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Eureka JDailji Sentinel.
SATURDAY.OCTOBER 15. 1881. THE OWHNTOCHM. The New York Stock Report ventilates itself in this wise: “ The course of some of the San Francisco papers in keeping up encouraging bulletins regarding prop erties in the Comstock lode is deserving of the severest condemnation. Newspa pers may be more or less governed by pecuniary motives, in common with man kind in general, but the seeming utter and exclusive subserviency to such mo tives as manifested by a few of them in their treatment of the Comstock mines is net creditable to journalism. The at tempt to give the impression that there is still sufficient life in the Comstocks to base a hope of complete recovery seems to us entirely unjustified by any known facts. We believe they are dying, and the occasional flickering that takes place, only to be superseded by more complete darkness, seems to us to presagp coming dissolution. The sustaining powers seem to be growing weaker anil weaker. Sierra Nevada no longer runs up into the hundreds per share, but subsides before getting into the thirties. Is it worth while to continue this struggle any longer? While we are writing we are informed that the Sierra Nevada has tapped once more its only bonanza, the pockets of its shareholders, having levied its seventieth asssessment, or $4,000,000, with (during its entire career) but $102,500 in dividends as an offset. The secret of the recent ‘ boom ’ is explained. It was to give insiders an opportunity to unload at high figures, so that outsiders might have the exclusive privilege of paying the assessment about to be levied. ‘ Comstock dividends are all extracted from outside of the mines, and the more than Spartan heroism shown by the con tributors in continually coming to the rescue is worthy of a better cause. It seems a folorn hope. We hear from the bottom of those deep shafts the ominous words, * Thus far into the bowels of the earth we’ve come without impedi ment'—in the shape of ore.” HOYEY CHAYOEN. Some idea of the enormous amount of money that changes hands in the metrop olis during the course of the year may be gathered from the statement made at the annual meeting of the Clearing house Association, in which it is shown that the total transactions of the Clear ing-house, since its organization, 23 years ago, amount to $825,191,555,476 81. The total transactions for the last fiscal year were $50,841,830,373 89, or $11, 843,269,121 43 greater than in any pre vious year. These figures are irrefutable indices of the great commercial pros perity of the metropolis. They show, too, that a large amount of money has been in circulation, and that the whole bulk of business has beep in every way satisfactory. OCT or HER OWY POCKET. It is now stated that Mrs. Garfield PTflOW tn n»v atnAna** attending her late husband's sickness out of her own pocket. That is more than she should be required or even permitted to do. It was as President that Mr. Gar flald was stricken down, and Congress may vary properly make an appropria tion covering all the expenditure con nected with his illness. This will no doubt bo dons. Extraordinary expense was incurred because of the extraordi • nary occasion, and the publio will not be satisfied that it should bo privately de • frayed. _ COUPORATE lYEMEYl'E. Old Peter Cooper’s head is level, even if it is past 80. In a letter just pub lished the venerable philanthropist says: “The Democratic party, when it is not " controlled by men who seek their own aggrandisement instead of the good of the people, is strongly opposed to monop oly. The Republican party, however, is the main support, and it upholds the monopolies that are now swallowing up the wealth of the nation and property of the people.” OEITEArS STORY. * Speaking of Guiteau’s story, the Phil adelphia Timea says: “ Indeed, the in stances are rare in which a murder has been planned with so clear an under standing of its character and conse quences, and if there ever was s csss in which the extremest penalty of the law was diatinotly oalled for it is in this, for the protection of s«eiety and as a warn ing to those who may be disposed to share Gulteau’a political and personal ideas and motives.” the fwtuhk of . jtew you. The operators of Wall street smile . with satisfaction when they read that the governor of the Bank of England says that the most eminent financier of Ikindon confesses his inability to form an opinion as to the immediate future in New York, although his firm has agents in all parts of the world, and he flatters himself that he can anticipate events in all places but the Amerioan metropolis. There is no other great city in the world where speculation is carried to such ex tremes as in New York. NBAKirUL. The San Francisco Stock Report says that the delegates sent by Chicago to the obsequies at Cleveland loaded up their special car with drinkables and arrived on the soene of the fqneral in such a state of intoxioation as to make them the ob served of all observers during the solemn oeretnonies. The Chicago papers are in dignant, and profess to oonaider the oity disgraced. MATRIMONIAL AGES. • They don’t marry early in Germany, for the good reason, perhaps, that they have not the means. Out of every 1,000 girls married in' that country last year 102 were 26 years old, 103 were 27, snd 162 were 28. These were the moat fa vored matrimonial ages, and there were more women married at 96 than 19. EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. NOMINATIONS PROM THE PRESIDENT. HAMLIN FOR MINI8TEB TO SPAIN. Diicuiiion on the Continuance of Standing Committees. DAVID DAVIS PRESIDENT OP THE SENATE. The Republicans Feeling Well Satisfied. THE DEMOCRATS SOMEWHAT CHACRINED. Bayard the Least Affected of Any of His Party. THE SECRETARYSHIP TO SO OVER UNTIL DECEMBER. daviiieverf.lt criticised by DEMOCRATS. PARNELL ARRESTED AND IN JAIL. [•rr.riAL to thi sswnmm.] Washinotos, Oct. 13.—Immediately after the reading of the joarnal a number of nominations were received from the President, including Hannibal Hamlin, for Minister to Spain, and Walkor Blaine for Third Assistant Secretary of State. Edmunds called up bis resolution con tinuing the standing committees as con stituted at the last session. Oarland offered an amendment providing that only the following committees shall be continued: Foreign Relations, Finance, Commerce, Military Affairs, Judiciary, Postoffices, Roads, Publio Lands, Pensions and Indian Affairs. He contended that the committees named were the only ones that would have any work during the special session. Edmunds opposed the amendment. There were committees not provided for, which, in his opinion, would be necessary to perform the work of the session. He instanced the Committee on Priveleges and Elections as one which should be or ganized. There was on the table a petition presented by a Senator from New Jersey, McPherson, said to seriously affect the right of a Senator from New York to a seat in this body. Then there was a Commit tee ou Railroads which might have work to do. It was known from public report that there had been an important officer suspended for some supposed failure of duty, and by law it was required that such suspension should be reported to the Sen ate. A Committee on Contingent Expenses was also a necessary committee. Garland stated that he would modifly his amendment so as to continue the Commit tees on Priveleges and Elections and Con tingent Expenses. He thought it would include all the committees neoessary to organise at this time. Garland’s amendment was rejected; ayes, 33; noes, 37. David Davis and Mahone voted with the»",V“'-u-*ns. Edmunds’ resolution was sd0pted. or, noes, 83. Tbs standing ..... mittees are therefore continued as consti tuted at the last session, and the President pro tern, is authorized to fill any vacancies which may exist. Menus* Proceedings. Washiwotox, Oct. 14.>-In view of the scene being of unusual interest there was a large crowd in the Senate geleries yes terday. On the floor of the Senate there were a large number of privileged per sons, among others, Secretaries Kirkwood and Lincoln, Attornay-Oeneral MaoVeagh, and also a number of Congressmen, in cluding Horace Page of California. The session was unexoiting, bat it brought David Davis to the Presidency of the Sen ate when the yeas and nays were called on the resolution to elect him. The attention of all was turned to Davis. He sat in his seat with his chin buried in his hand, and his face wearing rather a oomlo look of embarrassment. When Senator Bayard’s name was called he arose and said he would withhold his vote. He had never gained an offioe by his own vote, and should never try to retain one by his own vote. Davis did not vote when his pame was oalled, and when escorted to the chair he made a graceful little speech in his ao customed voioe. The Republicans are feeling very well satisfied, notwithstand ing they have elevated to the Presidency of the Senate, one who has long been ac counted a pretty fair Demoorat. The Democrats are somewhat chagrined, bnt wear their defeat as if they rather enjoyed it. Bayard seems to be the least affected one of his party. The impression still prevails quite generally that there will be no contest over the Seoretaryship of the Sen ate. Davis himself, it is believed, would vote against Oorham and produce a tie. So it is likely that the oonteet will go over until Deoember, unless Oorham will with draw, and the Republicans select a candi date acceptable to Davis. There is ap parently a disappointment among the Democratic Senators at Senator Davis’ election. They generally believed up to the last moment that he would not aooept. Some of them critioize him pretty severely, saying that he has virtually abandoned his muoh-boasted independent position. A Democratic Senator, who generally reflects his party’s sentiment, aoonrately says: Davis’ ambition was tempted by his possi bility of reaobing the Presidential chair, and that overcame his usually good Judg ment. Ireland m n Ferment. Nxw You, Oot. 14.—Cablet to the Irlth World from the Seoretary of the land League at Dublin are ae follows: Dublin, Oct. 13.—Parnell was arrested in his bed this morning, and immediately locked in Kilmamhall Jail. Ireland is in a ferment. Dublin is in a state of exoite ment. The city is an armed camp, show ing that the arrest had been premeditated, and the Government is prepared for ac tion. No event in the history of Ireland has so tried the city, and thronly parallel is Paris at the time of the destruction of the bastile. (Signed) JotxraP. Quinn. Parehaslag Confederate Bonds. Chicago, Oot, 14.—Thepurofiaatof Con federate bonds proceeds ateadlly.all over the South. Gideon Townsend of New Orleans pays $38 per $1,000 for bonds, with ooupons of 1886 Attached. A broker In New York has telegraphed the Memphis bankers to send all obtainable at $31 per $1,000, and the First National Bank nas shipped $330,000*01 them. Taken From Jail and Hanged. Charleston, Oot. 14_Jaek Williams, a negro, was convioted in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on Saturday, of an out rage upon a white girl aged 10 years. He was taken from the Jail about 8 o’olock yesterday morning and hanged. OVER THE W1TER. ARREST OP PARHELL! Ho Is Charged with Inciting the People and Intimidating Tenants from Tailing the Benetlt of the Land Aet - His Arrest Effected ttnletly — Moderate Liberals sad Conservatives Approve the Arrest —The Land leagse Lenders to Pnhllah a Manifesto-Dillon to Assn me the Presidency of the League—'The Wave of Indignation Uathering Force — The land League Sitting, with Dillon In the thatr—The Worst Being Pre pared For. [SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL ] Dcblin, Oct. 13.—Parnell wss arrested on two warrants signed by Forster, Chief Secretary of Ireland, charging him with inciting the people against, and intimi dating others from paying their jnat rents, and with intimidating tenants from taking the benefit of the Land Act. Par nell was sent to Eilmainham Jail. The officer who arrested Parnell was accom panied by six detectives. The cab con veying Parnell to prison was escorted by two cars filled with police. London, Oct. 13.—It is understood that the determination to arrest Parnell was only reached at yesterday's Cabinet coun cil. The warrant for his arrest was issued to detectives of Dublin on the arrival of Chief Secretary Forster, who left for Lon don immediately after the arrest. It is reported that the arrest of Parnell ia only preliminary to still more vigorous action against the Land League. The arrest was effected vary qnietly. The police appealed to Parnell to avoid all delay. The moder ate Liberals and Conservatives approve of the arrest. It is believed that Parnell’s speech at Wexford on Bnnday last fur nished the Government the pretext for the Arrest Dublin, Oct. 13.—It ia expected that the Laud League leaders will publish a manifest/). It is said that John Dillon, M. P. of Tipperary, will assume the Presi dency cf the League. A militia force is held in readiness in Dublin in the event of a popular rising. The Secretary of the Land League, after Parnell’s arrest, ex pressed much astonishment, exclaiming excitedly, “Let them come on; wo are read? for them.” Father bheeby, Patrick Eg at and V. B. Dillon went to Paris ves terdiy. Gladstone was informed that the arrett had been accomplished after he arrired at Guild Hall, and his announce ment of the fact was received with up roaious cheering, the whole of the large assemblage rising and waving their hats and handkerchiefs. Dublin, Oct. 14.—The condition of things at this hour is awful. The wave of indignation gathers in force as the mo ments dy, and there is no telling when it may break out or what the consequences may be. The Land League executive is sitting at this moment with John Dillon in the chair. The worst is being prepared for. It is rumored that the Government will take military possession of the Land League’s headquarters, and prooeed to the utmost extremity of brute force to repress the organization. Calm, but deliberate and decisive action can be looked for from the men at the head of the League. If the men in America stand firmly by us there need be no fears of the ultimate result. (Signed) Joseph P. Quinn. Boston, Oct. 14.—P. A. Collins, Presi dent of the Land League in the tJiited States, immediately on receipt of the news of Parnell’s arrest, sent the following cablegram to the Executive in Dublin. Boston (Mass.), Oct. 13.—Sexton Land League, Dublin: Parnell’s arrest is Glad stone’s blunder. Parnell ia in prison. It must be the strongest force of the Land League to continue his policy. Stand firm and keep cool. The British game nan always been to crush agitation in Ire land by provoking civil war. Defeat it. Be patient as you have been bold. The American League will redouble its work, and stand by you to the end. PACIFIC com ADVICES. Mr*. Hark Hopkins’ Dsmnrrer Sus tained — Another Body Fonnd — Suicide of Fred W. Helling-An nual Meeting of the Bank of California — Tbs Old Board Be ales ted. [SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.] Ban Pbancieco, Oot. 14_Judge Finn, of the Superior Court, to-day sustained the demurrer of Moses Hopkins, successor of Mrs. Mark Hopkins, as administrator of the satate of her deceased husband, to the opposition of W. 8. Hopkins. The Court suggested that the parties agree on some one to set as administrator who it not related to the deceased, Harry Mortier was hanged at Ukiah to day for the murder of Richard MaoPherton, Another body, chaned beyond recogni tion, was fonnd to-day in the mins of yesterday’s fire. It is supposed to be that of Matthew Quick, who is missing, Fred W. Helling, a native of Germany, aged 5# years, committed suioide to-day by taking a doss of laudanum and strychnine. Helling had been drinking hard for sev eral days and was very despondent be cause his two daughters left him a few days ago and went to Oakland. The annual meeting of the Bank of Cal ifornia waa held to-day. Twenty thousand shares out of 80,000 shares of the capital stook was represented. The old Board was re-elected, with the substitution of Joseph Freeborn in the place of Mr. Prioe. The business of the bank for the past year was the largest in its history. The present capital is $3,000,000, and there is a surplus of $1,000,000. The assets ex oeed $18,000,000. The amount due de positors is $8,500,000. NEVADA. Th# Nevada Fair and iHM-It. markably Gaud Tim# Mad#. Bbho, Oot. 14.—The attendance at the Fair la good. The lirat raoe to-day waa the Evening Gazette porae. Baldwin'! Clara D, Winter* and Fred Collier atarted. Clara waa the favorite 20 to 5. The bet ting waa lively and the raoe inienaely in tereating. Collier aet the paoe in the drat half and made it in 49 H, the three-quar tera waa oovered in 1:16, the drat mile in 1:431*. and the mile and half in 2:401*. Collier won by half a length. Thia waa the laat raoe of the week. The aeoond race waa a half-mile daah, Chandler, Oonain Vic, Lain and Bigga were entered. The latter waa the favorite by long odde. Bigga won eaaily in 491*. The third race waa a apeclal trot. Wm. Tell and Belle Spencer were entered. The former wm the favorite. Tell won in three atraight heata; time-2:40, 2:84 H. 2:89. To-mor row at 10 a. x. the • took parade and award of premlume will take place. ABISONA. General Carle* Trneo Will Cooper ate with th# Aaaeriaaa Troopa— Governor John C. Fremont Hoe Beelgned. Tccsox, Oot. 14.—A Star tpeelal from El Paao. Tezw, it to the effect that Oen iral Carloa Trneo, with 1,000 troopa, hM left Chihnahna for the border, to co-oper ite with the Amerioan troopa againat the ipachee. General John 0. Fremont hM reaigned u Governor of Arizona. It la thought that General N. P. Banka will be hie too MSAOfa IDAHO. Execution of Henry McDonald. Silver Citt, Oct. 14.—Henry McDon ald wu executed for the mnrder of Oeo. Meyers here to-day in the presence of spectators. He denied haring got Meyers’ money, and implicates others. He refused to retract this statement. His neck was broken instantly, and he died an almost painless death. A RCI9BD HOIK. A Husband'. Suspicion, of the Wife'. Infidelity Verified. Montana Independent. Aboat two years ago there came to Hel ena a bright young gentleman of pleasing address seeking a location for the practice of his profession, dentistry. Liking the looks of things in Helena, he settled here and began the practice of his profession. He was well liked by his acquaintances, and had a large circle of friends. But like many young men new to the West lie became fascinated by some of the evil in fluences so easily fallen in with in the mountains. He learned to drink, to gam** ble, to keep late hours snd to freqnent dis reputable places. The practices have the effect of debasing the morals of any man, and it is no wonder that he was not an ex ception. His last act in this city was the commission of one of the gravest wrongs which man can be guilty of toward his fellows. Last week the community was surprised to learn that the young dentist had sud denly left the city with the intention of not returning. He had decided to do this one day last week, and sold his office furni ture the same evening and left the follow ing morning. Hie hurry had been so great that lie even forgot to settle with liis creditors before going. This proceeding oreated great surprise, audit qould not he imagined at first what could have caused it. although it was evident there must have been an urgent reason. It finally leaked ont, however, that there was a woman in the case, and also an angry and wronged husband. It appears that the husband has bad suspicion that the yonng doctor was becoming rather intimate at his house, and last week on seeing him go there in the daytime, concluded to investi gate, and on suddenly entering the room he found the guilty pair in such a situa tion as to leave no doubt of their criminal conduct. Names are not mentioned at this time, as no good would result there from. The unhappy husband, who stands well in businesf<and society, has the sym pathy of the community. The woman implicated has, we learn, gone East. Religious Hytlerla. Following ii a sample of “ Boy Preacher” Harrison’s style: The horse was pale, and the rider thereof was death ! The rider thereof was death 1 | Sobs. | The rich man heard his foot on the hill. He heard him come down the hill. He heard him shake the door. “ Wife, wife,” he cries, ” keep him ont! keep him out 1” Less than ten minutes before the rich man had said : “ Soul, take tbine ease 1” But the rider came in and put his hand on him. The rich man said : " This must be death ! Oh, death, go away 1 Oo away until I hare said my prayer 1 Oo away until I am baptized ! Oo away nntil I hear John 1 until I get religion ! O death, death, death, death, death, death, death, death, keep off from me until I am 8ared!” [Sobs and tears throughout the congregation.! But no; Ood said: “ Thy soul is this night required of thee.” Ood said : Required ! More than that, be called him a fool. Oood Ood, save us from this 1 [Cries of yes, yea, amen.] There is no time now to pray ; I am going to judge you.' There is no time to be bap tised ; you are coming to judgment. You have no time to seek religion ; I am wait ing to damn you I Thy soul is this night required of you, and be was gone. Accidental Powltloua. The San Francisco Examiner says : We do not hear a word from Republicans about their declining to “ take advantage of the accident” by which they have be come entitled to appoint a Superior Judge in and for this city and oounty. Ju.lire Hayne, through the illness of his family, has been compelled to resign. He was elected as a Democrat by a substantial ma jority. To replace him by a Republican is to defeat the will of the people. Yet he will be so replaced, and we have not a word to say against it. The Republicans are in control of the appointing power, and are entitled to use it, bnt to be con sistent with their recent professions, they should repudiate the Intention of profiting by this resignation, We venture to pre dict that they will remain as dnmb as muzzled oxen on the point. Verily, there is a vut deal of humbng in this world. A Gilhoi lady wanted her little girl to bathe in a room the windows of which opened into the yard, in which were some fowls. “But," said the little girl, “I don’t want to bathe before the chickens.” "Oh, never mind the chiokens,” said the mother. “Well,” said the little woman, “I won’t bathe before the rooster, any how.” ambbb*b NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE 10 CREDITORS. ESTATE OF I. V_ f, DECEASED. XTOTIOl 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE BN XI derelgned, Executrix of the last will and testament of W. W. MoCoy, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchere, within ten months from the first publication of this no tice, to the said Executrix, at her residence, at No. BS Main street. In the Town of Eureka, County of Eureka, State of Nevada, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. MltS. Jf. J. McCOY, Executrix. Eureka, Oct. II, 1881. olS 10m FINE JEWELRY SELLING IT [GST I A •plenilId Block of Fine Diamonds, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Silverware and Clocks IS OFFERED BT P. 8TELER AT LAST, AS he must mill room for the new stock of Hi will sell tt COST CASHEONLTh* M d*7* *° oom6' lod *'OB BP'Pleeee cell snd examine the good, asd ^tcee, and courlnce youraelvea that the tbore no humbug. p. gTELER Eureka, Oct. 14,1881. olfftf GOING TO SIN FR1MC0 ....TO PCRCHASE A.... Fine Stock of Jewelry ....YOB THE,... HOLIDAYS I P STYLES IS GOING TO BAN FRAN e deco to e.leot . new stock of Jewelry ana Silverware aultable for tha holiday.. He reeueate hla cuatomere, If they have any ipedal ordere for him. to leave them at hla atora be fora hla departure, and ha will execute them with pleasure. .V.™*. dm. he bags all tboaawhoare indebted to him to come forward and settle their bills, aa he la In great need of money. In order to make room for the new stoek I •hell purchase, I will eell my preeent stock of Fine Jewelry at coat. "flrOaU and examine the goods and be con ▼**ced. p. stELKB. ■wtka, Oft. 14,1881. olft f MISCELLANEOUS. MORRIS & LEVY STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 600DS MAIN STREET, EUREKA. WS HAVE NOW READY FOR INSPEO tion and Sale one of the largest and most elegantly selected FALL STOCK OF GOODS ever brought to this market, and at prices that cannot fall to attract the attention of the ladies of Eureka, Ruby Hill and vi cinity. Below we give a partial Hat of this immense stock : VELVETS. Plain, Striped and brocaded in all shades a a specialty. Plushes in all the leading shad* a in the market. SILKS AND BATINS. An elegant assortment of Black and Colored Silks: Brocaded Silks and Satins; Satin de Lyon, Sarah, and Satins In all shades. CASH KEREN. Our stock of Cashmeres, Drsp d’ Ete, Drap d' Alma, Camel-hair and new and stylish don Me-width goods cannot be surpassed by the lowest Eastern prices. Black and Colored Cashmeres. Plaids of French. Scotch, English and American makes, beautiful in design and texture. SUITINON. Suitings 52 inches wide, in all the new shades, and at extraordinarily low price*. In fs t. our endless variety or Dress Goods must stand uncqualed trihninun. In conjunction with the above articles in our Dress Line, we htve Cords and Tasaels, Fringes, Ornaments, and all other trimmings to il atch. CLOAK INUft. We also have on hand a choice selection of Velveteens, Waterproofs, Cloakings and Caasi meres, lower than Pacific Coast price*. WOOLEN UOODM. Blankets at all prices. Red and WhiU, Plain and Twilled Flannels, Opera Flannel. Check and Shaker Flannels—the best makes in the market. LINENS. Bleached and Unbleached Table Linen. Nap kins. Damask. Huck and Turkish Towels, Crash, Irish and Butcher Linen. DOMENTICS. Sheetings, in all widths; Ginghams, Canton Flannels, Drills, Canvas Tucking* and Out tonades. LACES. Nottingham Lace and Lacs Curtains. UNDERWEAR, Ladies' and Children’s. A very large stock, and at bottom prices. French, English, Scotch and American Hosiery. Lsd es' and Children’s Wool Jackets and Woolen Wear. Shawls aud Corsets, of the best makes. Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Mitta—an unusual large assortment. We also keep the genuine Jonvin Kid Glove# —every pair warranted as such. KOVELTIEN. Embroideries, Ribbons, Oros Grain, Batin and Shaded Ribb ns. A beautiful assortment of novelties and Fancy Notions—very cheap. KEADY'MADE tiOODM. Special attention la called to our immense stock of the Latest styles of Dolmaas, Cloaks, Ulsters, Wraps and Ready-made Dreases. Aa we Intend to make them a particular specialty, we can undersell the very lowest. CARPET*. Housekeepers will do weil to examine our magnificent stock of Carpets and Oil Clotha, in which, for beauty of design, durability and cheapness, we positively defy competition. In conclusion we desire to express our thanks for the liberal patronage extended to na in the past, and assure the public in general that at no time have we had the opportunity of giving such bargains aa they will find in the present stock, aa it was purchased with the utmost care and at the lowest cash prices. ONE PRICE AND FOR CASH ONLY will be strictly adhered to, and polite attention shown to all. Please call and examine goods and prlcea. MORRIS & LEVY Eureka, Oct. 8, 1881. o9tf THE SEVENTH ANNUAL BALL! ....OF THE.... RUBY HILL MINERS’ UNION -WILL BE HELD AT.... MINERS' UNION HALL «... ON.... Monday Evening, Oct. 17, *81. Committee of ArrAngentente t Frank Williams Joseph Hancock Wm J Penrose luvltAtlon Committeet BUST HILL: James Rowo Cyrus Bldwell J W Blchards John Hancock W U Griffiths Elisha Rule Evan Richards John Trembath JGJury P D Hicks J T Richards Robert Bawling* T H Oxnam Thomas Pearce Wm Gilea Jim Kyle Joe Bice Beth Longabaugh Wm Harris Jobn Moffatt Judge McLaughlin Wm Bryant Hon Bam Longley J W Lambert John Williams Thomas Williams Wm Leyshon Ben Uegll E Morcom Wm Northy A Campbell J H Leney A T Atkins . Jacob Kutoblll F J Mette James Hampton PatRos-ltor Tom Marks Wm Bennetts Mike Doyle Simon Uren H Daley Ohas McDonald George M Payne W J Maraden £ T Trofatter Kraus Bros £ Mau Torn Werry G Baasall Jamas Sweeney J McNaughton N H Pearn Major Wm Btinson J Tam Oapt Thomas Jonaa Capt W Wallace EUBEKA t Hon G W Caeaidy Hon T Wren Hon 0 W Merrill Hon W W Hobart Bupt T J Bead Btopt R Rickard Bupt E N Robinaon Bupt J J Kermeen Bupt B 0 Levy Bupt J 0 Powell Bupt Frank Bobbin! Judge H Rivet W H Davenport Eaq W W Blahop taq G W Baker E*q R M Beatty Eaq 0 J Lanalng Eaq A L Fitzgerald Eaq J L Wlnea Eaq Adj Gen 0 J B Bottler Gen G M Sabin Oapt J M Maaon Major H H Oonkltn Dr A 0 Blahop Oora A Aulbscb G A B Dr J Wllllama Dr T W Huntington Dr Owana Dr G H Thama Dr Neabltt Dr S Blahop Dr Hamilton Dr W Todd W Muller Oapt J E Plater T J Hoadley Oapt G W Crawford Lambert Mollnelll WPardy Judge Harmon Hitt Kyla A E Shannon 0 0 Wallace O Lautenaohlagar Frank Wallace Pate Kntght AJacteon D Nathan Hank Kn ght K Sadler A Co Henry Man A Co 0 Pravoat KA Wilhelm O «mldth M J Franklin A Co P Staler H M Johneon Jake Cohn John Torre H°">‘ * &»»» „ DMBtelndler W P Haakell A Co MB Bartlett Steven ANorthey “ltch,u 0 A Morden A Sklllman H J Tonkin Bcwptlon Committeet Jama. Rowe j O'Leary Tom Pearce B 8 Young J»“« Stlnaon * SulUviD Iaw Reyuoldg John Hancock y Floor Managers t GMrae Dell Tom Barnee BS Young JTBIoharda Joe Hancock Floor Director I JAMES BOWS. MDBIC TII'HETS To be had at any buaineaa houae in Eur?A*or Ruby Hill. - _MISCELLANEOUS advertisements FALL GOODS! New Consignments Arriving Every Day M. J. FRANKLIN & Co,’§ We Carry the largest stock in Nevada, P®27-“liSriSl.IMMKNBE ^*™E8. W. ENJOY FACILITIES NOT OP^' OUR STOCK OF DRESS OOODS AND TRIMMINGS |. .... .. being added to dell?. An Inspection la tnrlted to It. larger then ever before ... We hare a fine assortment of WRAP8, CIRCULARS m htcna . „„ " z’/zzzzz. .’KV.r,,on w,u "• *ucn •« **■ ~£K.A” CARPETS!! CARPET^ Don-t Ml ,o inspeot enr m.mmolh^.rp.t^eparlm.r,,. On, u.o,tatnl^ ® ^ IPA^IEjF?/ n a 3ST C3-Iiq-Q.c5 Of the ...... ilealgna .UehlUm o, pnrch.«r, ^ M. J. FRANKLIN ^ [imlmT'viri CLOTHING T TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING MY OLr -LFriends and the Public In general that I havn .1“ ered my connection with the Clothing Bazar - now the 8ole Proprietor of the ' and *m EASTERN II VARIETY J And located in the MANHEIM BRICK BUILDING IT door above R. Sadler A Co.’s. We have con-' ' tlnually on hand a Full Stock of lOi 3^1 o i Tiiacjii Bar o; Cents’ Furnishing Goods, Ladies’ and Children'. Shoes and Slippers, and Yankee Notion*. AUCTIOKTSALEi Every TUE8DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY Even. • ngs at 8 O’clock, Sharp. I Great Eastern Variety Store! __JAKK I'OHV, THE BAZAR! ....AMD.... OBIDM OF FASHION ....IX THE.... GENTS’ CLOTHING! ....AMO,... Furnishing Line REMEMBER THE NEW DEPARTMENTS! ....HOW HEADY ABE.... Teeming with Novelties ....or.... EVERT DESCRIPTION! •PHY AIM Is to make my House • resort Her that Important rlaasof consumers who desire to secure Popular, Fashionable and first Ones Woods for the very I.OWEIT PRICE at which It Is possible to ob tain them. I will soil this Pall and Winter tbe Plnoel Clothing end Wonts* Underwear, Boys* Halle, Hole, Cope, Boole, Hhoee, Blankets, Route, Trnaks, Valises, at FIIRTMM COMMENT UNNECESSARY. D. NATHAN, Proprietor and Manager ol Baser, Heal lo Poa ton's * Co.’s Bonk, ottt Livery, Sale ...,ax». Feed Stable! MM. HIIXH0U8E HAYING PURCHASED IvJL of Bishop k Oar pan tar the stable build* lug formerly occupied by Moore Broc., baa da* termlned to make tbla & First-Class Stable I Bra Bugglei and Oerriagea ua now balng re paired and OTwhanlad. Bba baa on band a large amount of ELA.-Y" -A-KTXD a-I=L.A.I3Sr Xblob la affarad for aalo In any quantity and at reduced prloea. *nr*Va March M. 18*1. mbtttf CITY DRUG STORE. Xaarly oppaalta Paxton A Oo.'a Bast main aTNaaT, * - ■ bunkka. FRESH DRUGS, Patent Medicines, roILET GOODS 1TC., KTC. H. A. MARTIN, mylltf Praprlatar. F. J. SCHNEIDER, DDDDD S RKRRR ^ s ururu ^ oooao 1 QOOOG iiiuiin ^8888888 f TTTTT J (AST 1101 MAIN STRUT, THIM MU SOUTH BF BUSS. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS1 -ACCURATELY MIIUD— At all hours or tee day ob hot. Orders (or Drugs and Medicines, —RroaipUy attended *o I bara rums a raU Lias s( Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ualr Braabsa, raalb Brashes, 1st aad Bath Brashes. lie.. And In (sol everythin* usually found Is I tret elasaDru* Store. , Proprietor. Eureka. June 14,18*0.toalttf GEORGE GAVIN, WBITTOKB BUILDINO, comer Eels ud Clerk streets. Tin and Sheet Iron Worker Particular attention paM to Roofing, Plumb* Ing, Itc. BTAll work dona with dlepstsB and nt tha lowest prices. Eureka. Oot. 1,1BH. Dlssolntion of CoiiarQrtil rpHE OOPABTNEBBHIP HEBITOFOBI *jj x tiling between. tb« andarti«n«d to* day been dissolved by mutual Oonne will oondnot th Vsrletts* as kw** (ore, and Is snthortssd to collect ell Nils will psy all «“dsbUdns^xuM oeoboe oomiR Enrsks, Oot. t, 1M1.— FURNISHED ROOMS. 4 SUITS Of fTONUBID BOO**'^; A Home of all room*, farnleh*® MJJJ; k**plng. forp*rtloul*r* »P?*f,“ leer on Edwtrd* ■t-'**t. •}*«•“. an0,«gg*l. Clerk street. renlOtfl MBS. J. H. __ HOUSE FOR SALE I TITIBHINO TO LEAVE TH* *TAT,1,prfeA ilo. aaiipiistfa.Srtss Enreks, August 1,1SI. >B** HOUSK8 AND CABIN*. FOB BALE* PERSONS WISHING TO 8IFJPSluSoW** forltbl* horn** *n4 “^“ulSioskJ*' to »pply to JOSEPH OTT, In Gooiwta lf Eur«ks, Oct. 10, 1SIL — Piano for Sale. A FIRST-CLASS »sloo*| A. 881#. Can be aeen inquire of Will ba sold at a raaeonabla p««*- 1B'4oll i® Joe Mendea. - HOUSE RNDLOT FOR SUE A'SffiSSSt did cellar, la offered for avenue, Lot fronts It f**t OB North O extending beck 100 *•*!■ J°r £“pAT»i • .rSIofAWW**®