VOL. XIX. EUREKA, NEVADA, RFIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1880. NO. 117
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THE eureka daily sentinel.
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me copy, one yew.1 mili'Tl. 8 00
me c°pr- ;i'r,‘""‘nth»Thv mill. « 00
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One copy, one ..2 60
One copy, si* month*,... .
nn« ronv. three months,..
MRS. M. ..
W.P. GOODMAN & CO.R^byHai
I W LAMBERT.Ruby Hill
.ImvT .Palisade, Nev.
nnVr n .Hamilton
JAMES O. DOILK.
if P ..a ~int
cuts B. STREITBERGEB.Tybo
j B FISCHBACn...-Bristol. Lincoln Co.. Nev.
} r' RICKARD.8‘lver Reef. Utah
ORMOND A LOVETT.Frisco, Bt»h
ROGERS k SLOTZ.Bouanza City, IiUho.
A. M. BARNES,.Central City, D. T.
P TAVEY.Bingham Canyon, Utah
OHAKLKS W. CRANE. No. 318 Pine street and
10 Leidesdorff street, Boom 39, is Sole Agent
for the Eobeia Dailt and Wekklt Skntinkl
n San Fr.ncisco. Pereon. in tb.t city b.v
lng business with this oftlco are requested to
communicate with him.
Merchant's Eichanp Saloon!
CIGAR STORE AND CLUB ROOMS,
(Kelt door North of P. Steler'a Jewelry Store)
A. HARRIS, Proprietor.
MR. HARRIS IS ONCE MORE IN OLD
quarters, and will make them as attrac
tive as heretofore. A free 1 nnch will be spread
every night. 08-tf
C. P EVOST PROPRIETOR.
Saloon and Music Hall
la More Attractive than ever.
Attractive and attentive waiter
girl* nerve customers. The muaic ia
second to none in the State, and
la a feature worthy of mention. None but flrat
clasa liquors are dealt over the bar. o5tf
JM FERRY'S SALOON,
Main and Bateman 8treeta
-THE CHOICEST- «
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Obtainable ia tha Ban Francisco market con
stantly on band.
Eureka, August 10, ltTt. aalO-tf
THE UI8EST Ilf NEVADA.
is HOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BEST BRANDS OT
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
A PULL BAND OP MUSIC
la attendance ererj arealnf.
JOE MENDRB, Proprietor.
JACK PERRY'S CORNER)
JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor.
Imported and Domestic Gigars
Ot oholoe braate, tba beat la the market.
Tab*mae, Cl,nrettei. and Smakert'
«°Mka, September l. 187». il-tf
(8uoc«Mor to J. H. Vtob.l.)
Nkt doob south or stowell
Drag Store, keeps
STATIONERY, OUTLERY, TOBAOOO,
th. Wbolml* tad Retail Trod*.
CLUB.ROOM IN THE BEAB.
“•p* • Rotall aland for Cutlary, Olgtn, Ctg
no., .to,, la
JOE HENDES1 BUILDING,
. . „ Mala Stmt, Euroko.
I. ISM. may* If
FEED and sale stable,
South lfain Street. Burek*. Nevada.
A GENERAL livery business will
j£i conducted in all Its breaches. Horses
*nd sold. Horses boarded by the day,
week or month.
■jjPfWnt tnrnonts, four in hsnd, double or
ngle, can always be procured.
Hay and Grain for Sale.
trijTr*001 P»*«>nliiag u> will alwaya Bad good
Watmant tad reaaonabla price.
a, 1«7*. o»-t
West side of Main street, opposite Moore Bro’s
Livery gtsble, Eureka.
Charles Coll, :: Proprietor.
Thr Fluent Qnalltlen of
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
Fremh, Fat anti Jnley WeaU
Of all descriptions, the best in the laud, ar d
cheaper than the cheapest,
At Wholewale anti Retail.
ItiT Give me a call. my2~
FRESH, FAT, JDICT,
Beef and Mutton
Received every day from reno, at
this Market. The choicest meats in the
land constantly on hand, including
Sausage, Veal, Fork, Etc.
JOHN TORBE. WM. ZADOW.
TORRE & ZADOW,
Eureka, May 19, 1880. my20 tf
North Main Ntropl. went lido,
WM. SHOLDERER, - - Proprietor.
Beef, pork, mutton, sausage, etc.,
of the finest quality constantly bn hand.
Choice Steaks and Prime
Roasts a Specialty,
At reasonable rates. My supply in this regard
cannot be equaled lu Eureka.
GIVE ME A GALL.
Eureka. November 10,1879. uovll-tf
ONE DQOR NORTH OF ADLER'S STORE.
South Main Street, Eureka, Nev
OEOBOE BAILEY, Propr.
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK
CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THX
A share of the patronage of old frlenda and
the public generally, la solicited. sep8>tf
BREWERIES AND SALOONS.
SCHMIDT & MENDES, PROP’S.
f|iHE STAR BREWERY IS NOW OPEN
1 and the business will be conducted In the
same manner sa Joe Mendee' Tiger Saloon Is
kept on Main street, with
Good Liquors, Music,
Attentive We iter Girls.
Best LAOER BEER In the State.
Sold at 60 Cta. per Gallon,
By strict attention to business, we hope to
merit a fair share of the public patronage.
JOE MENDES. GASPER 80HM1DT
Eureka Jnne2,1870. Je8-tf
SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY
Mill 1 HEITMIR, PROP'S,
ONE DOOR ABOVE THE WHITE HOUSE
UNTIL OUR NEW BRICK IB COMPLETED,
at our old stand, we will carry on our re
tall business at the above place. Our whole
sale business will be continued at the old
stand, and customers served as usual.
A continuance of the public patronage will
be gratefully received.
FRED. M. HEITMAN.
Eureka, August 19,1880. au20-tf
B. REINHART. J. . EDOFF
REINHART & CO.
D«.ler. la Whole tad Ground
t'LOl'R. WHEAT, BEAN ABB
Barley Ground to Order.
agents fob the
1*1.0 WH, HOWKNS, BEAPKBB,
And .11 kind, oI
All Goods dellversd to any part sf town free
OFFICE—North Main Street, next door to the
Iron Hall, Eureka, Nev. Jeltf
HART & PHELPS,
No. 90S Market utreet.
DP STAIRS SAN FIIANCIBOG. CAL
,t home. Semple,
'ree. Addren. Sra
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
f|lHE ROOMS ARE BARD FINISHED, MEW
X ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
Single Rooms or in Suites.
Van In AH the Rooms.
Connected with the Hotel is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
A. J AIK SON. Proprietor.
Formerly of the Jackson Home, at Hamilton,
White l*lne county. ottf
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
rnHE UNDERSIGNED HAS FIRST-CLASS
“*■ rooms, which can be rented with or with
out board, on reasonable terms. Attached to
the house is a first-class BAR-ROOM, where
the best of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May be obtained.
Eureka, August 18,188C. aulD-tt
PETE KNIGHT, PROPRIETOR.
THI3 HOUSE HAS JUST BEEN THOB
oughly renovated, and will hereafter be
kept as a first-class Hotel.
Rooms Single or In Suits.
ATTACHED TO THE HOUSE 18 A FIRST.
THE B A. Ft
Has a good reputation, and none bat the beat
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Will be kept. The Railroad 'Bus will take
passengers to and from the Depot.
Eureka, June 1,1880. Junl-tf
t. L. HINCKLEY. t. H. LOCKWOOD.
THE PARKER ROUSE.
Hinckley & Lockwood,
This house will be kept first
class. Rooms single or in auita. At
tached to the House ia a flrst-claaa
Has a fine reputation, and nothing bnt the beet
Liquors, Winee and Oigars will be kept.
AiTRailroad coaches will take passengers to
and from the depot.
Eureka, February 0, 1879. feb7 tf
SOUTH GATE HOTEL,
mouth of pinto canton.
THOMAS FITZPATRICK. PROPRIETOR.
Travelers will find good aooom
mod.tione .t this home.
The Hamilton, Ward and Ploche atagea atop
for meals at this establishment.
GOOD STABLING, HAT AND GRAIN.
tor Mania at All HauMt Ceuta.
A share of the public patronage Is solicited.
South Gate, April 8,187».epi-tf
F. B. ALDERSON,
Agent for the following
.Etna, Hartford, Connecticut and
Several small houses to rent, fnrniahed or un
furnished, or for sale cheap.
Can be found at Hon. Thomas Wren’s office,
over Clute’s store.
Eureka, August 19, 1880. au30-tf
WHITE SULPHUB SPRINGS!
(JClko, ... Nevada.)
Tub and Swimming Bathi.
A CHOICE VARIETY OF
PLANTS and FLOWERS !
Reared at the springs, constantly
on hand and for aala.
•^Conveyance, to and from tha Springs,
every hour, dally, during the weak.
J. J. OABBEOHT.
Elko. Nevada, February 7. l«80. fab* tf
(LATE PROFESSOR OF SURGERY,)
■ax FmAMCiaoo, • Oaufovxia.
Devotes special attention to the cure of all
Ohronlc and Complicated Dlaeaaea. Bufferera
from Private and Chronio Diaaaaea
CAN BI CURED AT HOME.
Address, confidentially, DR. DkFBEYE,
l'ISO Stockton Btreet, San Yranoleco. Cal.
Eureka, July 22.1880. Jy28-tf
For Sale or Lease.
I WILL BELL OR LEASE MY PROPERTY,
at the north end of town, at a great bar
gain. The Alibiing is one of the moet com
plete and substantial in town. It contains IS
rooms, well furnished, with dining-room, par
lor, kitv-hen, etc. There is a good Btable snd
outbuildings, with a fine well of water on the
premises. The property hsaan lnomne of $160
per month. Apply to MRS. DENNIB.
Eureka, Avgust 1$, 1080. suWtf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OEO. W. B4KKB. 1. L. WINES.
BAKER ft WINES,
Attorneys at law. office
In the Foley.Ricknrd building, Main
street, Eureka, Nevada.
seo. w. wvi.ni a. l. m»EULD.
MERRILL ft FITZGERALD,
A TTORNEYM AT LAW. PBAC
J\. TICE In all the Courts.
Office In Court-house.
Eureka, June 4, 1880. je5 tf
FREDERICK W. COLE,
A. M. HILLH0U8E.
Attorney at law, eureka,
Nevada. Office In the Court House.
DAV. E. BAILY,
Attorney at law. has be
moved hia office from Whitton’s build
ing, to the Sentinel building, first floor,
Attorney and covnselor
at Law. Office in District Attorney’s
office, first floor, Court House.
C. J. LANSING,
Attorney at law. office in
the Court House.
Eureka, May 30,1879. my21tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office
At the Assessor’s office, in the Court
JOHN T. BAKER,
Attorney at law. office in
the Foley-Rickard building, up stairs,
Main street. Eureka, Nevada.
Particular attention given to tbe acquiring of
of titles to Government lands.
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AND SCROEON. OF
flee In Sentinel building, np stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR. A. C. BISHOP,
Physician and scroeon.
Office, in Billy Clark’s building, np
DE J. E. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 8U*
reka, Nevada. Office at the Tcrnek House,
J. A. NESBITT, M. D., C. M.
OFFICE — MONACO'S SUIUlINa, MAIN
Street, Eureka, Nevada.
DE. E. B. DE LA MATTE.
residence west end of Clark street, next
door to Hiram Johnson’s. Office hours : 8 to
10 a. M.; 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 *. M.
C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8.,
Dentist, rooks, a raws asi.
doora South of the Turner MSS
Home, Hein etreet. <LLLLU7
THOMAS J. BEAD,
CIRL ENGINEER AND V. S, DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office ia the
SmmiriL building, up ataira.
WALTER 8. LONG.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND U. S. DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Offioe over Bank
Exchange, Main street. Eureka, Nevada.
A. D BOCK,
US. DEPUTE MINERAL 8UR
• veyor end Civil Engineer. Any survey
ing will be done promptly end on the beet term,,
turtle, August 18,1880.eult-tf
MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. JT7.I. O. O. P-,
Mbit every Wednesday evening at
Odd Fellows' Hell, et 7ISO o'clock. All
member, of th* order. In good standing, ere In
vited to attend. W. S. BEARD, R. O.
J. Btb.ui, B. B.
ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER, NO. 8.
THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF BT.
John's Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M., will be
bald et Heeonlo Hell, on the Saturday next auo
ceeding tbe pale of tike moon in each month.
All Royal Aroh Meson., In good .tending, era
oordlally Invited to ettend.
H. JOHNSON, B. P.
P. Akroxxaow, Secretary.
BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 18.
I. O. O. Pa,
Holds regular sessions on the
First end Third MONDAYS of aaeh
month, et 71, o’clock, r. M., In the Foley
Sojourning Patriarchs ere Invited to ettend.
S. D. HENRY, 0. P.
F. M. Human, Scribe. mrlOtf
EUREKA LODGE NO. IS. P. A A.K.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU
reke Lodge, No. M, F. A A. M., wlU be
bald in Odd Fellewa’ Hell the fourth Monday
of each end every month.
Members of sister lodges, end sojourning
brethren in good a tending, ere cordially Invit
ed to ettend. II. SADLER, w. M.
W. P. SxmoHXiUxaM, Secretary.
BEATIFIC LODGE, VO. 7. K. OF P.,
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 730 o’clock f. h,, at Its Gentle
HaU, In the'Rlckard-Foley building.
All Brother Knights, In good standing, arc
fraternally Invited to attend suchi meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT. 0. 0.
0. H. Oadt, E. of B. end 8.
AMERICAV LABOR CVIDV.
The regular meetings of the
American Labor Union vrl11 be held at
Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of
each weak. Any person dealring Information
In regard to the Union, can obtain the same by
applying to the Secretary, at Armory Ball, be.
tween the honre of 1 end « o’clock r. u.,.dally.
A. 0. BISHOP. President.
A. M. Cakfbill, Secretary. spl7-tf
I. O. P.. Bl'BY COURT MO. B,
Meets on the second and fourth
Mondays of eeeh month, at 730 o olook
». is., In the Odd Fellows’ Hall building. All
members of the Order In good etendlng ue la
Tiled to attend. B. 0. LEVY, W. 0. B.
Jar. W. Burra, B. S.
Eureka. May 11. 1880. “F18
A. O. H.
Meets every first and third sat
urday of each month, at their hall,
corner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7 30
“clock. THOS. MURPHY, Prealdent.
Pantos: Hannon. Secretary.
Eureka. July 18.1880.
ALPHA LODGE VO. 1. A. O. V. W.
Meets at the folky and riokard
building every Tuesday evening at 8
o’clock. Sojourning brethren In good standing
are Invited to attend.
Examining Physicians-Dr. M. Bookman and
Dr. G. H. Thom*.
V G. A. FLETCHER, M. W.
1.0. 0. Wbitmoui, Recorder.
Eureka. July », 1880. iF?*-tf
PAXTON A CO.,
J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Callfornian Bank.Sad Francisco
J. k W. Sellgman & Co.Now York
D. O. Mills k Co. Sacramento
Decker k Jewett.Marysville
White k McCornick.Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account, certificate, or special deposit,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
KTMining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
White Pi County Bank,
(In Woodruff k Ennor’s Building)
Prcaldent. .E. Woodrnil
F. W. date.E. Woodrnff.
Trsnssct s General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San
Francises, New York and London.
■EF* Also, Local Agency of the following Fire
Insurance Companies: Berlin Cologne,
of Berlin; I-a fonflance. of Paris; I*a
Calsse Generate.of Paris; Manchester,
of England i Girard, of Philadel
Shla; Revere, of Boston; People's, of
ew Jersey; and others terling Companies.
Mining Stoeks Bougnl and Sold on Commis
Eureka, May 15, 1879. mylft-tf
Largest Music House on the Coast.
Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated
"W EBEB PIANOS
Manufacturer* of the
SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO I
For Brass Instruments,
And everything in the Mualo Llua, addresa
SHEBMAN, HYDE dc 00.,
Pianos and Organ* Sold on Easy
Sheet Mule Depot at
Harris H. Joseph’s Goldeu Rule
Jytt-ly Store. Eureka.
EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
South Main Street, Hands.
NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA
L iJMBEl IR,,
Of all kind*.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
A complete assortment of Clear and Droned
Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and
other styles of Siding. Moulding. Lathe.
Shingles, Dears, Saab and Blinds,
etc., always on hand
W Everything at tb* leweel Caeb
jel E A €• L. CO.
Proposed Amendment to lb. Con*
atltutlou or tb. fltot. or Nevada.
Panel ot tb. Ninth Meaatou or lb.
NO XXVI.—Senate Concurrent Resolution
Resolved. By the Senate, the Assembly con
curring. thet the Constitution of the Stete of
Nevada be emended ee tollows :
Amend Section 9 of Artiole IV of the Con
stitution of the State of Nevade, so ee to read
as follows: . .. _ , , .
Section 9 The •e8*ion of the Legislature
shall ba biennial, and shall commence on the
Bret Monday of February next ensuing the
election of member! of the Aa.embly unices
the Governor of the Stete ehall, In the Interim
convene the Legislature by procleraitlon.
(Passed March 4. 1819.1
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true
cop of the enrolled resolution on die In my
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the great seal of State.
Done at office In Carson City, Nevada,
(anal..] this aeoond day of August, A. D. one
thousand etghthundredmd eighty.
au3t M JASPER BABCOCK. »o> of Stats.
Caraar Clark and Bnel Streets,
In B. Byland'a Brick Building.
Meals at All Hours,
BAT ABB NIGHT.
None but White Cook* Employed.
THE best the basket affords at
Board per Week. tt.00
MRS. F. S. TARLEASE.
Eureka, October 4,18*0. oS
PA Use Restaurant.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Prices, Moderate !
All the luxuries and delicacies
to be bsd in the Market constantly on
hand and served to order.
a. SLUSH#It, Proprietor.
Eureka, September 1,1880. al tf
CORNER SHOP - STAND,
In the rear of the old Corner Saloon.
The finest the market affords
always served to customers.
Fowl, Wild Game, Flail, Oysters,
Prepared in the most tempting style.
Meali at all Hours of the Day or Night.
Private Rooms for Dinner Parties.
For every delicacy of the season, go to the
Eureka, April 7,1880. a8 tf
EUREKA AND PALISADE
IR_A_I Xj T&OJlJD
ITBW ARRANGEMENTS !
On and after December 29,1879,
A. -FAST TRAIN
WILL BUN FOB
Pmaeacere, Mulls, and Ex|ircea
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eureka dally at.4 DO a. m.
Arrive at Pallaade at. 860 a. a.
Making connection with
l>at and Went Bound Train* of Ike
Central Pacific Railroad.
Leave Pallaade dallr at,,..,,.8:48 r. a.'
Arrive at Eureka at.,.,,..860 t . u
freight and Accommodation Train'
Leavee Eureka dally at.«DU a. u.
Arrivea at Pallaade at.860 r. n.
Leavee Pallaade dally at.*60 a. n.
Arrivea at Eureka at.8:4* r. *
WII. I. DELIVER FREIGHT AT
And all polnta eoutb, by lta teama, with care
and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
P. EVERTS. General Map’a.
Eureka. Deoember 29. 1879.
GILMER, SALISBURY h CO.’S
Stages leave eureka Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, making direct
connection through to
Leave Eureka every morning (except Sun
day) for Belmont, Tybo, Hot Creek and Morey.
Leave Euraka dally for Hamilton. Ward,
Oeoeola, Bristol, Ploche, Frisco and Silver
CARRYING U. S. SAIL AND WILLS. FARGO « CO.’S
W. X. DAVIDSOV, Agent.
OAea in PoatoAee Building- augft-tf
DR. CHIN GAM,
I'3* CELEBRATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN
would luoun to tho poopl. of Euraka
at ha traata auocaaafully air dlsaaaaa to
which tho toah la hair.
Chroolr PimtM of all hlatlt jlalil
to hi. .upcrlor .kill. CharfM
ATCau bo conanltad ot tha .tor. of Wing
Chang, Monro, .treat.
Eureka. Bapt. 1«. 1OT». «1"-tf
IRON DOORS FORlST”
TWO SETS OF IRON DOORS WITH
frames, for openings ftve feet wide and
eleven feet high For further particulate,
apply to GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith.
Eureka, September 28,1880. fl9*tf
_ SPECIAL NOTICES'
ATTENTION. EVERYBODY !
Having purchased the entire tutereet n«
W. H. Clark’s Mercantile kusftanM.
I am now prepared to fnrnlsli
ALL KINDS OF 0001)8
A« Prices as Low as (hr Uwrai.
By prompt attention to business sceonnun
dating clerks, good goods, low prices,
I SOLICIT trade FBOM ALL.
Try me, awl Be SatlnOeA.
r. W. CLCTE.
Eureka, September 1, 1879. at
CELEBRATED WEBEB PIABOB
Sherman, Hydo A Co., Ban Franclaao, PaclBe
Instruments sold on the Installment plan,
Weber Pianos, by all great mueidana, mo eon*
aldered the beat and moat dnrabla.
Oneonly buys a Plano In a life time, thstefoia
get the beet, the best Is the cheapest, el*
Prof. Wm. Plumhoff, Local Agent, Eureka.
Watches, Clock*, and Jewelry Bo*
If you want to have your watches, clocks,
and Jewelnr repaired In s workmanlike man
ner go to p. STELEB’S Jewelry Store, Main
street. All work warranted.
If you have a line or complicated watch or
dock, a music box, an automaton Binging bird,
or any other delicate and intricate piece of
mechanism needing repairs, go to
Chronometer, watch and clockmaker
Jewelry neatly repaired.
All work warranted to give perfect satlafac
tlon or poeltlvely no charge. of
And Dealers in
FA>’OY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. BLANK
BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKB, NOTE AND
LETTER PAPER, FANCY PA PETRIES,
STATIONERY, TOYS, OUTLEBY,
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL
Novels, Eastern Pictorials and Magasines al
ways on hand. Subscriptions received for any
of the San Francisco Dailies or Weeklies.
Agents for the Virginia “Enterprise” and
SF" Re member the place—
CALI8HXB BROS, 19 Main street.
Eureka, January 7,1879. jaaStf
W. E. DAVIDSON,
Bookseller, 8tatloner and
A FULL LIKE OF
Blank Books and Stationary
Of ever, description kept constantly on bank.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOB
New York Weekly, Illustrated Times,
New York Ledger, Chimney Corner,
Flreelde Companion, New York Clipper,
Family Story Paper, Barper’e Weekly,
Saturday Night. Leslie', Weekly,
Police Oasette, Police News, and other
The Varieties, Eastern Periodicals,
Which will be promptly delivered by carriers.
Eureka, October 80,1878. ooM-«f
BANK EM HINGE
Barter-Slop and Batl-Hnae!
DOUGLAS' IIHLGIM, NEXT TOW.P. HASKELL’S.
MURRAY A MBAD
Have opened a fine bathiho in.
tabllehment and Barber Bbop in the
above place. They hope, by itrtct attention to
buelneas, to merit a fair share of the publio
Eureka, August 81,1880. el tf
C. W. CRANE,
ESTABLISHED IN 1873.
PEBBON8 RESIDING AWAY FROM BAR
Francisco, In want of any article of Her
ebandiae, great or small, can nave their orders
Oiled promptly, end et the very lowest cash
prloea, by addressing tba undersigned.
C. W CRANE,
318 Pine Street, Room 83, Ban Francisco. Os],
Eureka, July 34, 1880. jyJ8-tf
NOTICE^ OF ASSESSMENT
Albion Consolidated 911 ulnar Com*
Location of principal plaob of
buBineBM. San Francisco, California. Lo*
1 cation of works, Eureka Mining District, State
Notice 1b hereby given, that aft a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 80th day of
September, 1880, an awesament (Vo. 4) of
Twenty-five (20) Cents per share was levied
upon the capital stock of the corporation, pay*
able immediately in United States gold coin,
to the Secretary, at the offlce of tba oompany,
Rooms 0 and 7, No. 827. Pine street, San Fran*
Any stock u>;on which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the THIRD (8d) day of NO*
VEMBEK, 18*0, will be delinquent ana adver.
tiaed for sale at public auction ; and unless
payment is made before, will be sold on MOV*
DAY, the TWENTY-SECOND (22d) day of VO*
Y EMBER, 1880. to pay tba delinquent as*
sessment. togethei with cost of advertising and
expenses of sale.
By order of the Boaid of Directors.
D. B. OHI8HOLM. Secretary.
Offlce—Rooms 8 and T, No. 827 Pina street,
San Francisco, California
Omci or the Albion Consolidated )
Miggia Comp ant,
Ban FuANCiMfc, September 80,1880.)
Resolved, Tbst sll of tbs few outstanding
shares of the Albion Mining Company are re*
8aired to be surrendered to the Secretary, and
ist a corresponding number of the shares
of the Albion Consolidated Mining Company be
Issued therefor, without expense to the share*
holder, upon the payment of the pending ads
**5td* ' D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary.
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