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IEW AIBAN«EXEXTR1 On and after November 6th, 1877, ■A. FAST TRAIN WILL BUN FOR HwMftn, Malle, and Express ONLY, AND WILL Lssts Bonks dslly st.S JO s. x. Anise st Fsllssds st.10J0 s. x. Making connection with (nt tad Went Deaart Trains ef the Central Pari Be Ballmad. RBTURNINQ : Lssts Fsllssds dslly s«.4 too r. x. Arrive st Ennkt st.t JO r. X. Fnlfkl aad AtnaaedaUta Train: Losses Bonks dslly st.««0 a. x. Arrises st Fsllssds at.3.13 r. x. Lasses Fsllsads dslly st.7J3 a. x. Arrises st Banks st.33° r. x. THB COMPANY WILL BEUYEB FREIGHT AT MAMILTWN. WARD, PIOCHE, TTBO. BELMONT, And til points sooth, hy its tesrae, with cars iMltaptct, and si ths lowest rates. P. ETERTS, General Sap'L ECMEKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAG LINE! «KLXEK * BAUSBl'BY, Propr a. Connecting with the eureka and Pallaade Railroad. Leaves Baraka for HAMILTON. WARD and PIOCHE. Every morning, at 7 o’clock. Leavea Pioche for Ward. Hamilton and Eureka •very day. at 7 o’clock a. m. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Weils. Fargo k Co’a Express. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. Oflce at Wells. Fargo k Co’a. jy9 LUMBER AND SHINGLES. ITBKKA AMD CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. Sooth Main Stmt. S inds. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER, Of all kind#. Redwood. Oregon and Sugar FIm HI9U« TIIBEBS! BVIIBmi LdBEI! 4 earn plain aaaortmeat of Clear and Browed ^Lumbar. Flooring, Siding. Boetie, and other sty lea of Siding. Moulding. UUu, Shingle*. Doora. Saab and Bltnda. ole., always on hand. IT Everything at the Leweat Caak *jUtf EdC.L CB. K. R. Be La Matt*. C. R. Be La Mattb^. LUMBER. Paul St., head of Clark. WI WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON BAND kiBda of L»t«r. drMMd at an Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Pickets, Doors, Shingles, Blinds, ETO_, ETC. C.R.DeLa Matyr&Co tmta. Immt, », tea,j«Blltf f , Hyde & Comm SAN FRANCISCO. higast Music Houst on the Coast. Bette Goant Agenta for the Celebrated WEBEK PIANOS —A*B— Estey Organs. Msanfscturtrs of tbs SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO! For Brass Instruments, SHEET MUSIC, And srsrythiac in Us Music Lins, address SHERMAN, HYDE & GO., SAN FRANCISCO. Pianos and Organs Sold on Easy Turns. Sheet Mule Depot at Henri. A Jeeiph'e DeMea Bale jMf Mm. Eanha. ARTESIAN WELL B O R_LN G . r(U( FKDKB81QNED HATS Jt’ST II Jt eel Ted all the nereaeaiy machinery fee JShm Arteclan Walla, and are now prepared .min con tree la for horiu* Fur inform*. *«!? n«*rd K> trrme.^tc^ k CO. BILLIARD ARLORS AXP 8ALOOKB. THE S1ZER1C SILQO.N, (or at a in •) MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SilTH A scon, PROPRIETORS. Refitted and Refurnished. Making it one or the most attrac tive place* In Eureka. _ THE BILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the 8AZF.RAC la the ftneet billiard room In town, containing the aewest and meet improved table*. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JANIES M.KELLOCC,Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IN THE STATE. The whole establishment is en. tirely new, and the Billiard Table* are of the latest patterns. The Bar will at all time* be furnished with the beet of Liquors and Cigars. Tbs comfort and entertainment of patrons will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! rjlHI LARGEST AND FINEST] BILLIARD SALOON I* THE STATE. STONE 3TXIX.3DI1SXO. Corner Main and Clark Street*, Eureka. GEO. THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS. PROP'S. SALOONS. THE ORIENTAL. C.raer af Main .ail Balea.ii Sts. CHARLES COBB, AIT HO HAS BEEN CONNECTED WITH v f the above Saloon for some time past, has now leased it. and will be pleased to see his old friends snd customers. FANCY DRINKS ▲ SPECIALTY. Eureka, December 36. 1878. d27-tf NARROW -SIEGE SALOON Corner of Buel and Clark Streets. Eureka. MOLATESTA & LIGETT, PROPRIETORS. Having purchased thp. above sa loon. the proprietor* will keep constant ly on hand tha choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be had in the San Francisco market. Give ns a call. MOLATESTA A LIGETT. Eureka, November 30, 1878. dl-tf EX3. XDEA^2Sr-S SALOON) No. 23 North Main Street, two doors north of the International Hotel. * THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. rIS SALOON IS NEW THROUGHOUT IN furniture and appurtenances, and has card rooms and convenient entrance*. Experienced and familiar bar-keepers will attend to the wants of the customer* of ED. DEAN k CO. Eureka, Nev., October 7.1«73. o8-tf OPERA HOUSE SALOON. Corner of Buel and Bateman streets. T^DCE WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS,— J? the best in town. OLD MAN LEVAN, Proprietor. Eureka Oct. 7, 1878. ©8-tf PERRY'S SALOON, -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, ISTEV. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10. 187ft. aulO-tf THE TIGER SALOON JOE MENDE8, Proprietor. This saloon has been fitted rp with a view t© comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger it Is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn as you wi*1 you find youreelf be fore a BAB, Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS ANO CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al | ways in attendance to serve the patrons of the keiase. San Jose Fredericksburg Beer Constantly on Draught. PALACE SALOON. MAIN STREET. EUREKA. LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r. Has fitted up. in the best style. the above Saloon, where ia kept only the Choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS ANO CIGARS. B7 Call and be convinced. CALIFORNIA HOUSE LOI H B«A>DT. Prapr. TOME SALOON » ttached to the above popclab H«uh Lu bffa optmd in Onl-flu* sty 1. OOUD BEER! Ol Uw Best gealitj. m ipwtalty. STTb. publi. tl« cordially ibfittd to .Hop In and ta>t u>< uiulit; of th« liqnoni ud Clean. HOTELS. _ J. L. HIXCKLKT. *• LOT*WOO». THE PJRKER HOUSE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This hotse will be kept first clam. Rooms single or in suits. At tached to the House is a first-class RESTAURANT. THE 33 -A. E Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the beet Liquors. Wines and Cigsrs will te kept. ST”Railroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka, February 6, 1879. feb7 tf THE JICkSON HOTEL IS NOW OPEN, And ia the only Fire-proof Hotel tn Eastern Nevada. MAIN STREET, ETREHA. The rooms are hard finished, el egantly furnished and spacious. SIXGLE ROOMS OR IX KITTS. GAS IX ALL THE ROOMS. [Connected with the Hotel Is the 3 Finest Bar-room in the State ! A. JACKSON. Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine oonntv. jeltf IVTER.MTIOWL HOTEL! North Main Street, EUREKA, - - NEV. MU.U P. H. HALL, Propr. TURNER HOUSE. South Main Streeet. Eureka. THI9 OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS just been newly refitted throughout, and has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Booms. Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the RESTAURANT“d DININC ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will be served in the meet approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine asaortment of Liqmr* and Cigars. The PoetofBce and the office of W ens. Fargo k Co. are directly opposite, and carriages run to and from the Depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18. 1877. jy mf SILVER BRICK HOTEL Sooth Xala Street, Eureka. This popular eureka hotel has now changed hands, and is under the man agement of the undersigned, who will, in per son, give her undivided attention to the patrons of the house. TERMS: Board, per week.O© Slagle Meal*.50Cta Liquors and Cigars.12 1-2 Cts A fair share of the public patronage is so licited. MRS. ELIZA GF.RATY, Proprietress. Eureka, November 8, 1878. n9-tf PINTO HOUSE. I'HE UNDERSIGNED HAS LEASED. RE mTED and refurnished this old established wayside hotel, and will, at all times, use his be»t endeavor to maintain its previous good reputation. The TABLE Is always snpplied with the best, and tbe BAR has only the best1 LIQUORS and CIGARS In the Market. HAY and BARLEY Furnished to teamsters and traders. Call and see me. N. SMITH, Proprietor. Pinto, January 21,1879. jaa*2?3ni* EUREKA HOTEL, Palisade, - - Nevada. THIS POPULAR HOTEL HAS now CHANG ED hands, and is under the management of tbs undersigned, who will, in person, give his undivided attention to tbe patrons of the house. L BENNETT, - Proprietor. (Successor te W. 8. Evans.) Palisade. January 23, 1879. jan24 tf Richmond House. No. SI Bari Street, MRS. DR. SHIPP, - - PROPRIETRESS. This establishment is entirely new. having ju*t been built and newly ! furnishsd throughout. The rooir* are large and airy. BOOMS, from »* to SIS per Week. Every attention will be paid to tfcoee who favor m with their patronage. Eureka. Nov. 11. 1S7H. nll-tf DEPOT HOTEL, raliMMle, Nevada. MRS. M. BAUM. : : PROPRIETRESS This hotel is new and first-class. and fills a want long felt in Palisade. Mr*. M. Baum's well-known reputation as a land lady will be a sufficient guarantee that the De pot Hotel will please and satisfy. She will give her especial attention to the comfort of the traveling public. jy 10-tf Dissolution. 'V'OTICE XS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE a. v copartnership heretofore existing between F. B. ALDERSON and W H HARRISON in the Saddle Rock Oyster and Chop House, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. F B. ALDERSON. W H HARRISON. The buefnem hereafter will be conducted by F. B. ALDERSON. Eureka. January T, 1*7* jS-lm $50 REWARD IIT ILL BE GIVEN FOR THE EXTERN OF * * the child. Lena Espanoxa. to her home, or foe any information that will lead to I her recovery. WM EANOW. 1 Eureka, January 17.1*79. >a&2*tf RESTAURANTS. _ PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. Main Street, Eureka. NOW CONDUCTED BY MRS. NICK MILLICH. / . THIS THE OLDEST RE8TAU f m Jrant in Eureka, baa been leased by yagVjy tbe undersigned, and will be cen > ducted in first—last stylo, and will aet tbt best table in town. Board, per week.MOO Siaffle Mewls... ..50 dents No Chinese employed. Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian. Mrs. N. MILLICH. Proprietress. Enreka. December 23,1878. d24-tf MOCH’S «* E-F-I-O-TT-H.-E-A-ISr ’ RESTAURANT. Corner of Buel •&* Bateman St's EUREKA, NEVADA. Breakfluf, from 7 to 12 o'clock A. 91. Dinner, from 5 to 7 o'clock P. 91. Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners (o Order. Eureka. November 14. 1878. nl5-tf EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka MRS. L. HIGLEY, Proprietress MEALS.50 Cents. THIS IS THE oldest established Restaurant in Eureka. The Din ing Room haa been enlarged an1 generally renovated. THE TABLE will at all times be supplied with The Beat the Market AlVortis. The whole business will nnder the general supervision of MRS. HIOIJKT, who will be I pleased to see all her old friends, and all the 1 new cnee who may favor her with their pat ronage. ol-tf MRS. LOUISA HIGLET. FISKE’S BAKERY —AND— CONFECTIONERY STORE! In Fiske’s Building. Main St., Eureka. I HAVE JUST OPENED A BAKEP.Y IN COS nection with the Confectionery Store lately occupied by M. Young, and am prepared to furnish the best of American Bread,Pies,Cakes,Etc. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orders at 1h»* Store, goods will be delivered to any part of the town. FRESH CANDIES, macufai t tired on the premise*, and always on hand in large quanti ties. CHAS. FISKE. Proprietor. WESTERN HOTEL” Four door* below the International, Main Street. Eureka. This establishment, complete in every part, is now open. Board. p*r week.87 ©O Single flenla.30 C ta. T IC E B A IS Will be stocked at all times with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be found on the coast. Depot for Lyon k Co's celelirated Brewery, San Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyou’s Ale. A share of the public patronage is solicited, eltI P. S. QUAIJL), Proprietor. Base Baie Mail — AND SALOON! South Main Street, CAIT. J. C. COLOAN, - : Proprietor. The proprietor begs leave to an. nounce that he has ojvenod the above establishment. The tables will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. BG430. V PER WEEK. S-K&LE PEALS. SO CENTS j Meals will be served at all hours. White cooks and lady waiters. The bar is well stocked with the choicest brands of WINES, LilQUORS —AND— O I <3- -A- 3FL S. A share of the public patronage is respect fully solicited. Eureka, July 2,1878. jyS-tf ! TWO-BIT RESTlllRINT ! THE FIRST IH NEVADA. 1 JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Enxeka. FRANK ROEBLES. Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five Cents to $1 00! BREAKFAST : Beefsteak. Mutton Chop. Veal Cutlet. Pota teas, Bread and Buttar. Tea and Coffee. IDUSTNEIR. : All sorts of Roast and Boiled Meat*. Vegeta bles. Soups, Etc. PALACE CHOP-STAND -AND RESTAURANT. Having removed from the •• villa •• to the more commodious and centrally located Palace building. »■ the rear of the Pal ace Saloon, we are now far better prepared to cater to the "'ants of our patron*. Specialties —we have m*ne everything we offer the public will be fir*t-cla** fresh meats, aweet butter, genuine coffee, and w on to the end of the chapter. C7"CALL AND BEE l'S._£3 <J r.O. * 4XJ « C'O.. . . Praprlrten. Eurrki. Juutn U, IPT9. j'.nlT tf NOTICE. To all Whom it may Concern! VOHC1 IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NO it one i* auUnnr.ed to contract any indebt edness again*t me. or on my account, and that I will pay no debt* contracted against uie.or on my account, unless contracted by me individu ally, or by my written order. JAMES C. LOCEWOOD. Ei.reka. January Jl. 1$??. jaaStf FOR SALE OR TO RENT._ FOB SALE. FOURTEEN QUARTZ WAGONS, (Axles ranging ffom 3 to 4 Inches,) Complete and In Good Banning Order. — rWCLUDIKO — ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON, (Nearly New—Original Coat, |1,MO.) Any or all of these wagons will be sold at less than one-fourth of their nginal cost. For particulars apply to M. RICH or DR. J. B. KEEN, Eureka, Nevada. Or to W. B. HARRUB. East Oakland, California. nrttf EUREKA OPERA HOUSE FOR_SALE. A Good Investment for Small Capital. The undersigned being about to engage in business in California, offers the above very desirable real estate at a bargain. The property has A Regular Income of 6113 a Mouth, Outside of the Theater proper, and has theatrical engagements ahead amounting to $1,200 or $1,300. The Theater has capacity for Seating One Thousand People, And if early application ia made, the property will be sold at a bargain. The uudersigxied also has softie Very Valuable Real Estate On Main Street, which he would like to dispose of before be leaves Eureka. Persons wishing to invest in good property, can do so on very liberal terms, by making ap plication to M. B. BARTLETT. Eareka, November 25,1878. n26-tf FOR SM OR REST! On ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS. THE EXTENSIVE Bakery Establishment, ON SOUTH BUEL STRLET. This is a rare opportunity to purchase oi rent a paying Business. For parte iulars. apply at the Eureka Bakery, to \VM B IDLING MAYER. Eureka, December30, 1878. dJl-lm societies! EUREKA LODGE. XO. 10. F. A A. 91. rpHE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU 1 reka Lodge, No. 16. T. k AM. will be held in Masonic Hall, evtry Saturday even ing ou or preceding the full moon in each month. Called communications eTary Saturday even ing. Members cf sister lodges, and sojourning brethren iu good standing, are cordially invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. W. P. Steicheioian, Secretary. RED HEX. TIT INN EMU CCA TRIBE, NO. 8. IMPROVED If Order of Bed M«n, hold regul:“vr coun cil* at Masonic Hall on the third sleep t f every seven ana*, at the seventh run, thirtieth i ’reath. Sojourning brave*, warriors and chiefs, are cordially invited to meet in council. H. B. McKEE. Sachem. C. C. Livingston, Chief of Record. a t MILLION EX ('AH PM EXT XO. 10. Holds tegular sessions on te* First and Third MONDAYS of asc.t mouth, at *S o'clock, p. >t., at Odd Fellow** i Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are invited ; to attend. BEN. C. LEVY. C. P. I 9. D. Henry, Scribe. je4tf BEATIFIC LODGE. XO. 7, K. OF P„ MEETS EACH FRIDAY OF EVERY month, at 7:30 o’clock r. m.. at its Caatie Hall, in Odd Fellows' building. All Brotl sr Knights, in good standing, are fraternally itnrited to attend such meetings. C. L. BROY, C. .C H. B. McKie, K. of R. and 9. XT. JOIIX'M CHAPTER. XO. 5. THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST. John’s Cnapter. No. 5. R. A. M . will be held at Masonic Hall, on the second Wedwesday evening of each month. Called communica- j lions on all other Wedue*day evening*. All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing, are cordially invited to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, A. P. j W. A. Dcrlet, Secretary. MOUNTAIN LODGE XO. 18.104.22.168. F., Meet every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7 o’clock. All members of the order, in good standing, are in vited to attend. w. J. SMITH, X. G. II. B. McKee. Secretary. HIKEKXIAXK. THE a. .*>. H. MEETS every first and third Saturday evening of each month, at the corner of Clark and Monr<«e streeta, until further notice. JOHN FLYNN, President. Thos. Murphy, Secretary. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT rpO THE TRENCH MINE.—NO. 486.-1*. 9. J I-and Office. Eureka. Nevada, December 27, 1*73.—Notice i» hereby given, that Thomas Rob. iueon. whi»*e postoffice address is Eureka, Ne vada. has thia day filed hla application for a patent for twelve hundred linear feet of the Trench mine, or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground three hundred feet in width, situate, lying and being in White Pine Mining District, county of White Pine, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the fiald notes and official plat on file in thia office as Lot No. 65. in Township 16, North Range. 57 East, of Mount Diablo meridian. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 65 being as fol lows, to-wit: Variation 16 deg. E. Commenc ing at a post marked No. 1, C. H. Survey No. 65, whence a post marked t\ 8. Monument, No. 6, standing in the summit of a high limestoue bluff, bears south 32 S degrees east, 1.125 feet; set*, corner common to sections 24 and 25 T. 16, N. K . 18 E. and sections 19 and 3f T. 18, N ■ 57 d. E. bears N 75 deg. 21 min. W.. 17.708 feet; smoke-stack of Monte Christo mill bears N. 51 d. W.. 10.010 feet: and the Trench shaft bears 8 22Sdeg. E.. 603 feet . thence running first ccnrw 8. 39 Sd E. 1900 feet to poet marked No. 2. I*. 8. Survey No. 65 - thence second course 9. 50Hd. W.. 300 feet to poet marked No. 3. I*. S. Survey No. 65 ; them e, third course N. 39 * d. W.. 1300 feet to port marked No. 4.U. 8. Survey No. 65; and thence, fourth course N. 50** d. E. 300 lest, to post No 1, the place of beginning, containing 8 36-100 acres. This claim is bounded ou neither end by any known claimants. The nearest mine* are the Little Amador and Centennial. The 1* cat ion of this mine is duly recorded ir. the Recorder’s Office of White Pine Mining District, in Book I, and on page 33*. Any and all per sons claiming adversely any portion of said Trench mine, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the I'nited States Lar..l Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hsm>f. or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. <12S40d D. B 1MMEL. Register. Regli & Waldvogel’s DAIRY PURE MILK AND CREAM! SERVED IN ANT QUANTITY TO SUIT customers. Persons wishing Milt or Cream, can notify the drivers of oar wagons. REG LI It WALD VOGEL. Eureka. November 19, 1978. n30 Wanted. II’-ASTEP nUfF-PlATELY. TWO GIBL8. II to wait on (Abies. Appl. to A BOSESHEI*. __ _ _ A* £*«*”<***•. *»ln »t««4. EutAa, Drcuobcr 1*. l«7t> 417 PRINTING, THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL NEWSPAPER —AXD— JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, BIEL KTBEET, EIREKA, MET. BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, RECEIPT BOOKS, BILL HEADS. ELECTION TICKETS, LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS, ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK, MINING STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OR THEATRICAL POSTERS! DODGERS, FLYERS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS, WEDDING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, LABELS, TAGS, ET C. Printing, In Colon. Printing, Plain or t'anrj-. Printing In A I SI fir PRINTING DONE TO OF.DER, WITH NEATNESS AND DISPA fCH. — UPON THE— Most Reasonable Terms AND AT THE LOWEST CASH RATE EUREKA SENTINEL FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, And is thoroughly Meet: fled with the beat in terests of the country, and all rlasacs of the people, from the MINER, or the MECHANIC, to the MERCHANT *r HANKER. It give* the LATENT NETYS.both telegraphic and otherwise, from all sec tions of the world. [Everybody Reads It! THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL lit DELIVERED BY CARRIER* Throughout Eureka and Ruby Hill, and is furnished l^y agents in all localities in Eastern Nevada. It is sent by mail to all parts of the country and the world. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL (ESTABLISHED IN 18YI). la published every morning except Monday and its cii'cnlstJon is the most general and extensive among mining snd business people, families, etc., throughout Eastet n Nevada, and also in all the Paeifie Coast States and Territories, which ren |dri v it the beet and MOST |EFK IflEXT MEDIll — rom— MINING. BUSINESS ANOJAll OTHER A D Vi E R T I 8 I N C . No One Is Fully fPosted, or Up to the Times, WHO DOES (NOT READ; THE EUREKA DAILYISENTINEL. BUSINESS MEN. PROFESSIONAL MEN. PRACTICAL (MEN, Are respectfully invited to u cureful Inspection end criticism of our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. A. SKlIXSfAX. GEO.|W. CASSIDY CASSIDY 8 SKILLMIN, Proprietor!, _MISCELLANEOUS., ^ to the mrn^ New Remedies! New Remedi-i . DB- OIBBON'8 DI8PEIISary ' «* KEARNY ST lttr ' -i. t of Commercial u. » . * ®0l G California. Prt,.L «u ‘ i.i ,.r,,i Eaubu.K??S WRHIf,,r •"•tmnit of Boiraj “Ji. Ml Dlwanea, anch aa OoDnrrhrea iliZy.Uk ' ire, Ryphllia in all Ita forma, SamiT, if'* 1 >*"“>. Impolou.y, etc., etc. 8ktn du.."'*4' j-eara atanding. and Ulcerated 1a a. 7,_ •> I aaafully treated. DR. IHHIION haa the pleaanne oi'imiaw. i bat he haa returned from vlaitinit th. pel hoapitala of Europe, and ha* *1*'4 pfacti.e. “ The Doctor haa apared nalther Urn. ineneylu aeeklng ont new ramedlaa “US !* i wtiirned with ini reaeed faclUUea f«, '2. 5* ^ rtmtion of human suffering. Seminal Weakness. Bernina! emission is the consequence of i ifcuee. This solitary vice, or depraved1 i vdulgence, is practiced by the youth afkUr » taxes to an almoat unlimited extent nrddJi •rlth unerring certainty the following iw£*5 ' irorbid symptona, uiiIuhhcombated byaciaUJ medical measures, via.: Sallow cornu 1?°. < lark apota under the eyes, nain in the T2’ 1 inging in the ears, noise like the ruatllm!!; 1 nave** or rattling of chariots, uneasiness ™ • the loins, weakness of the limits, confull ' 'talon, blunt«*d intellect, loss of conflili? 4 Uifidence in approaching strangers.a dialiu!: l orm ntw acquaintances, a disposition to u. » Ociety, loss of memory, pimples and TwfatM 4 miptious alstut the face, hectic flushes longue, foetid br»ath, coughs, ronaumpttsa i light sweats, monomania, and frequently^ • lanity. If relief be not obtained, you ■Wu ipply Immediately, either in person or bykL ier. and have a cure effected by hia nt»m •Cientiflc mode of treating this disease, wkS «ver fails of effecting a quick and radicalc**. Cured at Home. Persons at a distance may he CURED if HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GTBBOX stating case symptons. length of time the die •ase has continued, and hs^<t medicine promt ly forwarded, free from damage and curtesR) to any part of the count*)*, with full and directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollar* coin In i **f1ttirU letter through the Postoffice, or through Weflp Kargo k Co., a package of medicine will ha forwarded to any part of the Union. Persona writing to the Doctor will plea* state the name of tha paper they see this §4. vartlsement in. All communications strictly confidential. I Address DR. J. E. GlBBOjt, ? Box 1957, San Francisco, California DR. SPINNEY &C0-, No. 11 Kearny NCreet, rt'KKAT ALL CHRONIC AND HPECIAL J DiNCIMl. YOUNG MEN Who may be suffering from tlieeffect*of yoatfc ftil folia a or indiscretion* will tin well to avail IheawlvNof tin*, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of Buffering humanity. Dr. flyln* my will guarantee to forfait five hundred dol lar* for every case of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or charm* ter which he under take* and fail* to cure. MIDDLE -A OED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with t<»o frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system in a manner the patient can not account f<>r. On examining the urinary deposit* a ropy sediment will often l>e found, and sometime* email particles of albumen will appear, or the color will he of a thin milkish hue, again * hanging to a dark and torpid ap' pearance. There are many me* who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which ia the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. 1. will guarantee a perfect cure In all such rases, and a healthy restoration of the grniU-urluary organ*. Office Honrs—10 to 4 and 6 to A Sundays from Ui to ll a. m. Consultation free. Thor* ough examination and advice, ?.V Call or addrt** DR. SPINNEY k CO., No. 11 K» arny Ht., ftsn Francisco. CHINESE CURES! DR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IH PREPARED To TREAT PATIENTS IN the most scientific manner. He has mad# medicine his lifetime study, and cures almost every disease. He cures rheumatism in a short time. He ha* new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can cura ihein very quickly. Hi* medicine* are all given hot. Ha uw* m cold remedies. He has made • number' of afctor.istiing cure -. and all person* ailiag should at • nee o ruMilt him. Chr**nle disease* yield readily to his remedies, and cures whew many others have failed. NOTICE—I am a graduate of the medieaf School of Canton. OFFICE—Red building, west aide of Monro# atre« t. >d tf Notice to Creditors. IN THE DISTRICT COCP.T OF THE HtXTtf Judicial District of Nevada, In and for Eu reka county, in the mafU r of the application of J'-siab Hayes, to assign hia property nnd be din barged from hia debts. Nctirs in hereby given to all tbe creditor* c. Josiah Hayes, that in pursuance of an order mad* by the District Court of F.urekn rounty. Nevada, the said creditor* art hereby acillef to l*e and appear before t! e said Court, or to# Judge thereof, at the Court house in Enreka, Nevada, on the third day ef Fet ruary. 1879, to ahow cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said inwivsi t should not be granted. Witness my Hand and Real, thia feta day of Deo club* r. 1878. F. H HARMON. County Clerk and Ex Officio Clerk of the Dis trict Court. liy L. MoLnri.i l, Deputy Clerk. Jojjn T. Baker. Atty of Pl'ff dT Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Maiu Street, F.urekn. rpHK rNDEKRIGNED. HAVING OPENED Ike atx-vr establishment, offer* hia pro fessional service* to ail who desire a llriteW physiognomical haircut, or an ecstatic shave. Hair ruttlug. 50 Onta. kbanpne tog. 50 On in. 0B C«»n®*< ted writb the estab lishtueut are several neat and elegant Hath Ibx.in*. where the ni -st desirable Hot of* Cold bath* can be had at ail times. HATH*. 50 C'EXTK. A share of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M M MOODY. Proprietor. Rocky Mountain ()OAL! j}OAL! Hind mid for Male In 4|annfltlr# to Mult. f • *5 0 PER TON. YITEAKe: IN RECEIPT OP A SrPERIOH m article of Coal, and will receivs •hip' rnenta by the car load, during the fall and winter month*. The attention of Fanillie# and others is called to this DESIRABLE FUEL ! A!1 orders left at the office c* the Eureka * California Lumber Cota pan v. will be promptly filled. W. O. MILLS. Agent. Eareka. Sept. 21.1878. seTi-tf ROBY HILL WATER WORKST Uparily si Tanks, 400,000 ttallrnsc ALL XOW FILI. \\TATER WILL BE FCRNISHEP IN RTBT ft Hill, in any deal red quantitie*. at all season* of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furnished fn*m any othff source. Water delirered twice daily to prir*t* families, miners’ cabin*, saloon*, etc. Tickets, ranging front 6!% to » cento apiece, will be sold at the Office of the Company, on Rub/ Hill. W B RARRTB. Proprietor, jel T. W. PEARSON. Superietendont Dissolution of Copartnership, 'V’OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. TO ALL CON' it CKBJTO*. tbst the copartnership heretofore existing between the nndctoigued. under the firm name of Lockwtvid A Remington, ha* this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Ww. H RemingU n will collect all debt* coming h* said Arm. and pay all indebtedness owing by it J. C. LOCEWOOD. W H. REMINGTON Eureka, January It, MTt. janSJtf t. j. MAUPnr, Notabv riBur-ctnct wi* ■M. an* door to 1. St™.,’ J.wctiT smew.