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THURSDAY.JUNE 16. 1881. WAYN THAT ARE HARK. The New York Evening Express says: The exposure by the Associated Press of a bogus dispatch telling of the reported shooting of .fay Gould, in Chicago, has brought to light some of the nefarious uses to which the telegraph is put by unscrupulous men. It is averred by Mr. Simonton that there is a regular syndicate formed for the purpose of con trolling the stock market by a series of bogus telegraphic dispatches, and that this story about Jay Gould was only jiart of the general scheme. The effect upon the market by the death of Mr. Gould can readily be understood. So widely and deeply is he interested in all the important stocks that it can be seen at a glance that bis death, or even an authenticated rumor of his death, would at once depress the market, and enable the bears to buy at bottom prices before the deception was discovered. The same condition of affairs existed at the time when the late Cornelius Vanderbilt was hovering between life and death. Of course, the existence of such a syndicate as this bodes no good to \\ all street. When a party of men become so reckless in their means of getting money that they will not hesitate to invent bogus tele graph dispatches to accomplish their ends, commercial morality has reached a pretty low standard. Bllltmfl THE HATCHET. The heartiest and most significant courtesy yet extended by the South to the North is the organization of Confed erate veterans in and around Chattanooga for the purpose of welcoming the sur vivors of the Army of the Cumberland, who soon will hold their annual reunion in the historic mountain town. The Confederates in the movement number several thousand, and it is svid that their ranks contain every one in the neighbor hood who ever carried arms for the Stars and Bars. This means burying the hatchet in real earnest, in stead of just hiding it under a dinner table for a few hours, as has occasionally been done. It is impossible for any hatchet burying to be done anywhere unless some one has a hatchet, but in the Chattanooga case the implement is the biggest of its kind and is deserving of a first-class funeral. The men in blue will hardly know how to return this compli ment in kind, for there is no memorable battle scene north of the line. They might, however, give the Confederate survivors a rousing reception some day at Washington, where the “Yank” and the “Johnny” will yet have a chance to fight side by side, instead of face t.o face, against the demagogues and rogues who now are the nation’s only enemies. NO RESURRECTION.] A Mormon woman, Mrs. Hampton, has been telling a Chicago reporter that when Mormon women are getting married a white head-dress with a flowing cape is worn. During the ceremony this cape is over the bride’s faee until the groom lifts it. When the wife dies she is buried with this cape on her head, and when she is laid in her coffin the cape is thrown over her face. The teaching of the Mormon leaders is that she cannot be resurrected until the husband raises this cape from her face; that if he is satisfied that she has been a faithful and obedient wife, he will raise this cape and she will be resur rected, but if not satisfied he will refuse to do so, and she cannot be resurrected. One of the most common threats, she said, by which her husband used to com pel her to obedienoe was that if she . didn't obey him “she should never be resurrected.” ROMCOE CONK LI NO’S CHANCE. New York Sun: The opportunity now offers itself to Roscoe Conkling to make himself very useful to the country. Let him expose the iniquities of Hayes’ Ad ministration. The material all lieB with in his reach. He has only to put his hands on it and hold it np to the public gaze. Some of the villainy may extend baok to Grant. But what of that ? Grant, as last reported, with character istic selfishness says he will take no part in Conkling's campaign; and why should Conkling care for Grant? Mr. Conkling could prove himself a very troublesome man to the present Administration, as well as destructive to the reputation of Mr. Hayes, should he see fit. Whether in or out of office that makes no differ ence. _ THRIVING ON DIET. Griscom, the faster, who is famishing Chicago with the same sort of amuse ment that Tanner supplied for New York, is said to have actually gained weight on hisninthday’sfast, as compared with the day preceding. This would seem to show that sometimes mankind can thrive on the diet popularly ascribed to the chameleon. The experiments of Griscom and Tanner, however, ought not ~*o induce ordinary people to live on air and water, at least for more than a day at a time. THE PRESIDENT'S HEALTH. Garfield’s health is failing. And it would be poetio justice, such as we read of in dime novels, to have the place he wiggled into by bribery and treachery taken by Vice-President Arthur one of these fine mornings. It would be more exciting than forty Derbys to see Blaine rushing out of the State Department at one door as Conkling was telegraphed in at the other, and Robertson’s head drop ping into the basket before the poor man has a chance to call in a confessor. CIUARETTES. The press is doing good by its campaign against'cigarettes, and we charge it noth ing for reminding it of a fact it seems to have forgotten to utilize, namely, that there is unquestioned medical authority for saying that some adulterated forms of the article produce ulcers and cancers in the mouth. EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. ANOTHER VOTE POR SENATORS. THE TREASURY INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE MAKE A REPORT. They Fouad a Keffnlnrly Organised RlDf. MISAPPROPRIATING MONEY AND DEFRAUD ING THE GOVERNMENT. ('harire* \tfAlii*t hupt. I)oiIbo to Be In ve«itl|j;Ate<l. The President Inclined to Help Nlahone. SENATOR SESSIONS ON THE STAND. [Special to the Sentinel i Washington, June 15.—The Treasury Investigation Committee have submitted a preliminary report to Secretary Windom of the evidence found against the Custodi ans of the Department. The committee report that they found a regularly organized ring, which has been in existence for sev eral years, misappropriating money and defrauding the Government. The oflioialB and employes who are connected with the ring will be dismissed at once, and a more complete and thorough investigation will be ordered. All the facts heretofore re ported in the Associated Press dispatches relating to the selling of carpets and other frauds of the ring are reported by the com mittee. Secretary Windom refuses to re veal the result of the investigation of Pit ney. He will act on the report very soon, but its contents are private. It is stated, however, that the report sustains the charge of irregularities, and even worse, that have been going on for several years. Senator (sessions' Testimony. Albany, June 15. This morning Sena tor Sessions testified that he knew of no legislator receiving a bribe in any Legisla ture; had no idea as to whether legislators could be so influenced; had no reason to believe that Bradley’s vote could be influ enced by money, or that he was dishonest; he believed him to be honest; when he first talked with Bradley the latter said, “ May be you won't be disappointed in my final vote,” which witness construed to mean that Bradley was voting to please some Grant men in bis district, aud would finally , vote for Depew; he did not know that Bar ber, with whom ha had had several talks in Woodin’s rooms, was in the pay of the Central ltailroad, and never heard any thing about the Central ltailroad in his rooms; had seen several games of cards played in his rooms for a 25-cent raise; couldn’t swear to seeing Depew in Barber's rooms since May 29; had bought some stocks this year through Spencer, Trask & Co.; did not know that Depew kept his ac count there. Bangs offered in evidence two articles published in the New York Tribune in May and June, 1879, denouncing Sessions. Pending the discussion as to their admis sion the committee took a recess. A Sickening Sight. Chicago, Jane 15.—Yesterday afternoon about 4 o’clock, a gentleman walking on Pine street was horrified to find at the base of the water works tower the body of a man with his head jammed into the ground nearly a foot and his neck broken. He gave the alarm and a crowd quickly gathered. While they were wondering and speculating upon the sickening sight, a German named Victor Gangelih rushed out from the tower and, pale with fright, told the following story, During the aft ernoon he had come across the deceased, who gave him the name of Hugo Von Malapert, and who said he was shipping clerk for a firm at 176 East Adams street. Malapart proposed that they should take a walk up to the top of the tower, which they did. As they were coming down, and had made about one-third of the distance, the deceased said that he had left his handkerchief at the top, and went back, while his companion waited. He was gone so long thft Qangelin became alarmed and reascended the stairs. Fiading no signs of him, he quickly ran down, and found that Malapert had jumped from the top, 190 feet, to the ground, and lay dead at the foot of the tower. Grant and the Administration. Washington, June 14.—General Grant’s outspoken condemnation of the Adminis tration has added forco to the whispering that Stalwart Congressmen will, after Con gress meets, antagonize the Administration. The talk seems to have come from disap pointed office-seekers, but Grant’s open op position creates the impression that it will be done. A prominent Conklingite to-day said that the purpose of Grant, Conkling and their friends will be to drive Blaine from the Cabinet for threatening to dis turb the Republican supremacy in the Sen ate and House. The Administration thinks slightingly of this talk, and is confident that two Administration men will be re turned in the place of Conkling and Platt. The WyoBlng Miscegenation Case. Cheyenne, June 14.—1The famous mis cegenation case, wherein a Chinaman and a white woman were indicted for intermar riage, the ceremony having been performed in Colorado, was decided to-day by Chief Justice Sever. The Court held that the marriage being legal in Colorado it was legal here under the statutes, and defend ants were finally discharged. A curious outgrowth of the case is that the China men here have ostracised the bold groom, Lee Chin, and claim that he disgraced their race by marrying a white woman. ran Franelseo Mint to be Inves tigated. Washington, Jane 16.—Secretary Win dom laid yesterday that he would probably be prepared to appoint a committee to in vestigate the charges preferred against Su perintendent Dodge of the San Francisco Mint within a few days, and that he had already telegraphed to a gentleman asking if it would be convenient for him to serve, and that he was uow awaiting a reply. Another Ballot for Senators. Albany, June 16.—The vote for a suc cessor to Conkling stood: Crowley, 2; Wheeler, 25; Conkling, 81; Jacobs, 49; Cornell, 10; Rogers, 18; Lapham, 10; Tre main, 8; Folger, 8; Bradley, 1. Ad journed. The vote for a successor to Platt stood : Depew, 64; Cornell, 10; Kernan, 50; Fol ger, 8; Platt, 27; Crowley, 4—no choice. Adjourned. Ths President I’rgetf Not to Aid the BeadJnsters. Washixoton, June 15.—Congressman Ticker, of Virginia, yesterday urged the President not to aid the Readjusters in the pending election, as their suocese would injure every interest of the State. The President said the Cabinet would decide the matter. The President is strongly in clined to help Mahone. Urlaeom the Faster. Chicago, June 16.—John Oriscom lost three-quarters of a pound yesterday, and twenty-five pounds since the beginning of his fast, nineteen days ago. He weighs now 172M pounds. He is cheerful, but the fast begins to tell on him in various ways. What Coakllng Thinks. New York, June 14.—Yesterday Conk lmg said to a friend that the question of hla re election will soon be decided because the developments which are to come in the bribery case will either cause the half breeds to vote for the stalwarts or seek an adjournment. NtiMtniuinK the President. New Yobk, June 14.—The Seventh Assembly Republican Association adopted resolutions last night approving the posi tion of Garfield and the appointment and confirmation of Robertson. OVER THE WATER. House of Commons In Committee on the Lnud Bill—The Bill Pro gressing' Rapidly—1,000 Amend ments Withdrawn—Forster to Re sign—One Hundred and Seventeen Persons Arrested I'nder the Co ercion Act—County Cork tlulet. [Special to the Sintinil.I London, June 15.—The House of Com mons went into committee on the Land bill last evening. Gladstone agreed to an amendment proposed by Charles RusboII (Liberal), in accordance with which the landlords may refuse to admit a purchaser as a tenant upon reasonable grounds, as the recital of the grounds on which the landlord is entitled to object to a tenant, contained in the original draft of the bill, had caused much ill-feeling in Ireland. The bill ia progressing rapidly. On Sat urelay Uladstone will maite a statement with regard to the course of public busi ness, with special reference to arrange ments for making progress. In the Land bill the Liberal members have withdrawn over 1,000 amendments. New York, June 15. — The World’s London correspondent says : I havo rea son to believe that Forster will shortly re sign the Chief Secretaryship of Ireland. The Home Rule members have abandoned the obstruction against the Land bill con ditionally. It is said that the retirement of Mr. Forster, the honorable member for Brad ford, understood the duties of his office. On returning for re-election, he boasted before his constituents that he would rule Ireland aB it had never been ruled before. He had never set a foot in the country. That, however, was not considered any drawback, for, as a rule, the office is be stowed on the most insular of Englishmen, and he had r.o experience qualifying him in any degree for the appointment—failure was inevitable under the circumstances, but he ha',-achieved an unpleasant failure. He is the most unpopular chief Secretary Ireland has ever had for half a century. LTp to last night 117 persons have been arrested in Ireland under the Coercion Act. Henry Mahoney, recently arrested at Bal lydehob, claims American citizenship, but it will not help him much, as he is charged, among other things, with arson. County Cork is comparatively quiet. The farmers are busy haying. Hundreds of agricultural laborers have gone to Eng land, and the Einsole fisheries are unusu ally prolific. St. Petersburg, June 16.—The Golos states that such a number of peasants are emigrating from the Government of Ton isk to Siberia, because of their poverty, that the ferry over the Volga is scarcely able to transport them. The Bulgarian Government has decided , to expel the correspondent of the Golos and some othors. PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. CALIFORNIA. Thomas Callahan Kicked to Death by a Horse. fSpecial to the Sentinel. Ybeea, June 15.—A young man, named Thomas Callahan, while on his way home to Oro Fino after visiting Fort Jones yes terday evening, was thrown from a horse, and his foot catching in the stirrup the horse kicked him badly. He was fatally injured. OREGON. A Host of Persons Drowned. Portland, June 15.—John Gein, a boy 14 years old, living in East Portland, was drowned in the Willamette at 6 o’cloek last evening by falling off a raft. Thomas Cockcroft, a fisherman, was drowned at Ilwaco yesterday by the cap sizing of a boat. Two brothers, named Barry, went out fishing some days ago for the Occident Packing Company. Nothing has since been seen or heard of them, and it is certain they have been lost. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. Matthew Montgomery Mortally Wounded. Colt ax, Jane 15.—This morning Wash. O(field shot and killed Matthew Montgom ery in a quarrel over a piece of land. The shooting occurred near Wawawal. ARIZONA.. Grading for the Sonora Lino of Railway. Tombstone, June 15.—The Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe Railroad Company have a force of 500 men grading for the Sonora line of railway in Sonoita Valley, 50 miles west of hare. This makes it a certainty that the line will come through Tomb stone, and the immediate vicinity of Hua chuca, Patagonia, and the Santa Rita min ing distriot. Ex-Senator Stewart left for El Faso on Saturday. He pronounces this one of the richest mining districts he has ever visited. The Girard Mining Company have de cided to erect a 20-stamp mill at once. AH ATHENIAN ROMANCE. How Two Oakland Brand* Were Nnateked from the Burning. S. F. Stock Exchange. In Oakland, the Athens of the Pacific, the Eden of California, tho serpent, that ancient enemy of man, has shown his ngly head. It is a sad tale, a story of passion oddly mixed up with religion, and we pro ceed to its relation with that keen regard for the feelings of others which has ever characterised this journal. When Moody and Han key sang the praises of purity in Oakland, and Jasaured the natives of that delightful village that they would be eternally damned uu less they gave np their hand squeezings and hugger-muggery, a fair soprano, mar ried, and a military gentleman, also mar ried, sat in the front row and drank in re ligion as the thirsty stag quaffs the water from the brook. She sang " Where is My Wandering Boy To-night?” (her husband is a San Francisco merchant) and the mil itary man groaned “ Hold the Fort,” in in an impassioned bass, while the good Mr. Moody blessed them for a brace of con verts. And in the calm days succeeding those nights of heart-felt devotion, those brands, snatched from the burning, sat side by side in the male brand's buggy, and drove through quiet country ways, and stopped at quiet country inns, while their conversation was of religion and the bliss of adding new souls to the great mass of creation. It is recorded that the male brand would halt his buggy some distanoe from the female brand's residence, and play the opening bars of "Nearer My God to Thee'' on a tin whistle. The lady re-, joined with a stanza of “ Come to' Jesus,” and the innocent pair would drive forth into the great and scandal loving world, and oompare their impres sions of the Bible from Genesis to Revela tions. But the military gentleman had one terrible and unpardonable weakness —he kept a diary. In this little book it was his wont to record all the conversions he had made by the lay ing on of hands and other methods, to gether with the details of how his female penitents received tho mighty truth. In el woeful hour his wife lit upon the diary, ELiid, to use a phrase expressive, but almost sacriligious in such a connection. She “ tumbled to the racket,” and she not only tumbled to her husband but she made the deuce of a racket herself, so loud, indeed, that jt reached the ears of the fair convert’s spouse. He most emphatically disapproved of the manner in which his wife was led to the fold, and was sinful enough to sue for a divorce in Redwood City. The Court was likewise depraved and irreligious enough to grant it. and to award the custody of the convert's three young children to the plaintiff. The mat ter stopped here. Tho amateur evangelist burned his diary, and his wife forgave him. But in Oakland tho maids and matrons, and the virgins they call vestals, still revel in the most delieions morsel of scandal that prolific town has yielded for many a day. __ (IIRAP MOSEY. The Chicago News says the rates for money in that city are phenomenal, and notes “advertisements of money to loan on Chicago real estate at 5 per cent per annum. Twenty years ago the rates were nearly double, or 8 to 10 per cent. During the depression, from 1873 to 1879, a large amount of real estate in the city, a good deal of it productive, was bought in by trust companies which had ad vanced upon it.” NEW TO-DAY. NEW Dry Goods Store " ....or.... MAHER & MANION. Northeast cor. Main and Clark eta. CCONTINUES TO BE THE CENTER Ok AT J traction. Ths principal cause of our success is tha* we give our customers Better goods and more of them for their money than any other hoiae in town. Our stock is new complete, having added many new goods within the past few weeks, and will add from time to time whenever there is anything new to be had in the wholesale market, so our cus tomers may always rely upon getting fhe latest and best the market affords. LADIES Will confer a favor on us and save on their purses by g ring ns a call before making a purchase elsewhere, as they can easily discern the difference between our prices and those of our competitors. GENTLEMEN Will also Aid It to their advantage to purchase their furnlibfng goods from us, as our prices are lower tkan the lowest. THANKS. We thank our customers for their past pat ronage, sue hope they will continue to favor us We will try and merit it. O'JB MOTTO : STRICTLY CASH^ ONE PRICE ! No Trouble to Show Goods. MAHER & MANION. CONTRACT TO LET. A contract For SINKING TWENTY flve feet on the Green Seal mine. F«»r particulars inquire at McEwen’s grocery store, on lower Main street. Bids will be received up to Monday noon, June *0, 1881. The com pany reserves the right to reject any or all bids. je!6td ALEX. HOPE, Superintendent. GERMANIA. THE GERMANU CLUB WILL MEET AT the Opera House on FRIDAY EVENING next, at 9 o'clock p M All the active and passive members are earnestly requested t*» be present. JOE KOEEBER. President. Otto Boktzxl, Secretary. Jel6td To Win IiBay Concern: 'VT’OTICE* IS HEIEBY GIVEN THAT I have this dsy told to George Peterson all accounts of the Sacramento Blacksmith Shop business. He slone is entitled to collect the same. Parties knowing themselves to be indebted to such business will please settle with him. H. C. BROWN. Eureka, June 16, 1881. Jelfl 3t All persons arehereby forbidden from working or in any manner trespass lng on the Bayard Taylor Consolidated Mining Company’s property. jel43t H. B FARLEY, Foreman. RE-OPENINC ■ —or the — - City PioOTh Callery. LOUIS MONACO THE PIONEER AND SUCCESSFUL ARTIST* NOTHING BUT THE BEST AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES Are taken at this Gallery, with all the latest Improvements of finish and style. COPYING, either Plain or Finished, in Crayon.. Color, or Ink, made a specialty— Crayon work partlfularly. Also, ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any size desired. LOUIS MONACO. o9 Photographer and Proprietor. Stop and Read! Extra Dry Crashed and Granulated Sugar, by the barrel.16o per lb By the Helf Barrel.16 l-9« 6 lbs Crushed Sugar. SI OO 0 tba Extra Dry Granulated Sugar... f 1 OO 0 1-2 lbs Golden Gran. Sugar. $1 OO And all kinds of Groceries aud provisions in the same proportion. FOR CASH OlSTIFSTl _AT KEMP'8. *• B.--I Can and Will Stoll Oroeer* les and 1'rovlstouB Cheaper than Any One Who Pays Kent or Bor rows Money. H. K. KEMP. Eureka, Much 16,1881. mbietf J. B. UNGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor ! Two doors North of the Western Union Telegraph Office, North Main Street, - Eureka Has just received and keeps con stafitly on hand a new and well selected stock of the latest patterns of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make up in the latest styles, and atprlces do suit tbe Union. %3TAlteration and repairing will be promptly attended to. Kursk*. September 20,1880. s81-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Fourth of July EXCURSION ....TO.... San Francisco & Re' n! The management beg leave to announce that they have completed arrangement!* with the C. P. and B. & P. R. R. Go’s For an Excursion to San Franciaco and return, leaving Eureka SATURDAY, July 2, At 5 A. M. It* turning, leave San Franciaco on Tuesday, July 12. Fare for tire Round Trip, S33.00 Two Children Under 12 One Fare. Children under 5 Free. The Cheapest Opportunity ever offered to • viait the GOLDEN CITY!! Running through to Han Francisco on special time, connecting at Reno with the yinia Excnrsion Train Containing Five Hun dred Passengers. A lay-over of ten hours will be necessary at lieno, thus enabling the Crossing the Sierras by Daylight, The Great Feature of the Trip. Tickets Good Only for the Particu lar Trains Mentioned. Subscription List Now Open. Tickets Must Be ^old Before For farther particulars apply to MOLINELLI & SMITH. Managers. STRIVED OR ST0LU\. ITtROM THE MINERS' BAKERY. NEW Town. Ruby Hill, Thursday evening, June 2, 18*1. a bay horse, medium size, white spots on back three white feet, branded with an S Inside of ring on loft shoulder, and be tween 5 and 3 years of age, A* reward ut $20 will be paid to any one returning the animal to the. Hill or the Hextixel office. Je7 2w PUBLIC NOTICE. ■VroTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ordinance providing agalust the deposit iug of manure at pointa within the town limits will hereafter be forcibly enforced, and that I will nrreat or cause to be arrested any pi r*on or persons found violating the ordinance to any extent within the limits of the Town of Eureka. MATTHEW KYLE. Hheriff Eureka, June 10, 1881. jell lw PUBLIC JIOTICE. I>UBL10 ATTENTION 18 CALLED TO Town Ordinance No. 4, Section 5. which provides for the arrest of any person found guilty of committing a nuisance, or of INDE CENT EXPOSURE OF PERSON upon the Fubllc streets, aud notice is hereby giv. n that will strictly enforce the ordinance hereafter and arrest every person found committing such offenses. MATTHEW KYLE, Hheriff. Eureka, June 10, 1881. Jell lw The water will be closed orr from the entire town to-night at H o’clock and will be turned on to-morrow morning at 6 o'clock, and will contluue to be closed off from day to day a* 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. je7ti GEO F. BLISS, Superintendent. HOTEL BUSINESS! FOR SALE. fpHE OWNER OP A WELL ESTABLISHED * hotel in this county, doing a good buni. neiF, la desirous of selling the aatue and retir ing from business. Any perty wishing to pur chase c n have the privilege of remkiuing in the bouse a reasonable time for the purpose of satisfying themselves of the amount of busi ness transacted. Por particulars apply at this office Je8tf Dressmaking. MRS. SHIPP WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THE LADIES of Eureka and vlclutty that she la pre pared to do Dressmaking in all its various branches. She would solicit a share of the public patronage. RESIDENCE—On South Bust Street, oppo. site the Opera Hsuae. Eureka, June 1, 1881, jun'Jtf J. TIED JET REPAIRER OF LAYING AND CLEANING CARPETS. .Prices Reasonable. S7*Laava order, at Martial City Drag Store. JellU 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’mTapestryBrussels,90c per yard Roxbury Tapestry Brussels, $1 per yard Crossley’s TapestryBrussels, $1 25 per yd Crossley’s Body Brussels, $1 75 per yard Three-plys, - - - - $1 25 per yard Hand-looms - - ■ 75c per yard Superfines ----- 50c per yard Oil Cloths ----- 50c per yard M. J. FRANKLIN & CO., ■a*™ EmtEKA* JVEVADA. SUMMER, 1881. SUMMER, 1881 San Prancisco Clothing Stun. NOW READY! NOW READY! The Finest and Largest Stock of CENTS’, YOUTHS’ AND BOY8’ CLOTHINC FURNISHING COOD8, HATS AND CAP8, ' BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC. TRUNKS AND VALISES. After renovating and enlarging my establishment, I have imported a Large Stock of the Fin eat Goods that can be bought Eaet or We*t, and can surely eay that i have the The Best Assorted stock In Nevada, And I Invite the public to call and satisfy themselves that all I state 1 am abla to prove. 1 have on hand the Latest Styles of Dress, Besiess and MM Si, 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 Goode are eold for the Lowest Living Price*. Examine them and you will surely be suited. H. KAYSER, South Main at., next to Charley Lautenshlager’s. WORK HORSES FOR SALE ao HEAD ....or Lisas.... American Work Horses *«. .AKD. . . . MULES! C.n b. purchutd on good term, by tn.klng .pplle.tlon on South M.in.tre.t, oppo.lt. th. Richmond furn.c.. to myMtf OEO. W. LAROllREitt X. Berg's Family Grocery tour n»B.u tr..li Egg..SI **<• »'«>r i'HHV..7 US Eli. < »»«■ l.ut*. per < «.«.7 no luyjttf II. BEIIO. GRIFFIN A ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —AW1>— Insurance Agent*. OFFICE IN WIUN, FARIO A CO.’S BUIIDINO," MAIN STREET. EUREKA. ORtce boar* from ft o clock a. r. Ip 8 r ¥• FOR K/E2STT. TWO STORES. Adjoining the grooeby store or H. Kind, on North M.ln »tr«et. There 1. a good cellar attached The itora* are well adapted for any kind of merchandising buai neaa. For particular* apply to_ Diyistf Joseph vanxni. A. HAWAII. I- >■ ,W|S Oppoalt* Lanaber Yard, Main Street, Eureka. AGENTS FOR Baker & Hamilton .. FOR Champion and Buckeye Maciiines Hay Presses, Horse Was, And Fanninit: Implements of all tois Supplied on short notice ....AT.... Sacramento Prices GROCEJH/S . ..A»» GENERAL MERCHANTS Eur«k>, April». 1**'"