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EUREKA daily sentinel.
^^XyTsKPTKMBEII 12, 1H7H. STOCK REPORT. snU Frnneiwo liWch E*chiins«. 3*n Francisco. Soptembcr 11. rornino board. !» Vievinan-^'i mSl’iblO W rtouM A Ourry-l** wmj''.S I! >st A Uolchor —4. 4 4. 1 > » 4 > a ??, californin—1» 'tiV. SuvaRO—2b'.4 20j* 20’|| 20', 7,)0 Con. \ lrginia—oa 54V*«>** SO Chollar—94 03 i HIS Halo A Norcrose—12 11 * 1,1s Yellow Jacket—27*4 27'a 2/,mS>0 O uvn Point—11 1014 30415 Imperial—A/i-i*** * 113.1 Alpha— 4*» 4 > a 4GN» 4»V 320 B.Uer- 22 21% 2 % 22', S. Nevada—14 4 11-a 10 Utah—'.o i o-j.5 Bullion—10 41 SS5 Exchequer—18 15 4 lOD Succor <»0c 2i»o Union Con.—14'4 II 4 1105 Justice—22% 22% '2121 x 75 Overman -tiJbJKifi 70 10 Seg. Belcher—75 170 Juli;i-^.7H 110 Buck oyo—2>o 1.50 Lady Bryan— 40c 37J*c 200 (Hobo—25c 10 Baltimore C on.—2* 100 S. Hill—9-H 10 3 Hi Payton-4% 4% 10 Julia 7 4 2tM) Rock Island—1% 100 Phil. Sheridan-1 25 American Flat—1 1020 Prospoct—2*4 2 2K 185 Cromer-2‘4 t>> Andes—2 4 ICO A ai d—1*4 25 Lady Wash—2% 40 Kossuth-87%c 85c 97% C lb ) 1 2(H) W. Belcher—2% 2 50 Trojan—90 e 1 510 N. Con. Va.—1% IN* 100 Loviathan-SOc KTKXItfG 50 A Rt*. j05 Meadow Valley—87%c 7nc 87 . e jmO Eureka Con.— 12 200 Behnont-2% 375 K K - H 210 L opnrd—10 9^4 |00 iiila- 7 >c Toll I anther—75c 485 Northern Belle—25*4 2-) 25% 25«$0 05 Manhattan—Hi 1<)% 10% 50 Modoc—4% 5 )0 Co so Con.—d tic l*»c 200 New Coso-46 4 2 0 G. Chariot—2V4 2?6 llH)t) Boorman—-50c pH) S. Chariot -tic 130 California—595s tiO 2)5 Con. Virginia—55*4 nb% 55% 1120 Imperial-4 % 4'4 270 Exchequer 10 lti% 200 Ihilo A Norcross—12 11*4 B.nr ,ie »eIchor—47 47 % 70 Mphir—5'»‘4 405 Alpha—48 17% 52J Justice—2-i 22*4 22V Mr col ^uotalieiia -ti 1*. 91. Ophir—59% bid J ustioo- 22% sales B'jleher -2119 bid Vo 11 o«v Jacaot—27% asked Julia 7 asKod ti l4 sales Alpha—47 bid 17‘t asked S. Nuva in 14 i« bid Union C/m. —14% bid Caledonia -7,% asked Crown Point 10% a-kod Prospect—1V« n.kod ('alliornia—59% galas Myxie in -til » bid Hale A Non ros-- 12 asked imperial 4V bid 1% asked Con Virginia 55 bid 55% .aalos Exchequer-1 i bid Id 4 asked Savage—20 bid 2d‘>* asked LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals and Departure*. BY SHI! KL'KKKA AND PAl.iflADK R A 11 So AD. llrpartiii'CH Kept. lO. J E Duff Jot Travis li A Gould '1 hos Burns Goo L ixomina VV A Juno* •l H Cirr J A Murphy -.1 Unto All koo Miss ohoeruaker Arrivals Kept. at). .1* SvorN J K fluff Mick Dwyer ’I1 J Mn*chant Alt Boa wick Mrs Wm Gillen F VV .Mansell A Petition roit Pardon.—A nutn I er of citizen* of Hander count}’ have vig11•• < 1 a petition asking the Hoard of Pardons to remit the sentence ot Ah Phew, who was convicted of murder in the second degree in ISti'i, and has saire then been in the .State Prison. Alt Chow lias lor years been a trusty ai Hie Prison; reltised to run away "lien the break was matin, and lias had ilia good will of the Warden and ollieers ever since his incarceration. Ha was convicted entirely upon Chi iH'se testimony, and our recollection of the facta developed at the trial im presses us with the belief that tlie heat hen’s claims to the interposition of tlie Pardoning Board arc better founded than were those of a number of mur derers sent from that county who have been liberated liy executive interfer ence. --—♦ A Ridiculous Error.— Wo have several times corrected an erroneous impression which prevails to a con siderable extent hero, that tlie fact of a person having registered two years ago obviated tlie necessity of his register '"5 again for the election this year, o e have corrected this error so often j mid hilly that none of the readers of the Sentinel, at least, will lose their v"tes because of their ignorance in (bat respect; but we find that an other quite as ridiculous an itiea is bold by many that juries are drawn ‘cun me registry list in the county, and by not registering a persons ex empts himself from jury duty. This ■s a mistake. Juries are not so drawn, nor does a person by neglecting to reg ister in anywise lessen the chances of having to perform jury duty. A Hebrew Congregation. — The Israelites of Eureka have organized a congregation for religious worship and charitable purposes, tending tho sick, burying the dead, etc. The congrega tum, which numbers about thirty por 'Sous, is tlie first and only Hebrew con KiegiUion over organized iu tho State i Nevada. Religious services will be wi * , dl,riI‘« the coming holidays, wtnch commence on tlie ISth instant, I. measures looking to the securing I Rh't of ground and its inclosing as !'}r!al place are now in progress, a (imeient amount of funds having een subscribed for those purposes by o members of the congregation. * hange.—As will be seen by tlie ad vertisement in another column, tlie ‘ azerac Chop Stand will hereafter be conducted by Wm. Walker, who lias > come the sole proprietor, and will continue to cater to its patrons, ;!i'"lahtng them with all tho delica a,n.d ■Hbatantlalg that can be ob tained in tho market. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF A COAL-BURNER. FOUL FLAY SUSPECTED. Arrest of Suspected Parties. William Ferguson, a man who was engaged burning coal upon a contract fur Woodruff & Ennor, in Antelope district, about four miles north of Al pha, has recently disappeared in a most mysterious manner, and sur mises are numerous in regard to his whereabouts and what lias befallen him. Two men, named Win. Whalan and John Kelly, were working with him burning coal until about the first instant, when they came into town, as they allege, for the purpose of procur ing work in tho mines, leaving Fer guson on the ranch attending to tl.o pits. Oil the third instant, Mr. Mo Killop, who works on an adjoining ranch, discovered four pits burning with no one attending them, and ilie tilth completely burned up. To pre vent tin* others from being de stroyed, Mr. McKillop proceeded to perform the necessary work to save them. Not hing lias been seen or heard of Ferguson since Wlialan anti Kelly letl him on tho first instant, and there is nothing around the scene of his la hors by which any clue can be gathered concerning the cause of itis disappear ance, or liis whereabouts. His cloth ing, tobacco, provisions, etc., were found in his tent, nothing having ap parently been taken away except his mattrass and blankets, which were tumid par iullv consumed close to the burned pit. Not being aide to obtain work, after remaining in town two or throe days, Kelly returned to the ranch, where Ito found Mr. MoKillip attending to the pits, to whom lie ex pressed the greatest surprise at tho disappearance of Ferguson, but his manner was so strange, and his stories so conflicting, that Mr. McKillip's sus picions wore aroused, and other cir cumstances, which have since been developed, point so strongly towards Wlialan and Kelly, that Thomas Ful ler, a friend of the missing man, yesterday filed a complaint in Justice Beatty’s court and a war rant was issued for tho arrest of the two men. Kelly was arrested b.v officer McKee yesterday afternoon and lodged in jail, and the probabilities are that Wlialan bv this time shares his confinement. Ferguson is represented as a sober, industrious man. lie had a considerable sum of money due him for labor, was not ill debt, and thero is no apparent eau-e for his voluntary disappearance. The pit which was burned was fired in such a manner as would indicate that it was the inten tion of the person tiring it, instead of turning it into coal, to destroy it en tirely. As soon as it lias sufficiently cooled the debris will lie searched, in which it is suspected will bo found traces of the missing man. It is a most mysterious affair, and it is to be iiopcd it will be thoroughly investi gated, and if any crime has been com mitted that the guilty parties will be discovered and punished. The New Cuoi\—'This year’s crop of pine-nuts has been harvested, and the stalwart form of the noble Sho shone is again seen upon our streets; likewise his wife and family. Fine mils of this year’s growth are now for sale in the stores of the white man, in winch they ate retailed at a living margin of profit over Indian cost, rite nuts are tiie mam dependence of many of the Indians for winter food, but the average Shoshone can not re sist the temptation to swap them for over-ripe watermelons and decayed grapes. To him “sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof,” and he will take the chances on going hungry lo sleep in the dead of winter, if by so doing he can flop his lip over the white man’s fruit in tiie fall. If ho reasons at all, he argues, “cuss the difference; we may ail be dead before tlui snow flies.” Gila.—Letter of the 31st says: Drift south from the McGee shatt is now in SO feet with material of an encourag ing nature in the face. Drift north is in 15 feet; face in hard porphyry with spav seam on contact. Incline from middle le el has made connection with shaft at 73 feet distance from level. Nothing like ore has been feund in sinking this incline and I am more and more convinced as work progresses that if we would hope to get ore greater depth must be attained. This can only be done with facility and economy in a mauner previously recommended. Present west from bottom of shall is in 283 feet, with face in lime the hardest over met with at this level. ---♦ A Musical Treat.—The grand ora torio of Esther, the beautiful queen, will be rendered at Bigelow’s Ilall on next Friday and Saturday evenings, under the direction of Prof. Ilalleck. Nearly all of the prominent singers in Eureka, both ladies and gentlemen, have volunteered their services and will assist the Professor. Thera will be nineteen solo personations and a chorus of about fifty voices, all of whom wilt appear in the ancient cos tumes of the Israelites, .Medes and Persians. This entertainment is some what different from anything ever given in Eureka, and we can safely promise a rich treat to our citizens. Resigned.—Says the San Francisco Stock Exchange : “ W. Aug. Knapp, formerly Secretary of the Gila Mining Company, tendered his resignation on Monday last on account of ill health. The Board of Directors at its meeting passed a resolution thanking Mr Knapp for the able and efficient manner in which he had acted while Secretary of the company, and expressed its kind wishes for ids future welfare. Mr. Knapp left for Amador on Wednes day afternoon. W. W. Parish, Secre tary of the Tybo has been elected to till the position as Secretary of the Gila. Board or Equalization.—Notice is given in our advertising columns that tho Clerk of the Board of County Com missioners has received the assess ment roll, and that the board will sit as a Board of Equalization from the 118th instant until the 2d pioximo. “ ALL'S WOT GOLD THAT LiL.IT TEIIS.” For the past eight or ten days a citi zen of Eureka has been wearing on bis shirt (ront a diamond pin; not an ordi nary diamond, blit a young knhinoor, of size and brilliance something like that depicted on Tweed’s bosom in Nast’s cartoons. The citizen was strut ting along Main street, last Saturday afternoon, proudly conscious of being ilia wearer of the biggest, diamond in Eastern Nevada. It mattered not that the jewel was noi his own property; he was just as prou I of it a« if lie was its owner, and felt that the fact of his being allowed to wear it. 'V.i < a .special mark of trust and confidence reposed in him by tlie man whose property it nas. The real owner lias recently re tort'd from a visit to the (Vicennial, and brought tiro pin with him. inform ing his acquaintances here that he had paid a fabulous sum for it in Pliiladol pbia, which was religiously believed by all to whom it was told. As we have said, the wearer of the diamond was strutting along Main street .Satur day afternoon—tint his strut was only for a brief hour. The eagle eye of County Assessor Powell fell on that pin, and. though his sight was for the moment dazzled by tlio brilliant rays which the stone shed around promts cuously, he was not to be deterred from performing his duty to the strict let ter. His miiul was made up; he would assess that pin. Approaching the gentleman, he asked: “ What do you value that pin at?” “Oh, I don't know exacil.v,” said the man with the diamond, drawing him self up proudly, “somewhere along about seventeen thousand, I guess.” “Well, Pil just lake vour oam valua tion lor 11 and assess it at seventeen thousand.” "Oh, blazes, it ain’t my property. You belter go and see Mr. Blank; I don’t want four or live hundred dol lars taxes socked on me for wearing another man’s pin.” “All right,” said the polite Assessor, “PI go and see Blank,” and away lie posted to find that gentleman. The owner of tlie pin being found, lie was politely requested by the Assessor to fix a valuation on the diamond for as sessment as personal property. When he had recovered from the fright and astonishment occasioned by the re quest-, he asked: “Can you assess a fellow's wearing apparel?” “Certainly not, but that stone is not wearing apparel.” •‘Isn’t it part and parcel of the wear ing apparel when it’s affixed to (lie shirt, and would you assess the shirt on a mail’s back?” “Now, look hero,”said the Assessor, getting his mad up, “I won’t s and any more of this foolishness; I’ll just fix the value of the tiling myself.” “What do yon appraise it at?” “Seventeen thousand dollars!” “Great snakes! It lacks several dol lars of being wortli that; it’s nothing tint a ‘snide,’ and I only gave eight dollars for it at the Centennial.” The Assessor doubted; but an exam ination of the stone by a jeweler con firmed I he assertion that it was “snide.” When the man who had been so com placently wearing this seventeen ihou sand-dollar diamond pin learned the real state of the ease, he said he wished ttiat he were dead, and that he realized the full force of that passage in (lie Scriptures which declares that “all’s not gold that glitters”—or diamond either. Personal.—J. J. Corrigan returned Sunday evening from Ward, whore lie lias been attending to bis mining inter ests in that district. He is favorably impressed with the outlook there and predicts for the district a brilliant fu ture. He leaves to-morrow morning for San Francisco. Alfred Parriek, of the London Mining Journal, and Fred. W. Mansell, of the London firm of Mansell A Co., stock brokers, arrived on Sunday evening’s train from the west. They have vis ited ill) principal mines of California and tho Comstock, and yesterday made an examination of the K K in Hut y Hill. They will visit the Kichinoml to-dav, and to-morrow morning pur sue their journey eastward. We hope their brief sojourn in the Base Hangs will prove both pleasant and profitable and that they will bear hence as favor able an impression as they leave be hind. Hilly Seaton.—Tho Reno Journal of the 9th contains the following item concerning an old resident of Eureka: “W. A. Seaton has purchased a por tion of the Dyer estate situated next to Pollard’s on Commercial Row. He took possession yesterday and began putting it in good condition to be used as a stable during the fair week. Af ter that time he will make it, a very desirable piece of property. That land there is splendidly located and will prove agood bargain one of those days. Seaton is a good fellow and we hope he will prove fortunate in his in vestment.” Ruby Hill Township Abolished. The Hoard ot County Commissioners, at a special meeting yesterday, passed an order abolishing Ruby Hill town ship, and annexing tho territory for merly comprising it to Eureka town ship. The order was made in pursu ance to a petition from tho citizens of the abolished township, who, as all their Justice Court business is trans acted here, naturally wanted a voice in the election of the' township officers. Tho voting precincts at the Hdl will be continued as before. -+—. Started Up.—The K K furnace started up yesterday with every pros pect of a long and successful run. It has been relined and thoroughly re paired and everything is in fine work ing order. There are from SCO to 900 tons of ore at the furnace; about 500 tons on the dump at the mine and from 500 to 700 tons broken down in the mine, ready to be hoisted. With ordinary luck, the works will run one hundred days before it will be neces sary to close them down for repairs. Faces Scorched.—Yesterday while the K K furnace was being fired up, a couple of men, who were standing near the feeding holes waiting lor the blast, had their faces severely scorched by the blast bursting out unexpectedly upon them. They will probably be ; laid up several days by the aeeidout. Empire Boarding-house.—Mrs. E. E. Brown, tho well-known cateress, has leased the above-named house on Main street, where will be found at all times the best provender that can be procured in the town. Mrs. Brown lias always kept a first-class eating house and her name as proprietress of an establishment is in itself a sufficient guarantee that the patrons thereof will bo furnished with tlie best the market affords, and that it will he prepared and served in A No. 1 style. SPECIAL NOTICES. Miners, AttkKtion.- Tho Golden Rule Storo has moved to new quarters ono door south of Messrs. I’axton 0".ts bank, where you can ro and find ih > usual assortment of miner's undurcbuhiuR, overalls, jumpers, ci Rnrs, tobaeoo, cutlery, staliunerv, notions, etc. _ _ »;i-tf mod a-*. upi9 —--«» SPECIAL NOTICE. W. B. TAYLOR is nl me authorized to col* !oct all outstanding accounts of tho lato firm of Taylor A Whitten. An immediate settle ment will savo o jsts. T. S. MARfHANT, nuuM JoiiNsuN. Eureka, August 11, 1S76. aultftf Monrs. apl9 I Closing Out.—I am closing out my stoek of books, stationery, fancy goods, ote., at bed rock prices to make room for a now stock from Neff York, which will arrive in twenty days. Everything sold for cash at the lowest figures. Tho most complete stock of drugs and medicines in Eastern Nevada. Proscrip tions carofully filled by experienced drug gists. L. TERRY. nu9tf MOOTS. apl9 Bathing.—J. M. M. Moo iy gives notice that hereafter tho price of baths nt his place will be i'ifly Cents. s3-lm Charcoal.—The Guidon Kulo Storo has re moved from old quarters to tho house form erly oeoupied by .Sandy Van Al-tine ns a sa loon. Bottom figures on everything sold. Everything guaranteed as ropresonted, and sold cheap for cash. s3-tf Notick to Tkamstkrs.—The Golden Rule Store has been removed from the old stand to that formerly occupied by Sandy Van Al stino, ono door south of i’axton Sl Co.’s bnnk. Go there, boys, and see Jeo whon you come to town. s3-lf nOCH’S. npl9 Watchks and Jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your Avatcbes and jewelry ropnired in a workmanlike manner, go to 1’. Steier’s jewelry storo. one dour south of S. Ashim A Co., Main street. 33-aplGtf -.-^ Mocha eofFeo, tongues and sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackers. Tho above is a fresh invoieo at xMrs. Ashim’s my‘J-tf ■--— •MOIHS. apl9 Found.—A fine lino of gents furnishing goods, cigars, tobacco, cutlery, stationery, notions, etc., at tho now quarters of tho tlo'dcn Rule Store, ono door south of Paxton A Co., bank, cheap for cash. s3-tf MEYERS & FRAYKIFV BEG TO INFORM TIIEIR LADY and gentlemen friends that tneir im mense stock of Spring & Summer Dry Goods —AND— C L O T II I N G Has arrived, and thoy invite them to inspect tho beautiful goods at their establishment before purchasing elsewhere. Their stock consists in part of SUMMER SILKS In plain, plaid andstripos, of nowest shades. PONGEES AND MOHAIR GOODS ! Carmelite Cloths, Baleros, Lawns. Linens. Ete. An ondleji variety ia Hosiery, Embroidery Corsets, Uidttloves, Laces, etc, Parasols In nil Colors and Slics, Ladies’, Misses’ and Children's Trimmed Hats of the very latest styles from tho most fashionable nailUasss. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN'S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERY BEST MANSI’S. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is eomplctn, and should bo inspected, as it consists of every article appertaining to a Fiist-Class Clothing Establishment! Onr motto is to Give the best Goo«l» for the least Mont-)'. As one of tho firm is rosiding in San Fran cisco, all orders will bo punctually uttendud MEYERS & FRANKLIN ap23___ lx. S. TROWBRIDGE & CO., -DEALERS IN— GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GROCERIES, Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TYIIO, SYE COUNTY, NEVADA aul-tf D. MANHEIM. DEALER IN GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE. -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING. MAIN STREET, i Eureka, Nevada. jalltf CANDIDATES. NOTICE, All political ftdrrrlltlng And job work iuhii, he pai I for in advance. There will be deviation from thin rule. FOR CONSTABLE. CHARLES M. r =. V<» ! IS A CANDI date tor Cointnb., f»h j • f to tho de ci«ion of tho Democratic ’io.vn.-Iiip < (inven tion. FplOtd FOR COUFXY RECORDER. UTS ARE AlTilor TO AN f\r non nee RE \. C. LEVY ;>.« a candi date for County t-end r, subject to tho de cision of tho DumociMt'C County Conven tion. FplOtd FOR C0DH1Y ASSESSOR. WE A HE AUTHORIZED TO AN nounco that J. C. POw ELL is a can didate for re-election to tho office of County Assessor, subject to tho decision of tho Democratic i ounty Convention. sp9td FOR ^COUNTY RECORDER. \\T E ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN ▼ f nounce W. A. DUKLEY as a candi date for tho office of County Recorder, sub ject to tho decision of tho Republican County Convention. sp9td FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR T RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY J self as a candidate for the office of County Surveyor, subjoat te the deaision of the Dem ocratic County Convention, pledging myself to abide by raid dociiion and to use no ef forts to de’eat. tho wishes of tho party.1 spTtd W. A. EDWARDS. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. PM nil NESS RESPECTFULLY AN • nouncos hr.nself as an independent candidate for Constable, at the ensuing election. sp7td FOR SHERIFF. CNEORGEW. GILMORE IS A CANDI J do to for re-election to the office of Sheriff, subject to nomination by the Republican County County Convention. spotd FOR SHERIFF. \\T E ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Tf Frank J. Wallace, of Ruby llill, a can didate for the office of Sheriff of Euroka coun ty, subject to tho decision of the Democratic County Convention. sl-td FOR SHERIFF. WE '< R E AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE E, Dr U ITT a candidate for the office of Shoriff of Eureka county, subject to tho decision of tho Democratic County Conven tion. au'22-td FOR SHERIFF. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A candidate for the office of SHERIFF of Euroka county, subject fo tho decision of the ensuing Democratic County Convention. auSSOtd T. J. MAUPIN. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A JL Candidate for re-election to the office of Justico of tho Ponca of Eureka Township, before tho Democratic Township Convention, jy-tf K. M. BEATTY. FOR CONSTABLE. HR. McKEK ANNOUNCES HIMSELF • as a candidate for tho office of Con stable for Eureka township at the ensuing election. jyl‘J*tf CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A: a candidate for CONSTABLE for Eurefc* Township, subject to the nomination of the Democratic Township Convention. J. W. WALSH Eureka, August 3d. 1876. au4*td* CANDID ATE FOR CON STABLE T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS I. - a oandidato for CONSTABLE of Eureka Township, subject to the action of the Eu reka Township Convention. auJ.Vtd ALF. CIIARTZ. FOR ASSESSOR. JC. BROWN ANNOUNCES HIMSELF • as a candidate for COl’XTY ASSES SOR, subject to tho decision of tho Democratic County Convention. au26-td o. DUWKKL. S. * A PURL 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Main and Clark Streets. Dealert in Fereign and Domestic 1> RY GOOD 8, AND CLOTHING! BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CABS, ETC.. And Manufacturers of ( ASSMIKKE AM> WHITE SHIRTS mrl7-tf TOVALL is authorized to col further notice. au£J SAM. COLDSTGNE. Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, To baccos. Cigars, Hardware, Crockei v. Glassware, And a full assoi teent of General Morehan disc cheap for cash, wholesale and retail. Call and see me at Odd Follows’ building, or at my Clothing Store, south of Baxton A Co’s Bank. jel5-tf NOTICE. riMIEFIRMOF MAl'riN A CROMER IS 1 dissolved by mutunl consent. All the assets of said late firm aro assigned to H. .Voiler and Chas. Holbrook for the benefit of all creditors, who will close up the business of the firm and distribute the proceeds among the creditors T. J. MAVRIN, 1,. IV. CROMER, Hated August 1st, 187S. All debts duo the late firm of Maupin A Cromer must be paid without delay to S. B. Hall, at the store of said late firm, or to 11. Mill er, at Baxton & Co’s Bank, and all ac counts must bo settled w ithout dcluv. on vs. Holbrook. II. MULLER. Hated August 1st, 1S7U. aui-tf SALOONS. COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Cofnor of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA, N EV. None but the finest qualities of liquors and the eboieest brands of cigais dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club It o o m And a number of well-furnished card-rooms for private parties. jaiur HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. THE SAZERAC SALOON, Mai* Strekt, Eureka, SMITH *L CANA VAX, PROP'S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Mnkisi£ it one of tho most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attaehed to the SAZERAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most iniDroved tables. my20-tt FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yyilOLEtSALE AND retail dealer Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the following KXTR.ACTS,constantly on hand: Saratparilla, Shorrbst. Pear, Blackberry, Amttrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock. Vanilla Ice Creans, Claret, Ginger Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Cho’late croamCatawba Pine Apple, Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don’t Care. SBNO and CIiUB ROOKS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-mhl4___ BII.LIARDS I TBSCORNBB Has just received n ew billiard TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wire Cushions, and is to bo kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. 6E0. THACHBR.l CLAY SIMMS, j Proprietors. apl9 PALACE SALOON, East Main itreot. South ef Wells, Fargo A Co. L. CLARK AMD A. BOTTO, Prop'rn, HAVE FITTED UP, in THE Best Style. tho above Saloon, whore they will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. nov24-sltf ARCADE SALOON. rPHE ABOVE SALOON HAS BEEN RE J_ fitted in good style, and will hereafter be conducted by tho undersigned. The host articles of WISES, LIQUORS AND (K.ARS Will bo constantly kept on hand, and the public are invited to call and satisfy thom solves of the samo. JOHN ALLEN, Proprietor. Euroka. Aug, 20, 1S76, au20-lm r. EASTEN’S CHICAGO BEER DEPOT! Opposito Wells, Fargo A Co's. T WILL KEEP A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF A tho celebrated I loca Lager I3eex*I Pronounced tho best in tho United States. Fine Winas, Liquors and Cigars. Also tho well-known Oil lL’AOO BREWERY BEER. I invito my friends and tho public in gen eral to drop in and take a smile. my24tf F. KA8TEN, LEVIN & BRANDTS’ Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. Three doors above Meyer’s A Franklin’s, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. \I7E WILL KEEP ON HAND /T'|'=53k TT h constant supply of the cclc-KHsAjJ brnted Bavaria and Uoca Beer: nlso'^HV* Vineyard, Prop A CVs Snzerne do Forge. and other well known brands of brandies, Bour bon and Ryo whiskies, somo 24 years’ old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at 12‘v cents a drink. We hare an elegant elevator of tho latest pattern for hoisting tho beer, tilled in glasses, cold from the cellar, at tho tick of’ the bell. Free lunch from 11 to l o’clock daily; will also keep sandwiches of all kinds, Dutch Herrings, Caviar, Ham, etc. Cigars a »pe cialty. MORRIS LEVIN, j3-tf LOUIS BRANDT. Wholesale Liquor Housei In WliiUon'a Stone Building, Main Street. Eureka. Having just returep from the East, after purchasing a large tad SELECT STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. I am competent of not only competing with the Eureka merchant?, but alike with San Francitco travelers. 1 will also be able to furnish salooon-keepor? with Cron It U e e r f On and after J une 1st. I »av nothing but what 1 am willing to guarantee. COM K AND SEE FOR YOUR SELF. HENRY KIND. Proprietor. jelO-mytt JOHN SHROUSS. HUGH liC’CBUH. SHROUFE & McCRTJM, Succcfiors to J. M. Goowey &C©., importers of Liquors, r x xv s KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 Hint 411 Front Ml.. Sau Francisco. : : : California. 1 mrotf