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VOL. XXII. EUREKA, NEVADA, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1881. * NO. 20 Eureka Dailn Sentinel, n«USHED EVERY MORNING (MONDAYS EXCEPT P ED) DY CASSIDY & SKILLMAN. . nlLLUAS. _ 0*0. W. 0*MIBT. Qfazt—Comer of Monroo »ud Buten^uD streete. TEUMH ok HflUSCKII'TION: mV, one year, by mail.—.$15 00 ,°W !v ,tx ilioulha. br mail. 0 00 1 three moliOi". *>y »‘«0. S 00 >-"> t.r. TBIIM3 OF WEEKLY: r »py r S : .••■•••••160 meat marketb. AIBEBT BOLL. CHARLES SCHAEFFER. GOLL S SCHAEFFER, Wholesale Butchers Uooilwl” Canyon, Kttrek*. Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork, the best in the market. fe Do Not Belong to tlm ComMuation! t l.AKI.KS IJOI.I. Mnnaxer. Eureka, Not. 8,188K n4tf ^ [liMMI MiRlBT! West Hid® of 80UTII MAIN STREET, oppoalt® Mr*. Uillhou®M’® stable, WRIGHT &SHOLDERER Proprietor**. Tbr Fluc^l Unnliilf® ef BEEF, 3H MUTTON, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. FRESH, FAT ANlTjUICY MEATS, Of ill dwrlptl',n«. 111. l,o«t In tb. l.nd, and ch**»p<*r tb.n tb. ch..p..t. At Wbolranl. anil Kelail. (ante. Oet. 11. 1*81. olltf IMTHAUrT J. H. SHOEMAKER. MET & SIIOEYUKER, ,,. .FBOPniXTOM or TICK.. . . The People’s Market EUREKA. NEVADA. THH FINEaT Beef, Mutton and Pork In tho Market. Retail and Wholesale. Also the miMT SII N4(JIN mail Bracliirtkl lu ibe Rule. is is the Market for Epicures. Eur.ltft. M.rrh 25. 1881. mb25tf 1SSESSMENT NOTICE. Albion consolidated mining com pany. Location of principal placa of buaineaa, flaa Francisro, California. Location of works, Eareka Mining District, Ittreka. Nevada. Nolle* it herrby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 25th day Of Nova ruber, an assessment (No. 9) of thlrtycenta per ahare waa levied npon the cap ita] stock of the corporation, payable immedl. •tely, in United State* gold coin, to the Secre tary, at the office of the company, Boom 6, No. 827 Pino atreet. San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Thursday, the twenty ninth day of December, ittftl, will be delin quent. and adv«rtisod for sale at nubile auc tion. and unless payment la made before, will be sold on Thursday, ttae Nineteenth Way of January, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the coat of advertising and expenses of •ala. By order of the Board of Directors. D. B. CHISHOLM. Secretary Offic*— Boom «, No. 327 Pine atreet. Ran Frandtco, California. u29td FOR SALE OR RENT. THE "IRON If ALL ” PROPERTY, WITH Bar Fixture*, wo Rllllard Table* and Furniture, are offered for tale or rent. For particular a apply at William Tell Ilouae, Sorth Main atreet, of 02ltf MAGOINI BROTHERS. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock. holders of the Rruraet Coneoltdated Min* lug Company, for the election of a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuiug F*ar, snd for the transaction of such other outlasts as may be presented, will be held at tus office of the Company, Room 4, No. 4<>1 California atreet, San Francisco, California, ouTnKBDAY. she TWENTIETH day of DE CEMBER, 1881, at the hour of 12 o'clock.noon. D. A. JENNINGS, Secretary, ■an Francieco, Deo. 1,1881. d7td STOCK RANCHEDr Persons having stock to ranch can And good green and attention by landing it to my ranch I have an enclosure of meadow land and an abundance of white •age and bunch grass. Stock may be left at B»‘*h k Dock’s corral In Eureka. Joe E. Dees Will have charge of the stock. The price for Pasturing horses is $2 per month. _ j. p. McFarland. WHOLESALE AM RETAIL TOBACCO HOUSE! *Mt Sid, North M»ln Street, on, door below rttone Building. *■ BUriINtilll.n.Proprt.tor. IMPORTED ANDHeSTIC CIGARS! SLAYINQ CAROS, PIPES AND CUTLERY. *urek», Nor. 28,1881. u2Utf annual meeting. The regular annual mef.tino of tHe stockholders of the ALBION CON. “‘"‘HO COMPANY will he held et the office "J Compsny, Room. u end 7, No. 327 Vino ■itMt 8sn Francisco, California, oil WK.BNKH .1.1' '?e ELEVENTH dey of JANUARY, 1HM, of lii® ^Pur °* * o'clock p. m , for the purpose E» *» n® * of Directors to eerve dur* in?*,u,ulng year, and the transaction of kuMneaa aa may properly come be nnu a meeting. Transfer book* will cloae ai?*« d#y* ^An.7, at the hour of 13 m. J117™ DU. CHISHOLM. Secretary. T o rent! A Reatly furnished house, con. j.. J,V, u® Luir rooms, belli room and cel 11., rented reasonably to a small Enquire of E. J. BUTLER, Bshtinsl Bunding. dlltf \(«C Jweek in your own town. Terms and flo }?J? tn* bursas H. Hallerr ft w°" Portland, Mains] __ISF,8TAUItANT8. Now I am in the Field! PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT! 'I'HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEA8URB A In announcing to the public that be bai engaged two eminent cooka . MR. FRANK OABP1ED. leto of the Palace and Delmunlcu Restaurants, Ban Francisco. MR. JULIUS CAROBINO, from the well known Jury Restaurant, Ban Francisco. ,, *^'Both enjoy the highest reputation In their line. My aim will betosult everybody's taste. Hoping you will call, I can aanure you satisfaction. CHARLES FOX, Prop. Eureka, Nov. 19. 1881. n»)tf JACKSON HOUSE Mat jM Mery. Gibfried & Brisacher, PROPRIETORS. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PREPAR. lug SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES. BOARD PUR WEEK. 19. w OPEN I»A» AMD MIOIIT. jg% rreali Oysters In Every Style. Dining Rooms Conducted in First* Class Style. FRESH BREAD,~PIES and cakes Supplied At the shortest notice. Eureka, Sept. 10. 1881. selltf Three Doors Month of the Triackee Maloon, Malu Mtreet. L AMOTT & MARTI Nf PROPRIETORS. The above named lie* tan rant will be open to-day, Mept. 94. \T Y LAMOTT 13 AX O'D RESTAURANT • ke-per of Virginia City for 20 year*, and will give satisfaction to all those who fa vor him with their patronage. PRIVATE ROOMS “FOR LADIES I Meals 29 Cents and upwards. Eureka. Sept. 28, 1W1. u2itf TURNER HOUSE ‘ RESTAURANT. ■onth Main Street. JOHN OERTLI, 1 FORMERLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL 1 Restaurant, at Austin, Nevada, has leased the Turner Hutiae Restaurant, where he will serve the beat the market affords. He will be pleased to aee hit old customers an l aa many new ones aa may chooas to favor him with their patronage. Board, per work.97 00 Meal Tickets. 91 for. 7 00 JOHN OERTLI, Prop. Eureka, Bept. 17, 1681. salStf CORNER CHOP - STAND, In the rear of the old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO & BALLICH, PIlOPBIETOItS. The finest the market affords tlw.j. .erred to cgitraun. Fowl. Wild Uarac, F1»U. Oyetcra, Etc., Etc., Prepared In the moet tempting itjle. Meals at all llourt of the Day or Night. private Room* for Dinner Parliee. For every delicacy of the eeaaoa, go to the CORNER CHOP-8TAND. Eureka, April T, 1880. a8 tf OYSTER SALOON, Chop House and Confectionery Main Bt., two Doom North of Johnion’t. MRS. BROWN.PROPRIETRESS OPEN PAY~AMP NICHT. OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS, end ell the deliceciee ef the markot kept constantly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. The only place In Eureka where t'antly 1» manufactured. Freeh and Choice Candiee for aale, either wholeeale or retail. djstf Old Dave is in the Field Attain With a now And ehotce Atock of Groceries aM Provisions. D. MANHEIM, Vanlnl’e Bulldtng. three doore above H. Eind’e Eureke, Nev. J. 18*1._p81t MILLINERY! MR8. A. CHRISTOPHER HAS JUST RE* ceived an elegant aaaortmeut of Fall and Winter Millinery Coods! r Finely FnruUbetl Room* •© Rent. Eureka. Oct. 19,1831. Restaurant for Sale. UNITED STATES RESTAURANT ON RUBY HILL I« OFFERED FOR SALE at a bargain The place ia Jolng a large .... flourishing bu.iueaii, but owing to 111 health the proprietreae wlahea to quit the buainei, •ad go to California. For further particulars apply *° MB8' _hotels and lodgings. DON. M'NICOL. PETE KNIGHT. THE PARKER ROIISE, Knight &M’Nicol PROPRIETORS. rpHIfl IIOUBE WILL BE KEPT FIRST X class, and everything done for the ac commodation and to assure the comfort of guest*. Rooms single or en suite. Attached to the house is a first-class HESTATTK,A.I>TT. T K E S A. XT. Has s fine reputation, and nothing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigara will be kept. tVRailrosd coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka, March 18, 1881. mhl9tf THETURNERHOUSE B. J. TURNER, Proprietor, SOUTH MAIN STREET. ImiS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS Just undergone thorough repair, and is kept first-class. Everything will be done for the comfort and accommodation of guests. Rooms Bingle or in Buttes. Lodgings—50 cents, 75 cents, and $1 Attached to the House Is a First Class Restaurant. The Bar la stocked with the beat brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars The Railroad Coach takes Pasaeu* gers to ami from the Depot. RE-O NED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in E&itern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. ItHE BOOMS ABE HABD FINI3HED, NEW. ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa cious. Single Rooms or In Suites. Ona In All tlie Booms. Connected with the Hotel is the FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE •... AKD THE.... BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVAOA, A. 1ACK80V, Proprietor, Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. ofitf BUREAU HOTEL, P. McELROY, Proprietor, ftOITTlI MAIN MTBEET. THE UNDERSIGN. ED HA8 FIRST-CLASS rooms, which can be rented with or with out board, on reaaonable terms. Attached to the houee is a first-class BAR-BOOM, where the beet of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS x.r b. obt lined. P. McELROY. Enreke, Anguet IS, 18S0. eulS-tf MORGAN LODGING HOUSE ! Corner of Bael and Clark street*. MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop. The house is centrally located end has been newly papered end painted. Tbe room# ere Urge end elry, end ere ell well furnished with tbe beat of bedding end new furniture. — ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES. Room* to Lot by tbe Day, Week or Montb. WThe public arc Invited to examine the Worth Main Street, MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS rpHIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY REFIT. L ted and ranovated throughout. The ta ble. will ha con.tantly aupplled with every delicacy to be had In the market, and prepared In the moat tamptlng atyle. ay Tha proprletreaa guarantee* that ahe will vet aa good a labia aa can be found In Eureka. Terms Reasonable. Eureka, Sept. 98.1881. »e99»f RUBY HILL Boarding House, John Lacy, Prop. Boarders will be be aooommoda ted with the beat the market afford, for ONI DOLLAR PER DAY. Bubv Hill. Auguat 9,1881. auttf j. B. LANGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor! Two doors North of the Western Union Telegraph Office, North Main Stroot, • Eureka Has if bt received and keeps con •tantly on hand a new and well seleotsd stock of ths latest patterns of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make up In the latest styles, and at prices to anti the if dim. Alteration and repairing will he promptly attended to. Eureka. September 90,1880. s91-tf A WRKK IN TOUR OWN ■■■■■■■town. 15 outfit free. No risk. Everything new. Capital not ■■ ■■required. We will furnish you ill II everything. Many are making fortunes. Ladles make as much as men. and boys and girls make great pay. Reeder, if you want a business at which you can make great pay all the time, write for particulars to H. HALLETT k CO., Portland, Maine. &18tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SAMVEL GOLD STONE, A TTORNKY AND COUNSELOR. 1V. at-L*w. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. Office in the Courthouse, Eu reka, Nevada. ol8tf DAV. E. BAILT, Attorney at law. ryland-r building, ll.tem.u .tract jyjltf R. M. BEATTY. Attorney and counsellor at Law. Office—Room 16, Jackson House Block, Eureka, Nevada. jy8tf W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law ani> jus trict Attorney. Civil business attended to in all the Courts. Office in the Court-house. GEO. W. BAKER. X. L. WINKS. BAKER & WINES, Attorney* at law. office in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada. OXO. W. MKKBILL, 4. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, Attorneys at law. prac TICE in all the Courts. Office in the Foley-Rtckard Building, over Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express Office, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Je5 if FREDERICK W. COLE, Attorney at law. eureka, Nevada. Office— Sentinel Building. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office in the Court House. Eureka, May 20, 1879. my21tf F. H. HARMON, Attorney at caw. office At the Assessor's office, In the Court house. PHYSICIANS. DR. M. ROCKMAN, Physic ian and surgeon - Office—Whitton’s building, Clark street, in rear of Maher k Manion's dry goods store. dl8tf DR. A. 0. BISHOP. Physician and surgeon — Office—Winzell's new brick bulldtng, two doors south of the Opera House. o22tf DR. 0. H. TH0MA, PHYSICIAN AND ICB8IOK, OF flee In Sinini building, up stairs, rear aulte of room.. DR J. R. H. OWEN. I)HYAICIAN AND ICUIOI ID rek., Herad*. Offlo. at tbs Turner Houee, sin street. DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON, Physician and subgeon Offlce in 8e.«txmel building, front rooms, up stairs. myl2tf DR. BEAK, PHYSICIAN AND MCBGEON Offlce—At Sweeney a Hotel, Buby Hill, Nevada. JeMtf PROFESSIONAL 0ABD8. C I AMILTOK, D. D. B„ Dentist, simihn, a few In Clark's new brick bnlldlng, corner of Monroe and Clark atraata, Entrance on Clark street. THOMAS J. READ, CITI1L ENGINEEB AND D I, DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Offloe la Ryland’a building, up stairs. SOCIETIES. MOUNTAIN 1*0DOE NO. 220.127.116.11. F., Meet every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Ball, at 7190 o'clock. All members of the order, in good standing, are In* rited to attend. J. L. SMITH, N. G. A. Olivkb, R. 8. ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER. NO. 0. The stated convocations of st. John’s Chapter, No. 6, R. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday next suc ceeding the pale of tha moon In eaeh month. All Royal Arch Masons, In good standing, are cordially Invited te attend. GEO. W. MERRILL, H. F. John E. Jones, Secretary. EUREKA LODGE. NO. 16. F. * A. M. The stated communications of eu. reka Lodge, No. 1C. F. k A. M.. will be held In Odd Fellows* Hall Saturday, on or be fore the full moon. Membors of sister lddges, and sojourning brethren In good standing, are oordlally Invit ed to attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M. John E. Jones, Secretary. BEATIFIC 1*0DOE. NO. 7. K. OF PM Meets each Friday of every month, st 7 JO o'clock r. M., at its Castle Hell, In the Rlckard*Folev building. All Brother Knights, lu good standing, are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. W. H. DAVENPORT. 0. 0. 0. H. Cady. K. of B. and B. A. O. H. Meets every first and third bat urday of eaoh month, at their hall, corner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7:80 o'clock. PATRICK STANTON, President. Pa thick Hannon, Secretary. Eureka, July 19. 1880. Jy20-tf ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. U. W. Meets at the foley and riokard building every Tueaday evening at 7:80 o’clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing are Invited to attend. Examining Physician —Dr Q. H. Thoma. A. E. SHANNON. M. W. I. 0. 0. Wqitmobe, Recorder. CIGAR STORE! JACK PERRY’S CORNER, JAKE HARBIN, Prop. IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS or tbe fhotcnl Brands, and (be Beat Tobaeeos, Cigarettes and Rmok< luf Articles, Etc., Etc. Eureka, Oot. 1.1881. oltf DELINQUENT TAXES Couxty Auditor and Recorder’s Office, \ Eureka, Nev., Not. 28, 1881. f Notice is hereby given that the Delinquent Tax List of Eureka Couuty, State of Nevada, for the flacal year A. D. 1881, hia been deposited with the District Attorney of said County and State, and that unless the delinquent taxes therein specified are paid te tbe County Treasurer and ex-Offlcio Tax Re ceiver of said County, within twenty (20) days from the date hereof, action will he commenced by the aeid Dlstrlot Attorney for the oolleotlon of laid taxes and coats. LAMBERT MOLINELLI. County Auditor, Eureka County, Nevada. TTTTQ P A PPP may BE found on file I mo rArrjIV at Geo. P. Rowell A Co’s Newspaper Advertising Butssr (10 Spruoo St.) where advertising con tract* m*y be made for It In NEW YORK. (f P (fifi Per d*7 a* home. Samples J)D TO o)/U worth $5 free. Address Stir sowk Oo..Portland, Maine. MISCELLANEOUS. COMUS! ■ •* ffisbgSMalirjinpll Masquerade Ball ....AT THE.... Eureka Opera House! ,...05.... Friday Evening, Dec. 130. The Maskers’ Carnival! FOUR ELEGANT PRIZES I (Two for Ladles and two for Gentlemen.) I.IST OF PRIZE* f LADIES'—Pair of Bangle Bracelets, fan mounted, inlaid with gold quartz. Egyp tian Jewel Case, beautifully chased and lined with gold; very handsome and at tractive. GENTLEMEN’S—Pair Gold Quartz Sleeve Buttona. Gold Quartz bcarf Pin. Tloor Director: J. V. B. PERRY. Floor Committee: A. E. TITUS, G. M. BABIN, G. W. MERRILL, T. J. READ. All Maskers will be required to raise their masks before the Committee in the entree rooms. Frank Riegeltintb*s Baud will fur nish the Mnsle. TICKETS, for Gentlemen.85 00 Spectators, reserved seats. 9 50 Tickets for Maakera only obtainable from Ed. Yanderleith at the Clerk’s Office, Courthouse Building. Reserved Seats may be obtained at tbs thea ter box office. BUTTLAR k ALLEN, dCtd Managers. Etrefa aid California LUMBER COMPANY, South Main St., Eureka. California and Nevada XjTT IMI IB IE] 3E&, OF AIX KINDS. Redvood, OrepTand Snirar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber. A complete assortment of clear and dressed Lumber, Flooring, Bid* lug, Bustls, and other styles of Biding, Molding, Laths, Bblnglee, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., al ways on hand. Everything at the Lowest Cash Rates. GEORGE GAVIN, WHITT0N1 BUILDING, corner lf.la end Oluk ctrestc.* Tin and Sheet Iron Worker Particular attention paid to Roofing, Plumb* Ing, Etc. Bill work done with dispatch and at the lowest prices. Eurekc, Oct. 1,1881. oltf SHEEP FOR SALE I 900 Head of Mutton Sheep ....For Bale at.... D. CALLAHAN'S PLACE, Twenty Miles Northeast of Austin, l eader County, Nevada. Auctln, Deo. «, 1881. d8tl GRIFFIN * ANDRE, 8TOCK BROKERS —AND— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WEllt, FAMO * CO.'t OUILDINO, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. Office hours from 8 o'olock ▲. m to 8 p. u. NOTICE. PARTIES INDEBTED TO TFIE FIRM OF R. Sadler k Go. will take notice that the undersigned hiving purchased all accounts of the firm, will enforce the collection of the same immediately, unless satisfactory ar rangements are made. R. SADLER. Eureka, Nov. 30.1881. dl tf PIONEER LODGING HOUSE This old landmark has recently bean removed to Monroe (treat, two door. »oi th from Bateman. It bu been thoroughly renovated and refurnlahed, and la now one of the coale.t lodging-houaea In Eureka. Rooma by the day, weak or month, at the loweet rate. No atalra to altmb. Good beds. 30 oenta . night. [dl8tf] MRS. S. GOYNE. Just Received ! Fresh egos—two and a quarter dozen for 11. or 313 per cue. Alao, fruh Oyatera, reduced te 3l per can, at BERG'S. 40 MISCELLANEOUS. ENLARGED] ....AMD.... Prices Jteduced A Great Rush ....TO THE.... SAN FRANCISCO Clothing Store! SOUTH MAIN 8T.V Next Lautenschlager’s Corner. I AM NOW PREPARED FOR THE Inspection and sale of the Finest and Best Selected Stock of Moods that can he found In the Market. I have taken great pains In select ing them as to styles and quality. Having had an experience iu this line for the last twenty years, I defy any one In my line to compete with or undersell me. I now offer to the Public my Immense stock of Fine Clothing, GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS YOUTHS’ AND BOYS’ S IJ I T S AIM, a very flue line of Hosiery, Hats, Caps, BOOTS AND SHOES, Trunks, Valises, Blankets, Rubber Coods, Gloves, and Fancy Goods, of all kinds. •7*1 have pureliaMed my (Stood, very low, oue-fou rt b lower (ban any bouae In my llue on (be £oaat, a. will be proved by giving me a cull. I will eome np to the atandard, as I have represented. It will be a bene fit to tbose who wish to pnrebaae (food. In my line to examine my ■toeb before pureba.lng elsewhere. I can convlnee them a. above stated. QUICK SALES,[SMALL PROFITS I •srTo Jobber, aud Dealers 1 am prepared to offer Hpeeinl Induce ment*. H. KABftKY. Eureka. Oct. 24.1881. o28tf THE BAZAR! ....AMD.... EMPORIUM OF FASHION ....nr the.... GENTS’ CLOTHING! ....AMD.... Furnishing Line REMEMBER THE NEW DEPARTMENTS! ....MOW READY ARE.... Teeming with Novelties ....OF... EVERY DESCRIPTION! DRY AIR la to make my House a resort for that Important class of consnmers who desire to secure Popular, Faahlonnble and First Class Goods for the very LOWEST PRICE at which It Is possible to ob tain them. I will sell this Fall aud Wtuter the Finest Clothlmr and Gents’ Underwear, Boys’ Hulls, Hats, Caps, Boots, Hhoes, Blankets' Quilts. Trunks. Fallses, at FURTHER COMMENT UNNECESSARY. D. NATHAN, Proprietor and Manacer of linear, Next to Pmxtou’e * €'«.'• Bank, mis TICKET FOR SALE. Afibbt-olabb TICKET FROM PALIS Alla to Tuc.on, Artiom, And good for Any point In the Territory. Apply to CHARLES GRAHAM, EmekA, Dec. 18,1881. dlTtf Empire Seloon. THE EUREKA SENTINEL file at Mr. J. H Bate#' Advertising Agency, No. 41 Park Bow. (Time# Building) New York, who ia authorised to contract for advertising and aubeorlptlona tothla paper. YEMTKRUAY'ft WOTK RAUH. Mnn Frnnrli.ro Ntork Exchange. MORNINO BOARD. 310 Ophir—6H 6!* 220 Mexican—91* 415 Gould A Curry-41* 455 460 465 40 Best A Belcher—77* 100 California—40c 535 Savage—2 205 475 Con. Virginia—130 135 170 Potosi—145 140 370 Ilale A Norcross—180 11* 200 Crown Point—110 105 280 Yellow Jacket—360 200 Imperial—10c 200 Ken tuck—50o 45c 125 Belcher—1H 180 140 8. Nevada—91* 10 45 Utah—61* 61* 61* 1195 Bullion—130 220 Exchequer—1 95c 525 Overman—130 100 Justice—65o 895 Union—15H 151* 151* 130 Alta-4 700 Silver HiU-SBc 200 Andes—85c 130 Scorpion—110 200 Benton—75c 800 Golden Gate—210 .550 Itegcnt—20c25c 100 Curtis—140 AFTERNOON BOARD. 250 Albion—160 150 100 Holmes—25c 90 Bodie—260 * 100 Eureka Tnnnel—2 200 Bechtel—10c 100 McOliDton—5c 100 Bulwer—205 200 Goodshaw—25c 50 North Noonday—25c 600 Boston—55c 400 Oro—20c 50 Silver King—191* 100 Head Center—50o Tiptop—3 a ClflSISO QUOTATIONS. Union 15^8 I5Hs 1514b 15tga, Belcher 165s. Gould A Curry 440b 4'ia, Yellow Jacket 350b, Overman ltgs, Chollar 130a, Scorpion UOb, 8. Nevada 9Vb, Best A Belcher 7lib. Opbir 6H,s, Potosi 140b, Alta 4s, Mexican 95b», Exchequer, la. Sav age 205s 2a. Benton 70s, Hale A Norcross 180s, Albion 155b 160a 100s, California 40b. Con. Virginia 130b, Andea 90a, Bullion 135b 140a, UtabB'-is, Mono 60b 70a, Noon day 25s. _ K. A F. PASSENGER TRAVEL. DEI AKTCTIES VE8TEBDAT MORBIBO. Gen F E Connor Mrs Gates P N Hansen 1' Everts MrsJVaninl L Fannot N B Zajzard ARRIVALS LASlf KIGHT. Frank Culver WOOD RIVER ITERS. From the Miner of tbs 17th Inst. No snow has fallen this week and tho weather baa been delightfully mild. Tho beads of nearly all the mining con cerns of Bullion have gone south for a va cation of 90 days. The roads are in fine condition for sleighing parties. Tho merry Jingle of bells are beard on our street! at all houra of thajday and far into the night. A banking house of Ogden -and one In Salt Lake contemplate the establishing of branch banks in Hailoyearly in the Spring. This will give our city three monetary con cerns. Money is not such a scarce commodity on Wood Biver—especially in Hailey—aa some of our outside friends imagine. Some very heavy games of faro have been running hero this week, which is proof positive that there Is coin in the camp. Tombstone In Disorder. Tombstone seems to.be in s nice condi tion of disorder, says the San Frauoisco Exchange. The cowboys rule the town, and tbe Shetiff claims thatjhe is powerless to keep that formidable nuisance within bounds. Of course the saloou keepers take sides with the cowboya, for the latter, contrary to the custom of other classes of desperadoos, pay for their liquor, and ■pend $20 where the law-abiding citizen will spend one. There is, maybe, honor, but there Is certainly no peace of mind iu being Mayor of Tombstone, as Mr. dura discovered when the stage in which he waa seated was riddled with bullets, all aimed with the design of leaving the Tombstone municipalities without a bead. Yet there are soldiers enough iu the Terri tory to enforce order, unless the people have made up their minds to let tho cow boys run things to suit themselves. Tbe Lowest Level Ueacheil. The Virginia Chronicle says: The aver age Carson editor, although reduced to the most pitiable poverty, struggles hard to preserve bis self-respect—a difficult thing to do on a gnawing stomach, yet not alto gether impossible. As there is, however, no rule without an exception, so is it with that hapless horde of journalists. He who should be tbe Mentor of tho tribe, tbe ven erable Deacon Parkinson of tbe Tribune, on the 85th anniversary of his birthday, last Friday, worked the town, hat in hand, soliciting contributions of two-bits each. This, wo regret to learn, is an annual cus tom with that talented senile mendicant. The only redeeming featuro of this practice is. that formerly his assessment was 50 cents eaoh. A Brief Deal. The San Francisco Daily Exchange of last Tuesday says: There was a big lot of Union sold at the informal session this morning, but all traces of the boom had disappeared. Now that the stable door lias been thrown open and the horse is gone,' the men of the street have come to the con clusion that the movement waa nothing but a brief deal, because tbe work on the mine was not sufficiently forwarded to warrant any permanent advance in its sell ing price. The Virginia Chronicle re marks in this connection that “publio con fidence lias been so shaken of late that the days of full grown booms hare passed, not to return until based upon something more than shadowy rumors.” MASQUERADE. Wigs! Wigs! Wigs! Wbli#, Blond#, Dork oud Block, eta bt bid »t IMIILLER’S, Next door to the Turner House on SOUTH main street. Eureka, Dec. 20,1881. d21td