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v MARCH 31, 1889. FRIDAY ■ ■ • __ M »**•*»• 8.„ frauei.^ MOS8INO BOARD. J55 Opl.ir-280 'f* 285 SS^ld‘rCurrT-810 315 [ 70 Rest A Boleh"-^u‘ 380 California 15®*° ! 3.30 Savage^ 9.,c 90o^ : 200 Con. Virginia IdO Chollar—105 QQQ I’lltOHi—9,,C Qnrt 790 H»l* **"?%»"* 300 Crown P°'"* 100 Yellow Jacket-3*0 B0 Ken tuck—*5e 114 Alpl'»-6l’o.M45o 200 BcIcber-SOo 45 100 Confidence —Ode 32°b Utah-3H 370 20 Bullion—36o 405 Exchequer—25c 3Je 450 Overman—250 100 Justice—50c 175 Union—10 9.* 1720 Aita—220 215 220 300 Silver Hill—15c 200 Julia—10o 290 Andes- 05c 700 lieu ton—30c 25c AFTERNOON board. 30 Eureka Con.—22 50 N. Belle—8 5 Manhattan—1H 200 Navajo— 75c 1910 Day-2 2j>5 1100 Alhiqn—SM 380 285 300 N. Belle Isle-lOo 400 E. aMt. Diablo 20© 200 Holmes--20c 100 Betty O’Neal-900 250 Southern Nevada—6 b*fc 120 B"die—5H 5 125 Bechtel—350 25c 195 Tioga-30c 250 Summit—20c 850 Goodshaw—40o 45o 200 Syndicate—40o 220 Concordia—170 175 20 Mt. Diablo—490 1C00 Queen Bee—5o 50 Blackhawk—15c 510 Cuu. Pacific—30c 150 Mono—170 105 200 Addenda—15c 550 Noonday—130 135 140 350 N. Noonday—105 110 200 Boston — 35c 100 Paris- 45c 100 Pinal—8 100 Tiptop-4 100 Allas—140c 500 Head Center—40 3 i.5 M. White -8 950 Oro—40 43c 60o (1.04150 QI'OrATIOMW. Mexican fi*is 67is, Albion 28fib 23oa 280s. Opbir 270a, Con. Virginia 60s 55s, Day 205b, Bodie 5a, Savage 90b. Goodshaw 40b 45a, M. White 7*41) 8a, Potoai 95a, Exchequer 25b. Overmen 20b, Tioga 80b, Alta 205a, Belcher 45b 50a, Union 9N a. California 13b 20a, Mono 155b, Hale 4 Norcmss 85s, S Nevada 6f»s, Benton 25b, Yellow Jacket 90s. Albion 885b 290a 285s. Crown Point 40b Gould 4 Curry 305b 310s. Justice 45b 50a, N. Noonday 110a. Oro 45b 50a, Noonday 135b, Mt. Diablo 490b. _ K. A P. PAfMRRUCR TRAVRIs DEPASTURES YEHTEBDAY HORKIKO. Win Hamilton C P Evert* J Beinbart Mrs E A Robinson ARRIVALS LAST MIOHT. D C Adams J H Lockwood Hotel Arrival*. Parker Home—R. J Klein. J. Ii. Lock wood, H. F ; I). C. Adams, Chicago. Turner Home—-J. Tbommers, C. M. Laird. Ruby Hill. Jackson House— James Watson, city; 9. W. Cliue. Secret Canyon. waki» vrens. From ths Reflex of March 28. The District Conrt will meet in Hamil ton Monday next. The session promises t</ he short, the business coming before the Court being light. Kx-Senator Coming was in town a few da's last week. He sent ns a message laying that he and Jewett Adams had shaken hands across the "bloody chasm." Tummy Sillyinan yesterday received from the Government $l.GD6 due him for wounds received while in the service of Unde Ham during the late unpleasantness. Tommy deserves every cent of it and more. Turn Odgers met with an accident in the perpendicular upraise one day last week that has placed him "horg de combat" for ■ome time to come. The drill and drill Columft fell upon him and before the com pressed air could be turned off it drilled a Dole in one of his arms and at one time promised to drill a hole in the middle of his forehead. The Champion mine, located in a north easterly direction from Ward, has devel oped into the best prospect we have heard of lately in any of the surrounding dis tricts George Dale, one of the owners, was in town Saturday and exhibited some °re 11155* ^t‘rntted to be worth be tween $30° and $400 to the ton. He savs the ledge which is pronounced a true fis sure. 1.18 feet wide and that it carries be tween four and five feet of this character of ore. Tl»« Hunter* Muttering. Keport came to town yesterday by a man who met our hunter* en route to Newark Valley that two of the party. Luther Clark and 0. L. Hcott. had had a serious felling out. em) had conic near making game of each other. Hail not Jim Powell been along and eat down on them both the ohancee are at least one of them would have turned up his toes. Hoott, it seems, Wanted the wagijp to atop *o that he could m»ke up a Are and warm hia inwards with a glass of hot Hootch. Luther said no. that il Hcott was going to be freeling to death all tire way he had better begin to frees* at once and get uaed to it. Hcott then grabbed his bottle, and was going to get out anyway ami'have a hot drink in the snow by himself. He trembled so that >h» tattle fell out of his hands onto amther'i rbeamatio knee bone and broke o pieces. Luther howled a damn aud colt swore inwardly. The question arose 7, ”'whl»h was moat hurt. Each claimed mat he had the worst of It. aud this led to ue row which came near putting all Eure * In mourning. No further danger Is if" will eoon warm up enuugh iurally when he gets to chasing a Jackass fahbit or a coyote. Alter Ihe Vagrant* Attala. Eureka ha* been singularly quiet and ®r crly for the last two mouths, the light ehhls'1* tfentrJ *nd the garrotera having Dlt: *'|ne »"»y or given up their ocou of nl !*’ i* still.quite a number sal * BB* fellows about town who hug the fnl >*.LUVB unlil W‘J down in the morn 1 J P° °*her thought than that of gruh and th* opium pipe. Three of these nut hM W*,T* uk,,n UP yesterday aud tin.1? ** ““ t,“’ of vagrancy. If fl ■ ^.*!** ,mt w*'r*t to hold them, the of Aver, tbiuk that they will he able to fasten ‘ other hook. The streets ta.arU *bi"r Ju*' now’ *“d if the county their'grub, W‘°W* U"7 °"*b‘ *° WOrk Cwlauel Huey to the Fore. Eo. HajiTWtL: Now that the rays of an incandescent luminary are pouring down npun us, men are wauled to remove pesti lential matter beyond the limits of the city corporation. The same shall be ac complished under the supervision of tba •nder*lgua4. kkuauiuut safBoti. mm ruR iiiurr. Hfrapn front the Mote-bool* of the Nentlaaefl'a Reixarter. Albion shares advanced yesterday to $2 85. The snow lino is receding up the moun tain side. It. L. Chase does not intend to remove from Eareka. Martin White, after dropping to $C, has recovered to $8. The weather was delightfully warm and pleasant yesterday. Rev. Mr. Crawford has no immediate intention of leaving Eureka. Alexander Wilson will have a hearing before Judge Rives to-morrow. The Knights of Pythias meet at their hall at 7:30 o’clock this evening. There is to be a small steamer placed on Pyramid Lake the coming Summer. Persons having bills against the Enreka Con. Company should present them to-day. Another gang of tiibuters will take pitches in the Eureka Tunnel to-morrow. Mf. A. E. Kaye has resigned his posi tion in the Richmond Side school on Ruby Hill. The bluejays have made their appear ance, which is a forerunner of the Spring time. The Grand Jury will mret on Monday next, and will probably make their final report. The Eureka Tunnel Company is making daily shipments of ore to the Eureka Coo. works. The Trustees of the Richmond Side school will hold a meeting on Sunday next at 1:30 o’clock. Leavitt’s Gigantean Minstrels arp billed for three performances here, commencing next Thursday. A number of ore teams came down from the miueg on the western side of tho moun tain yesterday. Walks to the frog-pond and the grave yard will soon be in vogue if the fine weather continues. The Episcopal Church has two separate choirs, one for the morning and one for tho evening service. The coalburuers are making arrange ments to get to the mountains as soon as the snow disappears. The stages running between Pioche, Hamilton and this place are getting in on schedule time again. Stock men are shipping baled hay up the Humboldt River to save some of their stock from starvation. Mr. J. If. Lockwood, one of the pro prietors of the Parker House, returned from California last night. Mr. Alexander McBride had his cellar burglarized night before last, and all the provisions in it were stolen. There will probably be a change of pro prietorship to day in the forwarding busi ness from the E. & 1^. depot. Dr. J. B. Keen will sell at auction, to morrow at 1 o’clock, at his old staud on Main street, some nice parlor and bed room furniture. The County Commissioners meet on Monday next. Persons having bills against the counfv should present them at the Clerk’s office to-morrow. Arizona has again been heard from. Our Western dispatches are beginning to read like one of Ned Bnntline’s dime nov els—bio d, blood, blood 1 Jackson had some needed improvements made about bis hotel yesterday, in the way of removing the ice and earth from the Bateman street side of his property. In Candelaria wood sells $16 50 and $17 a cord. Rough lumber is delivered at $48 per 1,000 feet, and at $16 per 100 feet for dreKsed. Shingles are rated at $6 50 per 1,000. But for tho “outside stock# the ban Francisco brokers wouldn’t make salt to their soup. Perhaps it would he well for th« in to give the outsiders a little more encouragement. Although the chain-gang is in full blast, working mi the public streets, it does not seem to have any terrors for the petty thieves that are about town; they arc more daring than ever. M«r. W. T Leyshon is the first outspoken candidate for office that we have heard from, lie states that he will be a candi date before the Ilepnblicau Convention for the nomination of Sheriff. We learn that Mr. George McCullough has made a sale of his Spring Valley min ing property to a California company, and that extensive mining operations will be carried on in that district this Summer. M. G. Foster and James Grennau desire to return their thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Hunter for the many acts of kindness showu John Grennau during his late sick ness, and to many friends in Eureka who kindly remembered him iu his affliction. Messrs. Smith A Bennett’s saloon, on North Main street, was broken open early yesterday morning and a lot of cigars and a six-shooter were stolen. The money drawer was also broken open, but there was nothing in it. A man named L. Gregory has been arrested on suspicion of the theft. Not Hymeneal. Last Wednesday a young gentleman and a young lady friend came down to Eureka from Ruby Hill on the same stage. It was noised around that they bad loft home to be married, and that the y would re turn to the Hill man aud wife. When the pair got back in the evening the stage was surrounded by a crowd of jolly friends of both. They had tin horns and other melo dious apparatus for a serenade, and were already beginning to make the air hideous when the supposed groom stepped out among them and remarked : “ Here, hoys, what’s the matter with you? Come along with me 1” They * ac cepted the invitation, aud repaired to Mrs. Fox’s restaurant dining-room. He soon had a 10-gallon keg of beer on tap, and everything went Jolly as could be un til 2 o’clock in the morning. Before his guests left him he explained himself thus : “ Boys, 1 am not married yet. I am lia ble to be in tbe next three days. Good night.” The boys had what they went af ter, anyway, and they are looking for more of the same this evening, when the hearts of Mr. T. and Miss P. will be put in trim to beat as oue. The A C Lint. The counsel for tbe Albion Mining Com pany asked yesterday for an order from Judge Rives to survey certain portions of the Richmond ground. The reatou for asking for the order is the alleged belief that the Richmond Compauy have been working ground beyond the A C line, which was laid down iu the decision of the Supreme Court as the boundary between the two properties; aud tbe alleged belief, also, that iu gruuud conceded iu the de cision to belong to the Albion, the Rich mond has struck ore on the eighth level. The Richmond Company waa allowed till Saturday to ahow cause why the order for such survey should not be issued. Removal. Messrs. Maher A Manion have seoured the new brick on the site of the old Post offloe building, aud will take possession about the first of May. They do not in tend to remove their preaeut stock of dry goods to their new store, but propose to sell them at greatly reduced prices during the next SO days at their old stand. They aay to the ladies and gentlemen of Eureka that if they ueed anything in their line they must come early to secure it, as the goods must aud will be sold. PauIhi: llulllon. The following bullion was shipped by Wells, Fargo A Co. this morning: 1 bar, vaUwdat THE IN FAST TlBKIBLE. How Yoniif America Pick Ip Termi of Endearment. It is a heavy thing to tell an old story. Nothing makes the story-teller wince more utterly than to find out that his audience listen only because they can’t help it; that they would run away if they could do it gracefully. So much for Nye in his de fense of George Gorham, the former Sen ator from Nevada and the latter Secretary of the United States Senate. Gorham called Charles S« inner a s— b—. Gor ham was arraign id for contempt, and he ! would have been bounced had it d'A been for the kindly and ingenious efforts of old Jim Nye, his running partner from the Pacific Coast. On the trial Nye spoke in defense of Gorham. He said that words should be weighed according to their force in local usage. Iu New England the lie was not uoticed, or else “you’re another” would be accepted as a standoff. In the South you have to give satisfaction on the field of honor, sah! In the Hoosier States a medium, etc. Coming back to Nevada and California, he explained how the seemingly ugly name Gorham had used on Sumner was, in the colloquial parlance of the Far West, ouly a term of endearment. The explanation was made in such excel lent humor that the sting was completely taken out of the New England Senator and the prosecution ended happily all around. These endearing terms beloug to the air in the sagebrush country. The boys are experts in the refined and delicate and , persuasive use of them. They use them on one another, on their teachers and ou meir parents, a case in point occurred recently in Eureka. A gentleman, one of the county officials, was having a game or two of pedro in the bar of a hotel. He kept on playing the “last game” until late. His wife and hopeful son were waiting for him in the parlor. He had made several promises to go home, and w as still playing the last game, when the boy came in and w hispered in his ear : “ Come, papa, let’s go home; mamma is waiting for you to go.” “All right; I'll be ready in a minute,” he said. Later the boy whis pered to him : “You must come now; mamma is sick, and can’t stay waiting any longer.” “Just tell her I’ll be there in a minute,” he said, “ I’m going to finish and go home right now.” He kept on playing, however, getting happier and happier at the end of every game, and less disposed to quit than ever. At last the boy came in again. Ho walked straight up to the paternal, and lookiug him straight in the eye, he emphasized his former invitation to #alk home as follows : “ G—d d—n yon, get up now ; we ain’t going to wait for you any longer !” He went. MONTHLY NCTIOOL EXERCISES. The Programme for To-day’s Ex hibition by the Little Folks. The monthly exorcises of the Public School will take place iu the Grammar De partment this afternoon, beginning at 1:30 o'clock, prompt. The following programme will be observed: 1. Song by the school, “Aim High.” 2. “Painting on the Rocks,” recitation by Josephine Kennedy. 3. “Is it Anybody’s Business,” recita tion by Fanny Steler. 4. “Jamie the Gentleman,” recitation by Allen MoCIarie. 5. “Spring,” song by First Intermediate. 6. “The Snow Man,” act ncert recitation by Second Primary. 7. “A New Year Resolve,” recitation by Nellie Evans. 8. Instrumental solo, by Jake Schiller. 9. “The Mountain Maid,” dialogue by Adolph Manheim and Mary Olsen. 10. “We Boys,” recitation by Michael McElroy. 11. “The Mother Bird,” recitation by Rose Steler. 12. Banjo solo, by Etta Hartley. 13. Kaiser and the Little Maid,” recita tion by Jennie Atwood. 14. “Like His Cad,” recitation by Myra Stowell. 15. Bird song by primary rooms. 16. "Lust Child,” recitation by Lillie Jones. 17. "The Polite Press,” recitation by Usuly Wilson. 18. A song in memory of Lizzie Beene, by Second Intermediate. 19. Essay, by Miuuie Buckhara. 20. Song, “Willie and Birdy,” Primary. 21. "Little Bell,” recitation by Lola Me Lei lan. 22. "Dog Base,” recitation,Maud Wells. 23. "The Little Girls,” recitation by Florence Stowell. • 24. "My Dear Old Sunny Home,” song by Carrie and Charley Mette. 25. “Grand Mothers,” recitation by Leon Conklin. 26. “Dare aud Do,” by Willie Olsen and Burr Campbell. 27. "Courtship Under Difficulties,” dia logue by Lulu McCartney, Willie Pardy and Ed. Phillips. 28. “A Fashionable Woman’s Lament,” recitation by Mamie Wood. 29. Essay, by Etta Hartley. 30. “The Little Mother’s Care,” recita tion by Addie Spencer. 31. "A Literary Secret,” recitation by Myra Hopkins. 32. "Nobody’s Child,” recitation by Carrie Mette. 33. Song, by school. flrare nt Fnllnmle. The people at Palisade were much alarmed yesterday on account of the rise of water in the Humboldt River. The banks at that place were so nearly full that an overflow was apprehended. Superin tendent Everts received a dispatch from Carliu yesterday telling him to look out for au increase of water. The track of the E. A P. road was yesterday afternoon about two feet above the water level of the River. The rise yesterday aud the day be fore was about six inches. At dark last evening the volume of water seemed to be neither decreasing nor diminishing. Mr. J. H. Lockwood, who came up from ban Francisco last night, states that there is much fear of an inundation felt all along the liue of the Humboldt. - 1 "■ —♦ ■ — The E«ko i'nlvertlly. The Elko Independent says: The newly oonstruoted Board of University Regents held a meeting here last Saturday, and after appointing T. N. Stone to the posi tion of Principal of the institution, ad journed. Under the management of Mr. Stone 40 studsuts are now in regular at tendance at the University. Kll«r Meaitows, Captain Asher, one of the old settlers on Big Meadows, says the farmers of that sec tion have disposed of all their barley and the greater part of their wheat. Last Fall Ejtatoes sold, delivered on the cars at ovelocks, at from $10 to $15 per ton; now there are none for sale at twice those rates. Boycotlluir lu Nutro. John Tighe, the proprietor of the Capi tal Saloon in Sutro, presents a very curious state of affairs. He alleges that the foreman of the tunnel has boycotted him, by ordering the men under him not to patrouize the saloon. Mr. Tighe calls upon Superintendent Thomas to put an end to this embargo on his place of busi ness. Drath front Fywmla. J. Atchison, a relative of the celebrated Colonel Atchison, of Kansas fame, died at Golouuda the other day of pyamjia. He was recently working at Lewis, and got his blood poiaoued iu some way. He has a brother who is a large cattle owner in Kauaas, and auother who is a physician in Washington Territory. Juat Keeeived. M. B. Bartlett yesterday received a con signment of 150 OoO domestic cigars; also, a superior article of playing cards. He also received a large quantity of the cele brated English beer, which cannot be ex «tU«d la *0/ lOMkat, * PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. Another Ifenperat# Flgh* Between the Officer■» himI rewboj'S-Meferal of the l»nrtle« Killed—Stanford'* Banquet to E* Senator Sargent. fSPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL. | San Francisco, March 30.—A Tomb stone dispatch of this morning ears that Deputy Sheriff Beckenridge, with a posse composed of Jack Young, E. H. Allen and John A. Gillespie, went to Chaudler's ranch, about eight miles from town, to arrest two notorious desperadoes, Billy Grounds, alias Billy the Kid, and Dening Hunt, for whom warrants were out for cattle stealing. On their arrival at the ranch, Grounds and Hunt came out and at once commenced firing, and the battle became general. Hunt shot Gillespie through tlie head, dropping him dead in his tracks, and wounded Allen slightly in the neck by another shot. Allen then sent a ball through Hunt’s breast, bringing him down mortally wounded. In the meantime, Beckeurulge put a charge of buckshot into Grounds’ face and head, in flictingfatal wounds. Young, who was in the rear of the house, to prevent, the escape of the cowboys in that direction, was shot through the thigh, probably by Becken ridge when firing at Grounds. Special Deputy Gillespie was a highly respected miner, and his death is deplored by all good citizens. The Chief of Police went out and brought in the wounded this after noon. Ex-Governor Stanford gave a splendid banquet this evening at his residence on Nob Hill, to ex-Senator Sargent., on the eve of his departure to Berlin. The guests were only 32 in number, including Gov. 1'erkins, General McDowell, and other gentlemen prominent in military, politi cal and business circles. Ex-Senator A. A. Sargent, the newly ap pointed Minister to Berlin, was tendered a splendid banquet and reception to nighf at the Palace Hotel, by a large number ot merchants and professional men of the city. There were several hundred guests present, including resident Consuls, Vice Consuls, and leading representatives of other Governments. NEVADA. Extent of the Vt'n«*hont* on the Cen tral Pacific Hailroatl— No Train* for Several Da>a Yet. Winnewucca, March 30.—There have been washouts at various places along the Central Pacific east of this place for a week past. Those causing the delay at present arc* west of Humboldt Wells, where eight or ten miles of the road is under water this afternoon. To fully understand the situation it should he known that the last Winter has been the severest exper ienced in Eastern Nevada since its settle ment. The buow has accumulated in the mountains and foothills, and these warm days it melts and rushes down into the valleys in the afternoons. Every ravine is a raging torrent, and where the culverts are too small the water runs over the track, washing away the embankments, which are generally of loose, gravelly soil. The whole available force of the Railroad Com pany from Wadsworth east is employed at the washouts. In consequence of the tor rents which rush down in the afternoons, the work has to be done principally at night. The latest information from the principal breaks in the road is to the ef- , feet that the road will not he open for sev eral days, unless the weather gets cooler. Wells Station is flooded every afternoon, and a foot or more of water stands in the round-house there. In the 14 years in which the road has been in operation, nothing like the present freshets have oc curred. At many of the fills where no culverts Lad been made in building the road, and where there never was need of them before, there are torrents of water late in the day which in the morning could he crossed dry shod by a lady in slippers. This is one of the peculiarities of Nevada streams this season. -♦ . ... ARIZONA. Murder of' MrMeuomj, “ Old Sheep, flie Kxin lit r.*’ Tucson, March 30.—A Star special froift Contention says : Three men arrived here this afternoon and reported the murder of McMenomy. known throughout this vi cinity uh “ Old Sheep, the Rancher.” Hi* rauch is five miles north of town. He was shot through the lit ad, and was found lying d* ad upon the floor of his house. No revolver watt found about tba place. He wan evidently murdered, and the sup posed cause in robbery. KINO DEM CHtllMIN’ BELLS! '* Ukcl* ltiMia " Oh, ainner ! don’t take yo’ time, Dar's a road we all mus’ climb — Htt'a a road full er faintin' spells, De way migh y long, but de a.iut git strung WVu ahe year deiu charmin' bells. Oh, sing, my soul 1 Oh. rlug en roll ! Ring a dem charmin’ bells I Der road mighty full er due* But winner kin wqueuch his thus' By driukiu' frum <le Jacob Wells; En de soul git strong When she year dat song— Oh, rlug dem charmin’ bells ! Oh. Jordan, roll 1 Oh, slug, my soul ! Ring-a deni charmin’ bells I CTh, sufferin’sinner, rise— Lif' up dem 'umbel eyes— Lisweu w'at der*peret tells; Oh, do git strong Eu wing dst song— I year deiu charmin’ bells ! Ob, plug, my aoul ! Oh, ring eu roll 1 Ring-a dem charmin' bells ! Wen de night git dark and col', En you bear dat Jordan roll, Dat de pla* e where John befels;* ub, soul, g.t utr ng En sing dat song — Ob. ring dem charmin’ bells ! Ob, sing, my soul I 4 Ob, ring eu roll 1 Ring-a dem charmin’ bells t My Lord, he done unroll Dst shinin'clof uv gol\ Eu de he'veua dev sinks en swells . Ob, soul. sing strong l * Des about dal Song— Ob. ring dem charmin' bells J Oh. sing, my soul! Ob, rlug eu roll I Rlng-s dem charmin' bells t •In other words, that i* what bafsl Bt John. It may he well to state in this connection that this attempt to render the spirit of a ve»y quaint song should not b-* confounded with 4 Roll, J.»ruau, Roll,'* the music of which has beeu preaerVed with Wouderlul success bj the late Mrs Luo? M Kiw Garrison, nor with another song with the iimo refrstu. roll* log of the Jordan and the ringing of the charming bells are heard in a dozen negro tonga. _ The (dzaiiteau Minstrels. The San Francisco Eveuiug Post says of this minstrel company: They have beeo giviug a very novel entertainment here during the week. They were ao well ad vertised that they were greeted with a grand house on the opening night. They are a strong band of performers, aud will draw well next week. The tirst part is called “Ethiopian Reminiscences, * and contains some capital songs by Harry Arm strong, Earnest Sinclair, Frank Moraii, W. Kellogg, Billy Arlington. Lew Benedict. Arthur Cook. It. T. Tyrcll, aud good in strumental performances by W. Pjlliug, W. Skuse, Frank Bowles and Ja«. Blarn phlo. The dialogues, prompted by J. W. Laroont, and aided by the company, are bright aud spicy. The cooper’* chorus, from Boccaccio, is amusing. Bernard Slomau’s imitations of bird* are very clever and almost life-like. A very inter esting evening** entertainment concludes with the burlesque on La Maaootte, called The Mash I Qot. _ Polaoucd by Canned Naluion. Miss Lizzie Weeks, a young lady of Bo die, w'as poisoned last week by eating can ned salmon. She came near dying, hut Anally recovered. Extra Brand* of Chaanpairuea. M. B. Bartlett is just in receipt of « Urge assortment of extra dry champagnes, Mumm’s, Monopole and Roderer. All the above are pure brands, and be is selling them at astonishingly low prices. * Usuoins Whisky $2 25 per gallon. Also a large supply of all kinds of pure liquors and wines for family and medical use, at the Red House. * Candle*, Candle*. Mierler’s New York creams, French and American candies, wholesale and retail, at the Red Honse. * Kffirw! Rirar* * i Berg, at his family grocery on South Main street, has on hand a large supply of fresh eggs. * Butter, Ninety cents a roll at the Red House. * Eggs have taken a tumble at the Red House. Three dozen fresh for SI. * Fob the finest and cheapest holiday goods, go to Hchneider’s drug store. * Fresh butter 70 cents a roll at the Red House. * A LARGE CONSIGNMENT ....or.... ROYAL ST. JOHN’S SEWING MACHINES JUST RECEIVED AT WM. JOANNES’. WE HAVE ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF Standard Machines, . ..SUCH AS.... SINGER, DOMESTIC, NEW HOME, WHITE, ETC. That will be sold on EASY TERMS. A fine stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, THAT WILL BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH. mrCtf W m. JOAN NFS. comTngTcomTng! B. FRIEDLANDER, Draper and Artist Tailor Of' NAM FKA.MIMO, Begs leave to inform the Resi dents of Eureka and vicinity that his traveling agent, E J. STOLTZ, wl*l visit Eu reka about April 7. He will carry an elegant line of samples of SCOTCH, ENGLISH. FRENCH AND AMERICAN GOODS, For which he will take orders at 8AN FRAN CISCO l’.cICES. Any contract made with Mr. Stoltz will br faithfully carried out under my personal supervision. Fvery Gnrment GunrAiitceil A Fit. Don’t fail to see him when he arrives. K. FHIDDLASTDEK, mr26 Merchant Tart or, S. F. Notice to Stockholders EUREKA & COLORADO RIVER RAIL ROAD COMPANY. SECRETARY'S OFF'CE. 1 Fubeka, Nev., March 10. 18*2.1 rTIHE ANNUAL M Eh TING OF THE STUCK L holders of this Company will be held at the principal office of the Company at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, on the FIRST MON DAY OF APRIL, 1*82 *t 12 o'clock, noon, for the election of Directorate serve for the en suing year, aud for the transaction of such other busluess as may come before It WM F. COLTON, mhlOdltwtt Asslataut Secretary. NOW OPENED! New Boarding House! Mrs. Zottman, Prop. SOUTH MAIN STREET, opposite the Atlas furnace. Accommodations for 20 Boarders. THREE SQUAROe*ls A DAY! BOARD, per week.W 00 3)0 CIII3ir.SE COOKS EMPLOYED. Eure.*, M.rrh 8, 1882. mh9tf DELINQUENT NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to j. m. Duker that I have perform' d the necessary asHeggmeut work for the year 18H1 ou the Wood chopper mine, situated in Pr«»apect Mountaiu Mining District, Eureka County. Nevada, and unle** you pay your part of said assessment work, which amounts to fifty dollars ($60), your Interest in s»ld miue will become my property, by virtue of the Act of Cougress of May 10. 1872. K. H. ROSE. Eureka. Nevada. Jan. 10,1882. jail »0d MISS LIZZIE YOWELL, FasMonaWe Dnaubr, BUEL STREET, Uotweeu Volil d BAtemsn, Eureks. Eureka, March 24. 1*82._mr2S-tf New Millinery Goods. MHH. CHBINrOPIIER HAS JUST received au entire new lot of Spring Hats For Ladles and Children. The ladies of Eu- j reka will please Call and examine uiy goods before purchasing elsewhere, btore opposite hK.sriSKL Building. Eureka, March 24, 1882. mr25 U^ TO THE PUBLIC! XTAKE THIS METHOD OF INFOUMINO the public of Kureka that I have been sick for over a year, and tried several Am-rioan i doctors, but they did not seem to understand i my case, when 1 went to Dr. Men Lin, who has oomplewly ou«4 m.. J0HN wn.UAME. Pr Mauk Lln’a office ia at No. 12 (east aide) Edwards street, north of Clark street. Eureka, March 18. i8i2. __njhl9tf FOR SALE DR RENT. fpBK “IRON HALL" PROPERTY, WITH I Bar Kixturea. wo Billiard Table! and Furniture, are offered for sale °r *or parti.ulara apply »< William Tall Mouse, Nomf”““ MAOSINI UKOTHERH. ForSale or Lease ri,uv RTOVF F1HE FROni1 RTORR BUILD* I iu.OD M*B Utely upl.4 "y «*“• Fo, p„.icuU« .VP>y,i«2aBLMAW. Eur.k., March IS. DMAtf RtsgTi& Waldvogel’e dairy. PURE MILK AND CREAM I (JKHVKD IN ANI QCANTITY TO »D1T * kZTXZu* Milk or Or**m. c« notit, “*• d'lv-”0'0UT VSou a waldvookl. CunkAi a*TM»h«* W le*- ** MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. EtWItHELi Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweler and Optician, Begs leave to inform his Customers and the Public generally that he has completed the alterations in his store and established The Only Strictly First-Class Jewelry Establishment in Ejreka. THE WATCH DEPARTMENT Is well stocked with Ladies', Gents and Bots’ Swiss and American Watches from the leading factories, in Nickel, Silver and Gold. THE JEWELRY DEPARTMENT Contains the largest selection of Fine Jewelry ever shown in this city, ornamented with DIAMONDS and other precions stones. SILVER-PLATED WARE. I keep constantly on hand a full line of the goods of the Middletown Plate Company which is justly celebrated for the exquisite designs and finish as for the sterling quality of their goods. SOLID SILVER WARE. I keep only the goods of the Gorham Manufacturing Company of Providence and New York, which is a guarantee that I keep the very best. OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. This department contains a choice selection of optical goods generallv found at a first-class optician’s. Connected with this is the SPECTACLE DEPARTMENT, Which is replete with all the different styles of spectacles and Eye Glasses Havine made a special study of optica and opthalmology, so far as they relate to ekeh other patrons may rest assured of always getting suitable glasses, whatever the defect of their eyes may be. THE CLOCK DEPARTMENT Is well stocked with Clocks for the Cabin, the Kitchen, the Parlor the Bed-room the Bar, the Hall, the Office, and the Observatory, in fact, with Clocks of every description, from the cheapest to the most expensive. Dealing directly with the manufacturers, I can assure patrons that I sell goods as cheap as any house East or West. The Watch Repairing Department la certainly tlie beat appointed on this Coast. Among tho reasons which commend this house to the attention of the public requiring the services of a Watchmaker are the following: Customers are absolutely secure against the botching of their watches which is of no small importance, if it is considered that 99 per oent of all watches are worn out by bad watchmakers. All watches left with me for repairs are insured against loss by Ore. An honest guarantee is given for one year, in which space of time the watches are cleaned several times, if necessary, free of charge. Repairing moneys are refunded without the slightest prevarication in case I Bhonld fail to give perfect satis, faction, and lastly, but not least, NO MONEY IS EVER OBTAINED UNDER FALSE PRETENSES I Repair to Jewelry Neatly Done! Man Spricht Deutsch. On Parle Francais. - DRYGOODS ---- Our First Annual Dry Goods Sale! at the well known Dry Qooda House of MORRIS & LEVY. -O In orderto make room for a very large and extensive Stock of Spring Goods, we have determined on a GREAT RE DUCTION SALE, which will continue for the next THIRTY DAYS. Accus tomed to enumerate the special arti cles of our immense stock, the public in general are well aware of the fact that we have always maintained our reputa tion in KEEPING EVERY DEPART MENT IN FULL SUPPLY, and which we now offer at our reduction rates: at prices which must attract the atten tion of housekeepers and the public. ITOnr Mfulor partner, 91 It. J. MORRIS, for a time will five hll ■pedal aud p«*moii»l at lent Ion to ttittt Ore «t Sale, aud endeavor with iMdlltle* aud courte-y to make those who may fa%or u« with a coll per* fee II y satisfied w Ith our good* aud price*. MORRIS A V.KVV. ROSENBAUM'S Celebrated Slote Cigars 1 0 —— Unexcelled by any Manufactured! FOR SALE BY MI. B. BARTLETT SOLE AGENT. Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dealer, South Main Street, Eureka. ALP HARRIS, -DBALIB IB Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hat>, Capa, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Trunks, Yalises, Ete. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY) FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA Pull Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Two toon north pi Sort; Nnj'i Baton