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About 4 o'clock Sunday morning, a Mexican named Dolores Montion waa tlwt and seriously wounded iiy Man Mi Bonterlo, another Mexican, at a S|*nisti fandango, which was given l»>t Saturday night in a saloon near tin lower end of Main street. Komerio, who was badly intoxicated, was asleep inirhair, and was somewhat abruptly iwakene 1 by some of Ids companions, wlirn he sprung to ids feet, drawdug hi« pistol at the same moment, and in tin scuffle which ensued the weapon wtidischarged, K»e bullet takingetFect in the left leg of Montion about six inches ale ive the knee. Some of Ko merio’s filcinls declare that tliedis charge of tlie pistol was aeeidemal, 'miihe cireiunsiauces mrongly indi **■* • hat tbe act »«■ intcniionul, as •i nr the allot was tired lie made a see nid at'cuipt to shoot, but was pre wenietl bv die bystanders, w ho took "" Weapon away Iroui him. When "'ilicenien Mooney and McKee ar raed at the scene Komerio ! ad ll d, "Ut the olHcers, alter considerable •Mrcli,discovered his track in llieout •ktn.of die town, and following it up J1111"' kbe olijeet of their pursuit in a "s-rteii ealim in Goodwin canyon, a 'nirt distance above the Ja ksnn fur 11® made a desperate resistance, '•eking the oltieers with rocks and m'wr missiles, tarn| it was with the fnatHst dilUriilty that Ids capture was 1 c'-ted. lie was dually subdued, luiw ,.Vfr;, an'l l»ken to the County..iail. r-Bishop was ealleii to attend the "’united inan. ||„ found dm /emus n'n* ,’ll.V broken, and Monday after , 1,0 operation of resection was i„„i0r. *'y removing about five in l"' *',H l”M,*t which was found Tii ubxttered inlo thirteen pieees. '* Doctor is somewhat hopeful of Iht l'1'1*1' !,ul considers it more " •»"« chances tliat ampuiaiion 10 uecessarv. Konmrlo was taken „Justice Keatty yesterday and examinaiion set for next Thursday 1u o clock A. M. * oyStolen, But Attached.—The J1* h* Sunday’s Skntinki, relative to * 1,1 °f horse* stolen from Newark T* «y last Friday night, was erron *>u' hi the somewhat important par ."-‘hatthe horses were not stolen Mai ill »/ ~"re hiken hy Deputy Con inent i upon a writ of attach I,,.. 1 * s,l't in favor of Josh Alder of n,,1" “"'hist - Hcckncll, the owner forn, t-'huals. \v« received onr in th.ti, l<in ,ro"i Mr. Hecknell, who at ioifs h'.Via>t n,lt aW!ll'e thill proceod »od ,1, i !',"e" commenced against him ilia . 11 ’'less supposed that the miss tliiet PBr,y h*d >•< 'ell taken awav h.v fiir, . /he actual condition of af to lii'in0We'r®r, A’as soon undo known hon ii,’a,,< “hor considerable eonten (ior„)n '!’a"'1'r "as sot-led. by Mr. Al iellvari Whittling lour of tile liorsesaml two. *' ovor t0 Uecknell the other THE PERASICH OUTRAGE. Further Particular* of the Attack Marie on the Staffe-The Case In Court—Comments of the ‘•chron icle.” We find in the Carson Tribune of last Fr'day some further particulars of the attack made on tire stage near that place by the Perasich brothers. Ash im being a resident of Eureka the case posseses a local interest. Says the Tribune: East evening a Tribune reporter in terviewed Al. Ilarkness, the driver of tiie stage fired upon by the Perasich brothers, and gained full particulars of tiie affair of Wednesday morning. Previous to hitching up Ilarkness learned that Asliini would take pas sage with him, and also hail intima tions that ■ no I’ernslcli Itrolliers Were on Hie lookout for the slayer of their brother. Alter receiving the mail, Darkness drove up in front of the Ormsby Douse, where tie found tile brothels in waiting, and just then a stranger walked up to the stage with a shotgun in hand. This man Dark ness took to lie Asliiin, and aL once thought tlie ‘'game" would commence, but the I'erasioUs paid no attention to the maii in question and started up the road. Tile man with the shotgun in quired of Darkness which road he in tended to lake, and was informed tite upper road, lie then told the driver lie won d meet him and get aboard. It appears that Ashim had gone up the road early in the morning and sc ! eluded himself in a ditch, there to Hwail the coming of tile stage, ami the man with the shotgun was a friend of Ins. While Asliini was laying in the (Inch, tiit* I’urasich brothers passed within a few yards of llltere he was Secreted. Anti they inquired of a hoy who hap pened to be coining up die road if lie had seen anything of a man there abouts. The boy replied negatively, an I the brothers wended their way up [ ilie road, and secreted themselves in j I lie cuiisialks above Gardner's ranch.] Otir readers may well imagine the leel- i mgs of poor Asliini when the seekers, oi his life were in such close proxim-! ity to ins person. After some delay in gathering pas- | sengers, baggage, etc., Darkness start ed on his journey. Mill thinking that tile man with the shotgun was Asliini and that he had taken the upper road j as directed, Darkness took the lower road, in order to avoid him, as he did not want any shooting scrape in ins’u, hut w hi-ii lie arrived near Gardner’s I ranch he found his men in waiting. | They were taken on board. The stage ! had not pns'eeded a hundred yards when Klia IVra-ich made his appear ance in liie road. I'lstol iu llttml. lie demanded Ihe stoppage of the J stage, at the same time tiling otf his gun, ('‘fioidermg llmt his life and those of Ins passenger« were in danger, liarkiess drove on with all possible speed. Shooting became general, all the brothers turning loose at the liv ing slHgo, but luckily the deadly mis siles went wide ol their mark and no body was injured. A pa--enger on the atage says at least ten shots were fired, and that Ashim lired once or twice al Ins foes from the coach. Tike fuse In knurl. This morning, continues the Tribune, 1 Klia Perasich appeared in tho Jtistiee 1 Court with his attorney, Gen. K. M. i ( lark. On motion of District Attorney j Patterson, tho complaint on which Klia was arres ed was dismissed, and two complaints entered—one against the said hli.i. and another against i icorge Perasich, charging each of them with intent to kill Al. Darkness and Ashim. I'lie examination was contin ued until Tue day next and defendants placed under ttd.tKH) bonds each. k oinnaeiiIsuj llic " Throntrle.*' Tho Virginia Keening (.’brmiele, ] commenting on the case, says: The | Car-011 Justice of tho Peace who re leased the Perasich brothers on fo.bbO bail must be a man of rare discern ment. IIis captcity for measuring the dc.rco of guilt of J lei's oils brought be fore him is extra rdimrv, and nitl-t give the people of Carson a feeling of safety in their beds. Those Perasich men, in their infuriated pursuit of Ashim, who had siaiu their brother in a (piarrel soma months before, were utterly reckless of the safety of people who had nothing to do with their fam ily affliction. They l lreil Ifnp-lo».iiivl Into a stage coach tilled with men and women, any one of w hom stood as great a chance ol getting hit as Ashim. This, we take it, is a greater crime than it they had caught Ashim by himself and comfortably kil.cd him. 'I he law can take no cognizance of the wrongs, real or imaginary, w hich moved the Perasich men to murderous wrath, though tho Parson Justice of Die Peace evidently did. Whatever lit' private svmpathy for the brothers may tie, he had no right to let it weigh in considering The Inorml ly of the Crimp. Innocent lives were put In peril by the Perasich brothers, and their hail should have been fixed at Mich a figure as to ill-lire tlieir appear nice in the courts, where (if they do not take flight) it is to lie hoped liiev may receive a lesson which will in future cause them to do their shooting in a loss dangerously promiscuous manner, Rkad IT.—0. Dunkel A Co. publish a special notice informing their cus tomers that they will take measures and till orders for custom-made shirts, which they guarantee to lit, at the same rates at w hich such garments are I sold in the store. They will also fur | nish, in a like manner, etudmere shirts and all kinds of gentlemen’s j underwear. Taxes Due.—Tax-payors will find it to their interest to road County Treas urer Montgomery's notice in to-day - sentinei.. Tin* State and county taxes are now due and payable, and, unless -ettled lietore tiie loth ptoxiuto, hoeoino delinquent, which su ijeets the owners ot pro|>orty to incalculable trouble and expense. A K it I v a i.s. —Tli e stage from the rail road arrived at 1 :">0 this morning. Among the passengers were Mrs. \Y m. M. Gates and l’rofessor YV. S. Keyes. PERNOXAI.. Win, Shaw, late Superintendent of the Eureka Consolidated Company, left ia>t evening with ids wife for San Francisco. A large number of friends and acquaintances assembled to hid them a regretful adieu. They take wiih them the best wishes ol ail who know them in Eureka. Judge 1). E. Baily and wife left last evening fora brief visit to the city of the Holden Hale. Fete Canavan and Billy Smith lef. yesterday with Prof. Parker, the great North American orator, musician and gold note distributor, for White Pino. They show- one night each at Hamilton, Treasure Hill and Eborliardt. A 1.1 1 11..11Arcn. Twii Men Against Five. Articles of agreement were signed yesterday between Alf. Chartz and Ned Iirannan upon one side, and Pete Canavan upon the other, for a lifting match with ten pound dumb bells, to come off next Saturday evening at Criterion Hall. The match is for $o00 a side, and the agreement is to theef feet that Chartz and Iirannan are to lift against Jive men, to be named by ( anavaii previous to the ei eningdesig naled for the match; that is, if Chartz and iirannan jointly lift up at arm’s length the weight a greater nninler of times than the aggregate number of similar lifts by tlie live men selected l>y Canavan, they win the money; if otherwise, Pele rakes the pot. Con sidering the wonderful display of strength and endurance in the recent match between Cliariz and iirannan, there are many of the opinion that no fi\e men can be found who can suc cessfully cope with them, and consid erable interest is manifested in the con test. ♦ Sudden Chanoks on the Mind.— James lleiry appeared in the Police Court yesterday for trial upon a charge of disturbing the peace. A jury hud been summoned, the witnesses sub jsened, and everything was in readi ness for the trial, when the defendant suddenly concluded to withdraw his former plea and [dead guilty to the charge. The jury and witnesses were discharged anti the defendant ordered to appear this morning for sentence, .shortly afterwards, however, lie re turned, with counsel, and asked to withdraw his second pica and reenter the original one of not guilty. Justice Heatly took llie case under advise ment, and will decide this morning whether he will entertain the last plea or intiict the sentence upon the plea of guilty. Tile defendant is also charged with draw ing and exhibiting a deadly weapon, w hich ca»e w ill also be exam ined by bis Honor to day. Watch Theft.—Last Friday night Harney Morgan slept at a lodging house at the lower end of town, and on getting up in the morning discovered that during the night his watch and chain had been abstracted from his vest pocket. A man named P. K. Ma son had occupied the room witli him, hut in the morning was missing, and -ev cral other circumstances combined to confirm tlie suspicion that he was the thief, and that he had taken his de parture in the direction of the railroad. Procuring a warrant. Officer W. H. Long started in pursuit amt Sunday forenoon overhauled the fellow on the railroad track about five miles this side ot Alpha, arrested him, brought him back to town and lodged him in jail. The stolen property was found in a roll of blankets which he was car rying. He will be examined to-day upon a charge of grand laaccny. Nearly In.—Last evening, for the first time, the stages connected with the passenger train in the canyon, about three miles from town. With the ex ception of a single team, which swings between the temporary terminus and town thestock has all been withdrawn, and in a couple of davs staging north ward Iroin Kureka vv ill he among the tilings ofthe pa-t, as i: is estimated that by to-morrow night, or Thursday noon at the farthest, the track will be com plett d and in running order to the de pot at tlie lower end of town, when Kit reka will be in direct steam communi cation with McCJearv District, the great continental thoroughfare,and all other important points in the civilized world. Steam ani> Hot Aik Paths.—Dr. Spinks' Russian and Turkish baths, on Spring street, are gaining favor and becoming more liberally patronized every day, and although perhaps not upon so extensive a scale, the baths have every essential convenience and sanitary element which characterizes the largest establishment ot tlie kind on the coast. The steam bath is par tietilarly adapted to this locality where smoke from tlie furnaces so begrinis the body that more than an ordinary process is required to render it aktn to (aodliuess, and we hope the Doctor's institution w ill lie patronized sufficient ly to justify him in making it a per manency. Will Open To-nruin’.—Professor Burton's dancing academy,at Criterion Hall, will be opened to night, 'on which occasion a general invitation is extended to the devotees of terpsl choroan amusements. Ladies who propose taking lessons are requested h> put in an appearance at the hall a* 2 o'clock l>. m. The Professor requests us to say that he teaches the genuine "dip” w hich has of late been so popu lar in fashionable society botli at the Last and in San Francisco. CrsTOM-MADB Shirts.—Joe Pilger, of tha San Francisco Shirt Factory, is in town for tho purpose of taking or ders and measures for shirts. Ho was here several months ago and took a large number of orders, all of w hich were tilled to the entire satisfaction ol his customers, itead his advertise ment under tho itead of "Now To day.’’ Compmm r.NTARiES,—Wo acknowl edge tho receipt of complimentary tickets tor the social party to bo given i by tho ladies st liigelow’s Hall on 1’hursday evening October 38th. The tmro announcement that tho party i' being gotten up under the auspices of I he ladies is a sufficient guaranty that it , is destined to be a brilliant success.' Robbkry and Mcrdkb.—About noor last Saturday four men entered the sec tion house of the Central Pacific Rail road Company, twelve miles west ol Palisade, and after robbing the Chinese laborers and killing one of their num ber decamped lor parts unknown. A -special engine with a posse of armed men was sent down Irom Carlin to ge in pursuit of the robbers. If caught they will tie brought to Eureka, as the crime was committed in this county. Parson Kelly.—We find this item in the Reveille of last Friday. “Parson Kelly, fState Superintendent of School marms, arrived from Battle Mountain this morning, and will leave for Bel mont to-morrow morning. On Sunday week he will preach in St. Gcarge's Church in this city. The Parson is in good health and spirits and is as lively as the divinity which doth hedge a preacher will permit him to lie.” Wanted—A girl, or woman, to take care of a child and do chamber work. Apply at Maupin A Cromer’s store. olittf -♦— Ik you don’t know what you want, go to the Golden Kule Variety .Store nnd inquire for it. Joe’s stock is now replete with every thing in g'nt’s furnishing goods, cigars, to bacco, notions, etc., and he (ells AT BOTTOM ITGUllKri for CASH. oliitf 0. Duaret. A Co., manufacturers of cassi mercs and white shirts and gentlemens’ un derwear. All orders for half a do/.en each will be tilled at store rates. Measures taken and true tits guaranteed. A kill line of Cross ,t Blackwell’s jams, jellies, pickles, shrimp and bloater paste, at Taylor’s olittf Oh tNOE, marmalade, tomato proserves, and honoy in glass jars, and in comb, at Tay lor’s. ol'Jtt Sea Foam, the world-renowned baking powder; a full lino of brandy fruits; table salt in boxes, and Taylor Brother’s homeo pathic cocou, all for sale at Taylor’s, olittf A full supply of table fruits, Tahiti lime juice, Toren capers and prunes, at Taylor’s. oP>tf -■+. No goods misrepresented to effect sales, at Taylor’s. ol9tf Lonorvo-HOUBR.- The San Francisco Lodg ing-house, over Cohn Bro’s store, has been entirely refitted and refurnished. The rooms are clean and w« 11 ventiluted; the prices reasonable, and it is the intention of the present proprietress to so conduct the estab* lishuient an to merit a liberal proportion of I ublic patronage. ootf - Removal.—Having purchased Dr. Lukens’ City Drug Store, 1 would repoctfully an nounce that 1 have on hand a large stock of patent medicines, chemicals, stationery, lamps, chimneys, etc.: all of which I will s«*l! at reasonable prices. Prescriptions carefully compounded. 1 have an office in the rear • t the store, whero 1 will trout all cases requir ing nmuical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to chronic cases. Consulta tion. fr*e; charges only for modi«*inos. (Jive me a call. L. TERRY, M. D. jyi>tf Removal.— Muldoon’s “Free and Easy’» has been removed from Buel street to the basemont under Whitton’s store, on the cor ner of Main and Clark streets. Those who desire to pass a pleasant evening and enjoy the POOREST brands of liquors and cigars, will give the Muldoon a call. o!4tf - ■ ■— ChaLLRHoR-—I will wrestle Mr. Gallagher for from SMXI u( wards, a side; cellar and el bow. American rule: weight 1A7 toltO pounds. Man and money rendv. ol.tf Ell W ARD CAFFREY. —— ■■■— Do you like Buckwheat Cakes and Maple Syrup? If vou do, just go to B. F. Mo Ewen’s and get some. old -- B. E.McEwt* has now Buckwheat Flour and choice Maple Symp, and ncw-crop Cran berries, just from t hicago. olitf Notick.—Uncle Mnnheim, corner Main and Clark street*, will dispose of AM) American Lever Clocks at ;4 Oil apiece; former (Slice, S7 to *8. jy30 II. Maxukui. IIOUI'N. mh4 ---— White Duck Pants, only six bits, at Ashim Brothers. spl7tf --+■ m<mhh. mhi Mechanics’ and Minors* Tools, of every de scription, cheaner than the lowest, at the Pioneer Cheap Store of Ashim Bros. eplTtf S. Ashim A* Pro. to-day received on com mission 50 dozen hard-made hickory ax handlcs, which they w retail at 50 cents each; and wholesale a $5 per dozen. spl7tf Mmiss. mhl If you want to have your watches and jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’a jowolry store. jy7-tf Thirty Barrels Crushed und (Granulated Sugar, at 17 cents per pound: '>0 kits Mack erel. at >0 per kit. for sale at Ashiai & bio's. Coin on delivery. o7tf —— - MOCITN. mh4 MOCirS. mh4 Economy is wealth, und to make a dollar, peruse the now advertisement of Ashini Bros. spl7tf CHALLENGE. UT F, THE UNDERSIGNED, CllAL lenge any five men in the town of bu reka J»*r iroui SI,1*00 to #2,000, to lift from a 5-pound t‘» a 20-pound dumb-bell. Men and money to be found ut the Skntinki. olfiee. ED. BK ANN AN, ol2tf ALF. CHARTZ. Saloon to Let. I WILL KENT UPON FAVORABLE terms, with all the fixtures complete, tin saloon in Bigelow’s Hall, on thu corner ol Bateman and Duel streets. For particulars apply on tho promises, sp-tott JESSE BIGELOW. PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, Kirat door north of tho Pioneer Restaurant. North Main stroet. Eureka. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING HE 1 contly opened the above establishment iffera his profeaaional services to all who lesiro a tirat-elaaa ohysioirnumieal HAIR CUT. or an ecatatic SHAVE. Per Hair Cutting, bo cents. Shampooing >0 eenta. fl Connoctod with tho eate.h " "intent aro several neat and rant Rath Rooms, where moat desirable Hot or Cold Ruths van he had at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A share of public patronage is solicited, au&btf J AMES M. M MOODY. 1’rop‘r. MISCEL LA NEO US. •: --r-.-:: -r-» ir~iL:_ -vw.tr- '"nvtTB—PPI 1 ,'TI J m L. W. CROMKR. T. 4. MAUPIN. MAUPIN&CROMER Wholosa’e and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, Mill and mining goods, gas PIPES STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. Home Furnishing Goods, STOVES. TIN AND COPPER WARE. POW DEK AND FUSE. WINDLASS ROPE OF ALL SIZES, ETC. We ore also prepared to Cut and Fit Gas Pipe. ILL & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notice. The best quality af Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturer! ot Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. . Particular attention paid to all work In our line, and guaranteud to give perfect satisfac tion in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder 1N.WDER, FUSE. CAPS. ETC. anotfMAUPIN k CROMER. J. C. LOCKWOOD. MAIN STREET. ADJOINING THE Eu reka Hotel, importer and dealer in Hardware, Brats and Steam Goods, Bar and Sheet Iron, DriU Steel, Oz and Horse Hails, Hope, Gas Pipe, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps, Cook and Parlor Stoves, Etc., Etc., Etcl Copper, Tin and Zron Work Made and Repaired. GENERAL JOBBING AT LOW RATES. mvi-i-tf NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM! R. SADLER & CO., Eureka, Nevada. Branch Store, Hamilton, Nevada. '■plfE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GEN 1 eral Merchandise in the State can be fuund at R. SADLER A CO’S, In the Building formerly occupied by OBERFELDER & HARRISON AND WILL BE SOLD AT The Lowest Possible Prices. Mining Companies, Miners, Far mers, Country Merchants, Restaurant & Boarding House-Keepers, Fami lies, and Others Buying Hoods, will 6nd it to their advantage to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. OUR STOCK or CLOTHING, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Cannot be surpassed. Customers can rely on tair and libort I dealing. Goods delivered in Eureka And its vicinity free of churgo. AGENTS for the London Fire Insurance Corporation, For the California Powder Works, Heres ies, Blasting, Sport inp Powder and Fuse. ALSO, FOR BARB'S WIRE FBSiE. .Feft»tf DANCING ACADEMY Pl«*r. BACH INFORMS THE ladies anil gentlemen of Eureka that he has secured BIUELOW’S 11A EL, and will open classes of in Riruciion diwi' ua i vnoum 18th. 1k75, fur ull modern bull-room dunces, including the Huston Dip, Koyal Horsel.uard und I'uriHiiin Variety Quadrilles, instruc tions will also be given iu cal.-st henics, which tend greatly to promote graceful deport rnent. Cla-ROR for gentlemen. MONDAY nnd FRI DAY EVEN INUS, at 7H o’clock. Classes tor ladies, 2 o'clock, in tbo after noon, sumo daya. Classes lor children, .SATURDAY AFTER NOON, ut 2 o'clock. With regular attendance rapid progress is guaranteed. 'I he Hall will bo lot to any parties at reason able rates, by 1’rof. back. ob’Uf j. mcvin. Eureka. i. himon. San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, I It PORTERS AND DEALERS IH CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, 8CH00L BOOM, ETC., ETC. Mnlu Mrvct, Eureka, Nevada nl MI8CKLLANKO ZJ8. J.T. moon. 3. B. MeDongalL FALL IMPORTATION. First of the Season. FIRST SELECTION OF THE MARKET -AND TIIE Cheapest Stock -OF DRY GOODS! -EVER BROUGHT INTO THE STATE OF EEVASA. Having a thorough knowledge of the kind of good, required, end whet good, are worth, we went the public to rail end in.pect our stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goode, which lor quality, quantity and Srices are unknown to this section of this into. Dress Goods! We call special attention to this leading de partment, in which are to be found the latest stylos. liLACK UOODa a specialty; the beet that are imparted. Drap d’Ete Cashmere, Sublime in all qualities, sold at Eastern prieol. sosmici, A very large Stack. Blankets! Blankets! All sites, colors, quantity and quality. Call and inspect them. Shoes, Shoes! A fine assortment, ef the best maker*, at thw* very lowest prices. Table Linens, All qualities, kind and colours. Enumera tion being tedieus, therefore we invite all to give us a call and inspect our stock, and they will not go away dissatisfied. MILLINERY. This stock will arrive in a few days, trimmed to order by the most Fashionable Milliner of San Francises. Our Store Closes —0» SUNDAYS. MOORE & McDOUGALL. sepffltf EUREKA AND PALISADE Hall ro ad! OPER TO THE SUMMIT. STAGES FORTHESUMMIT LEAVE HAMILTON every day at 7 o’clock, x. u. Leave Eu reka at 5:10 r. M„ arriving at the Summit at s:10 p. n„ connecting with the Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD! Passengers remaining ever night at ALPHA, and arriving at PALISADE in time to connect with the daily paa> •enger trains of the OBHS&AK FAGZrZO Stages will leave the Summit at 0:10 r. M>, arriving in Eureka at 1:10 a. u. There ii a Commodious Hotel AT ALPHA, Wheret Passtagen will leeelva llrst-t'luM AeeomaiedaUaaa FRED. FISK. Agent fo3-tf-s21 For Sale at Cost. Desiring to quit the business, my entire stock of goods, including a General Assortment of Mer chandise and Miners' Supplies, ZS TOE SAJbZl AT 008*. All persona indebted to me are requested to mak« imipodiato payment of their aecounts, or failing >o do so, to execute interest-bearing notes. My store, on the corner of Main and Clark streets, will be FOR RENT on and after No vember 1, 1CT». j 8 WHITTON. Storage and Commission. rjMlE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE Grain and all Kinds of Oouatry Produce, on STORAGE OR COMMISSION, In the basement of the new 1. O, 0. F. build ing. This building ia Fir E-PROOF and new, and for storage purposoa tho bulouieutia su perior to any in Eureka. For particulars regarding rateSj »p ply Office in basement of I, 0. 0. F. building, from 10 a. u. to S r. u. oltfti SETTLE UP All persons indebted to snet SINGER A HENDERSON are notified toeall around and settle, as after this date in terest will be charged upon all aecounta new due, ol7-lw