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(Eureka Dailn Sentinel.
FRIDAY . APRIL 21, 1882. . A SI I!RICAN KOBH ITY. The Donohue-Parrot wedding, which took place in San Francisco Tuesday, was altogether a very swell affair. The contracting parties were blessed directly by telegram from the Pope; they had jewelry, checks and real estate piled on them. This much of the business is in order and accords with the style of the wealthy in America who strive to make out of the common thing of getting mar ried the uncommonest thing i»ossible. But the dispatches say that the marriage rite was performed according to the same ritual of the church that is em ployed in Furope when the bride and groom are crowned heads. \\ as there ever a more silly exhibition of poor hu man nature’s infirmities than this? Is there recorded anywhere a more absurd endeavor to lay hold of the intangible pomp and glories of the world ? There is an unavowed but self-confessed hank ering after superiority in society, a cov ered up longing for titles that is universal , among men wherever the artificial dis tinction of plebian and patrician is recog nized or assumed. The feeling, however, is akin to that of envy or jealousy, and most all of us have setue enough to feel ashamed of it. In countries where no bility exists an expression of such a sen timent is looked upon as an infringement upon the “ Divine right, and brings the subject into contempt. In America, where caste is not recognized, it subjects the pretentious citizen, who apes nobil ity. to the righteous judgment of making an ass of himself. The Donahue-Parrot marriage suggests the retlection that probably intelligent and somewhat culti vated people may behave in such a silly manner that idiots may seem wise in comparison with them. A srcrESSri L SOLDIER. Sir Garnet Wolseley, who has just been made Adjutant-General of the British forces, the highest position at the Horse Guards except Commander-in chief, from the moment when he entered service as an ensign in the Eightieth foot and had the luck to he engaged in the Burmese war, for which he received a medal, has had fortune mount behind him and promotion meet him at each new enterprise. Only seven years after joining the army he was gazetted as j Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, after the In dian mutiny, lie then in the China war received more medals and nine clasps. On peace coming he was then gazetted full Colonel, and received further honors. The Red River affair was the occasion of offering him the Knighthood of St. Michael and St. George, and at last the Ashantee war, when he crushed the power of King Koffee, brought him a substantial honor in a vote by Parlia ment of §123,000. His last expedition was the closing of the Zulu war, for which he received the Grand Cross of the Bath and the high appointment of Lieutenant-General. SfcVEAUH AXI) ARTIII R. When in the course of our editorial labors the painful necessity occurs for us to tell the people about the bad ness of some Republican leaders, those to whom the news is not pleasant waive off the imputation and discredit the story. They say it is the regular Democratic business to grind out harmful tales to their disadvantage. If the doubting Thomases will be convinced of the truth of \vhat we have had several occasions to affirm, let them see the prints of their nails and the spear wound in the side which the following words of ex-Attor* ney General MoVeagh reveal: What President Arthur was in the New York Custom-house he is in the Presiden tial chair. He is personally a kindly, well disposed gentleman, but men rarely change their political training after attaining the age this gentleman has. “ My party,” said Mr. McVeagh, “ leaves me in this predica ment: It has but three principles, and I find myself opposed to all of them. Its great first principle is the spoils system; its second is opposition to civil service re form. aud the third seems consistent re pudiation in Old Virginia. The duty of the country is to supplant the bosses. You cannot pretend to be interested in the de grading spectacle of Mahoneiam in Vir ginia—the deliberate prostitution of gov ernment powers to aid the repudiation of a State’s debt. Instead of going forward Arthur’s administration retrogrades.” QUERY. Our Republican contemporary is re sponsible for the following : Raten, the murderer of James Lansing, now confined in the County Jail, is a Rus sian. After a fair trial and a deserved sentence for his crime, would it not be considered rather cheeky for the Russian Government to ask that he be respited un til testimony concerning his mental con dition could be forwarded? And yet it would not be a bit more so than the act of President Arthur, in the case of Dr. Lam son of London, fairly tried and fully con victed of the crime of murder. The intervention of the United States in that matter is a disgrace to the nation, and Arthur simply made a fool of himself. NOT COMPLIMENTARY. It seems that only 42 votes were given j on the motion for Chandler’s confirma tion, barely three more than a quorum, and that he received but 23 of the 42, which is 11 less than a majority of the Senate. Thus it appears that 34 Sena tors out of 76 were absent, or refused to respond when the roll was called. Such a result will not be regarded as compli mentary either to Mr. Chandler or to the President. THANKS. The Sentinel is under obligations to Senator Fair for one of the memorial cards, bearing a first-rate picture of the deceased President, issued to commemor ate the services held by Congress in his honor.__ 111# President Hnujced In Effigy. Last week the Bodie Free Press started the report that a cattle thief had been hanged at Sweetwater. It has since been ascertained that the story originated from a passing traveler mistaking an efligy of President Arthur for a bovine abductor. The people of Sweetwater had taken that method of expressing their opinion of the chief magistrate’s veto of the Chinese bill. IELEGHAEHICL A ICLLIONAIBE’S TEOUBLES WITS HIS WIFE. She Don't Want a Divorce. But Sore Soney. PARTICULARS OF A TERRIBLE CYCLONE. Lives Lost and a Large Amount of Property Destroyed. The 1.0*4** of Properly Estimated at 9130,000. [SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.| Denver (Col.), April 20.—A complaint was filed in the District Court yesterday by Mrs. Augusta L. Tabor, against H. A. W. Tabor, asking for a separate mainte nance in the sum of $50,000 per year, and absolute ownership of the family mansion, with grounds worth $125,000. It is quite a long document. It sets forth that de fendant, who is Lieutenant-Governor of the State, and has openly announced him self as a candidate for United States Sen ator next Winter, has not contributed to defendant’s support, and has not recog nized her as his wife, or lived in the same bouse with her for nearly two years. Mrs. Tabor further alleges that she has been compelled to keep boarders to make a liv ing. She does not ask for a divorce, and does not want one. She has repeatedly offered to abandon her intended suit if her husband would only let her live with him, and be recognized as his wife. This he has refused to do, and it is claimed that he has offered to pay a large sum and make no defense if she would only sue for divorce. It is said by Mr. Tabor and his friends that the present suit is the result of spite, and is meant to injure his political prospects. They say, and it is unques tionably true, that when a separation was first agreed upon he paid her $100,000 in cash, and granted her for her life the use and benefit of the family residence, which she has since occupied. She paid $37,000 for one-third interest in the Windsor Hotel, which investment yielded upwards | of $14,000. The rest of the money was | wisely invested, and her annual income | does not fall far short of $20,000. When i the recent Senatorial struggle was coming 1 on, and"Tabor hoped to secure the appoin t j inent, an effort was made to have this bill | published, but without avail. It is said that if the case is brought to trial a great deal of nasty testimony will be brought out. The Tabors have only one child, a son aged 23, who recently wont to Europe, probably to escape the mortifi cation of this scandal. Mrs. Tabor’s at j torneys have filed a schedule of the prop ! erty owned by Tabor, which foots up j $3.07G,000. Ho will not yield or compro I raise the suit. A Destructive Cyclone. St. Louis, April 20.—The Republican’s correspondent, writing from Brownsville, gives the particulars of a terrible cyclone. He says the wildest confusion reigned all day. The town was crowded with peoplo from the surrounding country, who flocked in to see the devastation. Tho work of clearing the debris was com menced after tho storm passed, and lias been kept up incessantly ever since, but it will require several days to thoroughly overhaul the ruins. Two more dead bodies have been exhumed, and it is thought a woman and a child are beneath the ruins. E. G. Biggerst.aff was on the street when the storm clouds united and made their terrible rush for town. He stood di rectly in the line of the funnel-shaped cloud, and thinking to get out of its way, started to run, but had proceeded not more than a dozen yards when he was en veloped, drawn up several feet above ground, and hurled against a brick build ing, but escaped without even a bruise. He says while he was up in the air, and within the whirling vortex of the cloud, he heard a terrible crackling sound, ami could see myriads of sparks flying round, evidently electrical. Tho storm did not last more than a minute, and when it passed, all parts of tho town touched was a | perfect waste. The first place the storm I struck was a two-story brick building, at the corner of Main and Spring streets, occupied by Myers ct Duensing, dry goods; Thomas Andrews, clothing; Helzer. groceries, and A. Reibert, hard ware, all of which were lifted from their foundations and hurled into the street, burying the inmates and killing three out right. The storm then continued north east, demolishing a number of dwellings, on its way to the brick block. Ou Lex ington avenue seven two-story brick buildings were destroyed, and others badly damaged. The Brownsville Hotel, a large, two-story frame, was completely carried away, and tho timbers scattered for 100 yards around. The brick public I schoolhouse was cut down to the first windows. The school had been dismissed about 15 minutes before the storm. The Christian Church was also destroyed, and about 20 frame and brick buildings were demolished. The aggregate loss is at least $150,000. The force of the wind was so great that it lifted brick buildings clear off their foundations, and frame buildings were picked np bodily and twisted into splinters. Carpets and furniture were carried entirely out of town, and lodged in tree tops and lumber yards, and scat tered all over the country. Several pieces of furniture were found a mile distant. One house was carried about 50 feet and hurled against a brick wall. A fence rail was driven entirely through the body of a cow. The home physicians have been relieved by others from Sedalia and adjacent towns, ; and the wounded have now been nearly all attended to. A large number are | rendered helpless. The effect of the oy- I clone is fully equal to that of the ones that I occurred at Richmond in 1878 aDd at j Marshfield in 1879. A portion of the dead i were buried to-day. A special train was run from Sedalia to- I day, and the proceeds of the trip was .] $400, which was donated to the sufferers, i Another train will be run to-morrow for the same purpose. The Mayor has issued a proclamation stating that donations will be received by the Committee of Distribution. No new’ facts are developed at Montrose. Eighteen dwellings and four oburchea were destroyed there. A number of farm houses in the vicioity are demolished. Neither Entitled to a Sent. Washington, April 20.—In the House to day a vote was taken on the resolution of the minority of the Elections Commit tee declaring Cannon elected to his seat. The resolution was rejected—yeas, 79; nays, 123. This was a party vote, with the exception of Belsehover, Colquit, Oobb, Cassidy, Holman. Mosgrove, Muricb, Rico, Marston and Turner of Kectuoky, who voted in tho negative with the Re publicans, and Campbell of Pennsylvania in the affirmative with tho Democrats. The majority resolution declaring neither Cannon nor Campbell entitled to a seat was adopted without division. Arrest of Franz Mozlg, alias Carl Rauiicr. Little Rock, April 20.—The Sheriff of Robinson County has arrived from Frank lin with a prisoner named Franz Mozig, alias Carl Banner. The arrest was brought about by Julius Kaufman, Austrian and Hungarian Consul at Galveston. It ap pears that Mozig. in 1879-80, while a mem ber of the lirm of Mortwitz A* Mozig, in -town. of.^Antien. Bohemia, forged bills of exchange and acceptances amounting to $100,1*00. Mozig lied from his native country and camo to Texas. The case in volves extradition, and has created con siderable interest. Mozig confesses to the charges and expresses a willingness to re turn to Austria and stand trial. Judge Morrill ordered the prisoner turned over to the proper authorities, to be taken to Austria. Favors nn Alliance. Raleioh (N. 0.), April 20.—The State Republican Executive Committee favors an alliance with the Liberal movement, and has called a State Convention for June 14. Km I grants from Bremen. Baltimore, April 20.—Fourteen hun dred emigrants arrived yesterday from | Bremen. They leave for the West to-day. _ - - OVER THE WATER. Maclean, Who Fired at the Queen, Acquitted on the Urouiid of In sanity—He Is to he Kept In Custo dy Dnriii£ Her Mojesiy’s Pleas ure. London, April 20.—The evidence for the prosecution in the case of Maclean, who fired at the Queen, went simply to show that he fired the shot. The witnesses were not cross-examined. Montague Williams, iu opening for the prisoner, made insanity the ground of defense. lie said it could be shown that Maclean has had homicidal mania for years, and had imagined that the English*people were against him, and also that it could be proved that Maclean had been confined in an asylum. Superin tendents of the Salisbury and Bradmoor Asylums testified to Maclean’s insanity. They said they believed him incapable of appreciating the nature or quality of any of his acts. Williams asked for an acquit tal on the ground of insanity. Lord Chief Justice Coleridgo summed up the case. The jury returned a verdict of “Not guilty,” on the ground of insanity. After the jury had rendered their verdict it was ordered that Maclean be detained in cus tody during Her Majesty’s pleasure. Thu deliberations of the jury occupied five minutes. Tweedledum and Tweedledee. Clara Bello has made a discovery. “ There seems,” sho says, “to be a vast difference to men’s eyes, between the tweo dledee of an outer dress and the tweedle dum of under-clothing. I can’t under stand why, but it is so. Nino men out of ten will rush wildly to a window to see a woman in flowing white across the way, and turn away disappointed when they find that the snowy garment is a wrapper instead of a chemise.” rreliflitiiig from Kelton. There is a large amount of freight ware housed at Kelton for shipment to Wood River. A number of teams have recently started out from there, but the roads are so soft that it is almost impossible for heavy wagons to get through. A week's good weather will, however, dry the roads so as to render them passable, when trans portation will begin in earnest and con tinue doubtless until the end of the season. DIED. __ At the Eureka County Hospital, April 20, 1882, Clara St. Falk, aged 27 years. Deceased was recently from Petaluma, California. The funeral will take place at 2 o’clock this (Friday) afternoon from W. P. Haskell’s un dertaking rooms on Buel street. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend. At Ruby Hill, April 20,1882, Rosa, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Northey, aged 8 years and G mouths. The funeral will take place at 2 o’clock this (Friday) afternoon from the residence of the parents. Friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend. NEW TO-DAY. INAUGURATION ....OF THE.... Spring Season ....AT.... M.J.Franklin&Co's Oar Sioct of Imported & Domestic Dress Goods Is now complete in all its branches, and com prises every novelty that has appeared in the market this season. The assortment is so ex tensive and the character of the styles so varied as to preclude any attempt at descrip tion. Dress Trimmings. Our exhibition of these goods is unsiu"* passed by that of any metropolitan establish ment. The asaortment is new entirely and consists in part of Movices in black and colors, Satin Rhadamcres, Brocades, Satin d’ Lyons, and silks and Satins in all the latest shades. Spring Wraps and Dresses The latest designs of Russians, Dolmans, Wraps, Mantles, Jackets, etc. Wo have used more than ordinary care in the selection of these garments, and can confidently say that our assortment is the finest ever brought to this market. Muslin Underwear. The sale of these goods has become a very important feature of our business. To meet the requirements of our growing trade we have received a beautiful line of these garments from the East, and for beauty of design, qual- ! ity of material, finish and workmanship, we i challenge compariaon. Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, Neckwear. Ties, Cor sets, La.es, and Embroideries in endless variety. . Carpets, Oil Cloths anfl Paper Hangings Our assortment of goods in this department is full and complete, and to it we oall especial atjcatiifn. REMEMBER! We Always V<eA<l In Rtyles and Prices I M.J. Franklin & Co. Eureka, April 20,1882. a21tfg Stockholders’ Meeting. An adjourned meeting of the Stockholders of the Atlantic k Padflo Tunnel end Mining Company will be held at their office in Eureka, on MONDAY. May 1, 1*82, for the purpose of electing officer* for the ensuing year. W. p STEICHELMAN. Secretary. Eureka. April 15, 1882. apl9td J?or Sale. rpnE SALOON AND FIXTURES TWO JL doors south of the Stone Saloon. Ala*, two Beta of furniture and two large stoves. For particulars apply on the premises to A CLARK. Eureka, April 18.1883. al9tf MISCELLANEOUS. Eureka Opera House. Friday and Saturday Evenings ....AND.... SATURDAY MATINEE ! CALLENDER'S Colored Minstrels! The Groat! The Only! The Original! Latest Plantation Jl.loilifs, Orrateat Itanjoist In the World. The f>OK Circus, The I.evee Konstabont, Oscar Wilde's Constituents, Clara Jenkens' Tea Party, Keantifnl Florida Swamp Scene. THE STEAMBOAT RACE On the Mississippi, ami many other features new to Minstrelsy. *£7"]3ox sheet for the sale of reserved seats open at the Opera House. al6td GRAND VOCAL .AND. Instrumental Concert .AT. MINERS’ UNION HALL, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882, .BY THE. LANDER BRASS BAND. Of Austin, Nevada, Mr. Joliu Harris, Lender A Director. Assisted by the following favorite vocalists: Soprano Soloist...MRS. S. PRISK Alto .MRS. G. C. HOLBROOK Tenors.Messrs. LEAN, PRISK and PEARCE Bassos.Messrs. ROBERTS and NICHOLAS Solo.MASTER HENRY PRISK MR. GEORGE E. MILLAR Has kindly consented to assist, and will appear in several of his best selections. MR. HENRY BLUETT, Irish Comic Character Singer, has kindly vol unteered to assist, and will appear In several of his best selections. Prof. G. C. HOLBROOK, : : Accompanist General Admission,.HI Children half price. SAMUEL KING, Business Manager. ROOMS TO LET. | PARLORand BEDROOM ONE SINGLE ROOM, suitable for au Office. THE ABOVE ARE IN A BRICK BUILDING. BTTor particular* apply at this office. Eureka, March 28,1882. mh29tf Godfrey & IVIciVlillan. Contractors & Builders. Are prepared to do all rinds of Carpentering and Job Work at reasona ble rates. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Furnished for Wood, Stone and Brick Build ings at short notice. All Work Guaranteed. Shop on South Main Street, opposite the E. and C. Lumber Yard. a20tf WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOBACCO HOUSE! East Side North Main Street, one door below Stone Building. IS. KOTUSCIIILD.Proprietor. IMPORTED AND’DOMESTIC CIGARS! PLAYING CARDS, PIPES AND CUTLERY. Eureka, Nov. 28, 1881. n29tf A WARNING The continual throwing of burn ing coals and hot ashes on the streets during windy weather renders a fire imminent at any time. The officers have been instructed to promptly report any persons who may do this hereafter, and they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the luw. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff. Eureka, March 11,1882. mhl5tf ForSaleorLease The stone fire-proof store build ing on Main street lately occupied by Pete Hansen. For particulars apply to W. P. STEICHELMAN. Eureka, March 25,1882. mr2fl tf Notice to the Public! TnE PUBLIC ARK HEREBY WARNED not to receive or negotiate for a certain note, described as follows, which has been lost or destroyed, and on which payment is stopped : The note is given by G. Persano k Co. in favor of G. Romani, and is indorsed by Petar Hansen. Eureka, April 7,1882. a81m BUTTER M5UTTEB! 4,001) lte. CMat FlriiA Butter! For sale at low rates, at P. N. HANSEN’S STORE I North Mnln Street. Eureka, April 7, 1882. a8tf Fruits! Notions! Cigars and Tobacco. Jno. Penberthy, Proprietor Three doors below Postofhce. Presh Lilm os I Kept CouNtautly ou Kami. Eureka. Nov. 6.1881. n6tf For Saleor Rent. ABTEDMAN k CO. PIANO; NEW; THE best piano In town; for sale or rent. Ap to M. QUEVEDO, on Buel street. Eureka, April 19, 1882. a20tf FOUIST3D. A GOLD RING.—THE OWNER CAN CALL at this office, prove property and pay for this advertisement. Eureka, April 19, 1882. a20tf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS._ LOOK OUT .FOB THE. ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS .AT. KYRSK Y’S Enroll*. A pril 18. 1882. *19tf 1882. 1882. 1882. SPRING AND SUMMER! MORRIS & LEVY, Main Street, Bnrolta, Have just received and will be constantly receiving, in addition to tlieir already immense stock, the choicest goods in their line at the lowest rates the mar ket can afford. We will mention but a few of our leading goods : Rlcli and Elegant Rhadani* Silks, Satin d* Lyous, Moire Antignes, Silks, Satin*, Velvets and Brocade*, which for color* and price* cannot be wnrpasMcd by any other llonweon the Pacific Const. Novelties in Suitings—all the Elegant Shades. An immense stock of Dress Goods, such as Beiges, Shndahs, Camel-hairs, Cashmeres, Piques, Lawns and Monice Cloths. Our stock of Flannels, Domestics, Linens, Cottonades, Ginghans and Cheroits are un equaled in quality, quantity or prices. Ladies’ and Children's French, American and English Hosiery, Gloves and Corsets. Novelties in Neckwear. Laces, Ribbons and Handkerchiefs. A full and splendid assortment of Cloak and Dress Gimps, Fringes and ornaments. Parasols—prices reduced for the season. Summer Dolmans, Wraps. Jackets and Ulsters a specialty—made under our own personal supervision—Including Linen Ulsters and Wraps, as heretofore, will be sold cheaper than the lowest prices of our competitors. Of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Bugs and Matting we will sell a superior grade of each at such figures as to astonish our housekeeping friends. In short, we hru determined to let no opportunity pass to serve our numerous cus tomers in such n way as to munificently recompense them for their trading with us, and will at all times endeavor through honest dealings to deserve their approbation. One Price and Cash Only Strictly Adhered to. MORRIS&LEVY. Eureka, April 15,1882. a!6tf NO MORE HIGH RENT! The New Dry Goods Store of MA HER & MANION will remove to that New Brick Building on the site of the Old Postoffice on or before the first of May. As we do not intend to move any of our present stock of Dry Goods, which is one of the largest in town, La dies and Gents, if you want anything in our line, come early and secure it, as the Goods will besold. These prices will be For the Next 30 Days Only! Eureka, March 30,1882. . mh31tf W. J. TONKIN & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Wines, LiquorsandGigars The Finest Brands of PURE LIQUORS 2 FOR FAMILY AND MEDIMLUSE, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Home-made and lmported Cigars. t/Tln* largest and best selected stock of pure Liquors and Flue Cigars in Eastern Nevada Order* Promptly nud carefully filled. Goods de livered free of cost. W. j. Tonkin cto Oo., iu-tf Main Street, two doors below Paxton & Co’s Bank. P. S T EL E R ri'AKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC J generally that he has secured the services of a first-class Chronometer Watch maker, who has had over 20 years’ experience in the very largest watchmaking estab lishments of Paris, London, Geneva, and Milan, in Europe, also four years in San Francisco, and from these places he has the very best recommendations. He speaks French, English and Italian. All kinds of new jewelry and fine diamond work made to order by myself, and all kinds of Jewelry neatly repaired and warranted. FINE WATCH WORK I am prepared to do all kinds of Fine Watch and Clock Work, and new pieces made for fine watches if desired, as I have just received a new and fine set of tools for this pur* pose. All work entrusted to me will he done at the shortest possible notice and at reasonable prices, and warranted for a year. Satisfaction guaranteed. A very large as sortment of Fine Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Clocks, and Optical Goods constantly on hand, which I offer to sell at 25 per cent less than any other house in town. All orders from the country promptly attended to. F. BTELKR, THE LEADING JEWELER. FOB SALE! EUREKA Sale, Feed and Livery STABLE. Tni8 18 THE OLD STAND FORMERLY occupied by Bishop A Carpenter, and aub- , sequently by Moore Bros., and la a good pay ing property. Any one wishing to purchase the same will 1 please make application on the premise*. Eureka, April 11,1882 alStf GRIFFIN & ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —AND— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WELLS, FARGO & CO.’S BUILDING MAIN STREET. EUREKA. Office hour* from 8 o'clock a. m. to 8 f. u. Brown.Tassel&Co. ....DEALERS IE,... Men’s, Boys', Youths' Ladies' MI88E8' AND CHILDREN'S Boots, Shoes! Slippers ....ALSO, ALL KIXD8 OF..., Rubber Goods, Leather and Finding Hast Side of Malu Street, BVRIIEA, NEVADA. Eureka, March 3, 1882. mh4tf The fire-proof brick store, bit uated on the corner of Main and Clark Htreeta, and now occupied by Maher & Manion, will be for rent on and after May 1, 1882. In quire of J. B. WHITTON. Eureka, March 29,1882. mh8Q lm miscellaneous. 'FTW7 CLUTE Wholesale and Retail Dealer In GROCERIES provisions, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. A M-'i. "n<l COm,>,e'e Stock 0f Hardware on Hand null con. atnntly arriving, which I »m offering at prices tn Defy Competition, Agent for the Giant Powder Company. Enreha.8ept.lt.188r’ A LARGE COHSIGNMENT ....OF,.., ROYAL ST. JOHN’S SEWING MACHINES JUST REOEIVED AT WM. JOANNES’. WE HAVE ALSO A LARGE STOCK OP Standard Machines, ....SUCH AS.... SINCER, DOMESTIC, NEW NOME, WHITE, ETC. That will be Bold on EASY TERMS. A lino stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, THAT WILL BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CA8H. “*■26 tf WM. JOANNES. Valuable Property! FOR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS. A LARGE AND CONVENIENT HOUSE IN a desirable location, with five lota, hav ing a frontage of 125 foet by 100 feat deep, w’hich will be sold entire or in lots to suit purchasers. Families desiring a residence or parties washing to build will find this a good oppor tunity. as the property is situated in the pleasantest part of Eureka. For particulars apply at the residence of T. J. MAUPIN. Eureka, March 6,1882. mh7tf MILL FOR SALE The Newark Mill (C'OSfPIiETF.) WITH PANSjnd SETTLERS ON ACCOUNT OF THE CHANGE IN THE character of tho ore, the company have determined to erect a furnace, and the mill will be sold. Price.$7,000 For particulars apply on tho premises to THOMAS ROBINSON, Sapi. Newark District, April 8,1882. a9 Ini NOTICE QONVEBSION OF WATCHES, EITHER IN Their Escapements or In their Winding Arrangements* Done «■ hitherto, at reasonable charges. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. ED. WILHELM. Eureka, March 1,1882. mhQtf Eureka Safety Oil! I WILL SELL THE ABOVE BRAND OF Oil, THE BEST IN THE MARKET At the time price that an Oil of equal quality la sold Id this market. P. N. HANSEN, Opposite PoMtoflice. Eureka, April «. 1882. . COAL OIL! GOAL OIL! GOAL OIL! WV.SM SoZTrW™, and offer their WATER WHITE COAL OIL, 150 fire teat, to the trade in 10 can lota at 14 Tfl per case; less lota, $5 per case. nn W. H. HEMINGTON St 00., H. JOHNSON._ Agenta Staudard Oil Company. Eureka, April 4,1882. Young AmericaCheese. A FINE ARTICLEFOR FAMILY USE. Steam-Cooked Scotch Barley Grltt, Steam-Cooked White Wheat, Steam-Cooked White Oate, At P. lUT. Hansen's North Main Btr—«, Burgh Reduction-in Prices ....AT Monaco’s City Pliotoarapli Gallery XfONE BUT THE BEST AND MOST LIFE* JM like pictures are taken at this gallery, with all the latent improvements of finish auu style. COPYING, either plain or finished in Crayon, Color or Ink, made a specialty—Crayon work particularly. Also, enlarging or reduc ing to any alee desired. -0,# South Male street, Eureka.