Newspaper Page Text
(gurcktt Etailij Sentinel.
170 Ophir-7* 74 s saiifea 44 14.1 * 44 14444 430 2340 B»'‘^:^, 3* 255 200 Con ' ir8‘„Jr n/*n 360 Chollar-2jw 2 n05 1075 rot,°"1rv 'rcr «.-:l40 335 220 Hale ‘ torero.* 175 Crown 1 °int 100 Imperial—loc 50 Confidence—84® 60 Alpba—5* j __m 15^ ,5H 105 Sierra Neva® 140 nab-* 7’* 7* 800 Bu,Von~I0 120 Hi 230 Exchequer—l‘u 320 Overman-!* 270 Union—1‘ 1“ 100 Alta—445 4* 3,70 Jo1'*-!?.0. 25c 150 Silver HUl-J50 70 Caledonia—5® 15 Occidental—14o 50 Andel-!* oiv, M 275 Scorpion—17U 1 U" ®entOwdWFargo-10o 150 New V>dl» rarB . 50 Bullion-"®0 , ETESniO BOARD. ,SS!-KW ■ses®*-* 100 BeldJtg— *®e 250 Holmea—45c 1000 Bechtel—700 150 I Wb*'"'*7 .n ‘SMSKroablo-SOe 100 Concordia— 1 30 Mono— 2 V e35 Noonday—50c 40o 110 Boston—5o . 60 North Noonday—3oo Martin^White—215 210 slO 205 slO 100 Bodie Tunnel—1V 100 Pinal—3 V _ open «e.h»iosi-4 sso p. h. Sierra Nevada 16Vs, Savage 430a 4V». Benton 75s, I’otosi 295b, Mexican 9 Vb. Union 14H», Andes IVa, Sierra Nevada lCVblBVa, Utah 8b, Union 14*tb 14Ve 14uB Con. Virginia 255s, Chollar 2Vs, Belcher 195b, California 90b 95a, Overman 140b lVa, Hale A Norcrosa 340b, Opbir 7b 7Va 7 Vs, Gould A Curry 7Hb. Best A Belcber'12Vb 13a. Sierra Nevada 16H a, Union 14ibl4Val4Hs, Bullion 70s. «. * P^rAWIEMUKK TKAVKI MPARTTRES YESTERDAY MORSISO. W H Sweeney A Kohn M McDonald F Coates Joe Tognini J McLean ^re„U EN Bobinaon gersn Chinaman ARRIVALS LAST NIGHT. Dr G W Hulse Dr M Bookman Mrs John Potter _ Hotel Arrlvelw. Turner House—Jobn Corlett, Belmont; Jobl B. Jeffrey, Tybo; B. Freley, Ogden: Mrs. J. Dennis, city. Ptrker House—Mrs. J. Truetta, Ruby Hill; J. McGowan, Secret Canyon: E. II. Bose, Spring Valley; Dr. Rockman, Vir ginia City. Jackson House—Charles Howard, Rnby Hill; D. Davidson, city; Mrs. J. Potter, B, F.; Dr. George Hulse, New York. Sight of Way to the E. * C. K. R. R. The following li the full text of the or der puaed it the naecting of the Board of County Commissioner! granting the right of way to the Eureka <fc Colorado Biver Railroad Company : Upon application of Oeorge W. Baker, attorney for the Eureka A Colorado Biver Railroad Company, on motion it ia or dered that the aaid railroad company be, audit ia hereby, given tho right of way over, in and npon that certain and public highway commencing at a point where tho aurvtyed liue of aaid railroad cetera laid public highway, near the old Koalyn fur nace, aouth of the town of Eureka, and thence southerly along aaid highway ao far u the line of aaid railroad aa surveyed ia located npon eaid highway; provided, that the part of said public highway, ao to he appropriated by aaid railroad oonipany, •ball not exceed 85 feet, and provided fur ther, that aaid portion of said highway be, and by aaid company ehall be, taken from the weat aide of aaid public road ; and the •aid railroad company shall be required to pnt aaid highway in aa good condition as itnow ia, and ehall not be allowed to in JP way impair or impede travel npon laid road by nature of this grant. Daaagerona rannterfill. A new half-dollar counterfeit is Jnat coming into circulation, aaya the Balt Lake Tribune. It can be detected, how !7V« by, oloaely observing the following: it hu the eagle on the wrong aide. The Ooddaaa of Liberty, instead of wearing Mr cap on her head ia carrying it under a 0n h,r right foot, instead of »M usual sandal, ia a No. 6 gaiter with high heela. All the feathers of the eagle’s ’*! are gone. By comparing it with an other half a difference in the aizc of at «Mt a aixteenth of an inch ia observable all round. Tha head of the bird ia turned “•*roog way, and the ooin ia square in ateid of round. Aside from these minor luaocoraoUa the counterfeit is splendidly *ad well warranted to deceive. M Mat teat ia to try to paia it on a China man for washing. Information Wanted. •rank E. Holland, by ooonpation a Printer, aged 20 years, left New York for Bacramanto, June 5. He has not arrived, trii.? *.** of good steady babita, his .k??. t’ooorulng exceedingly anxious ???*.“'® *ad fear he haa been the victim foul play. Any one having any knowl Jn, referanoe to him will oonfar a fc?. T oT?r b7 informing hia mother, mra.^L. Holland, who resides in Bacra *» Elegant Kupper. ***• Kaveneugh ia making extraordi nary arrangements for the Ulnars’ Onion “•li aupper next Monday evening, and a ahipment of four dozen plump turkeya "P to the Hill yoBterday to add their quota of Juicy flesh to the bill of fair be “■ prepared for the occasion. The supper will be one of the feature* of the •vanlng, and our epiourea will be on time with good appetites. A Finn Work. Major W. D. Barton, a Paoiflo Coaat Wooaar, la In town soliciting subscriptions *« » very fine work, entitled ■■ The Battles L»nd »n<1 Sea," with “Rfl*al abetohes of the great naval ana military commanders, by John Laird. s«I,.u*m aDd letter press are hand •wklsttS"1**4' Th‘ oolt of ,h« entire kokool ( ensue. W. J. Penrose is engaged In taking the ,‘h? Bul* HiU ,0h00‘ eblWren, the o0iS£U 10 ^“P1®1® hi* labors within sho- . we*k• The l>at 1» expected to * a slight increase over the last one. Richmond -Bullion. he Riohmond Company shipped this Fargo A Co.'s Express **r* 01 bullion, valued at $11,220. FI.tr DOIT. Ie»|» from Ibw Note-book ol the IbutlMl’i Ueporter. Attend the auction at Jake Colin’t store this evening. Dr. Qeorge Hnlse arrived from New York last evening. Mrs. John Potter arrived from San Francisco last evening. "Rattler" tumbled again yesterday, and was very boisterous. Uncle Jimmy Fair 1b expected to arrive on the Comstock to-morrow. The cold weather yesterday made every one look blue and the town dull. Just at present there seems to he a doarth ol news all over the coast. Stage travel to Hamilton during the past week lias been unusually light. The present cold snap of weather will discourage any more building this season Goodwin Canyon and Hyland's brick yard are nobby places for afternoon strolls.’ The deal in Savage continued yester day and helped to strengthen the entire line. Mrs. J. 8. Allen, who is very ill at San Francisco, is reported past all hope of re covery. The wife of Lieutenant Governor Adams will return from her Eastern visit some time next week. Dr. M. Rockman arrived from Virginia City last evening, and will practice his profession here. Peanuts have doubled in price in New York. Lew Wood’s bags are growing cor respondingly smaller. Liberty Hose Company of Gold Hill won the first prize in the firemen’s tourna ment at the State Fair. The new Consolidated works are loom ing up like a promontory, and are visible for miles down the road. The Chinamen are monopolizing the wood-sawing business, and they want protty big prioes for doing It. Potatoes are cheaper on the Comstock than in the East. The price of groceries, bowevor, is constantly advancing. For a fine fitting suit, of the best ma terials, go and interview Langstroff, the merchant tailor on North Main street. The emigration west is so heavy that cars to accommodate it are taken through on the express train, causing it to lose time. Alf. Harris has enlarged his place of business, and It looks very neat and com fortable. He is now prepared to do busi ness. Colonel Dave Manheim’s new goods commenced arriving yesterday, and be will bang out bis shiugle for business in a few days. David Winters, son of Jacob Winters of Jack’s Valley, died Tuesday last on the Iiodie road at a station between Bridge port and Hot Springs. The atmosphere yesterday was crisp and cool. At 3 a. m. the thermometer indi cated a temperature of 24 degrees above zero, and at G last evening 50 above. Miss Jesie Mhnsfield, of the Bella Uuion Theater, Sau Francisco, will arrive to night, and appear at the Olympic to-mor row evening in the classio pictures. A gentleman from Salt Lake intimates that Professor Davison's german differs materially from that of Professor Dow ney’s, though both appear to have studied the same method. The bills announce an entire change of programme at the Olympic this evening. The first part comprises new songs, and the Utter portion of the entertainment will include the classio statues. The fire laddies, in company with Super intendent Bliss, examined all thefire plugs yesterday, and found them in good condi tion. This is an important matter, and should he looked after frequently. The Miners’ Union Ball Committee are nxing their utmost exertions to make their entertainment next Monday evening a brilliant and pleasant affair. We hope to tee a good attendance from Enreka. From present appearancei there is no likelihood of a coal famine at the Klch mond and Eureka furnaces the coming Winter. Both companies have a splendid supply on baud, and mors coming in daily. Johnny Mannel is one of the brightest youths of tho Ruby Hill Grammar School. Yesterday, during the spoiling contest, he mastered 100 words, and not only sur prised the school, bnt the teachers also, lie is highly commended for bU studious habits. Correa pondenee. Buby Hill, Oct. 18, 1881. Editoh Bentisel: Will you be kind enough to answer through your paper whether Billy Martin, who was killed iu Joe Meudes' saloon last Wintor by Johnny Br&udt, was shot with his own pistol, or did the pistol with which he was shot be long to Brandt? Tho pistol with which Brandt killed Martin was his own. It was a short-bar relod Colts' improved. Brandt took the pistol with him when he left here. At the time of the killing Brandt ahot hia piatol with his left hand. The pistol that Martin had was a borrowed one. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, P. Bteler advertises this morning that for the next 30 days be will sell his splen did stock of fine diamonds, watches, chains, Jewelry, silverware, etc., at cost for cash. He does this to make room for an Immense stook of goods for the holiday seaaou, which will be the finest ever brought to Eureka. Peraons wishing any thing in his line will find this a favorable opportunity to make purchasee. Mr. Bteler will go to San Francisco in a few days, and persons wishing to send special orders to that city can leave orders at hia store, and he will execute them promptly and with pleaaure. Oall and examine hia goods, the prioes will astonish yon. Th* Public School. Following are the nnmber of scholars in tho different departments of the Pnbllo School: Grammar Department, Mrs. A. Marsden, Principal, and H. M. Whitt, As sistant. 58; First Intermediate, Miss Emma Wright, teacher, 80 ; Second Inter mediate, Mrs. H. M. Atwood, teacher, 40; First Primary, Miss Addis K, Hobart, teacher, 47 ; Seoond Primary, Miss Lonise E, Men, teacher, 75. Total numbar of toholara attending sohool, 844. Tbe Miners' In Ion Ball. Tho Committee of Arrangements for this ovont have about completed their preparations, and it promise* to be the orowning effort of the Union. The num ber of tiokats already disposed of insures a large attendance, but accommodations will be provided for all who attend. A new floor has been laid in the hall, and everything is being done to make the en joyment of the evening as.complete as possible. A Handsome Case. D. M. Steiudler A Co. received from S&n .Francisco a beautiful French plate-glass show-case, one of the finest ever brought to Eureka. It ie rather of a large aize, but will dieplay good* to the beet advantage. For the present it will serve ae a oigar caae, the firm having made an ex tonalve importation of Havana* and other brand*. Among the former 1* e petite oigar of delightful flavor. An Appointment. The Truateeeof theMethodlet Eplteopal Churoli yeeterday received notloe that the Rev. F. Porter of Ohloago had been ap pointed to the pulpit of the church. Mr. Porter oomee highly recommended by Mr. Ladd, the former paetor. Igawnlr. St. John'* Chaptar No. 5, R. A. M„ will meet at thair hall at 7 o elooh thi* avanlng. noi>IK-M wool) I'OKRAL All Iron-Bunded Monopoly tor the Mono Tlnihor Tndr. The narrow-gauge railroad, now being built by tbe Boi^e Railway A Lumber Company (a elose corporation, whose prin cipal stockholders are R. N. Oraves, H. M. Yeringtonand Seth and Dan. Cook), is nearing completion! It was built with the intention of supplying the mines and town of Bodie and vicinity with lumber aud wood taken from the oountry south of Mono Lake. The road when completed will be 32 miles long, and will cost, with its tributary timber add saw mill, nearly half a million dollars. The first and only station on the road is Warm -Springs, on the eastern shore of Mono Lake. There aro several hot springs there, one of which is very large. About 100 track layers arc now at work five miles north of tho Springs. At pres ent all the rails used by the company are hauled to the northern shore of the lake and transported on a barge to the Warm Springs Station. From there they are loaded on the cars and distributed where required. From the Springs to the timber is ten miles and a quarter. Altogether there are 200 men employed in the wood *nd timber business. The company’s lumber tract embraces 12,000 acres, and lome of it is covered with immense pine trees. Already 9,000 cords of woofl havo been cut and 8,000,000 feet of logs. It takes 63,300 feet of ties for a mile of track. There are 350 rails, 30 feet long ind each weighing 350 pounds, in a mile, rbe track is now being laid at the rate of tbout a mile a day. Tho road will be completed and open for business in about en days. • Death of Joseph Rosenthal. The Tombstone Epitaph says the sudden death of this gentleman will cause great regrot among numerous friends and ac quaintances nil orer the Pacific Coast, where he was well known. He has been in Northern Arizona and llarshaw, for the past three years, engaged in mining oper ations, but for a few months past has been in Sonora, where he owned mining prop erty. While there be contracted amalarial disease and came to Tombstone several weeks since to recuperate, stopping at Brown’s Hotel. His illness wss not snch as to confine him to his bed, though he had been failing for the past few days. On Monday it was determined to remove him to a room on Allen street, and be was being assisted from the hotel to a carriage when be asked to sit down in the office, where he oxpired. The immediate cause of bis death wss heart disease. Our Jewish citi zens took charge of the body, and it was buried yesterday afternoon at 4 o’clock. Mr. Rosenthal leaves a widow and two children in Ban Francisco, who have the warmest sympathy of our citizens. Value or a Miner's Life. R. T. Brodek, administrator of the estate of Noah B. Farnum, deceased, has brought suit in the District Court of Virginia against the Con. Imperial Mining Com pany for $25,000 damages alleged to have been caused by the killing of Mr. Farnum in the Imperial mine. The complaint states that on Sept. 16, 1880, Farnum was lurk ing in the Imperial, and while in the cage, was ascending from the 1800 level, when near the 1100 level, by reason of a defective and insufficient cable and worhless safeties, the cable broke, the safeties failed to hold and the cage fell to the bottom of theshsft. Farnum was instantly killed. He died in testate, and by order of Court Brodek was appointed administrator of his estate. De fendant's answer has not yet been filed. The Old People. The Home for the relief of the aged and indigent, as one means to raise funds, are giving a lunch at Platts' Hall during the present week. The Ban Francisco Stock Exchange says the Old Peoples’ Home, situated on Francisco street, near Powell, is the sole institution of the kind in Ban Francisoo where the old and poor of both sexes are taken care of. The present means of appealing to the sympathies and assis tance of the public is one that is based on the principle of giving as fair a return for the sum contributed, those who provide, and not those who eat the lunch, being the real contributors to charity. Hatters on Plus Street. There was an old time dullneae abont the market thli morning, says the San Fran oitco Stock Exchange, that reminded one of the dawdle days when the tecnritiee hob bled along in a well worn rnt, and bonan zas were mentioned with a dorisive smile. The orop of chippers which flourished in those times have long since been swept away. They stood the drowsy atmosphere of five cent fluctuations as long as they could. Then some of them tried work as a iort of doubtful experiment, while others drifted off to the wheat fields and cow pas tures, and a few who were incurably dis gusted took a plunge from the Oakland ferryboat, and told the crabs all they knew about stocks. The l.ate Walking Hatch. The Bodie Free Press says considerable disousslon has sprung up over the recent walking matoh between Pascoe and Wil cox. Many of those who bet on Wilcox olaim that they won the stakes, while some of those who bet the other way in sist that all bets should be declared off, for the reason that Wilcox rode into town and did not complete the walk. In horse racing the winning animal has to pass un der the wire before the money is passed over ; but on the other hand it is claimed that, as Wiloox took the stakes, all beta should go the same way. It looks now as though some eminent authority will have to be referred to before the matter can be settled. __ ■hot In ttaej Hand. Willie Piper, the 11-year-old son of John Piper of Virginia, accidentally shot him self, says the Ohroniole, on B street, near the engine-house, where he and another small boy were playing with a pistol. The ball went in the palm of the left hand and lodged in the wrist, from which the at tending surgeon was unable to extraot it. The wound is severe and painful. The father of the boy says that the pistol was given to the two boys by a lad named Geneeey, abont 18 years of age-old enough to know better than to give fire arms to children. Races at Tnecarora. The Tuscarora Times-Beview says: Our Fall races take place next week, com mencing on the 19th and continuing four dayB. We learn that several horses will be here from various portions of the coast. We do not know the names of the animals to be plaoed on the traok, but we can promise their owners good cheer and fair dealing. No pains will be spared to make the entertainment a sucoees. The purses are large for an outside town, and the coin is ready to " hang up." * Another Offender. ' Lander County ie contributing liberally to the population of the State Prison thie year. Sheriff Utomas of that county pasted Winuamucoa on Thnrsday with Florenoe Dolan, who has been sentenced for 10 years. He la the fourth person tent up from Austin at the present term of Court. _ __ Tor AbueluK on OMeer. Tom Penrose, who resisted the lawful process of Constable Penrose in serving a writ on Kuby Hill and making threats against the officer, was fined *30 25 in Justice McLaughlin’s Court on Thursday, a Jury of nine persons finding him guilty of the offenses charged. The fine was paid. ROMS OF HONOR, Proficient Pupil* In Onr Public School. The following is a list of the names of popils in the Enreka Public School who have been studious, dutiful, obedient and punctual in attendance, and have not a check standing against them for the week just ended: FIRST INTERMEDIATE—MISS E. WBIOHT, TEACH'B. Jennie Atwood McCormick Paul Mary Bishop McCormick Mary Bellinger Maggie Manheim Alma Colin Ada McGerry Gertie Kvana Nellie Main Mamie Fdgcomb Sarah Kennedy Josephine Fitzgerald Geraldine BosaieJohn Fitzgerald McCoy Steler Mamie Hopkins Myra * Rickard Alfred Johnson Alice Wharman Fred Kemp Harry 2d intermediate—miss h. m. ATWOOD, teach'b. Morton Johnson Annie Lee Annie Young Ettie Gallagher Fanny Steler Carrie Ferrell Alice Harmon Lizzie Beene Alpha Herring Maggie Delaney Lizzie Lachman Richard Fitzgerald Felix Rice Wi lie Ford Annie O’Brien Willie Biahop Willie Olson Conrad Knhl Nettie Msu FIRST PRIMARY—MISS A. K. HOBART, TEACHER. Charlie Brcmankampf Jennie McCoy Jessie Baker Nellie Maupin Leon Conklin Edith Mathews Flora Clark Lola Median Mollie Clark Mary Nulty Annie Ferrell Allle Osgood Ida Harmon Gertie Rowland Amelia Kuehn Alice M Wells Mollie Klllham Buis Wilson rUliiAKi—M ISA L. E. MATJ, TEACHER. Iky Cohn Eddie Beard OuaHie Mason Dave Killam B rtha Man Willie Dainen Jennie McMillan Ida Itavell Gertie Penfold Kittle Johnson Petty Davis Nattie Diamond Charlie Thomas Elmer Conklin Obi Alpanna Ellen Jones Willie Evans Jean McGlow v Henry Dawson May McEwen Lillie Edgcomb Fanny McGarry Alina Kuehn James Molinelli Ailie Mi-Martin Bertha Cohn Arthur Phillips * Lillie Cohn Minnie Sadler Ella Hunter Sadie Taylor Bridget Hannan Emily Weymouth Jeannette Johnson Hattie Baker Pollie Weymouth Guaaie Bremenkampf Minnie Mau Kosie Steler Annie Cohn The Grammar Department will only have a report once a month. BODIE ITEMS*. The Free Press has the following : Nearly all the miners at work are inter ested in stocks. Eureka has a new variety theater. Bo die has a new slaughter-house. C. 8. Hayes, an old Bodie compositor, arrived last evening from Carson. Gabo Mills, who was injured in the Syn dicate mine, is getting well rapidly. Track-laying on the narrow-gauge will soon reach the foot of the Standard grade. It is reported that Jack Hall of Lundy will soon take charge of the Windsor Hotel. Tho most miserable man in the world is he who cannot take a good joke. There is lots of fun in North America if yon only know how to extract it. A Mormon Juror. The Salt Lake Tribune of the 13th has the following: The time of tho Third District Court was pretty well taken up yesterday by the case of the People vs. David Frazier, charged with bigamy. It appears that Frazier came to Utah a few months ago and married a girl named Moffat. The honeymoon was hardly over when the young wife reoeived a letter from Sacramento from Mrs. Frazier No. 1, which materially opened her eyes. The friends of the lady began to hunt up the faots relating to his former marriage, and the result was prosecution for bigamy. M. M. Kaighn and T. C. Griffith con ducted the defense, throwing around their client all the law which bore in such cases since the Gauls invaded England. The table in front was covered with law books set up edgeways. Seventy-eight law books were used to read from, all going)to show that the testimony in such cases was irrelevant aud immaterial, etc. A feature of the trial was the excus ing of Joseph Cherry, an old Mormon, from the jury. When the question was asked of him, if he had any conscientious scruples against finding a verdict of guilty in a bigamy case, even when the evidence fully warranted it, he replied that he would not find a verdict of guilty under any cir cumstances, and was excused. The de fence admitted the existence of the Cali fornia woman, and insisted that the prose cution must prove a legal marriage. It was also claimed that the Mrs. Frazier had no right to bear the name, being only a mistress, living with her husband on the word and license basis, allowed by the tolerant inhabitants of the Golden State. The case is still in progress. farson Note-. The Appeal is authority for the state ment that D. 0. Mills is a great sufferer from Bright's disease of the kidneys. It is reported that John T. Pantlind, formerly lessee of the Ornisby House, has sold his interest in a Tombstone mine for *25,000. The four-year-old son of M. Sussman, was seriously injured by a heavy wheel falling on him at the railroad depot on Tuesday last, and is in a critical condition. A woman of the town was arrested on Tuesday for selling whisky to Indians. She is said in her youth to have been “ one of the belles of New Orleans and a woman with a history.” A Bleb Deposit. The Ophir Mining Company will toon begin active prospecting on their Howard •treet extension, says the Chronicle, opened up lor them by Ben. Rowe in an unexpected manner. Some o( the ore found at that point is exceedingly rich in both gold and silver. So rich is it that wire gold is thickly woven through some specimens, and other pieces carry nearly one-third their weight in silver. Assays as high as $6,100 to the ton have been had. A Reporter Assaulted. Chief of Polioe Bradley was arrested to day on a oharge of assault and battery, says the Virginia Chronicle of Thursday, preferred by Pleasant Moore, reporter of the Gold Hill News. Mr. Bradley was dismissed by Juitioc Hires on his own reoognizance until Monday next, when the oaso will be tried. The trouble grew out of an item written by Mr. Moore, which Mr. Bradley declares to have been false and malicious. __ Cricketers Coining from England. Arrangements have been made for a cricket matoh with the All England Eleven, who are at present playing a series of cricket matohes in the Eastern States. They will play a three days’ matoh at San Francisco on Oct. 20, 21 and 22, prior to their departure for Australia. The team includes three of the finest English bowlers —Shaw, Peate and Barlow—and such bril liant batsmen as Wyett, Selby and Look wood. (urffont. The enrgeoni of the Pacific Surgical In stitute, SOS Kearny street, San Franoisco, Cal., desire to Inform the people of Kureka and the surrounding country, that they will not be able to visit Eureka Just at present. They make this statement that their friends and the afflicted may not be deoelved by one traveling and advertising himself of the National Surgioal Insti tute. _^ * A Wreck on Lake Bigler. Dr. Kirby of Virginia City on Wednesday received word that his beautiful yacht “ Fleeter ” was lost on Tuesday in a heavy squall on Lake Bigler. The yacht was a tine and fast one. Bailor Jack was aboard and is said to have gone down with the craft. The Weekly kealluel. To-day is the regular publication day of the Weekly Sentinel. It will oontain, as usual, thirty-two columns of reading mat tor, devoted to the State. 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 aud wide, as the most effective means of making our district known abroad. It can be secured in wrappers, postpaid, at the Postofiice news depot and at C&lisher Brothers. For yearly subscriptions, ap ply at the publication offieo, corner of Monroe and Bateman streets. Terms, $5 a year. __ Fresh System. Gibfried A Brisacher of the Jackson House Restaurant have made arrange ments by which they will be constantly in receipt of frosh oysters, which they will serve in every style. They will keep an ail-night house hereafter and meals can be secured at all hours of the night or day. They will also pay tho strictest attention to arranging and furnishing balls and parties with luncheon or snppers. * The r.naelona Bivalve. The oyster season has arrived, and this is nowhere more apparent than at Mrs. Brown’s Restaurant, where at all hours of tho day aud night the bivaivo is served in any style known to the art of cooking. Oysters are received by express daily in cans and in the shell from both the East and West. Families supplied. * • Ed. Wilhelm Begs to inform his customers and the 1 publio generally that owing to his con stantly increasing trade bo has enlarged bis atelier, and will henceforth be able to do all work entrusted to him at tho shortest notice. As heretofore, all work warranted to give perfect sat-. ' isfaction or money refunded. * Plane For Male. A first-class upright piano, nearly new, can be purchased cheap by making appli cation at M. B. Bartlett’s wholesale liquor establishment on Main Street. * eilt Paper. Haskell is selling beautiful patterns of gilt paper for 75 cents and $1 per roll; satins, 50 cents; blanks, 25 cents. * D. M. Steindler A Co. have the finest imported cigars in the city for a bit and 25 cents each. * A genuine imported Prinoess for a bit at D. M. Steindler & Co.’s. * Go to D. M. 8teindler A Co.’s for a fine imported or domestic cigar for a bit. * MISCELLANEOUS. Assignee’s Sale SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ....AT THE.... SAN FRANCISCO doing Store! ....OF.... H. KAYSER’S ....STOCK OF.... CLOTHING, HATS, FUENISlIINfi GOODS, BOOTS AND 8HOI8. me aoove vooai wore purchased by Mr. Karsky at a very low rate, and will be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES NOW IS THB Timeto Secure Bargains All Goods are marked down to the lowest prices, and will be sold at aston ishing figures. M. KABSKY, AiiIiim of the Boa FrnneUeo Clothing Store. ADJOINING CHARLEY LAUTEN80HLA* GER'8 BALOON. Eureka, July 1», 18S1. _iHO tf GRIFFIN A ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —AND— Insurance Agents. OFFISK IN WILLS, FASSO k CO.'S SSILDINS, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. Office boar* from 8 o'olock a. M. to 8 F. M. notice. Eureka County, Nevada, to attend a meeting held for the purpoae of electing a Recorder for said Dlatrlct. The meeting will be held in 10 day* from date at my wjldenw^ Antelope Dlatrlct, Oct. 8,1881. o9 lOd WANTED! A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK. A Apply at UBS. B. O. LEVY'S, Edward, atr.at, oppu.Ua Freabyterlaa Ckureh. olIU miscellaneous advertisements. M. B. Bartlett, • WHOLESALE DEALER IN ... Wines, LiquorsiTobaccos, CIGARS AND GLASSWARE. « THE LARGEST STOCK IN EUREKA! REDUCTION OF PRICES! [ am now prepared to Bell CIO ARB AT BOTTOM rRIt'KB, ffkr |H pop 1,000 and npwarda. Whisk ee from |1 SO par Ballon and upwards, and erorjrtkln* else In proportion. mum, port&siierrvTims for medicalbsb CALL AND EXAMINE SAMPLES! Eurtkft, Oct. 1, 1881. oltf FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING EMPORIUM! BEST, NOBBIEST, CHEAPEST, .STOCK OF. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, &c., &c. BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises of all kinds Ivor Brought to Bureka! The Largest Stook, Best Assortment, Tastiest Patterns and Latest Styles for the LKA8T MONEY. M. DAVIDSON, Eureka, Nevada. Xarekk, Oct. 1,1881. oltf GRANDCLEARANCESALE _ . --- - For 13 Days Only S Dry Goods, Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Etc. MAHER & MINION’S NEW DRY GOODS STORE! Corner of Main and Clark Streets. To make room for our Fall Importation, we find it neces sary to reduce our present stock on hand, and to do so In this short space of time, we offer special inducements to our custom ers, and as we have no old or shop-warn goods on hand, the pub lic will find it greatly to their advantage to avail themselves of this grand opportunity. UABBft dIt MABZOB. AXjF1 HARRIS, -DEALER IN Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Valises, Xto. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITYfi FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA Pull Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Tiro doors north of Jack Perry's Saloon E. JACOBS, The well known auctioneer, will metre >11 kind* of good! At Joke Colin’* Great Eastern Anctim Store! NORTH MAIN STREET, nest door above R Sadler A Co.**. I will Mil goods at auction for any person at a very reuonable commis sion. AUCTION SALESJEVERY THURSDAY. All Oat-door Snlea Promptly At tended to. Send in Your Goods for Sale Days. E. JACOBS, Auctioneer. Eureka, 8«pt. 13,1881. **1S» CHERRY CREEK RACESIRACES! GILIIR, SALISBURY & CO.’S 8TAOE LINES. Parties wishing to attend the Cherry Creek BacM will be booked for ROUND TRIP AT GREATLY RE . DUCED RATES •^Comfortable coaches and ample accommo dations will be provided. For particulars anply st the Stage office. W. E. DAVIDSON, Agent. Eureka, 8>pt. 17,1881.»«18tf enp a weak iu four own town. Term* and %bb «8ontdt free. kddreaa H.Hauxrr * Oo„ Portland, Main*) NOTICE. ON AND AFTER OOT. 5, 1881, WB, THE undersigned butchers, doing business in Eureka, do hereby agree to clese our markets at 7 o'clock every evening, and to keep them open till 10 o’clock on Saturday evening*. The marketa will not be open on Sunday at all. HALEY Jr SHOEMAKER, H. J. TOOMEY, J. I. HORN, A. R. WRIGHT, FILLIPPI PABONI, A. CAZEAUX, Eureka, Oot. 8,188T. o4 lm HOUSETO LET. rrtHE UNDERSIGNED BAB PART OP A X House to Rent, consisting of a parlor, two bed-rooms, kitchen, dining and bath rooms, table linen, dlahea, end everything connected with housekeeping. For particu lars apply to MRS. HANK KNIGHT, Nob Hill. se20 lm W. H. STOWELL. DRUGGIST, No. 3, Main St., Eureka. Eui.kt, JttlT M, INI. jjNtf HORSESFOR SALE. A FINE LOT OF Work eil Sale Horses! For Sale. Will be sold for Owh or •• er •o Dm,.' Time with Ap proved Neeorltjr. r.A.r.7rV,i»ysF™ btabim