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TrE^V.:r— JCXE 28, l«. ■ " sKIlV.MAN.Loc.l Subscription Agent 'tbutkbb*'" ktuck mux. ■■■■ Fr»n«l»<-oN<o<-l4 r.irkR*g*. horning board, 295 Oul.ir—7 140 Mexican—11 l«i 70 Gould A Curry—0»6i 130 Beet A lteloher- « 2g5 California—l-k>c 140c «5 Savauc—32 m: 14 )0 Con Virginia—305c 305cblo 20 Chullar—265c i«l Hale A Norcrnea—41 ,c 270 Crown Point—21Bc 2l0c 100 Yellow Jacket—Af 350 Imperial—15c 20c 110 Kentuck—230o ^SNev"u-^m l?i 124 181 05 Utah—Of 280 Bullion—16*c 140c 475 Overman —155 lliOc 5'tO .1 native—1 105o 1 735 Uni,m—114 Hi lU 11S HI 114 ow Alta—4 405c 400 Julia—55c 200 Caledonia—40o 100 Lady Washington—20c 450 Andes—195c _2 510 Scorpion—1,5o lbOc 500 Challenge-95c 90c ]00 Caledonia—40c 150 N Kx Utah—165c 90c 150 S Hill—2--4S 400 Benton—110c lone 35 G Gate- 280c AFTERNOON BOARD. 100 Belmont—80s 950 G Prize—50c 20 Manhattan—2I5c—ass t palJ 450 Tnscarora—25c 50 Day—175c 10 Knreka—30f .11 260 Albion—370c If 380c 430 Wales—150c 400 Mt Diablo—94 . 750 Holmes—20c 380 Bechtel—If KX) Tioga—70c CD*) Syndicate 30c 100 Concordia—110c 100 Goodshaw—40c 50 Belvidere—50c—ass’t paid 725 S Bodie—5c 45 Mono—3 1(8) University—10c 20 Mt Diablo—94 30 Day-If 300 Addenda—2uc 20c 500 Noonday—125c 200 S liulwer—85c—aas't paid 250 N Noonday—75c 800 ()ro-70c C5c 1.10 S King 213 21J 80 H Center—105 100 Sulphuret—3 20 N Belle-194 500 Star-25c_ OPEN NENNION — 41 SO P. »». Yellow Jarket Slab 3*i»; Gould A Cnrrr eVjaO'a*; Opliir Cha; Con. Virginia 305a 805a; Overman 165b; Mexican lU^a loSb; Hale A Norcroaa 405b 415a; Sierra Novada 12a 12’ia 12’ia; Silvpr llill 261>; Wales Con 100b; Bullion 135b 110a; Crown Point 2201; Savage 3‘a; Union U1** HH<i Andes 206a; Utah O'ib; Beat A Boleher 18,. Alta 4b 416a; Benton 105b; Alpha 810b; Exchequer 135b; Bechtel 160b 165a; Belcher 330a; Mount Diablo IMt; Benton 110a; Justice lb; Gcorpion 160b. I. * P. PASSENGER TRAVEL ARRIVALS SUNDAY XIOIIT. W P Hukall E Probert Q A Stephenaon Mias Annie Smith N Smith C M Mikel A wf A W Campbell Win Peters Jaa Gill arrivals last skidt. J E Anderson wf A c C Fountain James Smith J W Wendell Hwlel Arriviste. Jaeksou House--J. B. Qrant, I.eadville; Mias M. Osborne, Pioebe; M. Hartnett, Proapect Mountain; A, Fraser, Adams Hill; D. MoNaugbtou. Ruby Hill; A. B. Miller, Huntington Valley; H. C, Fonater maker, Flab Creek; M. Sullivan, Newark mine; L. L. Weilaworth, Chelsea. Turner House—J. Lanvon, Virginia; A. Steiuhoff, Lewis; H. Story. T. Andrew, city; H. Treloar, Secret Canyon; T. Cum mings. Prospect Monntaiu. Parker Houae-C. Barnes. Ciublnnati; n. Hanson, A. Curdy, P. D. Hicka, J. An derson, Ruby Hill; A. Horn, Nova Scotia; F. Hansen, Alpha; Q. A. Stephenaon, J. T. Raker, city; J. Gill. W. Deter. Virginia City; J. Martin, Garden Paaa; W. Kenne dy, Huntington Valley. Eureka Con. Lfltfr. Eureka, June 35, 1881. W. W. Traylor, Secretary- Dear Sir:— Affaire at the mine remain about the same as per la«t report. No change worthy of •pecial mention. Both furuaeca ire run ning ai usual. The following | rospect work has been done in the several drift* this weeks: Fourth level—Drift west, 7 feet: In all, 178 feet. Eighth level—W> ii.se sunk 8 feet; In all, 8 feet. Kislith level — Drift from raise, 11 feet; in all, 371. Ki^htn level—Upraise, 15 feet; III all, 27 feet. Tenth level—Drift east from chamber, 12 feet; in all, 105 feet. Eleventh level — Drift weet, 5 feet; in all, 53 feet. New shaft, tA f**t. ln all, 857. Y . Thos. J. Heap. Superintendent. The Baldwin Hotel. It may interest the Eureka exenrsioniata to learn that II. A. Unruh, at one time agent of the E. A P. It. It. »t Eureka, i. cashier for E. J. Baldwin, of the Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco, and that the gentle man will do everything in his power to secure the comfort of those of our people who msy stop at that grand hostelry. Mr. Unrnh informs tbo Bextixkl by letter un der date of Juno 34, that parties can en gage rooms in advance by writing to him, and thus be sure of agreeable quarters during their stay in the sand-hill city. In oonssqnenee of the large oxcttrwlnn, hotel room may be in demand in San Francisco on the Fourth, and it will be advisable to look ont for quarters ahead. now llo Hakei Aiwiyi. The Idaho Messenger, published al Chsllls, in noting tho fact that a certain minister wee going to visit the towns of Custer and Bonanza, in the Yaukoo Fork country, speaks of that visit thus: “He says he intends to assay Ike people up there and see what they are made of. An old Yankee Forker is of tho opiuiou that by the time he pulverizes them in the mortar of morality; fluxes them with the litharge of hope, faith and charity; molts thorn In the cruciblo of the gospel and refines them in the cupel of piety, he w,JI not have righteous motal enough to re ceive the imprint of tho smallest die in the mint of tLe church.” Senator Itoollu. A New York oorreapcndent of the 8. F. Stock Eiohango uyi tbit Judge-Senator Wat. Doolin of Eureka. Nevada, la here He bat mlnee for eale, and tber are good once, aaye Wm. D. Ae New Yorkera are alow flab to bite, tbe Judge hae aencluded tooamp awhile aud atudy the babite of the people. _ Dharcoal Burned. On Friday laet aonie T.000 or 8,000 buehele of eharooal were burnod ou Tru man Cornforth’e ranch, on the "'oat fide of Antelope Valley. It ie not kuuwn how the charcoal waa fired. Wheu the ueigb bore eaw the emoke and weut to the ranoh, Mr. Cornforth had left, and nothing baa been heard of him alnoe. Go early and aecure bargain a at the Ban VfMMfgM Clothing Store • rxur dust. ■•raps from tha NotcbMk »l it,. NeiitluH’a RsporUr. Carson sends 100 persons on the San Francisco excursion. Ed. It. Clute lias a house of five rooms to rent, completely furnished. A nicely furnished front room in the Sentinel building is for rent. Mrs. James E. Anderson and child ar rived from the East last evening. Alpha Lodge, No. 1, A. O. U. W.. meet at their hall this evening at 7:30 o’clock. A new and elegant rosewood piano is offered for sale cheap. See advertisement. Superintendent W. H. Smith, of the Comstock, is expected on the Range soon. Hon. Clarkson N. Potter of New York will pass Palisade to day on his way west. The Grand Jury meets at 1 o’clock to day. A prompt attendance is requested. Go to Colerick Bros.’ stables if you wish to purchase some flue American work horses. Bishop Whittaker will officiate in the Episcopal Church here tho Sabbath after next. The Miners’ Union have deferred their picnic until after the Union Guard have theirs. A small desk key has been left at this office, which the owner can get by apply ing for it. Both civil and criminal business is run ning very light in the*Justice's Court these times. The funeral of John Rodda was largely attended by tbe citizens of Ruby Hill on Sunday last. Everything is running smoothly at the works of the Knby-Dunderberg, and they are doing good smelting. Judging from the programme of ex ercises for the Fourth on Ituhy Hill, they will have a fine celebration. Judge J. C. Lansing left yesterday morn* ing on a professional visit to Lewis Mining District, in Lander county. The District Court yesterday ordered a venire for 36 additional jurors, returnable at*2 o'clock this afternoon. Ralph Emerson has located 1,500 feet on the Mary Ann lode, situated on the western slope af Prospect Mountain. The Union Guard Band made some fiue music on Sunday afternoon at the Star Brewery garden, on Spring street. The parties who visited the Cottonwood Park on Sunday, express themselves as highly pleased with their first visit. The Albion Company's delinquent sale notice appears in another column. The list of delinquents is unusually small. Sunday evening Sheriff Kyle extin guished an incipient fire in a vacant cabin in Pioneer Gulch. It is not known how the fire occurred. There appears to be a growing demand for Overman at slightly advanced rates. It looks as if Bill and Bob were after the old ffuctuator again. R. Rickard aud family will leave for San Francisco to-morrow morning. Mr. Rick ard has the mountain fever, and goes for the beuefitof his health. Business look* very lively about tha Richmond works. They havo a large num ber of men employed in making repairs— at the refinery and furnaces. Captain Day. Deputy Sheriff on Ruby Kill, was yesterday presented with an ele gant pistol. It was given him for his per sonal protection. It’s a banger. A committee of the Union Guard on Sunday selected for their picnic ground the same place they had last year, a short distance below the Italian Ranch. Griff Griffith’s departure for the battle ground has already had &u important boar ing on Wales stock. It rose ten cents a share vesterday after the Boards. Col. B. H. Taylor, an old timer on the Coast, made a farewell speech to tha Pioneers of Virginia City last Friday night. Ke intends removing to Arizona. Wo regret to learn that onr old fellow townsman. Charley Fi*ke. w as burned ont clean and clear at the late tire at Tomb stone. lie was engaged in tha furniture business, and had no insurance. The Nnlbiual tiiuir. About 100 spectators were drawn to By laud’s baseball grounds on Sunday to wit ness the game between what was intended to be the niuo which played at Austin aud a picked team. The basebalkrs, however, arranged the nines to suit themselves, and it was virtually a contest between picked teams, the Albion* figuring conspicuously on one side and the Chloriders on the other. Tho former were successful by a score of 10 to G. Some very fine playing was indulged iu up to the eighth inning on both sides, hut in the last innings the Chloriders became demoralized. At the conclusion of the seventh the game stood, Chloriders 5, Albioas 4. Muldoon pitched for the Albions and HardigAu caught, and both played excellently. Muldoon is devel oping into a scientific pitcher. He has got a number of the curves down fiuely, and is full of the tricks that made Leary of the Hop Bitters famous a few years since. IIis delivery is marked by such a variety of movements that the strikor is kept on the lookout continually for a now dodge, and it is interesting to note at times the quickness with which the sphere passes from the catcher to the pitcher, and then back into the catcher’s hands. Tho Chloriders were not supported as well behind the bat by Denny Mann as their opponents were by llardlgan. but Denny worked hard to stem the tide of ill-fortuue, and is deserv ing of considerable credit for the mauner in which he stood up to the racket of a new pitcher almost every tuning. The fielding on the part of tho regular players was very fair. and showed what a picked nine was capable of doing with a strange club. All Important Ktrike. B. C. Lew, Superintendent of the Bow man mine, informed tlie Sentinel last evening that a rich aud important discov ery had been made in the property within the past few days, which will not only bo particularly gratifying to tiio stockholders iu Boston, but will also have a highly important bearing upon a pioeo of territory in litis camp to which hut comparatively little notice has been given in the past. The atrike was made iu two parts of tbs mine. Tito first was made three feet from the msiu slisft on the 50 foot level. Here a ltdge waa encountered three feet wide, and displaying ora wbloh assayed MS in gold and *03 in silver. On the 113 fool |, Tc | a drift waa run 20 (cot, aud it is be li, ved tin?surae lodgs has boon struok. It is narrower, however, being ouly 18 incites wide hut is correspondingly richer, the ore assaying *310 in gold and $17 in silver. The shaft is 10(1 feet deeper, and a drift is being run from that point to intercept the vein The ore so far disclosed is different from that of the Huby Hill mines, and is clear of galena, being of a milling nature. This appears to be somewhat strange, as the Bowman adjoins the Richmond on the north, and is distant only 2,000 feet in a diiect lino from tin latter’s main abaft. wr Lew is highly elated at the atrike, aud believe.'he ha. developed a real bonanaa fur Lid tnonpyc'd frUnan at lut Hub. Sl.iice tor • geaUd bids, for tb» ptirobess of itook, ftatures, and good villi cf the business bareLofore oouduoted by If. Kaysrr of *bi» olai o will bo received at tlie o«co of the Nsustadtcr bn,a.. at tbe corner of Pine and batterv etrcete, San Francisco, until Tin adav. duly 5. noon. Inventories of tbe stock can be ascii at Ills store in Eu reka. 01 at tlie office of Nouetadter. m Han Fraueiaoti. ^ _ <or|irl>l SnrpeSitl Messrs. Franklin A Co. bars the finest assortment of carpets ever brought to tliis market, and sell then, at astonishingly low prices. Call and ixau.lue tbe various patterns. No trouble to show goods. • | T1IOAE IXMOCKVr G!BLA. A LiUle of th« Trne InwardncM of Their Adventure. The San Francisco press is considerably exercised over the recent adventure of the two youDg ladies who were arrested in Eu reka and sent back to their homes at the Hav. The Chronicle of the 24th has a lengthy item on the subject, which shows that the writer interviewed one of the girls, who gave her version of the escapade. The young lady, however, has not con fined herself altogether to the trnth, or the reporter has misrepresented her. As is perfectly natural, she exonerates herself and companion from all blame, and ac cuses th’e intelligence office man, Mr. Han sen, of misstating the nature of their em_ ployment. This may be so; but the fact that the girls went into the saloon and I •crved one night, from 7 o'clock in the evening to 4 o’clock next morning, and were thoroughly satisfied with their pecu liar occupation, is a partial refutation to their representations of ignorance as to what they were required to do. In an in terview with a Sentinel reporter, Mr. Prevost, the saloon-keeper who had sent for and employed them, asserted that the girls’ fares were paid to Eureka by Mr. Hansen, but that the fares would'have been gradually dadneted from their wages, which were $4 and $5 a night respectively. In the interview with the Chronicle re porter one of the girls stated she had to pawn a diamond ring, a family relic, “ to meet the exjienses of the trip.” Particular stress is also laid upon the fact that the girls slept in one bed together during the entire time they wero in Eureka—three nights. Well, peHiaps thjji is owing to the extremely modest and virtuous char acter of that class of the Base Range pop ulation who frequent “ pretty waiter girl ” saloons. The press of Eureka acted with all due charity toward the girls, and re frained from publishing their names, giv ing only such matters connected with their adventure as had become gossip; but as they appear to have a penchant for public notoriety, and are endeavoring to throw all the blame of their reprehensible acts on the shoulders of others, it is only just to the latter to give the facts as they occurred. Shortly after their arrest by the Sheriff, which they accepted without the least sign of coutritiou, one of the girls in formed Mr. Prevost that she didu’t care a bit, but would run away from borne again the first opportunity she got. The two nights following their arrest they were as happy and frisky as young goats on a stable roof, and not until the father of the young lady of San Francisco ar rived (Sunday evening) did they appear to comprehend, or desire ta comprehend, their sinful step. Then they broke down, and sobbed and cried as if their hearts were breaking. This scene they kept up for several hours. The next morning they left “ the fumes of railroad furnaces,” as the Chronicle states, which Eurekans will recognize as the Base Range. The Han Francisco Examiner, in alluding to the subject, states that there was nothing in the advertisement calculated to deceive the girls, and hints that High School graduates are.not so easily misled. This is the sum and substance of the whole matter. Han Francisco girls are not as verdant and unsophisticated as the Chron icle writer attempts to make them. Of this we have undoubted proof in the waiter girls now in Eureka, some twenty in uumber, all of whom, we believe, were imported from the moral city that lies by the Golden Gate. A Little Bat! Blood. An extremely lively row occurred on Main street about 8:30 o’clock on Sunday evening among gome of our “cousins” from the Hill, a large number of whom bad been “down town” all day. The quarrel appeared to have orignated from a trivial cause in a saloon and was trans ferred to the street. Here it was taken up by a tall, powerful looking man on one side, and a short, heavy-set fellow on the other. The big fellow without much ceremony dealt iiis comparatively puny oppoueut a terrible blow in the fuco, which tumbled hiuPauiong the crowd, but he soon recov ered and went for his antagonist like a bat tering ram. The big fellow let out his bunch of fives again, hut missed his aim and stumbled, or was tripped. Quick as lightuiug his opponent got his head in chancery, and then proceeded to polish off the aggressive giant iu the most approved P. R. style, the crowd, which numbered about UK) persons, getting worked up to the highest pitch of excitement. Blow followed blow, and sounded like the dull thud of a pile driver, while the blood was streaming in a torrent from tho battered man's face. An officer finally arrived on the scene, but the crowd tore the combat ants apart and spirited the aggressor away. This was very neatly done, and completely mystified the officer. Several other scrim mages are reported to have occurred dur ing the evening, but none were of so seri ous a nature as the first. The Comet Club. The S. F. Stock Exchange says that a new club of nice young men has been formed in that city under the title of the Comet Club. The President is a member of the Big Board, and the Secretary be longs to the Youug Mens’ Christian Asso ciation, but frequents the prsycr meetings only whon disguised. The objoets of this club are never to retire to rest without seeing the ethereal stranger, and if there is a fog, to remain up until the fog hxa dis appeared, and consolo themselves as best they can during the obacurutlon of the comet. All ra'ional amusements that tend to direct the mind into a scientific channel are permitted by the constitution. So billiards, because of its mathematical char acter, and poker, becaase of its specula tive character, and hot whiskies, because of their chemical character, are not only permitted, but the members are earnestly advised to engage in them. Whether the Comet Club will remain in existence after the disappearance of their heavenly sng geator, or not, is doubtful. It is likely, however, that a few of the members will be carried to their long resting place, vic tims to a thirst for scientific discovery, be tween the Kalends of July and the Ides of December. Wedded tor Life. The marriage of H. D. Johnson and Miss Ella H. Kirkpatrick was solemnized last evening at the residence of the bride's mother on Nob Hill, Rev. Mr. Ricker of Ruby Hill officiating. The affair was a happy one in all its hearings, and the couple wore not forget ten by their friends, as a large number of valuable presents wero received. After the ceremony the guests, comprising the immediate friends of the contracting parties, were hand somely regaled with a sumptuous supper. At a late hour the company dispersed, amidst the most cordial felicitations for tho happiness of the yonug couple. The Skntinku joins in the congratulations, and acknowledges the receipt of cake aud wine to propitiate the union of two souls, •to. Hut Weather. The warmest weather of the season liu been axperlenoed daring the ptat two days. On lumUy the thermometer ranged as high aa 91 dagreosin the aha.lp at Jo'oloek, ami at 7 o'clock in the evening It indicated 87 degrees, with- hardly a breath of air Stirring, yesterday it was not quite so warm, though the mercury climbed uo to 02 at 2 o'clock. Later iu the day a slight 1 thunder storm passed over the town, but no rain fell. A good shower ia very much needed, and it is not improbable but that this extreme heat may bring one around. --- ttcsNlly or 1.1.borers. The Tiiuos lteview says there is a scarcity of hands for hay-making this season, and it is uot improbable that a large quantity of grasa will remain uncut for that reason. PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. CA1.IFORKIA. Iam of the Aklp Fr»k**»l» **• Carp*. Valued at |H#,4M-Tw# Uratha from Aeeldeuta— Deatrue tlva Fir* at b*baatu|>o*l. (Special tc the S*«TIHKL I San Foancisco, Jane 27.-— Late this afternoon the tug returned from the Farallones, having on board the Captain and crew of the Franconia. The ship is rapidly breaking up, and with the cargo will be a total loss. The insurance on the cargo was effected in San Francisco, and amounts to $110,405. Richard Lewis, an expressman, was killed by falling from his wagon yesterday morn ing. George Ecker, aged 14, tried to ride a spirited horse yesterday near the Park entrance, and was thrown, receiving in juries that will prove fatal. A Grass Valley dispatch says: At the fire this afternoon at Sebastapool, the mine and works were entirely destroyed, and it is thought that the engine and boiler are ruined. The pumps in tho shaft are lost for the present. The timbers in the in cline are burning, which will necessitate sinking a new shaft before work can be resumed. The origin of the fire is un known. Four men who were down in the shaft made their escape through a drain tunnel. • The loss is $12,000. San Fianci.sco, June 27.—The steamer New hern brings the crew uf the schooner Eustace from Maz.itlan. ana the particulars of the killing of the Captain and firing of th® vessel by a maniac cook: The cook, who had shown signs of deineutia, suddenly stabbed the Captain as he entered the cabin. He then ran iuto the closet where the axes were kept, and the crew closed the cabin doors. The cook contioued walking about the cabin several hours, and threatened to fire the vessel, which caused the crew to get the boatr ready. Soon after smoke be gan rising from the cabin and the crew left hastily, as the vessel had 2,300 kegs of powder on board. Soon after she blew up. The maniac undoubtedly perished in the explosion. The crew reached Mazatlan after a sixty miles pull in a heavy sea. THE TRIAL OF EVE Dl'E, An Interesting Vase Developed from a Cutting Mcrape. The case of Lue Due, charged with an assault with a deadly weapon upon Cow Tow, ou tho 20th of May last was called in the District Court at 10 o’clock yester day morning. The particulars of the af fair, as given in tho Sentinel at the time, were to the effect that Lue Due had cut and stabbed Cow Tow so severely that his life was despaired of, but Cow Tow has survived his injuries, and appeared iu Coart yesterday to prosecute Lue Due. The trial appealed to excite more than or dinary interest among the Chinamen, and the Courtroom was thronged with them during the day. But it was plainly evi dent that their sympathy wps entirely with Cow Tow. Messrs. Davenport and Wines conducted the prosecution, and Geo. W. Merrill the defense by order of the Coart, tbe prisoner having, it is claimed, neither money nor frieuds. The proseention ex amined five witnesses—two white and throe Chinese—and clearly established the fact that Lne Due stabbed and cut the prosecuting witness. But the prosecution failed to elicit anything with regard to the causes which led to tbe af fray. Tho Chinamen would only testify to the fact fbat Lne Dae used the knife and had a large revolver in his hand. Their testimony went bo far, and no fur ther. The testimony of the white wit nesses was only of a nature to show the position and condition of the prisoner and the wounded man when the fight was really over. The defense placed the pris oner on the stand, and he made the follow ing statement: lam the only Chinaman of my company in Eureka; Cow got jeal ous of me because I took some work away from him; we had six quarrels off and on; three times lie threatened to kill me; on the afternoon when tho fight occurred Cow approached me with tbe knife on the table; I ran into the Joss house, but he followed; I jumped upon hipi very quickly and took the knife and threw it away; he then pulled a revolver, and I grabbed hold of that; we struggled ont of tbe Joss honse to tbe pavement, where some friend gave the knife back to him; I grasped it as he ass taking hold of it and wrenched it from his hand; I then used it to defend my life, and we tumbled off tbe bank into tbo stroet; have no friends in Eureka; bad only a little pistol in mv pocket; the knife and pistol that were drawn belonged to Cow Tow; he baa tried to kill ms, and called me from where I worked that after noon to kill me. His examination and cross-examination lasted two hours, and if his story is true, and it was plausibly delivered, the wicked ness of the Cliineso character has received further illustration. Mr. Wines opened the prosecution slid Mr. Davenport closed it. Mr. Merrill speaking for the defense betweon their efforts, all of which were more or less eloquent and impressive, and gave the jury a hard nut to crack. Judge Itiees charged the jury hr icily at 5 o’clock, aud immediately after it retired, hut up to 3 o’clock a. a. it had not agreed upon a verdict. _ Peculiarities »f the Year 1891. An Eastern paper points out thst the year 1881 is' au arithmetical curiosity. From right to left and from left to right it reads the ssme. Eighteen divided by 2 gives 9 as a quotient; 81 divided by 9 gives 9 ; if divided by 9 tbe quotient con* tains a 9 ; if multipied by 9 the product contains two 9s ; 1 and 8 arc 9. and 8 and 1 are 9 ; If the 18 be placed under 81, and added the sura is 98. If the figures be added thns: 1,8,8, 1, it will giv<v 18. Iteading from left to right it is 18, and 18 is two-ninths of 81. It also reads the same upside down, tho first year eapable of be iug so read since 1991. l’erhaps this was tile reason why Mother Shipton selected this year as a convenient one for the end of the world. -- No Nor* Excuses. After this evening, says the San Fran cisco Examiner, it is well that married gentlemen should understand that the excuse for staying out until 1 o’elook, ” waiting to see the ooraet,” is now ob solete. Thewusn who tried it last, and told ilia wifs that ” Venus was dazzling in her brilliancy.’’ was not rceieved with on ihusia»m. ft was an unfortunate astro nomical allusion, for if there is anything that wives detest, it’s an admiration for the Venus that is out of bed and dazzling at any such unseasonable hour. Fire at Reno. Tbe residence of United States Distriot Attorney Varian was burned at Reno oa Friday afternoon. It is supposed that it was set on fire by children - playing in the •table. Loss, about (3 500; insurance on bouse and furni'ure, (2,300. Nearly all tbe furniture, wearing apparel, etc , iu the house was saved. Tito Excursion, Mulinalli A Smith have fifty and odd more applications far the San Francisco excursion than they can accommodate, the C. P. Company having limited them to 138 persons, and will not furnish them with another oar. M. It. RartleU Has the most complete wholesale liquor aud cigar establishment ou tire coast, and the only one in Eureka. He buys his goods in tbe East, and is prepared to fur nish tire trade at Sau Francisco prices. * Imported cigars, finest brands kept by Davidson at the P. O. Cigar Stand. * MISCELLANEOUS. IN" E1W Dry Goods Store * ....OF.... MAHER & MANION. Northeast cor. Main and Clark sts. CONTINUE8 TO BE TH* CENTER 01 AT traction. Ths principal canae of our success is that we give onr customers bettor goods and more of them for their money than any other house in town. Our stock Is new complete, hiving added many new goods within the past few weeks, and will add from time to time whenever there la anything new to be had in the wholesale market, so our cus tomers msy always rely upon getting the latest and best the market affords. LADIES Will confer a favor on ns and aave on their purses by giving us a call before making a purchase elsewhere, as they can easily discern the difference between onr prices and thotfe of our competitors. GENTLEMEN Will also find it to their advantage to purchase their furnishing goods from us, as our prices are lower than the lowest. THANKS. We thank our customers for their past pat* ronsge, and hope they will continue to favor us. We will try and merit it. OUR MOTTO : STRICTLY C*SHj_ ONE PRICE I No Trouble to Show Goods. MAHER & MANION. jelfttf LOOK OUT I THE WELL KNOWN Bazaar AND EMPOHM OF FASHION Hm Jut received from the but the Flret Invoice of FINE CLOTHING ....AID.... Gits' Mil Goals! The Largest Stock ever brought to Kureka. THE BAZAAR Will continue this Sprint to Sell, m ncnal. at FURTHER COMMENT UNNECESSARY, PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. D. NATHAN, Proprietor “Banaar.” J. COHN, Manager. Enr*kt, April 8, 1881. ipTtf F. J. SCHNEIDER, ft DRUGGIST, ft [AST SIOI MAIN STRUT, THIRD DOOR SOUTH Of OURS. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, -ACCURATELY PREPARED At all hours or the day or night. Orders for Drugs and Medioines, —Promptly attended to— I hav* else a roll Line of Perfumery, Toilet udales Hair Brush?*, Tooth Broshes, Wat and Bath Brashes, Etc.. And In f sot srery thing usually found in a first class Drug Btora. r. J. SCHNEIDER, Proprietor. Eureka. Ions It, 1880. Junll tf $7,500.00. A (M Qncejr Minina Men. The above bum will now but the Lemon Hill property, located In tbe town of Eureka, oppoalt* the Eureka Con. furnace.. The mill ait* haa a frontage of over JOO feet, on which la a 15-atamp mill, with good engine* and boiler*, two Whit* h Howell furnacea, with all the raqulilt* machinery for running lb* earn*. Alao, a building of four room*, u.ed a* an aaaay office. Tb* proparty la cot. •red by * U. ». Paunt. For particular* In quire of A. D. HABKELL. Eureka, June 11. 1881. jeiatf FOR SALE. THE OLD STONE SALOON, ....ON.... North Main St., Eureka. THREE BILLIARD TABLES ... .TOGETHER WITH THE.... Furniture, Pictures, Etc., Etc. Tot p.RlouUr. tpplr to BON NETT I * NOBQANTINI. aylTW WANTED. 500 Woodehoppers AND HAULER8 Can And two yeara’ employment with JOS. liHOUGHTON k CO.. Welkenrille, Montana. One Dollar and a half per Cord, paid at the Stump. J j.Jl lm we«Tver Toll ow*! BOTH IN STYLES, QUALITY AND PRICES. Up to date we have brought the Fashions to Eu reka and reduced the exorbitant prices that the people of Eureka have been in the habit of paying; not only have we inaugurated these reforms, but will keep up our standard against high prices until the people of Eu reka and vicinity learn to protect themselves. It will only take one call from the most skeptical to prove that our prices in Dry Goods, Fancy. Goods, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Havelocks, Linen Uisters, Ready Made Suits, also, in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Lace Cur tains, and, in fact, all House Furnishing Goods, have never before been equaled in Eureka. ONE CALL WILL CONVINCE VOD THAT THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO PURCHASE IS AT MORRIS & LEVY’S. New Store! FRESH GOODS The Undersigned Has Opened a GROCERY, PROVISION END General Supply Store I In Bishop & Carpenters’ Stone Building. NORTH MAIN STREET. FRESH, CHOICE BUTTER AND FRESH EASTERN CURED MEATS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Special attention paid to the selection of Choice Fish and Syrups in the Eastern markets. A SHARE OF THE PUBUCJ’AfRONACE SOLICITED. Prices will be as low as any Responsible House oan afford. Clve me a call and Examine the Goods. I keep none but the best quality. LIQUORS A SPECIALTY. apl7tf _P. N. HANSEN. Now is the Time! SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ARRIVED AND ARRIVING EVERY DAY. Never before in the history of Eureka has there been offered such an immense display and variety of Men’s, Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing at so low prices as I now offer for the present season. My Stack of Fur nishing Goods has been thoroughly replenished with the nicest goods of the season, which I also guaran tee unsurpassed In low prices. Besides, I have j^st Imported an entire new stock of Hats, In endless varieties, for this season, which I have marked at pop ular prices. I also call attention to my well selected stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Etc., all at the lowest prices. Assuring the public I mean business, I take pleasure in extending a general invitation to all to call and examine my stock and learn my prices; M. DAVIDSON, Main Street, Eureka, Nev. Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hat*, Cap*, Shirt*, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Value*, Ete. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY.', FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EMEU Full Lines nf Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Two doors north of dark r pity's rtalooi* Livery, Sale ....KVD.... Feed Stable! MBS. HILLH0U8E HAVING POUCHASFD of Bishop k Carpenter the stable 1 uild. ing formerly occupied by Moore Bros., has de termined to make ibis A First-Class Stable! _t— Her Buggies and Carriages sre now betug re paired and overhauled. She has on baud a large amount of TTA^r ^ 1ST ID QRAIIT Which Is offered for sale in any quantity and at reduced prices. Eureka March S3,1861. mb 231 f FOB _SALE A FIRST-CLASS SALOGN. Wltrt BAR FIXTURES A»P iTOCE OF Liquor* mid Cl rare on h»wd. Tb* tfuWa 1* (1 three door* l!r.rib of the Court U0UM». »a4 ut-urly npp'fciU Write, F****tl ft Co, * s.tti.w. ill the tu*'H Viir*-ii*. (U ♦ Ufr*4 Camay, Kev»4«, *wt 1* d“li v * *n*«d »*u *»« »# Tbi- )o<*tton U o|»*» «f il*f no et » l-glM* tu th# tuN»u. I inquire of m« p»>pri tor «*»« tin- prem ise*. L RaLI-IOI. CLOSING NOTICE, WE, THE USDVRKIftNEP. BARBERS OF ) umki, r*»jwot*nlly liifoiui « wr rue« t.»*» rrn th-1 w♦» h*v*> iur« •*«! t" i l«*e * Ur p •<« * o* buN'ti*** »YKfcY KIM AY si th* hour of *1 o'clock, blmrp, brgii nh*K n* *IHHtid**.4unr ltf. MiTT KCHAtZLEIK, HENRY CASEY. JelT lm ROBl BY BERRY.