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SiEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
^^Intelligence. I* Arrive this Merulne. FOR KORKRA I . •„ ..lidcb'n Master Levin Mrs Le«n *»d d cu n Major McCoy ImH.,.,, Mis* K Hill Musk l*111 \v in KJar ards j-juton for ramilto*. Miss A Allan M “ .Mater '^Arrivals and Departure*. Yesterday's Arrivals t _ *, |„ VRITCHARo’S htauk us*. „ . J Dorsey Y Burns H h , oyIo E K/nn-dr s vVilliam, A 1 , n^v M O’l.rion Mr.,'?wv tteoW Norton UcE»»y d Consadine ^ If ff K TTBO STACK I.I3K. B ^^Yesterday's Departure* t ,T «r. i„ rt f Rako’s htauk lira ^ McDonald £ u^.on V I hobsben Suh Mcdm* X McLellan f USCllODKoD^,^ STOCK report. Sa* KgA-SOiaue. A»ril 28. gnesiso roa»ii. j7W Oehir-OM 10: .y»0‘ u Butt lielcli-r -•►JWH ,>*nif#—l i»1 »t 1 *2 Milo AN o'er, ei* -47 I! ISt.’O 47 4«Cr»«a Point—tSC *>'4 :**W» V, y.|lo»Jecl«*t—*7 87,t»7 ■0 tiui'ir. Mill-li.S llil kentock-1' «> b» 1“ • l|i» All b*-27 -7b:|2,,4 20 , 041 M'h A> •*•' * ,, », Co»6d nee—21 v 21 -1M 21. kO Con. Virginia—• >1 *•«/» 143 S. Neva Ja- 13'• _ „ im CaliforiiiA—'*4 »FD4 83*« 03,4b3 743 Hullion-iM *>2 ♦*! U3 2) Kirfce iiier-- GO J|.» fciMtrrrman -/•> ' *« - ? /j1 <0 Juaticir—137 * Hob3U 1 » 3 *<«•*•* gji Ltdv Bryan—4*4 •'>*>•4 ;*) Julia-^‘4 yiUledonU 22'4 22 ,¥D Knickerbocker—4 4V£ MIMilubo-l'v l\xH0 573 Baltimore Cun.—8 7'» 8 77* 701*iab-o Vv;»« 30j S. Hill -12 12b) 12’ * 12'4 KT NINO kiMlU. UfO M^adocr \itll«y—X ftt naymund .V K1 y— *1 30 31 ‘4 -31 ’ ^§30 |7i K ir-ka Cun. ->W 33 34 „ -i>b> »iD j'ioebrf—I 10 • Amvricm Flag—2 * lon-Jor— •As W Fitch* West -3 7> Belmont 4 ■, i'/% 7) l,M«-iun ~2‘m 3D Chor ry Cr*>«k—1! % 4*1 l.*o *ar«4—12 ? 13 9 4"0 I tf r-*on—7 4 8 «) Gila—v, I NI G. Chariot—8'4 8 ID Ma Klmoro—4 9 11D .S. Chariot 1 4 2 2'.br<9 •iiJ A'nr Kaglo— • 1 ffl I’ooruau 8 7 7 v 8*4 l*» Da.too -'5 783 ok'k t«!«n<l—7 , 7 ^ 7 1'3N. Y. Con 2 4 2 » •0 Oci i'l -nfal c* * 10» Senator -Jl)o :t» A Ira -.3 ♦0 4m ri> an Flat 11 ll't 7J> \» ootl \) So 2 v 2- ! 400 Ko** u|, |;, W»U. Gold ilili V/% wos*g.»;. 1.-1 i». #0 Co i’t. lin\ ino »»c i 70 Andie* - » „ o a 3 « 5’ .b5 J W M id •* 8 D Florida-3 IV) 1 a iti.- I £ 1D Yi .dl* i arro—‘We lo North • ar«on Jkj l. D Co«mo|)oiitan—2 *c M i’roSl'CH’t— 1*« OH nil. *( KfrlKT. Following wore the mining stock quotations on the street at 6 o’clock last evening: Alpha, 25 bid; 27 asked; B'lehfr, 85 bid; 35'* asked; I test end Hotelier, •>.'! bid; 53 'j asked; Caled inia ~ bid; 21 asked; California. 112, t!2 .. b-'s, all sales; Chnllar, 7H; I'.mlldenue, 21 bid; *J4 asked; 4 'nn.itliditleil \*ir ginia, 450 l).'l; (‘rowti l'nin',35!. bid: Masked; Gould an I Curry, IH; Hale and Nnreross, Id; lui|wrial, »'«, Justice, |;i> asked; Kenliiok, 1»»'.; Mexican, 28',; Opbir. 10l‘4, lul!,; merman, 72'.; Itaymnnd and Klv, M bid; 52 asked; Savage, 132; Silver mU, 12 bid; Sierra Nevada, 13!i; l mon Coii-olidsieil, H<4 asked; Julia "' “J! Yellow Jack a , «7 bid; Andes, s*l Woodville, 2’d bid; Mullinn, 60. iRUK ricruiiK.—An Kastcrn picto fi ll has a wood-cut of a drowning man •“‘ini? helped out of the Humboldt river by a brave woman at Palisade, l ie lofty forest trees on the hillside, ill* , »rf, the palatial residences, ami we immense public i.uilding in the utance, are all truthful representa iionsof the great railroad metropolis tMireka county and its surround 'TJ Out. the principil feature by men the locality is recognizable is the ‘nver limbs or tbe intrepid female, p 1, n**Knlftomit calves are |>«culiar to misadean feiniiilnity and are found w no other place on the liabitablo glolie. ‘‘smte the scene beyond the pos » doubt, and we predict for lh a future no less brilliant than of oal'oor ot the portrayer Chkmatino,—Wm. Montgomery lias ** Indian employed in cremating the unct animals strewn along the road few the Consolidated furnecea. Nome cir,.« .k le i,nPudence to haul a fresh d'eJ^ i ? y«at®rday without being nosit.'8re' ’ blH tl,H l,ar' v w,,° de W* w. the» wia «mi himself in T o , 8 ’"dsance has got to be l i,.,,' a"d l(> obviate the necessity of oLTT'H’ 11 WOM,d he well tor bxlll t„!!r dt'lul “hosa” to have tlm cause, t0 a place where they will Cbo°rKw„ni‘)nuoor lmp8‘'a 11,0 CoURT-—Justice Beatty yos of ufy' 8livered his opinion in the case *hh die defendant charged or,,aM''®of mayhem. His Hon oring fbri|!'a[1!l18 ®xalni,l,t,|on failed to rant a convbi/®‘!l8,,t.,e!,t,m"nv to war discharged Ti" a,ntl l,Le Prisoner w“s •rsarre^i ri!S lw“ Hirhlhig butch "■Wh; rwdo,.i?n Tl,°"d iy were tilled S in fohlueren h^r"]!"U l,eing Pahl, the liberty TtiB8*r dissectors were set at *ns a* «hued previously? U°l ScUvonl Su,PMKNr.^-The Atlas 8hippod 8iv-(k) rallaad, Railroad' by the Kureka a,ul rkveii.ee: niMTRitrr. From a correspondent we learn that the mining outlook ot Reveille dis is of a most encouraging nature. New developments are constantly being made in the Gila mine, as the explora tions proceed, end ore of a superior grade lias been found in the new tun iii I, at a distance of 120 feet from the mouth. This is said to be the most important strike yet made, the ledge giving every indication of perma nence and of tlie existence of a true fissure vein. By the wet-crushing process the mill crushed 4H tons of ore, yielding $12,000, and with tlie change to dry crushing far more favorable re turns are anticipated. The alterations of tlie mill are now about completed, and it will be again in motion by tlie 20th instant. Lumber and plates for tlie mill are daily expected to arrive from Belmont, when active operations will be resumed. The sue ess attend ing tlie explorations in tlie Gila mine lias caused a number of prospectors to hunt for ledges in the hills. Sev eral are said to have been successful in their searchings, and before tlie season is much advanced it is expected that several of (lie new locations will he sufficiently developed to help in aug menting the bullion product of the district. Back from Panamint.—William W ere Wolsesberger, or, as lie is more generally known, “Uncle Billy B. Damned," returned yesterday from Panamint. He journeyed on foot, walking tlie entire distance, 4(1.") miles, in seventeen days. He does not giae a very flattering account of the south ern country; says there are now about one hundred men in tlie camp, which is a “bilk;” that it may amount to something in lime, hut that Como, its neighbor, is far better. He met sever al Kurekans, but none had made their fortune, and did not like to w alk out ol tow n. Uncle Billy found Uero Gordo, and the other mining camps, ‘'dead a a door nail.” He passed through Co lumbus ami saw- the borax works at lt;g Pine, but del not, until lie struck l'ybo, limi any signs of life; that camp impressed him favorably. The region in and about Panamint is over run wi ii “guerrillas,” road-agents, an ! others of that ilk, and no man’s life is safe. Tlie day lie left tlie stage was st op [Hid ami J. McVey ami M. Ashim, isnli of Kureka, two of tlie passengers, were roblied. Billy is glad to get back to Kurek ». When lie left lie thought it a “lit tough,” hut u >w he is satisfied, ami will, in a day or so, lieal his ohl business again. Thanks.—The Weaver Bros, will accept our thanks for a bract? of boxes of luscious strawberries sent to tlii otBce yesterday morning. They were lie largest and finest that we have seen in tins market and produced a de dgh ftil sensation a» they gently scoot 'd down the editorial pharynx. The W. Bros, have lots more of i lie saim kind of 'ruck at their store on Sou h Main street. Kastkrn Mail. - Two pouches o letters and ten sacks of papers, a |*ir Mon of the delayed mails, were received at the l'ostoffiue yesterday and anothei ns ailment is ex|<eetetl thi* morning. •Vliout 7,000 letters were received ye* noddy and but few t»| plicalits were re fused. Tile distribution occupii d s line time. It is thought that all I e sick mail wid be delivered in thecours of a few days. Charcoal.—A nutuUir of teams are now daily arriving from the coal-pits, laden with charcoal for the furnaces. AIkhiI ii.lNIO I ushels are now in the biii« of the Blclimonti Company, and the daily receipts average il.StK) bushels. Other companies are receiving a fail proper ion, anil no trouble is now an t.cipalud tiial the supply will fall simrt. I’ohtfonki). — The Institution of Mountain Lodge, No. 27, I. O. O. F„ and the installation of its officers, to have taken place on Tuesday night, w as post (Mined for a tew days, owing o the absence of one of the charter members. Now, Then.—Now, that th'< t'oti? cu t«r> have finished work on the new (hit Fellows’ building, wonhln’t it be i tirilliunt id a to have that pile ol broken fragments of some removed from in front of the building? Received.—Loewy, the news man, lias received a portion oi tlie papers, periodicals, etc., detained for some time buck by the blockade. The re maindar nr tlip overdue papers will be received this morning. Dead.—A letter was received in town yesterday atatlng that Jack Har ris, a man well known Imre, had died at Pinolieon last Mondav night, after a few hours’ illness. He was buried on Monday. Surveying. — Engineer Norton, of the K. it P. line, returned to Eureka yesterday morning and is with hi* par ty now engaged in completing the stir vey of the Consolidated Railroad to Ruby Hill. - -- -- Eon Rent.—The basement under the now Odd Fellows building. The room is 36 by H!> feet, is perfectly tire-proof, and suitable for storage purposes. For particulars apply to W. II. Davenport. See advertisement. I. O. O. F.—Eureka Dodge, No. 22, will hold its regular weekly meeting this evening. All member* in good standing are requested to attend, as business of importance is to bo trans acted. Silver Bars.—Five bars of silver, valued at $rt,t>00, were shipped yester day, by Wells, Fargo it Co., for the KberhtinU and Aurora mine of White Pine comity. Wanted.—A good mnehine sewer will find steady employment by ap plying to Mrs. .1. C. Dock wood, next door to tiie Hoosao ofllce. Eureka Consolidated still keeps up its lick. ——j» Quince, Poach and Apple Rutter, »t Taylor’s. apJTtf Enlarged Photographs.—Having carefully ami studiously examined and inspected tin? lot of repio luccd photo graph.* just received from the East by some parlies of this town, I beg leave to announce to the public in general that I feel in every respect, either for size or execution, fully conpetent to produce as good work for the same price, ami better, too, with a slight al teration in charges. Why people should piefer sending East/or copy ing purposes, and wait two or three months lor returns, is evidently ab surd, while enlarging and reproducing lacilitics are to be found right m town, with tile ad van1 ages to inspect the work and suggest any alteration that perchance ceriain copies should re quire; and, furthermore, obtain tiie Onislied work within a week's notice. At the Cily Photograph Uallery, in this town, jobs of this kind are exe cuted every day, and the best kind of reference nr recommendation in re gard to satisfaction of past work done, can lie given; where also specimens of reproduced old piclnres to life size can be seen daily. Any card or ferro type, daguerreotype, etc., no matter how small, will he enlarged and re touched to any size desired, from cab inels up to natural size, or vice versa, from life size to carte de visile. Patronize home institutions. No flattering sample- and poor execution of orders to solicit work in this gal lery. Louis Monaco, Photographic Artist. ap'AMm Honrs, nhi The “Bonanza" For All. Irva ids, by nervous debility, dcsiriou* of again fouling the vigor of health and vim of system, should take a fdo botllos of I»n. HS.XLI Y’S UrXKMKkTi.il 1. X. I,. IflTThltS. be fore oijo bottle is laKeii they will feel the dawn of restoration, ol' returning health. No ease of dyspepsia. indigestion, loss of appetite, rheumatism, si Inuy or liver disease, has over r sin d its restorative power. Every part ol 'h h iuiiin system reijuiros and shuald re vive s istonanre and support from the st< m a* h, reg dated by the liver, it the stomach cannot s apply the a iment required, the whole system languish '-. Eortily your os gana of life with these bitters, and in a f w days you will feel ymir whole system invig orated; for ovory disease arising from disor dered Ever, sto nach or buwels.it is invalu able; it w ill revive your shattered syst> m. Dyspeptic* and person* ol bilious habit should KOept it within reach, if they value health and ease. aplo-lm The Irrepressible Sweeny's Liv ery Stable Notice.—1 have pur liased from the Walsh Brothers tLoir interest in Jtlie Nevada Livery Stable, i intend to run it in conjunction with tbe Dexter Stable, and at either place the public ohm be accommodated with ■lie finest turnouts in tile State, also •-addle horses, all at reasonable rates. Horses hoarded by the day, week or month. Attendants ready at all hours ■I the day or night. Money advanced on horses and vehicles. Any person desiring to sell or purchase will al ways rind me ready for a trade. mho Wm. Sweeny. nuem. mb i Still Further Kkouction. — We ire about ready to closeout; now is lie time to buy your medicines. All ,m cut medicines sold at cost. We .iaw on band glycerine soap, 7’> cents erbox; pills, ‘Jo ceil.s. We have also a tine assortment of perfumery, soap i iosiiel brushes, powder pox, and va . ions articles of perl'lli mery. too tin nier to mention. Will he sold or given twav in the next sixty days.’ All pat ent medicines at coast. Hickey A Do., mh’JS In the Postollice building. To the Public.—In addition to our spleii iid assortment of one hundred ditlercnt kinds of candies, we this day ilfer the very best qualities of all kinds of nuts and Oregon apples to tile families of Lureka, and to t lie pub lie in general. We shall endeavor to keep on hand a supply of the lines! fruits, nuts, etc. Please give us a call, and examine our stock, at the Indian iueen Cigar uud Stationery Store. uiliT-lm Levin A Simon. Mtti U S. mill Bead This.- We are closing out our slock o! Drugs and Patent Medicines, Fancy Articles and Stationery at .Vt/i h'r*iHci>u'0cofit. (five us a call at the Postollice building. Kvervthing tig tired down to the lowest notch. The finest <iuali;y of Bay Bum for i?l a bot tle and everything reduced in propor ion. Pills ii cents per box. d2T*t Hickey A Co. Dr. Hamilton will leave for Hamil ton, White Pine, about tlie middle of the present week, to be absent fora few days, during which time no busi ness will be done at his office. np27tf ♦ Coal Oil.—If you want genuine De von's oil—the only reliable non explos ive oil in the market—go to D. Man heiiu’s. He received 200 case* yester day. It Is the best and cheapest oil in the copntry. jalfitf ---♦ All watch work in the best satisfac tory maimer done in J. Straus’ jew elry store, by Leon Nordntan, the watchmaker and jeweler, at the Ex press office, Eureka. mh7 For Salk.—We have just received a lot of first-class work-horses, wagons and harness, for sale cheap; also an A No. 1 twiggy team. ap7tf Bishop A Carpenter. Mill It s. mill Silver Brick Lodging House.— Mrs. Dill, having leased this well known lodging house, on North Main street, is now prepared to furni'h com fortable apartmei.ts to all desiring them. The rooms are all furnished with spring beds. Terms, reasonable. ap21 lm -. ■" — Attention, Grangers!—Maupin A Cromer are just in receipt of a large stock of the best Peoria steel plows, which they oiler at prices to suit the times. apl7 Wanted—A well-furnished house for rent, in good location. Appy to Jtni. McG. Scott’s Real Estate Office. aplSlf English Breakfast and Gunpowder toas, at Taylor’s. apl7tf M 04 1 IN. mhl Bloater and Anchovy Paste, at Taylor’s. ap!7tf Guarantee—To any lady or gentle man, to become a correct waltzer in tive private lessons. L. Bach, Profes sor of dancing. 13-tfap For Sale.—A No. 1 Florence sew ing machine, by VV. P. Haskell & Co. apttl-itw Quince, Pineapple, Peach, Plum Raspberry, Strawberry and Blackberry preserves, at Taylor’s. apl7tf -- Louisiana Pepper Sauce—Just re ceived a small invoice at Taylor’s. ap24 The National Superior Vegetable Dry Hop Yeast, at Taylor's. apl7tf Mushroom Catsup, and a full line of deviled and potter meats, at Taylor’s. apl7tf EUREKA RACES 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th OF JUNE. FOUR DAYS’ RACING. $4,000 in Purses Offered! 'piIKCITIZBNSOF IURF.KA. NEVADA. 1 i f -r the lullvwi.g Purses, to he run for user tbl» WILLOWS COURSE, -COMMENCIN'# June 17th, & Ending Jane 20th, ’75. First Day, Thursday, Jane 17th; Mils and repeat; free for all horses, f73i. Sam© day, Single Dash of half milo; for ••• oml-claes horses, &X>0. Second Day, Friday^ Jane ISth, 'ingle Dash of a mile: free for all horses, S'JO. Same day, simrle Dash of half mile; free lor all horses, c4U0. Third Day, Saturday, Jane 19th, \ Three-in-l ive Race; froo for all horse*. 31/jOO. Fourth Day, Unaday. June 20th. Single Da«h of a mile for •ocond-class ln.rsos, $ Xk). Same day. Single Da>h of quar ter oi mile; froo for all horses, $2>j0. Entrance Fee, 20 per cent, of each purse. Three or more hordes to enter, and three to 'tart. Entries to close June 5th. Races to be ran according to the rules of the Sacramento Jockey club. The Track is the Best in Nevada flood accommodations on the grounds for nil horse* mid tr«i»i rs. A Brass Bn»d. consisting of ten pieces, will bo in daily attendance at tk ■ ground. D. B. I.M-MEL A CO. (Bankers.) Treasurer. ap2* GUS. B0TT0, Manager. ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. O'iDF.KKD THAT ALL BILLS AGAINST hur'l a County must be filed with th«* I’euntv l»*rk before the first Monday of each month, fully it-mi/ed. ai d stating by whom ordered; otherwise they will be laid over un til tin* next succeeding month. aJltd K 11. 11 ARMuN, Clerk. .J. STRAUS. Watches and Jewelry. I HAVE A N I’M UK It OF THE GU*. 1 best IS k gold watches over ini \ ported, just received from ^an l inn- ir, •’*3 cisco. OnoXo. I, IS-carat gold csiso t'liromi ^rapti and fly back stow winder. One IS-carat gold case Mrikiiiji: watch, with all improvements, and stem-winder. One IS carat gold case watch, culled the (■ol<l Star m iiit'Ia, stem-winder. All these watches are IS-carat gold watches, and warranted to keep correct time. A1 so, llewur.!, Diu’IMi. Swiss. Slid American mann u< turo, warranted for wne year. ftpifhf J. CvTKAl S. ’ LIVERY, FEED AND Sale BtalDlo. t’.C. CARI’KVTKR. n. RtSROI’. BISHOP & CARPENTER. OOC 1 11 MAIN ST iKE'f, NKAKI.Y Ol’PO 5 .it® the Turner House, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased ti number ol elegant turn* outs und a lot of lino saddle-horses, and m e prepared to furnish t’A tUi IAW ES, Itl'UdlH and .■SAWOI.K-HUK.'ES »t rrasonablo rate*. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month Hay and Harley or sale, liy fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hone to secure a Ian share of patronage. apftf Patronize Home Industry. ^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENOaGED IN TUI ■*rc|>nrutton ol Purr Java I'olftf. He is prepared to fill orders from all sec tions in quantities from One Pound to Ono Thousand Pounds Factory on Main street, below Pioneer R.s aurant. <^t* FOR SALE! Dmaniieim offers for sale • his building, occupied now by II. Kind, liquor denier, on Main street, 'the house (ire-proof cellar, etc., is all in good order. For | particulars, inquire at “Hays’s,” in tiaron’f | Hack building. urb^Hf MI SC EL LAN EO US. Reilly & Harrison, SUCCESSORS TO OBERFELDER & HARRISON, Fire-proof Brick Store, Main Street, Eureka, RESPECFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE people of Eureka that thoy have od hand the largest stock of General Merchandise Ever offered fer dale in Eastern Nevada, and they intend hereafter to devote particular attention to the RETAIL TRADE And hope, by strict aitention to business, fair dealings and reasonable prices, to secure a liberal share of patronage. Family Custom Especially Solicited. Their mammoth stock consist, in part, of all kinds of Croceries, Miners’ Supplies, Shelf Coods, Hardware and Cutlery, Mining and Farming Tools, Powder and Fuse, CLOTHING Gentlemen's Underwear, Famishing Goods, Gloves and Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,* Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale Invoiecg Filled at a Small Margin. MERCHANT TAILORING ! We have also on hand a largo stock direct from New York of French, English and Her man Cloths, ( assimeers, Itoeshins and Vest ings, which we aro prepared to make up in the most stylish manner from the latest pat ents trout the east, having in our employment one of the best Cutters in the Stato. 09-Goods delivered to any part of tho town FREE OF CHARGE! dia-tr Meyers & Franklin’s EMPORIUM. Prices Down! Prices Down! EVERY ARTICLE FOR SALE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES! DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. C all and See for Tourselves! MEYES &. FRANKLIN. mh7-tf MAIN STREET. El KEKA. THE ONLY CLOTHING HOUSF IN EUREKA! Jake Colin & Uro. CiO NIPAR E PRICES AND CONVINCE YOURSELVES! \tf E OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK. FOR tho thikiy pays, at in ires so lew as to induoe everybody to pur chase their CLOTHING k FURNISHING GOODS At Jake Cohn & Bro’a. m2-tf DANCING SOIREES! PROF. BACH HAS REMOVED HIS CJst Fencing Parties to Bigelow’s II a 11 I Where he will huroafter fire his regular SOIREE PARTIES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING I ap2-Uf L. BACH. Pancake Fire Brick, OF THE BEST QUALITY, For Sale Cheap ! INQUIRE OF («U JOUI «. CiPROI. MISCELLANEOUS. GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith and Cutler Begs to inform the public that he has re moved from his old stand, near the Silver Brick Saloon, to the opposite side, oa Main street, ' _ ■ext to D. Manhcim’s store, where he will ba happy to roceivo the patronage of bis former sustomers. lie also informs the publia that ho has COSSTASTIiT « If HAND The finest and largest assortment —OK— GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other article'Q the sporting line. A large assortment of Westenlielm's tiitlcry, Batchers’ '■ooln, <nli tornln-niitile t arvlugXels, Itnaors, And all other goods partaining to this line, at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, charges reasonable. Eureka. Feb. 17th. 1871. felft-tt Patronize HOME MANUFACTURES ! Gilroy Cigars and Tobaccos! MANUFACTURED BY TUB Consolidated Tobacco Co.f -•i CALIFORNIA GROWN TOBACCO! i A FULL LINE OF THE ABOVE «001)8 constantly «n band and l.r sale —at— San Francisco Prices! Freigbtvaddod, by Geo. Thacher & Co. f«20—is FOR SALE. A DWELLTNG-IIOUSE, ON DUEL ST., containing Four Large Rooms. Also, One Lot, 37sl00 Feet, On Main street. Apply to S. JOHNSON, Main street, opposite the Turner House. ap27-lm Administrator’s Sale. XT9TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I ll will, on FRIDAY', the "Oth day of April, A. D. 187a, at 1 o’clock H. w., sell at public auction the following described property, to wit: Five yokoef oxen; yokes and chains for the same; ami two wagons; all in good order, dale at Colriek’s Corral. .South Main street. Eureka. TERMS CASH. WutiD FLIPPIN, Administrator of the estate of T. S. Gorsuch, deceased. ap'JTld K K Stockholders. HOLBEKSOF KKS I1H K IN hUREKA ami vicinity are notified that 1 have this day deposited with i ax ton A Co. a copy of the K k Assessment Roll. Raxton & Co. will receive assessments and indorso certificates. W, $. KEYEJn Suporintendwnt. apJTtd l*er J. C. BkOWN. J. W. HESS, HOUSE, SIGN AND GRNAMENTAL PAINTER AND CRAINER. Ordors left at W. P. 11 ASK ELL & CO’S furniture store will bo promptly attended to. npll-t f OX TEAMS WANTED ! Ox Teams are Wanted IX)R HAULING 200,000 FEET OF LUM ber per in nth. commencing the first day of May and to continue until Decomber lir»t. mh'T'-tf GEO. W. LAMOUREIW. NOTICE. Having pukchased the well known saloon at the corner of Main anti Bateman streets, heretofore owned by M. Walsh the proprietor will be pleased tc meet his many friemls to test his superior stock of liquors, wines and cigars. Cull and tost the hospitalities of fo28-tf D. LOONY. PACIFIC CLUB. All members ok pacikig club will take notice that their meetings for practice will be on i'ltesilay, I'rhlny anil Kiiii.!h,y Kteulagt^ at 7H o’clock, sharp, Wells, Kurgn A C. ’s time, apl i-lm CIIAS. lTJCilS, Leader. FOR SALE, ALODGiMi-Hol'.*E AND HOTEL ArA property. Lot 17 by 80 foot, with f irnislmd room—now furniture. Will sell on • ••a«y terms. Come and examine the prem ises. 8. it. WYMAN, _ Girl Wanted. A YOUNG ftlRL, K»U bTKKN OR Six teen years old, can obtain a situation as mirse girl by inuuirin,* at the rosidojiee of J. C. lirown, South Spring *troet. ajaJ^lw NOTICE! To (’liaries Winter, John Rcliott bailee nn.l Hr. March: \rOII WILL TAKE NOTICE THAT I, the undersigned, have performed labtr, in accordance with the act of Congress ap proved May It), A. D. 11*72, to *he amount of three hundred and forty dollars—$.'<10— i. gold coin, on the "Stella” mine, in New York Hill in Now Y ork Canyon, in the Eureka Min ing District, County of Eureka and State of Neruda; that such mine is now owned a* follows, vis: Charles Winter.‘JflO feet John Sehotthauee.v.lug " Dr. Starch.liM “ and the undersigned.100 “ That unless you ami, each of you, within ninety—SHI— days pay your proportion at said amount, your, and each of your, interest in -aid mine will become my property. T his notice is given you and each of you by publi cation, iu accordance with section .> of tee act of Congress aforesaid, entitled “An act to pro mote tb" d •vclopmcut of the mining resource, ,ut the United Mates.” ltENKY VAN APPEN January 3Jd, lb76. jad -Erwl-Od