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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XXII. EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1881. NO. 21
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Eureka uaim sentinel,
,bhkd r.V*BY MURHIKO (MoRBAYB EXCEPT
,C KD) BY
CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
, ,,«,UJIAK. _ UEO. W. CAH8IDY.
Qgjrc-Corner of Monr»»o an 1 llatrman Htreeta.
TERMS OF SUBHOllIPTION:
ftndOOl'y. **• y, nr‘ by mall.....$15 00
0n? .>■ v tlx by mail. H 00
..thr..SI.R, by IMr.tl. 6 00
'■'?;$:« «»U1 »-•«
’I'KUMS OF WEEKLY:
rii i-c ' V, one year.$5 00
v. *1* mouth*.. 2 60
o!<y. threw month*,. 1 50
meat markets.
ALBERT GOU. CHARLES SCHAEFFER.
G3LL 4 SCHAEFFER,
Wholesale Butchers
Goodwill »’nnyon. Knrekw.
Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork,
the best in the market.
Is Dc Not Belong to the Combination!
4 I.AKI.1S OOliL, JHh
Eureka. Noy. 3,1881. n4tf
FILIFORM l 111RKEF!
tt'eat niile of HOUTII MAIM STREET, opposite
Mrs. Hillbouse's stable.
WRIGHT & SHOLDERER
I’roprlelors.
The liuivxt (iiisliilffl «f
BEEF, MUTTON,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Oheese,
Constantly on band.
FRESH, FAT AND JUICY MEATS,
Of all description*, the beat In the land, and
cheaper than the cheapest,
AI Wholeaiile and KeUII.
Eurfks, Oct. II, MSI. o!2tf
THIS. HALET. J. H. SHOEMAKER, j
H.ILEY & SIIOEMYEER,
....rnoraxsTou or thi....
The People’s Market
EUREKA^NEVASA.
THE FINHaT
Beef, Mutton and Pork 1
In the Market.
Retail and Wholesale, ;
Also lb* FIWfrMT NAnuuiJ man
ularturtui lu 111© Ntate.
m is tie Market for Epicures.
Jurti., M.rth M. 1SS1. mhWtf
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Albion consolidated mining com
pacy.
Location of principal place of business, Ban
Freccleco, California.
Location of works, Eureka Mining District.
Eureka. Nevada.
Notice la hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 35th lay
of November, IfcMl, an assessment (No. W) of
tiiiftyceata per share waa levied upon the cap
ital stock of the corporation, payable Imtuedl
Ifcly, in United Btatea gold coin, to the Secre
tary, at the office of the company. Room fl,
No. 337 Pine atreet. Ban Francisco, California.
\ Any stock upou »hlcb this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the Thursday, the twenty
ninth day of December, lftAl, will be delin
quent. and advertised for sale at public sue
boa: and unless payment is made before, will
be sold on
Thara«li*!'( the Nineteenth Disy of
Jnnnnry, lENi,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expenses of
sale. By order of the Board of Directors.
D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary
Owe*—Room «. No. 337 Pin* atreet. San
Francisco, California. n29td
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE "IRON HALL*' PROPERTY. WITH
Bar Fixtures, wo Billiard Table* and
Furniture, are offered for sale or rent. For
parti ulera apply at William Tell Houae,
North Main street, of
o31tf MAGGINI BROTHERS.
CRIFFIN & ANDRE~
8TOCK BROKERS
—AXD—
Insurance Agents.
OFFICE IN WILLI, FARIO k CO.’I IUILDIN0.
MAIN KTREET. EUREKA.
Ottce hours from fl o olock a. u. to 8 9- u.
STOCK RANCHED.
PERRONS HAVING STOCK TO RANCH
can find good grass and attention by
sending It to my ranch. I have ap enclosure
of meadow Und and an abundance of white
•age and bunch grata. Stock may be left at
Smith A Doak’a corral In Eureka. Joe K. Deea
will have charge of the atock. The price for
pasturing horaes ta |3 per mouth.
o363m* j. p. McFarland.
WHOLESALE ADD RETAIL
TOBACCO HOUSE!
Eaat Bide North Main Street, one door below
Btoue Building.
B. BorIIHVIIILD.Proprietor.
IMPORTED AMD DOMESTIC CMS!
.UT1NB CARDS, PIPES ADD CUTLERY.
Eur«lt», Not. M, 18H1. n29tf
annual meeting.
The regular annual meeting of
the stockholder, of the ALBION CON.
MINING COMPANY will lie held >t the office
or the Company, Room* ft aud 7, No. 8J7 Pine
•treet, Ran Francisco, California, on WEDNES
DAY, the ELEVENTH day of JANTARY. 18W,
»t the hour of 1 o’clock P M , far the purpose
of electing a Board of Directors to serve dur
ing the ensuing year, aud the transaction of
■nch other hualneas as may properly come be
fore the meeting. Transfer book* will close
on Saturday. Jan. 7, at the hour of IQ m
*17td D B OHImHOLM, Secretary.
PIONEER LODGING HOUSE
This oi.d landmark has recently
been removed to Monroe street, two doors
•o ith from Bateman. It has been thoroughly
renovated and refurnished, sud It now one of
the cosiest lodging-houses In Eureka. Booms
oy the day, week or month, at the lowest rates
stairs to ollmh. Quod beds. 6b cents a
“'Sht. (dlStf) MRS. 8. OOYNE.
(CC s week in your own town. Terms and
vOu 66 outfit free. Address H. Hallrtt A
0°.. Portland, Mains*
_RESTAURANTS.
Now lam in the Field!
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT!
'I'lIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
1 in announcing to the public that he has
engaged two eminent cooka :
MU. FRANK CABP1ED. late of the Palace
and Delmonico UeatauranU, Ran Francisco.
MR. JULIUS CAROBINO, from the we'
known Jury Restaurant, San Francisco.
4 finJoy the highest reputation i..
their line My aim will betoauit everylipdy'H
taatn Hoping you will call, I can asHure you
satisfaction. CHARLES FOX, Prop
Eureka, Nov. 19,1881, „20tf
JACKSON HOUSE
Restaurant and Battery.
Gibfried & Brisacher,
I'KOPRIKTOKN.
QPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PREPAR.
AJ lUK
SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
HOARD PKII REEK, SO.
tr OPEN DAY AVl> YIUIIT. y,
0}»t«T« in Everj Nlyle.
Dining Rooms Conducted in First
Class Style.
FRESH BREAD.l'TES AND CAKES
Supplied at the shortest notice.
Eureka. Sept. 10, 1881. selltf
TURNER HOUSE
RESTAURANT.
So nth Main Street.
JOHN OERTLI,
I^ORMEIiLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL
Restaurant, at Austin, Nevada, has leased
the Turner House Restaurant, where he will
serve the best the market affords.
He will be pleased to see his old customers
an 1 as many new one* as may ohoote to favor
him with their patronage.
Board, per week.17 00
Heal Ticket*. 21 for. 7 00
JOI1JV OEKTI.l, Prop.
Eureka, Sept. 17,1881. ael8tf
count nor - pm
In the rear of the old Corner Saloon.
PRAMENKO A BALLICH,
PROPRIETORS.
rHK FINKS'. TUK MARKET AFFORDS
always served to ouetomera.
Fowl, Wild flame, Flak. Oysters,
Etc., Ktc..
Prepared In the most tempting style.
Meals it all Honrs of the Day or Night.
Private Ruoina for Dinner Parties.
For every delieecy of the eeeesdB. go to the
CORNER CHOP-STAND.
Eureka. April 7, 18D0. a» tf
OYSTER SALOON.
Chop House and Confectionery
Main Bt.. two Door. North of JolmaoiTa,
MBS. BROWS.PROPRIETRESS
OPEN DAY AND NICHT.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BT EXPRESS,
and all the delloaoU. of the market kept
constantly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only piece fn Knrekt where < Muily ie
men nf art tired Frt-eh end Choice Candle* for
■ele. either wholesale or retail. d'i8tf
Enrsta ai California
LUMBER COMPANY.
South Main St., Eureka.
California and Nevada
HjTJ3SZC IB EJ
or ALL KINDI.
Redwood, Orepn ami Suffar Pine
MINING TIMBEHS
....ART....
Building Lumber.
A roinidele naaortmeut of clear and
<1 rennet! Lumber, Flooring. Sid
ing, Ruull., tand other .III., ol
silling. Molding, Lathi, Shingles,
Dour., Nnahra, Bllndn, eSe.* »1
<t .ya on h«ud.
Everything at the Lowest
r««h Rates.
MILLINERY!
Mbs, a cnmsToi'HER ha* mt re
oelved in elegant neortment Of
Fall and Winter
Millinery Goods!
“•.Jirtsaff Jffltta
Finely FnrnUhetl Room* *o Hen*.
Eureka, Oct. H>. W>1-_o30tl
O TIC33
p*ra*m&^«2
Eureka. Nov. 30,1881. d“f
_HOTELS AND LODGINGS
CON. M'NICOL. PETE KNIGHT.
TUG PARKER IIOUSK,
Knight & M’Nicol
PROPRIETORS.
This house will re kept first
clana, and everything done for the ac
commodation and to anBuie the comfort of
guests. Rooms single or eu suite. Attached
to the house is a first-class
R.E S TAUHANT.
T KC E B -A. B,
Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the bsst
Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept.
ft/”Railroad coaches will take passengers to
and from the depot.
Eureka, March 18, 1881. mhlDtf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
rpHIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS
X Just undergone thorough repair, and Is
kept Ursf-clasH. Everything will be done for
the comfort and accommodation of guests.
Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—50
cents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House Is a First
Class Restaurant.
The Bar is stocked with the best brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Hallroail Coach taken Pause n
Item to and from the Depot.
RE-OPENED.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
Nevada,
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
riUJE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW.
X ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
cious.
Single Rooms or in Suites.
Gas In All the Rooms.
Connected with the Hotel la the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
....ACT) Til..,.
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA.
A. 1ACUN09T, Proprietor*
Formerly of the Jacbaon Houae, at Hamilton,
Whits Pine county. ofttf
BUREAU HOTEL,
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
BOl’TH HASH STREET.
The undersigned has first-class
rooms. which can be rented with or with
out board, on reasonable terms. A tached to
the house Is e first-class BAR-KOOK, where
the beet of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May be obtained.
P. HcEI.IlOT.
Eureka, Auguat IS, 1880. aul9.tr
MORGAN
LODGING HOUSE !
Corner of Buel and Clark streets.
MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop.
The house is centrally located
and has been newly papered and painted.
The rooms are large and airy, and are all well
furnished with the best of bedding and new
furniture. —
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
Rooms to Lot by the Day, Week or
Mouth.
*7“The public are Incited to examine the
Worth Main Street,
MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS
This hofse has bees newly befit.
tad and renovated throughout. The ta
ble. will be constantly eupplled with every
deltceoy to be bad In the market, and prepared
In the moat tempting atyla.
tfW The proprletreaa guarantee, that aha
will eet aa good . labia aa oau be found In
Eureka.
Terms Reasonable.
Eureka, Sept. 28,1881. «e2»>f
RUBY HILL
Boarding House,
John Lacy, Prop.
Boarders will be be aooommoda*
ted with ihi. best the market affords for
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
Ruby Hill, August 9, 1881. tuitf
J. B. LANGSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor !
Two doors North of the Western Union
Telegraph Oflics,
North Main Stroot, - furoka
Has JTST RECEIVED AND KEEPS CON
• t.ntlj ou hand t daw And well ttltoMd
,tock of the leteat pet term of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS,
Which he will make up In the lateat atylea. and
at prieea to ault the tlniea.
•^“Alteration and repairing will be promptly
attended to.
■ureka, September 30,1880. a31-tf
jib A WEKK IN YOUR OWN
■■■■■■■town. $3 outfit free. No risk.
[Ia Mb Everything new. Capital not
II ■■required. We will furnish you
■ II 11 II every thing. Many are making
■■ fortunes. Ladies make as
much as men, and boys and girls make great
pay. Reader, if you want a business st which
yon can make great pay all the time, write for
particulars to H. HALLETT A CO., Portland,
| Maine. nl8tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SAMUEL GOLDSTONE,
Attorney and <oi.\ni:lor
at-L*w. Will practice in the State anc
Federal Courta. Office in the Courthouse, Eu
reka, Nevada. olbtf
DAV. E. BAILY.
Attorney at law. ryland'n
building, Bateman street. jy24tl
R. M. BEATTY.
Attorney and counsellor
at Law. Office—IU>oiu 16, Jackson House
Block, Eureka, Nevada. jybtf
W. H. DAVENPORT.
i TTOKNKY AT I.AW AMI MI*
j^jl trict Attorney. Civil business attended
to in all the Courts. Office lu the Court-house.
geo. w. Bake it. t L. wines.
BAKER & WINES,
Attorneys at law. office
In the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada.
GEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. fkac
TICE in all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-Bickard Building, over
Wells, Fsrgo k Co’s Express Office, Main street,
Eureks, Nevada. je6 tf
FREDERICK W. COLE,
i TTOKNKY AT LAW. KKKKKA,
^ V Nevada. Office— Sentinel Building.
C. J. LANSING,
Attorney at law. office in
the Court Bouse.
Eureka, May 20, lb7». my21tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office
At the Assessor’s office, In the Court
house.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
PH VK HI AN AND KIKUKOR -
Office—WU11ton’s building. Clark street,
in rear of Maher & Manion’s dry goods store.
dl8tf
DB. A. 0. BISHOP.
PHYNCIAlf ASD MlUiKOY —
X Office—Wii-zell’s new brick building,
two doors south of the Opers House. o22tf
DR. 0. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AIfI> BIJBOEOIf. OF*
flee in Szxtixu. building, up stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DE J. E. N. OWEN.
I>nYNU'IAJf AYD SCHGBOM W
rake. Narad*. Oillaa at the Turn.. Houaa,
aln 6 treat.
DE. T. W. HUNTINGTON.
P1IVHI1IAN AND 8VRGEON
Offlce m SrxnxEi. building, front room.,
up .tali.. mfl.tf
DE. BEAN,
PHY.RIAlf AKD UCRGKON
Offloe—At Sweeney • Hotel, Hub? Bill,
Nrrade Jejstf
—g — i ' I'.—WMB
PROFESSIONAL CARDS._
C > AMILTOW, D. D. 8.,
Dkn rur, moomh, a rrw#Tia.
Id Oluk’a b«w brink bDUAluf>.ffMCSk
corber of Monroe and Clark alraala. I I u
Eutrauce od Clark a treat,
THOMAS J. MAD,
CIVIL EMUIWEEII AID C.S, DEI'*
nty Mineral Surveyor. Office la Ryland'a
building, up stairs.
SOCIETIES.
MOriTAlX UtnOK WO. 97.1.0.0. F.v
Meet evert Wednesday evening at
Odd Fallows* Ball, ai 7190 o'olock. All
membera of the order, In good standing, are In
vited to attend. J. L. SMITH, N. G.
A. Olives, R. B.
NT. JOIIW’N CHAPTEK. NO. 5.
THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF BT.
John's Chapter, No. S. R. A. M.. will be
held at Maaonle Hal!, on the Saturday next suc
ceeding the pale of the moon In each month.
All Royal Arch Maeoua, in good standing, are
cordially Invited te attend.
GEO. W. MERRILL, H. P.
John E. Jones, Secretary.
El'KERA 1,0 IMA IS. WO. IN. F. * A. M.
The btated communications of eu.
reka Lodge, No. 16, F. k A. M.f will be
held In Odd Fellows' Hall Saturday, on or be
fore the full moon.
Members of eloter lodges, and sojourning
brethren In good standing, are cordially invit
ed to attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
John E. Jones, Secretary.
BKATIF1C LODGE, WO. 7, H.OKP.,
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 7 JO o'olock 7. «.. at its Oaatla
Ball, In the Rlrkard-Folev building.
All brother Knights, in good standing, are
fraternally invitsd to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT. 0. 0.
C. H Cady. K. of B. and S.
A. O. H.
Meets every first and third sat
urday of each month, at their ball,
corner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7 JO
o’clock. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Patuici Hannon, Secretary.
Eureka. July 10. 1880. Jy20-tf
ALPHA LODGE WO. 1, A. O. 17. W.
Meets at the foley and riokard
building every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Sojourning brethren In good standing
are invited to attend.
Examining Physician —Dr. G. H. Thoms.
A. E. SHANNON, M. W.
I. 0. 0. WnTMOU, Recorder.
CIGAR STORE!
....AT....
JACK PERRY’S CORNER.
1AHK HARRIS, Prop.
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS
Of the CboleMt Brnuda. nod the Beat
Tobnceoa. Clffnrettea nnd Ninok.
In IT Articles, Etc.. Etc.
Eureka, Oct. 1.1881. oltf
DELINQUENT TAXES
Coumtt Auditob akd Rkcobdbb'b OFFICE, )
Eubaka. Nev.. Nov. 38, 1881.)
Notice is hereby given that the
Delinquent Tax List of Eureka County,
State of Nevada, for the flacal year A D. 1881,
haa been deposited with tha District Attorney
of aaid County and Bt%te, and that unless the
delinquent taxea therein specified are paid te
the County Treasurer and ex-Officio Tax Re
ceiver of aaid County, within twenty (90) days
from the date hereof, action will > e commenced
by the said Dlatriot Attorney for the collection
of aaid taxes and costa.
LAMBERT MOLINELLI.
County Auditor, Eurska County, Nevada.
Just Received !
Frfsh eggs—two and a quarter
dozen fortl. or $13 per ease. Also, fresh
Oysters, reduced to $1 per can, at BERG’S, df
(f r a. {On per day at home. Samplei
j)J) 10 )4U worth $5 free. Address Stim
som A Oo., Portland, Maine.
MISCELLANEOUS.
OOMUS!
Masquerade Ball
....AT THE....
Eureka Opera House!
....ON....
Friday Evening, Dec. 30.
The Maskers’ Carnival!
FOUR ELEGANT PRIZES!
(Two for Ladles and two for Gentlemen.)
" 1 " 1 ■ A
LIST 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
Buttons. Gold Quartz i-carf Pin.
Floor Director:
J. V. B. PERRY.
Floor Committee:
A. E. TITUS, G. M. BABIN,
G. W. MERRILL, T. J. READ.
All Maakers will be required to raise their
maaks before the Committee in
the entree rooms.
Frank Rleffelhuth’s Baud will fur
ninh the Husie.
TICKETS, for Gentlemen.83 00
Spectator*, reserved neats. 2 30
Tickets for Maakers only obtainable from Ed.
▼anderleith at the Clerk’s Office,
Courthouse Building.
Reserved Seats may be obtained at the thea
ter box office. BUTTLAR A AL’ EN,
dltd Manager*.
MASQUERADE.
Wigs! Wigs! Wigs!
Wilts#, liloude. Dark and Black,
ois b« bid it
MILLER’S,
Next door to the Tomer Houee on 80UTH
Main street,
Eureka, Deo. 90,1881. d91td
THE BAZAR!
....AND....
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
....IN THE....
GENTS’ CLOTHING!
....AND....
Furnishing Line
REMEMBER THE
NEW DEPARTMENTS!
....NOW BEADY ABE....
Teeming with Novelties
....OF...
EVERY DESCRIPTION!
*y.MY AIM Is to make my Honse
a resort Ibr that Important class ol'
consumers who desire to secure
Popular, Fashionable auit First*
Class Moods for the very LOWEST
PRICE at which It la possible to ob
tain them. I will sell this Fall and
Winter the Finest Clothing and
Gents* Underwear, Roys* Halls,
Hots, Cups, Roots, Hboes, Rluuhets,
Quilts, Trunhs, Valises, at
FURTHER COMMENT UNNECESSARY
D. NATHAN,
Proprietor Mil Hmiat'r ol Boinr,
Next to Poston's * Co.’s Bonk. oJtS
Oita is in the Field Again
With a new and choice stock of
D. IYIAINTHEIM,
Vxulnl't Building, tbret doort xbove H, Xlnd't
Eurekt. Xsr. 9,1881. natf
Restaurant for Sale.
UNITED STATES’ RESTAURANT
ON RUBY HILL Irt OFFERED FOR SALE
at a bargain. The place la doing a large
and flourishing buaineaa, but owing to ill
health, the proprletreaa wiahea to quit the
buHtneaa and go to California For further
particulars apply on the pretnlaea to MRS.
LANG, or to W. J. Penroae.
Ruby Hill, Dec. 10,1881. dll lro
EUREKA MIKES IK LOKDOK.
Some Mention of the Richmond
ond Rnby-DuiKlerbcrg.
The London Mining Journal of Dec. 3
is at hand. It contains the following
reference to Eureka niiues :
Richmond—Tke usual telegram from the
mines at Eureka, Nevada. Mates that the
week’s run was $43,000, from 909 tons of
ore. During the week the reflnorv pro
duced doro bars to tlio value of $37,000.
The Assistant Superintendent, Mr. N.
Wescoatt (Nov. 9), reports that the 600
east drift under the 14 chute has been ex
tended 9 feet in ore—low grade. The 700
north drift under the 13 chute has been ex
tended 11 feet—looks well for ore. The
COO win re from the cave under the 14 chute
has been sunk 20 feet in ore. The 700
rise has been extended 4 feet in limestone.
The ore chambers are producing the usual
quantities of ore.
Roby DuNDEnoEBc,—The week’s report
advises that in the Duuderberg the No. 7
ore body was improving iq quality, and
that the No. 6 oro body was producing
some considerable ore. In tbeBullwhacker
the output of ore from the north atopes
was fully maintained. The week’s tele
gram reports 186 tons of ore smelted, pro
ducing 24 tons of 'bullion, value $7,000.
The furnace was to closo down for the
Winter on Nov. 30. The shipments for the
week were 1C& tons.
Euheka (Nevada)—The news from this
mine (Bald Eagle) is considered encourag
ing: the weekly report advising that the
bottom of the main incline has been
reached, the total depth being 287 feet be
low surface; a survey of a drift found at
this level will be made in a few days. The
northeast drift has cut the fissure making
down from the old ore stopes, and the
ground at this point being described as
very favorable for ore. The Williamsburg
is said to be looking about the same as last
report.
ENLARGED I
....AND....
Prices Jjeduced
A Great Rash
....TO THE....
SAN FRANCISCO
Clothing Store!
SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Next Lautenschlager’s Corner.
I All ROW PREPARED FOR THE
Inspection auil sale of the Finest
ami Best Delected Block of Goods
that can be fouud In tbe Market. I
have taken great pains lu select*
lug them as to styles ami quality.
Having had an experience In this
11ns for tbs last twenty year., 1
defy any one In my line to compete
wltb or undersell me. I non offer
to tbo Public my Immense stock of
Fine Clothing,
GENTS'
FURN NG GOODS
YOUTHS’ AND BOYS’
SUITS
Also, o very flue Hue of
Hosiery, Hats. Caps,
BOOTS AND 8HOE8,
Trunks, Valises, Blankets,
Rubber Coods, Gloves,
and Fancy Coods,
of all kinds.
tOTI hnve purchased my Goods
very low, ouo-fourth lower than any
house lu my llue on the Coast, as
will be proved by giving me a call.
I will come up to the standard, as I
have represented. It will be a bene
fit to those who wish to purchase
Goods lu my line to examine my
stock before purchasing elsew here.
I can convince them as above stated.
QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS I
ST'To Jobber, aud Dealer* 1 am
prspared to olltor Special Induce*
moats. M. KARNKY.
■ar«kt. Oct. 24, 1881. o25tf
SHEEP FOR SALE!
900 Head of Million Sheep
... For Hole at....
D. CALLAHAN'S PLACE,
I'w tuly Mil**. Nortliaaat or Ati.tlii,
I outler Cuituty, Jf.vada.
Au.Uu, Dm. a, 1801. jstf
C. W. CRANE,
PURCHASING AGENT
MTABUftHEP IN 1IW.
PERSONS RESIDING KWkJ FROM SAN
Francisco, In want of auy article of Mer
chandise, groat or small, can have their orders
filled promptly, and at the verv lowest cash
prices, by addressing the undersigned.
0. W CRANE,
31« Pine attest. Room 39, Ben Freuciano, Cal.
Eureka. July 24. 1**). Jyi6-tf
A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily
made. Costly outfit free Address Tuck
Augusta Maine.
YENTKKDAY'S STOCK SAI.KS.
»*u I ranrlaro Stork K<«b*e(«.
MORNING board.
130 Ophir—6 6 it b5
30 Mexican—9 % 9 It
200 Gould A Curry—435 440
100 California—45c
200 Savage —190
905 Con. Virginia—135 130
10 Chollar—115
70 Halo A Norcroas—180
250 Crown Toint—105 110
150 Yellow Jacket—3 It
50 Kentuck—60c
600 Belcher—180 11|
155 8. Nevada—94|
Utah—6 It a
5 Alpha—2
230 Bullion—135
40 Exchequer—1
200 Overman—135
50 Justice—65c
1575 Union—1414H 14k
910 Alta—405 4
500 Julia— 10c
450 Silver Hill—20c
300 Andes—85o
100 Scorpion—120
100 Golden Gate—215
100 Curtis—140
200 1‘otosi—140
AFTERNOON BOARD.
40 Eureka Con.—13
190 Northern Belle— 8!t
100 Manhattan—2
150 Navajo—20o
620 Albion—130 1H
530 Mt. Diablo—7
100 Holmes—30c
200 Eureka Tunnel—2
75 Bodie—2 li
55 Mono—60c
900 Oro—20c
200 Bodie Tunnel—1 It b6 1 \
50 M. White—2 H /
310 Tiptop—2't 3
75 Silver King—19H
450 Wales Con.—75c
CLOSIXU QUOTATIONS.
Totosi 140a 135s, Alta 405s 4s, Savage
190b 2a, Union 14?ia lilts 141|b 141ja,
Crown Point Is, Gould & Curry 41tb,
Justice 65a, Scorpion 110b, Overman 130b,
Benton 75a, 8. Nevada 95fcs, Belcher llts,
Bullion 130b, Ophir 6b 6Ha, Exchequer
la, Utah 6?th Oita. Yellow Jacket SNa,
Albion 1 'a b, Hale A Norcroas 180s 185b,
Chollar 1b, California 45a, Silver Hill
15h. Con. Virginia Hts, Oro 15s 25a, Best
A Belcher 7Hb, Albion 135a, Uexioan
9Its 9b 9Ua.
K. A V. PARNKiUCH TIIAVKI..
DUPAUTUBkS YEATEItIMY MGRMIHO,
H Arnold T E Plank
Mrs A 8 Gould E Looks
Thn« Wells A Hoppen
Mike Mr Full W O Mr Fall A truly
ARRIVALS LAST XIOBT,
Mias Ells Elaek Thos Clemenoa
8 M Harris A J Hall
Miss Mamie Blackwell
THE MIMING EXPERT.

Tlie Fellow Thus Ho Is, But How to
Improve on Him.
Borne plain and palpable trnthe are enun
ciated In the following comment! of tbe
New York Daily Stook Report: Tho min
ing expert, aa a rule, is an incompetent.
His suooees in writing up a mine does not
depend upon his acquaintance with mincr
ology, geology or mining. His work meaus
what it oaHtd manipulation. An honest
scientist makes hut a shabby expert. The
Stook Report it right so far, but whether
it could find men to know and tell honestly
what thoy have found out uuder tbe earth,
Is another question that we are not pre
pared to auswi r. Mining it for the getting
of money, and has heretofore been looked
npou us a gamble In which tricks of all
sorts are admissible as in war. This is bad,
but it is. Says the Report:
Tbe Robiuaon swindle is still the chief
topio of interest in mining oircles. The
Daily Stock Report hat long urged the ab
solute nectsaiiy of some plan being de
vised that will do away witn tbo mystery
regarding tho value of mining properths,*
and Its adrioe is now being appreciated.
Mining swindles would be impossible but
for the prevailing ignorance aa to tho
merit of properties, this oan be largely
done awey with by tlie appointment of ex
perts to examine and report to tbe Ex
changes. Good properties will be greatly
benefit) d by tuon reports, while bed ones
will go to the dogs as they deserve.
Something of the kind must be done
speedily, or the mining stoek bnsiness in
this city will he entirely destroyed. If it
la not expecting too much, we would llko
to see ll.e time when a mine Superintend
ent will not feel insulted because the Di
rectors send some ore to inspect tho mine.
We trust the Robiuson people have made
a suitable apology to Ewing for sending
Ashburner to examine tho property. It
seems incredible, but is nevertheless truo,
that State Line No. 2 and 3 has sold,
within a few months, at a higher valuation
than Ontario, viz., $5,900,000, while tbe
valuation of Ontario la $6,250,000 at
tbo present market price. State Line has
far excetdi d such trillea aa Homeatake,
Jucnisiana, Deadwood, Terra, etc.
Aa fong as Roberta, Ewing A Co. can
make people believe rotten eggs are better
than sound ones, w<> must not objeet to
the stench caused by tbe occasional break
age of ouc of them.
MIXING ITEMS.
Tho discovery of a tin mine is reported
from Missouri County, Montana.
The annual gold product of tho world is
gradually but steadily decreasing.
The amount of silver produced In the
United States hee risen from $60,000 in
1858 to $87,000,000 In 1880.
Georgia had four gold mills in 1875, and
produced that year $40,000. In 1881 she ,
had seventy-three mills at work and will
approximate a 94,000,000 production.
Mining began in Ut-h in 1870. The out
put has been $66,000,000— lead, illvor and
gold.
The upper Mlaeiatippi lead fields include
2,000,000 acres—200,000 in Iowa, 400,000
In Illinois and 1,400,000 in Wisconsin.
The value of the gross amount of lead pro
duced In that field since 1820 is about
$26,000,000.
An immense body of almost pure
chlorides has been strnck in the Robert
E. Lee {nine at Leadville. The entire ex
tent of the ore body Is five feet, all of
which is pay mineral, while three feet of
it ruus 0,000 ouncee of allver to the ton,
The annual prodnot of gold is now less
than $100,000,000, and its foreign coinage
It practically suspended. In the United
States the production has gradually di
minished. In 1878 it waa $47,266,107, In
1879 it waa $38,000,000 aud to 1130 it was
$36,000,000.
The cost of working the copper mines
of Lake Superior. Michigan, varies from
10 to 35 cents per pound of the Ingots
produced. The coat of the ingots from
three of the mince for 1870 waa as follows:
Atlantic. 11.200: Central. 11 16; Quincy,
13.71. This is the beet that either of tin «e
mines has done. Last rear the Central'll
copper coat 11.85 to produce.

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