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(Eureka JDailn Sentinel.
WEDNESDAY.....JCSE 29, 1831. ^"gKILLMAS.Loci! 8ub«criptlun Aeml fe»rt:KUAr» htiack wai.ks. Shu Fr»nrl»c® N»o«'U KirliAntr. MORNINU BOARD, 175 Ophir—Gg 305 Mexican—101 1C3 370 Gould A Curry—0| 110 Best A Belcher— >2} 170 California—135c 130c 130 Savaee—310c 310c _ 015 Con Virginia—3 2U5e 225 Chollsr—205c 2(i0c 210 Potosi—320c 310 llale A Norcross—410c 405c 340 Crown Point—240c 245c 100 Yellow Jacket—5} 5| 50 Ken tuck—240c 100 Alpha—310c 320c 305 Belcher—340c 40 Confidence— 410c 400 S Nevada—12 Uj Hi 11$ 105 Utah-'.l* 9} 2G0 Bullion—140c 13 « 230 Exchequer—UkV 1150 Overman —175c 170c 100 .Justice— 105c 400 Union—It 10j 10} 390 Alta—405c 110c 550 Julia—55c 50c 4‘4) Caledonia - 4dc 400 S Hill—30c 10 Challenge—85c 2oo New York —10c 100 Andes — 205c 120 Scorpion—150c 3,10 Benton—105c 175 N Pis U tab - 85c £0c 190 New Wells Fargo—30c 10 Seg Belcher—7i AFTERNOON BOARD. 50 Manhattan—2 Gdrt G Prize—45c 50c 40c 35c 90 N Belle—20 350 Argenta—lOo 15c NX) Star—25c 3(X) Tuscarora—25c 200 Day—1} 170 550 Albion—3} 200 Wales—1} 170 30 llodie—0} 1100 Bechtel— H .six) Holmes—25c 100 Tiogo—65o 200 Syndicate—25c 2IX) (ioodihaw 35c 40c 130 Bulwer—2} 100 Blackhawk—20c 450 Booker—10c 230 Mono—3 BOO Addenda—25c 135 Noouday—llOslO 115 13(0 N Noonday—75c 65c 200 S Bulwer—35c 1150 Oro—80c 75c 80b30 250 '1'iptop—380 385 30 S, King—21} lUO Sulphuret—3 300 G and O Abe—H OPEN M'ttSIO* -4:30 F. N. Scorpion 130b 135a; Union lOlab 10>*»; Savage 3b 3«; Becbtel 145a 150b ICOb; | oplnr 6‘*a; Sierra Nevada 11a 10>»a 101*e; Belcher 320b 320e; Heat A Belcher ll»4e 11a- Mexican 9‘,» 9Ha9'ia; Hale A Nor croaa 4a 4b; Alta 390b 4a; Utah S', b; Po toalSlOb 815a 810a; Gould A C’urrv 5lib; Overman 165b 165a; Yellow Jacket 490a; index 180b 180a; Now York 10a; Cln.llar 265b; Alpha 3b; Con. Virginia 2Ve 2v<a; TYalea Con 160b; Crown Point 2•; Bul lion 185b; Silver Hill 30a. K. * P. PAMtENUKIt TUAVRIm DIPABTCRIS TBSTERPAI MOBMDCO. L L Wadsworth B I) Strait W F Ltghtner J Mt-dling and wife ARRIVALS LAST N10 ITT. W H Duocommins Dr E I) Do Ls Matyr Jodge C J Lansing J Bennett J Lovie H Gilmore Hotel Arrival*. Jackson House—J. Oliver, city; Mrs. Armor and child. Pioche; C. P. Brooks, E. Mace, Utah; D. Coffey, W. Thomas, Ruby Hill; R. H. Harrison, H. B. Thomp son, Ruby Valley; D. McQuaig, Newark Valley. Parker Home—M. E. Sharp, Newark; J. J. Riley, eity. Turner Honae—A. Stelnhoff, city. The Stock Manipulator*. The 8»n Franciaco Post says : “ VTs think the person who is ‘playing' the pros ent maiket for very low prices will be soundly punished. Whilo the large area of virgin ground now accessible in the leading mines is being explored, there will be occasions whan the “shorts” will he in a position to profit through Judicious sales at periods when values are too much strained. But the indiostious now visible at certain points In tha Comstock lode are so strongly In favor (or tbs finding of ore bodies that a continuation of the explora tory work ia likely to promote a growth in the market which will cause price! to re cover what tha.v have lost, and whioh will set against tbs 'short' interest iu the cud." The Enterprise says the games of the man ipulators at Ban Fraucisoo arc a more side show. No matter what schemes they might be absorbed in dowu there, a show ing of ore here woald knock them all end wise Id less than two houra. And, aa Bau eho Panza was wont to aay : “ When leaat expected the hare starts." A New Ball Club. The Richmond Baseball Club, of which mention was mad* In the Sentinii. sev eral days since, haa been organized with the following players: II si digun. catcher ; Riley, pitcher ; Maun, first base ; Davis, second base ; P. Green, short stop ; Wn ooatt, third base; J. Green, left field; Ryan, center field. The ninth man has also been aaoured. The club, as it stands, is a pretty strong one, and as it takoa away three of the Albions best players, it will •train that club to bring a force into the field to battle with the new organization. Riley is an old-time San Francisco pitcher, and with a little hard practioe will have au effective delivery. Wescoalt is au excel lent player—a good fielder and bard h tier. The two Greens and Ryan are from Mubv Hill, and ar* valuable men. The club is In earnest and Intends to wrest the looal honors from the Albions. A Lueky Miner. White Pine New* : June* U. Clinton, a ] minor it the Stir, who ii one of the but potted men in the Bute on ricing mitten, bought * pool in New York, linking bit ooin on Lorrillord'a Iroqnoii winning the Derby race, and won $3,200. Mr. Clinton tried to get a pool on Jim Keene’i Fonhall winning the Grand Prix at Parii, but tent hii money too late. We will weger a big red apple that Clinton ie to tho manor born, and hli pride aa an American in American atook haa evidently atood him in luok for once. He beti hit coin on Brother Jonathan atock againat the world, and wa heartily congratulate him on the reault of hli venture. __ E. A C. It. llallroiul. George Roea, Buperiutcndant of Con •truetion of thll road, who haa baan atop plng In Ward a few daya, aaya the Reflex, In raplv to lnqtlrla* Informed na that **»• aral Una of rail* had bean ablpped by wav of Ban Franeiaoo, and that ground would b* broken at Eureka on or about July a, or a* toon aa tha aurveya can be completed. Thla aettlea It and the road will be far on ita way to completion before tho year la out. _ Ixaaaalva Vie of Tobacco. There U hope for the Bodie guzxler yet, lay* the Free Preea. Theother day a man waa taken to a New York hoapital Buffering from an acute atUck of delirium tremena. Re had never taken a drink of apirltuoua liquor* In hi* Ufa. Tha phyaioian* pro nounoad it a oat* of tremena from the *x MUlVI AM Of toteMO. m r di’ht. •crap* from the Notebook ol the Aim*tinUeporter. M. 8. Sharp arrived from Newark Valley yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Meddling have gone on a visit East. The Eureka Club will give a social dance to-morrow evening. Gu« Hintze leaves this morning for a visit to Ban Francisco. Calisher is in receipt of a splendid as sortment of stationery. Dr. E. B. De La Matyr returned last evening from an Eastern visit. John Van Burcn Perry is still confined to his house with rheumatism. Green corn and watermelons have made their appearance on the Comstock. Judge C. J. Lansing returned last even ing from Lewis District, Lander county. Mountain Lodge No. 27, I. O. 0. F., will meet at their hall at 7:30 o’clock this evening. Ed. It. Clute wishes to sell his house. We stated yesterday that he wished to rent it. Bill Sweeney informa us that it is impos sible to got up the proposed races lor the Fourth. * Master Frank Titus will attend Mc Clure’s military school at Oakland at the next term. Buy your clothing at home; you can purchase it here quite as cheap as in San Francisco. Dick Hyland is burning a kiln of 220 000 bricks in the propinquity of the Ei ,«ta Cemetery. Mrs. Julia Brown has returned from Cherry Creek, and will remain here during I the Bummer. Homo needed repairs are being made at the Eureka Con. works, but the furnaces will not be closed down. Jack Godfrey will pay a reasonable re ward for the return of a canary bird that made its escape on Monday last. The llescue Hose boys are making exten sive arrangements for their Fourth of July ball. It will be a nice affair. Mrs. Biddlingmeyer, who has been visit ing her sister Imre for several weeks, left this morning for Wood Hirer. Nearly the whole Hue of Comstock shares took a tumble yesterday. Crosscutting does not seem to amount to much for a raise in stocks. L. L. Hobiuson, Hon. Win. M. Stewart and Wm. 8. Wood, attorneys for the Al bion Mining Company, are expected to ar rive this evening. Large quantities of wood aro being hauled iu and stowed away for Winter use. As soon as we get our new railroad, the occu pation of the wood-haulers will be gone. Tho weather has moderated. F.ighty »ix degrees at noon yesterday and 81 at 6 p. m. A high wind was blowing through out tho day, which modified the atmos phere. The whole force of the Sheriffs office is kept very busy in serving aubpenas for jur ors in the Richmond Albion cases, and also for witnesses in the criminal cases now pending. Two colored men attempted to settle the question of superiority in a wrestling bout in a back yard last evening, but were prevented from tho athletic exercise by the prcsenco of an officer. The family excursion that was to have taken place to Cottonwood Park next Sun day has l>een postponed on account of the Fourth, which occurs on tho following dav, and the excursion to San Francisco which takes place the day previous. Apply to the tarnml Jury'* Report. Editob Sentinel: The Grand Jury of this county, which has just concluded its labors, makes w hat seems to me a very ex traordinary report. Among other things, they erroneously assert that a Deputy Tieasurer is now employed, which they al lege is without precedent in the history of tho county. Were it not for the fact that several members of the Jury actually know that this statement is absolutely and unqualifiedly false, we might be constrained to allow this assertion to go uunoticed. But when the office of the County Treasu rer has been attended to by a deputy for the pist four years in the banking house of the Foreman of the Grand Jury, it will hardly do for him to plead ignorance of the fact. It is true that under the oldjaw the deputy was not paid a salary by the county. But it is also true that under that law the Treasurer was allowed a salary and fees, and commissions on collections, w hich fees and commissions are now paid iuto the County Treasury, and the cost of that of fice to the taxpayers of the county is no more expensive now than when the duties were performed by the cashier of the bank ing houso of Paxton A Co. It would seem that the Grand Jury have taken especial pains to impugn the action of the County Voimnissioners in this as well as iu other respects, and in so doing have entirely dis regarded the facts in each case mentioned, with one exception, and that is regarding the condition of the County Jail, and in that matter the County Commissioners are willing and anxious that it should be reme died os soon as the funds of tho county will warrant tho expenditure. A. W. Campbell, Chairman of County Commissioners. DlntrCMl, The jury Id tho case of Lne Due, charged aith an attempt to kill anothor Chinaman, returned into Court yesterday morning and informed the Judge that they could not agree on a verdict, seven stand ing for conviction and five for acquittal. The Court read over a part of its instruc tions again and sent the jury back into confluemout, urging them to agree on a verdict, and adding that theae trials were of too much importance and entailed too heavy an expense ou the county for it to accept the report that they could not agree. Counsel for defense exoepted to the veibal remarks of the Court. At 4 o’clock in the afternoon the jnry were again called iuto Court, and finding that they could not coutc to au agreement the Judge discharged them. The result of one ballot atood six fur conviction and six for acquittal. At the closo the jury atood sovcu for conviction and five for acquittal. A rine Stock of Oooill, Wm. E. Davldaou, newsdealer and sta tioner In the Poatofliee building, ha* fitted up bis store very De*tlv, aud koeps con stantly on hand a complete stock of blank books of every description, photograph and autograph alliums, gold pens, sheet music, pocket ktiiv.a, fancy goods, writing paper, and everything usually kept in a atationery atom. Also, a full supply of tho latest periodicals and magazine!. Call and see the new outfit. Election of OlHeera. Alpha Lodge, No. I, A. O. L\ W„ elected the following officers, to serve for the en suing six months: A. E Shannon, M. W ; E J Butler, 0. F.; W. E, Taylor, 0,;I; 0. C. Whitmore, B.J H'T Wm. Pardy. Reed J.* Yager, I. W.; P. MoMlIUn, 0. W., a. Bertrand, Treasurer^ _ Asa likaalv* rouaolldotlon. It la rumored that a Urge quantity of mining property, consisting of the Pros pect Mountain Tunnel and its belongings, with several mines in the vicinity of tlio tunnel have been consolidated aud sold to an English company. This would make a largo aud valuable property. (arpKtil Moasr. Franklin 4 Co. have the finest M , r , > carnets ever brought to this mirke™ ami loll them at astonishingly low price. Call and examine 'he varlou. pattern*. No trouble to .how good*. • BEFORE THE BAR OF JI UTK'C. Adolphe llervo on Trial lor the Hilling of Max Trielarhel. The case of Adolphe Herve, for ihe kill ing of Max Trietschel, in the rear of Bremenkanipf 'a saloon in the lower part of town, in May last, was called in the District Court at 10 o'clock yesterday, Judge Kives presiding. The day was partly consumed in impaneling a jury, and it was 4 o’clock p. m. when the follow ing peers were sworn in: Hank Knerr, I’. 1*. Canavan, P. N. Hansen, Jacob Har ris, John Errickson, J. B. Ayres. A. T. Trofetter, I. J. Wilson. Henry Ratcliff, John Bailey. Jas. G. Douglas and Godfrey lleviere. District Attorney W. H. Daven port conducted the prosecution, and W. W. Bishop and Robt. Beatty the defense. The prisoner appeared in Ccurl in a new suit of clothes, and sat between his coun sel, looking somewhat depressed in spirits, hut watched Ihe proceedings of impaneliDg the jury with considerable interest, occa sionally communicating somo information about a juror to hit attorneys. The Dis trict Attorney made tho opening argument in liehalf of the Btate, and waa followed by Mr. Bishop for tho defense. A. D. Rock was the first witness callod. Ho testified to the correctness of the map which is being used as a diagram of the scene where the shooting and killing took place. Jacob Tbierkauf sworn — Knew Max Trietschel; know the defendant; before the shooting occurred was in the Brewery Saloon; saw the difficulty; stood in the rear door; the deceased and another man were rolling barrels in front of the brew ery; afterward the deceased went into the soda factory where Bob Jenkius and Adolph Herve were working; a little difficulty occurred in the factory, and the men came out ; the d< fendant ran up to his cabin a little dis tance off and procured a pistol; Jenkins and the deceased stepped ou to a little stoop, where Max Trietschel struck and knocked Jenkins over; Mr. Bremeukampf came up by this time and asked what the trouble was about, putting a hand on de ceased’s shoulder; Herve came up and fired a shot in close proximity to the deceased; deceased turned round hastily and re marked, “ The d— d-— is shoot ing at me;” he then started after the de fendant, and ran round the corner of the saloon, and disappeared from sight; shortly after another shot was fired, and Hervo came running around the corner again, the deceased following; the deceased cried out to stop defendant, ran a few steps fur ther while in sight and fell, dying in a few moments; didn't see him strike defendant; didn’t hc-ar any words between them. On the cross-examination by Mr. Beatty, wit ness said deceased was standing in front of the brewery, facing Jenkins, Bremeukampf alongside, with one hand on deceased's shoulder, when defendant fired the first shot; defendant was about 15 feet off when the shot was fired; deceased’s back was was turned; couldn’t tell whether the bul let ranged upward or whether it struck the wall in a straight line; when defendant came from his cabin ho had his pistol about half drawn from his pocket. The Court here took a recess until 7:30 in the evening. EVENINO SESSION. M. M. Johnson sworn—Know the de fendant; witnessed the shooting; was on the mountain directly opposite where the shooting took place; recognize the defend ant as one of the parties to the shoot ing; my attention was called to the affair hy a woman’s scream; saw a crowd of live or six men between the saloon and the brewery; saw a knock down, and a few minutes after another; then saw defendant coming round the corner of the soda house and tire a shot; saw defendant running down between the buildings with a man after him; when tiny got around the cor ner the defendant fired another shot at the man who was pursuing him; the man fell, hut got up and ran after defendant; the defendant fired while running, turning round quickly; recoguized the defendant distinctly. Cross examined—Was about 500 yards off; recoguized defendant by his general appearance, his gait and stoop shoulders; did not hear the report; saw the Hash; did not see anybody strike defendant; the first I saw of defendant was coming round the soda house; when the second shot was fired tho parties were about four feet apart; the man who was shot ran back to the place where the first shot was fired; shortly af terward saw defendant running up Main street. At this juncture Mr. Davenport called upon Judge Rives to bo sworn for the prosecution. Mr. Bishop objected, but af terward waived the objection. Judge Kivea sworn—Was with Mr. John son on tho day of tlie shooting; screaming attracted our attention; did not recognize the defendant; saw a small crowd in front of the brewery; saw a large man push a small mau twice; small man stag gered and fell; afterward saw another young man come around the corner of the soda bouse and fire a shot into a crowd of three or four, not more than four; this young man, no doubt the defendant, then ran down botween tho buildings and around the coiner of the saloon, pursued by the deceased, when the defendant fired another shot; the defendant continued to run; deceased followed him; afterwards saw defendant trotting up Main street. W. H. Hemiugton swprn—Remember the shooting; recognize the defendant; was present with Judge Rives and M. M. Johnson on day of shooting; saw one man push a smaller one; then saw defendant coining around the corner and fire a shot; defendant thon ran down between the buildings and around the corner, when defendant fired another Bhot, turning half way round while running; the deceased wavered and was about to fall, but re covered and ran after defendant. Mrs. Rremeukampf sworn—Know de fendant; knew deceased; saw the difficulty oil the 25th of May; was in my kitchen; heard some loud talk; riiBhed out; heard deceaaod say to Jenkins, "I will never give you a job again;” Jenkins replied, “I never asked yon for a job;” thon decoaaed pushed Uorve against a wagon; he then turned and pushed Jenkins against the wagon; then they got into the soda house, and had a little controversy; then called for my husbaud, who camo out; all the parties camo out of the factory and stood upon the stoop, when a shot was fired; did not see who fired the shot; didn't hear the second shot; was very innoh excited; didu’t see defendant after deceased pushed him sgslust the wagon; saw deceaaed after be was dead. Hr. BremenkampI sworn—iiemern uer the shooting; deoeased and Antou Eckor were employed rolling barrels; deceased told me that “if any —-asks me for a job again, I will knock him down,” some words then passed between deceased and Jenkins; made an effort to settle the difficulty, and while we were standing talking a shot waa fired; de ceas'd said, “the — - is shooting at me,” and started after defendant; did not see defendant around until then; deceased pursued de fendant around the oorner of the saloon, when another shot waa tired, and ahortlf alter defendant came in sight followed by deceased, who ran a few steps and fell dead; don't know whether my wife stood alongside of me when the first shot waa fired or not, didn’t aee her; wo were talk ing quietly when the first shot waa fired; I thought the ahot was fired from the in side of the soda bouse; waa watohlng the deceased and Jaokina; triad to find out what the difficulty was between them. Cross a*amined-Hare not seen Herrs from the time when the seoond ahot was fired until now; did not see my wife when the first shot was fired. Auton Eeker sworn—Knew deceased and know defendant; was present when the difficulty occurred; was pitching bar rels during the afteruoou; deceased asked if he had to pitch the barrels; he then en tered the soda house: there was a dis turbance ill there, and I thought I heard some punching; then defendant came out with his hand to his mouth, which ap peared to he bleeding; did not see defend ant after that, because I attended to my work; did not see the first shot fired; after ward saw where the ball struck. Hobt. Jcukins sworn—Know defendant and knew deceased; was working at the brewery daring the difficulty; while at work I went into the aoda house; deceaaed came in and aaked me why I didn't "pitch” the barrels, and told me never to ask him for a job again; I replied that I never had aaked him for a job; he then knocked me down; think defendant came in then and waa atruok by deceaaed; I got up and went out; deceaaed followed me and knocked me down agaiu; had seen de fendant around during the day; after I waa knocked down on the outside I went back into the aoda houae, and stood about four feet from the door; Bremenkampf and the deceaaed came up and stood on the outside on the stoop; then a shot was fired; it was about half a minute from the time I went into tho soda house; I don’t know what oc curred after that; I waa confused from the blows I had received; did not hear of any trouble between the deceased and defend ant during the day. The testimony of Dr. Nesbitt, given at the Coroner's investigation, waa offered as evidence by the prosecution. The Court then adjourned until 10 o'cluck this morning. The Courtroom last evening was crowded with spectators, and a deep interest ap pears to be taken in the trial. Counsel on both aides expect to submit the case to the jury by 12 o’clock to-night. THE GRAND JURY. A Partial Report of Tlialr Delibera tions. The Grand Jury, through its foreman John E. Plater, made the following partial report at 3 o’clock yesterdby afternoon. The following true bills were found: 8fate of Nevada vs. Adolphe Herve— Charge of murder. State of Nevada vs. Lue Due—Charge of assault with intent to kill. The Grand Jury respectfully recommend that the County Commissioners condemn as a nuisance (in that it endangers the safety of the entire town), the block next south on the east side of Main street, be tween the property of the Richmond Min ing Company and the Eureka and Califor nia Lumber Company. At the solicitation of the County Com missioners a committee was appointed to examine into the condition of the county roads, and find there is a disposition to close up certain roads which should be open to public use, and believing the County Commissioners to be the ousto dians of all public matters, respeotfully recom mend the said County Commissioners to take such action as may be necessary to further the public convenience. The committee on jail matters report as follows: Wo examined the jail and find it in tha following condition: The cells are lined with two-inch plank, and are filled with vermin. The vault, being in connection with the cells, we find in a most filthy con dition, breeding pestilence, not only to the iomates of the jail, but to the attaches of the Sheriff’s office as well, and also to the immediate neighborhood. We recommend to tho Honorable Board of County Com missioners that they immediately take somesteps toward remedying this evil; and we would suggest that there be new cells constructed— made out of iron—with better ventilation Ilian at present. We therefore again call the attention of the County Commissioners to tho disgraceful condi tion of the jail, which for the past seven years baa been a blot upon the humanity of the county, and a reflection upon each successive Board of Commissioners from 1874 to the present time. We, therefore, claiming to speak for and in tho name of our fellow-citizens, denounce the present condition of the said jail as disreputable and nauseating with its foul odors, thus rendering it uufit for the lodgment of the most depraved wretch. We, therefore, de mand in the name of common decency and humanity that the County Commissioners take such immediate steps as may be nec essary to remedy tho evil and thus free the people of this county from the just aoou sstion of violating those well established laws which civilization prescribe tor the government of society. E. R. Clcti, Chairman. We find in the office of the Treasurer a deputy employed at a salary of S123 per month. This deputy is absolutely unne cessary, aud the employing of such an offi cer is without precedent in this county, while the payment of this salary is waste ful extravaganco and the appropriation of the public funds to an illegetimate use. The Grand Jury after having carefully examined into the matter, found a large aum expended each month for cleaning the streets and personal property. While they recognize the importance of adopting all sanitary measures which may preserve the health of the community, as also such other measures as may prevent, or to some extent mitigate the fearful conflagrations common to all mountain towns, they, the Grand Jury, regard the allowances mon thly made as unneoessarily large, and request the County Commissioners to give this matter their attention, to the end that the pubtio money may not be squandered, and that every service performed for the publlo benefit may not be compensated for at a rate beyond all reason. John E. Plate*, Foreman. W. 0. Hills, Jr., Secretary. WARD ITERS. From the Reflex of the 26th. A nugget valued at $100 waa found in Blair's claim at Osceola, Wednesday last, by George Richardson, Fred Hilp was over in Taylor District Mouday last, and gives it as his opinion that there is $100,000 io sight in the Monitor mine. Niueteen tons of ore shipped to Eureka a short time ago from the Monitor mine, Taylor District, assayed over $250 a ton at the Eureka Con. furnace. A letter was received here a few days ago from Frank Beebee. who is now in Butte City, Montana, in which he says that the camp bids fair to beat the Comstock at any stage. A passenger named Creary on yester day's stage from Pioche, stated that at the time of leaving Silver Reef there waa strong talk of hanging Greenbaum, the man who attempted to fire the town. Jack Gilmer, accompanied by his expert, Prof. Jeuney, took anothor look at Taylor District Monday and Tuesday last. He is evidently favorably impressed with soma of the mints over there, but don’t like the figures they are held at. Mouday last the air pipe in the npraise from the Martin White Tunnel was tilled up by rook and dirt from a blaat, and iu attempting to reach the face of the up raise Ben Snell and Tom Callahan were overtaken by foul air. Thoy were rescued before getting a severe dose and soon re covered. Frank Breckinridge of Osoeola reports that Pat. Reavy screened 21 sacks of ore (less than a ton) from the Red Monster, a few days ago, and from the screenings washed out $82 in a rocker. As but a small portion passed through the screen it is plain to be seen that the ore is exceed ingly rich. Kueleus of tile Mew Comet. Through Senator Fair's big telescope the nucleus of the new comet looks white and porus, or spongy, souswhst resembling a ball of raw ootton. The tslesoopo shows a ragular disk. Around ths edges of this, small films appear to as tend in all direc tions. The east side of the tall is a olean eut line, while on the west side are films like hairs or.ths fine parti of e feather. Bo says tbs Enterprise. H. B. Burliest Uas the most complete wholesale liquor and cigar establishment on the coast, and the ouly one in Eureka. He buys his goods in the East, and is prepared to fur nish the trade at San Francisco prices. • Impobted cigars, finest brands kept by Davidson at the P. O. Cigar Stand. • Oo early and secure bargains at Uia San Francisco Olothiug Store e MISCELLANEOUS. ILT 13 "W Dry Goods Store MAHER A MARION. Northeast cor. Main and Clark its. ('10NTINUE8 TO BE THE CENTER Ok AT J traction. The principal cause of oar success is that we give onr customer* better goods and more of them for their money than any other house in town. Oar 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 cue tom erg may always rely upon getting the latest and best the market affords. LADIES Will confer a favor on ns and save on their purses by giving us a call before making a purchase elsewhere, as they can easily discern the difference between onr prices and those of our competitors. GENTLEMEN Will also find it to their ad ran tags to purchase their furnishing goods from us, as our prices are lower than the lowest. THANKS. We thank our customers for their past pat* ronage. and hope they will continue to faror us. We will try and merit it. OUR MOTTO: STRICTLY CASH; ONE PRICE I No Trouble to_Show Goods. MAHER A MANION. Jeldtf LOOKOUT! THK WILL KNOWN Bazaar -..•AND-... EMPORIUM OF FASHION Hu Jut received from the lut the riret Invoice of FINE CLOTHING ....ABB.... Gits' Fenusii Goods! The Largest Stock ever brought to Kureka. THE BAZAAR Will continue thle Sprint to Pell, u uuol. ot Unprecedostedlr Lsv Prices. FURTHER COMMENT UNNECESSARY. PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. D. NATHAN, Proprietor "Boner." J. COHN, Manager. Xorekt, April >, 1881. tpTtf F. J. SCHNEIDER, ft DRUGGIST, ft (AIT BID! MAIN STRICT. THUD BOOB SOOTH or BLAU. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, -ACCURATELY PREPARED At all hocbs or the sat ob night. Order, for Drugs and Medicines, —Promptly attended to ll kero eUo a rail Ida* of Perfumery, Toilet aisles Hair Itrnebee, r*olk Bnuha, Val •ad Bath Bruka, Bte.. And In foot everything nanelly found in e flret cleea Drag Store. r. J. SCHNEIDER, Proprietor. ! Enreke, fane 14. 1180. JnnlS tf $7,500.00. A M tacefor Minin Men. The above bum will now but thb Lemon Mill property, located In the town of Eureka, oppoolte the Eureka Con. furnace.. The mill cite ha. a frontage of OT.r 500 feet, on which la a 15-etamp mill, with good eaglnee and bollera. two White A Howell fumacea, with all the requlelte machinery for mnnlug the .am., Alto, a building of four room., u.ed a. an aeaar office. The property la cor ored by a U. 8. Patent. Por particular. In quire of A. D. HASKELL. Eureka, June 11. 18B1.leHtf THE OLD STONE SALOON, ....OH.... North Main 8t.t Eureka. THREE BILLIiRD TABLES _Toorrma with tot.... Furniture, Pictures, Etc., Etc. Hot particular, apply to Miimi * MoaeAMTiai. nylttf WANTED. 500 Woodchoppers AND HAULERS Can find two y.ar.' employment with JOS. BBOnaHTOH fc CO., Walkwrllla, Montana. One Dollar and a half per Cord, paid at the Stump. loll >m CARPETS I CARPETS! CARPETS! -o Lowest Prices .AND. The Finest^ Assortment M. J. FRANKLIN & Co.’s -o— We Invite Opposition and Challenge Competition. — ■ —-O- -■ ■ 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 Tapestry Brussels, $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., EUREKA, NEVADA. J • TIEDJE, MnmfS inttn PAPER HANOINQ. LAYING AND CLEANING CARPETS. Prloss Reasonable. <PU*« otlm it Mai lla'a 01 ty Oral It-wo. EGGS!! EGGS!! EGGS!! ....At.... Berg’s Family Grocery hai Duta rmh i|ia.81 oo Par Caaa....7 80 Plra Coaa Lota, par Caaa... .7 OO BjtiU B. BE BO. GRIFFIN A ANDRE, STOCK BROKER 8 . —mo— Insurance Agents. •MM M WILLI, FARM k CO.'* IHIMINS, Kin STRUT. IUBKK&. OfiM boon from t o'clock a. u. to 8 r- at. FOB REITT. TWO STORES. Adjoining the grocery store of H. Kind, on North Main street. There Ik a good cellar attached The stores are well adapted for any kiud of merchandising busi ness. For particulars apply to my»tf JOSEPH VANINI. HORSES HR SALE. A FINE LOT OF M and Mi Horn! For_Sale. Will k« Mia far CMh »r an CO w 00 Day*’ Time «llh Ap* provea Security. Apply At IWIMKTT BTARI.K. In rear ®f Jaeksun Hsnu. uy'Jltf FOR. RENT. Furnished House. ATWO-BTOBY HODS* OB NOD BILL AT.na., containing .even room, uil > good collar. The hone, fe furnlahed through, out. For partioulare apply to JOSEPH VA NINI. on South Bain Street. myStf LOST ORJTOLEN! T7.B0M THE CONNOLLY BINE. OB IN r that Ttolalty, a black horae mule, brand ed " 0 ” on the left hip. A liberal reward will be paid foe the return of aeld male to FUND. DHL, at the Connolly talne.myMtf IF OK/ S-A-XjIEj. A NO. 1 HALF BBEED KOBUAN STAL A. lion : weight, I.US pouude i nine yeere old! la is good oondltlon end a aura foal get. ter. Will he eold cheep for eeab or will ex. change for good marae. Enquire .• the B. • P. B. B. Depot. HOUSE FOR SALE. ALABOB HODS! OT THREE BOOMS IN New Town, end at preaent occupied by Benny Beglt aa a eeloon. will be eold cheep for caeh. Tor pertlcnlere apply to A. W. CAMPBELL. South Mala • treat, EurekaJeJl Un i. HAWK It. I. J. mil. mm a co. Oppo.il. Lioktr Toro, Main Street, Eureka. AOENT8 FOR Baker & Hamilton ...FOR... Champion aid Bickeys Machines Hay Presses. Horse Sokes, fend Fanning Implements of all kinds Applied on short notice ....AT.... Sacramento Prices. GROCERS GENERAL MERCHANTS Kurak., April S, 1881. >p4U FOR SALE. Some Very Desirable Property IJDK UNDERSIGNED. BEING DESIROUS of going to the Kelt rn Slat* a, offere for sale / the following very desirable Improved prop erty : Lots 1, 9. t. 9, 6. T and S. inlBlock 4. Egan Survey, with eleven bouses. *11 furnished end ready for houee-keeplbg} water and other improvements on the premises, together a lib e good saloon business. Will be sold cheap for cssh, es e whole, or half lha properly. For furtbar particulars apply al Sample Rooms Saloon, near Uatamoraa furnae*. A. NELSON. Eureka. June 30, 1881. J«“ll lm* CITY DRUG STORE. Xwlr oppoatU Futon k On '■ Bank. MAIN ETREET, ■ • • SURERA. FRESH DRUGS, Patent Medicines, TOIEET GOODS ETC.,_ ETC, H. A. MARTIN, niylltr Praprlfto,. JOB P>IXTlXa.«rALL OB ln^l tCTipUan'.l^taCMfa^l wItn nnatnaaa u