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SPECIAL NOTICES. __ iMlIea! 1H> you want to buy your husband* a nice Christmas gift ? See the fine stock of hand some Meerschanm Pipes, elegant Cigar-hold era, in meerschaum and amber; those Russian leather Cigar Cases, and many other beautiful things that are offered at the Golden Rule Wore. _ _ Heavy Rosleua. TTnderwear in red, white or grey, of the best and heavleat California all wool goods, in which everybody knows I X L at ths Golden Rule Store. _ Gentlemen! Ladies' Purses, Albums, Opera Glasses Vases, Card Receivers, etc., at the Golden Rule Store, at San Francisco cost. I X L, eh I Tobacco* and t’lirnr*. A well-selected stock of flue-cut and plug chewing and smoking Tobaccos, and a invoice of Cigars, just received at the Golden Role Store, where I X L, as the boys all know. Alik Hamlkerchlelb. I X L, In a fine assortment for the holidays' trade, at the Golden Rule Store, cheap for cash. Atrlpeil Stock I nr*. Make your brother a present of a nice half doaen Fancy Half Hose. I X L in prices at the Golden Rule Store. A Ventle Hint. In our style of climate, with i\s 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 Bushev's German Syrup kept aliout 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 yon. German Syrup Is uow sold in every town and village on this continent. Sample bottles for trial. 10 cents- regular site, 75 cents. NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS! MACLAREN A MACDONALD HAVE RECEIVED THEIR FALL AND WINTER And are offering them at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OUR NEW GOODS ARE COMPRISED IN part of Suits and Suitings in Camel’s Hair, Basket Cloth, Cashmeres, 8now-flake, Bourette and Tarltans. Ladies’ and Children’s Shawls, WOOL GOODS, -AND— XJISriDEJFl'W’E-A.Pl 1 Fancy asd Millinery Goods, Of every description. LadlM' Cloak! and Trimmed Mata Specialty. Aleo, a fall line of DOMESTIC GOODS. Uentlcmea'a Farnlnhlnp «ooh». All gooods marked In plain figures, and etrlctly ONE PRICE. nr Jfew »ry tloofla" store. Opposite the Odd Fellow’* Hall. Eureka. Novembers n3ft FINE JEWELRY! P. STELBR., Watchmaker —AND— JEWELERI CREEPS CONSTANTLY ON hand a well-selected Block of Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches and Chalua, flue -y, Solid Silver and Plated Ware, and. C X O C IC s , IPX 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-GLAS8E8, all of which he offers to sell at 25 per cent, less than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Please call at the atore, one door south of S. Ashirn It Bro's, and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show goods. Pricea to suit the times. All of the above are guaranteed to he 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 atteuu. edto. IP. STEIjER. Eureka. January 2, 1879. JaS-tf Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING OPENED the above establishment, offers hi* pro fessional services to ail who desire a first-class physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave. Hair Cutting;- 30 Ceuta, ftliauipoo in*, 30 Outs. Connected with the estab ishment are several neat and legant Bath Rooms, where he most desirable Hot or <_ had at all times. BATHS* 30 t’ENTH. A share of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Proprietor. Assessment Notioe. PIONEER CONSOLIDATED MINING COM PANY—Location of principal place of busi ness, 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 (Ne. 5) of five cents per share waa levied upon the capital stock of therorpo ration, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, 909 California street, room 4, second lie or, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon w'hich this assessment shall remain unpaid on the twelfth day of April, 1879, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be acid on SATURDAY, the third day of May, 1879, to pay the delta auent assessment, together with cost of adver ting and expenses of sale. J. M. BUF. INOTON, Secretary. Office—309 California street. Room 4, second floor, San Francisco, California. mart td Norman Horae Association There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Norman Horse Associa tion on Wednesday, the 9f»th 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 epee will be transacted. J. D. DAHM8, R. SADLER, T. D. PAIGE, Trustees. Eureka. February 24,1879. ft b25 lm* BILLIARD PAULO US AND SALOONS. THE SlIEUt SiLOOV, (CP ITAIH.I MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMITH ft scon, PROPRIETORS. Refitted and Refurnished. Making it one or the most attrac five places iu Eureka. THE BILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the SAZERAC i« the Inest billiard room iu town, coutainiug the newest ami moot improved tables. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOCC, Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IS THE STATE. The whole establishment is en tirely new. and the Billiard Table* are of the latest pattern*. The Bar will at all time* be furnished with the best of Liquors and Cigars. The comfort and entertainment of patron* will be fltudied by the Proprietor and attache*. BILLIARDS! rjiHE LARGEST AND FINEST BILLIARD SALOON IN THE STATE. STONE BTTILZDIlsra Oorner Main and Clark Streets, Eureka. GEO. THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS, PROP'S. SALOONS. JONATHANWALKER’S SALOON, MAIN STREET, Two Doors North or C'litrk Street. KEEPS THE BEST OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars This saloon has recently been opened, and i* new throughout, ha* con venient entrance*, fine card-room, and all necessary appurtenance* for a first-clas* e*tab liHbmeni are found here. Mr. Walker i* assist ed by a gentlemanly and experienced bar keeper, and courteous treatment i» a feature of the house. W'hen you want a superior Drink or Cigar, give him a call. Eureka. March 3, 1879. m4-tf yiHIOT-l, II t.i; SALOON Corner of Buel and Clark 8treeta, Eureka. IAOLATESTA & LIGETT, PROPRIETORS. I Having purchased the above ba loon, the proprietors will keep constant ly on hand tba choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be had in the San Franciaco market. Give na a call. MOLATE8TA k LIGETT. Eureka, November 30, 1878. dl-tf OPERA HOUSE SALOON. Corner of Buel and Sateman streets. Fine wines, liquors and cigars,— the best in town. OLD MAN LEVAN, Proprietor. lEnreka Oct. 7, 1878. o8-tf JAPE PERRV HALOID -CORNER Or Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, ISTE'V. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10, 1878. sulO-tf THE TIGER SALOON JOE MENDES, Proprietor. FTtHIS SALOON HAS BEEN FITTED UP JL with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn as yon wi*’ you find yourself be fore a ZB A. ZR , Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al ways in attendance to serve the patrona of the house. 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 la kept only the Choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. BP Call and be convinced. CALIFORNIA HOUSE LOl'IS I1RAXDT, Propr. T XtC E S A LOON Attached to the above popular House has been opened in first-class style. COLD BEER! Of Ihe Bent tiunlily, a Specialty. BF“The public are cordially invited to drop in and test the quality of the Liquors and Cigars. aep5-tf ROBY HILL WATlCR WORKS. Capacity of Tanks, 400,000 Gatllonw. ALL MOW 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 daily toprivate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets, ranging from 6!* to 90 cents apiece, will be sold at the Office of the Company, on Ruby Hill. W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor. 1 T W. PEARSON, Buperieteodent HOTELS. —THE— BUREAU HOTEL SMITH MAIN STREET. EUREKA. P. McELROY, - Proprietor This house has just been built and is newly furnished throughout, and is well adapted for the convenience of traveler* and boarder*. THE TABLE Will at all time* be supplied with the best the market afford*. I0ARD, $7 PER WEEK--SIH6LE REALS, 50 CERTS. THE BAR la well stocked with the choicest brand* of wines, liquor* and cigars. I thank my old friends and customers for past favora, and solicit from them and the public a continuance of their patronage. *7*Coaches carry passengers to and from the " Bureau" to the cars. P. McELROY. Eureka, February 28, 1870. marl tf J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD. ] PARKER ROUSE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept first clash. Rooms single or In suits. At tached to the House is a first-class RESTAURANT. THE BAR Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars will l»e kept. BT’Rail road coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka. February 6, 1879. feb7 tf THE JACKSON HOTEL IS ISTO^W" OPEN, And ia the only Fire-proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada. MAIN STKEIX El'REKA. The rooms are harp finished, el egantly furnished and spacious. SINGLE ROOMS OR IN SI IT*. HAS IN AM, THE ROOMS. Connected with the Hotel is the 3 Finest Bar-room in the State !i A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. jeltf INTERNATIONAL HOTEL! North Mnlia Street, EUREKA, - - 3STE-V. D. H. HALL, Propr. TURNER HOUSE. South Main Streeet, Eureka. This old established hotel has just been newly refitted throughout, and haa a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms, Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the RESTAURANT^ DINING ROOM, Where, uuder his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars. The Poetofflce and the office of Weils, Fargo Ac 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 19tf SILVER” BRICK HOTEL Month Main 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.87 OO Mlnffle Meal*.JO 4't* IJquora mud Cigar*.12 1-2 Ct* A fair share of the publie patronage is so licited. MRS. ELIZA OERATY, Proprietress. Eureka, November 8, 1878. u9-tf PINTO HOUSE. ! rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS LEASED. ItE I fitted and refurnished this old established wayside hotel, and will, at all times, use his best endeavor to maintain its previous good reputation. The T A. IB I_j E Is always supplied with the best, and the BAR has only the best LIQUORS and CIGARS In the Market. HAY and BARLEY Furnished to teamsters and traders. Call and see me. V. SMITH, Proprietor. Pinto, January 21,187'J. jan22 3m* Richmond House. Vo. 31 Burl Ntreet, MRS. DB. SHIPP, - - PROPRIETRESS. This establishment is entirely new, having just been built and newly furnished throughout. The rooms are large and airy. ROOM!, from to $10 per Week. Every attention will be paid to those who favor us with their patronage. Eureka, Nov. II, 1878. nl2-tf DEPOT HOTEL, P«ll»«€le, Nevada. MRS. M. BAUM, : : PR0PRIETBES8 This hotfx is new and first-class. and tills a want long felt in Palisade. Mrs. 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. jylO-tf ABVEKTIftE IV THE KCHEKA Sentinel, the bet: advertising medium in Kutna Nevada. RESTAURANTS._ UNITED STATES RESTAURANT. K. WEBER. Proprietor. North Main Street, Eureka. Having just leased this old estab lish ed business. I propose to make some improvements, and will use my best endeav ors to please the public. THE TABLES will at all time* be served with the best the market affords. TERMS: Board, per week. .$8.00 j Single Meals. .50 cents Meah nt All IlourM. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Eureka, March a. 187'J. iu4-tf PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. Main Street. Eureka. NOW CONDUCTED BY MBS. NICK MILLICH. (Z5$\ / - THIS THE OLDEST RE8TAU \\ I # Jrnnt in Eureka, lias been leaned by •Jr the undersigned, and will 1* r*n ducted in first-class style, and will set the best table in town. Board, perueek.00 Mingle Meals.50 fonts No Chinese employed. Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian. Mrs. N. MILLICH, Proprietress. Eureka, December 23, 1878. d24-tf MOCH’S “ E - F -1 - G - XT - H - E - .A. - 2NT ’ RESTAURANT. Corner of Buel ■«<! Bateman St’s EUREKA, NEVADA. BrcnkfhNt. from 7 fo 12 o'clock A. N. Dinner, from 3 to 7 o'eloek P. 9f. Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. Eureka. November 14. 1H78. nl&-tf EXCHANOB RESTAURANT. Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka MK». I.. IIM-LEY, Propriefr «*»**. MEALS - 50 Cents. THIS IS TIIE^I^. oldest established Restaurant in Eureka. The IMn ing Room has been enlarged an1 generally renovated. THE TABLE will at all times be aunplled with The ttvst the market Afford**. The whole buainena will l>e under the general supervision of MRS. HIGI.EY, who will be pleased to aee all her old friends, and nil the new ones who may favor her with their pat ronage. ol-tf MRS. LOUISA HIGLEY. FISKE’S BAKERY —AND— CONFECTIONERY STORE! In Fiske’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. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orders at the Store, goods will be delivered to any part of the town. FliKSH CANDIES, manufactured on the premises, and always on hand in large quantl* ties. CHA8. FI8KK, Proprietor. Base Range Restanranl — AND SALOOIT! South Main Street, CAPT. J. C. COLGAX, - : Proprietor. THE PROPRIETOR BEGS LEAVE TO AN* nonnee that he lias opened the above establishment. The tables will at ull 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 WINES, LjIQUOFL£ —AND— O I o ^ n. s. A share of the public patrouage is respect fully solicited. Eureka, July 2,1878. jy3-tf TWO-BIT BESTURIVT! THE FIRST IN NEVIDt. JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five dents to $1 00 ! BREAKFAST : Beefsteak. Mutton Chop. Veal Cutlet, Pott toes, Bread tad Butter, Tea and Coffee. rjiisrisrEi*: All sorts of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegeta* bles, Soup*, Etc. jy9-‘f NEVADA NURSERY, No lO ft lie I fttreet. H. VOWINKLE, FLORIST ANO GARDENER. Kf.eph constantly on hand all kinds of Garden mid Parlor I'IiiiiIn: also, all kinds of Vegetable and Flowei Seeds, Gold Fishes and German Carp. Have on hand a large variety of TREES AND SHRUBBERY. Eureka, February 22, 1879. feb23-tf Mining Tax. Notice is hereby given that the tax on tbe proceed* ef the uilnea, for the quarter ending December 81, 1878. it* now due payable at my office in Eureka, and that the law with regard to tbe collection of the same will beatrictly lnforced. HANK KNIGHT, Assewaor of Eureka County. Eureka, February 24,1879. f«b25 tf TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAILROAD NEW ARRANGEMENTS ! On and after November 5th, 1877, A. FAST TFlAXISr WILL RUN FOIt I'mweugen, Mallw, and Exprexa ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.5:30 A. u. Arrive at Palisade at.10:00 a. u. Making connection with East aud Went Round Train* of the Central Pacific Railroad. RETURNING : Leave Palisade daily at.4:00 p. m. Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 r. m. Freight and Accommodation Train: Leaves Eureka daily at.6:00 a. M. Arrives at Palisade at.3:15 p. M. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. m. Arrives at Kur.ka at.5:20 r. m. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON. WARD, PIOCHE, TYRO, BELMONT, And all points south, bv its teams, with care and dispatch, and at tlia lowest rates. P. EVERTS. General Niip't. EIKKKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAG EisSnU LINE! GILMER A SALLSRI RY, Propr's. C‘10NNECTING WITH THE EUREKA AND J Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for HAMILTON, WARD and PIOCHE, Every morning, at 7 o’clock. Leaves Pioche for 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 horses and new Concord coaches. Office at Wells. Fargo k Co’s. jyt> fob Sale or to iiknt. FOR SJLLE. FOURTEEN QUARTZ WAGONS, (Axles ranging from 3 to 4 inches,) Complete anil In Good Running; Order. — iKCLrniNo — ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON, l (Nearly New—Original Cost, $1,630.) A NY OR ALL OF THESE WAGONS WILL i\. be sold at less than one-fourth of their riginal coat. For particulars apply to M. RICH or DR. 3. II. KEEN, Eureka, Nevada. Or to W. B. HAKRITB. East Oakland, California. ns2tf EUREKA OPERA IK) FOR_SALE. A Good Investment for Small Capital. nnHE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO 1 engage in business in California, offer* the above very desirable real estate at a bargain. The property has A Hctfiilnr Income of 9113 a Mouth, Outside of the Theater proper, and haa theatrical engagements ahead Hmnunting to $1,200 or $1,300. The Theater has capacity for Seating One Thousand People, And If early application U made, the property will be Hold at a bargain. The underHigned also has some Very Valuable Real Estate On Main Street, which he would like to dispose of before he leaves Eureka. Persons wishing to invest in good property, can do so on very liberal teruiH, by making ap plication to M. B. BARTLETT. Eureka, November 25.1878. n2t'»-tf THREE BILLIARD TABLES FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE A three good Billiard Table*. One 1* a aix pocket table and the other two are carroni table*. The table* are fix good condition and will be sold wingly or together. For partlcu 1 * , apply tc D. W. LEVAN. At the Opera Houae. Eureka, November 25 1878. n2<»-tf A RARE CHANCE! o-. Do You Want to Secure BARGAINS ? If so, call at the new PEED & CO., North Main afreet, opposite Ed. Dean’s Saloon and next to Chicago Brewery. Having opened a full line of mih ckli.ameovs merchandise, and being in daily receipt of new goods, we are prepared to OFFER RARE BARGAINS, Both at auction and private sale. Goods bought ani sold on comniiHBion. Auction sales ' nightly. PEED k COMPANY, Proprietor*. Jab. C. Dkan, Auctioneer. Eureka. February 11.1870. febMtf IEtaAL BLANK*. OF ALL Hi: J scrip lions, printed to order at the HEN TINEL OFFICJL LUMBER AND SHINGLES. EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Strc >t, Xsvada. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LIJMBB IR,, Of all kiuda. Redwood. Oregon and Sugar Flue 1HI.MNU Tl91 HERN ! Bl'ILDIXV Ll'XBKR! A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Siding. Moulding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, SmsIi and D^nd*, etc., always on hand. Everything at the Lowest CmmIi Rm tew. jel K A C. L. CO. E. B. Pk La Matyb. C. R. De La Matyr LUMBER. Paul St., head of Clark. WE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND all kind* of I.umber, dressed and un dressed. Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Pickets, Doors, Shingles, Blinds, ETC., ETC. C.R.DeLa Rffatyr & Co Eureka, January 30, 1871. janftl tf SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pac ific Coast Agents fur the Celebrated “W" EBE H PIANOS —AND— Estey Ore arts. Manufacturer*of the SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO! For Brass Instruments, SHEET MUSIC, And everything in the Music Line, address SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. Pianos and Organ* Sold on Easy Terms. Sheet Munir Depot at Morrill II. Joaeph'i (■elilen IKnl** Ntare. Eureka. District Court Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH 1. Judicial District, in and for Eureka enmity. State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to CHRIS NULL. You i»r« hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against y«»u as defendant, by Mary Noll, as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka, state of Nevada, at the town o* Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on file with the clerk of said court, within ten daya after the service tin yon j of this summon* (exclusive of the day of ser vice), if aerved in said county, or twenty days j if served ont of said county, but within thi* District, and in all other cases forty daya, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The aaid action is brought to recover Judg ment for a decree of divorce from the bonds of matrimony now existing between yen 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 plaintiff will ask the Court for the relief demand* l in the com plaint. ye—v. In Testimony Whereof. I, F. H. Harmon, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court this 7th day of December, A. D. 1878. F. H. HARMON, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial Diatrict, Eureka county, Nevada. f4 ilw John T. Baker, Plaintiff’s Attorney. ARTESIAN WELL B O ItJ_ N G . Thf. undersigned have just re ceived all the necessary machinery for sinking Artesian Wells, and are now prepared t<> receive contracts for boring. For informa tion in regard to terms, etc., apply to ieltf R H. PARKER A CO. MOREJLICHT! ITNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE WILL J sell ISO deg. fire test, Water White Oil, In lots of live eases and upwards at 111.‘2ft ; single cases at Id.50, < nsli. R SADLER k CO., H. JOHNSON. Eureka, January 8, 1879. janOtf NOTICE. The public are hereby cautioned against using or re-marking the following branded coal sacks : “T.” “J V,” “It,” “ It S,” “J D,” “M." •• CC.” without first obtaining permission, or having bought either of the brands from the undersigned. If any persons are found to l>«* re-marking any of these brands, they will be prosecuted. J. TOGNIN1 k CO., J. VANINA, It. SADLER. Eureka, February 19. 1879. feb20 2m DISSOLUTION. rriHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE KX 1. isting between Fulton k Cushman. in the grocery ami produce business, was dis solved by mutual consent of the parties on the Kith Instant. J. K. Fulton will collect all bills due the old firm, and pay all bills agsinst them. JAM. E. FULTON, LEVI CUSHMAN. The business will hereafter be conducted under the hrm name of DAVIDS A CUSHMAN. Eureka Feb. 18. 1879. felU-Uw Notice of Dissolution. rpBE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX X isting between George Franetti and Gio vanni Coinalte is tills day dissolved by mutual consent. George Franetti retiring. Giovanni Coinalte will collect all moneys due to, and pay all debts of the late firm. GEO. FRANETTI, G. COMA1TF. Eureka. February 27, 1K79. febJHliu* To the Public. From and after this date, the firm of Goldstone A Scott have no author ity to collect bill* for ms. Hereafter I will make my own collections. JOHN HUEBNEIt. Eureka, February 10, 1879. febll lm on 1* RIKTINU, OF ALL BE acriptions, executed with nattoasa And despatch d to Skminkl Office _SOCIETIES. El REKA I.OIMIE. MO. I«, |r. 4 ^ ^ THf. r.TA.T5I) commun,cations Ot'tc M. reka Lodge, No. jr., F. A A If ZtiTT’ held lu Muonic Hall, every * ,turd, 1,:nr i,rect,iiu'‘ ,l“ tu“ ii CkHeJ communlcatlona every Saturday „„. Member* cf alater lodgea, and brethren in good ataudiug, are cord i'll vmi?.* ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W H n. P. Stkic HKI.MAS, Secretary. ’ *• ' RED HEM. AITINNEMUCCA TRIBE, NO. 8. IMMli.vvr. VV Order of lied Men. hold regular. **> ella at Maaonic Hall on the third ale™ " .even ininn, at tlie aeventl. run. thirtieth IZJZ7 Sojourning liravea, warrior, and .hief. cordially inrlted to meet In eonn. il ‘’’ *** R. M. BEATTY ' Mai Jacob,. Chief of Record. RI I.EIOM EMCAHPHEMTMO la Holds regular sessions on tu .. Flr8io‘t".' , T!'lrd MONDAYS of month, at 7H o’clock, p. u„ at odd Fellnu Building. Sojourning Patriarch, are inrtnl to attend. BEN. C. LEVY CT S. D. 1IBKBT, Berthe, BEATIFIC I.OIMIE. MO. 7, li.OFE Meets each Friday of Kvnw month, at 7J» o’clock r. at iu JSI Ilall, In Odd Fellow,' building. U, All Broil tr Knight,, in good atandlnc Ir. fruternally Inrlted to attend auch meeting!’ H. B. McKjr. K. of n. and s'.' "II0V L - ’•* NT. JOHNS III AFTER. MO. 5 1MIF. STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST John’, Cnapter. No. 5, H. A. JI will held at Mae.,tile Hall on theae.oiid WedneidaT evening of each mouth. Called eommunlei tifn* on nil other Wellhead ay evening*. All Iloyal Arch Maaona. in good standi,,* cordiallv invited to *ttend. JUHaN GILLESPIE, A. p W. A. Dituuey, Secretary. HI orXT AIM LOIHIK MO. 27.I.O. O.P Meet every ratirday evening at Odd Fellow*’ Hull, nt 7 o'clock. All member* of tlie order, in good standing are in vited to attend. CHAN. FERRARIS, N O H. B. McKkk, Secretary. 111 BEK Ml A MM. rrifK A. />. H. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND 1 third Saturday evening of each mouth, at the comer of Clark and Monroe streets until further notice. JOHN FLYNN, President. Tboh. Mi'Kfhy, Secretary. ■ • - - - - J5 MISCELLANEOUS. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedies! DU. (illil'.OVK DISI’F.NHAItY, / \ VO.« KF.A11NY STl.FKT, COB. / ' A Y ♦ t Commercial, San Kranciaru, I,' * California. Private entrance on <’om I men ial street. Established in IBM, ‘ t for the treatment of Sexual and Se»U nuf Diseases, *uch hh (iom-rrho a. Gleet, Strict tire, Syi hitis in all its forms. Seminal Weak ness. Impotency. etc., etc. SI in discaac* »»f years'stiini'ing. and l It erated Leg*, etc., sue cesafully treated. DR. GIBBON has the pleasure of announcing that h« has returned from visiting the princi pal hospitals of Europe, and has resumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time nor money tu st eking out new remedies, and baa returned with increased facilities for the alle viation of human suffering. Seminal Weakness. H« inidm2 emission is the consequence of salf abuse. This solitaiy vice, or depraved »evnal indulgence, is practiced l»y the youth of ls-th sexes to an alim st unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of ; morbid s\ mptona, unit ss combat* d by scientlfta medical measures, viz,: Hallow countenance, dark spots under the eves, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of | leave* or rnttling of chariots, uneasiness alsvat ' the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunt'd intellect, loss of cnnfldeiica, diflblem e in approachintf atrangrra.a dislike •• form n« w acquaintnuc* *. a disposition to show society, loss of memory, pimpti a and variow# eruption* about the face, beetle flushes, furred tongue, fu-tid bnatli, coughs. «ou*iijmtiwnr night sweat*. monomania, and frequently in* sanity. If rt lie f be* not obtained, yon should apply immediately, either tn person or by let ter, and have a cure 'fleeted by his new and scientific mode of mating this disease, which* never fails of * fleeting a quick auo radical car*. Cured at Home. Persona at a distance may be CTREP AT HOME, by addressing a letter to DK GIBBOJI, atuting ease s> mptoiis. h ngth of time Ike dis ease haa contiiitied, and have medicine prompt ly forwarded, tree from damage and cariosltr, to any part of the country, with full and plain direction* l"r ii“»* By inclosing d i n Dollar* coin in a registered l'-lter through the Iv.-tofUc*. or through W'tUa, Fargo K t o . a package of medicine vrttl bn forward* d to nuy part of the I*nion. Perron* writing to the Doctor will pleaan state the name of the paper they are tbi* vertiaemsnt in. All communication* strictly eonfld' ntlal. Addr.s* DR. J. ¥. GIBBON. Box 1957, Ran Eranciaeo, California DR. SPINNEY & CO., Mo. II K««ruy Hlreel, ri'RFAT ALL cnilONIC AND SPECIAL YOUNG MEN Who may be euffcring from the effect* of youth . fill foliiea or inritat retioua will do well to avail tlicinaelvea of thin, the greater! boon ever laid at the feet of aiifteriug humanity. Dr. Spin, ney will guarantee t** forfeit five hundred dob Jar* for every caae of wen knee* or prhate dia* • h« of any kind or character which he under taken nml fail* to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to aixtf who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or t urning miration, and a weaken ing of the ayetem lu a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary dejMialia a ropy aedimeut will often he found, and HOinethne* email particle* of nlhuuitu will appear, or the color will be of a thin ndlki*h hue. again changing to a dark and iorpld ap pearance. Tin re are many men who die of thia difficulty, ignorant of the cau*e. which la the aecotid atage of *eininal wenkm**. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all *ueb cane*, and a liealthy reatoration of the geuito-urfhary organa. office Hour*—in to 4 ami fl to H. Sunday* from into 11 a. m. Conauitation free. Thor ough examination and advice, f.V Call or addre** Dll SPINNEY k CO.. No. 11 Kearny St., Sun Eiamim-o, CHINESE CURES! DR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IH PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENT* IN the moat acientlftc manner. He haa made medicine Ida lifetime utudy, and cure* almoat every diacaae. H** cure* rhemnaiiani in • *liort time. He Iihh new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can cure them very quickly. HI* medicine* nre nil given hot. He ukch no cold remedies. He ha* made a nuniher of a*toni*hing cun*, and ail j»er*ou* ailing *hould at once comauit him. Chronic diaeaae* yield readily to hi* remediea, and cure* where many other* have failed. NOTICE—I am » graduate i.f the medical School of Canton. OFFICE—Red Outldlug, weal aide of Mourn, afreet. _Jel >■ NOTICE! To the Public: Mil. CHARLES II MACK IS NO LONGER connected with the undersigned «n butcher shop on Iluhy Hill, and hereafter i will conduct the business in person. is authorized to contract debts or colled 1>"»» for me after tills date. TI-I3E BEST ALL KINDS OF MEATS Will hr krpt rniiHlantly nn bind, and *"t.re oi public patronage in respectfully soUelted. THOMA8 J. JENK1N. Eureka. February 13. 1N79. ,n* Dissolution. -\TOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TH'TJR® In riip.rtn.inlilp hrrrloforr.xl.tlnK Mann k Co., in the restaurant business in in Palace Saloon building, is dissolved by nimus rou.cut of lit. p.rtlr.. All drbU dor by lb. old Arm will I* P.ld by (t. Olcom.lU. •»“ •" debts due to the firm must be paid to tuna GEOHOE MAh*. G. GICOMAlXA Eureka, February 13,1 TO. *cb13 lm