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"w.rKIIB**’l« »T«»t:K HAI.KN. mobnino board. 250 Hale * Noreroa*—2* 500 Savage—135c 800 Opblr—50c •tnn Mexican—1U0 l>ju S Oon. California 210o 800 8. Nevada— 80o 50 Union—50? 25 Crown Point—11 jo 100 Alpba-35o 50 Confidence—140o 500 Alta-1 Oe 100 CliallenRe—20o Euroke Con.-*290a 125 Bodie—155o 1 Vi 150 Baiwer—C0o 100 Mono—380c i_ , A I*. FAKNKNUKIi TKAVKL. DEPASTURES YESTERDAY MORNINO. C Boeko E M Baum J 8 Capron _M Levy HOTKI, \ Hit 11 AI.S. Bureau Hotel—John Conley, Adame Hill; Thomas Gilbert Ruby Hill; George Hitcbiou, I’in to. A FATAL ACl'IUEST. A Top larmnn at »h« Crown Polut Mine, Gold 1(111, IMoh from an In* jnry JSliortly After Receiving **• (SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.1 Viboisu, Nev., Feb. 24.—About 9 o’clock yeaterday morning Thomas Quinn, a top carman at the Orown Point abaft, Qold Hill, was badly and fatally injured. He was loading mining timbers on the lower dock of a double cuge from the flo“br of the carpenter shop, when the engineer, in obedience to a bell signal to hoist, started the cage in the other compartment of the shaft. The engine being of double acting style the cages have to more at the same time, one going down as the other comes up. Consequently, the osge Quinn was loading suddenly started downward. He was leaning forward, placing a timber on the cage when struck by tbe upper deck and knocked down, falling with bead and shoulders over the shaft. The upper deck of the descending cage came down across his back. The cage, with its load woigbing between two aud three tons, came with crushing force, and Iho space between the cage aud side of tbe shaft being only about four inches the only reason why be was not cut completely in two was that tbe eccen trics or safeties at the sides of the cage acted promptly on being partially relieved of tho weight of the cage, and immediately arrested its further descent. Assistance was close at band. The eugineer promptly raised the cage, and tbe uufurtanate man was extricated from bis terrible position. Surgical assistance was immediately sum moned. He could speak, but bo breathed with difficulty, bis breast being evidently badly crushed from contaot with the edge of the floor aud the shaft. He was iu ter rible pain, and could only breathe when sitting up, and iu that position was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital, in tbis city, whore Urs. Kirby and Webber attended him. Tbe boues of his breast, including several ribs, wore fouud orusbed, some of she broken boues penetrating bis lungs. His breath thus escaping with tho cavities of his chest caused a fearful swelling of the neck and throat, which was partially relieved by surgical incisions to let out the air, and under the influence of opiates the pain sub sided. Ho died at midnight, and will bo buried to-morrow. Sliri'cliln 1‘iirrlinttiiii; Me »iiislil|>» [SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.J Han Fbancisoo, Feb. 21.-The Call this morning priuled tho statement that John Sprooklos, of tho Oceanic Hteamsbip Com pauy, who recoxitly went Eaat to make ar rangements for building a new steamer, bus purchased from l'rioe A Company, of Loudon, the Zealandia and Australia, now plying between Han Francisco and Hono lulu, Australia and New Zealand, and chartered by the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Mr. Sprecklea’ reasons for the purchase of those vessels is that he ob tamed both of them for about as much money as ho would have had to expend in Uto construction of a new ono. Tho price ., :.. uow uiju. i no price a Ue Zo.laudia and Australia will continue on their usual flact“andUantWm Uod#r lLe Hawaiian AUineda “ ‘° ,ho »ud A. ( hluitinau Nurdcrii Him Vishmit, (*P«CIAL TO TH* DINTINUL.I Gbidley, Oal., Fob. 24. -The body of a dead Chinaman was found to-day buried in an old cabin about four mile* from town. It was Identified as that of Ah Gin. The head was almost severed bv a cut with a cleaver across the back of tl.« neck and both aides of the “„VV,,, crushed. Ah 8un, a partuer of Gin Rr,d his room-mato, has been arrested for the crime. The evidence against him is verv conclusive. Gin has been missiug several weeks, and the condition of the bodv shows that the crime was oommitled about the time of his disappearance. Bobberv was the motive. J Arrival of tlio *'lly of Poking. [special, to Tint hkntikel.3 Ban Francisco, Feb. 24_The City of Peking arrived at this port to-day 32 days from Hongkong, 22 from Yokohama and nine from Honolulu. 8ho left Yokohama with 338 Japanese passengers, bound for Honolulu, at which place they were lauded.1 LOCAL AND OTIIEK JOTS. Scrap* from Ibx of tli« Sentinel'* lloporter. Theto are quiet days around town. Yesterday’s quotation of silver, ft 02H. Hon. Tom liobinson, of Newark, is in town. Eureka Con. stock was quotod yesterday at $2 90 a share. Cats are so numerous in Piocbe as to be a positive nuisance. John 8. Capron loft yesterday for a couple of months’ visit at San Francisco. Mr. M. Levy, a brother of our dry goods merchant, left for his home in Virginia City yesterday. Dressed pork was sold on Main street yesterday by ranchers tor six and eight cents a pound. Judge Itives and wife entertained ten or a dozen friends Tuesday evening. A very pleasant affair. Joe Mendes and Lntber Clark are in Taylor, seeing what the prospects aro for another saloon there. A New York correspondent says that a mining boom has just been started in the East, aud that speculation in minos thero is becoming popular. The family of Mr. H. H. Conklin aro ar ranging to leave for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will reside.' ' Alec McKay is soliciting for the North western Masonic Aid Association, Chicago —one of the best insurance institutions of the plan in America, The Dunderberg Mining Company is doing considerable dead work in the Home Ticket and Lord Byron mines, in order to open out new blocks of ground. “What are the last teeth that come?” asked an Eureka teacher of her class in physiology. “ False teeth, mum,” replied a boy who had just woke up on the back seat. From a member of the Committee on Arrangements of the masquerade ball given recently by the Knights of Pythias, we learn that the sum of $116 25 was netted. I.ast Thursday afternoon John Loag, a nativo of Wales and aged about 55 years, was found dead in his cabin at Candelaria. It is believed his death waB caused by asthma. The population of Bullionville, Lincoln county, comprises, outside of the Chinese, 80 men, 17 women and 26 children. Sixty one of the former are working for the Bullionville Smelting Company. Last Saturday's San Francisco Post: Mr. and Mrs. George W. Handy, accom panied by Governor and Mrs. J. W. Adams, of Carson City, Novada, have been spending a few days at Monterey. The Richmond Company shipped yester day through Wells, Fargo A Co.'s express seven bars of bullion valued at $15,888 81. There were four bars of the precious mate rial, valued at $8,21)9 64, that passed through from the south. The Sweetwater Mining Company at Hamilton are doing considerable dead work at present, preparatory to extensive operations the comiDg Summer. Col. Joe Grandelmever is extracting some good ore from the Fay and Imperial mines. Fraurmtli'X Euchre at Hamilton. Hamilton, Not., Feb. 20, 1886. Editou Sentinel: A progressive euchre and a surprise parly combioed was giveii Miss Minuie Peters last Thursday evening, that being her birthday, which proved to be a very enjoyable and delightful a flair. It took plaoe at the residence of Mrs. Don ahne. The euchre game commenced shortly after 9 o’clock with five sets of tables, and continued until about 11:30 p. m., when those having tbe highest number of gilt stars wero presented with prizes, as were also those having tbe highest number of booby stars. Miss A. Muir won the tirst lady's prize, and Mrs. Sampson the lady’s booby prize. Frank Paul won the gentle man’s booby prize, and your Bcribe tbe tirst prize on the gents’ side. After the presentation of the prizes a collation, con sisting of sweets, and a variety of delicious cakes, and Delmouaoo coffee, was served. The evening's enjoyments closed with musio and singing by tbe Hamilton Glee Club, headed by Hon. it. Bush, after whioh the guests took their departure. The following ladies and gentlemen were present: Mrs. A. Muir, Mrs. J. B. Mathew son, Mrs. 0. A. Mathewson, Mrs. R. M. Peters, Mrs. W. G. Brown, Mrs. W. Samp son, Mrs. T. Weer, Miss Etta Mau, Miss] Ella Mathewson, Miss Minnie Peters, Mies Agnes Timson, Miss Laura Sampson, Messrs. A Muir, J. B. Mathewson, .T. Mo Kernan. J. O. Doyle, Frank Paul. J. Mc Lane, J. Tingley, C. Peters and Hon. H. Bush, Jr. J. G. A P«elUc fable Wanted. [SPECIAL TO TUE SENTINEL.] San Francisco, Feb. 24.—The Trustees of tho Chamber of Commerce held a con ference this afternoon with Sir Alexander Stewart, ex-Premier of Australia, to take action toward securing a subsidy from the (iovemment of the United States to aid in the construction and maintenance of a cable between this country and Australia. A resolution was adopted by the Trustees, requesting tho California congressional delegation to use its efforts to assist the project. • Traveling. [SPECIAL TO TUB SENTINEL.1 Sam Francisco, Feb. 24.—But slight changes have taken plaoe in the railroad fight. Passenger rates have deollned somewhat. Tbo latest rates Hinted to-day are: New York, unlimited, $77; limited, $G3; third class, $35. Chicago, unlimited, $U2 50; limited, $50; third class $23. Freight is now being taken at 50 per oent reduction on old schedule rates. The At lautio and Pacific still maintains its old rates on unlimited tiokets. Exonerated from Illume. [SPECIAL TO TUB SENTINEL.) San Francisco, Feb. 24.—In the case of the killing of John Whitemarsh and Rich ard Oa'rroll on board the Mariposa during her last trip from Honolulu, the Coroner’s jury at Honolulu returned a verdiot that they met their death by the accidental springing of a Hue sheet, wbioh oaused thorn to bo scalded to death. The officers of the vessel were exonerated from all blame in tbo matter, A Jflangliter of' Price*. A. Tuczck is slaughtering prices on the Chicago Electric Lamps. He now sells them at the following reduced rates, vie: Fount No. 1, $7 50. Oold Fount, (com plete), $8. Gold Fount, (extension hang ers with shade), $5. Standing I.amps from $4 50 to $5. He has just delivered twenty of those lamps to the E. A. P. li lt. Co., who have discarded all of their old lamps, and now use only the Chicago Electric Lamps. * For the Sknti.vkl. OUT OF TUB It EFT IIS. Poor Erin, ol' *11 graces thou but bun long bereft, And sighs and tears and groans alone are all that thou hast left. To savo thee from this wretched fate, hut thon within thy walla One noble aon to whom tby state for vindica tion calls 1 Within tby desolated space wbat voice In answering tone Olves back the sound of saving gTace which Freedom makes thine own ? What soul responds to Freedom’s light, when once her star shall beam On fair Erena'a landscape bright o'u mount and vale and stream ? Yes, one there la whose f slntest breath vibrates the echoing sound, And sends It thundering on the broeze through all the regions round. From Wicklow's murmuring waterfalls the answering cry is heard, The oagle whom she nursod awhile shall be the soaring bird. Oh, grant him Bampson’e towering strength and David’s skill in fight. And Hector's dauntleu courage blent with Michael's angel might. And gird him with the flaming sword, which guard* tli# Tree of Life, That he with weapon thus divine may quickly end the strife. That every hand sgalnst him raised In palsied fear may fall, And every tongue that bondage praised may filter drops of gall; And every heart that answers not the thrilling flame that burns On Freedom’s altar sacred spot be doomed to Eblls’ urns. May loathsome reptiles round It crawl and slimy serpents hiss, And all the demons on It fall for craven * thoughts like this. May every foul nocturnal bird upon Its vitals prey, And every evil spirit herd around It night and day. May dark despair its portion be, and poisoned stings of hate, And all the venomous things that be, upon It ceaseless watt. But he who joins the patriot band devoted to ohr cause, Bhall win unending deathless fame—a nation's loud applause. May every good that life can yield around his pathway grow— The meed of praise which heroes get all men on him bestow. Immortal sages trace his name In thrilling lines of fire, Indue the coming ages with raptures of desire. To emulate toe heroic deed! of Parnell • sacred bend. And with It might hive been their fete to lend e helping hend. The greetect loee their llvee mey know la, thet tbet they lived too lete To help thet breve, lmmortel chief to free hie noble Stete, Artee! O'Oonnell'a iplrlt, end from the client tomb Roll beck the atone of tyrenny thet sealgd your country ’a doom. Arise! erlae! Hla countrymen. Tonr motto, •• Do or die." Be worthy of the netnca ye beer—make Right your battle cry. Be death to every tyrant who dwella within your lend. Leave hydra-headed bigotry no place upon your atrand. Give every man a perfect right to choae hla mode of faith; Tile only crown your kinga should wear would be a laurel wreath. Arlae, and float your banner o’er church and fort and wall; The aunburet flame of Liberty flash forth from but and hall; Indue the peasant tenantry with Freedom's sacred Are, And teach your tyrant landlord* to human rights aspire. Noraelflah greed, nor lust of gold, their future lives may sway, For human rights and human love we ball the coming day. To raise you from the depths of woe two savior* have arlaen. Go blazon forth their sacred names before the highest heaven. For Gladstone twine Immortal wreathes of bays— All nations join in sounding Parnell’s praise. —Mabt T. Boaik. Eureka, Xev. Feb, 23,1886. The Wtckerahnm Murderer. [SPECIAL TO Till BEN'TIMKL. ] 8an Fbancisco, Feb. 24.—In the matter of tbe arreBt of Aug Tai Duck, the mur derer of tbe Wickershams near Cloverdale, tbo following dispatch was received by the Chinese Consul General at this oily to-day: •‘Aug Tai Duck was arrested by the Jap anese Government. The Secretary of State baa determined to release him to go to HoDgkoog." This was oommunicated to Chief of l’olieo Crowley, who then sent the following dispatch to Senator Stanford at Washington: “ Governor Stoneman made a request of the Japanese Government by cable to arrest tbe murderer. Subse quently a full set of papers made by the Governor, accompanied with several af fidavits. all certified by tbe Japanese Con an), were sent pa the 10th instant. Have received a cablegram to-day. The Jap anese Government intends to release him. To make certain it would be well to induce the British Government to arrest him at Hongkong. State in dispatch to arrest Chinaman that was arrosted at Yokohama. That will identify him. The steamer is expected to arrive at Hongkong to-day.” A New l.ot of Electric I.niups. Mr. A. Tuczek, sole agent for the Chi cago Electric Lamps in Nevada, yesterday reoeived from the manufacturers a large and varied assortment of those splendid lamps. Persons wishing to examiue them oan do so by calling on tbe agent, three doors south of tbo City Brewery, on North Main street. Tbe lamps oan be seen burn ing at the Eureka County Bank and at several saloons about town. * Will Arrive Seen. W V Everett, the practical cutter and agent for Joe Poheim’s tailoring estab lishment in San Francisco, will arrive here in a few days with an elegant aud ex tensive assortment of Spring suitiugs. Joe Poheitn makes the best fitting clothes of anv eetablishmeut in Sau Francisoo. Call on Everett at the Jaokson House when^he arrives here. , P. J. corsets, $ 1 ^15, at Harris A Mathews’. MINKKAL HILL. “TnniBHo” NoikIh tli« ■■He*tlni>l” Another Uoaslpjr null Iiitereating Letter. Mineral Hill, Feb. 23, 18RG, Editor 8entinel: The all-absorbing problem agitating the tonne of the Paciflo Coast at present, viz., “ How shall wo get rid of theChinose?” was more effectually solved in this town than in any other place wo have beard of. The pigtails of high and low degree gradually diminished un der l successful boycott, until only one poor specimen remainod. He called him self Lie Tung, but the boys dubbed him “Lie’’for short, usually accompanied by significant expletives more or less forcible. Lie had evidently taken Consul Boe’s ad vice and come to stay. Ho was a good stayer. He held out for a loDg time. His diversified accomplishments endeared him to the hearts of a few sontimentally-in clined persons, but the boys were deter mined he Bhould go. Lie was a cook, also a washwoman, a chambermaid, and, in an emergency, a wet nurse of questionable utility. He could say “ muck-a-hi-lo ” in the most savage style, and get away with as many of the neighbors' chickens as any other Celestial. Taking him all in all, Lie was a perfect type of his class—in faot, a daisy. But he had to go. Some of the boys got a little desperate one evening, and after filling him up with “samshoo,” roped him into a poker game. That set tled the business. In less than two hours Lie was broke—dead broke, fiat broke, all broke up. His shekels left him like chaff before a fourteen-knot breeze, and the next morning, while Morpheus still held peace ful citizens in tranquil repose, dreaming, perhaps, of the sweet bye and bye, and the good times coming when Sherman quits tinkering with the silver bill, and while only the butcher and the baker were astir, Lie packed his goods in his Califor nia trunk (barley sack) and slipped quietly toward the railroad. Whither ho went is only conjecture. That he left is a dead moral certainty, and the boys are once more happy. Au rovour, Lie. May you never reach Chioago to blow soap bubbles in a Christian Sunday school entertain ment; but may you strike a bee-line for the Flowery Kingdom, and there take unto tbee a saffron-colored damsel and be happy, and give some good industrious white girl an opportunity to make an hon est, virtuous living in this section. Daring the dull times here quite a number of oar good people took a sadden inclination or determination to visit San Franoisco. Among the number was J. L. Thompson, a stirring business man of this section. It has been hinted that he has gone to seek a better half. Person* ally we are not confident that he is matri monially inclined. Yet we have the authority of Tennyson that "In the Spring a yoang man's fancy lightly tarns to thoughts of love," and he can be gra ciously recommended to the fair sex at the Bay. The loDg spell of fine weather bag been taken advantage of by' builders, and con siderable building and repairing is going on—preparing, as it were, for the anticip ated Spring boom. A social dance and general good time at Maple's ranch, in Pine Valley, was the social evont of the last week. Those who participated pronounce it a very enjoyable affair. Parties from here, Palisade, and all along the line were present. After a very successful run the mill at this place olosed down last month for necoessary repairs. It is thought opera tions will not again be assumed for, perhaps, a month or six weeks yet. Tomaso. The Chicago Electric Lamp. P. Iljul yesterday received a largo as sortment of the celebrated Chicago Eleo trio Lamps, and sold them all before night. He has telegraphed for a duplicate consignment, whioli will arrive here in about a week. He hag also received a lot of elegant gilt and silk plush moldings for oil paintings, etc. _ * "DDD" will improve the appetite—at Capron’8. _ * "DDD” will positively cure dyspepsia —at Capron’s. * OThe BUYERS’ GUIDE U issued March and Sept., each year. Or i!16 pages, 8% x 11% Inches,with over 3,BOO illustrations — a whole Picture Gallery. GIVES Wholesale Prices direct to consumert on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives exact cost of every thing you use, eat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These INVALUABLE BOOKS contain information gleaned from the markets of the world. We will mail a copy FREE to any ad dress upon receipt of 10 ets. to defray expense of mailing. Let us hear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD St CO. 227 & 229 Wabash Avenue* Chicago* 1U Oui Simms. Luthsb Clam. PALACE SALOON! CLARK & SIMMS, PROP’RS. This new and attbaotive resort hsi just been opened, end Is the finest es tablishment of the kind In Enreks. Connected with the house are nest, oozy snd comfortable PRIVATE CLUB ROOMS. None but the choloest and very bes Liquors snd Cigars will bo dispensed to patrons. Fine Billiard and Fool Table* Have been added to the establishment. An Elegant Lunch nerved every Evening and at Noon. GEORGE GAVIN. But Bids North Mein Street, below Poetofflce. Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. Particular attention paid to Roofing, Plumb ing, Etc. (TAi. worh done with dtipeloh Md el the loweet price*. Eoreke.Oet. 1.1881.oltf Song and Dance Shoes, LANOABHIBS AND OTHER ftOBS, ALL ■lie; Tight*. Wlge. Bpenglei, Gold end Silver Leoea, Temborlne*. B.njoi, FALSE STONE JKWKLBY for make-tip, end every, thing for kflnitreli eud Theetere. WK BEND BY MAIL OR 0. O. D. A» oar good* come direct from Europe, we defy competition in the United State.. Bend for prlou. **• THAN J ONE I’ll, I«1 «1»F "treet, Ben Vrenol.co, Oel. eeS-lydkw NE\\ TO-DAY. Unprecedented Bargains All Goods Harked Way Down! MORRIS & LEVY, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. WANT OF SPACE WILL ALLOW US TO NOTE ONLY A FEW OF OUB OENBINE BABOAINB. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. EVERYTHING REDUCED Mohair Sultinge, In great variety, at ‘Jo., lJHo. and 15c. per yard. Worth fully double the money. All-Wool Oamelhalr Sergee, in all shades. reduced. _ Our All-Wool Plahlo, RnltlrKH, Benolea, In fact, our entire atoc* of Dreaa flood* la out down lu price. Silk. Velvet and Plush Department. 8ilks, Velvet* and Plushes greatly reduced. Brocaded Silks and Velvets at a great bar* gain. (ireat reduction in Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Lace aud Embroidery. Ladies’ Blue Jerseys reduced to 50c. apiece. Ladles' MuBlin Chemise and Drawers re duced to 25c. apiece. The celebrated P. J. Corsets at $1 37 H a pair. Twelve yards genuine Fruit of the Loom for )1. Ten yards genuine Lonsdale Cambric for $1. Sixteen yards Heavy Gingham for $1. 10-4 wide Heavy Bleaohed Sheeting reduced to 25c. per yard. Fourteen yards Heavy 36-lnah wide Tin bleached Muslin for SI. One bale of Comforters closed out at 76o. apiece. All colors In fine German Yarn 26c. a skein. All Shades of Berlin Zephyr 5c. per ounce. Ladles Wool Hose at 1214c. a pair. Our Cloaks reduced to one-half their former prices. . . Children’s Cloaks at SI 50 and *a apiece and upwards. _ Our Children’s and Ladles Hats at a sacri fice. In fact, every thing reduced, as wears about to take up stock Call early and secure bargains. Samples sont on application, and orders honestly and promptly filled. Respectfully, MORRIS & 1J2VY. j»17 MISCELLANEOUS. The Empire Saloon. GC8 UIN'TZK. i i : t Proprietor Thib hew and attbactive reboot hu lust been refitted, end ta one of the fineet ostebllshments of tbe kind In Enreke. Oonnected with tbe home ere 0017 end oonc forteble PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS And the Qeming Depertment le complete In ev ery reipeot. None bat the choloeet end vory best of LI. qaore end Olgere will be dispensed to pstrone. DRINBN, 13 X CEBITS. Enreke, Sept. 18,1888. el9-tf LIVERY. PATRICK BTANTON. FORMERLY HOB tlor for Sweeney & Kermeen, bee leased tbe Nickals Stable, and is prepared to BOARD HORSES By tbe Day', Week or Montb, And will endoavor to give satisfaction, both in price and attention to stock. Be has always on band, also, a line outfit of SADDLE HORSES. Give blm a trial. auJ7 p. J. STANTON. Variety Store, NORTH MAIN STREET, TWO DOOR9 BELOW THE POBTOFFICB, L. BOAS, Proprietor, WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND tbe best assortment of Fancy null Holiday UoodH, Station ery, Cuttlery ; also, a Fine Lot of Untie, Pletole, Ammunition, Tobacco, Cigitrs, anti tbe lleet Quality of Califor nia BiickeklnUloves. I will sell everythin# at the lowest cash price, and defy competition. Call on rue and convince yourself. L. BOAS. Eureka, Bee 1,1885. d2-lm McKENNEY’S Pacific Coast Directory ... INCLUDING. ... California. Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Arizona and New Mexico. About 1,000 Paget; Over 1,000 Towca llepr. eentod; Containing 30,000 Names of Bust* neat and Professional Mon. L. M. McKHNETY CO., Pllillslim, 424 Montgomery it.. Boom 22, 8. F. 0*1. 689 Twouty-fonrth street, Oakland. nl5-3in HYUICTAS SALOON .IS NOW KEPT BY. C. C. FALL, ON SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA, NEVADA. B 0Y8, GIVE THE OLD OBIPPLE A CALL The heat Llqnon aud Cigars In the mar ket constantly on hand. jy22-lm dJj'TfT FEB MONTH FOB AMENTS JJ) l O Local or traveling. Five best sell ng art clea iu the world. Bend two-cent tamp for terms. Address, M. F. TURUKLL 4 00., Somerset Mich au8-ly Cards, neatly printed, with the words “For Bent/' "For Bale” aud "Furnished Booms To Let,” in large letters, oau be had at this ofiioe at 25 cents each. MISCELLANEOUS JOHN W. LAMBERT, North Alaiu Street, Karelia, ..DEALER IV. GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS „....ALI»U. All Kinds of_Fresh Fruits. Fresh Fish Received Every Day Country Produce a Specialty* FOB CASH, I will I«u Good, cheaper than any house In town. Call anil examine my outdt, at the old store on Main street. Eureka, Feb. 3,18B5. t 4 Chas. Ferraris, SOUTH MAIN ST.. EUREKA, NEV. Pioneer and Practical BOOTMAKER. -DEALER IN Ladies’, Gents’, Misses’, Boys,’ Youths’ and Children’s Boots and Shoes. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TUKW above goods baa just bean received. Custom work a specialty. Repairing done on abort notice. AIho, tbe following srtlclea always on band, sucb as THE CELEBttATKD, PHlLO-PODO (The friend of the feet), the Alma Polish, the T. M. French Boot Blackiug, And all other findings. Although I do not sell for less than coat, my prices are very reasonable, and those who buy for cash will save money by coming and examining my goods and prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Eureka. Hep. 8, 1885. siMf VALENTINES ! Valentines S VALE NTINES! At All Prices ! At All Prices! At All Prices! AT THE Postoffice News Stand Eureka, Jail. 18,188G. NOTICE. ■VfOlICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE XI appointed Simeon Weubau my Agent to look After aud protect the property end inter ests of the estate of J. W. Doau, deceased, aud M. Fitzgerald to assist him, and tin y are authorised to take any and all steps necessary lor that purpose. EVA J. DEAN. Administratrix of the estate of J. W. Dean, deceased. Eureka, Nevada, Oct. 12, 1885. o!3-tf Fire, Fire, Firel THE UNDERSIGNED HIRED Y AN. ucunces to the citizens of Eureka that he in prepared to GLEAN CHIMNEY8 and setup atov« h and do all that kind of work, and give satisfaction. Orders can be left at the Opera House. „ J. II WOODS d22»l*n Eureka, Dec. 21,1885.