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MAYja. IA7a. ^^Intelligence. paaMiise'9 to Arrive till* Mornlnff. fob eubeka : , II McCloud J Henderson pJonos N Mrs Kate Huglios KMc>Ii‘ll»n Mr Jones ^Ek»y» j \vsable M (J hoths a E Davis ,j>lowarts KG Dados A8ouer Mrs D II Hall W Duckett j, w'alsh M Vi'cardo 0 Cbj.|„ P l>l;;ra0 M Jaun pM«l,in JC McArthur J Jicobson w, (} wiiiiftms Mrs Morrison Mrsj] tjilroy pjinsa Wm Hughes PBu'nn® j 1Juon $!"ba 11 Jo,po XMengo AgBIVA(3 AT 4tPHA . „„ _.n S Carmal jnBe*m‘ M H .'tendon uhewiua John Curdy j) U*eHa* Arrivals and Departure*. Tsslerilay's Arrival*: „ V. urniTOMABit’s ST.IUK U.SB. ’, ' W m Ferguson J FJdcUrum ?u Mai Ulerlelder 11 thsnnnn ST Til TTBO BTAOii I IS*. . * T McLaughlin T J DeH liarnoy Morgan Mr liisbop Yeelerdny'* l»e|>nrtiire*: n w. i„ ra:TCHARn’a rtaok lisb. ,. if ,.., Mrs Fred King 1 r R Cht W A Delaski | xs Merchant ■) <;b»P«}»« Mrs0 Bricn ■} t‘ C iwliug f BmCarroll Joun Uley j licrrytlronf STOCK REPORT. Saw Fbawcisco, May 14. EVOKING B 'Al'l>. 2lW Orhir-59 Vi% >8% ■ >!) *blfi 53 1 *1 Mtiwan—l® W-j L'-'a 710 irotild Jt Curry—17J'» I/ -4 710 Best & Belehor- •)< 4»'% 4</« *< * 1 i> >sr»ge—W> “l 33 H 670 Cbolltr-UW iOb > w* <0 yi"| H*le JC Nu?cr«»M—J» ;»8% 39b I 13 glO Crown Point—28_^ 28 2* 4bJU 27,54 17) Yellow JacJ<et—73 7o; » ii) Imperial—"1* 90 Empire Mill-51* 6 2*) Kentuck-'H 13% 11 in All ba—20 ID 41»K ,tW) Uelcber-28 27 2»% 21 _ 2J0 Con. Virginia—412 410 41 > 410 40-j I D 8. Xerada—10% 1410 California—5 > 5i% VT 4 5(1 440 Bullion-1 > 4<j% 4*1 70 .Vtf. Bulch*T—b.» JS» Overman -50 ■> ’*•< £ IM Justice—35 DO 1U0 101 i Union Con.—7 7' „b JO 67a ,10 Succor—1* tD Lady Bryan—4 6;5 Julia-*? ii. 4 5r(, .V> CaledoniA—17% 17 170 Knickerbocker—2% 4P» Baltimore Con. * 4% 4% 4% ;uo (iiob)-i% i% i ■ .pi s. iiiii-y.% ub) 17) Bacon—5 DO Uub-5% IfORWIWG P.O*R|». 221 Meadow Vullov—*4‘a 6% 7 :j) Laymond Jf 1*11y — 42 1J 11 $«o Eureka Con.—41 44% 41 41 f’iocho—3 1.) Am rican Flag—2 2% I D Condor—1 >i Belmont -2% 2% •D) El Dorado South—% in K K < on.—2 % J'00 Webfojt—2 4 1J0 Bruf-iitn—•) J*o> Leonard—14% .10 JftlbrioD - 8 j 8% 2i*> (lila—4% •10 i’an;hor-l% C. u«tituti<»u — JabiO 7J Tiger—% D K ireka, (1. V,—.> 0>W Mansfield—4% 4 liW) Cali<toira-4 15D «1. l hariot 5% tib5 OblO 6 •O 8. Chariot—2’« lo) War Eagle—1% 10 Empire, Idaho—2% 210 i’oonuan- 7>4 7;fi 7’ 4 ID Eclipse—8 4*1 Dayton—3 d) Hock island— 5% l.o American Hat—3% 4 3.% 10 ifcidental—3 •10» X. V. Con—1% I'D Woodviilo 2% 2% ID Lady Wash. — 1% 1W Mint—‘ * "•0 0, Hold Hill—2% 21% fijj) Kossuth—1*4 2no Cosmopolitan—*75c *12' c *50 25c 5.5c ™ w"'n“r:|,vS'i'r* :l •1'’) *.“) He) In largo—22%e ™ Xorth Car son I0o Niagara—1 k? 12 v« 5) Leviathan—l 4 •»0 l'rospoct—1 1** S»if. H'4'i Hill—2 TIIK NIItlKI. Following were the mining slock quotations on the street at 0 o'clock la/evening: Con. Virginia, 410 hid: 415 asked; California, sold 55, 50; Best /el 11,'Idler, 47hid; 48 asked; Mex - ."!* *' Gould and Curry, .Bid; ISasked; Yellow Jacket, 70; i'nl’w“ F"iiit, —71.; Belchor, 25 hid; 27 •"ked; Kentuck, It!!; hid; 13 asked; ‘Herman, 57', hid; 6!> asked; C’ale rtoma l,;1^ ,?lj rtskoJ; <'hollar, 08 Z<° »*k,BC Savage, !N> hid; Sierra ,7vada; Wi. 10-'i; Andes, ltd. hid; x.Lrai' i Vn,on 7 hid; 711 MM Alpha, no sale; Bullion. 45 hid; s0ver Hill. 8', hid; !C, ret .V Rav"'on,l and Ely, 41 hid; Eu 41 l'id; 45 asked; ^ *•« Lady J*". 4 Bid; 4 •, asked; Belmont, 3 B*d; Ophir, 5,5, 58. ’ ni;ro(j\irio\s. John B. MetJeo, 0f Jtevellle dis uot, arrived yesterday morning and Incan!* eveiJtbi"k' booming in that from'o.8?"’,,lf T.Vho, arrived by stage that place yesterday, lie intends roa u.!’rW NI“«0S H|i i stock on the trips B "* 80011 resume tri-weekly iUyt,i'e[?',8on; lmvi"K recovered "lore raf.i 1 ai,miul,,t fever, lias once iis^a?jr«Ru,i,,S!S,d.si: if'rinT’’ V,n Plo,'eer rnixolo «n.l neare r ,1Ha"'““>''. Kureka, 'ada, arrival6ry tow,n ln Kastern No stane Tom J^eriUy on the Alpha time in yion »* H.P®nt moat of liis ‘•though duri.mr.i 'e lH8t tow yuura, ■mule a trio .o'm 11,111 Period lie l as .» ™«»««.-i*.. to the bovK 6 “ Nt'-awborry festival biana Hall* *>?? girl<*tbls evening at m°“t strictly ,1 Proprieties will bo P^Per «hamcte°rsS!.r r’ii“,ul 111 im Wrs wrefully oxvtudod. THE RESCUE. In an item in yesterday’s issue of the Sentinel, in relation to the recent issuance of United Stales patents to mining claims on this coast, an error crept in regarding the name of the mine of John Shoenbar, tho energetic operator of Silverado. The name of the mine is the Rescue, and not the El Dorado, as erroneously printed. A Sentinel compositor is responsible for the mistake. In this connection we may take occasion to congratulate Mr. Shoenbar upon his success in ac quiring tlie Government title so speedily. Ilis application went through without a single hitch or hobble, and now lie is in a position to expect immunity from vexatious law, suits l'orall time to come. Tlie prop erty to which he has just received the United States patent is ono of the most valuable in this section. After a long, hard pull for more than three yiars, Mr. Shoenbar lias got bis mine in excellent and paying shape, lie is down with tlie main incline something over tioO feet, ami the ledge at that depth is rich and well defined. Tlie ore yields from $tiO to $1,000 per ton, though nothing that goes less than $100 is shipped for reduction. So far, the ore product of tlie mine has been worked at tbe Richmond Reduction Works, though it is tlie present inten tion of Mr. Shoenbar to construct a furnace of bis own at the mine this Fall. Another improvement projected by tlie same gentleman is the sinking of an artesian well in the valley con tiguous to liis mines. Tlie boring of tlie well has already been commenced and is to be continued without intervention until a flowing stream is struck. This will admit of the mines of Silverado and vicinity being worked much more advantageously than now, as water, at present, is tlie great desideratum in that section. Mr. Shoenbar lias made many substantial improvements on his propcity in the shape of buildings, hoisting works, etc., ami we are truly glad to learn that his efforts are being crowned with such signal success. M1TI.ES AM> III.OUI>t:n KTOCK. 'I'he finest lot of mules and blooded horses ever brought to this section of the State, purchased by VV. 1.. I’ritch ard, on his recent visit to Missouri, are now at Alpha. The mules, 150 in number, were selected with the great est care, and arc now enjoying a few days' rest prior to being put on the road, the long railroad i ide and drive to Alpha, and the necessity of being shod, incapacitating them irom im mediate service, and giving them an opportunity of recuperating before lie mg put in harness. The horses pur chased by Mr. Pritchard are race horse stock, and represent all the dif ferent g uts. Their arrival will nmke it lively at the coming races of this Summer and Kail. Several are to be sent to li t tle mountain to take a place in the races to come oil' there next week, and the entire stable will lie brought to Kureka soon for the June races over the Willows Course. One of tin.* horses, Flora, a thoroughbred sor rel mare, is said to be a marvel of sw ill ness, and those entering animals in races wit h her w ill have to look to their laurels if they intend to “bag” the purse. Flush and l’edro, belonging to the same stable, w ill be in the pool and endeavor to maintain their reputation. Mr. Pritchard has quite an establish ment at Alpha; a track is being put in condition for speeding bis horses, and all tho necessary equipments requisite to a private stable and race track is to be provided. Tiik IlmcK Yard.—Although but in operation two weeks, the brick kiln at John Maupin’s yard, on Spring street, is assuming formidable proportions, and lie w ill soon have 100,000 bricks ready lor burning, lie commenced with one assistant, but lias now live men and a horse at work with him. As a specimen of what constitutes fast brick making, John, yesterday, with three sets of “lour brick molds,” made i, l;l > bricks in an hour, lie has orders for 000,000 already, and as only a short portion of the season can be devoted to tile business, be intends to “ make bay w bile the sun shines.” ♦ - —— Painful Acciiiknt.—Mrs. Frown, tho elderly lady who was so seriously injured about a year since, and prob ably maimed for life, by the upsetting of a stage at Mineral ( ity, met with another misfortune yesterday morning and received painful injuries. Since tier partial recovery from the stage ac cident she lias only been able to walk with tho assistance of crutches. While crossing the lloor of one of her apart ments, a knot in the floor ot the room, on which the crutch was resting, gave way, hurling her to the floor. Her head struck the tloor so violently as to cause a severe scalp wound. She also sustained other injuries. Dr. A. t'. Bishop was summoned and dressed tlie wounds, which, though painful, are not serious. We publish elsewhere a description of “Hill’s Manual,” a new and prac tical book just issued from tho press, which is adapted to I he wants of every body. The work is a portent cyclo pedia of social and business forms used in overy-day affairs of life. In all respects the book is one of the most attractive and valuable ever published, nnd is alike useful to old und young in every condition of lile. OVERTAKEN UY .11 MICK.— Pay' lie fore yesterday, Constable Kelley left ■ town with tho papers of a suit in favor of I>. Mauheim against J. lleirne. Tho . defendant hail lull on tho stage that day, but tho oflloer overtook him at Alpha, when ho paid tho demand ami the costs of the suit and pursued his Journey towards the Sierras. Another Mink l'uiti ttasko.—John II. McGee, one of the principal owners in tho Tybo Consolidated and Gila properties, lias purchased another mine in Uoveille district; and will soon have a live-stamp mill at work. It is situ ated about two miles from the Gila mine, and high-grade ore is already being taken out. Kkvkii.i.k ISpi,i.ion.—The Gil*Com pany, of Reveille district, yesterday shipped 8 bars of bullion, by Wells, Fargo A Cq., to Suq Francisco, valuod at Parish Aid Society,—The ladies of St. James’ Church have formed what they term a Parish Aid Society, for the purpose of promoting the aggressive work of the parish, but not ot an elee mosynary character. Following are the officers elected: President, Mrs. D. W. Levan; Secretary, Mrs. Selden Hetzel; Treasurer, Mrs. Gibson. A committee was appointed to draft a constitution, and the society adjourned to meet at the call of the season. F. and A. M.—1The regular monthly meeting of Eureka Lodge No. 16, F. and A. M., meets this evening at Ma sonic llall, at 7:30 o’clock. Business ot importance will be transacted, and all members are requested to be in at tendance. Silver Bars.—The Richmond Com pany yesterday shipped, by Wells, Fargo A Co., to Now York, 6 bars of refined bullion, valued at §12,765. Bullion Shipment. — The Eure ka Consolidated Company shipped 92,000 pounds of bullion, by Pritch ard’s teams, to Palisade, yesterday. Strawberry Festival.—The Sis ters of Charity Rebekah Degree I. O. <1. F., will give a strawberry festival and ball on Friday nigbt next. Dusty.—As some may have not no ticed it, we remark incidentally that it was quite dusty yesterday. Wanted.—A boy to herd mules. See advertisement under the head of “New To-day.” Kill'* Manual. We have received at tho hands of tho pub lishers, Mosos Warren A Co., 10# State street Chicago, a largo quarto volume, entitled' “ llill’s Manuel of Social and Business Forms,” being an extensive work treating on the correct method of writing any dosciip I tion of document. The various chapters in | the book exhaust very completely in detail tho following subjects, nam ly: 1'enmanshi.n, which is very profusely il I is tinted and accompanied by the finest of lithographic copies, along with explicit direc tions for self-instruction and the art of touch ing. ft pell in v. Punctuation. 1 so of Capital Let ters and the Rules of Composition, are ull treat d quite at lengthy How t » U rite for tho Press forms an im porant chapter. That portion of the book devoted to Lctter Writing represents near two hundred letters of correspondence, including Letters of Busi ness, Applications for rituutions, Letter** oi Recommendation, Introduction, Friendship, Love, Ac , Ac. YVadding Ceremonies, Wedding Cards, and Notes of Invitation to weddings, parties, Ac., together with samples of a great variety of visiting, business and plain and ornamental cards, form a chapter that will bo examined j with gr -at interest. i ommcrci.il Forms represent Nnte«, Bills, i Ord< r«, ( hocks. Bruits, Receipts, Bills ot Lx- ' change, Due-bills, Ac., with the law of each S.ute relating te the legal rate*f interest and days of grace. Legal i arms present Articles of Agree ment, Bond*, Bills of rale, Deeds, Leaser. | Mor'gag H ills. Ac., with tlio law ot each State concerning the amount of property ex- i empt from tore*-d sale and execution and limit I of ti ne in which an action must b® brought to recover debt. Family Records are illustrated by a model Record of one family. A Dictionary in the work contains over 11, QOOword*, giving spelling, definition and syn onymous words io enable tho writer to avoid the inolegnnco of repeating iho same word several tiruos in a sentence. Short-hand writing i* so thoroughly illus trated as to mu .h this chapter a complete selt-inst.ruciar in this important art. How to conduct public mo. tings according to pailiaiu ntary rules, drafting resolutions, petitions to public bodi •**, form an extended ami important portion of the book. 1 ho correct form of punctuation, lettering and wording for sign painting, tombstone in seriptionsarid the purposes of engraving, is entirely new and forms a valuable feature of the Manual. ihe many alphabets, tho great variety of job types, directions for prooi-reading. Ac., are of especial service to literary people. The ahrevia'ions, statistical tables, foreign wolds slid phrases, late postal laws, diction ary of Christian names. Ac., are all impor tant. Iho rule* for writing poetry, the rhyming dictionary aronipai i d by tho la rge number of choice poem*, will bo especially interest ing ft# people of literary culture. ihi book i* printed in a stylo never sur pass d as a boos of the kind in this or any oth t country. Thus. L. lull, the author of this book, was for fifteen years on * of tho most popular teui-h rs of penmap'hin in tho I nitod States, and more recently ha* neon a very successful editor, newspaper publisher and business man. combining in an eminent degree the es sential qualities of mind and experience whi' h are necessary to prepare such a com pr-hensivo work. This book i< sohl only by subscription. G, A. LI'l\ L i* the agent for the work in this vicinity. Wo predict for him a gratifying success ia his canvass among oar people. my 1 »-t Likk is Swept.—Tho blood is tin life of the human system, keep it pure and all is well; for this purpose no standard inodicine has had so uniform and a iruing success as Dr. ID xi. y’s t Ki.Kitrtati;»> 1. X. L. iirm.RS, 'l hi* is a pure stimulant, medicat* d with the finest tame" and alteratives which the vege table kingdo ni affords; and is tho only prepa ration Ht present known which thoroughly meets tho emergency. Thoctf *ct of this pap ular restorutivu is continuous. Kach dose taken invigorates the vital energies of the brain, and its prolonged use will unquestiona bly cure any casco! debility,or mental torpidi ty that docs not arise from organic cause* be yond the reach of medicine. ' it is in the stiictost sense ot the word, an invigorating and regulating cordial, li the nerves tre tremulous and relaxed, it brae s them; if the liver is torpid it promotes activity in that or gan; the appetite is poor and digestion a slow and painful operation, it creates a rel ish tor food Mini enables tho stomach to con vert it into healthful aliment. Moreover, it is a specific for a large number of ailtuen*s, so mo of which are particularly prevalent in the damp and chilly weather which wo so of ten experience in midwinter. Among these may be mentioned rhoumatism, chills ami fe ver, and all the morbid conditions of the di gestive organ*. By insuring perfect diges tion and a proper flow of bile, it insures pure blood, a vigorous circulation, a.:d the nrotupt din hutge of all wait* mutter from tho sys tem. mylj-lui B1DVKR JSU1IK liOIKIlNO 1IOUSM.— Mrs. Dill, having leased this well known lodging-housd, on North Main street, is now prepared to furnish com fortuble aparimei.ts to all desiring them. Tint rooms are all furnished with spring beds. Terms, reasonable. ap-llm 1'iUTTFR.—An invoice of new ranch hotter, from tint dairy of Joel Willard, l ine Valiev, received every Thursday, at Taylor’s, my 12 K. K. Dodok, Uenoral Collector and Business Agent. Oflice at Maupin A Cromer’s. ml-tf Tiuplk Wine Vinegar, direct from Bordeaux, at Taylor’s. myatf A thousand pounds of clean wheat, just receivod at Taylor’s. niyhlf To Arrive—Upon the breaking up of the blockade—an immense assort ment of the choicest fancy groceries over offered in this market, at Tay lor’s. my5tf Just Received—A fresh supply of Cutting’s goods, embracing everything desirable in table pie-fruits and vege tables, at Taylor’s. myotf ——— - Guarantee—To any lady or gentle man, to become a correct waltzer in five private leasotis. L. Bach, Profes sor of dancing. 13-tfap A fresh invoice of Old Java and Rio Coffee, ground and green, at Tay lor’s. my5tf TlOCirS.mht FIRE INSURANCE ! THE LEADING COMPANY —ON THE— PACIFIC COAST THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ! No. 400 California M., Mail Francisco. (INCORPORATED IN 1801.) J. E. HOUGHTON.President (Jktl. II. llOWAlib.Vice President ('llAULi.S It. STORY.Secretary II. ii. Dilii 1 LG\V.General Manager Independent of Combinations, Re liable Indemnity, Honorable Healing, And rate? graded according te the burning ha.ard of the risk assumed, 'PHE HISTORY OF TIIE HOME MlTi Ali On the Pacific Coast for the past ton years and the fallowing well known Directors, are a sufficient guaranty of responsibility and lair dealing. DIRECTORS. VIRGINIA.NEVADA I L iiequa John (iillij San Fraucisro. Goo II Howard Robert Watt John 11 Kedington Geo S Johnson W M Greenwood Charles k Story Geo S Mann Cyrus Wilson W T Garratt C Waterhouse A I* liotttiing C L Taylor A Block K B Gray A K 1’ Harmon W O Wilson N Hayes J F Houghton John Ourrey L L Baker AY F Whittier CC Burr V D Moody E M Root W 11 White J LX Sheppard John A Lcddon Oakland, Chauneer Try!or A 0 Henry Robt S Farrdly Joseph Becht Joseph li Alarlin W B llardy Snu Jove. T Ellard Beans B I) Murphy Jacob Kb*h A Blister J S Carter J ack s >u Lewis J J Denny J 11 Dibble Sacramento. Mnrk Hopkins A Kedington J ulius YV cUlar Jay Curol&n I) V*’ Earl Stock ton. II II Hewlett C has Bolding J D Peters A M Simpson 11 M Fanning Gra33 Vnlley Marysv’illo Wm Watt i> E Knight Portland, Oregon. C II Lewis L F Grover P Wassorman B Goldsmith D Macloy The HOME MUTUAL will do a limited business in Eureka and vicinity. J. A. BRUMSEY, Tahoe House, Virginia, General Agent for Nevada. SAMUEL COOPER, Agent, Eureka; office at \\ ells, Fargo At Co. liiylJ-Im j. lkyi.v, Eureka. i. simo*. San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, 1MPOKTKR8 ASM PKALKRS IS CI3ARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Mi.in Slrccl, Dun'kn, KeTStlR. nl Minins; Tax. xpTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT 11 th<' taxes on the proceeds of the mines, lor the ouarter ending March 81st, 1 are now uue and payable at my office: and that the law with regard to the collection of the .same will be strictly enforced, J. C. POWELL, County Assessor of Kuroka County. Eureka. Nev., May ink, lfctfn, myti HOTICE. Having purchased the well known saloon at the corner of Main and Bateman streets, heretofore owned by A*. Walsh a the proprietor will be plea«ed to meet hi3 many friends to test his superior stock of liquors, wines and cigars. Call and 1W7,&ft,’llitnliti“*uf IX LOONY. Machine Sewer Wanted. V WOMAN WHO THOROUGHLY UN derstands working a sowing machine, j can find sternly employment by applying to I ap-Jtf AIKS. J. C. LOCK Wool). FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN! VKO. 1 UIMJAItn TABI.B, IN complete ordur. For particulars iu >iuire of JOE MKNDLS, myT-tf at “Frank’s” Saloon. LOST! Draft for mm, on \v. tv. traylor. Secretary of Adams Hill Consolidated .Minnie Company, San Francisco, in favor ot John VVilliams or order. 1'aymont has boon stopped. 1 he tinder will please return to Ht>*J7tf JoE MEN I>ES. For Rent. flMIE EUtE-VKOOF W Alt El (OUSE tfE 1. cuntly occupio*! by S. li. \\ ymuu us u mill mMstorohooso. Apply^to^ g CA|>1!0X Ranch for Sale. A WOOD RANCH, EI’illT MILES OFF. by good road, is offered at thirty-live cents per cord of unchoppod wood. Corded wood at oust. Apply b.v letter, X. Y. Ex press ollioo. myl > lw MISCELLANEO US. DON'S YOU SNOW -THAT THE PLACE to BUY GOODS i:V EUREKA —IS AT W. H. CLARK’S Mammoth Stone Building, Corner Main and Clark Streets, WHERE WILL IiE FOUND THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Consisting in part of Staple and Fancy Croccrics, Tobaccos and Pipes, Iron and Hardware, Paints and Oils, Crockery, Tin And Woodonware, And an endless variety of Carpenters’ Tools, Mining Im plements, Farming Utensils, Powder and Fuse, Cloth ingand Cents'Furnish, ing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Sta. tionery, Coal Ore 8ack», Ami everything else required by Miners, Furnace Men, Ranchers, Coal-burners, Families, 03 ANY 07HZ23 MAN! PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! Large Sales! Small Profits! Prompt Payments! IS MY MOTTO. Pdf-Heeds delivered to nr v pnrt of the town or surrounding country FREE OF CHARGE. AGENT FOR Dupont's llliistiu;? null Sporting l’uwiler. m.vS-tf W. H. CLARK. Meyers & Franklin’s EMPORIU3I. Prices Down! Prices Down! EVERY ARTICLE FOR SALE MARKED III PLAIN FIGURES! DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOTHING, EOOTS& SHOES. Call and See for Yourselves! MEYES & FRANKLIN, mh7-tf MAIN7 STREET. EUREKA. Patronize HOME MANUFACTURES! Gilroy Cigars and Tobaccos! MANUFACTURED EY THE Consolidated Tobacco Co., —OF — CALIFORNIA GROWN TOBACCO! A FULL LINE OF THE A ROVE HOODS constantly on liand and lor sale —AT— Gan Francisco Prices! Freight Rddcd, by Geo. Thacker & Co. fe20—i» LIVERY, FEED Sale Stotolo. C.C. CARt’KNTKR. II. HISI101’. BISHOP & CARPENTER. Q0IT1I M AIN STHMKT, NEARLY MBIM). ^ site tho Turner Iloilo, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased u number oi‘elegant turn outs and a lot of line saddle-horses, and are prepared to furnish OA UK LAO MS, Id '00 l MS and SAl>I>MM llObSMS at rcasonulde rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or mouth. Hay and Barley for sale. By lair-dealing, good stork, and strict at tention to business, wo hope to secure a lair share of patronage. apTtf Public Uotice. Miners and all others are hereby notified that the Bnsye Consoli j dated Mining Company (Limited) will i.ot be responsible for payment of labor or material furnished to parties having contracts or agreements to work on any cl the Company's mines in Binto, Secret Canyon, or elsewhere in Eureka county. JOHN K. Ml'lllMI Y, ■*iup*r\at3ndout Eureka. Nev., Goto I ar T. o8tt MTSCELLANF.O US. I MAGNIFICENT STORE. SAM. QOLDSTONE J J AS MOVED INTO THE STORE IN Odd Fellows Sail Building, With a splendid stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, CXiOTHXlff a, BOOTS, HATS, And a full nssnrtmont of General Merchan. diae. It is the only handsome place in town, whore a Lady in Silk or Satin, Or a gentleman in the moat recherche suit of broadcloth may gu without fear of SOILING THEIR DRESS By greasy shelves and counters. The public aro rospectfully invited to Inspect my Extensive Stock of Goods, And I shall be pleased to serve them at th» LOWEST PRICES. mj-ltf SAM. GOLD8TONE. EXTRA BARGAINS! DOWN WITH THE Price of Clothing. The well known Clothing IIouso of Jake Cohn & Bro., ORIGINATORS OF THE CLOTHING WAR AT VERY LOW PRICES! .Just Received I The very LATEST and BESt assortment of SjriDi U Sumer Clotlim -EVER EXHIBITED :iN EUREKA. A fine assortment of Hats anti Hoots ! WE WILL SELL AT Unprecedentedly low Figure* -AND DEFY COMPETITION! :LOTUING being oUR SrECIALTY.it is our aim to] Please Everybody in that Line! KrrOMHARE PRICES and no doubt von will CONVINCE YOUBSKLF that tho BEST and CA E A PEST good* are to he had At Jake Cohn & Dro’i. myt-tf SUDDEN DEATH! PROCESSOR IHtill PRICE WALK ed leisurely into tho GREAT, POPULAR OriE-PRXCB DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING EMPORIUM OF O. Dunkel & Co., YESTERDAY, AND FELL DEAD While examining the roods end prices. Doc tors Shoddy and Gallprioo, in thoir “post mortem”, reported death caused by A BROKEN HEART. Funeral serviced at all hours of the day AT DUNKEL & CO B. r R.—Hia friends, Messrs. LAKGE PROFITS and SLOW SALKS, with their children, Penury and L'ishonesty, are cordial ly invited to attond as chief mourners. _ _ nitlWM'-myh_ NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! Just Received at Aunt Hannah’s! Hannah’s! /GENTLEMEN’S linen and alpaca x IT Dusters, Straw lluts, and Broadway Shirts. Ladies’ Spring Hats, Raney Articles, Neck and Underwear. Now Novelties just received. Call at AUNT HANNAH’S. mv2tf South Main street. K K Stockholders. Holders of k k stock tn eureka and vicinity are notilied that I have this day deposited with I'nxton A Co. a eopv of tlie K K Assessment Roll, l’axton A Co. wilt receive asa’ssments and indorso eortifieaUa. AV*. S. KEYES. Superintendent: ap27td Per J. C: BROWN.