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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
101)111*1, UUEKHKK 1». 1*7."». STOCK REPOST, lag JFrauclaco Ntock Exehant*. San Pranoisco, Dae. It. HORNING HOARD. 1134 Ophir—18V 48V 48* 49b30 280 Mexican-1IV 111 700 Uould A Curry—21 20 V 20* 21 b5 3>0 Best A Belcher—59 69* 1710 imperial -8* 8* 113) Crown '’oint-'il 30 30* 30* 110 Kentuck—14 13* 100 Alpha -18 384 J ulia- 15 11V 1U0 Bullion—41 44* Wi Exchequer—11 21) SeR. Bolchor—80 30 Caledonia- 21 21* 10) Baltimore Con.—2V 3 22> Utah—l’V 430 Lady Bryan—2V 2* 70 Silver 11:11-7* 7* 80 Layton 4* 24) Con. V'a.—307 .318 108 400bl0 700 S. Nevada 20 V 21 * b Si 20 * 20* 820 California—71 49 * 70 70» 200 Savaae-15* 15* 14* .49 "incur 75c 285 Union Con.—9 9* 230 It. Islan l-H* 3 V 280 N.Y. Con.-2* 2* 274 Orerman—58 58 . 39b30 57* 1484 Justice 27 , 27 V 27 * 27* 34 Meadow Valley—2* 3 80 liaymond A Ely-18 140 Kossuth—3* 4 4* 4* 101 Mint 44c 3,4 uccidental—3* 100 Alta 3 10 vVoodvill* ,3* 50 Lady 4Va«h -Vi 35 Eureaa Cun. 14 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. REMUIUI'M NEHVKTN TO-DAY. ST. James’ Church.—Rev. Chas. H. Marshal I, officiating rector. Services at 11 a. M.,ami 7:-'W o’clock p. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Seats tree. All are cordially invited to attend. Sr. Brendan’s Church—Rev. J. J. Hynes, Pastor. Mass at 11 a. m., and Vespers at 7:80 p. m. During the temporary absence of Father Hynes, Father Nulty w ill officiate. Presbyterian Church—Rev. J. McLain. Pa-tor. There will bo ser vice at 11 o’clock a. M. and 7:30 o’clock P. M. Union Sabbath School—Meets to day at 1J o'clock, at the Presbyterian church. Rev. J. fi. De La Matyr will preach at the Court-house at 7 r. m. No morning service. Arrivals and Departures. ST TBS kbkkBA Altll PaMsaDK bailboa*. Arrival* Lrnit Sight. 8 Sh«ff'r O I. .Scott Allen McClain* John Morri. A1 >* McDonald M J riinndait ll A Mci.aine J ll Bigelow 1) rrater Hich ird Smilh Walter Freeman J A Carlin Two ltuliani Departure- t celerUay. itiohard smith O L Scott Alb.it Merer K A i a^o M Kichardmn K C Wood t Htli -r Maloney t rank .other £ ti Byor. W S K van-* I'tltVM A I,. Dr. Deal, of Pioche, arrived by last night's llaniilton sta^e, en route, we italic vs, for the western part of the Mate. lion. Thomas Robinson, of White Pine, tias been in town lor several days, ba> inc been called hilber by the cave in the i,emt: on tunnel unnoticed elsewhere in these columns. Dick smith, of Hamilton, i« also spending a week on the l! t-e Ranee. Hon. John Morris, of Ohio, the same who lias been naitotiatina for the Mat atnoras n.ins, arrived, we understand, by lust nimbi's train from San Fran cisco. MIVI'II ItlsrUHTCOI RT. NOVEMBER TERM — HON. V. W. COLE, JIMMIE. The Sixth District Court mot yester day, pursuant to adjournment, and transacted tlie following busmens: John Hough vs. John T. Gilmer it al.—Stipulated for struck jury. T. M. Johnson vs. Eureka county— Ordered that defendant have Judgment iu aecordanee wih (lie tiutliugs. Itev. J. II. livers was granted license to perform the marriage ceremony in this State. An order was entered authorizing thetntsteea of Hie M. E. Church of Eu treka 10 mortgage the church property for &I01I at 2'» per cent. per month for tliree months. The applications of Mrs. Harriet A. Hailv and Mrs. Augustus G. Douglas to Iwonme sole traders, were granted. Ruhy Con. M. Co. vs. II. He.vne inanu et al.—Ordered that II. Heyne iiiann,Ttios. Wren and J. E. Plater he allowed ii n i i I thw 1st of January, 1S70, in which to plead herein. At 2 o’clock thegrand jury came into court aud submitted a partial report. Court adjourned until tomorrow (Monday) morning at 10 o’clock. Bench Warrants Issued.—Bench warrants were issued yesterday from tlie District Court against James Stan ton and P. W. Keya. Tlie former was Indicted by tlie grand jury for the kill ing of Wiii. Gainey with a stick of Gi') I i lew week* ago al Kilby Hill. He 11 - I Hie country at the time, and the cuwnc.es lor his arrest are slim. Keys was held upon his own recogni zance upon a charge of embezzlement from Henry Kind, the circumstances ol which are familiar to many of our readers. He w a« arrested and lodged hi jail yesterday alternoon, to await hi* trial iu the District Court. M EM HERS OE T1IE EPISCOPAL CnURcn. Tlie ladies and gentlemen connected with St. James’ Church are rc . I by their pastor to meet at the it Monday, Tuesday, Wednusi! and Thursday afternoons, al 2 o'clock, a.id on the evenings of the same days at ti'-i o'clock, lor the (inrpose of assisting in the decoration of the chapel. Attention, Eureka Guard!—Metn bera of the Eureka Guard are ordered to appear at the armory In uniform to-day (Sunday), at 2'/i o’clock, to at tend the funeral of the lato Hiram Cole, a veterau of the late war. By order. L. R. Kelley, Captain. Sketch of John Jack.—J. S. G. Hagen, in his “ Records of the New York Stage,” published in the New York Dispatch, gives the following sketch of John Jack, who is now', in connection with the Firmin Sisters, playing an engagement at Bigelow’s Hall. “John Henry Jack was born in Philadelphia, on February 1, 1836, and when only 15 years of age, distin guished hitnselt as an amateur per former. He became call-boy at the Walnut Street Theater, Philadelphia, and in December, 1852, made his ap pearance as Judkins, in “ Woman I Adore.” The following season lie was retained for regular utility business, and twelve mouths still later was play ing first old man at the Marshall The ater, Richmond, Virginia. A fewr years laier lie became manager of the~Wil mington. Delaware, Theater, and lliere we tind him at the outbreak of the war. With the ardor nt a patriot, lie at once closed his theater and commenced re cruiting. He accepted a lieutenancy in tiie Second Peun-ylvania Re-erve Vol unteer Regiment, and was in the seven days’ battle under McClellan, and the three days’ tight of the second Bull Ron. At tiie latter lie was seriously wounded.and his life was despaired of. He, however, recovered, was publicly complimented lor his bravery, and re cede I a eap'aincy. which he held, con tinuing to serve until the close of the war. On his retirement from tiie army, in 1865, lie played for a short time in Philadelphia, and then came to New York. He lias been connected In this city witli most of the leading thea ters, including die Broadway, Niblo’s, and Booth's—his last appearance being at tiie latter in support of Miss Cush man during her farewell engagement last Winter. When last heard from he was in Virginia ’’iiy, Nevada, where lie was a lieavv sufferer bv the recent con flagration there. Mr. Jack is as good an actor as lie has proven himself a brave soldier, anti an earnest, sell-sae riticing patriot.” The Gila in Hot Water.—A re cent San Francisco date says; The Gila stockholders, representing 25,000 shares, have called a meeting for the 21st instant to see if tiie company’s af fairs can not be investigated and set straight for outsideis as well as insiders. The mine has been yielding large amounts of bul lion lately, but dividends are scarce. Within a week a firm known to be interested in the manage ment have brought suit ior 25.000 shares and Sl.lHiO.iMiO damages, which has created excitement among ou sid ers. and as they will have to ventilate tiie management as well as try and last this peculiar law- business, the dis satisfied share owners are going to start in early anil strong. Grand JuttY.—The Grand Jury yes terday submitted a partial report to the District Court. Indetmenls were pre sented against the following persons: James Stanton, for murder; I’. K. Ma son, grand larceny; Peter Morris, may hem; I’. W. Keyes, embezzlement; Same Dee. burglary, and John Doe, as sault witli intent to kill. The tills against Mrs. Kate Dees and -Ste ven-, for assault with intent in kill, were ignored. The Court fixed the bail of Mason at $2.(NH); Morris. #3.000; Keyes. #2 000; Sam Dee, $3,000; John Doe, $1,000. The Grand Jury will probably not submit there final report until tiie last of the w-.ek. Who is He?—The Virginia Chroni cle gives an account of the doings of a bronco tighter in a saloon in that city, designating the hero as “ Mike Kear ney, the Pioche a d I'.ureka fighter.” Pioche may, perhaps, lay legitimate claim to i lie demonstrative .Michael, but lie certainly never tarried long enough in the Rase Range lo indentify himself with the place, for nobody here knows anything about him. If lie had ever made such a break here, as the ('hronicle described, he would have been clubbed to death with a slocking of sugar, nr sent to the Damphool Iiificmary for ninety days. Started Up.—The new furnace, near the Richmond Works, started up yesterday for the first time upon a lot of flue dust from the Richmond stack. The intense heal melted some of the iron-work inside the furnace, conse quently a lair test of its workings was not had, although the indications are said to be favorable tor its success. The iron-work dial succumbed to the heat is to he replaced by fire rock, when an experimental run will he made, which will thoroughly test the value of the invention in the reductiou of ores of this district. ^ Arrested at Pin to.—Deputy Con stable McKee went out to Pinto yester day and arrested Mark Moore, the man who atahbetl llenry Wilson t'ay before yesterday. Moore was brought into mwn and lodged in jail. As the Grand Jury is now in session they will probably act upon the case at once ami there will be no necessity lor an exam ination before the Justice. There was a report in circulation last evening that Wilson had died Irom his wounds, hut the sentinel reporter, upon tracing up the rumor, ascertained that it was without foundation. Bills Iunorkd.—After the grand jury bad reported yesterday it retired ,o its room, where it had under con sideration the case of Win. Cruize, wlio was charged witli grand larceny. 1'lie bill a amst him "as ignored, and an order \ta> issued by the Court, or dering bis releaso trom jail. An or -ier was also issued tor tile discharge Ot the bondsmen in the cases of Mrs. |lees and — Stevens, the hills against whom were also ignored by the grand Jury. _^_ From Austin.—Our portly friend. A. E. Shannon, of Mannattanville, U. S. Collector of Internal Revenue for this district, arrived in town Friday evening on ihe Austin stage, lie Is mer here to look after Uncle Sam’s interests in this section. He is looking well, bill complains ot having lost his appetite. K. A. U. B.—Members of Daod lsre Retreat will bear in mind the meeting which is call"d at the Aobey for a o’clock this afternoon. All members in good standing are expected to be in attendance. ATTEMPTED H1TICIDE OF A YOl'SO (URL. Yesterday morning, about 8 o’clock, a young girl, not yet 16 years of age, who is residing with her lather in this town, attempted suicide by swallowing about half an ounce of tincture of acon ite. Fortunately, remedies were at hand which were forcibly, but quickly administered, anil her life was saved. The circumstances which caused the unfortunate girl to attempt the rash act are pretty generally known in this oomm unity .and are a scathing commen tary upon the so-called “progressive” spirit of tlie age. which would seek to obliterated ail the barriers of desparity in years, easie and social inequality. Tlie case in question is particularly a sad one. sad in every possible view; but, believing as we do that the de plorable result is attributable more to the prevailing but misguided senti ment of tlie limes, and the encourage ment of others, more than any other cause, we retrain, for tlie present at least, from giving names or further particulars. Cave in tub Lemmon Tunnel.— Quite an extensive cave occurred in the Lemmon tunnel a few days’ ago. The tunnel is situated on tiie easterly slope of Prospect Mountain, and is already in about tiOO feet. The rock has been hard until recently. Finally,a kind of mineral ash was cut into, and soon thereafter the cave occurred. The ground gave way for a spaoe of about ten feet, and extending upwards Nome twenty feet. Tom Robinson, of \Vhhe Pine, who has charge of tiie works for the company below, was telegraphed for, and since his arrival he has suc ceeded in “catching,” as miners term it, the caving earth. It is believed from the great change in the forma tion of the ground that the tunnel is in-aring the ledge and that an impor tant development may be made at any moment. The tunnel is the longest that we know anything about in the district. The Lemmon people have ex pended a large amount of money in mining operations here and richly de serve to uncover an immense bonanza. The Theater.—The house last night was not a large one, but the en tertainment was nevertheless credit able, and must have given satisfaction. \t all events, the audience retired in the best possible mood. By special request, amt in obedience to a compli ment to Miss Annie Firmln by some of our leading citizens, the troupe has concluded to remain with us until next Wednesday evening, on which occasion Miss Firinin takes a benefit, and when, we may add, a splendid bill of special ties will be produced. These artists lost their all by the Virginia tire, and have not bettered their condition much during their engagement here, and we hope to see the forthcoming benefit such in fact. Relief for Jack Ramsey.—John F. Ramsev, formerly Postmaster of Eu reka, and one of our most wide awake citizens while here, lies in San Fran cisco seriously ill ami in straightened circums,slices pecuniarily. A commit tee was around yesterday soliciting aid for him. Poor Jack used to he fore t lost in assisting those whom mi'for tune had overtaken, and we hope to see his old frien Is here contribute such a sum as will meet all of his present requirements. Serious apprehension are entertained that he can never re cover. -- Carnival Costumes. — Professor Racli desires us to announce that the costumes for the coming carnival hall will lie on exhibition at Bigelow's Hall on Monday and each succeeding day and evening (except Wednesday) until (lie night of the hall, anil that the halt will be illuminated every evening to enable every body to fully examine the costumes. Fifty additional dre-ses have ju-t arrived, comprising such a variety of character make-ups that a suitable outfit can be furnished to everybody. Going to Bi.acksmithino.— Sheriff Gilmore is building a blacksmith shop at the upper end of Sou'll Main street. nearly opposite tfie Richmond fur naves. George is a first-class mechanic and feels more at home around a forge than auv other place He will still continue to attend to the duties of his olliee iiul will put in his leisure time at the shop, which will be attended to by his partner during his absence. County Licenses.—Deputy Sherift Sam Hell requests us to notify those who are indebted for county licenses that he will lie around bright and early tomorrow morning, and that those who are in arrears must come to tho center, as the grand jury, County Com missioners, and Independent Central Committee, are all alb r him hot and heavy, and he can stand no more fool ishness. Sudden Death. — Hiram Cole, a native of Huron county, Ohio, died of pneumonia yesterday morning, in a lodging-house in the lower part of town, after a few days’ illness. De ceased fought in tlie Federal ermydur ing the late war and was wounded at Pea Ridge. His funeral takes place this afternoon at .'1 o’clock, and will he attended by the Knreka Guard. Fined.—Ah Hitig, a belligerent Ce lestial, was before the Police Court yesterday for assault and battery on rne of iiis countrymen, known as “ Cra/.v Tom.” He plead guilty and was lined $31. At last accounts bo was rustling for the soap. ' —-^ Got a Posikh.— John R. Murphy, better known as Metalliferous Murphy, formerly a resident of this section of Nevada, lias been appointed to tliesu perintendency of the Itelianoe Mining Company at Darwin City. ♦ -—— Irish Charuey.—Charles Coyle, bet ter known as "Irish Charley,” has thrown up his position as "tiger" to Senator Jones and is now a policeman in Washington. MKt hash's’ ami Miners*Tools, of every de scription, cheaper than tho lowest, at the I’ioueur Cheap Store of Ashini Bros. Spl7tf ly you want to have your watches and jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry itore. jy7-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. Carriages kor the Carrival.—I will jur ni«b carriages for those who attend the Car nival Hall next Friday evening. Order* left at my stable will bo promptly attended to. dl«td WM. SWEENEY. Lvor’s and Swan’* Alos and Porter*, in pints and quarts, at Tavlor A Atchinson’s. At Ocsioert Paeon, tho uuesi orand of Ba >n ever offered in the market, at Taylor .t Ate i insoa’s, dl t Choice brands of lluttor, in pound and ta lots, at Taylor A Atotvnsnn'q. dl9to Sixty packages of Sugar, irom New York and forty packages of Salt F ish, embracing Plue Fish.'■'had. Mesa Mackerel, Codfish and Herring, to arrive in the next ten days, at Taylor A Atchinson’s. dl9tf Taylor A Atchinsor will have their wagon ready to deliver goods to any part o( tho mines on Tuesday next Persons intrusting orders to thorn will got them Billed at bed rock prices. To Mirers.—To lease, on favorable term*, a mining property just outside the town limits. A fair chance. Inquire to-dav or to morrow, of SELltEN HETZEL. Eureka, Dec. 18,187). dl8-2t Something New.—In connection with our first-class Stationery and Variety Store, we have this day opened a FINE CIRCULAT ING LIBRARY, carefully selected in San Francisco by our senior partner, containing complete works of the most celebrated au thors, and b.v deposi ing the value of books loaned, we onlv charge 25 cents lor reading each book, and allow one week’s time to re turn the same, to which rule we will strictly adhere. We have also on hand a well-selected stock of Toys, Albums, Musical Instruments, and Juvenile books, suitable for the rising gener ation. Our stock of imported and domestic Cigars and Tobacco, Havana, Russian and St. James Ouaritos, L X L Cutlery, Playing Cards, Meerschaum, Briar and Applewood Pipes, Amber Cigar-holders, and Yankee Notion* can not be surpassed in Eastern Nevada, and our prices are very moderate. LEVIN A SIMON. N. B.—We will sell 10 letter postage-stamps for 25 cents to any one that will purchase 25 cents’worth of letter-paper ©r envelopes, d 14--SOd Removal.—Haying purchased Dr. Lukens’ City Drug Store, I would repectfully an nounce that I have on hand a large stock of patent medicines, chemicals, stationery, lamps, chimneys, etc.: all of which 1 will sell at reasonable prices. Prescriptions carefully compounded. 1 have an office in the rear f the store, where 1 will treat all cases requir ing medical or surgical treatment.' Special attention given to chronic cases. Consulta tion, free; charges only for medicines. Give me a call. L. TERRY, M. D. jyl>tf _ P. Stelkr has just returned from San Fran cisco with the largest stock of diamonds, watches, silverware, jewelry, etc., and the largest and most attractive assortment of C hristo as (good* generally that was ever dis played in Eastern Nevada. Call at his store and examine and price the goods, and you will be certain to purchase before you leave. n20tf HHM'H'N. mh4 —-•*. Lost.—On the Relmont road, a black pock et-book, containing papers of no value to any one but the undersigned. The finder will please leave the property at the Sentinel office. dl7-U A.CHAKSON. Lost—A chafed gold hoop ear-ring. The flnder wiil confer h favor and be rewarded by leuving it at this office. For thk Holidays.—Taylor & Atohinson will receive for the holiday trade a largo in voice of Aprde. Peach. Quince, Plum and Pear Butter, from the c lebrated manufac tory of Anderaon Jc Campbell, Camden, New Jersey. dltftf MOC'irs. mh4 W> live for pleasure, and take it daily. Board $7 00 per week, at Kemp’s, opposite the Richmond furnace. o-Dtf Thirty Barrels Crushed and Granulated Sugar, at 17 cents per pound: 50 kits Mack erel, at $8 50 per kit, for sale at Ashim A Bro’s. Coin on delivery. o7tf Notick.—Uncle Manheim, corner Main and Clark streets, will dispose of 850 American Lever Clocks at $4 00 apiece; former price, ?7 to jy:d> U- Maniuim. —— noniN. mht Fine White Shirts, Chevoit Shirts, Woolen Fancy Shirts, tino and course underclothing. Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, Toilet t}o"ds, Perfumer) and Notions, at the Little Holden Rule Store, two doors below Judge Beatty’s new court-room. Main street. dlotl Just Received—A large invoice of the newly improved patent Flood A O’Brien overalls, at dl2tf D. MA-WlElM’ri. MtM'irn. mill 0. Dunkei. A Co., manufacturers of cassi meres and white shirts anil gentlemens’ un derwear. Allord-rs for half a do/.en each will be till 'd at store rates. Measures taken and truo fits guaranteed. For Sale Cheap.—A saloon with complete bat fixtures, in a good location: lease for one year. Also a cooking range and other ap pliances suitable for a restaurant. Inquire three doors below the Intornatioual Hotel. _d :tf S. Ashim A liRo. to-day received on com mission 50 ib>7.en hand-made hickory ax handlos, which they will retail at 50 cents each; and wholesale a $5 per doien. _ si.atf_ Economy is wealth, and to make a dollar peruse the new advertisement of Ashim Bros, splltf J. Straub has nothing but what is imported from the only California Jewelry Company of San Francisco. nSOtf (lo to J. Straus’ for your holiday presents, in his n.w jewelry store, below the Parker House, AilOtf HMM'II'N. tub! Wanted.—A girl, to do general house work. Apply at Maupin A Cromer’s store, nl'tf White Duck Pants, only six bits, at Ashim Brothors. sp!7tf The Best Board In Town! PER WEEK, S7. A T KEMP’S, Opposite the Richmond Furnace. o2»tf I)U. K. PRICE, nilTBimM t Ml) NUKGBW.M, X 8. KClALl »T FOR CHRONIC His ases, cosmopolitan House, Eureka. dlfitf J«*B PKI.VriNUOF ALL KINDsTex". wuted with dispatch at the| SENTINEL Printing Office, MI SC ELL A NEO US. r.r.j- ~rrr.-~ 1 .„,.l . SELLING OFF —AT— COST! Clothing! Boots, Shoes, HATS AND CAPS, NOW BEING SOLD AT COST! —AT— W. H. CLARK’S, - V . IN THE MAMMOTH STONE BUILDING, CORNER OE MAIN AND CLARK STS., Eureka, Nevada. dltitf To the Unfortunate. KEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES! DR. CIBBON'S DISPEN SARY, NO. tKSi KKARNY ST., corner of Commercial, San Fran cisco. Private entrance on Com mercial street. Kstablished ia ror me treatment oi oesuai anu oennnai Diseasessuofti as Gonorrhea, Gleet. Stricture, Syphilis in all its forms, Seminal Weakness, Impotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’ 'tanding. and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful ly treated. DK. GIBBON has the pleasure of announ cing that he has returned from visiting the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time not mcney in seeking out new remedies, and has returned with increased facilities for the alle viation of human suffering. Keininnl WcHknem. Seminal emission is the consequence of self abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved soxuai indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both <*exos to an almost unlimited extent, produc ing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless com bated by scientific medical measures, vix.5 Sallow countenance, dark spots under tho eyes, pain in tho head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of loaves or rattling of chariots, un easiness about tho loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory pimples and various eruptions about tho face noetic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, and frequently insanity. If relief bo not obtained, you should apply immediately, ei ther in person or by letter, anti have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails ol effecting a quick and radical cure. iUrtsl at Home. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to D1L GIB BON, stating case, symptoms, length of time the disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forwardod, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of tho country, with full and plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis tered letter through the Postoffice, or through Wells, Fargo & Co's, a package ol medicine will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will please state the name ot the paper they see this ad I vortisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco. California, jyl lv MINERAL HILL HOT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS C TUATEI) IN EUREKA COUNTY. O twenty-five miles south of Palisade, on >he Euroka and Pioche stage road. HOT OR COLS BATHS. Invalids boarded by the week on reasona ble terms. iMPThese waters possess medicinal quali ties of a character heretofore unknown on he Coast, having cured many chronic dis cuses when all other remedies have failed. au24 T. B. BKUFFEY, Proprietor. FURNITURE STORE. ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING, South Muin St.Euroks, Nov. Having purchased the stock ami business of 0. VV. 8 11W AM B, 1 am prepared to sell all articles IN THE FURNITURE LINE Cheaper than they can bo procured at any other establishment in the town. Wive me a "“dltf FRANK ABAD1K. MEYERS A FRANKLIN. FALL AND WINTER G O O D SI MEYERS & FRANKLIN Hava just Reoceived their Immense Shipment of New Goode! Bought by our Mr. Meyers, in The Best Market, for Cash! The ladies of eureka and sur rounding districts will have the largest and most varied assortment of general dry goods to select from that has ever been placed in the Eureka market, comprising the most Elegant and Fashionable Styles in New Dress Goods, viz: New Matelasse Suitings. Highland Plaid Suitings, in all the Clan*. Black and Colored French Kusse. PerBaille Pongee Plaide, plain good* to match. Plaid Croite Carrean. French Merenos, French Taffeta*, Cash* mere, Drap de Ete, Ac. Black and Colored Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Jacket* Childrens’ Misses’ and Ladies’ Velvet and Felt Hats, Trimmed in great variety. The Underclothing Department Is replete with everything a lady could wish for. Ladles’ Gauntlet and two*button Kid Glotrefc in all colors and sixes. Silk Ties, Ribbons, Loses, Ao. Oar Far Department Comprises, Minks, Sable, Astrachan and Hudson Bay. The Domestic Department Is full of the very best makes, at very low prices. White and Colored Blankets, Comforts, do., in all siaes and qualities. The Boot Department Is running a first-class stock of everything New in Children’s, Misses’, Ladies’ and Uent's Boots, Shoes and Slip pers, from the best makers. Trunks, Valises, Ac. Gentlemens’ Beady-made Clothing and Underwear We make a specialty. The material and workmanship we guaiantoe. MEYERS A FRANKLIN. P. S.—As one of the fi’m resides in San Francisco, we will attend to all orders in trusted to us with promptness. oS MEVEltS A FKANki-IN. J. P. Moore. J. B. McDongall FALL IMPORTATION. First of the Season. FIRST SELECTION OF THE MARKET -AND THE— Cheapest Stock —OP DRY GOODS! —EVER BROUGHT INTO THE STATE OF NEVADA. Having a thorough knowledge of the kind of goods required, and what good* uro worth, we want the Public to call and inspect our stoek of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which tor quality, quantity ana prices are unknown to this section of this State. Dress Goods! We call special attention to this leading do* partment, in which are to be found the latest styles. BLACK GOODS a specialty; the best that are imported. Drap d’Ete Cashmere, Sublime ir all qualities, sold at Eastern priea • OVH EST1CH, A very large Stock. Blankets! Blankets! All sues, colors, quantity and quality. Call and inspect them. Shoes, Shoes! A fine assortment, of the best makers, at tho very lowest prices. Table Linens, All qualities. kind and colours. Fnumera* tior. being tedious, therefore we invite all to give us a eell anil inspect our stock, and they will not go away dissatisfied. MILLINERY. This stoek will arrive in a few days, trimmed to eider by the must Fashionable Milliner of San Francisco Our Store Closes -ON SUNDAYS. MOORE & McDOVGALL •OpJBtf