those who wish to take a ten day’s trip to California. • EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. THE LATEST VOTES FOE THE SENATORS. Why C. H. Russell Changed His Vote. GEO. C. GORHAM A POLITICAL ISHMAELITE. SYSTEMATIC PLAN OF FOR CERY UNEARTHED. An Important Railroad Contract Signed. A raiiUSIOS OF TWO FREIGHT TRAIN'S. Rlainc and Inkwell to Exchange Places. (Special to the SentinelI Albany, June 8.— In the joint conven tion Lieutenant-Governor Hoskins occu pied the chair to-day, for the first time since the meeting of the joint convention. The vote for a successor to Conkling stood as follows: Jacobs, 50; Conkling, 34; Rog ers, 15, Bradley, 1; Wheeler, 21; Cornell, 19; Folger, 1; Lapham, 9; Tremain, 2; Harris, 1; Crowley, 1; Dutcher, 1. When tbe name of C. II. Russell wag sailed, he said: “ Ou each vote I have thus far voted for the return of the distinguished late Senators; they were my choice, and my judgment at the time led me to give them my support without desiring to make any distinction between these two gentlemen. I regarded Conkling as the ideal Senator. I have, however, just returned from my constituents, and am convinced by such evidence as should satisfy any fair-minded person that nine-tenths of the Republi cans are opposed to the retnrn of the iate Senators. I have a duty to perform to the Repuhlicaus who sent me here, and that is to give voice to their sentiments, and I therefore vote for Cornell.” The convention then proceeded to vote for a successor to Platt, as follows: Flatt, 29; Eeruau, 51; Depew, 51; Lapham, 4; Cornell, 10; Folger, 4; Tremaip, 1; B. F. Tracey, 1; Crowley, 4. No choice. Ad journed. Br»«ly*» Star Koute Organ. Chicago, June 9.—The Tribune edi torially says : Not the least affliction put upon the late Senator Conkling in these trying times is the affectionate sympathy and support of Tom Brady’s Washington Star Route organ, and his imported Merino editor, George C. Gorham, formerly of California, but later of nowhere. Mr. Gorham is a political Ishmaelite, who waa read out of his party at home, and who was declared by a hundred Republican Clubs in California last year to be no Republi- ' can. It is well known that the support of Conkling by tho Merino editor and the Star Route organ’s proprietor is entirely due to investigations now going on in the Postoffice Department. The support of these delectable persons might have been purchased at any time by stopping the Star Route prosecutions, and every gun in this arsenal could be spiked to-morrow by the judicious distribution of a dozen pardons for criminal offenses signed in blank. woiim h Death Anuouuced. New York, June 8,—Yesterday an at tempt was mado to affect the stock and grain markets hy means of a dispatch from a western point announcing the sudden death of Jay Gould. The dispatch was stopped in the Associated Press office, and the dastardly scheme defeated. General Agent J. W. Simonton now reports that an investigation which he conducted, shows that the dispatch originated with a syndi cate organized for the purpose of dissem inating false financial and commercial news. The said syndicate has its agents in all the leading cities of the East and West and in London. News agents and the business public need to be on their guard. Forged Drafts. New Yore, June 8.—The Leather Man. ufacturers’ Bank has unearthed a system atic plan of forgery for the purpose of de frauding banks in distant parts of the United States. During the past year over a dozen forged drafts have been presented at the bank for collection. One was pre sented to-day through the Bank of New York and another through the Bank of Commerce. One draft was from Defiance, Ohio, and the other from a remote place in Canada. Mo More Pairing. Albany, June 7.—A joint Democratic committee of the Legislature have issued the following: To the Democratic members of the Legislature—In view of the fact that exigencies may at any time arise in the pending Senatorial struggle, we earnestly recommend Democratic members to ab stain from pairing, and so far as possible avoid absence from sessions of the joint convention. Important Contract. City of Mexico, June 8.—Major Francis de Greee to-day signed an important con tract for a railroad from Laredo to this city, starting at the Gulf of Mexico and extending to the Pacific Ocean. This con cession, like Frisbie's, is completed by au thority granted by Congress, requiring no further action by that body. Ballroad Smaih-lp. Chicaoo, June 8.—A terrible wreck is reported on the Peoria Division of the Wabash Railroad, near La Larpems, yes terday, by a collision between two freight trains, which came together while running at full speed. Both engines and a number of cars were demolished. Loss, $50,000. Shot by Ills Hall-Brother. Spbinqfif.ld, June 8_Dwight Kidder, who fatally shot his half-brother, C. D. Kidder, was held in $10,000 bail. He says he shot in self-defense. They quarreled because the deceased expressed a hope that his father would die, so that he might in herit the life insurance. "Deceased was a prominent Democratic politician. In Honor of the Veterans. Habtfobd, June 8.—The parade in hon or of the veterans of the Army of the Po tomao was a success. Gen. Sherman re viewed the First Regiment of State militia, Governor Bigelow and staff, the Secretary of War, Governors Littlefield of Rhode bland, Hoyt of Pennsylvania and Plaisted of Maine assisting, and crowds cheering. Suicide of Albert Barrett. St. Louis, June 8.-Albert Garrett,j,a well known contractor on the Missouri Pa cific, shot himself through the head fatally this morning. Temporary insanity was the oause. The Turners are being entertained by our.local organization to-day. They leave to-morrow for their homes. Benomlnatlon of Foster. Cleveland, Juno 8.—Foster was re-nom inated by the Republican Convention by acclamation. Senator Sherman made a stirring speech as permanent President. A Battle on the Plains. Winnepeo, June 8.—A Courier from Fort McLeod reports a battle on the plains near Fort Walsh, between the Blackfeet and Creeks, in which sixteen of the latter were scalped. Laid on the Table. Albany, June 8.—The Senate concur rent resolution for a sine die adjournment to the 10th instant, was laid over. Ass Exchange of Place*. New York, June 8.—The Herald’s Washington special says : The report that Blaine and Lowell, Minister to England, ! may exchange places, is again talked of as probable. Renewed prominence is given to this report by intimato friends of the President. Forcing an Adjournment. Chicago, June 8.—A Tribune New York special says: Conkling gave it out last evening, as he hastily rushed off to catch the train in reply to a telegram, that the concentration of votes was highly danger ous to his plan of forcing an adjournment. KhcrllT linker Shot. Danville (Va.), June 8.-Jesse Smith shot and killed Frank Baker, Sheriff, who had a warrant for his arrest. Smith es caped. _ OVER THE WATER. A Ntntiie to Victor Hugo Condemns the Policy of the Uovcrnnient— Return* of the Rritlsh Hoard of Trade — Arrival or Troops from Cork—Attempt to Wreck a Train —Another llynnnilte Mine Discov ered—Illuming Trains by Elec tricity, [Special to the Sintinel.) Paris, June 8.—The members of the Paris newspaper press intend to raise a statue to Victor Hugo. London, June 8.—Lord Carnaron (Con servative) formerly Colonial Secretary, speaking at Burton yesterday, strongly condemned the policy of the Government, who, he said, were responsible for the civil war in Ireland. They would find the ques tion to be not only of land merely, but that every class of property would he menaced. He did not think Englishmen would be hoodwinked by a reckless rhet orical demagogue or by the plausible nos trums of political quacks. British Board of Trade returns for the month show an increase of £2,368.928 in imports compared with the same month last year, and an increase of £1,809,722 in exports. A special train with troops from Cork arrived at Skibbereen, County Cork, this morning. An obstruction had "been placed on the track to wreck the train, but it wag discovered in time to prevent a disaster. Berlin, June 8.—A dynamite mine has been discovered under the track close to the Gatschina railway station, and a wire connected with a battery in the railroad telegraph office. All the telegraph officers have been arrested. Geneva, June 7.—It is intended, ii pos sible, to run trains on the railroad through the St. Gothard tunnel by electricity, which is to be produced by machines now employed in pumping air into the work ings and for other purposes. WOOD BITEB ITEMS. From the Neva of May 29. Hon. Ben. L. Plummer of Mineral Hill, Enreka county, Nevada, came in last even ing to spend a few weeks on the Wood River galena belt. He will look it over carefully. Judge Anderson departs for Sait Lake in a day or two to settle the Jay Gould sale, and will at once return to attend to his many duties here—the putting in of the Sawtooth road, etc. We are pleased to note the arrival of Matt McFall and family in Bellevnc. Matt is an old hotel man, and has been long running the Mineral Hill eating station on the E. A P. railroad in Nevada. Ho will settle with us. John Murphy’s new saloon, 25x30, is about ready for business. From the Bailey Miner. Hailey has two street sprinklers. A brewery will be corking and barreling beer here in about two weeks. The mines of Wood River pan out better every foot they are opened. Our streets are literally crowded with freight teams, unloading merchandise and taking in ore. The coming month will bring heavy shipments of ore from the various mines tributary to Hailey. A theatrical troupe are billed to appear in town next week. Rev. J. B. McKean holds religious ser vices every Sabbath afternoon in Mrs. Graham’s tent, next to the Postoffice. San Francisco parties are receiving bids to build a large hotel on Main street, next to Croy street. The outfit from the foun dation up 1b to be A 1 in every particular, and will be begun as soon as arrangements for bnilding can be settled. G. W. Faylor is building a mile race track just east of town. It is to be plowed, dragged, rolled and otherwise manipulated until made a first-class race course. The entire track and grounds thus far staked out are to be enclosed by a substantial fence. Bon. McKay, who commenced handling ore at this point a short time since, has shipped to date 3,422 sacks from the May flower, 28 tons for the Wood River Gold and Silver Mining Company, and about two tons from the Jay Gould. The Jay Gould has just commenced consigning ore for shipment. Butte City, Montana We extract the following from a letter written by Judge Goodwin, of the Salt Lake Tribune. He ia very favorably im pressed with Butte City: " It is a wonder ful camp surelv. I believe geologists make out that it consists of three great ore chan nels, eaoh containing several distinct lodes. To ms it seems like one grand ore channel several miles wide, and containing a dozen or more strong mineral-bearing parallel veins. So far, every mine has responded to the pick and drill, and the rnle is that the best ore to-day is at the lowest point which the pick has penetrated in the vari ous lodes. This is an immense camp. I never saw a people so satisfied and confi dent. There is no question about the per manency and immense extent of the mines. In three months the Utah & Northern will be here. General Dodge, of the Northern Pacific is here looking out for a way for his road. There is not a doubt that within a year this spot will boom as no mining camp ever has on this Coast since tbe days of Virginia City. It promises to be a better camp than ever Virginia City was for the masses. If a few men will not make a great many millions each, a great many thousand men will make comfortable fortunes. The site of the town is a beautiful one. It ia on a mountain sloping south. To the east and south beautiful valleys are to be seen, while beyond rugged hills extend every where. I did not mean to write any letter while awav, but Butte commands an excep tion.” The Southern Couutry. Fred Hilp and Charles Toothacher of Ward, who have been on a five months’ tour through the Southern country, ar rived in Pioohe on Thursday, the Record says. They traveled through Arizona, New Mexico, Western Texas and a portion of old Mexico, and they say that the South ern country ia By no means wbat it is rep resented to be. Mr. Hilp says that £1 Paso, Texas, will not be tbe great railroad town that many supposed, and the country around that section is neither agricultural cor mining. Phenix, Arizona, is the only place that they visited that had any stabil ity. They intend camping in Nevada for a while yet. Distance leads to enchantment. Too Much Grass. There was never so much grass known n this vicinity, rays the Times-Review, as there is at tbe present, and plenty of peo ple are losing lota of money because they bave not cattle to eat it. NEW TO-DAY. CONTRACT TO LET. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED at the Bowman mine until 1 p. if . June 11, 1881, for running a crosscut 50 feet westerly from the irst level of the Bowman shaft. Contractora to work three ahifts of men, fur niah all supplies and sharpen tools. The com pany will furnish tools and hoisting. For further particulars apply at the mine. The Company reserves the right to reject any or all l ids. BEN. C. LEVY, Superintendent. Eureka, June 8,1881. je9td PUBLIC AUCTION _OF A LARGE AMOUNT OF First-Class Furniture _ON_ Thursday, June 9,’81, On the corner of Main and Bateman streets, consisting of Flrnt-Cla** Black Walnut (Marble Top*) Bed-room Sets. Flr*t-Claa* Parlor Net*. Fine Lot of Billing Room Fnrul ture. An Exteu*ivc Lot of Kitchen Fnr nl lure. One Parlor and Cooking Ntove. An Exteiittivc Lot of Wood Carpet ing. A Lady** Fine Uold Watch. One Plano. A 1.40, Many Other Article* too nn inerou* to mention. C7”Nale positive, and to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. t/’ko OoodN wold at Private Nale. Junatd DR. J. B. KEEN. Eureka Opera House Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday JUKE 13, 14 and 15. Ladies’ Mate Wednesday HAVER LY’S ORIGINAL Mastodon Minstrels 40 PERFORM ERS40 Just from London, England. The famous and identic\l com pany that created for the term “ Mas to don,” the present accepted definition of '* Wondrous t>nd Artistic.'' The same Minstrelsy that achieved the re markable distinction <»f 200 nights at Her Majesty’s Theater, London, uud-r the patron age of their Royal Highnesses the Prince aiul Princess of Wales.” Entire Changejf Bill Nightly. Reserved ^esla.31 50 General Arimlanioii. 1 OO Box sheet for the sale of reserved seats open at the Opera House. CHAS. FROHMAN.Manager W. H. STRICKLAND.Oenrral Agent junStd STRAYED OR STOLEN. From the miners* bakery, new Town. Ruby Hill, Thursday evening. June 2, >8x1, a bay horse, medium stxe. white spots on back, three white feet, branded with an 8 inside of ring on left shoulder, and be tween 5 and *5 years of age, A reward of f20 will be paid to auy one returning the aniiual to the Hill or the Sentinel office. J<?7 '.’w 1THE WATER WILL BE CLOSED OFF 1 from the entire town to-night at 8 o'clock and will be turned on to-morrow morning at 5 o’clock, and will continue to be closed off from day to day as stated until further notice, with the exception of that portion of the town tak ing water from Reservoir Hill. This step is deemed necessary to accumulate sufficient water for fire purposes. Je7tf GEO. F. BLISS, Superintendent. HOTEL BUSINESS! FOR_8ALE. rjlHE OWNER OF A WELL ESTABLISHED hotel tn this county, doing a good trasi* neas, is desirous of selling the same and retir ing from business. Any party wishing to pur chase can have the privilege of remaining in the house a reasonable time for the purpose of satisfying themselves of the amount of busi ness transacted. For particulars apply at this office. Je8tf Dressmaking. MRS. SHIPP WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THK LADIES of Eureka and vicinity that she is pre pared to do Dressmaking In all its various branches. She would solicit a share of the public patronage. RESIDENCE—On South Buel Street, oppo site the Opera House. Eureka, June 1,1881. jun2tf INToJB. Boarders c n be accommodated with the beet of board at the Baby Hill BoardlDg House for f 1 00 per dey. Je8tf JOHN LACY, Proprietor. 3votFxob. AS I INTEND TO LEAVE FOB CHICAGO on Saturday next, all peraons having un settled business with me or the Oreen Seel Mining Company are requested to call on me immediately and aettla their recounts. I also gve notice that I have appointed Alexander opeas Superintendent of the Oreen Seal Min ing Company’s property. Je7 lw H. W. BROOKS. LOST OR STOLEN i Ij'ROM THE CONNOLLY MINE. OR IN that vicinity, a black borae mule, brand* »*d “C”on the loft hip. A liberal reward will be paid for the return of said mule to FRED. UHL, at the Connolly mine. my25tf For Saleor Rent. A HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS ON RDBY Avenne will be leaaed or sold at a bar gain. For particulars apply to W. P. STtJ. CHELMAN, Agent for H. BISHOP. myStf HOUSE TO REHT7 AnorSE OF THREE BOOMS, ONE BOOM cerpeted, and has a cooking stove. For particulars, apply to JESSE MENDES. Eureka. May 13,1881. roylt tf gIrlI/anteT A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework. Apply at the clothing store >f JAKE COHN, on Maiu street. mjU tf MISCELLANEOUS. i.o.o. r. GRAND Reception Ball! . ..TO THE ... R. W. GRAND LODGE INDEPENDENT Order of Odd Fellows ..OF THE.... State of Nevada, ....WILL BE GIVEN BY.... BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10, EUREKA LODGE NO. 22, MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 27. .... %t hie.... EUR Ilk I OPERA HOUSE. THURSDAY EVE., JUNE 9, Committor of ArrHiiKPiiioiilN : A. h Shaniioi), W. J. Smith, J. J. Baird, J. C. Harmon, J. M«'udeH, Fred. Heitinau, C. L. liny, H B McKee. W. S. Beard. C. Feirari*. ion Commiller : w. u. Davenport, A. D. Rock. J. L. Smith. J. J. liaini, II. is. McKee, O. w. Douglas, H. Willi*. C. Ferrari*. Moor Nnnit^m: Matthew Kyle, E. It. Cl lit", M. J. Fra’tklln, U Sadler. D. Haxth.cfl. J W. Smith. Floor l> I rector: W. T. SMITH. TH'Iif-irw—(Includ-ng "upper)_00 TICKETS MAY 8E HAD OF ANY OF THE COM MITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. Eureka 1H81. myMtd THIRD GRAND ANNUAL Picnic & Target EXCURSION ...or THE.... CENTENNIAL GUARD! OF RUBY HILL, ....TO,... Richard Fagin’s Ranch On F, k P. R. R., 35 miles from Eureka, SATURDAY, JUNE II. PR.IZES8 a $100 in Cold Coin For the best score of shooting by any Com pany Team of ten men In the State of Nevada, who have been members of the company from which they are chosen thirty daya prior to the day of shooting. Terma : Ten shots a man, 200yard range, with military rifles, according to Creedmoor rules. GLASS BALL SHOOTINO-Firat Prize, |20. Second Prize, 10. Terma; 25 glass bills per man, 18 yards rise, A FORTY DOLLAR GOLD MEDAL for the b*rt baseball niue. TEN DOLLARS for the best runner In a 100 yard foot race Liberal prizes for the beat Jumping, shoulder atone, croquet, archery, etc. A Pavilion 25x100 feet will be provided for dancers. Music by the Centennial Guard Baud, The Lunch Table, Ice Greain. etc., will be in charge of Ed. frof fetter, aud the public can rest assured that they will be liberally and promptly served. The Bar Will be under the supervision of James Kyle, which will be sufficient reoon.mendatlou. The Grounds Aro located on the banks of a large stream of water, with plenty of shade. Committees Executive Committeet Wm. Stinson, Robert Young, Lieut G J. Keek, J. K. Jones, John McNaughton. tin Shooting! Llsut. E. G. Dell, John McNaughton, Wm. Wallace, Wm. Stinson. tin Music i JOHN PASGOE, On Oaineii Thomas Trainer, Ren. Styles, John Stinson, II. J. Lambert, A Stinson Jr. tlu IlltllClUff t Cspt. G. A. Day, G. R. Waters, A. F. Stinson. f loor Director i G. R. WATERS. Ou Prise* i Wm. Stinson, J. McNaughton, J. E. Jones, I Robert Young, Lieut. G. J. Reek, Cspt. G. A.Day, Lieut R. u. I*ejl, S. II Frazier. Sufficient number of cars. Including two coaches for the accommodation of ladle*, have been secured. The train will leave Ituby Hill at 7 o'clock. Eureka Con. time; Eureka, 7 o'clock, railroad time Returning, will leave the grounds at 4 :30 p. m. The train will atop at the head of Clark street, to ani from the Hill, for the sccotumo elation of p*««engf-r8. Round Trip Tickets.gJ , XT”Tickets can be procured at all busincs* « places In Eureka and Ruby Hill, and from i agents on the train. mySltd i CARPETS! ' CARPETS! CARPETS! Lowest Prices .AND...... The Finest Assortment M. J. FRANKLIN & Co.’s We Invite Opposition and Challenge Competition. We Offer Standard Brands of Carpets at the Fol lowing UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES : Amsterd’mTapestry Brussels, 90c per yard Roxbury Tapestry Brussels, $1 per yard Crossley’s Tapestry Brussels, $1 25 per yd Crossley’s Body Brussels, $1 75 per yard Three-ply s, - - - - $1 25 per yard Hand-looms - - - - 75c per yard Superfines ----- 50c per yard Oil Cloths ----- 50c per yard M. J. FRANKLIN & CO., -hmEUREKA, NEVADA. SUMMER, 1881. SUMMER, 1881. Su Francisco Clothing Stoic. NOW READY! NOW READT! The Finest and Largest Stock of CENTS’, YOUTHS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOT8 AND 8HOE8, ETC. TRUNK8 AND VALI8ES. After renovating and eLlargln* my erUhllshtn'-nt, 1 have Imported s Large Stock of the Flu. eat (Jooda that can be bought East or We*t, end can surely aay that I have the The Best Assorted stock in Nevada, And I invite the public to call and satisfy theraaelrea that all I state I am able to prove. I have on hand the Latest Styles of Dress, Basins and Walking Sails, In all the Fashionable Materials. FINE NECKWEAR A SPECIALTY. Fine Percale, Cheviot and Calico Shirts. Also, Fancy Hosiery and Underwear. BOYS’ CLOTHING, A LARGE VARIETY. All my Cooda are sold for the Lowest Living Price*. Examine them ana you will surely be suited. H. KAYSER, South Main st., next to Charley Lautenshlager’s. WORK HOUSES FOIt NILE 20 HEAD -OF LtBGK. ... American Work Horses ... .AVD.... MULES! 3au bn purchased on good terms by rusk lug Application on South Main street, opposite the Richmond furnaces to wyMtf UEO. W. LiNOI Kb.UX ....AT.... Berg’s Family Grocery F«nr Boseu Frssli .SI «0 Per < nee.7 lift Five <’nnfl l.o In, per i '»•«*,.7 00 nyWtf I*. BKKU, GRIFFIN a ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —*!»D— Insurance Agents. IFFICE IN WELLS, FARGO A CO.’S BOUDINS, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. ORloe hours from 8 o clock a. u to 8 p v. FOR KvEHSTT. TWO STORES. A DJOINING THE GROCERY STORE OF tV H Kind, on North Main street. Therein good cellar aita< hed The stores are well daptctj for any kind of merchandising bust* .ess. For particulars Apply to ajWtf JOSEPH VANINI A. HAWKES. E. I. BURNS. Oppoalte Lumber Ynr.l, Main Street, Eureka AGENTS FOR Baker & Hamilton ...FOR Champion and Buckeye Machines Bar Presses, Horse Bate, And Fanning Implements of all kinds Supplied on short notice ....AT..., Sacramento Prices. GBOOEBS ...AW®— GENERAL MERCHANTS ®p4>M Kureka, April 5, 1S81.