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M \l> V Y, lir.d WBKK I *, 1*73. aments. W. R. WILSON.Piocbo DOCTOR C. SliULZE.Ruby Hill WILL N. BABBITTS.Palisade A. AI. HORNE......Austin T. STARR.Hamikon W. A. CLAYTON.-Tybo H. P. STIMLEK.B lmont CIIAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42ti Montgomery rtreat, is Sola Agent for the Eureka Daily Skktinkl in San Francisco. Persons in that eity haring business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorised to receive sub scriptions for the Skhtiwki. and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka swing for subscriptions will make pavtnent to him. TO OIIK AUKS I K. Agents of the Sestiuki- in outside towns will be required hereafter to settle with the office for papers on the FIRST OF EVERY’ MONTH, This rule will bo strictly en forced. Eureka, December 17, 1R7S. ABOUT THU t'KVBK PROCESS. A gentleman of this city, says the Enterprise,, who had some ore worked by the Fryer process informs us that the prevailing notions regarding said process are incorrect. The idea that has in some way taken root in the public mind is that Mr. Fryer subjects the ore submitted to him for reduction to some kind of a chemical bath which dissolves it, reducing it to an impalpa ble powder; on the contrary, the ore is placed in a furnace of peculiar con struction and roasted, when it is amal gamated. The ore is not crushed be fore roasting, but is placed in the fur nace in lumps just, as it is takeu from the mine. The gentleman who give-, us this information took to Grass Val ley a lot of tailings which he wished to have tested by the process in question. Mr. Fryer the inventor of the process, was in the East, but his brother was at Grass Valley and undertook to make the test He (the brother) said that he would not 1 e able to work the tailings to his entire satisfaction, as their fur nace was intended for roasting uu crushed rock and not anything so fine ly pulverized as tailings. He made no secret of it being a roasting process. He said that they roasted the ore in their furnace and then amalgamated it. With some alteration of their furnace he said they would be able to work tailings as welt and as satisfactorily as rock in the lump. The tailings sub mitted to the process yielded in a man ner quite satisfactory to the gentleman who carried them to Grass Valley, but not to the satisfaction of Mr. Fryer, • who said with a different kind of fur nace he could do still better with them. The supposition is that something is put^nto the furnace with the ore w hich destroys the iron and sulphur it con tains. __ _ THE OPHIB. At the annual meeting of the stock holders in San Francisco last Wednes day, President Weller said the produc tion of the mine for 1875 exceeded that of any previous year since the loca tion of the mine; exceeding even that of 1803, which showed the next high est amount by more than $300,000; and had it not beenforthe fire, the increase would have been over half a million. He referred to the fact that the tire had occurred upon the eve of the time when the company was about to re sume payment of dividends. The works destroyed had been recenily completed and had cost some $300,0<K), upon which there was an insurance of only $59,000. The stoppage of the pumps destroyed by the tire had per mitted the flooding of the mine to the 1,500 foot level, causing more or less •light caves from the drift facings, by which there will probably be lost much good ore by its becoming mixed with worthless debris, rendering it unfit for milling. During the last five months of the fiscal year the ore had improved greatly in quality, the yield increasing from $30 91 to $58 51. This is a good •bowing for Ophir, which being ad jacent to the bonanza mines, is quite likely to outrank anything on the great lead before many months shall have elapsed. _ California contains an area nearly as large as the six New England (States. Twenty such States as Massachusetts, in size we mean, could be constructed out of the present amount of space that California covers, and the Golden State has advantages over Massachusetts in superiority of soil, unsurpassed ele ments of mineral wealth, much more desirable climate, with other natural facilities unsurpassed any where. When California attains a population in pro portion to that now possessed by tbe present areaoi Massachusetts, the pop ulation of the Golden State will exceed thirty millions. Ex Senator Gwin, of California has engaged rooms at Woruiley’s, Washington, 1>. C., for himself and Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, of Louisville. Those who remember Mrs. Coleman as Miss Lucy Gwin, a reigning belle at Washington, will doubtless accord her a hearty welcome to the sceue of her former triumphs. - — .—— Senator N bwton Booth has taken apartments at Washington, aud will not keep house this Winter, owing to the delicate health of his father, which prevents bis mother from leaving her home in ludUua and presiding over her son’s household. riul.T-!t....A-... ■ ---' .— “Paradise is tbe name of a small town in the West, and week before last seventeen children were horn there.” Paradise, forsooth! We should call it a “howling” wilderness. Mreauxtia. The Elko [independent has the follow ing: Onr old Mountain City friend,J.H. Bacon, in company with Vance, of the mill at that plac . came down from the mountains on V, ednesday. From Mr. Bacon we learn of au occurrence which has cast a gloom over that entire section of country, the particulars of which are as follows: A well known resident of MountainCitv named Mail. Hurt, started across the tnoutt am for Bruno, on the first instant, and Miter several days had passed, it was discov ered tiiat he bail tailed to reach bis des tination. Boon as the facts in the case became known, parties from both camps started immediately to search for the missing man, but notwithstand ing their diligent and prolonged efforts no trace ot him lias yet been discov ered. Snow was fa ling at the time lie set out on his perilous journey, and friends tried to dissuade him from at tempting the trip, blit being naturally a fearless man lie apprehended no dan ger. and his temerity lias, beyond ail doubt, cost him iiis life. Mr. Hurt was a pioneer of that section, having located at Mountain City in 1809. He was in the prime of life, and was uni versally tieloved and respected tiy all who knew him, for his many sterling qualities and genial disposition. Two Sclavonians, named Theodore uiurgevich and H. Ivancovich, had an altercation in Virginia recently, which ended by the former being seriously and perhaps fatally staobed by the lat ter. Tlie affray occured in a cabin on Booth G street, near the Hale and Nor cross dump. The two men above named, and a man named John Vuco vich, lived together in a cabin. The two first named had a quarrel about the possession of JlA'i, which was held by the former. Giurgevieh says that Ivancovich tried to take the money from him by force, and did succeed in getting about $2 50 aw ay from him, and that during Uie struggle Ivancovich stabbed him. On last Saturday morning, says the Borax Miner, the outgoing stage was robbed of tm bars ot the Sweetapple bullion at Belleville. The stage ar rives there before day-break, and it is not positively known whether the bul lion was stolen while the driver was watering his team at tbe tank, or while tie was loading on the Northern Belle bullion at tbe express office. C. C. Stevenson has gone to Pliiladel adeiphia on Centennial business. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overload Telegraph. [8PECIAI. T* TBS DAILT 8BNTINBU] Deserted. North Platt, Neb., Dec. 18. First Sergeant Chas. Shaw, Com pany H, Third Cavalry, deserted from Fort McPherson, taking over one thousand dollars belonging t > the men in the company. lulled Christian Asslelatlon. Nkw York, Dec. 17. A Kagusa dispatch says a oo Ter ence of the United Christian Repre sentatives of Bosnia was held at Ja maica yesterday for the purpose of dis closing (he present aspect of the con flict with tne Porte ami of agreeing oil a plan for united action. Eighty rep re-entatives were preen and it was unimously resolved to continue the conflict until the Turks were expelled from the territory. General Pauto vieh, Legate of the National Govern ment of Herzegovina, will visit Capa tois and ask the Powers to accord the lielligerents a recognition to Herze gov mans. Negro Murderer Hnuged. Nkw York, Dec. 18. A dispatch from Savannah says that Nick Thompson, the negro, who killed Capt. Jas. H. Hunter at Quit man, in October, 1874, was hung there yesterday. Governor Smith refused to respite him. Aid for the Moael NufTeren. Nkw York, Dec. 17. A dispatch from Berlin says the Empress ol Germany has started an association among the ladies of lire men, with the object of collecting and distributing lumis and appliances for the aid of the sufferers by the dynam ite explosilion at Bremeuhaveu on Saturday last. The Home for IMsnbleii Veteran No Utters. Washington, Dec. 17. The Board of Managers lor the Na tional Homo for disabled veteran sol diers have been in session in tills city for the past few days. There was pres ent Chief Justice Waite, General It. K. Butler, General J. H. Mariiudale, ex Governor Smytlie, ot Ne v Hampshire, Dr. E. 11. Wolcott, of Wisconsin, ami General J. S. Megiey, of Penn-ylv»uia. Reports Irom several Homes showed that 6,651 disabled soldiers were cared for during the past year, as follows: At the central branch at Dayton, Ohio, 3,76!); at the eastern branch at Augus s, Marne, 1,0:14; at the north western branch at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, !)78; at the south western branch at Hemp ton, Virginia, 871—being a total of &M more than was supported last year. The Board decided to reduce the pay of officers and employes tilieen percent. Tlie Commissioners of Internal Rev enue decided that when the Court, un der authority of section 3,33!) of the re vised statutes, release a secured distil lery to an intervener, the fact that taxes are due on spirits muntifaciured at the distillery by a former occupant and re moved without being deposited in a bonded warehouse as required by lsw, will not be taken as a ground for re fusing to permit an intervener to op* r ate in the distillery during the pen den y of proceedings for forfeiture. Che Congressional Delegation at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Dee. 17. The Congressional deiegai ion readied here about 8 p. m., ami were driven in carriages totliehotei. Tim President and wife, Col. Fred. Grant and wife are guests of G. W. Childs, Postma-ter Jewell is the guest of Col. Win. Mo Michael. Mocretary Robeson and At torney General Pierrepont are stopping with ex-Secretary Borie. Justices Waite and Bradley are guests of Hon. Thus. H. Dudley, of Camden. The whole party, the Cabinet, Supreme Court, Senators, Representatives and newspaper correspondents, number about-too. The buildings of the Re form Club, American Club and Nep tune Club are illuminated and decor ated, presenting a striking appearance. The crowd in attendance at the Conti nental Hotel was so great both iuside and out that the police were obliged to put up ropes to make a passage-way for the guests. A committee of mer chants escorted the party to this city, meeting them at Wilmington. Mc Mitcheil, chairman ol the Committee on Reception, presented the President at Wilmington a letter irom the Mayor of L’h ladelphia, extending to him and the distinguished delegation the hos pitalities of the city. President lirant replied in a few remarks. The news paper correspondents are being enter tained to night by the reporters of Philadelphia. Ffnnncinl. New York, Dec. 18. The bank statement shows the loans decrease at $2,877,900; specie decrease, $433,800; legal tenders decrease, $13, 801,400; deposits decrease, $2,830,900; circulation, $89,700; reserve decrease, $1,111,275. Failure of a Banking Mono1. Providence, R. I., Dec. 18. The immediate cause of tlie susjien sion of the Bank of Greene A t'ran aton was the failure of the Providence Tool Company, which has large con tracts with tiie Turkish Government tor arms, to meet the maturing obliga tions of the bankers. It is supposed the delay in the expected remittance from Turkey is at the bottom of the trouble. Green A Cranston have made an as signment to Jas. Y. .Smit It. Their lia liabihties are represented to be $07o, 000, and assets.$800,000. Further Mexican Outrages In Texas New Orleans, Pec. 18. Advices from Fort Clark, Texas, of the 17th, state that Mexicans crossed the ri'er below San Felipe and stole 800 head of < attle and fifty horses from Strickland A Slaughter. The citizens are raising companies and threaten to cross the river. Great excitement pre vails. Citizens of Nan Felipe to day called on the military authorities at Fort Clark. The barge Terry, from Houston for Galveston. was destoyed by tire in the canal near Morgan’s Point, last night, and 000 bales of cotton w ere burnt. Il is stated that the cotton was set on tire. Only Trm|M>rNrj. Providkncr, I>pc. is. The ProvidenceTool Company states that its einliarrassments are only tem porary and do not arise from their re lations with the Turkish Government, which pay* every week for the arms manufactured, and that there is now on deposit with the Tool Company $1,200 000 worth of Kuna as security for the fulfillment of their contract. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. Another Case of Suicide. San Francisco, Dec. 18. Asa P. Berry committed suicide last night at tlie Pacific Lodging house, on the comer of Leidesdortf and Com mercial streets, hy shooting himself through the head. It is a case of do mestic diflieulty, his wife having d« sorted him to live with a somewhat no torious character about town, J. F. Jones, known as Stiukeen. Huually Times at Cdiiiihi. "Cam ho, Dec. 17. News received this morning is to the effect that an armed hcdy of Mexi cans is advancing on this place. All business was suspended; arms were brought into requisition, lookouts were stationed, etc. At 10 o'clock this morn ing the lookouts stationed south ofhere signaled the approach of a body of Mexicans, but they were ordered to return by a Mexican who had been at the station a short time before and was familiar with our defense. Mr. VVildv arrived here with a body of armed men from San Diego and was received with open arms. Hopes are entertained that troops will soon be sent here; in tact we must have them or ubarulon this place. The Border Itifliciillics. San Dikoo, Dec. 18. Grave apprehensions are still felt here over the condition of affairs on tire border. Various theories and sur mises are given for the recent tour ders anil attempted robberies. That plunder was tin* object, is the most ac copied,although many think Sorso was murdered in retaliation for his sum mary exeeu ion.« hile acting as Pertect, without trial, of three alleged horse thieves, some four wars agn, and that lAtclaire was killed, so as to tell no tales, there is doubt; IqH the iron tier authorities will do all they can to bring the guilty parties to justice Inn it is douUful it they are strong enough to control tlie large number of Mono rails now concentrating on the line. We would not tie surprised to hear ul a conflict between the Mexican author ilies and theoutlaws at any hour. The Big IUc« mikI Other Nan Fran Cisco Tuple*. San Francisco, Dec. IH. A meeting ol' the Pacific Jockey Club to consider the $30,000 race was held at the Lick House this afternoon, and adjourned until Mouday at 12:30 I*. M., because tho owners of the horses tailed to attend. It may be stated as inl'or million coming from a trustworthy source that tlie race will positively take place for tiie original $30,000 purse if the owners of horses comply with tlte plainly expressed condition of the entry. It Is reported concerning the suit be tween tho California Pacific Railroad and its Herman bondholders that compromise papers have been signed, sealed anil delivered, ami that the terms regarding the payment of bonds are as they have heretofore boen an nounced in the press. Further, that the California Pacific management bind themselves to bring overland travel over this road, to relay the road lied with steal rails and to make Val lejo the terminus or the California and Oregon road. The Savage Mining Company has levied an assessment of one dollar per share, the first on the new issue, ag gregating $112,000, delinquent Januury 19th. Polioiea on the life of the late YV. C. Ralston are being paid by insurance companies without contest. Milling News—The Te*a« Pacific KnlIron I. Nan Diego, Dec. 18. Advices from the mines at Julian are encouraging. The Helvetia is working 17 men and running stamps night and day on first class ore. The Ready Re lief is running steadily on thirty dol lar rock. The Tom Scott mine is now down to the 150-foot level. Twenty feet from the shaft they have a ledge of rick quartz 30 inches thick. The gold mines of Julian can no longer lie con sidered otherwise thau permanent and of great value. A dispatch from Hon J. W. Throck morton, at Washington, says tlie asiti sutisidy resolution will not effect the prospects of the Texas Pacific Rail road. whitk rm; intkixiuencf.. 'We collate the following items from yesterday's News; Thursday lust Fred Rarras was at tending the circular saw at the White Pine Water Works, and having his at tention called to SMnething else, at tempted to step hack, and in doing so slipped and tell, his left hand striking the saw, which made a frightful gash between the third and fourth fingers. It is supposed that he will entirely lose the use of the third linger. The Eherhardt A Aurora bonanza is enlarging as work progresses. Uncle Billy Qimnn, of the new Sher mantown smelting works lias gone East to spend the Winter. Perley Rowell, of Eherhardt, for some time seriously ill, has entirely recovered. Sam Mosier's racer “ Harry ” won the #1,000 purse at Cherry Creek l ist Thursday. The Eherhardt A Aurora shipped bullion of the value of $105,000 for No vell! iter. Coasting is the prevailingair usement of the Hamiltonians. The Eherhardt A Aurora paid off all oftheir employes the first of the week. Head.—William White, the man ac cidentally shot in Virginia City a fe« days ago, has since died. He was sn unostentatious, generous gentleman and much esteemed by a large circle of friends. MARRIED. Aurora. Nov. *28—Isaacs. Doe to Mi** Mary (’mvnovor Pioeho, Doe. IV— Ne.nh Daily, of Keokuk, Iowa to Mr* Mtrnh K. Soudera, lata of Donteountv, Mi«tmiri. BORN. Oo'd Hill, Dec. Id Wife of D. Pechner, twins, a boy an i gi I. DI£D. Eureka, Dec. 18 —Hiram Colo, a native <f Huron mty, Ohio, aged 14 yours. On K tbv Hill. Dec. 18 —John, s-*n of Joseph and Elizabeth Hawk. «g»*l Ih days. The funeral takes place to-day at 3 o’clock, from the residence of tho parents, at iii*b Hill. Fri-nds and acquaintances ol tho fam ily are invited to attend. V irginia, Dec. Id—Mrs. James llalligan, aged 40 years Virginia, Dec. 15—H. T. Mog juior. aged 27 > ears. 'ioclie, Dec IV— Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. A Davis. Closing Out at Cost. Bring desirous of thoroughly renovating, repairing and enlarging oui score before the colu weather sets in, we hav* • determined to close out during the pr» ‘> ni month our entire stock ot goods /VU UOV1. Ibis is no idle assertion, ns people will b* abundantly convinced t»y calling to examine our prices, 'lbe goods comprise an assort ment as complete and tastiionable a-* an> over brought to this market, and we a*sur» our friends and the public generally that w« are prepared now to offer better goods ai lower prices than was ove r before presented in this Mute. .Now is the time to secure good bargains by calling at our store, South Main street, opposite Odd bellows* new building. AI .NT HANNAH, oiltt Miss CASEY. 11175. um. CHRISTMAS! NEW YEAR! HAVIN’*! INOUK EMPLOY THE CELE bruied '’onfrctioner HERR VON BISMARK, Wo are ready now to turni*h f aim lie? and the public will) nil Kind of * akea, either PLAIN <»r OUN AM ENTAL, such us Pound * ake, k ruit Cako, Joily Cake, Sponge Cake, And all kind" of a urn!) cake to order at fhort notiee. dWti AIKS. JNU. 11 • AlOCll* Antonio Ferraris, PRACTICAL UOOTM AKEK. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. A few door* aboro Odd Fellow*’ Hall, rpiIE BEST OF FITS MADE OUT OF THE X best oi material, turned out ol thi* shop, Ladie*' Work ’ Made to order aml nruar»nttM»d to fit. French dressing tor ladies' and children's shoes kept on Luud. d»tf ANTONIO FBRRAKIS. Change of Firm. I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD TO JOHN M. and J S. Wbitton th" El Dorado raloon, logeihur with billiard tables and ten-pin alley. In retiring Irom business, 1 bespeak for my successors all tbo patronage 1 have hereto fore enjoyed. F. R. WITTENBERG. Eureka. Dec. H, 187‘i. • The El Dorado Saloon Will be under the personal management of JOHN M. WHITT*’N, arid will be conducted in the same tirst-class style as heretofore. JOHN M. WllIITuN, dl.tf J.S. WHITTON. F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, FOaTOFFICE, EUREKA. WATCHES AND CLOCKS RE PaIKKD with neatness ani itis|>atrh, All kinds of hard solder jew..rjr • work done in workmanlike manner ■Mpe-ttoiMiliuic in the latent «ty •. N. Ii.—Particular attention to all watch work, and ealUfaatioa guaranteed dft MISCELL A NEO VA. K. A. U. B. 4 LL Silt KNIGHTS IN GOOD STAND \ in*are hereby ordered to be and appear at Masonic Hall, Sunday, December III, 187 >, at t o’clock, r. u. Important business. By order, dlbtd G, W, A1 BkuILL, 1.1». a, JOUR a. Pax tor, allkn a. curtis, h. mullkr. PAXTON & CO., ban I3L E JFL S . EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in si ms to sun ON Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco J. A W. Seligman A Co.New York D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.-..Marysville White A McCornick.Salt Lake City Anglo-Californian Bank.London Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open acconnt. Certificate, or Special De posit. and transact A GENERAL BANKING BDSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. _mhll D. B. IMMEL & CO., BANKERS. In the Old Ks|>re»M Building, Main Street. Eureka, f- -RAW? AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NSW FORK LONDON, And all principal cities in the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive d'posits in Coin or Currenev on open account; Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a l.eueral linn king Bn. Inca. Long experience in the t'ollerllng l»e|»j»rtm«*nt Cf Wells. Cargo A Co., justifies us in an nouncing that we will make Collection, from Aliruaii n Spcrlnlt) ap'itl_ R E M E M 13 E R J THE CHEAPEST CLOTH NC STORE IN EUREKA ! Jake Cohn & Bro., \\rILL CONTINTE TO SELL T1IEIK yy »t«ck of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Boots, Hats, and Blankets —AT— Unprecedentedly Low Figures! DEFY COMPETITION! •yjS-tf J. COHN A BRO. 3NETSINGER & HENDERSON. WHOI.KHaI.K AMD RKTAlL DKAI.KRB IB GROCERIES Provisions, Buttor, Eggs. Minors' Supplies —and— General Merchandise GLASS WAKE. CHOCKBUY WAUL. AM1 WSODKN WAKE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on bund. Remember the place: Woodruff Jk Rnnoi> old stand. Main street. Eureka. mylMf JUST RECEIVED -AT J. H. MICHEL’S, MAIN ST., Kl Ki.KA, First door above W. II. Stowoli's Drug Store, A fre*h stock of Stationery of nil kind*, Cigar* and Tobacco, Meerschaum I’lpos, C’utlury, Toys And fancy good* of all kinds. N. H. — A choice lot of ALDl MS for h<di duy present*. dMI TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. I'HK ANNUAL. EXAMINATION ok 1 teachers for Eureka county will bu held at the i ublic f'chool-houae, in Euroi a 1,*— comber '41, ib7>, commencing at 10 o’clock a. x. Appticnnts for Second (iriido t’ertitleates will be examined in lb" following studio.. o> wit: Orthography. Heading, lennianship, v\ ritten and Menial Arithmetic, hngii.h ilraiiimar, I lilted .States History. Kor ’ho hirst tirade, in addtion to the Second Uraili studies, Nat ur .I I’bilo-ouby, Physiology. El ement, ol Chemistry. Algebra, and «>eome try. All applicants desired to be prowptl> on time. __ A. K. KAYE. Countv Su p’t. of Srbools. Eureka. Dec. 11. I Iff A. dl’Jtil STRAYED OR STOLEN. 1NROM RUBY HILL. NOYKMl!KH 5TII, one (lurk roan horso mulo, with the hair brand “aV* on the lull hip. AWi one light buv uiHro mul*1, sumo brand. A reward «»f $‘2U will bo paid to any poison bringing the same to the undersigned at Ituby hill. d'-Miu AltKX. McKAY. ATTENTION! All those who have ok late u void ml our |daeo will pl«a.«<i call end -eltie at once. Alter tbc 20th iif thin month collection will bo enlorcod without diecriiu nWW’ 0. UUNKKL A CO. VULCAN IRON WORKS Furialtth nil 4’lases of 9ln<*tiftii«»ry. Sole Manufacturer of Moore's Patent Hoist for Stores 13S nu.l 137 Fremont Street, SAN FRANCISCO. N. D. MINOT, Manager. fctttf MISCELL A NEO US. Eureka Drugstore, Next Door to Well*. r«o»' A fo x Office. K Where can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines Patent Medicines of all Kind*, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OF AM. HINDU. Caroful attention given to the preparation m PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, Having had a practical knowledge in thitlia for more than twenty-five years. u" amii'tt K. J. 80IINKIDEK. Drugg„t. Philadelphia Lager Beer! THE EL DORADO SALOON. ^ols agency for Eureka and vicinity. Families Supplied In any quantity by leaving their ordersattk, El Dorado, dIStf J. M . A J. S. W11ITTON. f r«p-g New Firm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. F. A. MILLICH : : : : i'UOl’KIETOK. 1WILL K K EP A CONST A NTi supply of Kreih (.'ulilornii i Produce, to arrive every train. turkey". Chicken". Fresh Oysters, Honey in the comb, llaui", and agenurtil assortmentof FAMILY GROCERIES! Fresh from the importing houses of the Ettrt and YVeat, two door? above the I arker Home Main street. dl/tf F, A. M11.LICH. ' FULTON MARKET Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall, Eareka. Josr ph Vanina & Co., Proprietor!. TO THE PUBLIO. \\T E HAVE ALWAYS ON * f? band tb* choiwat nipat* of all kind*, Veal.J’ork, Mut ton and beef. Sausage* in . American, rtenon aim u* nan hiu *••11 at the lowest ti-arket price, end will de liver meats in ail parts of the city and »i cinitv free of i-barae. dlJtf J. VANINA k CO. Sheeting at the Willows! I TAKE THIS MKTIIoDOr 1 informing the public that . ti r« will b • shooting for pig eons, turkeys and chickens, at THE WILLOWS RACE COURSE, ; —ON— ChrintinaH l>ny. A general invitation i* extended. j dlotd r.F.HAM. j TO MINERS, COALBURNERS, TRADERS, And to the Bone and Sinew, the Real Producers of this Part of the Country, in General: ! » » r l| Y l»i Yut \\ A-ST TO M> HMUIaT i-railed lir-r-ela •* j-anlr.v • re«, a I*hv fur a Bartlett Mirer wilt-h Slu and i $ apiece, when you can get them at IJnole Manlieim’s, (*orner of Main and t'lnrk ’•tracts, I bacb«r .lc UuN building. lie •clip to the consumer, wi b<*ut raly, these Pa me article. Six dcr.en >ii* *r Waltham Watch ex from ft'20 .Ml r. H.-ttl. (iold Watches at tbo saroa proportion in value. Solid Gold King* at tbo gold weight value onlv. ’ TO LADIES and HOUSEKEEPERS! lOlt € IlitlHl n AM Why do you want to pay big price* f«*r stuff which i- called by firpt-cla** ) welry keeper- -i|v cr-pluted ware, in r«alitv n thine tmt polidiwl li*n«i, Pitch hp fruit wishes ft * ft ••t*, ladle*, etc., whoti II. Manbeiai wl*' II you ih * •nine iirticlep, by t-c pound, at polt-h' d load r a toff d7tt MILLINERY GOODS riMIK LAWKS OK Bl'KKKA AKK KE I apectfully Invited to mil and examine our Select Stock of Millinery Goods. Hut in/ made arrangement* with one "I the Urtf'iM sod iiioit ont<*ipricing iniporuu* ho'iMun in Min Frant’Mcu to lortvnrd t<> »»* The I aiitent Style* A* fn*t *t i. reeeivn* them, we hope to be able to vatiafy our pat-on* in every partieu FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Smith Main *treet, three door* aho*® tl1* Turner liouao. Mu'. S K.l AKKKK. vjj.it M IIS, tj. \ I I'K-_ W. P. HASKELL &Co., UNDERTAKERS. W ILL KKK1’ ON H AN L AN ASSORT If men! of . Rotcwood Casket* ol Every Sty e, Coffin Trimming*. Etc. »«r Kunersl* atlenaed 10 with sud *11 the arrangement* n.iul" wl, * attention. Three door* north ol Co’i Lank. Vein »lreot. bureka. Copartnership woiicp. rpilK ONBEUSKINKI* HAVE ^Vv b .it 1 a pHrtii«r*bii» in tb** fancy KrVfl! firm »*-f. which .boy wiilearry ouuna^thB^nr.r name ot IA\ Lt)R A A H III* ’t dour plneo of business i> on Main f'reeC uouvo i axton A Co s banMng bou .^ a \V atciuniwN. N. B.-I’ersons indebted to u; ,1|t;t||Hy.l°r will coma forward unit settle imni Eurov a. Nov. 'Jf. Itff-i. _ _ notice. f II. P. STlMEKIt, OUNEII ,i,e 19 hundred feet in a hu" „e* r "'n .Manhattan mine, on I rospectl . . oWurn .own ot Eureka. Nevada, ; 7,;"^,„sinis ■ill persone, from bargaining * ■ 1 . , y .,,1,1 interest o . .In., in sa.d ctac. ft oerson or persoi s whatever, ait . ( interest n nt. or due autf oritv Ironi i»< • ■. j py Ono liitving been unlawful! ■ ndvortu»‘ Samuel ^J. Iieoba last Jttf|U*pf.STlM_CRRi "CARD. rpIlE OFFICE OK THE j^BV^NSOLl; 1 rated Mining Company o.n uorarily don, England, is for tbe preient ‘1(l|>or tll,. located at the law office ot AHU Attorney-in-fact for tho Kuby IConsu^a Mining Company.