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gUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
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Locomotivk OiTcHKn.—About half past nine o'clock yesterday morning, as the construct inn train from Alpha was leaving a pi int where it had stop ped mi liorse-shoe liend, alenit three miles this side of (lie Suinn.il, the lo coinotive ran oft' (lie traek, and after running thirty nr forty feet on the tie 111 milled over the hunk, which was shout four feet high, and fell on its back with its wheels in the air. The train had but Just started slid wasmov iiig very slow ly, snd as the traek wa« in good rondliion tiie accident cm only Ui accounted lor as one of those uu uvoiduliiu ini'liaps which sometimes recur ill ruilroHiliiig, in spite of the most extreme ouitloii. .John llowdeu the engineer, suffered to tiie extent of a slightly sprained ankle. Theie were two other men oil the engine at the time, hut they Jumped <>ll' in time to save themselves from injury. With the exception of the two forward wheels of the first car none of the lest (if the train left thelrack. Some of the hands went in a hand car to Alpha, where they telegraphed hero for an en gine, wliieh w ns sent out and the train was brought through after a delay of a few hours. Tim First Storm.—Tiie first storm of the season visited Eureka..tester day. In all parts of Eastern Nevada the past year lias been the dryesl ever known since tiie settlement by the whiles of this portion of the Stale. There was little or no snow deposited <m the mountains, last Spring, and during the Summer mom Its we have had scarcely a sprinkle. Tsually re freshing Summer showers have been of frequent occurrence, hut the season Just closed lias proved a striking ex ception to tiie general rule. While the health of this community Inis hern remurkab y good, a popular belief lias existed that a soaking ruin to purify the atmosphere would be highly bene ficial. It came yesterday, lasting for •wi'eral hour* and finally winding up *'llh a flurry of snow. At this w riting (midnight,) the storm has ceased, leaving a clear sky and the atmosphere crisp and chilly. Burn at Pioohk.— A private tele gram from Pioche, yesterday, mm flounces the liirth of a daughter to the wife of Ike Phillips. Ike and hi-s fam ily moved to Pioche from Kureka a lew iiioiitlia utio, and per con*e<iuence d'e lia-e liange claims at least a preli minary interest in the event. Connubial 1 n fi licit v. — William Lawmaugli, upon the complaint ol his "he, was arrested Tuesday night ut Buby Hill, upon a charge of assault and battery. The atl'uir will he adju dicated to-day in the Police Court. - - -♦ -- Abating.—The whisky epizootic in the Sentinel's composition room lias perceptibly abated since Tuesday flight,and the indicate ills are favora hie for its entire disappearance before our next issue. Stocks,—We tire indebted to the At lantic and Pacific line for the stock quotations of yesterday, tile Western i nion lino being down. Letters.—The lettor list appears to day. Tub Party Tins Evening.—Every body and his wife will attend the party to lie given this evening, at Bigelow’s Hall, for the benefit of St. James’ church. The ladies who have the management of the affairs have been u .remitting in their efforts to furnish everything necessary for the pleasure, convenience and comfort of the guests, and all tlie indications betoken one of tlie jolliest affairs that has ever trans pired in the Base Kange. A bountiful supper, which lias been donated, will be served in the hall, and other lighter refreshments will bo furnisliod during tlie evening. --♦ - -. Personal.—James T. Mathewson, of Hamilton, was in town last night. Pete Lovell, the veteran telegraph repairer, struck in to get out ol yester day’s rain. Several gentlemen looking out for a favorable place to go into business, have pot in an appearance here since tlie completion of tlie road. 1'ike in the Oi-hir ISiiArr.—There was a rumor about town yesterday to tlie effect that somebody had received a private dispatch from Virginia City announcing tiiat the Opliir shall was on lire. YVe can not vouch for the cor rectness ot the story. Shipped.—Y’an Y'leit, of tlie Kit Car son nime, yesterday shipped a liou-e over Prospect mountain on a pack train. Tile material, which had been framed at the lumber yard, will lie put together when it reaches its destina tion. Held pgr Postage.—There are re maining m tlie l’oslotfiee, held lor post age, the following letters: B. 1>. Tur ner, Jacksonville. Ala.; Cieo. Metzger, Hamilton, New; Miss Lottie YY’escoit, Pioclie, Nev. liKLl) mil I'ostauk.—A letter ad tlreaMed to “ Aire. (i. W. I’rice, Kureka, Nevada ” is detained at the Siicra memo I'oslolliue lor the want ol pust ♦ ~ - In I’ioch k.—J. 15. Osborn, superin tendent ol tin? Groom property, arrived in Piociie Sunday. Hoys! —If you want good, warm, Winter umlo’ciotliimr. fancy woolen shir *, tobacco, cigarr, or anything in tho notion line. Cl 1 EAP iUil l'A*'ll, go to tho littb* Holden uule \ a riety Store, two liooii north of Wells, l argo a '.o'* Kxpr«»s. uifttt Clkar thk Tk k.—Hoard per week, $7 (*>. at Kump’s, opposite th* Itichmond xurmue. oZ »tf FfBYtSMKP Hoomm ro Lkt.—Three elegantly famished rooms, single or en suit.*, to rent to "ingle g<*ndem©n or a family without chil dren. Apply ut the rufid mv or stm© oi oJ.tf i . W. soil Vi AMB. At T!rt*. Auctioy.—M ill bo fold at publi - auetion, on TilUltSDAY next, 2Mh instant, at II o’clock, nt tho Italian lodfing-houae, en 'joirig str*.»t. near Clark, household and r h n furniture, coii"isting of bedstead" and bedding, b.m il i-, tables, stoves, chairs, etc. Terms, ca b. uJ-tl UHtSEPPIXA IJASSbTTE. Lopoino-HOUSR.- Tho Sun Francisco Lodg ing-house, ov« r Cohn Hro’s ftoro, lias boen entirely refitt«*d and rcfurin-hcd. '! b-« rooms • re cl an and »v. II ventilated; tho price* reasonable, and it is tho intention of tin j*r> sent proprietress to s* conduct the ©"tab li-h uom n- to merit a liberal proportion of i ubli.* patronage. o>tf ; ♦ RrMoVib.— Muhioon's “Free and Easy”! has been removed from fluid street to the j bawment under W Litton1* store, on the ©or icr of Mam and Clark stnu t*. Thus© who ] d -ir© to pm* a pleasant evening ani enjoy ih« ftMiliESI brands of li iuois and cigars. 1 will give the Muldoon a call. olitl •o - Ik you don’t know what you want go to th** Holden Kulo Variety Store and impure for it. Joe’s «toek is now replete with overv ibiug in g nt’s furii-hii'g good", cigar*, to ll. iceo. notions, etc., ami he soils A l H1 * I TOM HOVELS for VASIL oltfti' Ska Foam, tbs world-renowned baking powder; a full lin© of brandr fruits; table mu It in bogie*, and Tivlnr brother** hum - pa'hie cocoa, ull for sulo at laylor's. olUtf 0. Pl’SkKL A Co., nianufuciurers of ca«si meresand w hite shirts and gentlemens* un derwear. Allord rs for half a dozen each will be fill d at storo rates. Measures taken and truo Ills guaranteed. MOOI'S. ml) I Xoticil—ITiolo Manheim, corner Main and ('lark struct*, will dispose of HjO American Lover Clocki at *4 U*» apiece; former price, 57 to 58. jyM 11. Mamhidi. Thikty barrels Crushed and flrfttiuiated Sugar, at 17 cents i>*r pound: 50 kit* Mack •r»d, at <i >0 per kit, for sulo at A*him A liro's. Com on delivery. o7if S. AhhImA Lbo. to-day received on com mission uO d"/en hand-mad© hickory ax lian ll. s. wl.iidi they w retail at ft) cents each; ami wholesale a $o per dozen. spl7tf If you want to have your watches und jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to 1\ Stoler’s jewolr.v store. j>'7-tl A full lino of Cross & Jllaekwell’s jams, j* lli<*s. pieklos, shrimp and hloater pusto, a,. Taylor’s ol'«Ht OKiNdR, marmalade, ton a to preserves, and honey in glass jars, and in comb, at lay lor’s. ollU! A full supply of table tmits, Tahiti lime* juice, Toren capers and prunes, at Taylor’s, ol'df MOt’irN. oi h 1 ♦ Whit* Duck Pamtij, ah.1v si* bit., «t Ashirn Druthers. ^ _ BIOCH'M. mill —- ■ ♦ - — Mm mines’ anil Mlnure’Tool,, of i>vory de scription, pbfiuhur Ibari the lowest, at tb« Pioneer Cheap Store of Asbirn Uro.-. *p!7tf I>o you liko Duckwhout Cakes anil Mario Svrai '! if vou do, just go to 11. 1'. Mc Ewen’s and got Homo. oil) - « Wasted—A girl, or woman, to take care of a child and do chambur work. Apply ut Maupiu Jt Cromer's store, olUU Eureka Lodging-house.—Mrs. Lucy Young would respectfully unnounce that she has leased the lodging department of the Eureka Hotel, which she has thoroughly renovated and refurnished, and is prepared to accom modate, her patrons with all the comforts and conveniences of a first-class lodging-house. Koona* rented and lodgings furnished by the month, week or night. 1 hero aro itf* rooms in the house, and while their pi ices will vary iu a •cordaneo with their si/.o, location, etc., all will no kept with uniform neatness. The rooms huvo. been refurnished throughout with new spring bods, and the proprietress is confident that her patrons will be satisfied with her prices, the rooms, and the manner in which they aro kept. o20-lw --- Removal. Having purchased J)r. Lukens* City Drug Store, I would repectfully an- i nounco that I have on hand a large stock of patent medicines, cli -mu-als, stationery, lamps, chimneys, etc.: all of which I will sell at reasonable prices. Prescriptions carefully compounded, i have an office in the r**ar f (ho store, where I will treat all cases requir ing in- dical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to chronic eases. Consulta tion, free; charges only for medicines, (live me a cull. L. TERRY, M. D. jyl>tf R. K McKwen has now Ruck wheat Flour and choice Maple Syi up, and new-crop Cran berries, j ust from (. hicago. ol >tf nih4 No ooodh misrepresented to effect sales, at Taylor's. oPJtf Economy is wealth, and to make n dollar, peruse the new advertisement of Ashim Bros. spl7tf - M4HIIS. mh4 J. STRAUS, lu 1). B. Immol A Co's BoukiuK House. Curekn, Keeps constantly on hand the bust assortment of Gold ar.d Silver Watches, Chains, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, etc., Ever offered in Eureka. Ilo also ha* in hi* employ the best watchmaker in ihu&tate. _auiOif _ SOLE TRADER’S NOTICE. QTATK OF NEVADA, COUN IY OF EC it roka—8*. Notice is hereby given tliut Harriet A. liaile>} of the town ami county of Eureka, Nevada, intends to nia^e an oppli cation to th * District Court of the Mxth Ju dicial District 01 the State of Nevada, on the 2-d clay of November. A. D. Ih7’), for an or der of said Court permitting her to carry on business in the county of Eureka and else where in the State of Nevada, in her own name and on her own account, pnr*uant to an ai t of the L< gisluturo of the State of Nr viola, entitl 'd “An Ac t to aurhori/.e married wom»*n to transact business in th*ir own name* a* •olo traders,** approved February ii, lsc}7. '1 h ■* business she intend* to carry on i« »hnt et keeping loJging-bouso. buying and •idling and dealing in reai estate ami per sonal property. 1IAKU1ET A. HAILEY. October 22, IS7-Y o28td DELINQUENT NOTICE. 'no U TliEK CLAItK AND 'JIM. FIN I NktfA.Y: You, and eac h of you, arc ln rc by notified that i have performed labor on th* Eagle of Liberty mine, situated •list of llie K K und .skylark mines, Kuby Hill, in Eureka Mining District, and Eireka county, Nevada, sufficient to com ply w irh 'h • act of the( ongress of the United •rate* of Ma> lOlb, lfc?2, in relation to min ing claim* held b vjoint owners; and you, and •ach of you, are hereby required to perform your share of saidluboror pay the under signed therefor, or yourint n^st in said mine will become my property a cording to law. >aul mine is ownet as follows: Luth r Clark.... 200 Toot Tim Finnegan. 100 feet JOHN CULLEN. Eureka, Aug. 2oth ICTi. nu2»- 0d HIRAM JOHNSON, W holesaic and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AMP Provisions ! Cutter and Eggs a Specialty. Uiica^o IKnnaw tm<l Krcnkfust bacon. sugar cured, always on hand. irThree doors north of Clark street, on Main street. aidtf Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meal*, 37 12 Cent*. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On and after November, 1, I^7>, the above prill-* will bo charged ut the Silvor Erick. o2ltf WAL GILLEN, Proprietor. F. LOBWY i pKtiS TO INFORM HIS friend? that he ha? bought t lie agency of J. 11. M It'll A LE lor nil tho I nnU rii Papers, FerloillcwlH, Magn linen wild Fiwlilou iiookn* And is prepared to deliver them to his aub* •auribore iu thoir place ot residence V IS U s: OF C II A It <i E ! M'oFFICK, at (1. Young’s Gunsmith Shop, n xt to Movers and Franklin’s. apE-G j Checks Lost. riMIE rrilUC AUK CAl'TIONKD 1 npwinBl u«Ki>tUtinit Or uny ot tlio »«*• luwin. checks ilriryn by the Uiehn oml Aim* ing lYni | nu> tin llio ittiiik of ! oxter. A 1 o„ |In- Biiino Imeing been lo*< hii>1 iniyijicnt |.o.l Check No. :«Vt. for -2‘>: check No j* . for JlOP.cj; check No. tfUior-iMi for # «>kl: cheek No. 42 i, lor $81 50; chock No. 2 4). for ?4 (HI. ohw_ NOTICE. r H. P. ST1MEKK, OWNER OF THREE hundred foot in a claim known as ti e .Manhattan mine, «>n Prospect Hid, near the town of Eurol.it, Nevada, do hereby forewarn all noisone, from bargaining or purchasing saiu iut rest ot mine in said claim Horn any p< rsou or persons w hatever, without my con K>nt. or due authority troui me, said interest having been unlawfully advertised b> one Samuel J, Uoebo, lust mi vr olttf H. P. STIMLLh. MISCELL A NEO US. EUREKA FOUNDRY!” I*. C. AND B&SON, Having purchased the proper. ty known a* the Eureka Foundry, is now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc., with Castings of All Desrriptiona j also. Machine Work. err Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hamil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with disjHitch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders loft at the foundry, or address ed to L. 0. ANDERSON. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, Will receive pronint Attention. o'iOtf DANCING ACADEMY. pROF. BAt'II INFORMS TIIE X ladies ami gentlemen of Eureka that he has secured Dili BLOW’S HAUL, and will open classes of in- L*4Y srruction MONDAY EVEMMi, October 18th, 1875, for all modern ball-room dance*, including the boston Hip, Royal llorseOuard and btirisian Variety Quadrilles, instruc tions will also be given iu calisthenics, which tend greatly to promote grace! ul deport ment. Classen for gentlemen. MONDAY nnd FRI DAY EVENIN OS, at 71* o’clock Classes tor ladies, 2 o’clock in the after noon, same days. < ltt-ses for children, SATURDAY AFTER NOON, at 2 o’clock. NVith regular attendance rapid progress if guaraifteeti. 1 he Hall will b» let to any parties at reason- l able rates, by i rof. back. olitf I PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mu in street. Eureka. 'PH® UNDERSIGNED, HAVING RE I cently opened the above establishment offers his professional services to all who lesire a first-class physiognomical llAiiv CUT, or an ecstatic SflAVE. Htr Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing >0 cents. Connected with the estab lishmcnt ore several neat and elegant Path '/.corns, where _Ln!«the most desirable Hot or Cold liatb« can be bad at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A share of public patronage is solicited. au22-tf J AMES M. M MOODY. Prop*r. The Old Stand. GEO. BAXLEY dc CO. BEG TO ACQUAINT THEIR friends and the public fhat they have opened the U Li) STAND MEAT M A II K K T, nearly onposite the Odd Fellow.-’ Hall, and would state that they do not sui* ply any of the largo eating establishments in town, *o they will be able to Supply Families with the Choicest Cuts, such as Porter House and Loin Steaks, Fresh every morning. Calf’s head and feet, well dressed tripe, calf’s tongue, sweet bread and brains. ol’ltf Storage and Commission. f|MlE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE Crain and all Kinds of Country Produce, on STORAGE OR COMMISSION, In the basement of the now I. 0.0. F. build ing. This building is FIR E-l'llOOF and new, and for storago purposes the ba ement is su perior to any in Eureka. For particulars regarding rate-, etc., arply to E. 11. MILLER. Office in basement of I. 0. 0. F. building, from 10 a. m. tod y. m. oltfti CALIFORNIA MARKET. South Main street, Eureka, opposite Odd Follows’ llall. CZZAS. G0X.L, - - - Proprietor. 'IMIE finest beef, pork, 1 Mutton, Veal, Sausage. 1 allow', ore., ai wholesale or re tail, and at ilio LUWtSl hA i’ES in town. MEATS DELIVERED TO ANY l’ART OF TOWN FREE OF CHARGE. Come and give me a trial. apltf CIIAS. GOLL. To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES! DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN SARY, NO. 023 KEARNY ST., corner of Commercial, San Fran cisco. Private enirunco on Com 1 menial street. Fistablishod in 1n»i, lor the treatment of Sexual and Seminal Diseases such as Gonorrhoea, Gleet.Stricture, Syphilis in all its forms. Seminal Weakness, Impotoney, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years* standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful ly treated. Dlt. GIBBON has the pleasure of announ cing that he has roturned from visiting the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time ncr m' ncy in seeking out now remedies, and ha? returned with increased facilities for the allo viution of human suffering. Scan inn! Weakness. Seminal emission is the cot sequence of self abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved soxuai indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost unlimittd extent, produc i ing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless combated I by scientific medical measures, vii.: Sallow I countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain i in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like tht rustling of leaves 01 rattling of chariots, un easiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances. 8 disposition to slum society, loss of memory* pimples and various eruptions about tli« face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath* coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, and frequently insanity. If relief ho not obtained, you should apply immediately, ei- | ther in person or by letter, and have a cure i effected by hi- n*w and scientific mode o! treating this disease, which never fails o: effecting a quick ami radical euro. 4 lived at ISoiiii*. Persons at a distance may be CURED A’l HOME, by addressing a letter to l)R. GIB BON , stating case, symptoms, length of time the dist'dso has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full Mini plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis tered letter through the Postuflice, oi through Wells, Fargo Jir Co’s, a package of medicine will bo forwarded to any part of the Union. Persons writing to tbo Doctor will please stato the nanio ol‘the paper they see this ft** vei tis.ir.ent in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DM. J. I. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco. California. j v 1 -1 V _ $20 REWARD! OTOLEN OR KSTRAYED FROM THE ^ Fish Creek Ret eh, « no black hors**, tf years old, weight 1,000 pound*, and branded “A. C.” low down on the right hip. A re ward of $20 will be paid for his delivery to BISHOP & CARPENTER. oBJ-lm Main street. Eureka. .V. ASHTM A BRO'S COLUMN. >49 b >75. THIS IS NEWS! WOW BSeXWWXWO! THE IMMENSE ANNUAL CLEARING SALE -OF Til K— Pioneer Cheap Store of Nevaja Time, 20 Bay«! Only 20 Bay*! Coin Talk*! Jawbone Played Out! BUY CHEAPEST, WHEN BE?" ! BARCAINS UNHEARD OF ! PRICES UNPARALLELED. Importations Arriving Dally ! ROOM MUST BE MADE! OUR ENORMOUS, ELEGANT AND Fashiiua ale Stock of READY MADE CLOTHING! COMPRISING IN PART Beaver Suits, Black, Blue & Brown, for $25—Worth $45. English Corduroy Suits for $18—Worth $30. Chinchilla Suits $25—Worth $45. French Cassimere Suits of Every Variety and Color,from $10. Doeskin Pants, $9—Formerly $15. Beaver Pants, $7-Formerly $12 French Cassimere Pants, $5— Formerly $9. American Cassimere Pants for $3—Formerly $5. And a full assortment of other grades in pro portion. Vests! “Vests! Velvet, Clo'h, Beaver, Cassimere. Chinchilla, or any Other Kind At figures astonishing to tho most ineredu Ioup. We take pleasure in announcing our de partment of BOOTS AND SBOB3 Includes the Standard Mukes of the West and bast, and will bn offered ut manufactur ers’ prices. -OUR LINE OF XXATS AND CAPS Ip tho largest in Eastern Nevada. The most fastidious easily suited, not only in 1’LlCE but in STYLE. Cents’ Underwear! In endloss variety. GLOVES ! From fancy silk to solid buck, thirty per cent, leas thun heretofore. 5,000 Yards of House lining ! At SEVEN AND A HALF cents per yard 1 DUCKING and DIALLING likewise very cheap. For Groceries & Provisions ! Jast call, look and get figures. axmmG outfits j I lard ward, Cuttlery, Tinware, Crockery, ] 'tli-wMie, Stationery, (ilft?*-war>. Notion*, W codec-wn re, Tobaccos Cigars, Willow-ware, Liquors Wiue*. l’lated-ware. Trunk*, Yalijif, lilanket*, Quilt*, And everything eatable and wonrrble found m a full and complete Mock of tiuneiul Mer chandise koi*t at a nrst-class store. ATTENTION STRANGERS. Our Goods aro frosh and now; “ old ” Goods wo nover keep; Auction Goods wo do not All artieiesguaranteed ns rocotnmonded. Goods delivered free, gran and for naught. Store Open fTotn ti 11. to 10 r. u. Attentive and polite clerks; and, further, we do not desire to eonvey the idea that wo .ell forlun or glory,or put up uureelvu* as tin* model phiiaiitropistsof the uge; yet, we hon estly believe, ergo do most emphatically a - sert that our prices aro lower than any other house in this section, our motto being: Greatest Qunntlty of Bml Qual ity lor the l east Money. TO PI OX I 1T!S : '1 he standing of our firm for fair, scpiaro and up. Ukt dealing is too well Known to need embellishment. Tot OP.Vft.Y 1KALKKS: bt,octal atten tion paid to OKI*Kitts. “Truth is mighty and must prevail. Our stock of goods is all for sale. One thing more we’ll only mention, 'J o sell low-priced is our intention; So, if cheap bargains you design, Loek out oil -Main street for our sign.” S. ASHIM & BROTHEB, Stone Building. auil MISCELL A NEO US. J. P. Moore. J. B. McDongall FALL IMPORTATION. First of the Season. FIRST SELECTION OF THE MARKET -AND THE— Cheapest Stock —OF DRY GOODS! -EVER BROUGHIT INTO THE STATE OF NEVADA. Having a thorough knowledge of the kind of goods required, and wbat goods are worth, we want tho public to call and inspect our stock of Stnplo and Fancy Drv Goods, which tor quality, quantity and prices are unknown to this section of this State. ... .1. Dress Goods! We call special attention to tliii leading de partment, in which aro to be found the latest styles. BLACK GOODS a specialty; tbe bost that are imported. Drap d’Ete Cashmere, Sublime in all qualities, sold at Eastern price r. DOM EKTli'N, A very largo Stock. Blankets! Blankets! All sizes, colors, quantity and quality. Call and inspect them. Shoes, Shoes! A fine assortment, of the best makers, at tha very lowest prices. Table Linens,' All qualities, kind and colours. Enumera tion boing tedious, therefore we invito all to givo us a call und inspect our stock, and they will not go away dissatisfied. MILLINERY. 7b’« stock will nrrive in a few days, tritpmed to ui Jor by tbe most Fashionable Milliner of San 1 rancisco. Our Store Closes —ON— SUNDAYS. MOOSE & McDOlCALL. soi 2»tf - TIME CHANCED! LEAVES TRI WEEKLY! ELKO AND EUREKA STAGE LINE* -for DIAMOND CITY, HUNTINGTON AND SHEPHERD’S. CARRYING THE V. S. mtil—connecting with the ‘Vgj'fferw vt C. P. western passenger train, ' Through in 14 Hcnra; Pare, $10; Freight pci lb , 4c. LEAVES EUREKA: Tuesday., Thnnulays mill fiatur. days at 7 e'rlurk A. H. LEAVES ELKO: Monday s, nediiesdays anil Friday a. Office in Parker House, Eureka, J. L. HINCKLEY, Agent. T. N. STUNE, Agent, Kike. W. S. VAN DBEIl.EN. Proprietor. jy!*-tf ~T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE TYBO AND BELMONT! * LEAVES EUREKA EVERY FOUR DAYS. Office in Eureka with SNETSINGER Si IIKN DKltSON, West Main stroet. «2 United' States Mail lino BETWEEN AU3SXK AND SURBKA. I.iOUU-HOURSE COACHES, CARRYING . passengers ami Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Ex press, connecting at Austin With the stage to the railroad, and making close connection at Eureka with Woodruff and Ennur'a lino to Hamilton. Stages leave Eureka every Tuesday, Thurs day amt Saturday morning. at rf o'clock. Stages leave Austin on Wednesday, Friday and Monday mornings, at o o'clock. * Bi»'l,assengers by tli«-' line will bo (urtrish ed excellent meals at too W illow> Station, where amide time will be given lor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka, l-eiw J. L. Hincki.ky. Agent. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Okuck ok County Trkakpkmi,\ Ecbkkv County, N kt„ Oct. 18,’S73. f XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT In the Etato and County taxes of Eureka Ety, Nevada, for the fiscal year 1873, are due and payable at the office of the ty Treasurer of said county, at ihj bank ing house ol l). H. Iiume! X t'o.. Main street. Eureka, key., an i that the law • . gulatiug th' ir collection will be strictly oufmeed. Said taves will become delinquent Novem ber 13,1873. W. A. MONTGOMERY, Treasurer Eureka County, Nevada, aiui cx efficiv ’fax Receiver/ _id tf $300 rewardT rpHE AB<>VIt BBWAKD AVIDL BE PAID X b' th* i »•! *r«ignvd for tab arrest find oomietim. of rnau who Httewuted on th« night of s ! • ; Apr i'tlito burn our Ptabl'*, nnd who . faiu ob the morning of October -d tir«*«l our hay in the corral on tha weste*ly tiue of Main street, Eureka. BISHOP A CARPENTLn. Eureka, Oatobor 2,1873. oo-lx*