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(Eureka Bailn Sentinel.
SPECIAL NOTICES._
MIMl
Do you win! to buy your bnabanda » nice
Christmas gift? See the fine stock of hand
some Meerschaum Pipes, elegant Oigar b Id
em, in meerschaum and amher; those Rn.silan
leather Cigar Cases, and many other beantlfnl
things that are offered at the Golden Rule
•tom. ___
Heavy Woolen*.
Underwear in red, white or gray, of the beat
and hearleat California all wool goods. In
which everybody knows 1 X L at the Golden
Rule Store. __
Ven (lenten!
Ladies' Purses, Albums, Opera Glssses
Vases, Csrd Receivers, etc., at the Golden
Rule Store, at San Francisco coat. I X L, eh 1
Tobacco* mid t'lgitrw.
A well-selected slock of flue-cut and plug
chewing snd smoking Tobaccos, and a fresh
Invoice of Cigars, just received at the Golden
Rule Store, where I X L, as the boys all know.
Silk Ilmidkcrcltlclh.
I X L, in a flne assortment for the holidays’
trade, at the Golden Rule Store, cheap for caali.
(Striped blocking*.
Make your brother a present of a nice half
doaen Fancy Half Hoee. I X L iu pricea at the
Oolden Rule Store. __
A Gentle Hint.
In our style of climste, with i\» sudden
changes of temperature—rain, wind and sun
shine often intermingled in a single day—it is
no wonder that our children, friends and rela
tives are so frequently taken from us by neg
lected colds, half the deaths resulting directly
from this cause. A bottle of Boshee’s German
Syrup kept about your home for immediate
use, will prevent serious sickness, a large doc
tor’s bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. Far curing consumption,
hemorrhages, pneumonia, severe coughs, croup
or any disease of the throat or lungs, its suc
cess is simply wonderful, as your druggist
will tell you. German 8yrup is now sold in
every town and village on this continent.
Sample bottles for trial, 10 cents; regular si*.e,
75 cents.d J4-eow
NEW GOODSNEW GOODS!
MACLAREN A MACDONALD
HAVE RECEIVED THEIR
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS !
And are offering them at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
OUR NEW OQOD8 ARE COMPRISED IN
part of Suits and Suitings in Camel’s Hair,
Basket Cloth, Cashmeres, Snow-flake, Bourette
and Tarltans.
ladies’ and Children’s Shawls,
WOOL GOODS
UNDERWEAR I
Fancy and Millinery Goods,
Of every description.
Ladles’ I’loaks and Trimmed Hats
Specialty.
Also, a full line of DOMESTIC GOODS.
Gsatlemen's Fnrulaliliiar Goods.
■7*All gooods marked in plain figures, and
•trictly ONE PRICE.
ST Mew Dry Good** Store, VM
Opposite the Odd Fellow’s Hall.
Eureka, November 2 u3ft
FINE JEWELRY!
Watchmaker
JEWELEEJi
sss
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON
hand a well-selected sun k of
Diamonds. Gold and Silver
Watches and Chains, fine
Jewelry, Solid Sliver and Plated
Ware, and.
O Is O O IK S „
PI am also agent for the new style of INITIAL
SLEEVE BUTTONS, artistically made and of
beautiful designs.
Also a good assortment of Pebble, Concave
and Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES,
all Of which he offers to sell at 25 per cent,
less than any other house in Eastern Nevads.
Please call at the store, one door south of S.
Ashlm k Bro’s, and examine my maguiticeu-t
stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere
No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the
limes.
All of the above are guaranteed to be of tne
Best Quality, and warranted as represented.
N. B.—-Special attention paid to watch-work.
Watches repaired, cleaned and warranted for
one year. New jewelry made to order, and
jewelry neatly repaired.
All orders from the country promptly attenu.
ed to.
DP. BTBLjEFI.
Eureka, January 2, 1879. ja3-tf
Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House,
North Main Street, Eureka.
The undersigned, having opened
the above establishment, offers his pro
fessional services to all who desire a first-class
physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave.
Hair Catting. 50 Ceuts. tlliauipoo
ing* 50 Cents.
Connected with the estab
lishment ace several neat and
^^elegant Bath Rooms, where
NjyHthe most desirable Hot- or
_ i can be had at all times.
BATHfi, 50 CEST8.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
JAMES M. M. MOODY. Propgietor.
Assessment Notice.
PIONEER CONSOLIDATED MINING COM
pant—Location of principal place of busJ.
Bess. San Francisco. California. Location of
works, Eureka District, Eureka county, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the
Directors, held on the sixth day of March, 1879,
an assessment (No. 5) of five cents per share
was levied upon the capital stock of thecorpo
ration, payable immediately in United States
gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the
Company, 809 California street, room 4, second
lie or, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the twelfth day of April,
1879, will be delinquent, and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless payuieut
is made before, will be sold on SATURDAY, the
third day of May, 1879, to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with cost of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
J. M. BUF* INGTON. Secretary.
Office—809 California street. Room 4, seeoud
foor, San Francisco, California. mar4.* td
Norman Horse Association
There will re a meeting of the
stockholders of the Norman Horse Associa
tion on Wednesday, the 98th day of March,
1879, at Fletcher’s City Hay Yard. All mem
bers of the Association are requested to be
present at the meeting, as business of import
ance will be transacted. J. D. DAHMH,
R. SADLER.
T. D. PAIGE,
Trustees.
Eureka, February 24,1879. febftlin*
BILLIARD PARLORS AND SALOONS.
(OF ITAI*»)
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
SMITH A scon, PROPRIETORS.
Refitted and Refurnished.
Making it one or thbmobt attbac
five place* in Eureka.
THE BILLIARD PARLOR
Attached to the 8AZERAC 1. th. Sneet billiard
room In town, containing the Bewe*t and
moat Improved table*.
THE EL DORADO SALOON.
UP stairs.
JAMIES Ml. KELLOGG, Proprietor.
THE FINEST ,
BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS
IN THE STATE.
The whole establishment is en
tirely new, and the Billiard Tables are of
the latest patterns. The Bar will at all times
be furnished with the best of _
Liquors and Cigars.
The comfort and entertainment of patrons
will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches.
BILLIARDS!
rj»HE LARGEST AND FINEST
BILLIARD SALOON
IN THE STATE.
stone BXJii.r)Xisra-.
Corner Mein and Clark Streets, Eureka.
GEO. THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS, PROP'S.
SALOONS.
Jonathan walkers
SALOON,
MAIN STREET,
Two Doors North of C lark Street,
KEEPS THE BEST OF
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
I’HIS SALOON HAS RECENTLY BEEN
opened, aud is new throughout, has con
venient entrances, fine card-room, and all
necessary appurtenances for a first-class estab
lishment are found here. Mr. Walker is assist
ed by a gentlemanly and experienced bar
keeper, and courteous treatment is a feature of
the house. When you want a superior Drink
or Cigar, give him a call.
Eureka, March 3, 1879. m4-tf
NARROW-GAUGE SALOON
Corner of Buel and Clark Streets, Eureka.
MOLATESTA & LIGETT,
PROPRIETORS.
Having purchased the above sa
loon, the proprietors 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 Ac LIGETT.
Eureka, November 30, 1878. dl-tf
oFerT HOUSE SALOON.
Corner of Buel and Bateman streets.
Fine wines, liquors and cigars,—
the best in town.
OLD MAN LEVAN, Proprietor.
I Eureka Oct. 7, 1878. 08-tf
JACK PERM'S SALOON,
-CORNER OF
Main and Bateman Streets
EUREKA, NEV.
-THE CHOICEST
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Obtainable in the San Francisco market con
stantly on hand.
Eureka, August 10, 1878. aulO-tf
THE TIGER SALOON
JOE MENDES, Proprietor.
This saloon has been fitted up
with a view to comfort, uusurpassed by
any similar establishment in the SAte. To a
stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or
down, turn as you wi*1 you find yourself be
fore a
BAR,
Supplied with the choicest brands of
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Experienced and attentive barkeepers sre al
ways in attendance to.serve the patrons of the
house.
San Joae Fredericksburg Beer
Constantly on Draught.
PALACE SALOON.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
-O
LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r.
Has fitted up, in the best style,
the above Saloon, where is kept only the
Choicest brands of
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Call and be convinced.
C ALIFO RNIAHOUSE
Mi l* BRANDT, Propr.
THE SALOON
Attached to the above popdlab
House has beeu opened In first-class alyls.
OOLjD BEER1
Of the Dent Quality, u Specialty.
^PThe public are cordially Invited to drop
In and teat the quality of the Llquore and
Cigars. aepK.tr
ROBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tanka, 400,000 Vallons.
ALL SOW FILL.
WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN RUBY
Hill, in any desired quantities, at all
seasons of the year, at a uniform rate, and
lower than can be furnished from any other
source. Water delivered twice dally to private
families, miner*' cabins, saloon*, etc, Ticket*,
ranging from to 60 cent* apiece, will be
sold at the Ofttce of the Company, on Ruby
Hill. J
W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor.
1 T W, PEARSON. Superintendent
HOTELS.
—THE—
BUREAU HOTEL
SOUTH Bill STREET, EUREKA.
P. McELROY, • Proprietor
This house has just been built and
is newly furnished throughout, and is well
adapted for the convenience of travelers and
boarders.
THE TABLE
Will at all Hines be supplied with the best t>.e
market affords.
BOARD, V PER WEEK--SIRGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS.
THE BA.E
Is well stocked with the choicest brands of
wines, liquors and cigars.
I thank my old friends and customers for past
favors, and solicit from them and the public a
continuance of their patronage.
WCoaches carry passengers to and from the
“ Bureau” to the cars. P. McELROY.
Eureka, February 28, 1879. » marl tf
J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD.
THE PARKER HOUSE.
Hinckley & Lockwood,
PROPRIETORS.
This house will be kept first
clabb. Rooms Mingle or in suit*. At
tached to the House is a first-class
K.E S TAURANT.
THE BAR
Has a fine reputation, and nothing lnit the best
Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept.
•STRallroad coaches will take passengers to
and from the depot.
Eureka, February 6, 1879. feb7 tf
-i
THE JACKSON HOTEL
IS NOW OPEN,
And ia the only Fire-proof Hotel in Eastern
Nevada.
MAIN STREET, EI'REKA.
The rooms are hard finished, el
egautly furnished and spacious.
SINGLE ROOMS OR IN S1ITS.
GAS IN ALL THE ROOMS.
Connected with the Hotel ia the
9 Finest Bar-room in the State !2
A. JACKSON, Proprietor.
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. jeltf
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL!
North MmIu Street,
EUREKA, - - XSTE'V.
D. H. HALL, Propr.
TURNER HOUSE.
South Main Streeet, Eureka.
This old established hotel has
just been newly refitted throughout, and
has a large number of
Elegantly Furnished Rooms;
Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the
RESTAURANT*^ DINING ROOM,
Where, under his personal supervision, all the
delicacies of the season will he served in the
most approved manner.
Bar and Billiard Room
With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars.
The Fostofllee and the office of Weils, Fargo
It Co. are directly opposite, and carriages ran
te and from the Depot to meet all trains.
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor.
Eureka, July 18, 1877. jy 19tf
SILVER IIP l HOTEL.
Month Main Street, Eureka.
This popular eureka hotel has
now changed hands, and is under the niau
agementof the undersigned, who will, in per
son, give her undivided attention to the
patrons of the bouse.
TERMS:
Board, per week.00
Mingle Meal*....10 ft*
Liquor* and C'lgar*.12 1-2 ft*
A fair share of the publie patronage is so
licited.
MRS. ELIZA GERATY, Proprietress.
Eureka, November 8, 1878. u9-tf
PINTO HOUSE.
'■'HE UNDERSIGNED HAS LEASED. RE
J kitted and refurnished this old established
wayside hotel, snd will, st sll times, use his
best endeavor to maintain its previous good
reputation. The
T -A. B Xj E
Is always supplied with the best, snd the BAR
has only the best
LIQUORS and CIGARS
In the Market.
HAY and BARLEY
Furnished to teamsters and traders. Call and
see me.
IV. KSVIT1I, Proprietor.
Pinto, January ‘21,1870. jan23 3m*
Richmond House.
No. II Burl Street,
MBS. DR. SHIPP, • - PROPRIETRESS.
This establishment is entirely
new, having Just been built and newly
furnished throughout. The rooms are large
and airy.
BOOMS, Aroma $1 to §10 per Week.
Every attention will be paid to thoee who
favor us with their patronage.
Eureka, Nov. 11, 1878. nll>tf
DEPOT HOTEL,
Pallaade, Nevada.
MBS. M. BAUM, : : PROPRIETRESS
This hotel is new and eiust-olass.
•nd fill. ■ want lung fell in Palisade. Mn.
M. Baum's well-known reputation an a land
lady will be a nullkieut guarantee that the De
pot Hotel will please and aatlafy. She will
give her eapeeial attention to the comfort of tbe
traveling public. JylO-tf
Abvebtike in the eebeka
Sgtrrinr.L, the beat advertising medium
1. la*««ia Nevada.
RESTAURANTS. _
^unTted states
RESTAURANT.
K. WEBER, Proprietor.
North Main Street, Eureka.
Having just leased this old estab
lished buaine**. I proyoee to uiake aome
improvement*, and will ««*e my beat endeav
om to plewe the public.
THE TABLES will at all times be served with
the best the market affords.
TERMS:
Board, per week. .$8.00 | Single Meals. .50 cent*
Menu nt All Hoar*.
A share of the public patronage is solicited.
Eureka, March 1870. iu4-U
FABBEB 1IOUSK
RESTAURANT.
Main 8treet, Eureka.
NOW CONDUCTED BY MBS. NICK MILLICH
/ . THIS THE OLDEST RE8TAU
I rant in Eureka, ha» been leased by
the undersigned, and will bf c»*n
ducted in flrat-claaa style, and will
set the beat table in town.
Board, per work.$8 00
Mingle MenU..50 Centa
No Chinese employed.
Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian. 1
Mrs. N. MILLICH, Proprietress.
Eureka, December 23, 1878. 9 d'24-tf
MOCH’S
“E-F-I-OTJ-E.-E-.A.-lSr »
RESTAURANT.
Corner of Buel Bateman St’s
EUREKA, NEVADA.
Break fast, from 7 to 12 o’clock A. HI.
Dinner, from 0 to 7 o’clock P. M.
Private Rooms for Families, and
Extra Dinners to Order.
Eureka, November 14, 1878. nl5-tf
RESTAURANT.
Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka
MRS. L. UIGLEY, Proprletresa.
MEALS.-.00 Cents.
THIS IS
oldest estsblislx ‘dyCSkT^Vj
Restaurant in Eureka. The Din
ing Room has been enlarged an1
generally reuovated.
THE TABLE will at all times l>e supplied
with The Beat the Market Afrortla.
The whole business will be under the genera)
supervision of MRS. HIGI.EY, who will be
pleased to see all her old friend*, and all the
new one* who may favor her with their pat
ronage.
ol-tf MRS. LOUISA HIGLEY’.
FISKE’S BAKERY
—AKD—
CONFECTIONERY STORE!
In Flake’s Building, Main St., Eureka.
I HAVE JUST OPENED A BAKERY IN CON
nection with the Confectionery Store lately
occupied by M. Young, and am prepared to
furnish the best of
American Bread,Pies,Cakes,Etc.
WEODING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A
SPECIALTY.
By leaving order* at the Store, goods will be
delivered to any part of the town.
FRESH CANDIES, manufactured on the
8remises, and always on hand in large qualiti
es. CHAS. FISKE, Proprietor.
Base fiaage Bestaaiaal
— AND
SALOON!
South Main Street,
CAPT. J. C. COLOAN, - : Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR BEGS LEAVE TO AN
nounce that he has opened 'the above
establishment. The tables will at all times be
supplied with the best the market affords.
BOARD, $7 PER WEEK. SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS
Meals will be served at all hours. White
cooks and lady waiters.
The bar is well stocked with the choicest
brands of
WINEB, LjIQUOng
—AND—
O I O HR. S.
A share of the public patronage is respect
fully solicited.
Eureka, July 3,1878. jy3-tf
TWO-BIT UfTUftUf!
THE FIRST IH NEVADA.
JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET,
Eureka.
FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor.
Meals Twenty-five dents to $1 00 !
BREAKFAST :
Beefsteak, Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, Pota
toes, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee.
DINNER :
All sorts of Roaat and Boiled Meats, Vegeta*
bleu, Roups, Etc. . Jy9-‘f
NEVADA NURSERY,
No 10 Bael Street.
H. VOWINKLE,
FLORIST AND GARDENER.
Keeps constantly on hand all
kinds of Garden and Parlor Plan tin;
also, all kinds of Vegetable and Flower Heeds,
Gold Fishes and German Carp.
Have on hand a large variety of
TREES AND SHRURRERT.
Eureka, February 32, 1879. feb23-tf
Mining Tax.
Notice is hereby given that the
tax on the proceeds af the mines, for the
quarter ending December 31, 1878, is now due
payable at my offlre tn Eureka, and that the
law with regard to the collection of the same
will be strictly inforced. HANK KNIGHT,
Assessor of Eureka County.
Eureka, February 34,1879, f«b26 tf
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TtJLXXj'HjOAJD
4 '
HEW ARRANGEMENTS I
On and after November 5th, 1977,
.A. FAST TBA IN
WILL RON FOR
PaaMiiiera, Mails, and Express
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eureka daily at.5:90 a. a.
Arrive at Paliaade at.10.00 A. a.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
RETURNING :
Leave Palisade daily at..4:00 r. n.
Arrive at Eureka at.....H30 r. M.
Freight and Accommodation Train:
Leaves Eureka daily at.. .6i)0 k. m.
Arrives at Palisade at.3:15 v. M.
Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. m.
Arrives at Kur. ka at.5.HO r. u.
THE COMPANY
WILL DKLIVCB Fit Fit* IIT AT
UAMILION,
WARD,
PIOCHE,
TYRO,
BELMONT,
And all points sonth, by its teams, with care
and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
P. KV FItTW, General Nup't.
EUREKA, IIAMIETOM AMD
PIOCHE
STAG ESSSJ LINE!
GILMER A KALLSRUIKY, Prop***.
CCONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA AND
J Palisade Railroad.
Leaves Eureka for
HAMILTON, WARD and PIOCHE,
Every morning, at 7 o’clock.
Leaves Piochefor Ward, Hamilton and Eureka
every day, at 7 o’clock a. m.
Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s
Express.
Fine American horaes and new Concord
coaches.
Office at Wells, Fargo k Co’s. jy9
FOR KALE OR TO RENT.
FOR SALE.
FOURTEEN
QUARTZ WAGONS,
(Axles ranging from 3 to 4 inches,)
Complete and lu Good Running
Order.
— INCLUDING —
ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON,
l (Nearly New—Original Cost, $1,090.)
4 NY OR ALL OF THESE WAGONS WILL
J\, he sold at less than one-fourth of their
riginal coat. For particulars apply to
M. RICH or DR. J. B. KEEN,
Eureka, Nevada.
Or to W. B. HARBI'B.
East Oakland, California. ns'itf
EUREKA OPERA HOUSE
FOR _S ALE.
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 or $115 m Month,
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 la made, the property
will be sold at a bargain.
The undersigned also baa some
Very Valuable Real Estate
On Main Street, which he would like to diapose
of before he leaves Eureka.
Persons wishing to invest in good property,
can do so on very liberal terms, by making ap
plication to
M. B. BARTLETT.
Eureka, November 2ft, 1878. n26-tf
THREE BILLIARD TABLES
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
11HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR RALE
three good Hilliard Tables. One ia a alx
pocket table and the other two are carroui
table*. The table* are lu good condition and
will be sold *ingly or together. For particu
1 i '» apply to
D. W. LEVAN.
At the t>pera Honae.
Eureka, November 25 1878. n2t>-tf
A RARE CHANCE!
-o-—
gp -
Do You Want to Secure
BARGAINS ?
If to, call at the new
PEED & CO.,
North Main afreet, opposite Ed. Dean's Saloou
and next to Chicago Brewery.
Having opened a full line of mir
cellankoch merchandise, and being in
dally receipt of new goods, we are prepared to
OFFER RARE BARGAINS,
Both at auction and private sale. Goods
bought an I sold on commission. Auction Bales '
nightly.
PEED k COMPANY, Proprietors.
Jas. C. Dean, Auctioneer.
Eureka. February 11, 1879. febl2tf
Legal bi.ankk, or all v>ie
acriptiona, printed to ordez at the SEN
TINEL OFFICE.
LUMBER AND SHINGLES.
EUREKA AMD CALIFORNIA
LUMBER COMPANY.
South Main Street, Nevada.
NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA
LUMBER,
Of all kind*.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
MININO TIRBERN !
BU1LDINO LUMBER!
A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed
Lumber, Flooring, Hiding, Rustic, and
other styles of Hiding. Moulding, Laths,
Shingles, Doors, Sash and BHuds,
etc., always on hand.
•7" Everything at the Louest ('ash
Rates.
jel E A C. L. CO.
E. B. Dk La Matyr. C. R. De La Matyr
LUMBER.
Paul St., head of Clark.
TITE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
f V ail kinds of Lumber, dressed and Un
dressed.
Flooring, Mouldings,
Ceiling, Windows,
Pickets, Doors,
Shingles, Blinds,
ETC., ETC.
C.R.DeLa Rfiatyr & Co
Enreka, January .‘Mi, lf*79. jan3I tf
inn, fiyi & Company,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Largest Music House on the Coast.
Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated
"W" E B E R PIANOS
—AND—
Estev Organs.
Manufacturers of the
SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO!
For Brass Instruments,
SHEET IvITJ&5IO,
And crerything In the Music Line, address
SHERMAN, HYDE & CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Pianos and Organs Sold on Easy
Terns.
Sheet Munir Depot at
UlorrlM II. Joneph'n tsohleu Itulc
.TVC-ly Mor«*. Enrekn.
District Court Summons.
JN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District, in and f«>r Eureka county,
State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends
greeting to CHRIS NOLL.
You are hereby required to appear in an nr.
tion commenced against you aa defendant. by
Mary Noll, an plaintiff. In the District
Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for
the county of Furekn. Slate of Nevada, at the
town o* Eureka, and answer the com plaint
therein, which la on tile with the clerk of said
court, within ten days after the service on you
of thia summons (exclusive of the day of ser
vice), if served in said county, or twenty days
if served out of aaid county, but within this
District, and in all other cases forty days, or
judgment by defsult will t»e taken against yon.
according to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover Judg
ment for a decree of divorce from the bonds
of matrimony now existing between you and
the plaintiff, on the ground alleged of extreme
cruelty.
And you are hereby notified, that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintifi will ask the
Court for the relief demanded iu the com
plaint.
In Testimony Wiimkok. I, F. H.
(m-wr i*A Harmon, have hereunto set my
i ^ . hand ami affixed the seal of said
'O 's—'' Court this 7tli day of December,
A. D. 1878.
F. H. HARMON.
Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District,
Eureka county, Nevada.
f4 Bw John T. lUstm Plaintiff's Attorney.
ARTESIAN WELL
B O MN G .
The undersigned have just re
reived all the necessary machinery for
sinking Artesian Wells, and are now prepared
to receive contracts for 1 string. Fur informa
tion in regard to tenua, etc., apply to
«eltf R. H. PARKER ft CO.
MOREJ.ICHT!
Until further notice we will
sell 150 deg. fire teat, Water White Oil, in
lots of five cases and upwards at 16.25 ; single
cases at $6.50, UunIi. It. SADLER A CO.,
H. JOHNSON.
Eureka, January 8. 1879. jau9tf
NOTICE.
The public are hereby cautioned
against using or re-marking the following
branded coal sacks : “T," "J V,” “ R," •• B
H,” "J D,M *‘M," " CO," without first obtaining
permission, or having bought either of the
brands from the undersigned. If any persona
are found to be re-marking any of these brands,
they will be prosecuted. J. TOGNIN1 k CO.,
J. VANINA,
R. SADLER.
Eureka, February 19, 1879. feb20 2in
DISSOLUTION.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex
isting between Fulton At Cushman, in
the grocery slid produce busim-ss, was dis
solved l»y mutual consent of the parties on the
10th instant. J. E. Fulton will collect all bills
due the old Arm, and pay all bills against them.
JA9. E. FULTON,
LEVI CUSHMAN.
The business will hereafter be conducted
under the Arm name of DAVIDS & Cl'HHMAN.
Eureka Feb. 18, 1879. fel9-:tw
Notice of Dissolution.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
isting between George Franetti and Gio
vanni Couiaite is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, George Franetti retiring. Giovauni
Comalte will collect all ruoueya due to, and pay
all debta of the late Arm.
GEO. FRANETTI,
G. COMA1TF.
Eureka. February 27, 1879. feh281tn*
T° the Public.
From and after this date, the
Arm of Goldstone At Scott have no author
ity to collect bills for we. Hereafter 1 will
make my own collections.
JOHN HUEBNER.
Eureka, February 10, 1879. febll lm
JOB PHI NT I N «. OF ALL DE
scvlptlfma, executed with neatness and
despatch tb Scktinel Office
P0CIETXE8.
El KEKA
held In Maanutc Hall, even-wll> >•
»"J„thn or "T"tMuH lhe -oSfta'SS
«« communication. every Saturday ^
Members ef alater lodges, and
brethren in good standing, are *ordlt?fc*fI,,H
e.l to attend. H* jShkwSh ‘{f *5*
P. Hteichelma*. Secretary. ’ W* *•
RED HEN.
WINNKMUCCA TKI1IE, No ft Iklpnno—
Order of lied Men, bold 'reini VB>
*• Maaoulc Hall on the third aX tU"0'
aeven anna, at the seventh mu thirtmfk1*'v*,rT
Sojourning l.ravea, »»nm ,“.?>»•
cordially invited to meet in council!^ * ' *•*
Max Jacob., elite? of*ite,*',?d.TV’
BI LLION ENCAMPMENT NO M
HOLDS F.EOULAR SESSIONS i,»
Firat and Third MONDAYS £ !?*
month, at " H o'rlork, p. m., at odd Si„***'k
Bull,ling Sojourning ratriawha .VSSffi
to attend. BEN C T fvv n’l"*
8. D. Hesht, Scribe. L LEV *• ££
_____ Jntf
BEATIFIC I.ODUE. NO. 7, K.Ol p
MEETS EACH FRIDAY OF FVPpv
.tb, at 7dtO o’clock p. K., at It. o.^T
Hall, in Odd Fellow.’ building U,u*
All Brotler Knlghta, In good atandm.
fraternally invited toattend inch meeting?' "*
H. B. NcKie, K. of B. and 8? BB01r’0
KT. join’s CHAPTER, No S
rpilK STATED CONVOCATIONS or flf,
I John’. Chapter, No. IS, R. a. If .m il'
held at Maaoulc llall on thrae. oud WednJ!l.J
evening of each imaith. Called conminTl.Z
tiona on all other Weilueaday evcnlnga. tUJl
All Royal Arch Maaona. in good .tamilne
cordially invited to attend.
, JOHN OILLE8PH, A. ,
W. A. DrnLEV, Secretary.
MOI’NTAIN 1.0 DUE NO.*7.1.0.0 F
EET EVERY HATI’IUMY EVENING* AT
iM Odd Fellow*’ Hall, at 7 o’clock m
im mbfn of the order, in good Mtandina arm,,
vited to attend. CIIA8. FERRARIS?’ N G
II. It. MoKef., Secretary. '
HlltlltMAX*.
rpiIF. A. />. H. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND
i i third Saturday evening of each month at
j the corner of (’lark and Monroe afreet* until
I further notice. JOHN FI.YNN, Prcaideut
Tho*. MrnrHY, Secretary.
-- -jm
_ MISCELLANEOUS.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
New Remedies! New Remedies!
Dll. (iHIJSO.VH DISl'ENSAIiY,
/■—\ ^0.603 KEARNY 8TBEET, COR.
\ r't Commercial, Kan Franci.ru,
jK,‘'V; California. Private cntrancf on Cum
f ' ' »“* rcinl street. Established in 1864,
VOV' " f°r the treatment of Sexual and Hemi.
n«l Diseases, such as Gonorrliu-a. Gleet, Strict
me, Syphilis in all it* forma, Beminal Weak’
i:«ks. Impotemy, etc., etc. Kkin diseases of
years' standing, and t’lerrated Legs, etc., sue
cessfully tr« a ted.
Dll. OIldlON has the pleasure of announcing
that lie bus returned from visiting tbs priori,
pal hospitals of Europe, and ban renamed
practice.
The Doctor baa spared neither time nor
money in seeking out new r#medics, and ha*
returned with increased facilities for the all*
viutionof human suffering.
Seminal Weakness.
Beminal emission is the consequence of self
abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved xeiua)
indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both
sexes to nil almost unlimited extent, producing
with uuerring certainty the following train of
morbid symptom, unless combated by scientific
medical measures, via.: Sallow countenance,
dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head,
ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of
It aves or rattling of chariots, mieasinrs# about
the loins, wt akness of the limbs, confused
vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence,
diffidence in approaching strangers.* dislike t*
form ii« w acquaintance*, a disposition to shun
society, loss <>f memory, pimples ami various
eruptions about the face, net tic tlm-hca, fumd
tongue, ft*did br.ath, coughs, consumption,
night sweats, monomania, and frequently In
sanity. If rt lief be not obtained, you should
apply immediately, either in person or by let
ter, and have a cure effected by his new and
scientific nu de of tresiing this disease, which
never fails of effecting u quick and radicalrur*.
Cured at Home.
Persons at a distance may be CERFI) AT
HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON,
staling case symptom, 1. ngth of time ike dis
ease lias continued, and have medicine prompt
ly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity,
to any part of the country, with full and plain
directions for use.
Ry inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a registetnl
letter through the P« steffirw, or IhmttpiVdh,
Fargo K Co., a package of medicine wltt W
forwarded to any part of the I'nlon.
Persona writing to the Doctor will pleM*
state the name of th* paper tli*y se# this
verfisemen! in.
All communication* strb tly confidential-.
Address DR. i. V. GIBBON,
Box 1957. Han Fram iaco, California.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
No. II Kf.ru, Klrrtl,
ri’RF.AT ATX CHRONIC AND SPECIAL
J DiuMm.
TOTTNG MEN
Who may be suffi ring from llu-effect*of youth
ful follies or indiscretion* will do well to avail
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid
»t the feet of suffering humanity. Dr. Spin
ney will guarantee to iorfeit five hundred dol
lars for every case of weakness or private dis
ease of any kind or character which he under
takes and falls to cure.
M I D D I, K - A 0 E D MEN.
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too fr«qurnt evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
smarting or burning senantvwu, and a weaken
ing of the system in a manner the patient can
not account for. On examining the urinary
deposits a ropy sediment will often be found,
ami sometimes small particles of albumen will
appear, or the color will he of a thin mllkiah
hue. again changing to a dark and torpid ap
pearance. There are many men w ho die of
this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which I*
the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. 8.
will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases,
and a healthy restoration of the genitourinary
organs.
Office Hours—1ft to 4 and ft to fi. Sunday*
from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor
ough examination and advice, ffi.
Call or address DR. 81*1 NNEY k CO.,
No. 11 Kearny 8t., San Francisco
CHINESE CURES!
DR. MEN LEE,
The Celebrated Chinese Physician,
IS PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS IN
tke most scientific manner. He has mad*
medicine his lifetime study, and cures alineat
every disease. He cures rheumatism in a
short time. He has new remedies for *«
SPECIAL DI8FAKF.B. and can curs them very
quickly. His medicines arc all given hot. He
uses no cold remedies. He has made a number
of astonishing cures, and all persons ailing
should at once comsult him. Chronic disease*
yield readily to his remedies, and cure* wher#
many others have failed.
NOTICE—I »m . Kr.du.te of the
School of Canton.
OFFICE—Rod llulltll ng, wont side of Monro*
Mreot. _i*l «
NOTICE!
To the Public:
MIt. CHABLER B. MACK IR NO LOWER
connected with the undersigned in toe
butcher shop on Kilby Hill, and hereafter *
will conduct the business in person. No on*
is authorised to contract debts or collect bill®
for me after this date.
THE BEST
-or-—
ALL KINDS OF MF.AT8
Will be kept constantly on hand, aud a share of
public patronage is respectfully solicited.
THOMAR J.JENKIN.
Eureka. February 13, 1879. febl3 In)
Dissolution.
\TOTIOK 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
j[ll copartnership heretofore existing between
Mann k Co., in the restaurant business in *ne
Palace Saloon building, is dissolved by mntua
consent of the parties. All debts due by
old linn will be Paid by G. Gtoomalla, and a i
debts due to the firm must be paid to hini.
OEOHGE MAkN,
G. G ICOM A LEA.
Eureka, February 12,1 i79. febl31®

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