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MtY 8b lw7,V_ localintellicence. Ptumen2er* Arrive thl* Jforuln*;. FOB KUBKK V I „ „ B Elbon*e fM"1; h Kit/.Patrick t„n Mia* (Junior HgJohn.nn a I’otor-on A uKn'iobt HMortoon U 11 KnufUt 1> .Settlor* J i'**1* All i'»r Mb*a J rioroo Ji?«u* KCrtorothor j Queenan AT 4LPHa: u., p Barno*. d*u*h- IVoFastoa ter and *■>» FOB KABIITO.X. J Sheolonbcr*er H L«*Tr IIIXKB VI. HIM Wm Koarns Arrival* and Dopartnre*. frslenlai's Arrival* t iv o. i.. kbituh ibk’h btaiik li.*b. ... I> Murphy SWilorrick MrsO’.Urion H J Huaboa K 'Ullivan uu.ri.br TUrnnv* r'lJiJd J Harriiifton i&« h |,orry Ye«ler<lajr‘B Departure* t lY Yf, |,. KR-Ti HaRIi'H ntaiik link* o r fra.iiilin . I j i^Oaiiiirne ■> K-B.borrtono STOCK RflFORT. Aar Paawnace, May 7. mob*i*u roabik j»1)1pfclr-73% J*7»74V JjVd VlrfXMNin *1 v *' -J 4 -f *b> <iii,,Itl .* Cum—JU 20 i 20 Meat A Batcher—5t 52* » 52 521 ..hi 120 stood) “120 122 -,12# jjCWIiodiiit v 7-1 i;„ Hale * .VaieruaR— 41 10 10 4 *» Crown t’oint—U BiO >32 M 4 H yollai* Jacket-7271 74.4 270 Imiaeriat—8. • * 1» K'*P,r® in/ llJ Ivonlie, -U 4 H 14 a jy.i Alpha -21,2* 21'« 21 4 fit UoHiir -*2«',3.32'4 yi Oni!iJ mico-20 _ |«i Cun. Virginia -452', 4 i2 4 .0 775 a. .V-raiU- 12 , II lie II *4 18.5 Culifornie—A>'» '4);, JO'4 Jib) .«Inmy-l . ....... 1'j.W Bullion-51 vYy 53 ilblO # .i UrnruiHn-7tl 38 J!)f» 08 uO Jurtieo—120 385 Sueeor—87,0 75e I Itti luion Con.—7 ,7'i 7', 7 KY .VIVO HARO. 285 M •iiiloif Valiev—7 „ 7’, 7'4 7 sli Rymonil A Kly—46 4a 4i7, 41 125 K iraka Con. — *7 ■55 i'lorhe—V‘4 *‘4 250 Belmont -4'4 250 Condor—1 « 1'4 in) K l\ Con.—1 li*l Kl ilorii'io South 57' ,c 320 Kyo Catch—2'* 1'4 .01 ’ra**i»n I l . h 1)4', in biwoar l—I) 17 1J , .350 .1 If T*on -0 O', 2*1 Webf Hit -75« tii) Corn iroira-1'4 025 liiia-3 . 3 . f'4 Hi. H. ' Imriot 7.:, »'4 o IB Elmore—2 i I'M dufioga iy 8 ..8 ,b 10 IM S Chariot—2 . 1*1 Jar Karl*-5 h*i Boorman 7 v 714 71 UucKeye - 75c 52! Julia 7,7 4 7 4a«7'4 50 l.ajr Brian—-5 41, 35 Caltaliinia 1!) 3>i IvnicKerbocaer—3', 3 MiMilobo 1. 33* llaliiiuore Con.—624 6?« in. llah-i‘,B 47i S. Hill-III 10 r i Kc1 i ,i*e— 0 2 * I hailenfa—i 14 i*a* Ion —1 ■* II, Hold Kill 2*4 24a* Aiidoa-4 4 ,4 4 ■i I) \ urlb I a raon .5 20) C<i«iii,i;*oli(ail—'25c •'■*) uca I *land—6 ,6 6'4 8'4 200 M. V. Con 2 1'« 1 0 OCA'idooial 3 4 3'4 10) Senator— 1 0 i In I .'lirridan—1 2 I) American l- lug II *»*4 (U 41 i 'I oialvi’le 2' , 2‘, 2”'* 1 0 bady 5Va*h. -1 ., 201 boo-| <>\ TilK HTKhiKT, Following AAore the mining Block quotations on the street at « o'clock list evening: Con. Virginia, 448; Cali fornia, illOphlr, 75'A 7ti’, s5; Best & Belcher, 53 bid, 53’4 asked; Mexican, -’IjJDi; Unnld iV Curry, liB4 bid. 1!) 4 a-kwi: Yellow Jacket, 73 l>id; Crmvn Point, 30 bid, 3214 asked; lld cher. 32'4 bid, 32*4 a-ked; Overman, K8; Imperial 8 bid; Clinllar, 70 bid, 72V4 hsked; Savage 120 askml; Hale A Nor Croat, ^41 a-ked; Andes, ft 4; Union J on , 7J4 bid, 8 askml; Alpha Con., 21 b'd, i\% asked; Bullion, 51; Silver JJjj • 10^ bid, ltlJ4 a-sked; Julia, 7!4 OITICIAI. FttOM rilK HISEX. *ro'n the Salt Francisco Alta we elip the following concerning the mines of this district: lurch* Utter for week ending May I. anvs: ■Awrton shaft |,as been sunk in) feet lie <>w the 7th level. Fifth cross-cut from , 1 ,'!*>'hi 46 feet, running through hard lime. The titli level ore body is looking well, and the connection with , ,i®vel ''as been made. The vl" 7lh '”Vel. h ‘- been ad tnced 31 feel. The w lnze going dow n '."n east cross cut continues In ore and looks well. The Wlmisall ore •'y continues to hold out strong. fJI* BVel ''as I«jcn advanced 16 Tf. through hard lime; the 3d level arm has been advanced 33 feet, strik tt (inartzite walls which look favors ,l"'Vn« ,,rB- The Chain-ion KTOUtidconUnues to improve. and will ueutly produce a large body of ore. ® * <OUS<l||l|||>||, Urklmln'.‘j® :Mth sa-VN’ "The Skv cross ,cft ,V'‘.Wn ^ r|.et. The first f.«* J, ’ thir'1 lovel- '* ''I 176 feet feet In tt.0!'1* Ieln '"atler, and for 50 West itr s*h-"ttd olasa ore. The and durh, fr,.s‘l lhB oroHM c,u ** 'hi feet, ore eim'K V® w“Bk “notber streak of tlir’ h 11 r"et wide, has been cut «avl v iiis'"t fr,*m ‘he center as eoniDosed fi. l le I* "<>w in de file P«ast Hme boulders, ‘he tliir,,1,^; rI"oni 'bo south drill of W1W .71"" 47foet- There are drifts *** ,run. lo connect these able to thJ / let buiications are favor °r • I •Of® bo.l v of eomposcfl n®" t,,,B boulders and d<> ore hodies ind* i‘"varial,ly cases the ‘hose tw„ driLl ti"11" * ,,,,,,erU1 arH *outh drift «T\ fbe cross cut of the .. “«^Ts8r,,AT are notVel!. Junes’Sunday School °pet» lo-mwolrlt Ih8 "“‘'T',1 win re tow at the usual hour. A SAGE3RDSH MY3TERY. A Man Found on the Stage Road Badly Wounded—Shot in the Dark—Robbed and About tc be Buried Alive—A Crooked Story of How It Happened Was It a Flan to Rob the Stage 1 During the afternoon of Wednesday last, the driver of a team, While pass, ing along tlie stage road tielwen Mum mil Station and Garden Pass, had his attention attracted to iho cries for help, coining from the sagebrush near the road, anti hastening to the spot, found a man lying on the ground, having been shot and badly wounded. Tbe wounded man is named-Timothy, ami was a short time since employed as a couch-washer for the stage com pany at Alpha. lie was conveyed to the house at Miimmit Station, and there gave the following account ol his being shot. To say the least, his narrative of the affair is a very i rwKen vwrj, And seemingly improbable. He snys: On quitting work *t Alpha, tie pro ceeded to Kureka. While iiere, be spent his time iu drinking mi l gun Id! g, luit tinally lie made a success fill play against the •* tiger” and won about a hundred dollars. With this money lie started late on Tuesday night to return to Alpha—in wha: manner he traveled was not stated, hut persumablv nil horseback. While on tlie road lie became aware that some persons was following him — two gamblers—whom he says were watching him while he was in town and at the gambling rooms. When alioiit a mile past Harden Pass, the men overtook him, shot him iu tlie right shoulder :r-ui robbed him of his money. .v ■ tar. the story seems straight enough, but be continues: Tile two men Kept Him * Prisoner During the entire night. Tlie next day (Thursday) they determined to bury him alive, and were digging a grave when the fast freight wagon came in sight, and both men tied, leaving Timothy on the ground. Faint with the loss of blood, be was unable to call to tlie driver ol tlie last freight, and it passed him on its way to Kureka. He says the stage passed on (tie road just about ihe time tie was si ot. Kaler, iu tlie afternoon of the same day, lie succeeded in at trading (lie attention of a inan driving a team, and was taken, as before slated, lo the Summit Station, where lie now lies. Dr. Dohrcnz, a passen ger on Thursday's stage lo Alpha, 'topped ai tlie station and examined the wound of Ills man, but was una ble lo extract tile luillct, having no surgical instruments witti him, and the wound was dressed as well as possible. Another Theory, And one plausible enough in its na ture to show that Timothy had reason to relate such an improbable narrative as lie did, in tlie endeavor to cast aside any suspicion which tlie circum stances iu which he was found might create, is thus explained: The stage which left Kureka on Tuesday last, la-side containing a number of paasen gers, bad on board $lo,<Mkl in coin and about $-4,000 iu silver bullion, and. >vi(h tlie possible hope of securing the whole or a portion of this treasure, the two men who followed Timothy, and lie htm«elf, might have laid the inteu tioii of securing the treasure. Their ap|H-arance on the road at that hour ol i lie* night sireiigl liens such a lie lief, ami the place where the wounded man was found was a desirable portion n! I lie route to slop the stage an.I secure the lenity. Tlie shooting ol Timothy leads toa supposition that, while wait mg for ihe stage, a quarrel arose la iween the three men, resulting in the abandonment of their intention to slop tlie stage. The statement that llie two men, after shooting and robbing Tim otliv, prepared a grave and were a*-out To Fntomb Him Alive. Hut for the opportune arrival of (be fast freight, seems incredible. Profes sional loot-pads, highwaymen, and tliulr ilk, do not, as a general thing, linger in the company of their victim fur twenty-four hours planning how in Itcromo rid of him. or carry with them implements with with which to dig u grave. Neither is it to lie lie lieved lha'. Timothy shot himself. ■Some one el-e did that. Two men. ImuiI on robbing him of the small amount of money lie had in l:is pos session, would not follow him twenty four miles when they could do the w«rk on the outskirts of town, ora (lie time of night w liicli Timothy says he left, even on the streets. His story throughout of how lie became shot is very improbable, and the theory that lie, in connection with tlie other two men, was on the roatl for the purpose of “going lor the box" seems the most probable. Either their design were frustrated by a lack of courage on tliei part when me time came, or a disa greement took place, resulting in the shooting of Timothy. At last accounts Tillin' by was at the Summit Station; no medical assistance, save that ten tiered by l>r. Dobrunz, had been sum luouetl. His wound is u bad one, the bullet penetrating the right shoulder and ranging downward. He stales that he knew the two men who fol lowed (?) him, but does not know their names. Sa/.kkacian.—Tlie bibulous portion of the Skntinkl’n corps are under ob ligations to Smith A Canavan, of the Sazerac Saloon, for a liberal donation of spirituous fluid sent to tlie niliee last evening, ami tlie same gentlemen have Lite thanks of the more respecta ble attaches for a lot of choice cigars, which were Imported especially for Ur. Herrick, but a low thousand ol which were secured at an immense ex pense by Messrs. S. C. for the ex press use of tlie Skntinkl office. Hiji.uon Shii’.mknt. — The Eureka Consolidated Company yesterday shipped 84,000, slid the Atlas Ootnpa nv, 40,000 pounds or bullion, by the Eureka and Palisade Railroad Com* pany. FAMIMAIl KK<OU\lTIO\*. Our Kseutiipian friend and whilom preceptor, Dr. II. s, Herrick, School master General of While Pine county* arrived in town yesterday morning, from the sunset side of the Sierras, where he has beeu sojourning for the last two mouths. Tlie Doctor visited tide-water for the benefit of his health, and although some traces yet remain of tlie paralysis witli which he was afflicted, his physical condition is con siderably improved since he passed through here on his way to California. Ho leaves on the stage this morning for Pogonip. Daniel Murphy, the extensive cattle man and stock raiser, arrived in town yesterday from San Jose, Cal. He is over on this portion of the Lord’s vine yard looking after his flocks and herds. Mrs. Dr. J. H. Reece and family ar rived last evening from Illinois. 'I’hey were met at Alpha hy tlie Doctor and readied town l>v private conveyance. They intend remaining in Kureka for some time. Max Oherfelder has been appointed an agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, anil now talks to a person as fluently us a sew ing machine agent or a book canvasser. --- ttKADY fob SERVICE.—St. James’ Church is now ready for service and will be reo|ieiied to-morrow morning for worship. Since its do e the inte rior of the edifice has lieen put in thorough repair, the ceiling painted in a beautiful shade of blue and the walls fain ly tinted with the same color. The woodwork has been re painted anil grained; the chancel and aisle carts ceil with body Brussels, and a chandelier placed over the reading de-k. The church now presents a veiy handsome appearance. Police Court.—Dave Nathan had a jury trial yesterday. A complaint was made against him for unmercifully heating and cruelly pounding a urns iang. Considerable sport was bad over tile trial, but the jury failed to agree as to David's guilt. Several venires were issued for jurymen, and some dillicul ty was occasioned in securing a lull panel. Many were excused on the ground of their liiimauitarianism (?), but for the life ot us we could not dis cover v.hat the divinity of Christ bad to do with cruelty to animals. Foot-rack To-uat.—A foot race will come off this evening for a purse of $200, tile distance to be run being from Keyes' saloon, on Iiuby Hill, to a des ignated place in town, about three miles. Following are tiie names ol those entered for the race: G. A. Day, J. A. McNoster, .1. B. Huiihor, David Foot, M. D. Coady, and Thus. Train er. The -tart w ill be made at 0 o'clock. Pools will be sold to day at liui>y Hill, and considerable money is likely to cliunge bauds on the result. Bigelow’s Hall To-night.—'The wiestliug match between George Bar tholomew and II. Gallagher, at Bige low's Hall, to night, promises to l»e closely contested, and considerable in terest is inamiested hi the result. Con siderable money has been bet, and doubtless the Inijl will lie well tilled. We learn dial after the principal con test several other persons will try their skill in the art. Unclaimed Message. — There is a message in the Western Union Tele graph olHce Hir J. SJ. .\1. Wear. Bi[>e cherries, from tlie orchards of Culiluruia, are now in market. Still Further Deduction. — We are about ready to closeout; now is 'he time to buy your medicines. All patent medicines sold at cost. We nave on hand glycerine soap, To cents perliox; pills, emits. We have also a tine assortment of perfumery, soap iiosnel brushes, powder pox, and va rious articles of peiTunuery, too nit liter to mention. Will be sold or given away In t lie next sixty days. All pat cut medicines at coast. Hickey A Co., mli28 In the Poatotlice building. To the Public.—In addition to our -pleti lid assortment of one hundred dillerenl kinds of candies, we this day ■ ■tier tlie very best qualities of all kinds of nuts and Oregon apples to the families of Eureka, and to l lie pub lic In general. We shall endeavor to seep on hand a supply of tile linest fruits, nuts, ete. Please give us a call, and examine our stock, at the Indian (pu-en Cigar and .Stationery Store. mh7-lni Levin Jt Simon. Silver Prick Lodging House.— Mrs. Dill, having leased this well known lodging bouse, on North Main street, is now prepared to furnish com fortable apartments to all desiring them. The rooms are all furnished with spring beds. Terms, reasonable. ap21 lm Coal Oil.—If you want genuine Pe voe’s oil—the only reliable non-explos ive oil in the market—go to P. Man helm's. He reeeived 200 eases yester day. It Is the best and cheapest oil in the country. Julfitf nutiot. mht Remember. — The place to buy clothing and furnishing goods is at J. Cohn A Pro’s. They have the largest and best selected stock in East ern Nevada. my4 tf HOI M K. mill All watch work in the best satisfac tory manner done in J. St rails’ jew elry store, by Leon Nordllinn, I lie watchmaker and jeweler, at the Ex press office, Eureka. mli7 Just Received—A fresh supply of Cutting's goods, embracing everything desirable in table pie-fruits ami vege tables, at Taylor's. myotf Guarantee—To any lady or gentle man, to been mo a correct walt/.er in live private lessons. L. llACll. Profes sor of dancing. 18-tfap Wanted—A well-furnished house for rent, in good local ion. Appv to Jno. McU. Scott's Real Estate Otllve. apliilf Eni.akus.u Photouhaphs.—Having carefully and studiously examined and insjM>f:ied the lot of reproduced photo graphs just received from the East by some fiarties 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 tn 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 ior returns, is evidently ab surd, while enlarging and reproducing facilities are to be found right in town, with the advantages to inspect the work and suggest any alteration that perchance certain copies should re quire; and, furthermore, obtain the finished work within a week’s notice. At the City Photograph Gallery, in this town, jobs of this kind are'exe euted every day, and the best kind of reference or recommendation in re gard to satisfaction of past work done, can he given; where also specimens of ! reproduced old pictures to life size can be seen daily. Any card or ferro type, daguerreotype, etc., no matter how small, will lie enlarged and re touched to any’ size desired, from cab inets up to natural size, or vice versa, from life size to carte ile visite. Patronize home institutions. No flattering samples and poor execution of orders to solicit work in this gal lery. Louts Monaco, Photographic Artist. ap'iO-lm THe “iMiiamtn” l or All. Ipvn ills, by nervous debility, desirious of again feeling the vigor of health and vim of system. should take a few bottles of I)R. IIi s'.s.v'rt Cki.ui!! i run I. X. I,. Bitthis. Ite bre one buttle in taken they will feel the dawn of restoration, o!' returning hualtli. A o case ot‘ dyspepsia, indigestion, loss of appetite, rheumatism, kidney or liver disease, has ever r--si*t d its restorative power. Every part ot lit ■ human system requires nnd should re ceive Si.stennnco and support trom the sti nt aeh, regulated by the liver. If the stomach cannot supply the aliment required, the whole system languishes. Fortify yintro*-. guns of life with those bitters, and in n f i\ days you will feel your whole system invig orated; for every disease arising from disor dered I ver. stomach or bowels, it is invalu able; it will revive your shattered system. i>.rspgptic* and persons of bilious habit should keept it within roach, if they value hsultii and ciiso. aplu-lnt At a recent trial, in which O. Dun kel A Co. were the plaintiffs, it was found impossible to secure a jury, as civil panel was exhausted in question ing the men on their voir dire, all stat ing that l heir business connections wih plaintiff rendered them tin tit tor jurymen, as they, in common with :t 11 others, bought all their clothing, dry goods, etc., from the firm at such reasonable rates that their minds were biased in favor of the firm. The case had to lie dismissed and an order en tered to have Imnkel raise the price fit goods, if he wants a jury. tny7 Notice.—All members of Iiaireka Lodge A. O. II. are hereby notified that the regular monthly meeting will take place on Saturday evening next, May kill. A prompt attendance is re qnesled as business of importance will be transected. Titos. Hkaly, Pres’:. Phil. S plane, Sec’y. my4-3t Wrestling Match—Collar and el bow; best two in three. There will lie a w restling match at Bigelow’s Mall next Saturday night, fora purse of$.Vl, ' t-tween II. Gallagher and George W. Bartholomew. There will also lie purses offered for oilier matches. Ad mission, $1 oo. my4-td. Crockery! — Sam. Friedman, the auctioneer, lias, at his salesrooms, a full assortment of crockery for sale at low priees. Call at Ids establish ment, on Main street, and examine the let. a p30 ('boss A Blackwell's, Why brow A Co’s ami Pink’s Loudon Pickles, consisting of eh tw-chow, picealiltle. onions, plum, and mixed pickles, ol ives, etc., at Taylor's. myStf MfX'lI*N. aibl Dr. Hamilton will lea>e fur Hamit ton, White Pine, about tlie middle of the present week, to be absent fora few davs, during which time no busi ness will be done at his otiice. aptiTtf Attention, Grangers!—Maupin A Cromer are just in receipt of a large stock of the best Peoria steel plows, which they offer at prices to suit the times. apl7 For Sale.— We have just received a lot of first-class work-horses, wagons and harness, for sale cheap; also an A No. 1 boggy team. ap7tf Bishop* Carpenter. To Arrive—Upon the breaking up of the blockade— an immense assort moot of the choicest fancy groceries ever offered in this market, at Tay lor’s. iny5if Triple Wine Vinegar, direct from Bordeaux, at Taylor’s. my.itf A thousand pounds of clean wheat, just received at Taylor's. my5if MIXIl’N. mill K. B. Dodge, General Collector and Business Agent. Otiice at Maupin A Cromer’s. ml-ll For Sale.—A No. 1 Florence sew ing machine, bv W. P. Haskell A Co a | I’-M'iw MiX'll**. mill —»-- ■■■ --- A fresh invoice of Old Java and Bio Coffee, ground and green, at Tay lor’s. myotf Anti-rillious breakfast bacon, a; Taylor's. tny6 Base Range Saloon, I'lmun HOT/, Proprietor, IN SAM. flOLPSTONE’S OLD li aiding, nn "south Main Street, b.ireka, Nevada, 'file best of WINES. LiaUORS AND CIGARS. A SQUARE DRINK FOR EVERYBODY! Give TJXS TLACB A CALL;. niyll-( MISCELLA NEO US. o'. SHUT Has Arrived. Imported and Domestic Goods! SPRING STYLES M ILL ARRIVE R E G U EA R LY EVERY WEBS. a i>28tf Meyers & Franklin’s EMPORIUM. Prices Down! Prices Down! EVERY ARTICLE FOR SALE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES! DRESS QC0D3, SHAWLS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. C all and See for Yourselves! MEYES Sc FRANKLIN, mL7.tr MAIN STREET. EUREKA. Patronise HOME MANUFACTURES! Gilroy Cigars and Tobaccos! MANUFACTURED BY THE Consolidated Tobacco Co., —or— CALIFORNIA GROWN TOBACCO! A FULL LINE OF THE ABOVE GOODS constantly on band and lor sale —at— San Francisco Prices! Freight added, by Geo. Thacher & Co. fe20—ia__ t?rLivERiFEED Sale Stable. C.C. CARPRTfTKR. H. BISHOl*. BISHOP & CABPENTEr. OOUTH MAIN SJ'KKET, NKAKLY OPP0 O site tha Turner House. Kureka. We havo recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs ntid a lot of fine saddlo-horsts, ami are prepared to furnish CAUiUAHKS, HltKllES arid 8A UHLE-HOHSKS at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by tbe day, week, or mouth. Hay and Harley or sale, liy fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hone to secure a lair share of patronage. an’tf Notice to Shippers ! QN AND AFTER APRIL 10th 1S75, TIIF RATES OF FREIGHT FROM PALISADE TO EUREKA -WILL BE I 1-4 CENTS PER POUND. E. Sl I*. R. P. Co. GEO. COWLES, Agent. mh2Utf .J, STRAIJS. Watches and Jewelry. f HAVE A NUMBER OF TIIK .. J. bs-Ht 18 k gold watcher ever mi ported, just received uoiu San Fiun- t ^Zf cisco. One Vo. 1, 18-carat gold ea*o 4’Siroiio 4r«i;»li and fly back stem-winder. One 18-carat gold case fttrift lure watch, with all improvement.'1, and stem-winder. one 18 carat gold case watch, called the Gol l Star v; a tell, stem-winder. All th tse watches are 18-carat, gold watches, md warranted to keep correct time. AD.., Howard, IliagliNli. ftw Ism. anil Amcricaii maim ueturo, warranted for - no year. a lOtf J. STRAUS. SAIL fUIEDMAN, \uction and Commission Merchant, Dealer in Now andSenond-HandGoods. Tinware, Haidwr.rc, Glassware, I CROCKERY, TOBACCO, CLOTHING, RED DING, FURN ITU RE, BOOTS AND SHOES. MINERS’TOOLS, ETC., hroe door, above Woodruff & Elinor's Stage itlien. Main street. Eureka. iv7-tt Machine Sewer Wanted. V woman who thoroughly un derntands working a sewing machine, can find steady employment by applying to apJPtfMRS. J. C. Lot lv\Vo>l>, APPOINTMENT. T HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED TRAY. 1 M. JOHNSON policeman, with full power mf arrest, et(\, GEO. NV.UlJbAiOUF, 1 May 1,187J. myl-lw ol)eriif. MISCELL ANEO US. A MAGNIFICENT STORE. SAM. GOLD STONE AS MOVED INTO THE STORE IN Odd Fellows Ball Building, With a splendid stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, HATS, And a full assortment of General Merchan dise. It is the only handsome place in tomi, w here a Lady in Silk or Satin, Or a gentleman in the most recherche suit of broadcloth may go without fear of SOILING THEIR DRESS Dy greasy shelves and counters. The public are rospectfully invited to Inspect try Extensive Stock of Goods, And I shall bo pleased to serve them at tho LOWEST PB.XOSS. myltf SAM. GOLDSTONE. SAN FRANCISCO STORE! Mai* St., below the Career House. JOHM SHIHDLZR, • - PROPRIETOR. ARRIVAL OF SUMMER fiOODSM First Invoice of tLe Season In Sore km ATEW GOODS WILL liE RECEIVED EV 1 * cry week during the during and Summor. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! Clothing and Furnishing Goods. (’hooper than rt any other establishment in tho town. DRY GOODS. I would also call r.ttention to tho LADIES’ DKi'Ali'i'.Yi ENT. i'rices no object. French merinos at 7o cents per yard and everything else in proportion. The goods to arrive are the choice from tho best importing houses of New York and San Francisco and were selocted with great care by the most competent judges. I would especially invite thoiadiesefEure ka to cull and convinco thonielves of tho tre mendous sacrifice at which I am selling all tho goods in their department, uiho-aplf-tf JOHN SHIVDLER. A. C. SNETSINCER, WHOLESALE A5D BET AIL BEALES IB Provisions:, Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts, Butter, Eggs, Miners’Supplies -AND— General Merchandise 11YUESH FRUITS RECEIVED DAILY . direct from Coloma Orchards. Remember the place: Woodruff A Ennor’e old stund. Main street, Euroka. iylo-mh-8 I. GOODFRIEND, PRACTICAL PAPER - HANGER ! yyiLL EXECUTE ALL ODERS WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. All orders left nt Sam. Friedman’s auction store will roceive prompt attention. A share of the public patronage is respect solicited. u i2a-tf j. i.kvib, Kuroka. i. bibob, San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, lMI-OHTVRS AB1) 0KALKB8 IB CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Mitlu Street, Eureka, Nevada. nt .y. av. Hess, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER AND CRAINER. Orders left at W. I*. HASKELL St CO’S furniture storo will bo promptly attended to. ____apll-tf NOTICE. A LLPARTlliS LOWING THEMSELVES .rV t« bo indebted to ma will please come and settle before May 11th; also parties hav ing clothes with me will call and got them, aa 1 intend going to San Francisco and will bo absent fo,rt. short time. C„AS. L0VIen, NOTICE. Having purchased the weli known saloon at the corner of Main and l.ateman streets, heretofore owned by M. Walsh the proprietor will bo pleased to moot his many friends to test his superior stuck of liquors, w ines and cigars. Call and test the hospitalities of fe-.W-tf D. LOONY. mm. Mr.. ALLEN A. CURTIS, OF AUSTIN, Nevada, is admittod as a partner ia our linn from this day. PAXTON St CO. Earoka. May 1,1871._myl-3w For Rent. rfMlF BASEMENT UNDER THE NEW I Olid I cllm. s Hull. Tho room ia 'to by Ik, foot, thoroughly tire-proof, and suitable for storage. Apply to airJDtf W. II. DAVENPORT.