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ttripUoM for th• »*»T AJ, person. in Eu ,h:.“0” inS for .ubacriplioni will make lament ^^ LOCAL^NTEp^CENCE* fJIT-r-ra to Arrive thl* Jfurulu*. roa kurkba : i n.rflBV J Manning S«muel Hawley ^ Stanton JStfttf.,,, J J Miller & Miller »*«• I,ailana 1 KOR BAHILTOR. Ktllia Baddenoourt M (lallagher • Arrivals and Departures. Yesterday's Arrival* t „ „ i_ pritoharii’r rtaok lirr. „ " MajWW McCoy ® i Invin and Mine l.i/lie Mill » Mi*» Eva llill jhSSrtM VV m Edwards Yesterday's De|Mtrtures i |T f. |j# ftlTCUAtw’H HTAOK L.IKB* . .ii„n DrCHamilton jf^iuroy" MStew.ll 1 D»tU —r—— a -g srocit flBFoar. Sab Kbabcisoo, April 29. bobbibo boabd. an opbir-ioiw. 1-545 MBBICM-dW v -H . b-OXto 1® Sffi-ii’o'. w jw jK> liBl*4*'»,erwif7-V v4Sb"0 15 370 Crown '’“"•‘-•H’J Jy'4 2.5 y.UewJBekjt-M e»*' » 150 Iinpyi**-*,8 a *;» jb'>0 ii0 Kiui'ire Mill 10 Kentufk-1 * l» 4 4.1 Alpk»-» *»'*,*»*•/$ <> jj Member -35 31/4 HI ? h'cm. Vinrini»-A««7H«7 Hi S. .VohbJb—13 ^««« llffl liullion-Kioi1:w I'i Oteraai.—<1 •• 7*7171/% 10 fciehe«|iwr—H90 ji) £<jf. Belch r-10i 41 Justice— 1 -2' t 400 giceor-lW 8211 own Lon.—8 j •»/ a .Vi Lady tyryan—V4 ft® Julia-9'* 9' ■ 9‘4 8A) Caledonia -22 22! 4 \i KnicKerbocker—4*«l'4 i 470 Baltimore Con.—87*4 7}* jj Utah—r$ 40 tilub♦-!;* Kf KTfl'tO BOARD. 4'9 Moadow Valley—8 4 ^'» 2M0 t.aymond A Kly—52 52 « 1 0 K ir ka Con. — A 1.50 i locho—4 » 4 500 Condor—50c 1*0 IMuionl -4 * 4v; 170 Monitor, Belmont—75o 1U(J llye I'at.h —2 i0 Prussian -2 * 4'RJ Lwi'irii-H 1 71 J-lf .rson—8 8^9 8‘ ..*90 jOO <lilg—t'i «» Mansliold —8 4 Ml (i. Chariot—8 „ 8'* 8:* f’i 41) Ida Kinmro—» , 'i-4 1170 S. i hartot 1 h 1>a i.i) iVar i’.mkIo— > M0 t'uorttian o 77 y,7'i •>ii Kin; iro. i«ldho—2 % ltilull -12 6i ChalKnf —7 120 L»a> toil-2 * 2M 410 Luck Island—7 • 7'4 411 N. V. O n- -2 4 2'h 1J0 iiecidomal 5‘* l 0 Senator aOc \r*\ Am rican Hat—11*4 11 v«l>70 .00 ijrler-1* l. W 8 oodt ille—H H'd 8’* 8* i *2*» K<**tith—1*4 I « I »• ** 3j) *>. Hold IIill—o 4 H , J;4 10 Sof. It. t.-l 10» Andes—rt i'i Ji I Midi I -8 •4) Honda—3 *» IVifio-l*; Vi . too North i arson—25c 2>» (1. Hence— I 10* Niagara—flOe 511 Prospect—• * 4 3’4 ON Mi I. N 1KI.KT. Following were the mining slock quotations on the street at 6 o’clock last evening: Alpha, 24 25; Belcher, 35; Best and Belcher, 65)4 65; Cale donia, 22)4 2.V4; California, 61 63)4; Cballar, To', 76; Con. Virginia, 445; drown Point. 35: Kxcheqnor, 306; (jouldand tlurry, 19)» if*',; H do aod Norcros*, 14 4.5; Imperial, ,s)< 9; Ken tuok, 15)4 hi; Mexican, 2S Ophlr, 1*154 101; Overman, 7272*4: H ivuioiid anl Kly, 52)4 52; Savage, 130 134; Sil ver Hill, 11)4 12; Sierra Nevada, 12), M; Union Con., S; Andes, 5), 5'i; Yel low Jacket. 85 8k; Woodville, 3V,; >*iy Bryan 5 5)4; Bullion, 55 53. Thk Vaos.—That das* of our popu lation that intuitively led that they are fit subjoin* under the vagrant aet, feel » Utile alarmed that they w ill have to • tber hunt a job or leave Uih town when ilia few days of grace have ex pired and ttie otHcers * arv in on the Mi'l. Several of them are devising methods w hereby they can avoid be ing "vagged,” and a few laugh at the matter and seem to defy the luvv. The stool pigeon" da's* seem to take thing* ea*y and say they are not likely a fihtrotihled in plying tiieir vocation. Aallfcreuce of opinion helween them *"'} l|ie olHi-ers will doubtless uriso, •nil unies* they display some visible mwns of support, they, in common with others, wilt have a chance of •pending the next 4th of July in the county Jail. Ihqji to bk Movkd.—The Stockton ! r*l.) Independent has reliable au thority for statin# that the railroad ron, amounting to three hundred and Bn« ! !on*> "h*PP«‘i to that city and ww piled up on the tmnk or Mormon forthe Stockton and lone Kail »iii wi ,0 removed in a lew days, Z > o: her material of tlie Stockton »hi... . 9 Hailroad Company, to lie eliX, m PuliKi4,,B' t<> be • iseil in tlie ruin* v° il,n Palisade and Ku Uu-.!T0'V</Il,,«e Kailroad. This la k “‘'W* the iron horse will lie .ureka betore many mouths. Matrimonial. — lty yesterday’s a rom New York we are in receipt MrlnunVD?lon’,oxteni,B'1 by Mr. and the ,n J!rnih,“’ to lje present at ter Km, 8U wre,nonT of their dau#h K.^".ueloberfeldcr, ft, - Sfe Pll<^h.%°r lhbl P‘*»-‘ Il ‘s to lure ot otlio. t^8*! l>roxbtto, but a pres »P»ncel or iT'T* Pre' eats our ac gra’ ulate Mu.1'* invitation. We con hopeK“S:,0" (food luck, and •borea^'"* and “ia bride once the ITiUn**!.0H,The trains on Bin-, on n a' 1'<! Poa<* are aHa*n ruti kave all arrivofi*1* 0Verdue n>ails will iar«o tmouttt la^tm »“ dav or so- A bt U still forthcoming. Mill-: II.VIEI* N('A>I)AI« “I hate scandal just as much as you do, and I don’t think any one can say I was ever guilty of it.” Such was tlie remark that we over heard yesterday,while passing through one of the streets in the more thickly populated portions of town. It struck us forcibly. The speaker was leaning over a fence, carelessly swinging a dirty dish rag, and her companion was tlie next door neighbor. Some thing was on tlie tapis, and we found it convenient to pause in our ramble and silently admire the wonders of Nature, taking eare to lie within car-shot of tlie parlies engaged m conversation. “I scorn to make mischief; I have opportunities enough to talk if I had a mind to; every one knows that; hut i detest scandal. I never repeat what I bear; never lisp a word, except to some safe person, like you, my dear, who can tie trusted. Why, only last even ing, who do you think I saw walking past our house, as brazen as you please, but Mr.-and Mrs.-; and she a married woman I walkiug close to gether and talking so confidentially that one would suppose that they were engaged lovers,” “There goes Mr.-; poor man, lie got more Mian he bargained tor when lie married; folks say she can’t cook a doceni meal of victuals, and no one knows how they ever pay a Chi naman to do the work.” “ Did von hear about the coming wedding? Being kepi strictly private; but I managed to hear of it; Jones told me; w hy, they liav’ut been going together three weeks, and now they are only waiting for the repairs to the church to b«« finished, and then they will be married. Who would have thought it? 1 think some one else w ill wear the mitten in a little time, for you know he was sweet on Miss not a great while ago. Don't tell any one I mentioned anything to you, for you know I despise scandal. Mu-t l>e go ng, you say; well goo • ye. Ilians iie.iven she’s gone! i thought she would keep mu here all day. 1 heard a nice story about her Iasi week; she thinks I don't know it. I could make mi-chief in some one’s family— hut 1 detest scandal, and no one can ever say that 1 ever scandalized any one, not even an enemy.” Slie flung the dirty dish-rag on the fence to dry, and went into the house muttering Hometiling about her detest ation of ail scandal mongers, and thanked her lucky stars that she was free from the vice. Jack Harris.—We mentioned in yesterday’s Skntini:i. the death of Jack Harris, a well known character in til's State, who died on Sunday last at Pioclie. We learn from the Iteeord that a short time before ho died Jack stated that his real name was Amos Hu*ford; that he was born in Wa-ii ingtou, D. ('., but was raised at Calais, Maine, by a relative whose namewa Harris. He also staled ilia' he hail a brother living in Washington, win. whs cashier of tli" first Sad m il Bmk in that city. Deceased was a noted cliaractei in this Mate, and the inci dents of Id- Die If written w ould make an interesdua hook. Many of Ids arm, perhaps, would not bear dose snu liuy or favorable comment; bill lie lia pasHM.I beyond the resell of human censure, to render his accouut be lore a Judge whose decisions are just and merciful, and it is mrei that erring liu muni v should permit iiis deeds to rest with lulu in Die grave. Acciokntally Shot.—Hy t!io for Uiilou* discharge of a pistol yestordav evening, Charlie Pryor met with an accident which will confine him to hi tiouse for several days, lie was en gaged in removing Home lumber near his liousc, when stopping in his labor be reached to his coat pocket to pro cure a plug of tobacco. A sett cocking pistol w.is also in tin1 pocket, and lit drawing the tobacco out the weapon hy some means was discharged, the luillet entering the right leg above llie knee and coursing downward, lodged in the tlesliy part of tie* calf, fornin a'ely producing only a HeMi wound — not a hone being struck by the ball. I)r. Bishop was summoned and ex tracted the fail let. It was a narrow esca|»o from a severe injury. Charlie will ho all right in a few days, and n<> cause of alarm need ha appreheuded as to the result of the accident. Calico Roskttk Social.—Professor Bach, and the members of his Terp slchoroan club, will give a calico rosette social at Bigelow’s llall on next Wednesday evening. But a limited number of tickets have been issued. A feature of Die evening will bo the childrens’ prize dance. A handsome present ofa diamond ring is to begiven tootle of tour young misses who shows herd! most proticient in the art of dancing. The names of those to take part in this contest are Miss Ada Lan sing, Kttle McCarty, Kmma Vender loilhatid Aggie Mail who,arc members of Prot. Bach’s juvenile class. In Austin.—t rank Stewart, the mineralogist and scientist, is in Aus tin. He is canvassing tiie mining dis tricts of the State, for the purpose of collecting mineral specimens for tiie Nevada Department at the groat Ceil tenni il Exhibition, and will probably put in an appearance at tiie llase Range in a few days. Durum Ids visit here we hope the people of Eureka will lie afforded an opportunity of listening to ids lecture on the “ Disposition of Min eral Veins;” a subject upon which lie is thoroughly posted and upon which he delivers ah interesting ami instruc tive discourse. ' Rui.lion Shipment. — The Eureka Consolidated Company yesterday shipped 83,000 pounds of bullion, by the Eureka and l’alisude Railroad Company. Loaihno With Lead.—The teams Unit are bringing in coke and machinery for the Richmond Smelting Works are loading with lead as back freight to tiie railroad. I. C. of R. C.—Star of Hope En campment, No. 12, I. C. of R. C., meets jo night. Attention, (Juanokus!—Manpin A Cromer are just in receipt of a large stock of tiie best Peoria steel plows, which they offer at prices to suit the times. ap!7 Crockery! — Sain. Friedman, the J auctioneer, has, at liis salesrooms, a toll assortment of crockery for sale at low prices. Call at his establish ment, on Main street, and examine the _ ap30 Enlarged Photographs.—Having carefully and studiously examined and inspected tha lot of reproduced photo graphs just received from tlie East by some (Kirlies of this town, I beg leave to announce to the public in general that I feel it) every respect, either for size or execution, fully con patent to produce as good work for the same price, and better, too, with a slight al teration in charges. Why people should prefer sending East for copy ing purposes, and wait two or three months lor returns, is evidently ab st'rd, while enlarging and reproducing facilities are to be found right m town, with the advantages to ins|iect the work and suggest any alteration that perchance certain copies should re ‘inife; and, furthermore, obtain the blushed work within a week's notice. At the City Photograph Gallery, in this town, jobs of this kind are exe cuted every day, and the best kind of reference or recommendation in re gard to satisfaction of past work done, can lmgiven; where also specimens of reproduced old pictures to life size can lie seen daily. Any card or ferro type, daguerreotype, etc., no matter how small, will be enlarged and re touched to any size desired, troin cab inets up to natural size, or vice versa, from life size to carte de visile. Patronize home insiitutions. No flattering samples and poor execution ot orders to solicit work in this gal lery. Gouts Monaco, Photographic Artist. ap'-O-lm MtM'irs. mht The “ Bonanza” Fur All. Ipva.iils, by nervous debility, dnsirious of again feeling tbo rigor *1 health and rim of system, should take a fuw buttles uf J)r. Hkxlkv’* Cki.kbkatkp i. X. L. Ilimis. be fore uno buttle is taken they will feel the dawn of restoration, o' returning h -tilth. .No easo of dyspepsia, indigestion, loss ot appetite, rhuumuti-tu, sidney ur liver dis. asu, has erer r sist -d its rustoralire power, htrory part ol ih b i nan system requires and should n e ire si.sti'nanee and support Irom the «n ni a.-h. reg iluted by the lirer. If the stomach cannut supply tb« a i.ueut rojuirod, the whole syst in liillgii-b-i*. l orti.y your or gans of life witii thus - hitlers, and in a f w days you will teel your whole syst.m. invig orated; for every disease arising from disor dered Ivor.-tonuich nr buwels.it is invalu able; it will revive your shattered system. Ilyspvptics and p -rsons of bilious habit sbo i|d keept it within reach, if they value health and ease. aplo-lm The IHHKI’HKSMIII.K Sweeny s Liv KKY Si A Bid-; N’otick, —1 llUVO pur chased from the Walsh Brothers their interest in Jilie Nevada l.ivery Stable, i intend to rim it in conjunction with the Dexter stable, and al either place the public can lie accommodated with ilie finest turnouts in the State, also saddle horses, all at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. Attendants ready at all hours ot the day or might. Money advanced on horses and vehicles. Aliy person de-sli'inK to sell or purchase will al ways find mo ready lor a trade. mho W.vt. Sweeny. MOt'll'S. aiht Stilt, Ki'ktheu Reduction.— We •ire about ready to closeout; now is .lie time to buy your medicines. All patent medicines sold at cost. We lime on hand glycerine soap, 75 cents per box; pills, 115 cell's. We have also i line assortment of perfumery, soap tinsiu'l brushes, powder |H)X, and va rious articles of perfurtnery, too nu uior to mention. Will be sold or given may in the next sixty days. All pat ent medicines at coast. liir'KKY it Co., inli2S In the I’ostolllce building. —- *» - To the Public.—In addition to our splendid assortment of one hundred dillorent kinds of candies, we this day oiler the very best qualities of all kinds of nuts and Oregon apples to the families of Lureka. and to the pub lic in general. We shall endeavor to keep on hand a supply of the finest fruits, nuts, etc. Please give us a call, and examine our stock, at the Indian Queen Cigar and Stationery Store. inli7-lui Levin A Simon. MO* II N. mli4 — -♦ - Read This.- We are closing out our stock ot Drugs and Patent Medicines, Fancy Articles and Stationery at •s.ni f'runiu'seo coJtt* Give us a call at the Postolttce building. Lverything fig ured down to tlie lowest notch. Tile finest quality of Hay Rum for tfl a bot tle and everything reduced in propor tion. Pills 25 cents per box. d27*t Hickey it Co. .—- • Dtt. Hamilton will leave for Hamil ton, White Pine, alsiut the middle of the present week, to be absent fora few days, during which time no busi ness will be dono at his oltlee. ap27tf Coal Oil.—If you want genuine De von's oil—the only reliable non-explos ive oil in the market—go to D. Man Imini's. He received 200 eases yester day. It Is tlio best and cheapest oil in the country. ja!5tf AM. watch work in the best satisfac tory manner done in J. Straus’ jew elry store, by Leon Nordmun, the watchmaker and jeweler, at the Ex press olllee, Eureka. mh7 For Sale.—We have just received a lot of tirst-class work-horses, wagons and harness, for sale cheap; also an A No. 1 buggy team. »p7ti' Bishop A Carpenter. MOCII'N. Uh4 Silver Brick Loooino IIocse.— Mrs. Dill, having leased this well known lodging house, on North Main street, is now prepared to furnish com fortable apanmei.ts to all desiring them. The rooms are all furnished with spring beds. Terms, reasonable. ap-llm Wanted—A well-furnished house for rent. In good loeation. Appv to ,Jno. Midi. Scott’s Beal Estate Ollice. apiatf English Breakfast and Gunpowder teas, at Taylor’s. apl7tf M INCH'S. mhl — *— ■ ■ ■ — Bloater anil Anchovy Paste, at Taylor's, apl7tf Guarantee—To any lady or gentle man, to become a correct waltzer in live private lessons. L. Bach, Profes sor of dancing. 13-tfap For Sale.—A No. 1 Florence sew ing machine, by \V. P. Haskell <fc Co. ap21 -tdw 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 anti potter meats, at Taylor's. apl7tf Reilly & Harrison? SUCCESSORS TO OBERFELDER & HARRISON, Fire-proof Brick Store, Main Street, Eureka, RESPECFULI.V announce to the people of Eureka that they haro on hand the largest ptock of General Merchandise Ever offered for pale in Eastern Nevada, and tli y intend hereafter to derote particular attention to the RETAILTRADE And hope, by Ptrict attention to busineflp, fair dealing* and reasonable prices, to secure a liberal share of patronage. Family Custom Especially Solicited. Thoir mammoth atock consist, in part, af all kinds af Groceries, Miners’ Supplies, Shelf Goods, Hardware and Cutlery, Mining and Farming Tools, . Powder and Fuse, Gentlemen's Underwear, Furnishing Goods, Gloves and Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale Invoices Filled at a Small Margin. MERCHANT TAILORING! We have also on ban 1 a large stock direct from New York of French, Fng!i?h and tier man Cloths, Caapimeera, Doeskin* and Vest ings. which we are prepared to make up in the most stylish manner from the latoPt pat cruP tn in the « n«t, having in o.\r employment . wne of the host Cutter? in the ^tatc. tfiTGood? delivered to any part of the town FREE OF CHARGE! d 12-tr DANCING SOIREES! TROF. BACH HAS REMOVED HIS Naming I’artie* to Bigelow’s Ilall I Where he wi’.I horoafter give his regular S OIREE PARTIES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING 1 apiitf L. BACH. ORDER OF TEE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ORDERED THAT AI.L BILLS AGAINST huivUa County utuft be filed with the t eunty Clerk beturo the first Monday of ouch mouth, fully itemized, and Hinting by whom ordered; otherwise they will by> laid over un til tho n. xt succeeding month, adHd t. II. 1IAKM0N, Clerk. J. STRAUS. Watches and Jewelry. I HAVE A NUMBER OF THE best IS k gold watches ever im ported, just received lr.rn Sun Fran cisco. One No. I. IS-cnrat gold peso C’brouo grn|tli ami tly hack stem-winder. Ono in-carat gold case Striking watch, with all improvements, and stem-winder. One IK-csrat gold case watch, called tho Until Star Walrli, stoin-wiodor. All ih >se watches aio Ik-earat gold watches, and wan anted to keep correct time. Also, Howard, Kngli.h, Sain, auil Americnu liiuiiu u lure, warranted for sne year. aplOtt’ J. STKAl'S. LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Statole. <\c.CARi’Kvrm. n. bishop. BISHOP & CARPENTER. OOUT1! M A l N ST 1; 1 iET, N KA RL Y OPPO O site the rumor House, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number ol elegant turn outs and a lot of lino saddle-horses, and are prepared to furnish HAuKlAtiRS, ill'tft4lES and SAl>l>LK- IlUU>hJS at reasonable rates. 11 or sob boar,led by the day, week, or month. Hay and barley lor sale, by fair-dealing, good stork, and strict at tention to business, we hone to secure a fan share of putronage. apTtf Patronize Home Industry. ^LJiO. DOTTA HAS EXGaGKD IN TUI l‘rc|>nrntl«u ol1 Fur* Jnvn Ho is prepared to (ill order* from .ill »oc tione in quantities hum O’ic Pound to Ono Thousand Pounds. t Factory on Main MT.et, Wo* Monoerli«e uurant. THE TURF. EUREKA RACES 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th OF JUNE. FOUR DATS’ RACING. $4,000 in Purses Offered! 'PH E CITIZENS OF EUREKA. NEVADA. 1 ofor the followiag Purses, to he run for over the WILLOWS COURSE —COMIC IKCINC— June 17th, & Ending June 20th, '75. First Day, Tharaday, Joue 17th; Mil# »nd repeat: free for all horsos, t~'4. Seme day. Single Pash of half mile; for sec ond-da»s horses, d-iOO. Neceinl Day, Friday, June l>tk. Single Da«h ef a mile; free for all horses, f.'JO. Same day, single Dash of half mile; fra# far all horses, $4(J0. Third Day, Sntnrday, Jnise lath, A Threc-in-Five Race; free for all horses, *1.500. Faurlb Day, Saaday. Jissse S*tb. Single Dash ef a mile for second-class horses, *500. Same day. Sinale Dash of quar ter ef mile; free for all horses, $250. Entranco Fee, 20 per ceat. ef each purso. Three or more horses te enter, and three to start. Entries to eloso J one 5th. Knees to be run according to the rulea ef the Sacramento Jockey Club. The Trackis the Bestin Nevada flood accommodations on the grounds for all horses and trainers. A Brass Rand, consisting of ten piocea, will bo in daily attendance at tie ground. D. B. IMMEL & CO. (Bankers.) Treasurer. apM GUS. BOTTO, Manager. PACIFIC CLUB. All members of pacific club will take notice that their meetings tor practice will be on Tuesday. A rlday nufl Wundts} Cvtuluge. at ~Y% .’clock, sharp. Welle, Fargo A Co's time, apl -lrn Cil AS. FUCHS, Leader, FOR SALeT ALODfliNO-llOFSE AND HOTEL property. Lot 17 by 80 feet, with JrJjL firuished room—now furniture. Will sell on easy forma. Cerno and oxamino the prom isor. 8. B. WYMAN. auiB-tf _ Girt Wanted. A YOUNG Aim, FOURTEEN On Six teen years old, can obtain a situation a* ^jurre *1 rruaid^m^ . MI SC ELLA NEO VS. GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith and Cutter' Begs to inform the ;L » ^ public that ha haa re* moved from hia old. atand, near the Silver Brick Saloon, to the eppeaite aide, oa Main atract, B ■ext to 1). Manhcim’a atore, where he will bo happy to receive the patronage of hi* farmer euatomera. lie ala* iaferma the public that he haa CONSTANTLY ON HANB The fiaaat aad largeat assortment GUNS AND'PISTOLS Of Every Patera. Alae, ammuaitien. aad evary ather ardele'n the aportiagliao. A largo assortment of Woatcnliolm's tatlary, Baleherd Tool*, Cnllloraaio-aniMlo farvliagSela, Itoaara, And all other good* pertaining ta thia link, nt the leweat figure*. Repairing dene with neataeaa aad diapatehe •liargaa reasonable. Eureka, Fab. 17th. 1174. falB-tf Patronize HOME MANUFACTURES! Gilroy Cigars and Tobaccos I MANUFACTURED BT THE Consolidated Tobacco Co.t —♦r— CALIFORNIA GROWN TOSACCOt A TULL LINS OTTUSASOTB GOOD* constantly an hud ud Ur Ml* —a»— San Francisco Prices! Freight added, bg Geo. Tliacher St Co. FOR SALE. A DWELLING-HOUSE. ®N BUEt ST., containing Four Large Rooms. Ala., One Lot, 37x100 Feet, On Mai: street. Apply t. S. JOHNSON, Main street, .pposlU the Turner House. ap’JMra Administrator’s Sale. Notice is hereby given that i will, oa FRIDAY, the :K)lh day of April. A. 0. 147'), at 1 o’clock r. u., sell at public auction the following described property, to wit: live yoke of oxen; yokes and chains for' the«ame; and two wagonsj all in good order. Sale at Colriek’s Corral, South Main street. Eureka. TERMS CASH. WOOD FLIPPIN. Administrator .f the estate ef T. 8. Gorsueh, docens'sl.ap‘J7td K K Stockholders. Holders of k k stock in eureka and vicinity are notified that 1 Lave thia day deposited with Paxton A Co. a copy of the K k Assessment Kell. I’axton A Co. will receive assessments and iadorse certificate*. W, b. KEYES, Superintendent. a»27td l'.r J. C. BROWN. •J. AY. HESS, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER AND DRAINER. Orders left at W. P. HASKELL k CO*». furniture store will be promptly attended ta. spH-tf OX TEAMS WANTED ! Ox Teams are Wanted" I Wit HAULING 200,000 feet OF Lum ber per nunth, commencing the first day of May and toacntinue umtil December first. mhi'-tf «EO. W. LAMOHKEFK. NOTICE. Having purchased tub well. known saloon at the cornor of Main and Bateman streets, heretofore ewacd by M. Walsh the propriety will be pleased te meet his many friends to tost his superior stock of liquors, winot and cigars. Call M test the hpspilaMiee »f fe3S-tf D. LOOWT. Pancake Fire Brick, OF THE BEST QUALITY, For Sale Cheap 'l INQUIRE OF (oil lOni M. CAPIOR. Assessment Notice. Kli. 4 OINHOI.I i> Vi'KI> U 1\ l \ U • COMPANY'—location of works. Kuroka Mining District, Kureka county, State of Ne vada. i Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of tbo ‘t rustees of suid Company, bold on tile second day of April, lsi i, uu assessment of One Dollar per share was levied upon tho capital stock oi said Company, payable im mediately in rsited States gold coin, to tho Secretary of said Company, at tho office of the'Company, Room No. 4, No. 411%, Califor nia street, Si.ii Francisco, California, Any stock upon which said assessment ahull remain unpaid on Thursduy. tho 8th day of May, lk7">. shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for salo at publio auction, and unless payment shall bo made before, shall bo sold on SA’i IIRDAY, tho twenty-ninth day of May, 1H7.>, to pay tho de linquent assessment, together with coBts of advertising and expenses of the sale. ii. li. MINOR,Secretary, Offioo—Room No. 4, No. 411H California street, San Francisco, Cal. ap7-luwtd j. lkvin, Kuroka. i.simom, San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, IMI OBTKRS ARD PRAI.RRS IM CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONEECTIONEKY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. ' - MaJu Street, Eureka, levada. ! al