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Eureka JDailg Sentinel.
THE PUBLIC PILSE. CHUHih ®f the Press on Live Snfcieet®. TWO HUMBUGS. From the Carson Appeal. In no place in Scripture do we read of the apoetlea getting rich off thetr preach ing, yet, no doubt, some of them were equally as good at the business as either Moody or Sankey. These two hnmbugs have worked the revival field for the filthy lucre to be found therein, and it has pan ned out even beyond their expectations. They claim to be all for the Lord, yet the Lord gets no share of the receipts. A JUST LAW. From the Oakland Times. It has been the law of this State, that a man’s right to vote should not be ques tioned, if he has exercised the rights of citizenship for fifteen years, aDd the policy of the law is just. NO FURTHER USE. From the Chicago Tlruee. Having spent by actual computation more than seven hundred and fifty millions Of dollars, and emptied aevou hundred and fifty bar’ls, each having a million, Uncle Samuel will now go to the political poor house. The eouutry lias uo further need of him. THE MAN WANTED. From the Washington Gazette. General Wintii Id Scott Hancock can carry the States of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and ehe South, if nominated by the Democracy in 1880. PMISfGEO INTO THE RIVER. The Story of One or the Nurvlvorw of the HI. Charles Wreck. The telegraph last w<ck brought news of a terrible accident on the North Missouri Bailroad at St. Charles. By the giving way of the bridge a tram load of live slock was plunged into the Missouri liiver a hun dred ieet below. The Mexico (Mo.) Herald gives the story related by one of the sur vivors. That Journal says: Some of the incidents connected with the breaking of the St. Charles bridge, are of interest. Fred Davis, one of the stock men from Mai rent neighborhood, is a young fellow 18 years old, who hail come down with two car-loads of hogs for his father. At the time of the crash he was in the caboose a little forward of the center. As he beard the crash of the break and the falling of the car in front lie said he invol uutarily started to his fret, but was imme diately almost thrown down by a violent succession of jerks and jolts following each other quickly. Then he felt the trout end of the car tilt down as if it leaped out in the gulf and cleft its swift flight through the air. He felt that the CAB WAS FALLING, But the sensation was by uo means such as it would have been to a man who took the leap in the air and in the light of day. It was like a night-trip in a balloon, when the darkness was sufficient to prevent all sight of surrounding objects. There w’as no contact with anything to arrest the fall until the final jolt at the bottom. It was a short trip, but it seemed rather long nevertheless. As the car plunged into the wreck, and its fall was so suddenly arrested, Davis was pitched violently into one cor ner of the front end along with John Somner, who had been near him in the caboose. Davis was at first stunned by the conouaeion, but on being extricated was found to be BUT VIST SLIGHTLY INJL'BED. He had several bruises about the body and hips, and all his wits pretty well knocked out of him for the time being. The oool night sir played in through the shattered rents in the side of the car and the rush of the eurrent through the wreck could be heard mingling with the strange sounds that Immediately followed the acoident. Davis, in bis bewilderment, could hardly oomprehend what had happened, though he thinks that he did not entirely loose oon soiousness. He bad been half asleep when the crash began and was not thoroughly awake when it ended. It SEEMED A LONG TIME That he lay there waitiug for help to come, and amid the squealiug of hogs and the swash of the watur be had time to think of a good many things outside the stook busi ness. At length, however, the voioes of the rescue party could be heard on the bank. Gradually they came nearer, and when they reached the oar and foroed their wey in, he never really compreheuded what an experi ence he had had until the thing was ex plained to him afterwards. SPECIAL NOTICES. Biccm AT JLAST I EIREKA ! I PhoUfraphs ! Photograplii! I Owing to the recent improvement! on my •kylight, I beg leave to cell public attention to the fact that I hava at last attained tbe ideal of my dreams, via : The truthfulness, the round and solid boldueaa of relief, eo much admired in a good photograph of the Rembrandt style. To any oue skeptical on this statement, I will cheerfully convince them by offering a com parison of photos of recent taking with those of funner days, thereby substantiating the above announcement. Also, note this, and remember if ! Through the couviolent management of my present 1/ght, pictures of superior quality can be taken la any weather, anowy especially, as my sky light ia so constructed as to shade off the snow as it fails. Children and groups are recom mvU'led for such days. Copying Improved on the orginal, either pisin or worked up in crayon or color. LOUI8 MONACO, Artist How It Ia Dose. The first object in life with the American people ia to “ get rich;" the second how to re gain good health. The first cau he obtained by energy, honesty and saving ; the secoud (good health) by using Oakum's august Flowkk. Should you be a deapoudeut sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, In digestion. etc., such as Sick Headache, Palpita tion of the Heart, Sour Stomach, Habitual Cos Uvea eas, Dissluass of tha Head. Nervous Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not suffer auotber day. Two doses of August Flow am' will relieve you at once. Sample Bottles 10 cants. Rtgular alas 75 cants. Positively aold by all first-class druggists in the United States. ■br Aitlty Cooper1! Vital Rettora* live. The great English remedy has made more cures of Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhood, nocturnal emissions, lassitude. Inability for mental labor, dsapondanoy and •uch dlteaass aa are Induced by youthful follies and asoaaeae, than all other medicines com bined. Why will yen suffer ? Send to A. X. MlnUe, M. D., No. 11 Kearny street, Ban Fran cisco, for the Restorative, and be cured. Price, 13 per bottle. Four timee the quanUty. *10. Try a bottle. Dr. Mintie treats all private dle eaeee successfully without mercury. novM-lydfcw ItbM. If jam km a Asa a* eompUoatad watc- or •look, o mule box, an aatomatoa Binging bird, or nap otbor delloate and Intricate piece of moohanlam needing repalre, go to EDW. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clockmaker, oao doer north of Mepere k Franklin, Main etreet. All wort warranted to giro perfect Benefac tion or poelttrelp no charge. 09 Watekea, Jewelry and lloeka la> Hatred. If pan want to hare pear watohoa and Jew airy repaired in a workmaaUke moaner, fa to P. ateler'a Jawelrp etere, Iwe deere abero the Wart* warranted^ **"*' M*‘“ •tract, All A Bead Opportunity, The heel ohaneo to bap Dry Oooda at the praaeat time la now offered bp ELIAS A BRO., next door to the White Pino Bank, A greet re. doe Ilea waa made peetardap on apery ertlel* la thahanaa. _ a nit Watehea nod Jewelry. If pan want poor Ana watehea repaired In the beat manner and guaranteed for one pear to keep eorreot time, go to Atraua* Jewelry Store below the Parker Home. jef Am impel Lana pa! 1 The bast oaaartueat ttn brought to Eureka At IttlMMIlMt Frank Doutrick & Co.’s Column. BEFORE BUYINC YOUR FALL SUPPLY -OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, ' BOOTS AND SHOES, JUST TAKE A LOOK AT THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF CLOTHING ZX^r EXTBEKA, And at prices ftir below any House that MARK OUT GOODS FOR BAITS. We sell Just what we represent, and at lower prices than any other house In Eureka. JUST TIKE A LOOK, AND GET OUR TRICES. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID LINE OF FUR BEAVER ULSTERS, -AND STYLI8H CHEVIOT SUITS. OUR STOCK OF Boys’ and Children’s Clothing Cannot ba exoallad In any bouaa In Enraka. —fOft— GENERAL MERCHANDISE. FRANK DOUTRICK & CO. ■■(«* XbtmbM I. MTI. B.Tt-M TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. _ EUREKA AND PALISADE RAI Xj ROAD NEW ARRANGEMENTS ! On and after November 6th, 1877, A FA ST TRAIN WILL RUN FOR Passengers, Mails, and Express ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.5:30 A. u. Arrive at Palisade at.10.00 a. m. Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. RETURNING: Leave Palisade daily at.4.00 p. M. Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 P. M Freight and Accommodation Train: Leaves Eureka daily at.6.00 a. m. Arrives at Palisade at.3:15 p. u. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. m. Arrives at Euroka at.5:20 p. m. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON, WARD, PIOCHE, TYRO. BELMONT, And all points south, by its teams, with care and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. EVERTS. General Kup't. EUREKA, HAMM AND PIOCHE STiGEa&sa LINE! GILMER * SALISR1RT, Propr i. Connecting with the eureka and 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. 8. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. Fare to Hamilton and return, round trip, TWELVE DOLLARS. Office at Wells, Fargo A Go’s. my2? STATE UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, ELKO, NEVAUA. The fibst term of the sixth year of the University will coivrivriniKroE ON MONDAY, SEPT. 1, 1879. THE COURSE OF STUDIES Is such as will prepare a pupil for a First-Grade Teacher’s Certificate, Together with Bookkeeping, Latin and Uutio. The Schoolroom* are supplied with Map*. Chart*, Globes, and Instruments for demon strating the principle* of Philosophy and Chemistry. NO CHARGETor TUITION I luatrurtluu on tbe Plans forte, Extra. BOARD AXD ROOM IS THE DORMITORY, $30 PER MONTH, Payable Positively in Advanoa. Of For further particulars, address auM.3m W. C. DUVEY, Principal. CALISHER BROS. NKW8 ACENT8 And Dealers In FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS, BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS. NOTE AND LETTER PAPER, FANCY PAPETRIE8, STATIONERY, TOYS, CUTLERY, SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. —Also— Novels. Eastern Pictorials and Magazines al ways on hand. Subscription* received for any of tha San Francisco Dailies or Weeklies Agent* for the Virginia “ Enterprise" and “Chronicle." ■^Remember the place— CALISHER BROS. 10 Main street. Eureka. January 7,1870. JauHtf D. DeBERNARDI & CO., 310 K at, b.lWMu Third mill fourth, SACRAMENTO, CAL., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Came, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Fish and Ceneral Produce. WE CARRY AT ALL TIMES A LARGE and full aupply of the beat kind* of fruit, green and dry, and all kind* of Vegetables in season, and iresh River and Sea Fl*h, Oyster*. Clains, Mussels, Shrimps, Crabs and Craw i ish with Canned Ooods, in endless variety. A long experience Ums enabled ua to take all advantages of the market, and we can and do buy the best at the lowest rates, thereby giving our customers the beueflt of our experience. We buy and sell on commission all kinds of Gardeu and Orchard Produce and Poultry, to gether with Wild Game in season, and can buy and aril at rates that give us, at least, the abil ity to sell all goods at prices that enable us to live and let live. ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED. oc7-3m* R E MOVA L. CHAS. LOVICH Will, After November I at, Occupy the room on Mein street, Between Louie Brandt's eoruer and Bishop’s Drugstore, Where he will be pleeeed to welcome hie old cuetomers, la hie new end fine quarter* CHAS. LOVICH. Eureka, October 30,1879. oc30-lm TO THE LADIES OF EUREKA. MRS. C. CRAVEN, Fashionable dress maker, fob. marly from San Fraaelaoo, has resumed buainese Bn Enel street, eppenita the Leader afllaa# Wh*M .fa* «nl4 MipMtfullr ull.lt tfa.it p.trefatf*, A KHjrecT TIT AND BUFEBIOB WOBX WABUANTKD. link), B.pt. 80, 1879. oel-tf VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC? 'TUUOHT »*N THE PIANO AND ORGAN i Alat», Pajutu.g, W ax-work. Stem plug. Eui> •roldery, etc., at u-aeouable prices, by MRS. COTTLE. Nub Hill, In rear of the Hospital. Eureka, June 34, ISTS. JeSS-tf AGENCIES. Fiitii m_mm\ SAM’L COOPER, FIRE RRD ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENT. SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL, OF GLASGOW, o CONTINENTAL AND NIAGARA, OF New York, and COMMONWEALTH, of Boston, four sterling Insurance Companies. Also, Agent for the Travelers’ Accident Insurance Co., Of Hartford, Conn. Insurance against accidents of all kinds, arising from outward causes. If you are not insured against accidents, call at once ami INSURE YOURSELF. TRAVELERS’ TICKETS can be purchased for from one to thirty days, at 25 cents per day, MINING STOCKS Relight a ml Sold on ('oiuiiiImmIoii Only. San Francisco Correspondents : Latham & King. Also AGENT for tho celebrated Me A onto A Urban fire anil IliirKlnr-iiruot Hare*. Office at Well., farigo A to *. Eureka. April 3,1879. apt-tf | LAMBKBT MOLIN'KLLI. JAS. W. SMITH. LAMBERT MOLINELLI & CO., Office in Court-house Block, Eureka, Nevada. Conveyancers and Real Estate Agents. Mercantile transactions, of all descriptions, promptly attended to. COLLECTIONS MADE with promptness and die •atch. MINES SOLD and Bonded, Leans Negotiated, and Houses and Real Estate Bought and sold. LIFE AND FIRE Insurance Agencies. Notary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis trator, and Mining Recorder in this office. Agents for HalTa Safe A Lock fo. REFERENCES: Paxton k Co.. Bankers, Eureka, Nev.; R. Rick ard, Sup't Richmond Con. M.Co., Eureka, Nev.; Wm. Pardy, Cashier Whit# Pm* County Bank, Eureka, Nev.; A. M. Hillhouse, Attorney at Law, Eureka. Nev.; Bishop k Sabin, Attorneys at Law. Eureka. Nev.; H. Donnelly, Sup't Eu reka Csn. M.Co., Eureka. Nev. Eureka, December 23, 1878. d24-tf TRANK B. ALDERSON, Real estate agent, searcher of Records, Abstractor and Conveyancer. AGENT FOR FOLLOWING FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES: Hartford 111*11 ranee Company. Established In 1810. Paid in losses over $21,000,000. Cash assets, $3,300,000. Altna Insurance Company. Established in 1812. Paid In loasea nearly $.’50,000,000. Paid In the Chicago Are, $3,800,000; paid In Boston fire, $1,600,030. Cash assets, $8,783,867 10. AGENT FOR Mutual Korn-lit l.lfe Insurance Co., Newark, 5. J. Houses rented, collections made, etc. OFFICE— Sentinel Building, Eureka, Nev. Eureka, September 22, 1H72. *23 tf eureka FOUNDRY. This establishment ib prepared to ! famish mills and furnaces with O A8TING8 Of every description 1 Alee MACHINE WORK. We have running, in connection with the above, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions of Boiler Work and Forging will be under taken. A11 work leavlug the Foundry U annul toed and Executed on tls« Moat Reasonable Term*. tST Orders solid ted from outlying districts and tiled with dispatch. H. H. CONKLIN k CO., Eureka Foundry, Eureka. Nev. O. L. SCOTT. L. MOLINkLLI. J. W. SMITH. EUREKA HALL, Buel afreet. Eureka, Nevada. 0. L. Scott & Co., • Lesser* and Managers. The Finest Hall in Eastern Nevada. 70O-Seatlng Capacity—700 'I'HE HALL IS COMPLETE IN SCENERY 1 and Stage Appointment*, suitable ft r THEATRICALS. BALLS AND PARTIES, Dates now open. Terms reasonable. Address O. L. SCOTT k CO., P. O. Box .152, Eureka. Nevada. Eureka, October 20, 1870. oc21-tf A RARE CHANCE7 ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH, MR8. M. A. A8 HIM OFFERS THE EPICUREAN RESTAURANT (Corner of Bateman and Buel streets.) FOR_RENT. The House Is well furnished and doing a good business, and can be rented with or without the furniture. For particulars, apply on the premises. Eureks, October 18, 1872. oclO-tf RUB! HILL JATErWORKsT Capacity of Tanka. 400.000 Ualloua. ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN RUBY Hill, In any desired quantities, at all aeaaona of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than ran be furnished from any other aourre. Water dellved twlre dally to private families, miner.’rablua, laloona, etc. Tickets ranging from (I* to 60 rent, apiece, will be *olu et the Office of the Oompany, on Ruby Hill. W. B. HARKUB, Proprietor. T. W- PEAI1HON, Superintendent. FOR ULURU CHEAP, 100 Freight Warani] MOO Net* Teem Harness | 78 Mead Wsrh Mules sud Hurses. Apply to K k V. B. Bunks. Eureka, October 11, U7U. ocU-:ud Sealed Propcmala for Bide T° * *M« r. 4 feet a inches by a Feel S Inches, One Hundred Feet, outrectora to furulab ail toola, powder, fuae, to., neieaaary fur linking tald abaft. Tba oiupiuy reaerve the right to reject tuy and all blda. Apply at Parker Houae, to _ A. W. AT0HIN3OK, Superintendent Idaho O. k 8 M Co. Eureka, November 1, lM7t. uovl-tf 3sr otio£ \LL PARTIKB HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST M . H. CLAHK. and all partlea Indebted to hlui, are requeaied to cell Iluiueilletfly end settle with J. H. ML'NOY, et the store, corner of Main end Clerk streets. Bunks, September I, IS7». M-tf BANKERS. PAXTON & CO.y BANKERS, EVBEXA, NEVADA. J~JRAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Californian Bank.Han Francipeo Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. k W. Seligmau k Co.New York D. O. Mills k Co.Sacramento Decker k Jewett.Marysville White k McCornlck.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial Paper, Moke Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A UENEKAL BAN BIN© IUMNKSS. •^Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. VUb Pi Comity Bank, (In Woodruff k Elinor's Building) E IT It E K A , NEVADA. President.E. Woodruff funkier.W’m. Purdy Diuki tors : F. W. Flute.E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo A Co., Ban Francises, New York and London. Also. Local Agency of the following Fire Insurance Companies: fieri in ( ologne, of Berlin; Lit < oiiliance, of Paris; l.a CnlMNO fJenerule, of Paris; Eondwu Pro* Yineiul. of London; fllrnrd. of Philadel phia; Kevere, of Boston; I*oo|»Io*m. of New Jersey; and other sterling Companies. Mining Blocks Bought and Bold on Commis si on. Eureka, May 15, 1879. myl6-tf FOR SALE! THE LARGE BRICK HOUSE -ON North Main Street. fllHE LOT IB IOU FEET SQUARE, AND I the bouse 1h :tH X loo and contains FIF TEEN LARGE AND A IKY KOOMH. some of which are in suits. The house is well fur nished. There is a well of good water on the premises. The property is well adapted for a hoarding or lodging-house, and if early appli cation is made, Will Be Sold Cheap for Cash. The property will be sold with or without the furniture. For information, Inquire of J. B. KEEN, Auctioneer. Eureka, October 17,1879. oc!8-lm DANCING SCHOOL. PROP. ANTOINE DUVAL -AT THE EUREKA OPERA HOUSE THE CHARGE FOR A TERM OF TWELVE LEBBONB WILL BE : For oii« Unit lemon .$10 For one I.aUj-. li For oue I'talld. 6 The regular days for tuition will b# Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, Ladr visitors art cordially invited to vlalt this class. Ths Gentlemen's class will bs on the same svenlng at half-past If o'clock. No visitors will bs allowed to this claaa. Eureka, November 1, 1879. nl-tf justreceived7 A NEW INVOICE or Gold and -Silver Watohes, Rings, etc., At the lowest prices to bs had lu Eureka. CALL AND BEE LIXIEOUI DIAL WATCHKN, Bold for $19, at NTRAIB', Below ths Parker House. Eureka. Bopt. 22. 1879. s23-tf ■HHL"".'".".1 ■JLJWJFJ...L -JHgHBHHBBBWEBft Delinquent Sa'e Notice. KX CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPA ny. Location of principal place of buai ness, Hau Francisco, California. Location of work., Eureka Miuiug District, Eureka County, Nevada. Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 9) levied on the third (3d) day of Oc tober, 1879, the several amounts set opposite the names of ths respat live shareholders, as fol lows : No. No. Names. Csrte. Shares. Am t. Atkiusou. Lyons k Co, true. 4 4 10 9JO Barlow HIM.1279 200 400 Baker H, trustee.1022 100 200 Brewer J tl, trustee.1491 2$ 50 Breckinridge k Yoat, true. .1499 200 400 Breckinridge A Yost, true. .1500 100 20<> Bnrstuw Allred, trustee_1498 HO 150 Crandall W G, trustee.1407 25 40 Crandnll W G, trustee.1408 20 40 Crandall W G. trustee.1470 20 40 (Judin Jan, trust*e.1850 50 100 DeCreayer H. trustee.1530 50 100 Foster A W, trustee,....... 1357 50 100 F-.ster A W. truster.199« *0 100 Fisher E, trustee. 024 300 OoO Fisher K. trustee. 89) 25 50 Fisher E. trustee. Ml 50 100 Fisher E, trustee. 925 50 KX) Fisher E. trustee.1070 50 100 Fisher E, trustee.10*8 20 40 Fisher E, trustee.1115 50 100 Fisher E. trustee.1130 20 40 Fisher E, trustee.1150 8 10 Fisher E. trustee.1213 5 10 Fisher E, trustee.1222 20 40 Fisher E, trustee. .1321 80 B0 Goddard Geo H. trustee.... 1328 50 100 llosiuer k Bourne, trustees *86 50 100 Keyes w H, trustee. 2:w 20 4«) King k Co Homer 8, trusts. 1534 2 4 King k Co Horner 8, trusts. 1635 95 190 King k «'o Homer 8, trusts 1635 500 1000 Minor B B, trustee.1408 50 100 Minor B B, trustee.1514 50 100 Minor B B, trustee, balauce of certificate No 1518.1542 5 K> Noble ft Co H H, trustee... 770 10 20 Phelan P, trustee ...1513 50 100 Pheiau P, trustee. 1540 100 200 lilchardson E A, trustee, bsl of certificate No (J18.1641 8 > Wilson ft Hutchinson, true.1319 60 100 Wilson ft Hutchinson, trua.lA32 60 Wilson ft Hutchinson, true 1533 A0 Wilson ft Hutchinson, trus.1537 60 100 Wakefield ft Co 8 B, trusts. 1A21 60 100 Woods ft Freeborn, trus.,. .1418 100 200 And in accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the third (3d) day of October, 1879, ao many shares of each parcel of such stork aa may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the office of the Compauy. Room 44, Nevada Block, 309 Mont gomery street, Ban Francisco, California, on Wsdnssday, the Third (Bd) day or Dteemhr, 1979, At the hour of 12 o'clock if. of said day. to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, toqstner with ooata of advertising and expenses of sale. B B. MINOR. Secretary. Office—Room 44, Nevada Block, No, 809 Mont gomery street, 8ao Francisco, Cell funds, novll-td EMPIRE SALOON. THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO IN. FORM the public, ami ritlK.na or Eureka, and the whole Stale of Nevada, that they will be found at homa, at all hour,, when nothing but First-class Goods will be disposed of. CUAB OBAUAM, A. HINTZK, KI>. McBOULEY. Eureka, November T, lift. nevMf Mat aunnn. WHOLESALE A\B RETAIL butchering. IAaSVflRf* T0 "«»H TH, TV HOLESALE AND DETAIL !SBI Beef, Veal and Mutton. Keep constantly on hand the beat of A ahare of the public patronage l» eollctted CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Welle, Fargo k Co’a lxpw Main Street, Eureka. ’ GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors. The Fluent (limit lie, or BEEF, '^gUimroii, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on Land. FrcMli, Fiat an<1 Juicy M«>ata Of all descrip Uona, the Inst lu the land’ and cheaper than the cheapest, At Wliolcwtalo Mini ltetnll. *7" Give us a call. ,„y27 C1T¥ MAHK£T. TWO GOODS NORTH OF THE ATLAS OFFICE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nev. UKOUUE BAILEY, Prop,. THE CHOICEST BEEF, RiUTTON, PORK, H SAUSAGE, <5cC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE J City yinrkrl. 1 A aliarc of the patronage of old friends and the public generally, is solicited. sepi tf H'iUiEIt AND Hll INGI.K8. El BEHA ASI) I'ALIYOIIMA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Strict, Nevada. NEVADA AND t'AMIOKNI.t LTTIMI B B B, Of all kinds. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Tlus MIN1NU TIMBEKN ! BOILDINU LCHBCRI A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Siding, Moulding. Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash and D»«uds, etc., always on band S7* Everything at the Lon t at ( aula Rates, J«1 K A C. L. «O. K. B. I>s La Matyb. C. R. Dk La Matyb LUMBER, Paul St., head of Clark. T E B UH 0 ASH. WE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND all kinds ol l.iiuii#«*r, drseacd and uu. Irtucd, Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Pickets, Doors, Shingles, Blinds, 33 TO., 3STO. C.R.De La Matyr & Co Eureka, January 3d, 1879. JanSl tf Hauth Halu klreef. I HAVE ON HAND A CAREFULLY 8ELECT jci> •!«*«■k of well-aeasuxted, second.growth Eastern timber, and can make to order any de sired style of buggy or wagon, finished in a substantial and tasty tnaunrr dive xne a oall and I will give you honestly mads work and good stock, at prices that cannot fail te ault. BLACKSMITHING, PAINTING -A MI> REPAIRING, Xn all Its branches, done promptly and with great cere GEORGE L. OTT, Eureka, March 14. 1879. marlfttf^ B T XjA«y7 L. 0 Pawn. PARKE A LACY, Bolt Ag-uU (or BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS -Avr> Rock Diilllp*? Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machlniata* Tools and Bteaiu Englnea, H*** kin * Engines and Boiler*, Holatirig and Yacht Eiiglti*'*. Strain Pumps and Centrifugal Xrri» gating Pumpa, AMVAYft OX IIAXD. 417 Market Street, Ban Francisco California. BUSY HILL 0 U HOUSE. 'I'niB PROPERTY HAS BEEN MAD* TH* COZIEST OPERA HOUSE In the Btftte, at a large expense, and parties de« airoua of «-ugsging it for Theatrical or othsf Kntartnloment*. can do ao by applying at wy attire at Hub) UiU. *0tf J. W LAMBERT. Notice to Creditors. rno WHOM IT MAY CONOF.nN ■ NOTICE JL la hereby given that 1 have been appointed Administrator over the eatate of Carlo ( eusa, deceased, anti ail creditors of said estate era hereby mdUWd and required to present tueir aaltl claims to me, with necessary vouchers, a* the law office of O W. Baker. Eaq., In Euraia. Nevada, within ten months from the date or the ttrat publication of this notice, or the sauie will be barred, and not entitled to distribution out of the assets of said estate. NATALB BA8CAC010, Administrator. Eureka, October *2H, 1*79. oc29.iawa»n Notice to Creditors. TV TllR MATTER uT THE *bTA*l 0£ •. 1, h Holllli.tlu, d*C*...d.—Noth’. t* tl*** Y ytv.ii by th. uud.r.lyn.d, .diulul.tr.toir “■ r.Ut* of » *. Robin-on dycMMd. to <»•«"“! it or. of. tud .11 P»»»s. h.viny ol.iui, .*»in*t th. ..I.t. of ..id dwtMMd. to with tb. MMH«y vouch.,*, wltb‘“ * i.iontb. »ft*r tb. Br.t jtuWi*»ttcro #f tlil.no tlc«, to th* old .diutni.trator. «t bl,'[« • *t tb* towu >ud county of £■>,**..'**»'•0,1 James tv. t'Miri'. AdtulUli.tr.tor Cf t|l*f«t.t*of H ». Robln*o , deceased. Eureka, Nev., November 4.1R79. _p0 Notice to Miners. a ass; ^-siy/Sf^Ssrs cheap for cash, by applyl"tf immediate y Mr. O. H. Mundv, at Cluir'a store, or Chari a Xlyer, oppoaite the Consolidated vfot** Eureka, October M, MOT. oo9*'tf