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tfnreka SJailp Sentinel.
SATURDAY.. AUGUST «. 1881. HALF COLI'HS EDITORIAL. The San Francisco Stock Report de votes a half column leader to our new railroad, saying among other things that: Id the last Nevada Legislature a law was passed to authorize the construction of this road. It provides for a modified subsidy from the counties of Eureka, White Pine and Lincoln; that is to say, those counties, on the completion of a certain number of miles within their borders, issuff their "bonds to the com pany, receiving in lieu thereof shares of the capital stock of the company in an equal amount. The originators of the scheme are Eureka men, but the dis patch says they have sold their franchise to Eastern parties for $50,000. This purchase is probably another feeder of Gonld's system for control of the rail road traffic of the Pacific States and Territories of Mexico. The road is in tended to tap the Atlantic and Pacific road at Callville, the head of navigation on the Colorado. A company has t>een formed and a route is being surveyed for a railroad from Callville to the Gulf of California, through the Colorado River valley. OJf IIARI) FOR F.*EB«KRC'IF» When the late Justice Clifford was At torney-General and Queen \ ictoria bad cradled her sixth or seventh baby he ob jected to sending the usual letter of con gratulations, as an act not in accord with the traditions of the fathers, declaring that he washed his hands of any such acquiescence in a custom that was con trary to the spirit of a government of the people. And, considering the fre quency with which the Government was called upon for such an official expression of joy, he proposed, as a matter of econ omy, if such letters were to be sent in every case, a large lot should be litho graphed to have on hand for emergencies. CORKURR, THE l»RAH. The New York Express says that the Tribune and other half-breed organs are trying to hustle Mr. Conkling out of the Republican party, as though its safety depended upon getting rid of him. But, though it is evident enough the Republi can ship is in rough water and nearly a wreck, it is hard to see how throwing Conkling overboard, like Jonah, to a whale, will save the vessel. Besides, there doesn’t seem to be any whale at hand to swallow the stalwart prophet, who may damage the crazy old craft a great deal more in the water 'than upon deck. Altogether the prospect is un propitious for a peaceful voyage. A LICKT SOFERSEM. An Ohio widower of education and wealth advertised for a governess for his orphan children. A lady at Richmond, Va., applied for the place, and obtained testimonials of the highest character, which were forwarded to him. He went to Richmond to see her, and a bargain was made. Just before the hour for de parture arrived he called upon her pastor, saying that he had determined not to take tie lady he had recommended for governess, but that he desired to secure his services in making her his wife. The marriage soon followed, and the bride received a bridal present of 830,000. PKKI1APN The New York Evening Post thinks “it might be possible, and at the same time agreeable, to come to some compro mise whereby a new ticket not so obnox ious to Democrats as Gorham and Riddle berger would be agreed upon without a serious dispute.” It is very likely that a Secretary of the Senate in the place of the lamented Colonel Burch will be select ed by the Democrats next December who will be comparatively “agreeable” and “not obnoxious” to the Republicans and Mahone, who may rote in the minority against the selection. PROSPERITY OF FRANCE. No civilized country in Europe makes as good a showing in prosperity and wealth as France. The financial condi tion of that country is almost better than that of the United States. The French Assembly has remitted this year $55,000,000 annually of taxes, redeemed $200,000,000 of/the national debt and devoted 300,000,000 to public works, and yet closed the year with a surplus of $10,000,000. NEVER SATISFIED. Emperor Williaq^ of Germany having been presented with a pen which sup plies itself with ink, now sighs for one which will supply itself with think of a pare patriotic character. He is not selfish, however, this amiable old auto crat ; he wants s pen of this latter kind furnished to all journalists. What a fierce combat there would be occasionally between the pen and the holder. Let I’e Have An Awakening. The Sen Francisco Post says that fast women, fast horses and fast living get away with a good many promising young men in California. Is it not about time that a premium were set upon steady habits ? We think so. A showy exterior does not always denote worth, or a glib tongue wisdom. But, somehow, even ataid business men have beeu imposed upon by meritricious qualities, and have had their confidence betrayed time aud again. There are too many incentives to crime in this community, and we cannot but think that gambling dens aud places of lewd resort might be suppressed if the authorities Bet to work the right way. Parents snd guardians, as well as employ ers are interested in this reform. Senas tion newspaper reports are all very well in their way, but they deter no one from the commission of crime. A rigorous appli cation of criiuiual justice would do so, however. One of IbestecoiMl t'nmlllee. A second-class Virginian: “Cap'll, I haiu’t got no money aud I want to go to Washington,’’ said a seedy-looking Vir ginian to the Captain of a ferry-haot at Alexandria the other day. *■ You proba bly belong to one of the first families of Virginia." said the Captain, after looking his wonld-be passenger over. “ No sub,’’ was the prompt respoose, “I belong to one of the second families of Virginis.” “ Jump right aboard," said the Csptaiu. “I never carried any of that kind before." j EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. THE PRESIDENT SIRING STEADY PRO GRESS TOWARDS RECOAERY. Eliciting Information in Regard to Guiteau. CUITEAU AN INSTRUMENT OF COD'S WILL. HE POINTS TO THE COMMAND GIVEN TO ABRAHAM TO SLAT >SAAC. The Jail Authorities Apprehensive of Violence to Guiteau. TheNew York Trlb-me’s Opinion of Gorham. LARCE MAJORITIES AGAINST PROHIBITION. r Special to the SS'TXKEL.I Executive Mission. Aug. 5.—8 30 a m. The President slept naturally the greater part of the night, although he has taken no morphia in the last 24 hours. His im proved condition warranted several days ago a diminution in the quantity of mor phia administered hyperdemically at bed time. and it was reduced at first to one tweWtb and afterward to one-sixteenth of a grain in 24 boors, without any conse quent unpleasant result, and finally has been altogether dispensed with. His con dition this morning exhibits considerable improvement, and another good day is an ticipated. At present his poise is 88; temperature, 98.4 ; respiration, 18. 1:15 p. M.-^The President continues to make steady, but slow progress towards . recovery. He ate about the usual quan tity of breakfast this morning, consisting of beefsteak, potatoes, toast and milk, and has up to this hour rested quietly and com fortably. His pulse is not high and he is entirely free from fever. The Loudon Lancet says it is to be re membered that unless President Garfield’s bullet canses local disturbances, it would not be in accordance with modern surgical practice to attempt its removal. Matters About tiniiean. New York. Aug. 5.—A Washington spe cial says : A gentleman conversant with one of the Wardens of the District Jail last evening elicited the following informa tion in regard to Guiteau : When first arrested the prisoner appeared to be la boring to gain the good will of those about him. He was easily satisfied and found no occasion for grumbling. Lately he has changed, and exhibits great irritability, manifesting a wish to wreik speedy ven geance upon any attendant who offends him. When the President’s relapse took place Gmteau beard of it in some nn know way and expressed hi* satisfaction. He adheres to the storv tbafr he was the in strument of God’s will in the matter, and assumes to believe that the death of the President would be the confirmation of this theory. He seems to be in constant fear of violence, and when on one or two oc casions he has been taken to the Warden’s room to see the District Attorney, he has requested that the window* closed or that he be taken to his cell. His study of the Bible seems to be to find precedents for his act. He points to the command given to Abraham to slay Isaac, a* on** pre cedent, saying. “In that case God fur nished a substitute for the victim In this be may choose to save the life of the victim in another way.” The jail audi Ti tles are still apprehensive of v.n lence. having information tint seer, t organisa tion* exist, not only here, but in other cities, for the purpose «-f killing Guiteau. Guiteau look* forward to his trial with some impatience. He expects to make a profnnd ituprts-ion a* a lawyer on that occasion. (uuiaii i/rpri'un: lUtiN in ^u*w Mexico. Denver, August 4.—A Santa Ft* speciaV ■ays: A courier who came into F rt Cfaig thio morning reports that the Mt*ec«l-.co Indians, who have since the 17th instant been pursued by Li*-ut. Gilfoly’s command, have crossed the Rio Grande and are run ning off stuck and killing herders in Old' Mexico. So far as kuown, two herders arid one miner have been killed, and the Indians have captured all the stock *f Cams A Me* Con key’s sta*e line from Eagle Station to the Black Range. Yesterday thirty-six citizens left San Martial, mounted and armed, to bring in the dead bodies of the killed. At u*m»q yesterday, while eating dinner in Red Canyon, iu the San Martial mountains, they were suptised by the In dians. At the first fire one man w’as killed and seven wounded, and all the stock cap tured. The remainder of the whites then got l>ehind rocks, and dispatched two men to Fort Craig for help. General Hatch ordered Lieut. Gilfoyle’s command ot fifty men, then at Fort Craig, to the scene of the fight, where they have probably arrive.! before this. Couriers have been dispatched to two companies of cavairy scouting the San Mateo and Cnchillo Negro mountains, and Lieutenant Taylor’s detachment of Indian scouts i« guarding and scouting the Black ranee. Two companies of cavajry leave the Navajo reservation for the Black rauge of.mountains to morrow. Thus far seveu victims have been ga’hered in by the recent raid. General Hatch is of the opin ion that some Navnjos have joined the Apaches, as there are about sixty In-dans in this party. The agent of the Mezcale r&s reports Ids Indians all on the reserva tion, which is not true, a-* they have been recognized in the recent fight. When these Indians are pressed they double on the trail and scatter, and when once on the reserva tion they are safe. caotuiiuu wi fltiUHH UriAUdO Ore«*nflel«i. Syracuse (N. Y ), Aug. 5.—Nathan Orlanilo Greenfield was executed this morning for the murder of Lis wife, Alice, at Orwell, Oswego county, on Oct. 15. The case was remarkable for the stub bornness of the contest in the Courts. There were three trials: the jury once dis agreeing, and twice fiuditig him guilty. There were three death sentences and five reprieves. The execution took place five years and nine months after the crime was committed After so many e cap* a from the gaduws, Greenfield was confi dent that he would not he hanged, and gave up the hope of a commutation only when under the gallows. The execution took place in Ibe jail in the pr.aence of 2U0 persons, including the ortic.al wit ueased and pr. »s representatives. The prisoner was cool amt unconocint d. be ing naked tf he ha 1 anything to sav. In replied, nothing. The'trait was sprint? at 11 o'clock. A scene took place just be fore the execution. Thepria uier's brother insisted upon standing by him to the last, declaring him to he innocent. This the Sheriff refused in piritiii, he claiming it to be unlawful. Uwrhnsu a i s.cll i«i< for tt.-cr. i try of Itie Siutnls. New York. Aug. 6. — Tin Tribune thinks that George C. Gorham is elill laboring under the delusion that he ia the candi date of the Republican Senators for Sec retary of the Senate. A Washington newspaper, of which he ia aaid to be tl„ editor, spoke of him a day or two ago as ' the present candidate for the position,” anil adds that " Id* election waa oily de ferred through the deadlock wfileh charac terised the extra aesaiou ot the Senate last Spring.” If Gorhaiu ia ant thing except a ! wuaeiencolta. adventurer, 'which may per h«ps be doubted, he is an anti Adminiatra- j tion man That of itself ought to, and ' doubtless will, settle the business. We • observe in the Republican newspapers a mi d but determined objection to Gor ham's attempt to load himself again upon ♦be party. The D.-mocratw In Blaine. Lewihto.v, August 4.—At the Second Congreasional District Dein**cr»tic Con vention. after the temporary orga-.izstion. Governor Garcefon made a *|>eech. advising the indorsement of a-diiogton Gill»ert, til- Greenback candidate, without in <k»n a Domination. He had the ple.iic** of Gil b«*rt that if i be Green backers assis^d the | Repui brans in the nrgauisalioo *4 the House, he wouM resign. I h- conve ti»n refu-ed t . ad pt this c nrse. nd *fur th.*« l^rman^nt o* -j *n zar • •». Fr^nklm R»ed was n-.iiiin .ted a c •m* 1 *n The reso lute. n« indorse the Cincinnati platform, and the a hull i*r ration *4 G writ r l*Uia te»l, and exe.-i the I'feuipted as-vtssinH tion of Pre»iden* <• »fi**'d. Tlte \o lh t'Hrollns HeeUoa Raleigh. Angust 5.—The election passed off qnie»ly. T e towns where prohibition strength was cone ded have all given, as far as heard from. In avv anti-prohibition majorities. The y„te was light The ne eroes voted solid y with the Republican lenders. wh > had pronounce*! against pro hibition. The majority against the meas ure will be large, perhaps 40 0<K). Seven teen counties gave a majority of 21.748 against prohibition. The other counties will probably make i*. 60.000 to 70,000. The whites wire divided, but the negroes were solidly opp"$. d to tin- measure.* Arrest Ol n nfMiuu i iiiiir<ie n«■ r chanl. New York, August 5.—The World says regarding the arrest of 8am Sbing, a Chi nese merchant, who is accused of baling stolen several thousand dollars worth of good* from R. Isaacs ,% Bro., importers of Chinese and Japan* se goods on Broadway. He has store* in Philadelphia. Charleston, Atlantic City. New Jersey. Washington and San Francisco. It is said that Shing is wealthy. He has been only five years in the country. laimer Again iy the Field. Erie (Pa.), Aug. 5.—Dr. Tanner, the faster, registered his diploma here to-day. He is drawing up a proposition to the medical faculty of New York to fast three months. He stated to a reporter that he can fast D5 days if fed on electricity. The air in the room is to be charged with a strong current. This being the positive, he can obtain thfe negative element from the disintegration of his tissue. He is n<»w fattening for a fast, as plenty of adipose tissue is necessary, hove an:l ttorphi n«*. ! Chicago, Aug. 5.—Robert Ilallingerand Kitty Hii-1 loved each other in opposition to the wishes of Robert’s parents. Each being 18 years old. and considering their cast- a bard one, they took morphine. Robert died this morning. Kitty is not expected to live. Kent In Slate Prion. New York, Aug. 5.—George Walker of Boston who abducted a child, aged seven years, from in fro.it of its parents resi dence in this city, was yesterday sent to State Prison for n-n'years: villi'*! roUen. New York. Aug. 5.—It was verv hot yes terday, being 93 in the shade. There were 19 sunstrokes ; three fatal. At Hanover. N. If., it was 102. There were several sunstrokes in Montreal. IMsappeiirauei* «»f llnrlinniin. New York, Ang 5.—Hartmann, the Ni hilist. lias disappeared, probably fearing extradition. H i* friends refuse to reveal his whereabout*. OVER THE WATER. I8l»»*ciul to tli»- SENTINEL.] IiONDos, \11 11*' -4 —In the Central Crim hi-il C-nrt to »I =• v tn-* young Iri*hni;in I*rtt i i»*k r.!f ur.| ilickie. w«*f.*uud gml'y • •f tf rr ifni" vf t<» ki;l (h** **e ■•n** »t y **f I re l.md tin o« he r«- <- *^t| tht- I*iah prisoner* .arid re-'gnrd hi* ffi —, I’l.e verdict w * C 'o.nii • ed wi'fi h r -ro iimeii laiion to I'' *rcy I'he -I f r t|,M Crown g-«id K.»r-f -r ilraiie ! the lightest —• tience t-» be pa«se<i .non (i»e priooer. Sentence w.»s |M**r i» >Hfil. DPBLl.v. An 'U*r 4 —The Freeman'* Journal believe* >h tl F r*'er wi!: re.-i. n a* « > »n as the Lhi i lii’l tec iw« the royal assent. Ilou lu Become Kieh. Nothing is so*6*«y as to Wcmne ricb. It is only nec*s*ary to trust nobody, to be friend none, to get all yon can and save all i you get, to stitrt yourself and everybody belonging to you to be the friend of no man. and have uobodv for your friend, to heap interest upon interest, cent upon cent; to be rm-erable, and despised for some twenty or thirty years, and riches will come as Rure&s disease and disappoint ment. And when pretty near enough wealth is collected by a disregard of all charities of the human hpart. and at all ex pense of every enjoyment, death comes to finish rhe work—the body is buried in a hole, heirs dance over it, and the spirit goes—where ? For the beat green fruit of all kinds go to the Red House of B. Alexander. • * Go early and secure bargains at the Han Francisco Clothing Store # BOR*. In Eureka. August 5, to the wife of William Anderson, a daughter. In Ettrekn, tuaii.t 5. to the %ife of T. Ken nedy, a daughter. _ BIF.D. in Ruby Hi']. August 5. Mary, daughter of Mile* ai.d Maria Hogan, ag< d 6 ye.rs and 1 mouth. The funeral will take place from the resi dence of ihe parents at 1 o’clock this after noon. Friend* and acquaintances of the fam ily are invited to attend •n r." i o-ijay. BEii'ISTEBEfi LE TEES Remaining in the eureka pobtop fire August 5, l*bl : * ^ niai-K Ognr OniM>pp« Sim m Kim..netti M •n. « hi sittu. M« ri*1 Aug«Jo ■oii^eppe Toraatlnl Prmiclftoo 1'ietro AMonio Succettl A. G. Maudel P Glov*:>i ntoiilo Fr-telll F«).#-tti Amu AutoiilO N» •!#- Fi.b-IU A i»dre* i*el K« . » i Dw..o vn...uK .w, irH.sirjru 1'lUTh IilUHl IX* pet Hon tily known to the Postmaster, or be identified by some responsible p. r»mi If not :» led t.»r Within 30 days, these letters will be Mint to the Deed Letter Office: W. J. SMITH. Postmaster. HOUSE FOR SALE! UM-HING TO Li AVK TIIF.9TVTK I OF fer my dwejiii.g h -u«e tor sale. Price, ti 00 including «»rpef. nud kitchen reus*, veryihipg • \« ep m> .aw library, in my of IrriutL- 8KS1 XI >1 lining t»fnr>l|le F W Cole. Eureka, August 3, ltxi. au3tf »f « • _AT... icrgs Family Grocery l «*ur liasrii I rmh K.tfgw.HI oo >*«*r 7 J3 I I . a* i sue |M*r < ase.7 «,<» u.V-Htf H. Ill: It U. MeTastuse. *iE:«*»N* HAVING *- n»CK ThfY WISH l Pa-*■ tired, by Heeding It h* Page* ftancti. '• Kish i're* k. cun Ip a*»U ed -f getting go <1 c«m1 and the beat of attahliuu for their anj. t«l*. T. 1). PAGK. Fish Creek, July 19, lhtl. jy!4 im* , miscellaneous. FOR J5 ALE. Some Very Desirable Property rpHE rXPERSlONLD, BEINQ DF8IROU8 of going to the Eastern State*, offer* for sale the following very deMrable improved prop erty : Lot* 1. 2. 3. 5 6. 7 and 8. in Block 4, Egan Survey, with eleven house*, all fur ni«h»-d and ready f-r bouse-ki eping ; water and other improvement* on the pren i*e*. to gether with * good * loon business. Will be sold cheap for coh, a* a w ole. or half th property. For further particular* apply at Sample Room* Saloon, near Mattmoma fur nace. No e but those who mean bn*ine*s ne-d call. A NELSON. Eureka. An n*» 1, 1881 an?tf AHSTICiJ SALE The Entire Stock of Dry and Fancy Goads wi’l be sold at auction commencing MONDAY, August 8, ’81. And continuing every following Monday until tt* entire i*tock la sold. W7"At the *t«re f.rm rly occupied bv O. Dunk el k «V>. StOl.KK dr .HKX •*!>. Eureka, July29, lH^l. jy Otf J. B. LANGSTRQFF, Merchant Tailor ! Two doors North of the Western Union Telegraph Office, North Main Street, - Eureka HAS -IF ST RECEIVED AND KFFFS CON •tantiy on baud a new and well selected stock of the latest patterns of FOREIGN £fiD DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will id a1 e up in the lat«-f t styles, and at |»r!«•«•«• l» anil the llme«. %JT \Iteration and repairing will be promptly attended to Eureka. September 2fl. 1880. «21-tf JOB WAGON. Mac. Farlinger, Prop. — Mac. faut.tngf.h’s job wagon will hereafter stand in front of the store of | W. P. Haskell. All Orders Promptly Attended to Charges down to Bed Rock • Ju>24if E.ElvIO'VEXD. MR. E . "k EUHN’S TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Has bkkn KKMoYKD to thk boo* form®’It «<*rtipied hy Dr. Hamilton, next door to Joe B«*os' hi«t<-h« r *hoi>, "» *>»nth Milui atreet, where he m prepared to do a general TAILORING BUSINESS. Cleaning, repairing and altering uew suit* done lira ly and exped tionaiy. Charg* a very moderate Thanful for pmr favors, I hop# for a tinuanee of th<t -ante. E.*KEIHN. Eureka. Nov. :«> l*nf>. dl-tf VLL PARTIES ARE HEREBY WARN'D not t* dump any more manure or other, de ris any p i t within th« lira t* of th® l T"Wn or Eureka, hii i rn>re especially **o in P* stlions** a yon. in the vicinity of the p.»w derma - zines, under oenalty of prosecution ] a<;• ordiug to T>wu Ordinal) MATTHEW KYLE, jy23 lm Sheriff Eureka County. j SEED POTATOES. I HAVE FOR SALETEV TONS OF EARLY f Red Ro*« Potat es. wtiirb are the fluent j f*»r seed of any potatoes in th.* St*t- Knr particulars appiy to THOMAS WITHERED, at the Warehouse. Eureka. April 2ti. lftftl. ap27tf ASSORTED WINES. Just Rscelved at Bartlstt’s. PORT, CLARET, ANGELICA, SHERRY, MU3CATELL. EureV., Jnly 1«. 1*S1. jytstf CRIFFIN & ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —AND— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WELLS, FARGO a CO.'S BUILDING, MAIN rtTBKKT. EFBF.KA. Oflire hours from ft o clock a. m, to 8 p m. W. H.STOWELL, ORUCCIST, No. 3, Main 8t., Eureka. Kur. ks Julv v5. l-ftl. jy'JAtf PUBLIC NOTICE. Owrva TO AN rNN’ECTgflABY WA'tTE, the water of the town has he-n quite short f..r the past tw • days. I r apectHilly re qu at all pera-uiH to b® a* avin*<-f t e wat» r -*p-.*mlde Tb re would he a great ahun dauce, w* relt not tor the nnn»«-e-H*rv wantage. GK *KOR F. BLIH*. 8 ud Eureka. Anguat 4, 1ft 1. »u5 iw New Potatoes. FOR SALE. | H\VE F«>It SALE Fit >M TW* NTY-FIMC t fifty ton* of flr»t class a* w p.-atoes. For particular* appl to J. HILL, Palis de. Auguat t, 1-®1. au t 2w FOR RENT. S Very Pleasant Front Room (FURNISHED) lu (be Misrmx HI ll.ItIXU. W tot puUoalu. «n>i/ *t tk. pakllcatlua <Cua. MISCELLANEOUS ADVEItTISEMESTB. Grand Clearance Sale OF Summer Goods! M. J. FRANKLIN & Co.’s ComofKdiig July 0, 1881. BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY! CARPETS AT CHICAGO PRICES ! M. J. FRANKLIN & CO.’S To the Ladies! Having Won tho Reputation of Being “ THE STORE ” OF EUREKA, We shall endeavor to prove that we deserve that distinction. Our Stock consists of the Finest and Latest Fashions and Pat terns. They ate all new and fresh, having been bought pur posely for our store. Our Mr. Morris is in the California mar ket daily, which insures us the very latest of everything in our line. Our line of Dress Goods and Trimmings, Dolmans, Have locks, Ulsters, and other ready-made goods, Linens, Hosiery and all Domestic Goods has never before been equaled in Nevada, and it is so with our entire stock. Carpets in beautiful designs and at the lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Country orders promptly attended to. TEKM8 : CASH. W. E. DAVIDSON, Newsdealer and Stationer POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Keeps Constantly on Hand a Complete Stock of Blank Books of Every Description. PHOTOGRAPH and AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS GOLD PENS, SHEET MUSIC, Pocket Knives, Fancy Goads, Writing Paper, Etc. ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF EASTERN PERIODICALS AND MAGAZINES. Eurek*. June 29, l^t. Je29tf Now is the Time! Dress Well and Look Weil! mis ii 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 Stock of Fur ni hing Coods has been thoroughly replenished with the nicest goods of the season, which I also guaran tee unsurpassed in low prices. Besides, I have just 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. AIjF HARRIS, -DEAI.KH IN Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hat*, Cap*. Shirt*, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Valise*, Etc. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY FIXEST A\D MOST CO METE STOCK l.\ EUREKA Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Two floors north of lark |>rrv‘* H*looi» i GEORGE WEDEKIND ^Manufacturer and Tuner of PIANOS* Tone Regulator for Sev eral y ars at Steinway & Sons, New York and at M. Cray’s, San Francisco. i/ia.rs si Uis FusluIBcSi jju 1m FOR SJAXLE. THK BRICK RESIDENCE NEXT TO THE 1 public school huthllotf la for aa e, with or without the furniture. For parti, ular* ap ply to [iyl2tf 1 F W. COL*. INT O TICE7 DURING MY ABSENCE IN StN FRAN. t lrco. Mr. E A. HtRTKN*TEIN la an thorlzed to collect and receipt for all bllla due tome. H. KAYS *• R. > uieka. July 13, 18H1. jyl4 tf FORMS i ROOMS! — flYWO HSHDSOMRI.? FURNISHED ROOMS L tout Ioqmr. of MRS. t. RETBKSFD, opposite tsxnxu oflltiv. )}MM < Opposite ■.amber Ter* Main Street, Eure^ AGENTS FOR Baker & Hamilton • FOR....' And Farming Implements of ai^ Supplied on short notice ....AT.... Sacramento Price*. c3-:r,oc:eb,s — AMD... GENERAL MERCHANTS Enreka. April r>. 1881. F. J. SCHNEIDER, DRUGGIST, f EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRI gW SOUTH Of CLARK. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, -ACCURATELY PREPARED— AT£ZJ!Z**of TH*D«o,n6ST. Drugs and Medicines, —Promptly attended to I have alw . f „|| |jM ^ Perfumery, Toilet a„.*t Hair Rrualiea, rm.tti Rrnahea, lal ■u«l Rath Bra.tie., Ete., And In fart everythin, ttanally found tailni rlana Dm. Store. F. i. BCHXRIDO, Enreka. June 1«. imu. WHOLESALE AND RETIIl TOBACCO HOUSE! East aide North Ma n Hir»et, ontdoorbaltv •tone Building, B. ROTHM IIILD .Pra^rtltM IMPORTED ABD DCBFSTIC CM Inclining the following cm bratt-d brands: Poiuerago Lwtj* Mop. It* »a Belle, Htllar. • retuicr.T:ai Amrei. Pheulx. Peter Morrl* Pilnceaa *adr* t»* f Me-Not AH these favorite brsad* at others wiii be au!d fur FROM $20 TO $200 PER 1,001 PLAYING CaKDB, PIPLS AND CUTLUL < heniug and kmwklni Tokanail Hie liu««t Braudi. •/“All these goods sra pur* and fresh. aa4 at sold as •mailer figures than am before lu auraka. Eureka, June J3, l*t»l. Hiram Johnson, Wholsssls sod RetsllD.sl.rll ■ TABLE Alt rUCI GROCERIES ... AND ... PROVISIONS. Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacoi, Bngar cured, clwajr* on laand AT THE BRICK 8TOR«. NORTH MAIN 8TREIT. Eureks, July IS. 18SI. lrtW CITY DRUGlS • Nesrl y opposlis Psiton k Co '• But MAIN STREET, • • • EUM** FRESH DRUGS, Patent Medicine*! TOII.ET GOODS ETC., ETC. H. A. MARTIN, myntf_ NOTICE. To All Whom MayCoBcen: r, ll. th.11 Win not p.y 18*»* lbre’ n n* notes ni.dc by Hie. psfsbl. to • WfUiBrr.l or lil* ordrr, d«trd »rpt- : cH wit I One for $o00. psy.ble June *■> f..r MOO, psysble July *. I**1: t,,it| MnO, p.y.blc An.ust SO. I**.™"* uii * been no , nn-tiler.tlon for the m.'llnj , pi I, very of either or .uy 01 .eld o '”^„* repr. .entatl'U. ni.de hi me "'d“c,JJ,t«,M» hut tbereo, •« to oonel.'erstton j> tllU< ,alee or frsndslent. or if true, »• » „ , » now wholly failed. And tbs P „ „r rtfd tiunrd sgsiusl uegotisting ssd iiis.lt' them. r " Kopeks, June 31. lent. -- WOOD CONTRACT. Teams Wanted rjSO HAUL BETWEEN *00 OB of well-sessooed M.hog.ny »nd «». * ^ fiom Dry Lske to the Rlchmosd ****** will sell tbs isms on tbs ground. For p lsrs spply st my aslsos. JOB Esssks, JusslO, MU