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Eureka IDailg Sentinel.
SUNDAY .JULY 1. 1883. W. E. Davidson Is the Author!led Subscrip tion Aden! for the Hkntinsl In Eureke. Or ders ctn be left st his bookstors in tbs Post office building. TBsrKHDAra htocm salkh, MORNING BOARD. 310 Ophir—3*4 255c 370 Mexican—8 295c 400 Gould A Curry—24 245c 175 Beet A Belcher—420c 415c . 450 Bavage— 205c 210o 3545 Chollar—840c 8*4 SCOe 355c 365e 380c 3*4 385c 250 Potosi-140c 135o 2830 Hale A Noroross—6*4 6*4 G*4 6 7, 7 0*4 40O Yellow Jacket—390c 386c 50 Belcher—115o 50 Ooutidonce—2*4 585 B. Nevada—8*4 380o 3*4 90 Utah—280o 2*4 150 Bullion—75c 400 Union—480c 4*4 470c 950 Alta-45c 40o 50 Occidental—1*4 100 Andee—45o 170 Eureka Con.—5 80 Belmont—1 200 N. Belle—6s. 6*t 8400 G. Prize—5c 10c 5o 1200 Argenta—15o lOe 220 Navajo—3 290c 2200 Belle Isle—50c 800 Elko Con.—30o 70 Day-50c 55o 750 Eureka Tunnel —60o 200 Albion—45c 00 Budie—80c 150 S. King—10 CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Union 470a 470h, Sierra Nevada 3*ts 370a, Mexican 805e 3», Ophir 255s, Con. Virginia 40b 45a, Beat A Belcher 435a 440s 435s 430s 430b, Gould A Curry 2 *4 a 2*4b 255a, Savage 210s 215s 210s 215s, Halo A Noroross 67*s 6*48 674s, Chollar 380s 390s 4s 395b 4a, Potosi 140s 145a 140s. Alta 40b, Bolcher 115b, Crown Point l!*b, Yellow Jacket 385s 395b 4a. Navajo 285b 290a, Confidence 240b, Bodie 85b 90a, Bullion 70b 80a, Belle Isle 45b, Grand Prize 5b 10a, Argenta 10b, Overman 30b, Inde pendence 75a, Northern Belle 6Hb, Utah 2*tb, Eureka Con. 5b, Exchequer 20b Adjourned till Thursday, Jnly 5,11 A. m. K. St P. PAMMBBM1CH TRAVEL. DEPARTURES YESTERDAY MOBBING. J J Smith Sam Harris B Harris Mrs M N Holly J H Stevens ARRIVALS LAST NIGHT. W H Peorn Allred Verron Miss Anna Iloeoe H Kind A son James Dudley B Byland B Sadler Freight (or the following named pereone arrived by laat night's train: M Karsky U Lachman 0 Sir! W O Mills L Ballich H Mau A Co Bertrand Mining Co 1 Bluett L Monaco W H Htowell Pramenko A Ballich J Meude* Tognini A Co 8 O Langhlin J Viglette C Fox U Kind F W Clute J W Lambert M LGregoyich M M Ley B Berg W Leeeer J Guilloiz Hawkes A Co F J Schneider E A 0 Lumber Co Bemington, J A Co I) Nathan K Sadler P N Hansen B F McEwen Barlow A Henderson N Smith W Weaver H It Kemp E C Hell rich A Co Matbewson Broa, Sweet Water Mining Co. J Iieilly, H 8 Herrick, T Pramenko, Hamilton; Si 8 Trowbridge, H Kind.Tybo; F W Clute, Ward; Monitor Mining Co, Steptoe Creek. Hotel Arrivals. Jackson House—Mr. Clark and wife, R. Oillespie, M. McGregor, Ruby Hill; 8. N. Holmes. Oliver Drake and family, Eber hardt; B. B. Strait, Duckwater; Ewald Kipp. Geddes; Thomas Robinson and fami ly. M. R. Curran and wife, Newark; David Fensuthal, Osceola; R. M. Bourne, San Francisco; Miss R. Frank, Roby Hill; Mrs. A. Berg, city. Parker House—Charles W. Harris, Joel Tregoning, Ruby Hill; N. T. Reveal, wife and child, Tyho; Adam Hall, Alexandria mine; B. F. Plummer, Mineral Hill; Jas. Dudley, San Francisco. Turner House.—Steve Bedell, Prospect Mountain; John Doyle, Eureka Tunnel; Thomas Williams, Ruby Hill; P. T. John son, Mineral Hill. Fine Horses Miolen. William Kilgore had a fine span of mares at the Fair Play mine which be turned oat to pasture in Newark Valley in the foot hills of Oxyoke Summit, near to Dan High’s ranch. They have not been seen since last Friday, when a Chinaman saw them near Oxyoke Springs. On Monday last Kilgore, needing the horses to hoist waste and ore out of the mine, went in search of them and discovered that they had been run off Their tracks were found and traced by him in a direction leading to Fish Crock. There were also tracks of a third horse, which was no doubt ridden by the party who drove off Kilgore's. The mares are large dark bays, and are together worth abont f t00. At the time they were stolen only one of them was shod. Kilgore procured a horse and is now ont in search of hie mares. He is a man that is apt to follow the tracks until he finds them, and to make it hot for the thieves if he over takes them. Joy In tli« William* Family. The wife of John N. William* pretented him yesterday morning with a big, fine ton. The father it delighted, of conrte. It it hit drat. He it full of pride over the event, and it will be tome time before he oan realize that there have been babiet, and babiet of the male tort, atrapping and atout, before yesterday, and that bouteboldt are likely to be bleated with them right along hereafter forever or nntil Oabriel blowa hit horn and tayt quit. Thore it nothing like it. We congratulate the delighted lather and hit worthy wife who, and the young IVilliama, we are glad to atate, are doing at well at could be ex pected. Firemen’s Celebration. On the glorioua Fourth, lliohmond Hoae Company No. 3 and the Hooka A Knickt will meet together at the hote houae of the latter company at noon, and there oelc brate, as the firemen well know how to celebrate, the anniversary of our national inde|>endence. The Declaration will be read by I’eter Breen, E*q.; Hitt | \ay Lewi* will recite an appropriate poem, and Alex. Wilton and A. L. Fitzfrt aid of the Hookt A Knickt, and H. Lowling of the Richmond*, will deliver short addresses, to Eureka will have tome tort of a cele bration auyway. Theatrical. The matinee at the Opera Honao yester day was very good. The Truckee Compa ny outdid tbemaelve*. and it was remarked by those who tee them on the boards night ly that they have never acquitted them selves to well in Eureka before. The per formance was spirited throughout, and the audience encouraged them by frequent ap plause. Tbe proprieties were strictly ob served, and nothing was said or done that could offend the most sensitive person. Invalids." A Carson content "lloeiillal de Virginia Chronicle: porary, writing of Paris, and having ocoa tion to refer to the Hotel det Iovalidet, produces tbe remarkable legend: Hos pital de Invalids." Need wo mention the name of the Inspired writer. Who oould It be but the divine Bamuel ? FLUE OUT. Serapa front the 3fote*booh of the Heatlael'n Keporter. The Itelo-Swiu Society meets at 7:30 o’clock thlf eveniug. The weather yesterday was a little cooler than the day previous. The Infant daughter of James Growling of Rnby Hill died yesterday. The Connty Commissioners meet at 10 o’clock to-morrow morning. Bishop Whitaker will preach in the Episcopal Church this morning. The Knights Templar meet this even ing at 7:30 o’clock at Masonic Hall. The sobool exhibition at Palisade Friday afternoon is reported to ns as a “good success." The usual religions services will be held in all the churches to day except the Methodist. The Supreme Court has decided that the county seat of Esmeralda mnst be removed from Aurora to Hawthorne. The Weekly Sentinel, published yes terday afternoon, is a splendid number to send to your friends in the East. It is now in order for fond parents to supply their little boys with toy pistols for use the comiDg Fourth, The Angel of Death will attend to the details. The Knights of Pythias hold a meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 o’clock, and they request that a full attendance of members be present, as business of importance will be transacted. PKHNUNAL. H. Kind returned lest night from a visit to Ban Francisco. Ben. F. Plummer came up last night from Mineral Hill. R. Sadler returned last night from a visit to the Bay and Carson. Frank Robbins went below with the excursionists this morning. Oliver Drake and wife came in yesterday from Eberhardt by private conveyance. W H. Pearn returned to Ruby Hill last night from a two years’ visit to England. R. Ryland, who has been visiting the principal towns of Oregon, returned home last night. Butte (M. T.) Minor: Col. Thomas Taylor of Eureka, Nev., is visiting rela tives in Butte. Miss Anna Reece oame up from Palisade last night, and will spend her school vaca tion with her parents. Mias Louisa Mau will leave for Helena, Montana, next Tuesday, to visit her sister there until the Public Schools reopen. F.. C. Mills, master mechanic of the E. A P., has resigned his place on this road, and left last night for Ogden, to take a place on the U. P. Prof. Crowell left for California this morning, and will spend the Summer va cation below, with headquarters at San Francisco. Hon. J. D. Minor, who for eight years held the office of Secretary of State in Ne vada, is at present the landlord of the boarding-house at the Syndicate mill, Bodie. Mrs. Morris Muicahy and her family of obildren from Pioche. old and respected residents of that camp, are in Eureka, and will leave for California this morning to reside in that State. STATE NOTES. Seventeen car loads of steel rails for the 0. A C. R. R. have recently arrived. Hop Sing, a Chinaman, has bought the Elko water ditch which supplies the town. Carson is the only town in Western Ne vada that John Robinson's circus will pitch its tent in. Rule McMahon, a well-known sporting man, is reported as dying of softening of the brain at Truckee. So far nearly 200 jnrymen have been eaatninad in the Coomb* case at Carson, and only five have been accepted. A number of Piutes in Southwestern Nevada are sick with the measles, and three bucks have died from the effects of the disease. W. M. N. Johnson, son of ex-Governor J. Neely Johnson, ha-t given np his place in the Postoffire in Virginia City for a sit uation in San Francisco. Carson Tribune: The late fall in stocks has materially affected business in Carson. It is strange that our people will not profit by experience and keep out of stocks. A fine portrait of the late Judge Flack, District Judge of Elko, has been presented to the county by the brother of the de ceased, and will be bung up in the Court house. Bojr L«l. Last evouing between 8 end 9 o’clock a fine-looking, handsomely dressed little boy about four yeare old, apparently a stranger in Eureka, got separated from his mother whom he had probably gone out with for a walk among the stores. He was found crying on tine sidewalk, and a gen tleman, who has u soft spot in his bosom for children, took him up and tried to console him. The little fellow was terri bly frightened and threw his arms convul sively around the neck of bis stranger friend, nor could anything for a time in duce him to relax his hold. The gentle man packed him around in hopes of find ing the child’s mother. A lady came up and attempted to speak with him, but he only looked aronnd for an instant and seeing that it was not his mamma he screamed at the top of his voice. While he was being carried around he thought be saw bis mother in a dry goods store, and jumping down be ran towards her as fast as his little legs could carry him, but when he got near her he discovered that ho was mlstakeu and be ran back to his protector's embrace again, the tears fairly streaming down his cheeks. In the course of an hour the little chap's mother, a lady from the southern country, who bad been looking for her darling everywhere, reclaimed him and then there was joy, risslag (School Exercises. The public schools on Kuby Hill proper, in charge of Professor Reek, Principal, and Mrs. Wcndall and J^iss Frank, closed yesterday afternoon for the term. The exercises passed off very creditably, and the children and teachers received many compriments from the large number of visitors who were preseut. A long, well selected list of recitations, sougs and in strumental selections was given in first rate style. The pupils have advanced well, and in this the diligence and skill of the teaohers are manifest. Stella Manuel and Esther Worry were awarded prizes for excellent scholarship during the past term; Clara Clemo fur excellent deportment, and Katie Fitzpat rick for politeness. J nvft«- fi Ualh«rlu(. Little Minnie Stowell celebrated ,-V -igfdk birthday yesterday with a nice party, to which all the little girls and boys were invited. They spent a merry time on the grafts plot in the front yard from 1 till 4 o'olook in the afternoon, playing pretty little gamea, the three houra being broken in on by one Interval only for a sumptu ous repast on cakes and ice cream of various and taking colors. It was a joy ous afternoon for the little ones. Correction. By a misplaoing of names in the public school classes yesterday, the Misses Tillis ateler, Lulu McCartney and Minnie Chris topher did not get their proper places. These young ladies are at the top of the ladder, in Prof. Crowell's department. I‘aaslitir Mnlllou. The following bullion was shipped by Wells. Fargo A Oo. this morning: 6 bars, valued at $4,345 33. A DISASTROUS FIRE. The Urwud Prise llelstln* Works Entirely Conunmed. [SPECIAL TO THK 8RNTIKSL..J Tuscarora, Not., Jane 30.—-The Grand Prize-Argents hoisting works at Tuscarora were burned to the ground in a few min utes last evening, the lire starting in a pile of dry, tinder-like sagebrush in the boiler room. This is the sort of fuel used gen erally in Tuscarora for firing. During the temporary absenoe of the fireman a spark ignited the inflammable mass, and in an almost incredible short space of time the whole room was in a blaze. The fire spread rapidly, and in a very few minutes the flames had enveloped the entire bnilding. Al. Griffin, the engineer on duty at the time of the fire, continued at his post after the roof was all ablaze above him, and he did not leave his engine until he had hoisted over 20 men to the surface from the 300-foot level. It was impossible for him then to remain any longer, as the heat became intense and the smoke suffo cating. The other men below, of whom there were supposed to be only six, escaped by climbing out through the old shaft. The loss of the fire is $30,000, the outlay necessary to replace the building and machinery. There was only $10,000 in surance. The ExenrslonlsCs. Sixty-six tickets for the excursion to San Francisco have been sold by J. Straus, the agent at Eureka—40 to gentlemen and 26 to ladies. The foil ists, all of whom train: Mrs. E. Gambra, Mrs. O. Contt, Mrs. McOardle, Mitts Jones, Mr-*. J. Maniou, Miss 8. Marti on. Mrs. Knight, Kittle Knight, Mrs. A. Berg, Miss Frank, Mlsa M. Barnes, Mrs. W. Bholderer, Mrs. Alf. Harris, Mra. E. Buie, Mrs. Goyn, Mrs. 8. Bell, Miss M. Wethered, Mrs. J. Orndorff, Mrs. G Fairfield, Mrs. Polglase, Mrs. Fr. Swan, Mra. J. Dailey, Mra. C H. McDonald, Mrs Buzzo, Mrs. Gillespie, Mrs Wendell, E. c'arubra, J. Guliloz, M Brown, Big Knopf, J Hansman, M. Morris, 1 O. Trevillian, owing are the excursion left on this morning’s J. Morgan, J. Lewis, Th. Pierce, Fr. Bwan, K. A. Laird, Joel Tregonlng, W. Roi.erson, Fr. Abadie, J. B. Monaco, Fr. Kobblna. W. Wethered, Alb. Rosenheim, W. Goyn, Con. Hlley, Ch. Williams, Al Haun, D. McBride, Ben. Taylor, B Alexander, Ch. Harris. J. Stevens, A. Clnte, J. Nathan, Ad. Lang, W. Turner, J. Pardy, W. Zadow, F. Fairfield, E. Kipp. P. Murton, G. M. Fassett, H. RadcllfT, E. Polg'aae, K«miih' Ball—The Fourth. It it a fixed fact now that there will be do other celebration of “The Oreat and Glorious Fourth” than the ball to be given by Rescue Hoee Co. No. t in the evening. Aa there will be no other opportunity for our citizens to display their patriotism, we suppose and hope most sincerely they will avail themselves of this anyhow. The boys are making all preparations for a grand time, and they will have it sure, aa in times past they have never failed, and the success of the past is a guarantee of the future. We regret that the Ulympio Club saw fit to give a dance Friday night, as it perhaps will somewhat militate against the boys in their effort—two dances following each other in such quick succession. It would have been a graceful act on the part of the club for them to have postponed their dance until after the Fourth, as the Rescues bad advertised for that day, some weeks ago, and particular ly so as we are informed the Rescues offered to pay the Club for the whole, or the greater part, of the expense which they had been at in preparing for their festivity. However, it is too late now to regret this, aud we believe our citizens will not let the ball of the Hose Company suffer on that account. The price of tickets has been put by the boys at the modest sum of $3, and we again express the hope that ev ery citizen will take one, as our fire com panies must be sustained, or otherwise we will again have our town laid in ashes, and if the fire laddies give their services gratuitously it is as little as our citizens can do to patronize them in the way of a ball ticket now and then to assist them in defraying their expenses. School Trustees- Meeting. A meeting of the School Trustees of this township was held last night, at whioh it was determined to re-employ the present corps of teachers in the Public Schools of Eureka. There will be one vacanoy, caused by the absence of Mrs. Marsden, who leaves Eureka iu a few days to take up her residence in California. It was decid ed to reopen the schools on the first Mon day in September with a full oorps of teachers. The schools have improved so much in the last six months that it was thought best to give them the best possi ble start when work is resumed, without any decrease of force. It may be found practicable, after the schools get well un der way next Fall, to dispense with the services of an assistant teacher in the Grammar Department, but it is feared that to Btart with one teacher less than are employed at present might impair the efficiency of the schools, whioh ltave now got under such lino headway that any thing like an experiment should not be at tempted, except on the side of safety. Preseii la tlou. A pleasant and amusing little episode took place early last evening at Col. Per ry'* corner saloon, the occasion being the presentation to the Colonel by John E. Jones, on behalf of D. H. Birdsall, of a dozen garrote collars, received by express from San Francisco. In the preseuce of a few mutual friends Mr. Jonos did not make a few remarks, but put a box of pasteboard standups into the donee’s capacious paws, who, when he saw how he bud been garroted, gave way to the oustom of the country, and everybody took a drink, after which Birdsall's true offering of 12 handsome garrotes were duly pre sented, and were received by the Colonel with his accustomed grace and in language of tho truly olassic kind. Tlie Limit of None. An exchange having remarked that Ne vada may one day become famona for her great aingera, the Sacramento Bee aaya that paper ia behind the timea. Nevada ac quired fame 20 yearg ago through the wonderful melody of the “Washoe canary.” Viaitora to the laDd of Bagobruah have often been entranced by the atrange, weird and powerful wavea of muaic that rolled over the deaert waatea at the declining hour of day, and died away in aoftcadencea through the oanyona of the diatant hills. The Insane Any I inn. The Reno Journal Bays the coat of main taining the Asylum for May waa four cents per patient per day less than the average rate for the preceding six months. There are at present 141 inmates—108 males and 33 females. During the past two months there have been seven admitted, two dis charged. two discharged on trial, one died and one attempted elopement. The N. at O. H K. Reno Gazette: The little engine Santa Cruz, since its general overhauling at the V. A T. shops, ia doing wonders. It ia now doubling the road, an aggregate dis tance of 120 miles per day, besides the switching twice a day. Messrs. Bragg and Schooling have a largo quantity of wood and lumber at the end of the traok, which they are shippiog to Reno. HIDE VOLUME*. The Bancroft Proem *f Illstery ■•■■Iktlart. A representative of the Carson Appeal apeut half an hoar with H. H. Bancroft, anthor of the Hiatoriea of the Pacifio Coast, and reports the following inter view, whioh will give some idea of the progress of the work and the magnitude of the undertaking: Reporter—What indnoed you first to un dertake so great a work as publishing 39 Volumes of history? Bancroft—It was a matter of recreation mostly. Reporter— Not a financial venture? Bancroft—Hardly. I only expect to get a portion of my money bask. I have spent $300,000 on the work, and I expect to spend $500,000. I had the means to do this, and concluded that it was better to invest the money in such a labor than on the tnrf, politics or travel. Of course, I will get some of this sum back from the sale of the work. I wonld like to get it all back, bnt oertainly cannot expect to do this. Reporter—How many men have yon em ployed ? Bancroft—My writers, compilers and translators now number 20. H. S. Oak and William Nemos are the best I have. Much of the labor is clerical. The his tory department is separate. I keep 20 compositors employed, and the work is never hurried. I get about 150 pages set np, and send it to Painter A Co. to be stereotyped. It takes about a ton of metal to stereotype a volume. I aim to have the histories as correct as possible, and get every available scrap of information. For instance, I have finished the history of Central America, a volume of 800 pages. I hear that a similar history has been pub lished in Spanish. I shall secure this work, and if it gives any new information I shall re-write my volnme. I have plenty of time, and expect to continue my work as long as I live. I am in no bnrry to get through, as the work is not a task in any sense. Reporter—Will you publish a history of Nevada ? Bancroft—I hare men in the field al ready gathering material. A BIO .KROLITK. A Larie Visitant from the Realms or Space. The Butte (Montana) Miner says: Joe Summerfield end Mr. Weatbersby, who re tarned yesterday from s fishing excursion to the Big Hole country, tell a story of tha falling of an immense terolite in the vicinity of Oibbona’ battlefield, where ttfty had taken shelter from the storm of Snnday afternoon. About 2 p. x. a loud crash was heard, not unlike thunder, and a shook as of an earthquake was felt, while the heavens were lit up with vivid flashes of lightning. Looking upward they beheld the clouds torn asunder and from the rift a large body was seen descending to tbe earth, followed by a fleecy train of smoke or vapor. The rushing of tbe body through the air, as if hurled by some celestial cat apult, was a fearful sight and created a noise like the thunder of an express train. The terolite buried itself in the earth a hundred yards from tbe cabin which they occupied, and when it struok the ground the concussion caused the oabin to shake as if struck by a oyclone, and make a re port like the explosion of a powder maga zine, which must have been heard for miles around. Recovering from their fright, they hurried to the spot and found a hole about three feet deep. Upon dig ging down they came to a solid block of what appeared to be lava, in the form of a turncated cone, and weighing from 500 to COO pounds. The surface, which was still hot and emitted a sulphurous Bmell, was covered with a greenish crust, full of small holes, such as might be made by finger tips in a soft paste. The gentlemen brought in several pieces of the astral visitor, one of which will be plaoed in George Newkirk’s cabinet. A Weakness in Went Point. Alden, the facetious essayist of the New York Times, has been looking for the cause of the recent downfall of sev eral army men, and has discovered a weakness in the West Point system. He says: "It is to be hoped that the Board of Army Officers now employed in visit ing the various colleges of the United States with a view of obtaining hints for the improvement of the West Point cur riculum will discover that the instruction in poker given to the West Point cadets is miserably bad. There can be but one meaning attached to the recent charges of losing Government money at poker which have been brought against certain army officers. The men did not know bow to play the game with any real efficiency. When called upon to play poker they lose their own money and then the money in trusted to them by the Government. The , country has spent vast sums of money in establishing an institution for the educa tion of officers for the army, and yet tbe graduates of this institution are beaten at poker by self-taught Indian agents, or by the graduates of Mississippi steamers. This is a. thoroughly disgraceful state of things, and it must be remedied without delay.” Bilking the Devil. Bid lock made a Boston man wish to die, bnt be was a firm believer in the Bible, and waa aware of its mandate against suicide. He had heard it preached, too, that a death-bed repentance was suffi cient to insure salvation. He made a careful stndy of this doctrine, consulted several clergymen (though without dis closing to them what he had in contempla tion), and at length settled it in his own mind that the sinner who repented at the. last moment was as sure of heaven as any one who had lived sanctified for years. Having settled that point to his own satis faction he sought a means of suicide which, while certain to kill, would leave him conscious long enough to make his peace with heaven. So he swallowed a deadly poison, and was taken to a hospital to die. “There he repented,” says the narrator, “and he gave every indication that his contrition was sincere.” American Hoequitoee Isa London, People of London are much concerned at the introduction of Amerioan mos quitoes. The Times says: “Women and children have especially suffered, some having been almost blinded through the swellings caused by the bites of these foreign insects. It appears that large numbers of mosquitoes were brought over from America among the corn, and they have been frequently seen to tty op when the grain is being transferred for grinding in a large flour mill in the vicinity. On the whole, the importation is considered unsatisfactory.” It is a fact not generally known that most of the tobacco stems from North Carolina tobacco factories are shipped to Germany to be manufactured into snuff for the German peasants. They are col lected by a Winston firm and shipped thence in immense quantities. The Mew America. My country 'tis of thee, Once lend of Liberty, Of thee 1 sing. Lend or the Star Route fraud, Lend of the reilroed bawd, Lend of the robber horde. Thy aheme we slug. My native lend; to thee, Where chained lice liberty. Thy aheme we elng. Bribed by the vlUain'e gold; Onr courts of lew ere sold; Our Oongresaee controlled By thieves' foul ring. Greet God, to thee we relse, Mot hymn of Joy or prelee. For help we cry. Confound their politics. Sweep out their knavish tricks, On thee our hopea we fix, Oh! hear our cry! -Stockton Mall. i'Mra «Ma. Menn. Singleton A MoNiool, wholeeele dealer* in winee, liquor* end eigera, ere juet in reoiept of •on* very oboiee good* e* follow*: Byay Ale, in pint* end quart*; Tennent’a Porter; oelebrated Bee* Ale; Oninnee*’* Porter, in pint* end qnerta; Cremorne Pnneb; Blackberry Brandy; also, an exceedingly fine article of Port and Sherry wine*. Theae good* cannot be excelled in any market. All tbeir good* are aold at imall profit* for caah. * Tonbta A Co. Thi* well known wholesale and retail liquor bonae ia juet in reoeiptof thelargeat and beat aaaorte^ atock of winea, liquora and cigar* ever offered in thia market. Their atock of whiakiee, direct from the diatilleriea in Kentucky, ia the fineet in the market. Their winea and cigar*, di rect from importer*, are a aurety of genu ineneea and purity, and include oham pagnea, aherriea and brandiee, while their domeetio winea are the beat the market afford*. Their imported and domeatic cigar* include a variety of brand*, whioh for flavor are not ''xcelled. Dealer* are invited to examine their atook and price*, which are adapted to the time*. * Good WMchwotk. P. Steler takes pleasure in announcing to hie customers that be has secured the services of the very best watchmaker on the coast—one who has had 25 years' ex perience in the finest watchmakers' estab lishments of Europe and Amerioa, and is prepared to do all kinds of fine watohwork and dock repairing on the shortest possible notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. All watch and oloo^ work warranted for one year. N. B—All kinds of fine Jewelry and diamond work made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. * Nice Relishes. P. N. Hansen has just reoeived an ex tensive assortment of the following named relishes: French fruits in glass, formagio menauta, milohmer herring, Bussian ca viar, Hessian sardines and sardelles, Fuian baddies, eels smoked and in jdly, sardines in mustard and spice, anchovies spiced, olives stuffed, mangoes stuffed, stuffed peppers, plum puddings, curried oysters, chili Colorado sauoe, Windsor mixed pickles, assorted chutnees, imported Swiss and Boquefort cheese, imported sausage, and an assortment of fancy groceries too numerous to mention. * Notice. All persons knowing themselves indebted to me are requested to eome forward and settle their accounts by May 1. After May 1 I will sell only for cash or approved credit on 30 days. The prioes for goods will be as low as goods of the quality offered can possibly be sold for. * P. N. Hansen. Inst Received. Aunt Hannah, on South Main street, has just received from San Francisco an extensive assortment of the finest kind of millinery goods, consisting of bonnets and hats, trimmed and untrimmed; also, flowers and feathers. • A Change In Business. Having sold my entire stock and in terest in the undertaking business to P. H. Hjul, I would recommend him as being well qualified and competent to attend to all branohes in this line. W. P. Haskell,. Eureka, Feb. 2, 1883. • Delicious ice oream can now be obtained at Brown Sc Godfrey’s confectionery on North Main street. No one can excel them in making ice cream, and they always keep a bountiful supply of it on hand. Notice to Passengers. Passengers wanting to go away on the morning train will please leave their orders for the 'bus the night before at the Parker House or Jaokson House. * Delicious lee Creant. Mrs. G. D. Hunter of the St. Louis Restaurant is at all times prepared to fur nish a very superior artiole of ice cream, either in small or large quantities. * Wm. H. Stowell, Assayer, No. 3 Main street, Eureka. * Try It. Delicious butter for 70 oents at the Red House. * Fresh French and American candies of every description at Brown A Godfrey's Hestanrant._ • Go to Berg’s for delicious fresh ranoh batter. Only 65 cents a roll. * A Canton flannel suit of underclothing for $1 at the Bed House. * Go to Alexander's and you will get a good suit for $12 50. * Important Notice .BY. MAHER & MANION. TO THB PEOPLE OF EUREKA, RUBY Hill and all Eastern Nevada. We are Dry Goods Stock, Oompr<slng a full assortment of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods. Ladies' and Gants’ Furnlahlng Goods, without regard to coat or oonaeqnenoe*. Look outfor Bargains. We do not offer a few articles at low prices so aa to mislead the public, bnt will give just as good value in a piece of silk as in common calicos, so that purchasers may feel confident that they wont be imposed upon. Store Fixtures For Sale. Also, S lot Of HOUSEHOLD FUR1TITURB Will be Hid obeap. CASH on Delivery of Hoods Regaired. NO GOODS[EXCHANGED. MAHER A MARION. Eureka, Map It, 1883. mpSOtf A. A. ANDRE, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. OFFICE-AT SINGLETON ft MoNIOOLB, South Mala .treat. lte.rH.uti Atari beat Aa.erl.au aad rarelfa Fir* larurauee (oinpauie.. ALSO, STATE AGENT For tbe Fidelity and Casualty Company OF NEW FOBK, One of the larger! Accidental OompanlM la the world. a?~ Application! for anb-ageaolea will be received. jetO-lm NOTICE. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TBE LATE Arm of Erneat Men ft Oo of Ruby Bill, ere requeeted to come to my oflb-a ead eettle Immediately, thereby laTlaft coeta. BENJAMIN BANDERS. Attorney-at-Law. Jef-lm Eureka, Jane «, MM. miscellaneous advertisements. I DRY GOODS ALMOST 6IVEN AWAY. STILL AT THE FRONT! Morris & Levy’s GunTContinue Their Thunder. stanch, reliable and mna AmnnHn • . .** victory floating on the ram parta of that t d.A»nc. lo .11 competitor.. Ag^T they Md r^asagrjsjaSS^gaaais Partial Price ListJonh[Mmh of June, Morris & Levy’s Dry Goods Store, Main Street. Shii*Ai>. Nev. LOOK OUT. w *-OD,d.»!» Mn.lln for *1. SESBS&sr3233^** , _ LOOK OUT. 12 yard* Trench Chintz for $1. _ , LOOK OCT. 2«c"^ySSfrt*d,r"’0h 8mt*en* «0*»d to 16 yard* Gingham and Chariot for *1. LOOK OUT 1toy£JedJ£i£rt00“‘110* T*bl* L,n“ *•*•«•* i5y"d« all Linen Ora.h for *1. 8 Double Dimuk Towels for $1. LOOK OUT. £3mer“-,n “• ■h*a«. « Onr Gray Camel Hair reduced to 40c per yard. _ LOOK OCT. ° drnnc.•5,^,hJrp^y?rtn', Ve‘ling’ *“ woo,‘ ** -way ,‘u7 __ LOOK OCT. °pifJSjd.“d °0l<>r®d 8*tln* ndaced to60c Onr BUek Brooade Bilks rednced to 50c per yd. _ „ LOOK OCT. to20o'T«1ySdntln*,'ln 111 ,h»d8*. "diced LOOK OUT. 80 colored bordered Handkerchiefs for**l. Marseilles Spreads reduced to 76c apiece. LOOK OUT. Our eitra .lee all-wool Shetland Shawle re. duced to 75c apiece. Our White Embroidered Ties reducod to 19Mo apiece. Our Spanish Lace Tie* reduced to 95e apiece. LOOK OtTT. 30 yards Embroidery forll. 90 yards 4-lnch Bretonne Lace for 11, LOOK OUT. Orest reduction In Parasols—90 per cent lead than former prices. LOOK OUT For the SPECIAL REDUCTION of the latest styles of Black Rhadamea, Wraps and Dol also In Drap d’lte, Drap d'Lorre, Drap d Paris; likewise In Mohair and Linen Ulaters for Ladies and Children. A beautiful line of Ladies’ Black and Colored Ureases. LOOK OUT Far the slaughter of Ladles’ Muslin Under wear, Aprons, and Ladles' and Children’s Sun Bonnets. A great variety or the latest styles of ladles • and children’s Fancy Neckwear. We have just received a new line of Carpets, Oilcloths and Rugs, which we will seU as ehflKB U itkAV SM anlft In aaiw altw CBBOMOI AND WANS OIVEBT TO EVERY PURCHASER. Our Stoct of fall Paper is eatirelj aev aid ef tie latest fleams. PRIOEI NO OBJECT. .p Assssss:ass: *s x«. Country order, promptly attended to and .ample. .eat on .pplic.lt... tfc SELLING OUT! SELLING OUT! Having; concluded to dive up buelneoe In Eureka. I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK BENTS’ CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, ETC., ETC. Regardless of Cost. Commencing Saturday Ev’g, June 23, And continuing each evening until void) I Will Sell My Entire Stock at Auction. REMERRER, THIS IS 1 C1SH S1LE. 10 MORE CREDIT GIVER. ■7*All perron* Indebted to me will pleue cell end eettle Immedletely. Counter}, Shelving, | Fixture* end Show Cues for sale. RUBBER SUITS Coa>i*ti>>,r 01 d°uw® BMk i««* i«»r*<i formerly 111 SO. Tup, Bole Mailed Rubber BooU and Mat.^Rie. PEBEMPTOBY SALE! Having purchased at Peremptory Sale the entire stock of one of the largest and finest Clothing importers in San Francisco, I am prepared to give the people of Eureka and vicinity the bene fit of my Bargains, and will positively sell the entire stock from 10 to 25 per cent less than can be purchased for in San Francisco. This is no catch advertisement, but a genuine, bona fide sale, and one that is positively from 25 to 40 per cent less than former Eureka prices. Call and convince yourself, if not to purchase, but of the truth of the above. Respectfully, KAR8KT, PROPRIETOR OF THE San Francisco Clothing Store, Adjoin lag Dr. Sokaulder’* Drug Storu._mr8tf SINGLETON £ McNICOL .WSOUIAU BIA&UI nr. Wines, LIQUORS, cigars Za A's wowrrc , Witoe** ^Ouk BO’V BCA^OftASS *V C BtUMui /JSWgPy V. hmTTA 3 ’Sr? PRIDE 'SKt r A A ' wiCKurrc jJrxnje^ iPOuneo'v l^NV^Uty i XXX ju igars. Carry the Largest and Best Stock of Goods, and Is the Cheapest House in Nevada. Call and ■xamlne the Stock. Sank.. Ktr M, 1W. MM