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Eureka EDailu Sentinel.
ffEDXKSPAY. OCTOBKK 4, 1682. "w E Davidson is the Authorized Bubscrip uen AKcnt for tin. SENTINEL in Eureka. Or “er8 can be left at his bookstore in thePost Democratic County Ticket. For District Judge, henry rives. For 8heri£f, w. H. SWEENEY. For Treasurer, R. SADLER. For Oierk, IVI. C. CAVANAUCH. For District Attorney, EUCENE R. CARBER. For Recorder, D. H._HALL. For Assessor, [VI. B. BARTLETT. For Senator, JOHN N. WILLIAMS. For the Assembly, H. J. NIULDOON, C. M. MIKEL, C. J. SCANLAND. For Long-Term County Commissioner, WILLIAM ARRINCTON. For Short-Term County Commissioner. ED. LEVENTHAL. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, PATRICK REYNOLDS. For Surveyor, J. M. FOLEY. For Road Supervisor, Eureka District, MAHLON RIDCE. For Justice of the Peace, F. H. HARMON. For Constable, Eureka lownsnip, THOMAS McCOVERN. For Long-Term School Trustee, R. K. MORRISON. For Short-Term School Trustee, D. R. SESSIONS. For' Justice of the Peace, Ruby Hill, p. J. J. McLAUCHLIN. For Constable, Ruby Hill, G. W. TRAVERS. For School Trustees, Ruby Hill, W. H. BYRN, D. H. ROBERTS. riAlflihA Y’a NUK Ii St.4I.KN, Wnu ,li'i,Drisee Nloclt Eachange. MORNINU DOARD. 205 Opliir—360 365 50 Mexican—5*4 375 Goulrl & Curry—430 435 440 100 Bent &, Belcher—7 1145 California—20c^ 1475 Savage—190 195 350 Con. Virginia—105 110 2280 Chollar—234 285 280 270 280b5 750 Potosi—180 l'\ 333 Hale A Noreross—270^23i 280 100 Crown Point—140 135 420 Yellow Jacket—170 165 345 Sierra Nevada—5;,4 56s 5Hb5 160 Utah—355 3l$ 325 Bullion—8Uc 75c 100 Exchequer—50c 450 Overman—30o 35o 5 Uniou—5H 840 Alta—85o 90c 500 S. Hill—30c 80 Occidental—2*4 170 Ancles—J15 70 Ward -380 385 20 Scorpion—850 100 Benton—25o 1900 Trojan—5c 5b30 100 Pinal—120 800 Bodie—445 220 Albion—285 280s90 200 Argent a—85c 20 Eureka Con—14^4 1250 Independence—1-4 100 Svndioate—2r*o 200 Ore—40c 40bl0 50 Navajo—8H 10O Silver King—12 250 Uuodshaw—20o 50 Jackson—25o 100 G. Prize—55o Sou Argenta— 80o 250 Navajo—6^ 8850 Independence—1*4 05t» Dav—U5o 430 Albion-280 BOO Holmes—5o 125 Columbus—110 loo Syndicate—15c 250 Goodshaw -20c 100 Bechtel—5o 50 Mono—65o 250 Noondav—40c 800 Oro— 85c 40o 100 Pinal—1 \ 200 Booker—5o Eureka Con.—14V«b 15a 170 Chollar—280 *2H 200 Yellow Jacket—1H lHblO 810 Bullion—75o 75bl0 6tR) Potosi—180 185 190 260 Best A Belcher-7 H 2200 Trojan—5c 10 Mexican—5H 170 Scorpion—75o COO Alta—90c 90blO 70 Alpha—190 *2 100 Overman—35o 100 Belcher—1 100 Benton—25o 800 S. Nevada-57* 6b5 G 2oo Con. Yirgiuia—110 QUO Crown Point —145 525 Gould & Curry—465 4G0 455 M() Savage—2 195 120 California—20o 77u Hale A Noroross—280 285 tl.OMXQ <l«OI4»IOVH Gould A Curiy 455s. Potosi 185a 185b }J°». Chollar 2*4 s 285s, Yellow Jacket I'^b 1 \ a. Hale A Noroross 280s 285s 285b ■80a, Savage 195s 195b, Beat A Bsloher ‘Nh 7^h. Union 6s, Sierra Nevada 5fyb Ja' Gphir 3*-i s, Northern Belle 13b, Andes Ll3“. Aha 85b 90a, Crown Poiut 145b lHa, b-Idler lb, Albion 280b 285a 280»2Ub Scorpion 85b 90a, Oro 35b 40a. Ka A »*. PANMKRitiKR THAVKL. departures yesterday morning. Jdin Leary Mrs Harrington JJ ^ Mitcheil \V Larrimer A wf y'.orge Marlin John Sheen J Vanderlieth \V H Bennett A wf J ar°wn Oapt J Trellavan ARRIVALS SUNDAY NIGHT. A Rosenheim A J Laohman M Morris D Nathan S Y*n*y E Cliielovich g Wagginnl W J Towushend * Evsrts Motel Arrival*. Varker House—W. Eddy wife and fam» »ty. Btiby Hull A. J. Laohman, San Fiau •Weo. Jackaou House—Mrs. Mary Evans, gberhardtj J. B. Roberts, Ruby Hills Pete «ansen, city. r,'I,ur"*'r House—J. Rice, city; John A.h W,' .JPV‘‘kw*‘t«r; J- W. Ely, Dry Lake; Pinto 0 ey’SpringValley: A- B- McCoy, Richmond Bullion. e Richmond Company .hipped this 1 °hM» S,l'h nf11*' FarK° * Co,'.Expr..l ,u< bullion, rained at $11,719 II, rtUR HUNT. *t<*r»|kN from fh» NoU'buok of t)i« N«*nHnor» Krnnrifr. The County Commissioners will meet to day. The woathor yesterday was cold and Wintry. The biggest kind of preparation is going on for the Consolation ball. Mountain Lodgo No. 27, I. O. 0. F., meets at 7:30 o’clock this evening. The funeral of James Bassetti was well attended by firemen and sorrowing friends yesterday. Voters in the various precincts of the county should not put off registering until the last day. Tli® quarterly report showing the condi tion of tho county finances will bo found in another column. P. F. McBride was the happiest man in town yesterday, owing to an increase in his family of a tine boy baby. A piece of nows of unusual and startling interest was Hashed across the wires last evening from the Atlantic to the Pacific, that Arthur had caught a fish, not a crab, but a muskallonge. The Enterprise says that according to the Bay paprirs Captain John Kelly may soon be expected back on tho Comstock. Ho probably comes to officiate as god father to the baby bonanza of tho middle mines. Tho sheep which died recently from poisoning at Palisade, the White Pine News is informed, belonged to Mr. Der mid of Cherry Creek, and to Mr. Ferguson of Deep Creek, and that they were being driven to the latter place. One of ou^compositors last night in “setting up” M. J. Franklin & Co.'s ad vertisement made plushes read blushes. The error was corrected immediately, in order that the modest clerks of the firm might not be embarrassed uud over whelmed by tho crowd of purchasers that would have besieged the store to-day in search of that rare article—blushes. PERSONAL. W. 0. Mills Jr., of ours, is registered at the Palace Hotel, San Fraucisco. Albert Rosenheim returned last night from a business visit in San Francisco. John W. Mack ay has gone to Ban Fran cisco, and from there will go to Mexico. Senator John P. Jones is expected to pass Palisade this morning, going West. David Lundboni, formerly of the Eu reka Con., talks of returning here from Sweden next Spring. The White Pine News says that O. II. Grey will be a candidate on the Republi can ticket for the Assembly. W. J. Towushend, Gilmer Sc Salisbury’s route agent, returned last night from a tour in tho western part of the State. H. U. Conklin has received his commis sion as Brigadier General of the Nevada State militia, vice Gen. George M. Sabin, resigned. D. Nathan of tho Clothing Bazar re turned from San Francisco last night, where lie purchased an immense amount of new goods. R. Sadler left this morning for San Francisco, and will return in about a week witli bis daughter, who has been in Cali fornia for her health. Right Rev. Bishop Manoguo and Father Maloney arrived at Cherry Creek from Pioclie Wednesday. The Bishop celebrated mass at tlie Catholic Church there Sunday morning. The White Pine News, in speaking of Mr. Adams’ visit to Cherry Creek, says: Wherever he goes he makes friends, and tho chances are more than even that he will be Nevada’s next Governor. John McGrath, formerly Superintendent of the French mine on White Pine Moun tain, and for some tune a resident of Eure ka, arrived here from San Francisco Mon day night, and will remain in town some weeks on mining business. Bellevue Chronicle: Mrs. O. L. Scott arrived by this morning’s Blackfoot stage from the East. Mr. Scott has rented the dwelling house of L. Young, and he and his wife will at once go to keeping house. The arrival of a man’s family is always welcome, but doubly so in a mining town, where ladies are nevjr too plenty, and it looks as though parties meant to remain. The Wnurierer Returned. Judge W. H. Davenport, after an ab sence of seven weeks from home, returned to the Base Range Monday night. He represented the Knights of Pythias and the Odd Fellows of Nevada in the Grand Lodges of the United States, held respect ively at Detroit and Baltimore. Tho Judge gives glowing accounts of the growth and prosperity of tho country back East. Towns that we usually think of out bore as small places and oi little note, lie says have grown within the last ten or twelve years to be great and splendid cities, pos sessing all the modern improvements that are met with in metropolitan centers. Still, he says that he felt, after witnessing all this wealth and splendor, that truly there is no place like home. A stranger back there has no more show than the proverbial cat in hades. He would have to serve an apprenticeship and have his nose worn to tho bone before he could learu to compete with our Eastern breth ren. Tho Judge looks better than we have ever seen him looking before. He is freshened for the fight, aud wo would not be surprised to see him start out in a few days to hunt up George W. Morrill. Some lull Snenrlnif. The Panaca correspondent of the Pioche Record says: During the preliminary ex amination into the killing of Ed. Coffey by Lew Carpenter, there has been some of the coldest-blooded swearing doue that has ever disgraced a tribunal of Justice in auy part of the country. We are no friend of the prisoner Carpenter; but when a wit ness fur the prosecution gets up aud delib erately swears that he saw the whole of the affair at a distance of thirty feet from the parties who were shooting, even to the hearing of the click of the pistols, and this when the night was bo dark that a person was unrecognizable a few paces off, we are inclined to pity the unfortunate whoso life is at the mercy of such unprincipled fel lows. The object of this was to try and gain the good will of us Pan&oans, who arc, with but few exceptions, the friends of tho poor deceased, who was put up to play [ tho “bully" by those who cared nothing for him. .. For l.Kdle* Only. The attention of the ladle, of Eureka, aud all the ouuntry arouud, 1, called to the advertisement of M. J. FrankliutV Co., which appear, in the Sentinel thi, morn ing. They are in daily receipt of every thing modern and stylish in ttie way of personal apparel with which to render the female form all tho more captivating and diviue. The list of their new and rare good, ia too long for the patience of the masculine miud, aud wo relegate it to the ladle,, passementeries, plushes (not bluet.es) sml all. Thi, i, a rare oppor tunity to get within the next few days sny of the tiling, that they advertise fresh from tho latest styles in San Francisoo and ths Eastern markets. Price, reduced to uooord with the times. —- — -♦ - Wasiew Republic.! Nominees. The Washoe iiepuhlioau Convention, which met at Ueuo Saturday, nominated P. N Marker for Senator; U. D. Fiali, C. 8. Variauaud W.E. Price for the Assem bly; W. F. Emmet for Sheriff, P. B. Comstock for Clerk, T. F.Laycock for Re oordor, J. F. Alexander for County Attor ney, S. C. Fogn, and G. W. Sawyer for County Commissioners, Orlando Evans for Assessor, W. R. Jenvey for Superin tendent of Schools, W. H. Dickens for Public Administrator, and W. M. Roard mau for Diatriot JuUga. , m. is. isARTi.frrr. Democratic ramliilalc for Aiifieuor of Diircka i'onntf. M. B. Bartlett is the stongesfc man in the Democratic party of Eureka for the very responsible office of Assessor. The Democratic party might well be charged with suicidal intent had it nominated any but its choicest timber for this office in the present campaign. Mr. Bartlett needs but a word at the hands of the Sentinel. His name is a household word throughout the county. He came to Eureka in 1870. His interests have been identical with those of this community ever tinco. Battling against tho destroying element of tire, the terror of the town, as well as against the impossible to be foreseen reverses incident to mining ventures, he has lost often and heavily, but he is still on the surface and stands in the front rank of our substan tial business citizens. His family are here, and, to use tho words applied to a Republican candidate, he is “attached to the soil by brick aud mortar.” His property is all horo to stay, and be will stay with it. Starting life as a carpenter and builder lie tried bis for tunes on Pike’s Peak wben a very young man. Since ’02 he has been a sage-brusher, experiencing the ups and downs of life on tho Comstock and afterwards in Austin during the flush days of that famous camp, and still later, as mentioned, in Eureka. His business lias been varied and always extensive. He possesses the qualifications for Assessor that commend him for that office. Ho knows thoroughly its require ments, and is competent to meet them fully. Ho is familiar with tho affairs of tho county as a heavy taxpayer, and lie would discharge the duties of Assessor skilfully as an affair of business in which ho is personally anti largely interested. Withal, he is an honorable gentleman. Altogether, there is no man in the county with superior recommendations . for the place. JUSTICE COURT. Philanthropy Ver*ii*» n Wealthy, Crushing:, Soulless Corporation. About the best developed instance of disinterested philanthropy which has been exhibited on the Base Range for a very long time past is now on exhibition in Judge Harmon’s Court in this place, in the case of the People vs. W. J. G'rabb and Win. Quick, who are on examination before Justice Harmon on the charge of grand larceny, preferred by the Su perintendent of the Albion Consolidated Mining Company, for stealing ore from the mine of that company. The People and the Aibion Company are represented by lion. Geo. W. B iker. The defendants’ counsel consist of Hon. Thomas Wren. B. M. Beatty and A. E. Cheney. The first named gentleman is the counsel and at torney of the Albion Company. The last three gentlemen, who are counsel for the defendants, are the counsel and attorneys for the Richmond Mining Company of Ne vada, and the first named of the three is the President of that corporation. The defendants are what are known as tribut ers of that company, and can only work in the mine with the consent and ap proval of its officers. All the ore extract ed by these tributers, so long as it comes-up the Richmond shaft, of course, goes direct to its furnaces, and the company, of course, reaps a profit from it, whether it comes from its own mine or from the mining ground of its neighbors on either side. The Superintendent of the Albion | Company, before proceeding to tako ex- j treme measures against the defendants, | had an interview with Mr. Probert, the j Manager of the Richmond Company, who I indignantly disclaimed having any knowl edge of any charges being made against any of the tributers in the Richmond mine, and urged upon the Albion Super intendent the propriety and necessity of prosecuting these men who had been caugbt in the very act on the Albion ground by Mr. Williams, the Foreman of that company. Yesterday, when the hear ing commenced, we were not a little sur prised to see the great philanthropist of the Base Range and President of the Rich mond Company at the head of the array of counsel for defendants. We are in formed that this gentleman states he occupies this position without remuneration of any kind, simply because he does not liko to see such a wealthy, strong and grasping corpora tion as the Albion try to punish a*couple of poor men who were trying to make an ! honest living by taking ore from the Al bion mine through the Richmond mine to the Richmoud furnaces, and, as he ex pressed himself yesterday in his great zeal on behalf of these men, he would show be fore this trial was over that there was law for the poor as well as the rich. We won der if this great philanthropist of the Base Range would occupy the same position if some tributers from the Eureka or Albion were caught in the Richmond mine taking ore from it. It appears to us that as there is considerable political demagogism afloat about this time, some of it may possibly have crept into this case. We shall watch with interest the course and doings of this great and newly-discovered philanthropist in this case, and report the same from time to time for the benefit of our Democratic readers. __ A Pumpkin. The metropolitan press will smile at thin bucolio mention, but regardless of their airs we are bound to acknowledge the receipt of a pumpkin. It is from Duckwater, and in the language of the parlor and the streets, it is a daisy. Farm er J. W. Simpson had a tussle to get it to this sanctum, for the memory of New England pies made a half dozen descen dants of the May Flower pioneers wild in their efforts to snatch the yellow beauty from his arms. Yesterday it was the ad miration of all politicians and otherwise; to-morrow a part of it will have undergone great chemical changes. It will by that time have sweetened the air of the kitchen, and have done much towards a wholesome bridging of the “bloody chasm." If there is anything that will make the lino estab lished by Mason and Dixon & myth it is a good thick, pumpkin pie. Kome Kig RniftCN. The Board of Equalization of Storey County met Saturday, says the Enter prise, and going into Committee of the Whole made the following report: Iu the case of T. R. MoGuru the assessment on his personal property was raised $0,500. The assessment of the personal property of J. M. Douglass was raised $35,000. The assessment on the personal property of J. C. Hampton was raised $13,005. The re port oi the committee was adopted. In the cases of Douglass aud Hampton the raises were made upon mortgages which they had forgotten to put in. In the case of McGurn the raise was on money loaned on mining stocks. It would seem that a long purse begets a short memory. Goodwiu's Usturu to Zion. Ogden Pilot: Judge C. 0. Goodwin of the Salt Lako Tribune came in from Den ver last evening, after having speut a few days in that city. The Judge went on as far as the Denver Junction with a party of Now York capitalists, who had been out hero on business, and who were so at tracted by the solid information and know ledge of the country displayed by him that they offered him strong induce ments to go to New York with them, an offer which Judge Goodwin’s engagements obliged him to decline. l'HHNlUg IIIII lion. The following bullion was shipped by Wells, Fargo A Co. this morning: 3 bars, valued at $5,885. -+-. The Weekly Sentinel is a good paper to send to your friends in the East aud in Europe. PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. [SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.] California 1’ollticM. San Fbancisco, Oct. 3.—The Demo cratic County Convention of Alameda met to-day in Oakland and made the following nomination*: Statu Senators, Israel Law ton and M. W. Dixon; Members of the Assembly, W. 8. Waggoner, Daniel In man, J. P. Woudorlich; Judge of the Su perior Court, A. M. Roseborough; Sheriff, Charles McCleverty; District Attorney, R. A. Redman; County Clerk and Auditor, T. A. Alien; Recorder, Phillip Monroe; Public Administrator, E. L. Cortage;.Sur veyor, Alexander Laidlaw; Superintendent of Schools, T. O. Crawford; Coroner, H. B. McAvoy. The Republican County Committee Con vention reconvened this evening and re nominated all the present members of the Board of Education. Halo RA and J. N. E. Wilson were nominated for Police Judges of Court Nos. 1 and 2. Tho Con vention adjourned until to-morrow even ing. Tho Ward Club Presidents’ Convention made the following nominations to-niglit: Sheriff, Hiram T. Gray; Assessor, James M. King; Tax Collector, H. N. Rosecrans; Treasurer, J. A. Bower; County Clerk, J. Q. Adams; Superintendent of Streets, C. S. Buggies; District Attorney, W. H. Hart. Tho Convention adjourned until to-morrow night. The Fair anil Knees at Iteno. Reno, Oct. 3.—Tho Fair opens well. The pavilion is well filled, showing an ad vance over former years in many respects. At tho track there is ranch stock. The first race to-day was a walk-over for the Duke of Monday. Tho second was a three quarter-milo dash between Clara W and Bouan. Clara W '.vas announced from the stand as lame,, but she won in 1:234. In the next Fred. Collin and Red Boy ran a dead heat in 2:424. In tho mile and a half dash Red Boy won the next heat. Time, 2:45. Queen, Silver Tail and Crabb trotted a mile and repeat. Queen won in 2:44 and 2:424. me iieimricn a Hausen lobmm. San Francisco, Oct. 3.—The losses to outside parties, resulting from the wheat speculating transactions of Helmrich & Hausen, are more serious than first re ported. At the present time only an ap proximate estimate of their liabilities can bo made, but Hausen, who was the daring speculator of the firm, lias told several bank managers that the amount is between $175,000 and $225,000. The ft to I’m at Nan Francisco. San Francisco, Oct. 3.—The storm on the bay was quite severe last night. The grain barge Commerce, with 6,000 sacks of wheat on board, belonging to Ranaome & Co,, capsized off the seawall. The cargo is a total Joss. The Light ship, anchored near the sunken steamer Escambia on the bar, was forced by the stress of weather to ship her moorings and seek refugo inside. It is raining to-day, and the wind is fresh from the south. The Storm at Stockton. Stockton (Cal.), Oct. 3.—The heaviest storm ever known in this section, at this time of the year, commenced this morning about 2 o'clock and continued with but little interruption until 3 p. m. Trees were blown down and several buildings in the country damaged. Considerable dam age was done to grain. The State Grange met to-dav and effect ed an organization. About 100 represen tatives were present. l ittinishiMl Races at Sail Jose. San Jose, Oct. 3.—The unfinished and postponed race of the fair came off this afternoon. The unfinished race between Starr King and Cairo was won in two heats by Starr King. Time, 2:25H and 2:37ty. The following trotting race be tween Vanderlyn and Albert W, two miles and repeat, was won by Albert W. Time, 5:05^4 and 4:55, Killed by a Fall. San Francisco, Oct. 3.—Timothy Cal laghan, a painter, was killed this morning by falling through the hatchway of the steamer Oregon into the hold. Navajo**) HI vldeiBil. San Francisco, Oct. 3.—Navajo declare* a dividend of twenty-five cents. OVER THE WATER. A Banquet to British Officers—Two Courts Constituted to Try Arab! Paulin--His Trial Coiuiueiiced. [aPKCIAL TO THE HKNTINKL. I Cairo, Oct. 3.—Tho Khedive gave a banquet last night to* the British officers. Two courts will be constituted to try Arsbi Pasha and the other rebel leaders, olio a court of first instance and the other a special tribunal to deliver judgment. A private examination of Arubi Pasha was held yesterday. His regular trial begins to-day. TIVOLI VARIETIES. PeVERE SISTERS.Proprietors LEW WOOD.Stage Manager PROF. M PETERS.Musical Director Wc are Still at the Top of tie Ladder. Don’t fail to see our new bill this week. Everything New I Nothing Old! Special Engagement of Mr. Low "W ood Hebrew Impersonator, Vocalist and Come* iliau, lu conjunction with our st i dard company. GENEVIEVE DsVKKE. LENA DxVEltE, TOM MOONF.Y, Pros'. M. PETERS. We continue to give an entertainment un surpassed by any ever giveu iu any Variety Hall in Eureka. Come and Judge for yourself. AIMIISNION.FKEE Administrators’ Sale. npHE PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE MAT 1 thewaou Smelting Works, consisting of one ‘25-h rae p»wer Engine, Duller, Blower,etc,, situated at Hamilton, Nevada. also, The Caroline Mine, lying on the west side of White Hue Mountain, about three miles from Hamilton. Title—U.H Patent. The above property must be sold to close the estate of J T M atthVwsou. deceased It nut sold «t private sale prior tu SATUR DAY, OCT. TWENTY-EIGHT, all of the above will be sola to the highest bidder, for cash, on that day, at 1 o’clock, iu front of the Court house in Hamilton, White Pine County, Nev. P. EVERTH, J. A ^ATHEWHON, Executors of the Estate of J. T. Matthewson, deceased. __oltt* Lost—$60 Reward. LOST—In the neighborhood of Mineral Hill, one mare mule, branded JH on the right s de, just behind the ahoulder Also, one duu-'-ol ored mule, forelegs a little crooked; branded the same as the first ment'oued animal. A reward of WO will be P»ld for th- return of trie males by Msgglm l lire.., st their plane of bd'-lne,. oo North al.l.i, r«*_t. Knreka. Nov.. »«l>t Id. »•»>• _se.Flia MILLINER!! Mrs. A. Christopher HaS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT As sortment of r*ill Milllii«*ry Woods, consisting of trimmed and uutrimmed hat* and bonnkis, Aud the Latest Novelties lu FANCY GOODS. Ladies will plesss call sad examine. it2Rf Wine*, Liquors and Cigars. The wholesale and retail liquor house of Tonkin & Co. have just received and are now offering to this market the largest and most complete stock of foreign and domestic liquors and cigars ever intro duced on the Base Range. Their whiskies are par excellence, being direct from the Kentucky distilleries, including the cele brated Robertson County (Tenn.) Sour Mash. They have also introduced Falk’s celebrated Milwaukee beer,with which they are now prepared to serve tbeir customers. Prices to correspond with the times. # Something New. Messrs. Singleton & McNicol are just in receipt of some choice Winter drinks which have never before been introduced in this market. Following are some of the brands: Peach and Honey, Rock Candy and Rye, Rock Candy and Kuemmel, Rhu barb Rock and Rye, Royal Pan and Geneva Gins. Also, a very superior article of Irish Whisky. These liquors cannot be surpassed anywhere. Drop in and ask “Don” to show you samples. * PloANant Rooms. Mrs. Minna Kasten has thrown open to her friends and the public a tine reading room in which refreshments will be served. She has, also, a number of nice suits of rooms, single aud double, for rent at mod erate rates. She solicits a share of the public patronage. * JiiMt Received. 5,000 pounds Clough’s hams and bacon, very choice; fine soups, canned brook trout, spiced mackerel and sardines, pickles and sauces. Young America and other fancy cheeses, just received at P. N. Han sen’s fancy grocery store. * -- •I ii mi 0|»eiae«l. A grand assortment of Fall and Winter millinery, which will be sold, very cheap, for cash only, at Madame Loryea’s new store, next door south of Haskell’s furni ture store. * Fresh Oysters. The Jackaon House Restaurant is in daily receipt of fino fresh Saddle Rock oystors. # 111*11 rn ure. A. D. Haskell will place your insurance in the best English, French, or American companies. * ♦-■ Win. H. Slow ell* Assayer, No. 3 Main stroet, Eureka. * - Ice Cream at Brown & Godfrey’s con fectionery store at all hours for the season. Families supplied. * EIGHTH ANNUAL BALL ....OF THE.... Bit II liners’ lion, TO BE HELD ON Monday, Oct. 16, ....AT.,.. Miners’ Union Hall Committee or Arriiiiffementa i Thos. Barnes, 0. Curnow, George W. Travers. Thos. H. Pearce, John T. Richards. Committee of luvltwtjoiis RUBY HILL, Joseph Bice, Bam. Lungloy, M. R. Lyons, John McWilliams, John Masterson, Simon Uren, Wm. Bryaut, James Kyle, W. L. Marsden, S. Longabougb, Chas. II. Fasaett, Thos. Worry, Joel Bawden, Wm. Stinson, E. T. Trofatter, 0. M Mlkel, John E. Jones, Wm. Doolln, J.W. Lambert, Wm. Slattery, F. J. Mette, Jamt-s Stephens, George W. Travers, Ed. Berryman, James Rowe, James Sweeney, George J. Reek, Thos. Pedlar, D. J. J. McLaughlin, H.J.Pearn, Johu H. Davey, Joseph Seuey, M. Kearney, Dennis O'Shea, EUREKA, George W. Cassidy, M. D. Foley, E. N. Robinson, H. Rives, R. Sadler, John Torre, C. 0. Wallace, J. E. Anderson, W. W. Bishop, Thos. Wren, George W. Baker, P. N. Hausen, M. Kyle, L. Mollnelli, C. J. R. Buttlar, James W. Smith, R. M. Beatty, J. T. Baker, W. H. Sweeney, D. R. Sessions, A. bklllmau, A. E. Kaye, Reception Committee! James Tickle, Hugh Muldoon, J. W. Riohard*, Georgs Mullins, Patrick Stan tun, Floor Uauagers: Wm. Hooper, John Curran, Ben. Curry, John R. Morrison, Thos. Barrows. Floor Directors Henry Ratcliffe C. PllEVOBT.. .Proprietor GEORGE ELSTON.Htage Manager PROF. PLUMHOFF.Mueioal Director | To-Night anil UntTFarther Notice. Engagement of ««• FREDERICK RITCHIE The most original German Comedian and bpecialty Performer on the American Btage. Engagement of the Great MISS CARRIE DELMAR Op.r.tlo, Ballad and Oomlo Singer. GEORGE ELSTON. Comedian, etc. Ml«* Zoe Boll, .Ballad ginger, .to. Danny Mann, Irish Comedian. FRESH TALENT^TO ARRIVE. WAHTBD. I F T E E N GOOD TIMBERMEN AND 1 Wi’Od-eUoppera are wanted by the > uuder •Igned Apply tg ,0wtLi! ieWhlw "*• *rrwA» MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. New Goods. New Outfit. Prices Reduced on Everything! - -o We have removed to the New Brick Building: on the site of the old Post office. We are now able to sell all kinds of DRY AND FANSY SOODS! At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Call and Examine our New Stock, and see if we are not seiiing; the Goods at Bed Rock Prices. MAHER & MANION. North Main Street, Eureka, May 2, 1882. rniltf OUR GKE&ELA/F Annual Clearance Sale! MORRIS <Sc LEVY, IMPORTERS ANO DEALERS IF. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Main Street, Enrolia, Issue their Sweeping Annual Clearance Sale. 111V El It BEAI FITIJE STOCK. TilE 4 ftM I It \TIOX OF TIILHi E4I>T . friends and tlie general public of Eureka and vicinity, is hereby offered at immense reduction In prices. There is no SPECIAL lot of goods—ALL GO to make room for the immense Fall and Win ter stock with which we contemplate astonishing the g-U' ral public this Fall. Our strictly honest aud honorable dealing while here has given t ■ ns by a constant influx of new customers the right to return our thanks in a substantial way. This we n.,w purpose doing, and we assure the people of Eureka and vicinity that this sale mu t and shall be pushed forward at prices unheard of before. We also insure polite and careful attendance. Our TERMS are STRICTLY CASH. £7"Be Sure aud Call Early anil tiet Flrvt Choice. MORRIS & LEVY. Eureka, Aug. 14, 1882. aulotf THE CREDITORS’ SALE IS STILL BOOMING AT J. COHN’S. Remember, it is compulsory, for we have but a few days mobe to raise the indebtedness of the firm, and all goods that remaiu on and after Oct. 10 we will be compelled to sell at Public Auction. Do not wait, but call and reap the benefit of the low prices. You csn buy just as cheap private of ua aa at Auction, and get thoroughly suited. MEN’S WINTER SUITS At $10, $11, $12, $13, $14 «£ $15. Overcoats at $8, $9, S10, S t 1 and S12 Formei Price 40 per cent Above. Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,Valises, etc., -<9Lt Greatly Reduced. Prices. We have inaugurated a new system of convincing the public as regards prices Yrou will find all goods marked in plain figures on attractive cards in our grand display In front of the Store. Do not fail to examine our Stock and Prices. Truly Y'ours. COIYJIVIITTEE OF CREDITORS OF J. COHN. tT'Makn no mistake as to the place. Y’ou will see the large sign with the inscription of CREDITORS' SALE. seQltf D. NATHAN, THE LEADING BLOTTER. Bazar Clothing Store! FACTS! FACTS] FACTS! Ibore uover wm a time wheu It was more to your Interest to buy CLOTHING! Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods At my store then now. X have an lnnuftnee stock of Elegant and Bervi stable Fail and Winter Goods for Boys', Youths' and Children's wear Trunk* Mad Valise*, Blsavet*. Quilt*, ett.. which I offer at Prices Unapproaoliatoly Low. Please Call and See. D. NATHAN, Proprietor. Eureka, Oct. 1, 1883. oltf ROSENBAUMS Celebrat ed La Traviata Cigars. Unexcelled by any Manufactured! FOR SALE RY Singleton & IVIcTsTi col, SOLE AGENTS, Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dealers, South Main Street, Eureka.