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Eureka Clailn Sentinel.
DECEMBER29, i*nl. rRlPAT ■ - .Lof»1 Bul^'Wfllon A^nt ri.ue nuar. .... fr«>" »•* Wo»e l>oofc ol the *" P Sent'***1’* The .wearing-off time of year is .bout A S. Gould arrived from l’ioche dry Sooi^ »re in b'roat demand ^°Hon° A J- Blair left yesterday morning f Bristol* u J C. Bothin leaves for Ban Fran ck to morrow morning. The roller skating has been remote! to Ollmpie Hall on Buel street. L leam that there i. just at present a Jrcitv of lead ores at the furnaces. .j Yerington, Buporintendont of the Yifgimi and Truekee Itailroad, is ill. u W B Hlckok left this morning for , visit to his family at San Francisco. The Knights of rythias will meet at their ball this ovening at the usual time. The Eureka Tunuel has 50 or 60 ton. of ore reaily for ghipmont to the reduction ^Parents should not fail to attend the general examination at the public school Sis afternoon. All the shops on Main street were crowded with people last evening, buying holiday goods. Hrhitzlein dem Lautenaclilager fragt: Hefner ecboenheit ist das du am laotzten hekomtnen hast f r,en r E. Connor left yesterday morn • , for sen Francisco, where ho will spend Jbe holidays with hi. family. Joseph Wilder, the carpenter who lately tall from the Asylum building at Iteoo, is momentarily expected to die. No Eureka Con. shares were quoted on to Board yesterday. Albion sold at *1 50 Md 61 60, »Qd Eureka runnel at $J. Only one passenger arrived by last even ings E A i ■ train. Tills is a very nn n,ual occurrence for travid to he so light. The Chronicle save the story of tho Call that John Mackay is dogged in his travel, by > mysterious spy is a eensatioual hoax, jog on it. Mri M Hathaway and Mrs. V. T. Ward and two children arrived from Bel mont yesterday, and are stopping at the Parker House. Tha first train through to Hutte, M. I., on the Utah and Northern Railway, left OgJen on Tuesday evening, and made the run in 2t houra. Gilmer A Salisbury were compelled to nut on additional horses yesterday, in or der to haul the extra holiday freight to Ward and I’iocbe. The eager inquirer after nows concern ing the lost Jeannette arid her unfortunate craw will he gratified by a perusal of this morning's dispatches. Davidson at the Poatoffiee News Stand his Just received the North American Re view, Harpers' and Frank Leslie’* Popu lar Monthlies for Jauuary. Mr. James Morphy ia the worst bunged up man that ever fell on ice. He not only bu a black eye. but a wrist sprained and iwollan to double the natural size. He evidently found the worst spot in the rink to tumble on. In domeatlc circles one does not now hear the uaual excuses: "I was de tained down town with business; I bad to let a man; the lodge kept in late.’’ Rut tbs lady of the house now answers Inter rogatories as follows: “ I was helping to dresi ths dolls; or, assisting in trimming the church last eveuing.’’ Hotel Arrivals. Psrker House—J. IT. Connor, J. T. Con nor, city; T. E. Flagg, Mrs. A. S. Gould, Ploche; A. Arubold. S. F.; Mrs. M. J. Hathaway, Mrs. V. T. Ward and two chil dren, Ward; Thomas Wills, Ruby Hill. Jackson House—James Wcmplo and wifs, Newark Valley; Charles Johnson, X. Wines, E. AC. River-Railroad; Frank Cul vir, Tuaoarora. Turner Hauae—Joel Allison, Allison’s Bauch. THE MIX1.VU IVTEHENT. Pal Tour Mousy Where II will no the Moot Unix!. Th* co-operation of tneu of meana la an abooiute neceealty to the development of the mining Intereat, and money, if properly Hied in thia direction, aeldom falia of being mnlnaliy advantageona. Tliia fact ia being 10 generally understood, that bnsineaa men *** giving more attention than ever to mining, Thia la especially true of Eureka County, where the valuo of real estate and the profit! of mercantile ptirtuita are al noil wholly dependent upon the auecces of mining operations. The fact will be ipparent to anyone, who will give the aub Jaot a little thought, that the money ob tained from our minca and that expended toward developing them, constitutes tbo very life-blood of our prosperity—hence this reversal of the policy heretofore adopted by many of our business men, and the re newed aotivity and intereat manifeeted by them in mining venturea—particularly on Prospect Mountain. Go on with the good work, gentlemen of capital. A wive and liberal policy on your part will anetain thia Important and growing intereat, while to ignore it ia l.mply to repeat the folly of tire fellow in th» fable, who “ killed the gooBe that laid the golden egg.” It la vory patent that the general prosperity of the mining claas, when compared with other great produc tive daaat a, is far in advance of them all, Ua Individual fortunes are accumulating, u thp result of investments in our mines, Tjth a rapidity and to an extent unparal llled in the hlatory of the world. MR. (AWIDY'H nil,I. the Construction of Govern* ■asm Buildings at Carson. I*Mt Tuesday Hon. George W, Cassidy Introduced a bill of last Congress for the erection of a public building at Carson City, for tho United States Courti, oto. The details of the bill are not given in tho diipstob, It is presumed that tho main punt is to secure an appropriation from •ns General Government for the purpose Jndioated. The United States should cer ic1111)' have a decent andoomfortable Court room, which it by no moans has in the old jo* ceiling rookery at Camou. The apart ment is so diaagreeablo and uncomfortablo that Judge Sawyer, who is not robust, epuld not stand the foul air of the courtroom, and, uuttl a law prohibiting •ne graut of such a privilege was passed, need to hold Court lu tho Senate chamber ot the Capitol. The law referred to was enacted as a hint to Undo Sam. The proper and handsome thing for tho Gov ernment to do would he to put up one Jergo buildtug, in size and equipments worthy of a great nation, to comprise •parlments for the Courts and their offi cers, a postoffioe, and offices for the Sur •yor-General, Land Hegieter and Laud ooeelver. Nevada has had do favors from no powers at Washington, and oan ask •nts muoh with very becoming modesty. Pou for tbe Boys. franolsoo Quevedo has made arrange ments to give one of the old-time balls at bull, on Main street, two doore south • the Stone Saloon, to-morrow evening. music will be on band and every tody is invited. Passing Bullion. The followiug bullion was shipped by »•?«‘i F»rgo A Co. this morning : 1 bar, »t 11,880 82. VALUBLK I'HDI’IKTY. A Itcscrlpllon or Nome Kxrellent Mine* on Prupetl Moinitulii. It having come to tho notice of the Hkxtixki. that Mr. J. c. Bothin is loon to leave Eureka for a trip abroad, one object of which is to dispose of some mining claims located in this district, our reporter was detailed to get what information ho oould concerning these claims. He gives the result of his inquiries below. Mr. Bothin has been very successful in busi ness here. He enjoys an enviable reputa tion for intelligence and straightforward ness in all his dealings. The Bextixel hopes that he may succeed in tho enter prise he has on foot now—that of selling to capitalists a number of Eureka mines— for tho reason that it would be a pleasuro to us to note Mr. Bothin's continued suc c ss. and also for the reason that we need foreign capital to develop tho resources of this raining district. The profits realized by those who have put their capital in our mines, notably the Richmond, Eureka Hon. and other companies, have been very large; and it may bo safely asserted that less money has been lost in this district iu mining enterprises than in any other •dis trict of its Bize ou tho I'aciflo Coast. The information obtained with regard to the mines which Mr. Bothin has bonded is a matter of interest as a part of our local history, and it may be relied upon as accurate: WILLIAMS CONSOLIDATED. Tho Williams Consolidated series con sists of tho following locations: Williams, McNaughton, Huckleberry, Reforee, Alpha, Pioneer. Hidden Jewel and Laral, all of which are covered by United Btates pa tents. These properties are situato on tho western slope, and near the summit of Prospect Mountain. The two great tun nels of the district are almost in a direct line with those properties. The Eureka Tunnel, from the extern slope, will cut those claims at a depth of about 600 feet. The tunnel is now completed to a distance of 1,900 feet, and tho recent developments niado there disclose tho richest bodies of ore over found in the district. The Pros pect Mountain Tunnel, from the westoru slope of the mountain, and near its base, cuts the formation about 1,300 feet below the surface of the Williams series of mines This tunnel is also in about 1,900 feet, and ore developments Lave recently been made therein, already noticed in the Sentinel. These discoveries are the most important ever made in the district, as they confirm tho existence of large ore bodies at depth iu the heart of Prospect Mountain. These tunnels, and particu larly the Prospect Mountain Tunnel, will tap tho Williams series of mines at greater depth, and will, therefore, provide a cheap aud easy method for extracting the ore, and also give perfect ventilation. There are thousands of tons of low-grade ores now exposed iu this property, which will yield large profits when economically mined, and connection is made with either of tho above named tun nels. The tunnels are the great feature of theso valuable prop erties aud will make them tho most ex tensive in Eureka District. The depth of the Willie ms mine is n<»w 385 feet below’ tho working lower tunnel level. Work is being done on five different levels, and bodies of rich ore are being extracted. No low grade ores are being taken out. This property has been hold and worked without the aid of capital, and has pro (hired over $200,000, which ha* paid for all work done and for the coat of conflicting claims, which are ail settled and the titles made perfectly good. Few mines can lay claim to such a record as lias this property. It has paid from the grass roots down to its present depth, which, taken in consider ation with the fact of theexpenaive manner in which the property has been developed, reliance being had entirely upon the mine for its support, leaves no room to doubt its great value. As depth is attained the oro bodies are proving richer. A new body of ore has recently been encountered in thi lowest level of the mine, from which the assays yielded $808 per ton. The extent of this ore body cannot be known until further developments have been made, but the indications are very favorable for un- 1 covering there an extensive body of ore. By the Judicious expenditure of capital ( this series of mines will, no doubt, prove to be among the richest in the Eureka re- 1 gion. i SILVKU CONNOB. 1 The Silver Connor Consolidated series comprises eight locations,named as follows: The Silver Connor, Laral, Pioneer, Colum bus, Hidden Jewel, Stowell A Beebee, ex tension of the Stowell A Beebee and the Hackley. These properties are located on the western slo|>e of Prospect Mountain, joining the Williams series on the north west, aud *.re also on the Hue of the Pros pect Mountain Tunnel. The tunnel will tap them at a depth of 1050 feet. A depth of 400 feet has been attained in the Silver Connor mine with an incline shaft. A large amouut of work has been done on this property in the wa^ of drifts, winzes, etc. There are extensive bodies of low grade ores on the different levels through out the mine. There is one body in par ticular, which, by actual measurement, shows 40.000 tons in sight, which will average $30 per ton; but, under the pres ent management, these ores cannot be ex tracted profitably, and consequently only the richest portions are taken out. This mine has already produced $100,000. By the use of the Prospect Mountain Tunnel this series of mines could bo worked to much better advantage and made very profitable. THE COLORADO. The Colorado mine is located on the western slope of Prospect Mountain, and adjoins the Silver Connor and Williams series of mines on the west, down on tho slope of the mountain and across the line of the Prospect Mountain Tunnel. This is tho oldest locatiou on the west side of Pros pect Mountain and is covered by a United States patent. The property is proving itself very valuable, as the recent strike in the Prospect Mountain Tunnel is in this ground, and is at a depth of 900 feet below the surface. It will doubtless develop into an extensive ore body. The depth of the Colorado is 130 feet, with ore iu various parts of the mine, which promises well with development. In one portion of the mine there aro large quantities of low grade ores. In tho northwest portion of this locatiou there is a tunnel of 50 feet, with an incline shaft of 45 feet at the end of tho tunnel, along the side of which there is a continuous body of low grade ore, which will pay a handsome profit. Till AVOW. The Avon mine is on the western slope of Prospoct Mountain, northwest of and adjoining tho Colorado mine, and also lie, acroas the line of the Prospect Moun tain Tunnel. This property is compara tively undeveloped, having only a tunnel 30 feet, but which shows the same nature and quality of oro found in the Colorado. It is in a valuable locality, and eventually will doubtless prove a paying property. These four separate and distinct mining properties comprise nearly all the valua ble ground on the entire line of the I roe pect Mountain Tunnel, and for the P1™' porting and development of which the tunnel project was originally started. The mouth of the tunnel being located at the base of the mountain, great »nd ™uv.6' niont opportunities are afforded for the erection of smelting furnaces. There will bo but small expense in extracting the ores from tho shove tunnel, and a reduction will thereby be made in the cost of '““‘‘‘P8' ”?"S®' grade ores that oannot be worked at a profit now, may be made, by this mean., tl>Prospect Mountain has long been looked upon as the baokbono of the mining in terest of Eureka, and recent developments have fully shown that the auppoaltion is now a fact.____ Auettou Nale. Dr J. B. Keen will offer at public sale a lot of furniture on 8at7daf; af‘°nr.?0£“£ his old stand, oorner of Main and Bate man streets. OVER THE ROAD. A Flying Trip Along tho Elmo ol the E. A C. R. B. R. Waked up yesterday morning, at the un seemly hour of 10 o’clock, the Sentinel’s man hastily removed the cobwebs from his eyes, dressed, put himself outside a dish of ham and eggs, and sat down with Mr. Contractor Perley behind a pair of Ne vada’s best stock to take in the new rail road "on tho lly.” Did Yon ever drive oat on the road such a morning as yester* day ? Try it. There is ono young gentle man in Eureka who appreciates a fine team, a fine road and fine weather. Mr. H. And he knows that those are but half enjoyed without a companion to smile on him. But, revenons a nos moutons. The road is finished and ready for the rails to a point two miles and a half out of town. Thence to Fitzpatrick’s an immense deal of work has been done along the entire line. Were the frost not in the ground to con siderable depth the whole of this distance would bo finished and ready for the ties within a month. Some men have been discharged lately, but there are still over 100 hands at work, with the necessary com plement of wagons and teams. The weather is unusually good for this soason of the year, but the frost is at least a foot doftp in the soil in most places, which ren ders scraping very difficult and expensive. The remainder of the Winter will be spent mostly in such grading as can be done effectively with the shovel and pick. Mr. Qoss has spoken in the highest terms of praise of the manner of the con struction, which is very gratifying to M$. Perley, as he knows that Mr. Qoss is not given to blarney, and not less so because this is the first railroading Mr. Perley has ever undertaken. Tho overseers of the work are familiar with the business and soo that the labor is done in good shape. They have some uglv customers to deal with at times, and their lot in this respect is not a happy one. They have held their own so far, however, and they all live. Several days ago a big "duffer” was dis charged by Mike Kearny and ho went away growling. In two or three hoars he re turned, and, walking close up to Michael, delivered himself thus: "I’ve comeback here, you Irish-, to mop the ground with your carcass.” And ho seemed big enough and brawney enough to wipe out several such bosses m Mike appeared to be. But he had rather mistaken his man, for he had hardly finished his speech before ho measured his length on the ground, lent there by a couple of blows from Mike’s “gun” well aimed at his skull. This little episode caused Mike to be dis cussed, whereupon the boys learned some facts of his previous history. They think now of the extensive graveyard that Mike uwua for himself, and they shun tho “ holy terror.” Tho ride home from the four-mile station is worth mentioning. There were three teams on the road. Albyand McIntyre of tho engineer corps were ahead in a two-horse rig. Harry Goss and Ilill of the same Jorps behind in a one-horse buggy Irawn by a ginger-cake-looking horse, but which knows nothing but trot, while Mr. perley and the Sentinel man held ihe middle ground. It was from the Jump l race for position between the two double [earns on the run and a single plug trot ing square; yet places were changed gev ral times during tho race. At one time ;here would have been a grand smash-up f the prudence of the eldest driver of the >utnt had not made him rein np in a nar •ow place where the three buggies would lave been piled up together in a mass of ittle pieces. Nobody was hurt, though, ind Master Goss came in down Main street i quarter of a second ahead. Distance, 4 niles; time, 15 minutes. A MISTAKE, much llrought Out Hard Words and a Ntx*ah«ster> Several diva ago a young gentleman (ho had been lhaved at Matt. Bchatzlein'e eft tbe abop with somebody elae'a bat on, >r else somebody went away with tbit gen leman'a hat. At any rate there was an nohange of bats, which, it teems, was not leteeted by either party to tbe accidental wap for several days—not until yesterday. Che bats were juti alike, and, both being nearly new, it waa next to impossible to distinguish tbe one from tho other. And if the mistake had occurred between two persons who are on the same level in so ciety, or between two who are willing to be so considered, there would bare been only a swap back and no misunderstand ing or bad feeling. Tbe distinctions in tbe social world, however, are more marked than the differences among hats, old or new. It happened, unfortunately, in this case, that one of the persons to the swap is a Caucasian Simon pure, and the other Jesse, the bootblack. Tho former called on the latter yesterday, and thus ac costed him : " Have you got my hat on ? ” “ No,” was the response. Upon taking the hat off, however, to examine it more closely, he found the inquirer's uame in it. The latter, who had discarded the shiner’s hat, turned away, remarking: “If I thought you had played me this trick in tentionally I’d kick your -b-y off.” Later in the day our young friend of Cau casian blood ran across the “darkey" and, it seems, started for him again. As he Jalked his anger grew so great that he could no longer confine himself to words, but whipping out a “gun” began to go for the bootblack's head. Jessie, like many a coon that he has oaptured in the pineries of Georgia, knows how to dodge blows, and though he felt that bis brain wss tolerably protected by a good, thick skull, he had no desire to test its capacity against the raps of a •• bull dog.” He received the blows intended for his sconce on his arm, and was getting warmed up, like the coon, to the pitch of hitting back, when a gentleman stepped in and broke up the row. Jesse’s feelings have been hurt, but he sports a balm in the shape of a nobby hat. The SzKTiifEL’s moralizings in this affair are reserved. Triple Birthday. Yesterday Miss Minnie Griffin became 17 years old, Miss Oracle Jackson 6 and tho Jackson House 4. Tho three-fold an niversary was duly celebrated by the young ladies and their friends in tho hotel par lor. while Mr. Jackson did the honors to ..a_ _ i_ if n.i. guiuieuivu vimioi ■ -- hadn’t got up from hia day sleeper earlier than uaual and put a atop to the proprie tor’a hilarity he would have given away all the Democratic doctrine in the house. And this all because lour years ago, yes terday, the Jaokson House was opened as the first building of briok ever used as a hotel in Eureka. Jackson took in a great deal of money on that day, but he hasn’t taken in anything sines. Off for Nebraska. W. G. McFall, for a long time with 8.8. Slews, and D. MoFall, late freight conduc tor on the E. 4 P. llailroad, left this morning for Lincoln, Nebraska, near wliioh place they propose locating perma nently and entering into the cultivation of the soil of that proliflo region. The Sen tinel regrets the departure of two euch good oitizens as the MoFall brothers, but can congratulate the people in the aeotion which they have choson for their new home upon suoh acquisition. Passed Away. keeterdaj about 1 o’olook the spirit of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kannady passed from this earth, The Sentinel with numerous friends of the family extends its condolence to the bereaved parents in their great affliotion. The funeral will take place from the resi dence of the family on Cedar Hill (North O’Neil Avenue) to-morrow (Saturday) af ternoon at i o’olook. Our Fancy Goods Department! Will be fonnd specially! interesting; atjirescnt, anal It will receive acces sions of new Roods dally from now till after the Holidays. Ties. Col larettes. Flchue*. Ribbons, Rnchlnir*. Fans, Pnrses in ftealskln, Plush anal Leather. ftllk anal Linen Hanalerchleffe, etc. In fact everything; In our line suitable for the Holiday Traale. A full line of these Celebrat ed Cloves^ just t o,g Hand. «XjOVB9 ^ *»AT«KTKD JUKI 13TO. 1876J In all the Stylish Lengths. ^Elegant Hoi iday s Present. We have ordered specially for the Holiday Trade a Fine Assort ment or Ladles’ and Children's READY MADE DRESSES and OCTMIDE UARMESTN. Dress lengths of Matin d' Lyon and Bonnet Milk for com bination suits. Jnst the thing for a rich Christmas Gilt. WHEN IN SEARCH OF HOLIDAY GOODS, DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON US. Eureke, Dee. 8, 1881. M. t. FRANKLIN A CO. Down With Monopolies! Down With Grabbers! Down with High Prices. GRAND OPENING! GRAND OPENING! .AT THE. RED HOUSE! .oar. JVloiada^Ilec. 12, ’81. THE LARGEST STOCK, THE CHEAPEST STOCK, THE FINEST STOCK, Ever Before Presented for Inspection! £iHRISTMA8 18 APPROACHING, AND I AM De termined to capture the Lion’s share of the business, If I can do so. The Increase of my business gives everybody an idea of my square dealing. THE REID HOUSE Has proved so far and will continue to be the friend of the poor and hard working population. All goods per sonally selected, comprising a stock of Plain and Fancy Holiday Goods never before equaled In Eureka The articles are too numerors to mention, and must be seen to be appreciated. Everything from a needle to an elephant. EVERYBODY 18 INVITED. B. ALEXANDER. TWO POOR WORTH OF PARKER HOU8E. GRAND OPENING .OF. Fall and Winter Hoods I Maher & Manion’s New Dry Goods Store! A a WE HAYS CLOSED OFT ALL OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER BTOCK AT OUB A. late Cletrance dale, we can now offer the publie one of the cleeneAt end bcit Aiaorted MoTki of Dry Goode ever offered in the town to eelect from. Our bnyere having need greet c.« in eelecLg onr preeent .lock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, customer. will And It to their advantage to give ua e cell before purcheeing elsewhere. . w. LADIES : If you went e nice Dree* Pattern, end e cheep one, go to Meher i Menion e ee you cen And e nice selection, varying in price from 10 cente per yard1 to *0 per'yard.. If you went e nice Black Bilk go to Meher k Menion a, end you will And nice qualities et fr°“f$yon wintTnlce Colored Bilk, go to Meher * Menlon’e end see their ll.end II SI X qI“lfUJou went nice Black or Colored Satin., go to Meher k Menlon’e and compere their tl ’“iVWmfVSiMKLSZ:CloJTiJLIor or Vl.tor.tf. go to Meher h Meh.on’e *ndl"*you°wAut My mce*VnderFlanuel. for yourself or children, go toMeher k Menlon’e - sv^jsk r.vdA.hhoo.. n«, ^r, «uT«.** brold?rle>? comb* "SkMeiebeU, Etc.. Etc., go to Meher k Menion*., end you ',illIf*»JnwMittMy^lon»oe:Furnishing Goode ench ee Blauketa, Bed Npreude, Table Linen, Nephlue, Towels, Bbectlngs, go to Meher k Menion e, end you will be sure to get the worth of your money. Fire Cues of Blauketa, Bed Spread* and Comfor* *erBif‘yon wemiTnic^’wkblte’shlrt g<Tto S h Menlon’e, end you will gel . nice Meort. menif*yo*u weift'en' cii.lerslilrt or Drawers, go to Meher k Mentone, end eeleot them et MIf'?o*u “nrmhbtl!get them et »1. »1 go. M end tl#0 each, by going to Meher end Manion’i. You cen eleo get 18 yards Glass Toweling for. You cen eleo get 18 yards Crash Toweling for. * “® You can also get 18 yards Muliig Cambric for. J ®® You osn also get 10 yard Drillings for. » «« You oen eleo get 8 yards Silesia tor..... J ®® You cen eleo get S yards Linen Facing for. * “® 07* Toil eau get anything aetd everthliig *^e PBICBB than.. SMrLi-.SSff.S TERMS: Strictly Cash anil One Price. A Liberal Disconnt to the Trade. RmIucIIou In Price*. For the purpose of reducing hie stock, 1 previous to moving into his new bnllding, Bartlett will, for the next SO days, sell wines, liquors and oigars at greatlv re duced prices. During the holidays fami lies oan be supplied with better artloles from this establishment than any other in Eureka, and at prloes that will astonish them. Call and sample the goods. • Tot) oan find at Schneider’s drug store handsome and new stylo gold and silver oelluloid sets in leather and plush cases. * You will save money by reading F. J. Schneider’s new advertisement. * At Schneider’s drug store you oan buy a holiday present from 25 cents to #15. * Go to F. Steler's for solid silver and plated ware. __ * Go to Steler's for fiue diamonds, watohes and chains. * Opium in Tobacco. It ia often asserted that certain sort* of smoking tobacoo, notably the “Old Judge,' contains opium. How the Idea originated is not known; nor oan anybody, within our reporter's reach, tell whether there is any truth in the supposition or not. Thoaa who doubt it have held out that opium is too oostly to bo used with profit by tobacco manufacturers in that way. Some gentle men in Eureka have investigated the mat ter out of mere ouriosity and they find that if opium be worth $36 a pound. 7,000 grains avoirdupois, it would cost Just about one cent per grain, whioh would be all that is necessary to use in a paokage of cigarettes. _ Go to P. Steler’s for everything in the jewelry line. He ia reliable. * Go to Steler s for fine Jewelry. * ! MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. FroglamatTon FROM SANTA CLAUS! 1881. 1882. Know all men by theme presents that i ha ye this mv .**“*• Nevada. Mlgned MANTA CLAIM. MAVISO BEEN HONORED AS ABOVE. I HAVE TAKEN SPECIAL PAINS THIS TEAR to secure everything desirable in the shape of Holiday Gooda. I have lust returned LSM2ST Th*.r!v ,p*nS **Tml w “d can confidently aay that I have pur cuaaed the finaat atockgf theae gooda ever brought to Enreka. • f NEW HOLIDAY BOOKS: An Immenae variety In all departments or literature. In doth and Hue bindings, which I offer at exceptionally low prices. Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums, Russia Leather Goods, Musical Albums, Articles of Virtu, -o I nm Just unpacking a choice and varied stock of Artistic Stationery comprising Illuminated Stationery In Exquisite Designs. Fine Papeterlee in Bilk and Velvet. Do not fall to see the above before making yonr Holiday Purchases. Elegant Toilet Sets, Gold Pencils and Pens, Elegant Celluloid Sets, Plush and Morocco Glove Boxes. --o Our Prize Christmas Cards! Will be ibnnd larger and more complete than any similar assortment. I have received them direct from the well known house of L, Prang A Co., Boston, and [I have every New Design Ah»l Ibis home hm originated. TOYS TOYS TOYS TOYS By stoek of these Goods is larger than ever before, and embraces sverything from an ordinary plaything to the moat intricate pieces of meebaaleal ingenuity. I enumerate a lew of the many articles below , WAX AND FRENCH KID DOLLS, MECHANICAL LOCOMOTIVES. AUTO MATIC ANIMALS, CHINA DISHES, TOY HOUSEHOLD SETS, TOY PIANOS, TOY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC. nr In conclusion I would ask everybody to call and Inspect my stock before purchasing Holiday Goods. Bespeetfttlly, lawks, Du, 1.1881. MORRIS CALISHER. Now is the Time! Now is the Time! -—o SPECIAL BARGAINS OFFERED SO A8 TO AF* ford everybody an opportunity to buy Coods lower than ever for the Holiday Month. Men, Youths and Boys, don't wear old and shabby clothes, but call and seoure stylish and serviceable Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Etc. At Prloea lower than ever known In Eureka or Nevada. M. DAVIDSON, Eureka, Nevada. lank*. Dec. 3,1881. Holiday Goods! .AT. Schneider’s Drug Store. THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK! .BVCH AB. Cut Class and Pressed Bottles! l.ubln'a, Luudborg'a, Atklnaona, Tetlow'a, Bennett's end Colgate's PERFUMES! PERFUMES! ■mtin-Coverad and Band-Painted TOILET BOTTLES ! SUPERB TOILET SETS! LADIES’ AND GENTS’ POCKETBOOKS AND DRESSING CASES I Ladles' Flush and Leather and Batrbsls. Flush, Leather and Glass Odor Casas. Jews! Boxes, Flush and all Varieties. A Lane* Variety of Celluloid Bats, Bad, Whits, Blue, Gold. Silver and Ivory. Lnhlu’s Handkerchief Extract* In 1 os., 4 os., • os. and 14 os. Bottles. Satin and Embroidered Ladies’ Tidies .and. Cents’ Shaving Sets In Cases! Kr Mr stock Is to lerite end rtrled thet It Is Impossible to enumerate ell the articles. Call and examine for youreelvei. The good# ere ell of the leteet styles end pattern,, direct from the menufectttreredu New York. The etock con,let* of e large variety of Imported Toilet end Fancy Goods. I can tell the tame goode cheeper then any house In Sen Francisco. Persons In the country end In other counties can purchase anything In my Hue by tend ing order and elating prtoe. A. J. BCHMEIIIEB. Kursk., Nor. M. 1881.