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Eureka flails Sentinel.
”• -n»T j-7~BKlLLMAtr--Loe»l Hab.crlpUon Ag.nt T»TKB»*r» »TOCK MU*. ,_rmelM^MMk KtckMii. hobnino boabo. 30 Ophir 5J 70 Mexican—»| 140 Gould A Curry-5* 5 is asH£KTiS» 7. eSoETCS-™”'™* 225 Potoei—270 160 Crown Point—20.> 100 Yellow Jacket-435 1800 Imperial—15c 10 Kentuck—2| 310 Belcher—305_ 5 Hale A Norcroee-320 165 S Nevada—93 45 Bullion—55c 50 Kxchequer—llo 330 Overman—130 it 100 Union—8J 8f 815 AlU—415 50 Utah—8* 200 S Hill—15c 30 Challenge—75c 70 New York—6u 70 Amlee—145 150 Benton—1*90 amHKOOK BOAKD. 600 Jackeon—50c 200 G Prixe—26c 50 Navajo—75c 200 Independence—DC 300 Day-265 50 Star—50c 100 Albion—If 550 Holroee—55c 950 Bechtel-120 If 500 Syndicate—40o 100 Bodie—6f 250 Ooodahaw—45c 200 Welee—1 100 H Bodie—5c 430 Mono 270 260 265 200 Addenda—10c 740 N Noonday—55c 50c 200 Noonday—75c aaa t paid 900 Univenity—10c 200 Boeton—S6c 100 Bodie Tunnel—260 25 Tiptop—51 120 S King—20*e90 20* 100 N Belle Iele— 90c 200 G and O Abe—2* 50 Noonday—75c 10 Mono-260 400 Oro~ 65c 100 Day-265 OPE* IE«»IM-*1» r. I. Albion lkb 180a IV•; Maxicfc 8b; Alta 70b 75a; Tip Top, SHb; Yellow Jacket, Union 9a; Sierra Nevada 9Ha, Hale A Norcroa. 3*b; Exchequer 115b; Justioe Mb- Bechtel 180.; Con, Virginia 210. Scorpion lb; Be.t A Belcher 11*•; Butro 15.; Overman 180b 185a; Savage 270b, Crown Point 210b; Bodie Tunnel 870.; Ophir 5Hb 5*a; Gould A Curry 5Ha; Day 2«5a. — g, g P, pamexukr thavee. dxfaxtlkx. Ttfrasw non*wo. T Wren J A Brown G B Maxwell « K Morrlaon P An.tin W M Stewart L L Robin.on AHHIVAL1 LA.T WIGHT. R K Morrieon A fy JL Hinckley A wf B B Cbri.ty Yellow.tone Kit J H Pratt J T Gilmer W G Gallgher W J Salkeld June. Donahue W U Graham Hotel Arrivals. Parker House —E. Odell, Elko; J. T. Gilmer, W. G. Galigher, W. I. Salkeld, 8. B. Christy, 8. F.; D. B. Pratt, Yellowstone Kit, Helena, Montana; J. L. Hinokley and wife, oity; Wm. Vanina. Horse Btoe Bend. , Jackson House—W. H. Graham, Oak land; Riohard Johnson, James Watson, Buby Hill. „ , Turner House—Geo. Buchanan, Osoeola; James 0. Donahue, Virginia City. Haw Much It Harts. Our neighbor affects to believe that tbs defeat of the Albion in the late suit works no injury to the town and district. Buch a statement it ridiculous, and no man would make it, except one who is the avowed advocate of the Richmond inter eel and polioy. Let us look into this mat ter a little. If the Albion had wou 200 men wonld to-day be employed In extract ing ore from that mine. Two hundred men employed In any mine means em ployment for an equal number on the out side in burning ooal, ohopping wood, fur nace men, teamsters, etc. It is therefore a safe estimate to say that not lees than S00 additional men would have found em ployment in the district had the Albion recovered wbat every candid man in this section knows it is Justly entitled to re cover on the equities of the case as pre sented in the late trial. The fact that the decision went off on a legal technicality does not destroy the Albion’s equitable right to the disputed premise*. Worth Mora. Albion stock is really worth more now than it wu before the late trial. The po sition of the oompany hu greatly im proved. The so-called ironolad St. George patent, which wu the great lasne of the contest, hu bun brushed away, thus leav ing comparatively smooth sailing In the rut of the litigation. The Tiotoria patent is not worth the paper it Is written on, for the verv good and snfBclent reason that the Albion hu ao application three months older for the identieal seme ground. President Robinson and Senator Stewart have bought about 4,000 there* of tbs stock tinoe the break caused by the deci sion. In view of the delay and another u suiment before complete relief can be had in a higher Court, the stock may not be particularly aottre during the next month or so, but thou who can take it in at the** figure* are suie to make money in the end. __ A Mu Sf ■rales. A good deal hu bun said about the dis play of brains in the late lawsuit. One of the brainiut men on either side wu L. L. Robinson, Pruident of the Albion Min ing Oompany. He had every point in the eau at his finger ends, and knew the strong spots from the weak onu quite u Well as any of the attorneys. L. L. Robinson is a Ktleman of great ability and most exoel I Judgment in all things, and more es pecially u regards the management of a great lawsnlt. Irarly Throe Hundred Thousand. The evening paper complacently intim ates that the operations of the Albion mine do not amount to muoh to this com munity. The truth Is that the Albion has dons remarkably well for a new and strug gling enterprise. It has expended nearly •800,000 In the dlstriot and has never taken out a cent. If we had a few more such companies Eureka would not be to day so far in the background. “Cold Decked.” The Sold Hill Hews says : In the Al bion lawsuit ths winners lose. All the points contended tor at the trial by the Albion were deeided In Its favor, but ths Judge suddenly found a new patent cover ing the ground. The boje feel as though the Judge “wrung in a oold deck" on them. The Decision la See Francisco. The Dally Exchange says the decision in the Alblon-Biohmond oase was leas dis cussed than the fact that a favored tew got the benefit of It as early as Tuesday morn tiaSsiswjSMsr fLl'E DUST. ••rap* fr*n Ike H»l«-k»k of Ua« Hentlnol’* Reporter. Haverly's Mastodon Minatrela are headed East. Yellowstone Kit is a guest at the Parker House. Jack Gilmer returned laat evening from Ban Francisco. Lient. Governor Jewett Adams has re turned to Oaraon. The attendance at the three private schools continue good. An assessment of twenty-five cents has been levied on the Gila mine. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hinckley returned from California laat evening. Secretary of State Babcock has jnst re turned from a trip to Colorado. Governor Kinkead and Attorney-General Murphy are visiting Candelaria. Mrs. R. K. Morrison and family retorned laat evening from an extended Eastern trip. State Surveyor-General Hatch goes to Washington next Monday on land busi ness. A few shares of Albion sold yesterday at $1 75, and COO shares of Jackson sold at 50 cents. Many of the holders of Albion have an abiding faith that shares will advance in a few days. We are informed that the next asaess ment on Albion will be twenty-five cents per share. The lessees of the Phenix mine have commenced shipping ore to the Eureka Con. works. The Richmond refinery was started up yesterday afternoon, and everything is running smoothly. C. W. Hoyt is in the “cooler” for twenty days in default of a $40 fine, for selling liquor to Indians. All tho lawyers in the late Albion-Rich mond suit, except one firm, have loft town and gone off to recuperate. Harry Treloar A Co. were yesterday awarded the contract of running 250 feet in the Prospect Mountalu Tunnel. E. J. Butler yesterday received from Governor PerkiDs the appointment of Commissioner of Deeds for California. Frank Bell has notified “ Graphy ” that he does not desire the men under his charge to contribute for a testimonial to him. Tbe late Mote P. Haynes was a native of Syracuse, New York, and in bis iStli year at tbe time of bit death. He leaves a wife in Elko. Tbe boys bad a good doal of fan with “liattler" last evening on Ham street. He succeeded in turning the tables on them, however. W. J. Townthend, division agent for Oilmer A Salisbury, returned this morning from a visit of inspection through Nevada and Utah. We were shown some very rich ore yes terday from the Eureka Tunnel. Thoy will commence drifting on ore tbe first of next week. Frank Richardson, charged with steal ing jewelry frornja "jerker," was acquitted by Justice Harmon, theru being no evi dence to prove criminal intent. There mutt have been something the matter with the whisky for tbe past few days, as there has been an unusual num ber of old drunks run into tbe calaboose. A rumor it current that an opposition is forming to oonteet for the control of the Alta mine at the next aunual meeting, which will occur during tbe latter part of i ugust. Letters for the following persons are bald at tbe Postoffice for non-payment of postage: Miss Flora Newbau, Cortez, Ne vada; Edward Murphy, Eureka, Nevada; Mist L. Collins, Eureka, Nevada. “Here le the 1*Blent." The Riobmond attorneys in the late trial had a Tory easy task to perform, and as a consequence art) entitled to but few lau rels. The hard fighting was all done on the other side. At every turn the Albion lawyers were met with the snnouncement “ Hero is the patent.” Any man with ability enough to stand up iu Court and say “ Here is the patent,” oould have made all the fight that was required on tho Rich mond side. It was different with the at torneys for the Albion. They were forced by the necessities of the case to display the highest order of tact and ability to keep their suit iu Court as agaiust "the patent.” And yet throughout the progress of the trial and in the final result they carried every issue that was seriously contested. The docision in the end turned on a point that did not occupy all told two hours out of the two weeks consumed in the trial. Comparisons under theeo circumstances are odious. The Minatloie wt tlia Kuril! End. Senator Fair stated to a Virginia Chroni cle reporter on Wednesday last that he re gretted to see such depression thereat pres ent, but was in the hopes that we would soon see better times. He stated that the new double pumps at the Union shaft would both be in complete working order by Monday next and that the old plungers between the 2500 and 2700 levels were be ing removed. One pump will be in posi tion to-night. He thinks well of the pros pects in the north end mines, and added that developments would be pushed as vigorously as possible, as it was for the in terests of his firm not to keep back any discoveries which might be made, but if ore was found to show it up at once. Uraud A nation into. Notice ii given by advertisement this morning that Messrs. Sadler 4 Mendes, at the store formerly occupied by 0. Dunkel 4 Co., will on Monday, August 8, commence to anctlon off their entire stock o( dry and faucy goods, and will continue to sell from day to day uutil the entire stock is disposed of. This will be a rare opportunity to purchase goods at remarkably low prices. Recollect that the tale oommtnoca on the 8th of next month. ThO Queen's Own. It is to be interred that the people of Eureka connty are hereafter to be num bered among the Queen's own. Early risers yesterday morning were surprised to tee the British flag proudly floating from the dome of the Courthouse. At loyal, obedient subjects there should be no further kicking against the reign of "Victoria." __ Why Disparage tbe Camp? Those who serve the Rlohmond Com pany seem to be charged with the ipeoial mission of disparaging the resources of the eamp aud district. What line of pol icy dictates this oourse? Is it a desire to keep out cspital to the end that the Rich mond may gobble the whole country at its own figures ? It looks that way. A Klchiuoud Director Coming. The Skntikxl was informed yesterday that one of the London Dirootore of the Richmond Company is en route for Eu reka. He is expected to arrir# in about ten days. He comes out to look into the affairs of the company at this eud of tha line, and may bs expected to remain soma lima on tha Range. A Tender on riro. Teeterday afternoon as tbe freight train waa naarlng the E. Jt P. depot, the wood on tbe tender oanght Are. The train was dropped some 600 yards bolow the depot and the tender was run up to the water tank and the Are extlnguiehed. The engi neer waa slightly burned. PmsIiiV Billiton. Wells, Fargo * do. shipped this morning iMtatsI haliiea telnsd at M.tw. YELLOWHTOIE KIT. Arrival on tho Bmmo Knngo of a Noted Seoul anti Indian Flicbter. Yellowstone Kit, the celebrated scout and Indian fighter, was among the arrivals by last night’s train. No man on the border bos made so many hair-breadth escapes as Yellowstone Kit. His life on the frontier is full of stirring incidents, and would, if written up, make a most en tertaining book. As his name indicates, the scene of a majority of his thrilling adventures lies far to tho north in the Yellowstone country. For years he was a Government scout, and safely conducted the Federal troops through many difficult sections and places. He was a running chum and boon companion of Buffalo Bill in two or three campaigns against Hitting Bull and other noted fighting chiefs in the northern country. All through Montaoa, Yellowstone Kit is as well known as is Henry Ward Beecher to his Plymouth flock. A scout among hostile redskins has always been pepper in his soup. When acting in his favorite role of guido and scout he always dresses in a full suit of fancy buckskin, and dangling to his belt may generally be seen from one to forty scalps taken in hand-to-hand con flicts with the desperate foe of the white man in the wilds of the Rocky Mountains. Mr. Yellowstone comes to tho Base Range in civilized costume, and h&s left behind him tho trophies of hundreds of hotly contested tilts with the savages of the plains. His real character, therefore, is iu no respect indicated by his present make up. On the contrary, he has tho appear ance of a mild-mannered mao. Passing him on the street or in a crowd no one would take him to be a man of the strange adventures and reckless daring which his history proves him to be. He is quiet and unassuming, but when he gets communi cative to a party of intimate friends, ho can tell tales of life on the border that will make the hair ef the listener stand on end. But he has quit the plains and turned his attention to loss dangerous pursuits. Tho fame of our mines having reached him he comes to Eureka to look for himself with the view of locating permanently, in tho event that lie can discover the opening that suits him. The Sentinel takes great pleasure in introducing Mr. Yellowstone Kit to the Base Range public. Journalistic War. The Carson Tribune says the monotony prevailing in Carsou was broken this morning by a fisticuff encounter between the respective editors of the morning papers. Abont 10 a. m. Sam Davis, oditor of the Appeal, visited the law office of Judge Harris, the stalwart editor of the Iudex. The courteous “good morning” passed, and there being some outsiders present, Mr. Davis stated to Harris that he desired to see him (Harris) privately. The two men then passed into the private office of the law firm of Harris & Bartino, closing the door behind them. No sooner had the twain entered than loud and angry words were heard, and soon the noise as if a scuffle was going on. At this Judge Cary and District Attorney Bartine, who happened to be present, opened the door and rushed in, finding Davis and Harris clinched and tugging and scuffling for supremacy; they at once set to work and soon succeeded in separat ing the wrathy combatants. Both seemed anxious to resume hostilities, but were prevented by Cary and Bartine. Davis left the room with blood in his eye, stating to Harris in an emphatic manner that ho would “see him again.” Harris replied, “ very well,” and thus the affair ended. At the time of parting both claimed the advantage. The cause of the trouble was the appearance in the Index of au insulting article reflecting on Mr. Davis’ family. Why la ThisT One day this Summer, says the Carson Appeal, wo rode fifty miles in a railway car, seated behind four men, who were playing with those playthings of the devil —cards. They played euchre until they were tired of it. They played a little sev en-up, pedro, and occasionally a trifle of poker. We never heard a disputo. Occa sionally their burst of morrimcut at some unexpected play, repeatedly drew our eyes 1 from our book. They never quarreled j and never called names once. After we got out at our station we sat at our window and watched a party of young men and maidens playing croquet. In fifteen min utes we saw two persons cheat successfully. We heard the one player who did not cheat accused of cheatiug five times. We heard four distinct bitter quarrels. We heard a beautiful young girl tell two lies, and a moek-luoking yonng man three; aud finally saw one young girl throw her mal let against the fence so hard that it fright eued a horse. The other young girl pounded her inallet so hard OH the grouud that it knocked the buds off an apple tree; they both banged into the house at differ ent doors, aud the two young men looked sheepish and went off after a drink. Now, why i> this? A Hope of Woman's Hair. In liii detail of Indian horrors that had come under his notice, Mr. Markley, the New Mexico Indian killer, stated that in 1867 lie gave an Indian half a dollar for a hair rope ton feet in length. He untwist ed ttie eud aud found that it was made of red, auburn and black hair, which from the length of each hair was evidently that of a woman. He questioned the Indian, who told him the rope was mads from the hair of the women and girls slain in the Mountain Meadows massacre, for complici ty in which John D. Lee, the Mormon, was tried and shot. The place where he pur chased the rope was at Pahranagate, C5 miles from Mountain Meadows, where the most harrowing massacre of modern times oceurred. Ysakee lurk. Developments ere still going on in sll of the mines of tlie Yankee Fork country, •ays tbe Herald, and we do not know of a single one but that is improving with depth. Three years ago the surface pros pects of this district created considerable excitement among mining capitalists yet, the real valne of the mince was not known. Developments since that time have proven them to be five times as good as tbe own ers of the prospects had hoped for. A •core or more of them would be classed among the leading properties in any well developed camp, and would pay handsome dividends. We will have a boom yet un precedented in the history of mining. Colorado Justice. They mean buaiueta ia Colorado. Even “Juatioe” mutt behave itself or take the consequences. Tbe other day an indig nant community entered a protest against the town Justice of the Peace. He had been in the habit of getting drunk, dis playing a gun and doing other ungentle manly things, and when told to keep quiet and attend to the duties of bis office, be declined and acted all the more disagreeable. At last forbearance wae ex hausted and Mr. Jnatloa was hungup. He le now before a higher Judge, ana will uo doubt have to pay a heavy fine. Complaining. Gold Hill News : Merchants oomplaln that business for the month of July has been lets than In any one mouth eince the bonanzas were discovered in the Con. Vir ginia and California mines. One reason given for it is that those who participated in the Good Templars'e excursion pur chased everything they wished in the dry goods line in Ban Francisoo while they were there. Go early and aeoora bargains at the Ban . Frauoiaao Clothing Store * PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. Malt Against the T»im Pool lie RnllrOHd font pony—The FI ret C lean I'p or Bechtel tire—A Wood allowing lor Bo.lie Motrlet— Bee tle rate Fight Between Father and Sou-Two Men Killed by l.oge Falling on Them. [Special to the BKNTINKLl 8am Fkamcisoo, July 29.—A Yum* dis patch Bays the Southern Pacific Railroad Company has commenced suit in the Dis trict Court here against the Texas Pacific Railroad Company, to restrain defendant during the pendency of execution from commencing or prosecuting any actions or proceedings against plaintiff or its lessee to the real property comprised within the lines of right of way claimed by plaintiff, or the right to its use or occupation. That upon final hearing of the action the ad verse claims of defendant may be deter mined and that it may be judged that plaintiff is ownot of Baid real property. That the defendant's claims thereto are in valid, and that defendant has no interest in said property, and that the temporary restraining order be mado perpetual. Bodie, July 29.—The first clean-up of Bechtel ore, which is now being worked in the 40-stamp mill of the Noonday, has been completed and the shipment made. It amounted to $53,952 9.3. The run was of about throe weeks. The mill will con tinue to work Bechtel rock for an indefi nite period, probably until a mill shall have been erected for the Bechtel itself. The l4ree Tress announces that the bull ion shipments from Bodie district for the first six months of 1881 aggregate $1,600, 000, or over $266,000 per month, an in crease over the same period in 1880. Mebced, July 29.—At Mariposa on Wednesday afternoon Dave Hart, and Wm. Hart, his eldest son, engaged in a fight in a saloon, duriug which the father was shot three times, and is probably fatally wounded. Chico, July 29.—M. Walbridge was killed at the Belmont mill to-day by a log falling on him. Ybeka, July 29.—Thomas Scroggs, em ployed at the Black Bear quartz mine, while rolling logs was killed by a log roll ing over him. San Francisco, July 28.—A Napa dis patch this morning says: On the farm of W. T. Sneed, about six miles north of here, the engine of the threshing machine ex ploded and instantly killed Willis Cowe, Geo. Platt and Robert Davis. Harry Gilan was slightly injured. Portland (Ogn.), July 28.—A private dispatch received here from Camp Spokane, W. T., states that Hospital Steward Cas sidy, U. S. A., committed suicide at that place this morning by blowing out his brains with a pistol. The cause of the deed is unknown. Poker In is Ii«rlftlatore. Detroit Free Press. In years gone by a certain representa tive in our State Legislature was supposed to have been “ seen "on a certain bill, but as he kept his owu couusel, no one could get any proofs against him. He bad been elected as an honest, upright mau, and when his constituents heard the rumors against his integrity they were amazed. A delegate was appointed to go down to Lan sing and hoar liis side of the story, and when the man returned home he was in vited to mako known his researches befors an open meeting. “ My friends, he began, “I went to Lansing with the determination to sift the matter to the bottom. I found that 8. was living high and dressing like a lord ! ” A groan went through the meeting, and men shook their h?ads in a solemn way. “He sports a gold watch and a cane," continued the delegate, “and he was talk ing of buying a $500 horse to bring home with him. You remember he went away from here a poor man. “Then he sold his vote!” shouted out •ne of the yeomen. “I confess it looked that way to me at first,” replied the delegate, “but when I i came to tackle him personally he explained everything as clear as day. He had not ■old his vote. He had not forgotten that | an honest constituency was behind him, 1 and no money could have bribed his con science. No, my friends, there is no stain on his reputation.” “Then how did he get his money?” asked three or four at once. “Well, I don’t know as I can explain it as well as he did, and I am sorry I did not write it down. It seems that the members don’t have anything to do evenings, and instead of reading novels or attending the wicked theater they gather in little crowds around the table, aud theoue who has four of a kind or something or other rakes in something or other called the pot. I don’t know where the money comes in, but its somehow or other, and somehow or other our esteemed representative always has more of a kind than any one else. This is as near as I can remember, and I suggest a vote of continued confidence in our member until he himself returns to ex plain what the ‘kinds’ are, and what tha pot has to do with it." Juuiplusr Claims: Behold the prospector that wandereth over the (ace of the earth. He traversetli the mountains and picketh the barren mountain with his pick. The pangs of hunger grip his bowels in the morning, and at night he lieth down with only a blanket to cover him. And the graybacks come forth and rend him. And he lifteth up the voice of lamenta tion in the wilderuess and crieth aloud to hesTen : “ Why has this affliction come upon me, and why do the terrors of hell oompass me round about?’’ And while he sleeps the wolves devour his substance. And when he Andeth the croppings he diggeth in the ground and eticketh up the location notice on a board. He then hieth to the valleys, and sayeth to the capitalist: "Harken unto me, for I have struck it big. Here are the samples from the ground, and behold the gold maketh lousy the rock with its richness." And the twain return to And others working upon the claim. And the prospeotor graspeth his gun, saying: "Get ye from henoe, for this Is holy ground.” And a Are eomtng out of the brush, smtteth him on the hip, and he oalleth with a loud voice: "I’m done for; take off my boots.” And he glveth up the ghost, and is gath ered to his fathers. And behold others work the mine.—Ne vada Monthly. A Cheering Helpmeet. Portland |0r.). July 35.—Mrs. J. 0. Laransieur, a spiritualist, who bad trouble in San Francisoo about a diamond ring which aho got from J. B. Clarke, who fell dead while playing cards with her, she claiming that he gave it to her, inaiata that the haa received spiritual letters and dis patches to the effect that her husband, who keepa a little shooting gallery, will die before August 1. She haa so worked upon him that in vory fright he haa be come tick. 8be hat ordered her monrn ing clothes and made preparations to tell the house and turnlinre. Mrs. Laransieur it so sure of hit death that she haa even prepared to take a third husband. She is a flue looking young Euglisli woman, and •was a widow when Laransieur married her. San Francisco spiritualists assure her that Laransieur will surely die on or before August 1. Isiek Out for Cheap Beet. No foolishuess I Coin talks 1 Charley Goli is now prepared to sell beef at the following prices : Beef, by the side, four centa per pound ; beef by the chunk, four and live centa per pound; choice cuts, ten, twelve and a half and fifteen cents per pound, and all other meats in proportion. • CBARMS GOU. Thu Weekly Meatlael. To-day is the regular publication day of the Weekly Sentinel. It will contain, as nsnal. thirty-two columns of reading mat ter, devoted to the Slate, Coast, general and local news of the week. These weekly editions far excel any newspaper publica tion ever issued in Eastern Nevada. The Weekly Sentinel should be distributed far and wide, as the most effective means of making our district known abroad. It can be secured in wrappers, postpaid, at the Postoffice news depot and at Calisher Brothers. For yearly subscriptions, ap ply at the publication office, oorner of Monroe and Bateman streets. Terms, fS i a year. _ Dancing School. Prof. Davison, member of tbs Royal Ital. leone Opera, London, and late of Hew York, will arrive here next week and open classes for teaching children end ndnlte the Racquet Bohemian, Newport, Society, Double and Sin gle Rockaway. Double and Single Maxourka, Redowa and all (be latest dances at preaent In vogue In New York. Prof. Davison anil also teach tba German. For further particulars aee notices upon my arrival. D. J. Davison. Carpel* I Carpets I Messrs- Franklin & Co. have the finest assortment of carpets ever brought to this market, and sell them at astonishingly low prices. Call and examine the varioni patterns. No trouble to show goods. * M. B. Bartlett Has the most complete wholesale liquor and cigar establishment on the coast, and the ouly one in Eureka. He bnya hia goods in the East, and ia prepared to fur nish the trade at San Francisco price*. * Imported cigars, finest brands kept by Duvidson at the P. 0. Cigar Stand. * MISCELLANEOUS. 1TBW Dry Goods Store ....OF.... MAHER & MANION. Northeast cor. Main and Clark its. CONTINUES TO BE THE CENTER Ok AT traction. Ths principal cause of oar success is that we give our customers 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 cus tomers may always rely upon getting the latest and best the market affords. LADIES Will confer a favor on us sad save on their purses by giving us 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 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* ronage, and hope they will continue to faror us. We will try and merit it. OUR MOTTO: STRICTLY CASHj^ ONE PRICE I No Trouble to_Show Goods. MAHER & MANION, jeietf LOOK OUT! THE WELL KNOWN Bazar AND EMPORIUM OF FASHION Hm Just received from the Mast the First Involeo of FINE CLOTHING ....AMD.... Gents' Fnmlsliii Goeis! The Largest Stock ever brought to Kureka. THE BAZAR Will eoatinne this Spring to Sell, as usual, at FURTHER OOMMENT UNNtOESIAIY. PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. D. NATHAN, Proprietor ••Maaaar." J. COHN, Manager. Sunk*. April«. 18*1. «PTtl Livery, Sale ....AXD.... Feed Stable! Mbs hilxhocsk havino pobohabed of Blahop A Carpenter the etable build, iug formerly occupied by Moore Broe., am de termined to make this A First-Class Stable I Her Bugclea end Oarrlagee are now being re. paired and orerheuled. She baa an hand a large amount of WAT .A-IsTID OH^-A-IXST wuicb la offered for aala In any quantity end at raducad prtoaa. Vnveka VirnbM. 1M1> IBkilt# WOOD FOR SALE I The undersigned has MAHOGANY WOOD for aala. which ha will eell jn.'aryOTPnall ar MISCELLANEOUS. FIRE! FIRE! CRIPPIN A ANDRE, Insurance Agents. • Represent the Best Com panies in America and Europe. INSURE AT ONCE I Oflie* la Walla, Fare* * Ca.'a Bailtla*. Eureka, Julj T, 1881. Jjttf Dr. J. B. Reel, AUCTIONEER. I HAY* AGAIN TAKEN UP MY OLD BUM BOM Of BUYING AND SELLING SORSBS. FURNITURB, ....AID.... EVERYTHING THAT IS SALEABLE. Oflte* m tfca Carnar af Mata sad Batanaaa Mnab. I ALWAYS *TRADR FAIR. Innki, April 16,1681. aplTtf HENRY ALLEN, CONTRACTOR. I AM PREPARED TO TAKE CONTRACTS for Mmob Wark, Fanadatlaa. Sap UalstlBR Wark., laglaa Mad., aad AH Kinds af Far ansa Wark. Material Furnished if Re quired. •y All order* may b. loft at tbe offle. of lb. Eureka Oon. Eureka, inly 11,1881. Iflltf Fasiiai Jnater. Mbs. t. NELSON, LATE OF VIRGINIA 01 «7, Iwlm to Inform the ladles of Bank* and vicinity that aha la ready to do all kinds of Fashionable Dressmaking for Ladles and children. Catting and Fitting a Specialty. FOB BILL, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH. mhtt FOR. RUNT. Furnished House. A TW0-8T0RY HOUSE OF FOB HILL Avonno, oootslnlni seven rooms and n good collar. The honaa la furnished through out. For particulars apply to JOSEPH TA FIFI, on South Main Street.myttf HORSESf OR SALE. A PINK LOT OP M ul Sail Horses! WUl bo nm far Cask waaHai M Days' Tina* with Ap prove* Security. Apply at IVEEHirt STABLE, la rear af laeksta Houae. mytltf FOR JE&EnSTT. TWO STORES. Adjoimiko the oboceby itobe ot H. Kind, sa Barth Hat. street. Thtnli . toed collar attached Tha atom an wall adapted far ear kind of merchandising bull neaa. Tor parttenlan apply to myMtf _ JOBEFH VAMUtf. EUREKA WATER WORKS. rrun wateb will be globed off X from the entire town to-night at B o'clock and will be turned on to-morrow morning at I o'clock, and will continue to be cloaed off from day to day aa ate led until farther netiae, with the exception of that portion of the town tak ing water from Baaerrolr H1U. Thla ate. la deemed neoeaaary to accumulate auRaiant water for Are purpoaea. left! OBO. F. BLISS, Superintendent. HOTEL BUSINESS! FOR_SALE. The owxeb of a well established hotel Is thla county, doing a good bust, naaa, la deeiroua of celling the acme and retir ing from bualneaa. Any party wlaking to pur chaaa aan hare the privilege of remaining In the houae a reaeenable time for the purpoae ef aattafylsg themaelrea of the amount of bual neae tranaaated. Yog per Honiara apply at thla oSoe. l«ttl DISSOLUTION. TU COPARTNERSHIP NXRXTOyOBB axl.tlaf ImIwmb Horn b T.*«r la tba butobartag bu.la**., la dl.aol.ad tbla day. All bill* da* tba old Arm muat b* paid «o Jobs I, Horn, and all billa agklaat tba grai will b* paidbyblm. J. 1. HORN, 0. YAGER Baraka, Jaly 11. IASI. Jyll lm NOTICES. All persons ha vino bills against tba Califoral* mio* will plaaaa praaaat tbam ImmadtaUly to ALP. HaBBIS, Sadra tary, two door* aortb of Parry'a aalooa. Baraka. Jaly 1,1SS1.lyS« For $ale_or Rent. AHOOSB or SIX BOOMS ON BUSY A.aona will ba la.aad or aold at a bar SUn. Por particular. apply to W. P. BTAL ■ELMAN. Agaat for B. BISHOP. myStf HART l PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS, H#* SM Msfksl VP ITA1BS BAN PBaBMAMi Oil* _MBCM.LAintOUB. Assignee’s Sale SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ■ •••AT THE.... SIN FRANCISCO Clothing Store! ....or.... H. KAYSER’S ....STOCK or.... CLOTHING, HATS, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND 8HOKS. The above Goods were purchased by Mr. Kersky at a wry low rate, and will be sold at GRI1TLT RIDUC1D PRICES NOW 18 THB Timeto Secure Bargains All Goods are marked down to the lowest prloos, and will be sold at aston* Ishlng figures. Nl. KARSKY, iaaliiM mt tea lu funiliw t'UIhlag IUM. ADJOIXIXG OBABLXT LAUTEXSCHLA GXB‘8 SALOON. Xante, JulyU.ua. Jy* tl VALDABLB PBOPBRTY FOR J3ALE! J\ JACOBY Omu BOB SALE ALL Bit VALUABL1 praparty lu Bunte, u te intaada cloa tag up alt tU. bualaara .Bain and laaTlag (or othar parti. Tha proparty aoaalata of a HOUSEANDLOT Oa Kate atraat uaxt door la tea White Bouaa Clothing Stora, and la now oecnplad by D. gtaladlar A Oo.‘« Grocery Stora. It to tea bait paying praparty on Mate atraat. Alao, The Turkish Bathing Establishment On Spring street. This is tbs only Bathing Establishment of tbs kind in Estftsrn Nevada, and properly attouded to will pay a handsome profit. Also, Several Private Residences. For particulars, apply to J. JACOBY. Buraka. July lk. IMl. JyU lm M. CALISHER News Agent • •e.ASD B1ALXB We... STATIONERY ■UUIU0 SCHOOL BOOKS, lele mm* Letter Paper. Fancy Pe peterlea, Toys, Cutlery, PAHCT GOOD* OF ALL KOIIX, 1HKST miO ABB MU1IOAL IKiThUMEKTa, Alee, Xevala, Beaters Periodical! and Ifega alaee alvapa on hand, Buhaeriptloai received fee asp ef the las Prasdaco Dalilee and Week Ilea. Agent for the Territorial Istarprlae, Chronicle and Baraka leattnel. Baraka, January 11. lttl,lanlltf RE-OPENING ■ ■■ ■ oy yu • (Sty Mmul Gallery. LOUI8 ONACO rat msrier ui sacssssm artist* IOTBH BUT TIB BUT MID HOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES AM UkM ll tkU OtllM. wlik kU tko Utkal Ikinwnk at Balok kad tlplo. OOnW. kltkar Flkia or TlBlkhod. la Orkpoa Osier, er Ink, suds a opecikllp— uropoa work pwttoalkrlp. AIM. BPOABOnO 0* BBDOOIXO. to knp oUodoolMd. LOCII MOJTAru. at Pkotacnpkor kad Prepriolor. FURNISHED ROOMS! SBVBBAL BIOBLT PUBXISXII) BOOMS (or ■•■UoaiOB to 1*1 ot roasoaskU iktoo. 1 *"* “rW'