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iguteka Dailu Sentinel.
TDE3DAT . DECEMBER S, 1882 TUB WHISKY BEYESYf.. A powerful effort will be m*de to secure the abolition of the tax on whisby in the proposed repeal of the Internal Revenue laws. Even such an influential j organization as the Woman's National > Christian Temperance I nion, composed of ladies in high standing from all sec- | tious of the East, recently in convention at Louisville, Kentucky, declared un equivocally in favor of such a step. Among the resolutions adopted by the convention was the following: “Tenth—The Woman's National Tem ifranco Union desires to express i;.s earnest sympathy with the movement favoring the total' abolition ot the Inter nal Revenue taxes on all alcoholic bever ages’ll present collected by the National Government, as we believe that the tax ation of this business is wrong in princi ple, an outrage on the moral seutiment of the country, a quasi indorsement of a pernicious traffic, a legalizing, so far as the National Government cun, of a busi ness that is the source of most of our j crime and poverty, and a great hind rance m the way of the removal of the traffic and its attendant evils out of the land. We further believe that this revenue is not needed by the Govern ment, and that the large surplus that it brings i:.ro the Treasury is a standing menace to honesty, and a fruitful source of. if not a positive iuvitatiou to, cor ruption. For these reasons we earnestly urge the abolition of these taxes, and we invite the co-operation of all classes to this end. It is hereby ordered that a copy of the above, properly signed bv t e President an 1 Secretary of the Con vention, be forwarded to t ongress, and that copies be furnished organizations in the country interested, with a request that they co-operate with us in this WHERE ARE'. THE YANKEE GIRLS? In one of the latest bulletins of the Census Bureau Edward Atkinson says, in au article on the specific cotton man ufactures of the country: “I find, by comparison of the actual accounts of leading factories which have been sub mitted to me. that in the period which has elapsed since 1S40, when nearly all the operatives of New England were of American birth—mostly daughters of farmers—the following changes have occurred: Most of the operatives are now of foreign birth, notably French Canadians, who form a thrifty and pro gressive element of our population as the children become educated in the schools. In connection with this same subject Mr. Atkinson remarks that the mills are now better lighted and ventilated than ever before, the hours of labor less and the “condition of the work less ardu ous. ’’ This disappearance of the young women of New England from the cotton factories is a curious economic fact. Freneh-Car.adian girls have taken their places: but where are the \ ankee girls ? Evidently they have sought, and suc cessfully, a higher and a more remunera tive field of labor. In the last 20 years thousands of new industries have sprung up, demanding a high degree of intelli gence and skill. The Yankee girl evi dently has “eroluted” into these new departments of industry, leaving to the French-Canadian girl a monopoly of the field she formerly occupied. Mr. Atkin son philosophically observes: “Each de cade offers its own problem and each generation shapes its own condition; therefore, unless he who considers statis tics can observe what is recorded be tween the lines, although unwritten, he may deceive himself and mislead Others." WHEAT AMERICA* DESERT. The newspaper reader has not yet turned thinty-.y^ara who can remember when the map in hia school geography had the words “Great American Des ert" printed across all the unknown space between the then Territory of Kan sas and the Rocky Mountains. If one of the old geography makers is alive to day. he would rub his eyes in astonish ment to get hold of a daily newspaper published in Denver, a city of 50,000 in habitants, and read columns of inter views with architects as to whether the new Capitol of the State of Colorado should be built, as one expresses it, “in the style of the French Renaissance,” or, as another thinks, “like the Louvre of Paris," or, as a third prefers, “after the school of the English Renaissance,” or, “rigidly classic,” or, “purely American,” as others suggest. Great American Des ert, indeed!_ SCARCITY OF MATERIAL. The early declination of Blaine and Logan to be candidates, and the apparent scarcity of willing material in the party, have stirred up many of our Democratic i contemporaries to the benevolent work of ; makinga Presidential ticket for the Repub licans. The Reading Xews has the fol lowing: “For President, Schuyler Col fax? for Vice President, Stephen W, Dorsey. This would rally the Sunday schools and Christian statesmen, and i make the Government subsidy and Star j Route jobbers solid for the candidates. ” j Dorsey cannot be spared. He will be j needed again at the head of the Xu tional Committee to distribute soap and carry Indiana. Oliver Ames, Lieuten ant Governor-elect of Massachusetts, is the man for the tail of that ticket. Col fax and Ames would make a ticket with a ring to it. _ MO FEAR OF IIIS PERSOM. Recent telegrams from St. Petersburg have represented the Emperor as riding about in apparent unconcern, reposing full confidence in the loyalty of Ins sub jects, and having no fear for “che safety j of his august person.” A St. Petersburg dispatch to the London Times, however, destroys this beautiful illusion and shows the Emperor as the same terror-stricken, horror-haunted victim of well-grounded fears that we have been so long aecus tomed to read about. The dispatch says that the late visit ot the Emperor and Empress to St. Petersburg was attended with every precaution. Police were posted at every six yards, artillery was massed at the corner of each street and soldiers were drawn up by their barracks. [ TELEGRAPHIC.; The Assembling of Con gress. INTERCHANGE OF FRIENDLY GREETINGS. Grant's Letter Vindicating Fitz John Porter. MAHONE AND RID3LE3ERGE3 SAY GORHAM MUST BE RENOMINATED. Clayton McMichael Appointed Marshal. [SPECIAL to thf. SENTINEL. 1 Washington, Dee. 4.—In consequence of an un rescinded order last session, fixing 11 a. m as the hour of daily assem bling the House, the second session of that body was to-day opened by the Speaker at that hour. The galleries were comfortably filled, and on the floor a bustling throng of members were engaged in friendly greetings and an exeliauge of jocular remarks in reference to the recent elections. The appearance of the chamber is not changed, the same dingy carpet covering the floor. A thorough revaruish iugof the desks tends to make the hall look blighter. The desk occupied during the last session by the late Updegraff of Ohio is tastefully draped in black and orna mented with flowers. In the morning prayer the Chaplain alluded to the death of Lowe and Updegraff, and gave thanks that the oth^r members were preserved during the recess in health and prosperity. The Speaker then formally declared the session open, and the Clerk proceeded to call the roll. At 2:02 p. m. the members present and the new members were sworn in. Calkins presented a memorial against swearing in Shelby. Referred. Moulton presented the credentials of Caine, claiming to be a delegate from Utah. The President was informed that the House was ready for business. The Speaker presented the report of the Tariff Commission. The Senate met after prayer. The Piesident was notified that the Sen ate was ready for business. Hale introduced a bill to increase the number of judges in the Alabama Claims Commission to five. YTASHi>vrox, Dec. 4.—A letter from General Grant to Senator Cameron, on the case of Fitz-Johu Porter, dated Feb. 4, 1332, was made public yesterday. The re cent magazine article of Grant on the same subject presented all the statements made in this latest contribution to the literature of the case. The letter closes as follows: “I commenced the reading of this case with the conviction that General Porter had been guilty as found by the Court, but came out from my investiga tions with a thorough conviction that 1 and the public generally had done him a fearful injustice, and I am entirely satis tied that any intelligent man or lawyer, who will throw aside prejudice, and exam ine the case as I have, will come to the same conclusion. As stated in my letter to the President, I feel it incumbent on me, in view of the positions I have held heretofore, and my failure to do then what I now wish I had done—to do all in my power to place General Porter right ! before the public and in future history, and to repair my own unintentional iu i justice. I address this letter to you know ing you will have a desire to do just what ! your judgment dictates as being right in the matter, and that you will state to whomsoever may seem to you proper and | necessary my present convictions in the I case.*' Secretary of die Senate. New York, Dec. 4.—A Times Washing ton special says that a quiet canvass has beer, made by prominent Senators in sup : port of Colonel Hooker, now Serger.nt-at Arms of the House, as a candidate for the , i.ffioe of Secretary of the Senate, and that ■ there are indications that a majority of : the Republican Senators will vote for him in caucus next Spring. It is said that those who have been active in this move ment are convinced that it won’t do to i place Gorham in that office. Preparatory for a Mill. Chicago, Dec. 4.—Charles E. Davis, of sporting events, yesterday deposited $230 with M Donald, as a forfeit in the match for $2,000 a side which Davis is anxious to make between James Elliot and Tom Allen. The latter and his backers are now in New York, and the money up by Davis ha* been left with a view of having the Allen party send a representative here to submit article* of agreement and ar range the preliminaries for a fight. A Haim of Desperadoes •cMtlfred. Dallas Tex.), Dec. 4.—A gang of des peradoes Lave Leon stealing cattle and committing depredations in the neighbor hood of Comaucho for some time past. One was caught and hanged near Cleman. Another was captured at I.eip Springs and strung up. Word comes that two more outlaw * named Terry were taken from the officer? Friday night at H&jeldell. and left dangling to a tree. It is believed the lynching* ha\u broken Ln« *,ang up. hictatiii* to the Republicans. New York. Dec. 4.—The World’s Wash ington special says: Mahone and Riddle* fcergor have served notice ou the Republi cans in the Benate that they propose to dictate who shall hold the Senate office* after March a. Gorham must ho renomi nated. they say, for ieoretary of the Ben* ate. Appointment of a Marshal. Washington, Deo. 4.—The President has appointed Clayton Me Michael of Phil* a lalphia f ulled States Marshal of the Dis trict of Columbia MoMichael is editor and proprietor of the Philadelphia North American. Blown Out to Sea. New Orleans, Dec. 4.--George Burke, Peter Martin and Henry Wright, pilots, were blown out to sea in an open boat from Port Eads on Wednesday, and have not been heard of since. OVER THE WATER. Arab! Pa*>tia Beuteuesu to Death— : The Khedive Commuted Ilia f»«u. tenee to Exile for l ife—opening of the Court* of Justice iu Lou- j (loa-An Attempt to A**a«iiuat« the BtilUn- Osrviich Pasha to he Executed. Sr&CIAE TO THJt BSSr*XSA..j Cairo. Dec. 4. Arab. Pasha yesterday j suoroiog plea (ltd guilty to a charge of re- , -.eliian, and in the afternoon tha Court-I nartial assembled and pronounced a sen eiice of death. The fc-hedive commuted j he sentence to exile for life, it is kslioveu hat Arabi will retire to some part of the British Dominions. His demeanor before he Court was very dignified. London. Dec. 4.—The Queen opened the lew Courts of Justice in London to-day I j nth imposing ceremonies. L Constantinople, Dec. 4.—The Sultan | did not attend the mosque Friday, and it has transpired that an attempt to assas sinate him was contemplated. The Sultan i* completely terror stricken, and hardly dares to show himself outside of the harem. Derviscb Fasba will be executed. PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. [SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL. | stopped-rwo I’asNenjfers Murdered—Bloody Work Antici pated. San Francisco, Dec. 4.— A Lordsbury ^N. M.) dispatch says: Last night the south bound coach was stopped by two Mexicaus near Yarn’s ranch. The robbers took the mail sack from the driver unmo lested. They then disarmed the driver and ordered the two passengers to get out of the coach. After taking from them everything of value, the robbers then foully murdered them, leaving the bodies of the victims lying ou the roadside. There is a secret organization in Clifton and the surrounding country to clear out the Chinese employed by the Arizona Cop per Mining Co., and bloody work is antici pated at any time. Arresl of J. II. Wildy. WiNNEMtccA. Dec. 4.—Y’esierday, near Carlin, J. IT. Wildy, resident engineer of the Central Pacific Railroad, while hunt ing, shot and killed Thomas Dwyer, a rancher on Maggie Creek. Wildy was arrested and taken to Elko, where he is to be examined to-day. Assessment of Noonday. San Francisco, Dec. 4.—Noonday has levied an assessment of $1 per share. It does not seem to be definitely under stood that the bustle is not intended to be wurn with the scant skirt, aud. in conse quence. a number of fearfully aud won derfully made young women are j'een waddling along the streets of metropolitan cities. Very long kid mits, without fingers, enable the female members of the Purse proud family to exhibit their rings in pub lic. and it is evident that they intend mak ing the most of a fashion that can have but a short reign among ladies of refine ment. A fashion journal says “checks are now in style.” Not by the looks cf our sub scription lists. NEW TO-DAY. Hay For Sale. Maggini brothers offer for sale e.ime of the best Hay there .s in the coun try, either by the ton or bale. Apply to their place of business, North Main street, Eureka. d5-lm Hooks & Knicks, Attention! The regular monthly meeting of Eureka Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1. and Knickerbocker Hose Co. No. 2, will be b**ld at their H«»so House THIS (Tuesday) EVENING at 7:30 o’clock. R. SADLER. President. T. S. DOUGLAS, Foreman. Walter S. Long, Secretary. d5-lt Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock holders *f the Emmet Con. Minina Com pany. for the election of a Board of Directors to servo for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may be pr sented. will be held at the office of‘the company. Room 4, No. 401 California street. San Francisco, California, on TUESDAY, the NINETEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1882, at the hour of 12 o’clock noon. DWID A. JENNINGS, Secretary. San Francisco, Nov. 27,1882. d5td Social Notice. MRS. M. P. MURPHY INTENDS GIVING A SOCIAL PARTY AT HER PLACE IN New Town, Ruby Hill, ....ON. .. Thursday Ev’g, Dec. 7, '82. A Conerai Invitation is Extended A R&ffi6 of a fine set of Jewelry will also come off on said occasion. Those holding rhances will do well to attend said raffle. c30td MRS. M. P. MURPHT. J. B. LANGSTROFF, Morchartt Tailor! Two doors North of the Western Onion Telegraph Office, North Main Street, * Eureka Has just received and keeps con stantly on hand a new and well selected stock of the 1st* at patterns of FOREIGN SSQ DOMESTIC GOODS, Whtca bttWtU make r.p in the latest styles, and at prices io wiili the times. Alteration and repairing will be promptly attended to. «. Eureka, September 20,1860. »2l-tf NOTICE ^jONYKRSiON OF WATCHES, EITHER IN Their BscApemtuti or io their Wiutliug- ArraugeiueuUt Dona as hitherto, at reasonable charges. Satlttfaction gnarauiced or money refon tlecl. ED. WILHELM. Etireka, March 1,1662. cah2tf NOTIOS C1 M MIR EL, ONE OF THE UNDER. - • signed, having sold ail his interest in his Ptort* at Ruby HUl to Thomas Trainer and il Muller, the ether two undersigned, notiae ii hereby given to all Wb ... It n ay concern, that HEN it Y KIND ie authorised to receive avd receipt for all moneys due to ua. or any one of ua. by reason of the business connected with said store. 0. M MIKEL, H MULLER. THOMAS TRAINER. Eureka Xev., Nov. 23, 1882. n24-lru NOTICE. ~ \|rE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE TO ALL y\ whom it muy concern that from and after this date we are responsible for all debts and credits of the firm of Gaspara, Biggin i Co., and from this date will not pay any debts contracted by Gaspara Bivglo without our order or signature All bills due Gatparo Bigglo A Co. are payable to John Qkirardelll ind A. BiggJo. All bills payable in Eureka, Nevada. Eureka. Nov. 13. 1882._ nUdm SHERIFF’S NOTICE. NrOTlCE 13 HEREBY GIVES THAT I have Taps prepared for a':l dogs in this own. All dogs found without a tag will be mpounded MATTHEW KYLE, BherifJ. Eureka. Nov. 16,1282 • nlt>-lm WANTED7 BY A YOUNG SWEDISH WOMAN, A BIT nation as chambermaid or to do general lousework; first-class references Please ad iress PETBONELLA CARLSON. niS-iw Palisade, Nevada. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.___ THE LEADINGr Jewelry Establishment IIV EUREK-A. A Magnificent Stools, of Fine Jewelry and Silverware, Suitable for Holiday Presents. 9 The well known JEWELER, has JUST RETURNED FROM SAN FRANCISCO with a nsw and elegant at* ck of fine Jewelry^-larger and finer than ever brought into Eastern Nevada, consisting in part of a very fine assortment of Diamond Sets, Earrings, Pius, Studs, Scarf Pins, Finger Rings and Sleeve Buttons. A large and varied st >ck of Ladlet and Gents’ Gold Watches and Chains, Silver Watches, French and American Clocks cf tbe newest and most exquisite designs; also, a large assortment of Ladies’ Gold Sets and Dangled Bracelets of all kinds and prices. A splendid line of new charms, emb.-Kcir.g many novelties, just out for this season. A large and well selected stock of 9. lid Silverware from the celebrated factory of Schulz A Fischer of San Francisco. Silver-plated ware from the wdl-known ami reliable factori* a of the Gorham, Reed A Barton. Meriden Britania and the Middlelawn Silver plate Companies. Also, a fine stock of Rogers’ ••1847” reliable Spoons, Forks, Knives and Carvers. My stock of Silverware is particularly well suited for the selection of Wedding and Holiday Presents. A fine line of Gold Pens. Pencils and Pen-holders, Spe. tacles, Eye-Glasses and Optical Goods of all kinds. Also, mauy other ua-ful and ornamental articles, too numerous to mention. In fact, I have everything that can be found in any first-class and well-appointed jewelry store. I will sell this beautiful new slock at very low prices to suit these hard times. Please call at my establishment and see my new goods and learn my low prices It is no trouble for me to show you goods. The goods have only to be seen to be appreciated. All the above goods are guaranteed to be of the best quality, and warranted as represented, t/* Special attention i»ai«l to the Kepnli itig of Watches ami Jewelry. All work intrusted to me will be executed with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. I3. STELEH/. Eureka, Dec. 4. 1882. d5tf JUST RECEIVED -A T Schneider’s Drug Store, THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Elegant Fancy Holiday Goods Ever brought to Eureka-lmported direct from Europe which will be sold at prices to suit the times. Purchagora will do well to five me a call before buying elsewhere. You will be pleased both in price and quality of g^ods. Ah the stork must be sol : before the Holidays, no reasonable offer will be refused._d5'lm Santa Claus' Headquarters. M. CAL!SHER Has jrsT received and offers for sale, the largest vnrit ty "f HOLIDAY GOODS! Ever placed before the public in Eureka. To enumerate the many different kinds of goods I have in stock would be impossible. I can therefore only say to the people of Eureka and vicinity, COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES Prices in Keeping with the Times. d3tf TRICKEECONCERT HILL C. PREY08T.Proprietor GEORGE ELSTON.Stage Manager PROF. PLUMHOFF.Musical Director To-Night and Until Further Notice Engagement of the Famous ZANFRETTA SISTERS, Serlo Comic Singers and Fancy Dancers. Engagement of FREDERIC RITCHIE The most original German Comedian and Specialty Performer on the American Stage. Engagement of the Great Contralto, Miss Carrie De Melveme, GEORGS- ELSTON. Comedian, eto. Miss Zoo Stoll, Ballad Sieger, etc. Danny Mann, Irish Comedian. FRESH TALENT TO ARRIVE. SIMMONDS’ Kentucky Nabob BOUBBONWHISKY OF ALL TBS FAMOUS production* of the “Blue Graoa District" thia whisky 1* unexcited in purity and flavor. For family aud medicinal purpose*. “ NABOB " U no* torioua. It i* made from pure barley and wheat spirits, end it* various component parte blended with aclantlflc ao* ctuacy. DRINK NABOB! It la pure, delicious and healthful. W. H. STOWELL, DRKiOIaT, Bole Agent for Eureka. V. S. TS3WBBB3S Sc 50,, Bole Agent* for Tybo. nl44m DELINQUENT TAXES. GOt'fc’iV ACiHi n AKii USCOaCEb’i OeFiCfc.l SoiVUi Star.. Noy II BB9 | Notice ia hereby gives that tbs Dei.nqueut Tax List of Eureka County, ^tat<* of Nevada, for he fiscal tear A. D. 188J, •. Hi ted ith the District At; f said County tnd Slate, und that unless the delinquent taxes therein specified are paid to ■ the Connty Treaanr«-r and ex-Officio Tax Re. elver of said County within twenty (20) days from the date hereof iu tlon will be commenced ■ by the said District Attorney for the collection of Bald taxes and cost*. LAMBERT MOLINELLI, County Auditor, Eureka County, Nevada. | 4 SONS OF THE "EOYA1 ST. JOHN.” A Saint, I come to every home, And by my presence cheery, I banish care, and hardens bear, Of women worn and weary. I ran so light. I look so bright, The ladies dote upon me; No noise I make, no threads I break; Though back and forth you run me. Through every kind of goods I go: Silk, muslin, cloth and leather; Though all machines refuse to sew, Yet I sew on forever. No heads 1 pain, no eyes I strain, To find the way to thread me; No holes have I, save needle’s eye, To make a cause to dread me. I’m cheap and good, and if you should Hut for a moment doubt me. Bo sure you try, and then you’ll buy, And never be without me. I seam, I hem, I fell, I bind, I ruffle, tuck and gather; And all machines I leave behind, While I sew on forever. The RoYAL is really a curiosity to see, and all those interested in sewing machines should not fail to call at W Jf. JOANNES’ SHOE STORE And look at it. jy25tf Look Out for Bargains ...AT„*. 33 33 !R, O- ’ S ! Haying pfbchased at sheriff’s Sale the entire stock of FANCY GROCERIES ! Of D. M. Stelndler k Oo.f at greatly reduced rates, I offer to the public at Ban Francisco cost price the above stock, in order to make room for new goods arriving dally from the Hast and West. Call Early and Secure Bargains m.O.M. BERG’S I BERG’S I Between the Courthouse and Turner House. Eureka, Dec. 27, 1881. d28tf j Brown,Tassel&Co. ... DEALERS IN.... Men's., Boys’, Youths’ Ladies’ MISSES' AND CHILDREN’S Boots,Shoes! Slippers .... AI.nO, ALL ZIKQI Of... . finite Goods, Leather and Findings, East Side of Halo Street, BtfH EISA, N3VADA, Ear..., Match 9. ltd. hlhttf NOTICE. J. SCHILLER HA8 HECKIVED A I-AEQE STOCK OF ..sorted Foreign Qood. in .ample., also the best Domestic Good*, which he offers to ranke up In tue best of styles and warrant 1 every garment a perfect fit. Jew Mils.©, Lh.u« :M5>“muw'wm to «*' 1 at 9CHILI*ER’8 place and be con. rtnc«d-___n2tf CHICAGO SALOON! Main Street, Eureka. ri,« Fitic.i Niu.h or Boca Beer a Specialty, j A fine lunch every day. M. C. KAHTEIY. Eureka, Nov. 10,18M. nlltf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS *Jwst Jteceived -AND DAILY ARRIVING The Fluent anti Mont Fashionable stock or (Wag and Furnishing Goods TO BE FOUND IN EUREKA, AT J. COHN’S, Having just returned from Sau Francisco, where I selected will elal care iny goods for the Holiday Trade, the old Roods having i<l r' sold off during iny late difficulty, I can now place before you a * FRESH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT You can find, horc The Finest French Diagonals, Cassimere, Doeskin XXXXXX Beaver and Scotch Tweed Suits. ' The Latest in Overcoats, Ulsters and Ulsterettes, Fur and Beaver Hats and Caps. ’ The BEST of BOOTS, SHOES, Etc, It will justify yon in cslling before goiug elsewhere, htul I will gusrsntee to satisfy th most fastidious and economical. Truly yours, ‘ 10 Eureka, Nov. 24, 1882. H3NT. __ • n2otf Election is Over ,4 SI> NOW I WILL GIVE THE PEOPLE OF EfRKKA AND THOSE TO WHOM IT w.v V concern a few items of Interest. Fir.t—Not selling off. Second— No baukruiirv m, \ —No insolvency. But I will sell you a stock of fresh 1 ' fsuii CLOTHING! FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC,, A great deal cheaper than you buy them at the grabbers, who have had you long enough in their clutches, and now standing with their hands folded, trying the sel ing-off racket. Don't get humbugged, it is merely a trap to dispose of laying-over stock. My aim was, and still is, to benefit the hard-laboring class, as follows: The Best Patent Overalls, - - - - 75c 6 pairs Shaker Woolen Socks, - - - $1 00 1 Suit Canton Flannel Underwear, - - 1 00 Suits, the very best, from - - $7 50 to 15 00 Overcoats, the very best, from - 7 50 to 12 00 Heavy Chinchilli Sack Coats from - 5 00 to 9 00 White Shirts, the very best, from - 1 00 to 175 Cassimere Coats,extra fine quality, from 5 00 to 6 00 And everything else, too numerous tc m -ntion, in proportion. Call on B. ALEXANDER, Prourietor of the Red House. Eureka, Nov. 20, 1882. “ n?ltt Special Notice! Special Notice! The Bazar Clothing Store! Selling off Regardless of Cost! NO FALSE REPRESENTATIONS! CLOTHING AT AN ACTUAL SACRIFICE! The Following Explains: A* I have matlo arrangements to outer ill another Hue of biWinfW, I ulllt from the 21*t lust., sell my large stock oi Went** Clothing himI iur* nUhiug Good*. Boot* anti Shoes. Blanket.*,.Hat.*, Cap*. Boy* ami Youths’ Cloihlug Uegurtlle** or Cost. This must be a sweeping wile. NO HUMBUG! IMO HUMBUG! AH that I ask l> a call from yon. and you will And «li»l 1 “,,“l ““a will aril my good, rtipapor tliuu you pan Huy IIipui at niieilon l*ri<'<‘‘ luprp, lu Nau Fraupi.ro or at tlip Kaaf, and for «1ip rpaaou abut* tt“u' tionetl. Nocvhsity eompel* me to make a great sacrifice. Fixture*, Looking-glasses, *ud one of the best Safes in F.urok& will be *old »t * ncriflce You will be greatly benefited by calling, »iul then you will find out tbs* W Pr^ces #r0 aitonlsbingly low. SALE TO COMMENCE THE 21st INST. TERMS, STRICTLY CASH. All person* indebted to me will please call and settle. Respectfully, Bazar Clothing Store, Main street. Eureka' SINGLETON & McNICOL .WHOLESALE DEALERS XW Wines, LIQUORS, cigars -4-> 03 03 Lm ■*-» C/3 e «3 E .c =3 O Carry the Largest and Best Stock of Goods, and I* th Cheapest House in Nevada. Call and Examine the Stock. ... Eurekt, Msy 24.1882. - - ALF HA BBIS. -DE.VLKB IH-— _ Gents’ Furnishing Goods. Hfcti, 0%pa. Shirti. Tfnd«rw«*i\ floaiory. Tnmk*. V»li*!!. *M‘ SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY WEST 1ND MOST COmETE STOCK I\ El'REKl Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS* Ou. door north of tba Park" Home, Sure a.