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Frnb Oyster*. Oibfried 4 Brisacber of the Jackson Bouse Restaurant hare made arrange ments by which they will be constantly in receipt of fresh oysters, which they will serre in every style. They will keep an all-uiglit house hereafter and meals can be secured at all hours of the night or day. They will also pay tbo strictest attention to arranging and furnishing balls and parties with luncheon or sappers. * - ♦--— U. Willi el us Bees to inform his castomers and the public generally that owing to his con stantly increasing trade he has enlarged his atelier, and will henceforth be able to do all work entrusted to min at the shortest notice. As heretofore, all work warranted to give perfect sat isfaction or money refunded. The Lnaciuu* Bivalve. The oyster season has arrived, and this is nowhere more apparent than at Mrs. Brown's Restaurant, where at all hours of the day and night the bivalve is served in anv style known to the art of cooking. Oysters are received by express daily in oans ami in the shell from both the East and West. Families supplied. * -- The largest stock of perfumery and handkerchief extracts ever imported to the State, from 25 cents to $14 per bottle, at Schneider’s drug atore._ * Fob the latest styles of plush odor cases, cellule: : Jets in leather and plush cases, go to Schneider's drug store. * Fob the finest and cheapest holiday goods, go to Schneider’s drug store. * Go to P. Steler’s for fine wedding and holiday presents. _ Go to P. Steler’s for all kind of clocks. * The Cheapest Place in Nevada! WE HAVE A BUYER IN THE MARKET at all times and buy for Gash, conse quently are in a position to undersell those who go to the market but once or twice a year. We have in stock, at the lowest possible price, a fall stock of CLOTHING, GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS I BOOTS AND SHOES, Hat* and Capa, Trunk* and Valla**. Cutler?, Yankee Yotlou*, Etc., Etc., Etc. WThree or fuur tlmee e week goode ere »uo ttoued off end sold to the blgheet bid dsrforOsih. Gome one, oome all, and seethe bargains you can bay for Christmas st TbeGreat Eastern Variety Store. JAKE COllY, Proprietor. Eureke. Dec. 1,1811. dJtf NOTICE. A LOCAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY IN CONTEMPLATION. MBS. LAURA 8. CHURCH, WHO BEARS the reputation of being the leading Vocalist. Teacher, Composer and Elooutionist of this Coast, has arrived in Eureka, with a view to open an Academy of Vocal and Instrumen ts! Bfusle, Where she will also give leaeom In Elocution, Oratory and French. MRS. L. 8. OHURCH also pronoaes to or* ganiae and teach a oompany of ladles and gen tleman of Eureka and vloinltv one or more of her original comlo operas, with a view to pro. dnction, including her successful opera of MTbe Wreck of ike Pinafore.** MRS. CHURCH will shortly give a concert st the Opera Honae, after which a subscrip tion list will be opened by her many friends to establish her proposed Academy of Music. Her terms for teaching or conducting amateur musical or dramatio cluba will In all cases be moderate. She therefore respectfully solicits a hesrty co operation of resident support. Eureka. Deo. 7,188!. d8 lm GO AND SEE SAM. NATHAN Ob HOBTH HAIM STREET, four door, below Sadler1. (tor.. Dealer In DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, W atohes, Opera Olasses, Musical Instruments, Holiday Presents, Guns and Pistols, and a thousand other things too numerous to mention. He Eel Is kls Goods GO per sent lower ikon any house lu Eureka. S5T Call and examine goods and prioee, and you will aee that you are not humbugged. Eureka. Dec. 3.1881. ditf bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb SWEENEOJIVERY! fllHE PUBLIC IS INFORMED THAT WK X have the finest livery turnouts in the State. ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG GIES, CARRIAGES, ETC.. the moat elegant in the lend, just received from Sen Francisco. Our horses, also, ere un surpassed. In short there ie no stable on the Pacific Coast, certainly none in this section, that can compare with it. There ie no other •table in Eureka that ha* a rig fit for a fish wagon. EVERYTHING 18 NEW. W. H. SWEENEY. Baraka, Oct. M, 1881, oafltf INTONE FARRARIS, Boot and Shoemaker. ....BAS BEHOVED TO.... V. UHL'S OLD SHOP, Baal Bid* Lower Main Street, near Waalers Union Telegraph OAo*. Boots and shobs made to obdfb. and a perfaet St guaranteed. Handing and repelling don* on abort order. SW Mr. Uhl bee toned over tale entire one tom to dm and I hopa to merit e eontmaene* Of the earn*. ANTON* FABRABIS. Banka. April M. 1881. apl«tf A BARGAIN. Two fine sabw oases can be pub ckaaed at a bargain, br making applloa tlon to BP. WILBSUf, Whitton'a building.0I8 MISCEtLANEOra ADVERTISEMENTS. R. SADLER & CO. North Main Street, EUREKA, - ... NEVADA. ....DEALERS IN.... General Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND. PROVISIONS ! OL.OTHI3V&, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .AIM, A(«nu for the. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I WSoodi delivered to ell parte of town, tree of eharce. Snnkt. J ton try it, lato. j,nll tf AXjP HARRIS, -DIALSB IS Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hat*, Capi, Shirt*, Underwear, Hoaiery, Trunk*, Valias*, Etc. SHIRT* MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY, FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA Full Linos of Extra 8lzo Underwear, ALF HARRIS, Two door, north of Jack Parry’, Saloon Stock.Ranched. PARTIES HAVING STOCK THAT THEV with pulured oen rely upon hiving the very beet of food end eleo the beet of cere by •ending them to my pleoe on Tleh Creek, 18 mllee eouth of Eureke. Hivlog en euoloied peetureof four mllee In length, end elio e renge of eevenl mllee of the very beet white •ege grating lend, with an abundance of water that never freeiee, I feel Justified In •eying that 1 have the beat faollltlee for pas turing end herding etook of any one In Eaitarn Stock entruited to my oin will reoilva my ownipeelil attention. Bio kor ordem for itook may be left with John Garrett, at the Eureke Livery Stable on Mein etreet, which will be promptly taken out or brought In. Can take etock out or bring them In at one dey’e notice, ae there le e dally mill running peat my place from Eureka. T. D. PAGE. Flak Creek, Dec. 11.1881. dl3 lm SHERIFF’S SALE. Notion is hereby given that i vii l >•11 from day to day, until ill aold, the entire ateok of Groceries at Cost! To aatlafy a judgment of Paxton k Co. agalnat D. M. Steladler k Co,, In the atore lately occupied by them. The Bale le STRICTLY CASH! And muet be told to eetlefy eelJ Judgment. All parties knowing llirnieel VHIq. debted to tbe flraj ofD. If. Ilelailler 8k Co. will eoll wad settle ond eave ooet. P. W. PKNIFOLD, Reoolver. Eureke, Dec. 18, 1881. dlttf RUBY HILL ...,A FINE STOCK OF.,,, Tobacco and Cigars, Notions, Cutlery, eto. Holiday Goods I til descriptions, Just reoelred. Agent for ell the feeding Delly end Monthly newepepers end JonrneTe. W. a. PENBOMB, Prop. Ruby BUI, Deo. (, 1*81. detf Re«ll a Waldvogel’s D AIBTT. PURE MILK AND CREAM! S1BYXD IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT custom erfl. Pereoni wishing Milk or Oreea, cen notify lbo drivers of onr wagon*. BEOLI k WdLDVOOEL. Bnreke. Wov ember U lglg. nJO New Music Hall. In order to meet the popular demand Mr. Ceorge Conne Hu converted bla VarletrHall into the moat aalaot and elualoal By mpoalum of Music In town. An Orchestra of Five Pieces. Under the direction of Professors Biegelhuth and Plumhof render nightly the Finest Operatic Morceau*. ■flT-Gentlemen vlaltlng the hall will find the beat liquid refreshments and cigars In the town eerved by EIGHT OF THE PRETTIEST GIRLS. AD MINS ION. I'll EE. Eureka, Deo. 1.1881, dStf EURBK4 SKATING RINK! Now Open. FUN FOR EVERYBODY I Gents' Season Tickets .$26 00 Ladles’ season Tickets.15 00 Children’s Season Tickets. 16 00 Gents’ Monthly Tickets. g 00 Ladies’Monthly Tickets. $ oo Children’s Monthly Tickets.. 0 00 Oeneral Admission, 35 Cents OS’-MATES FURNISHeF TO ALL PASTIES. Eureka, Not. 33.1381. n34tf 0% #1 I 1% great chance to 1 - 1J S S' .1 I mak* money. Thoae ■■I III II who always takeadvan ■ I I I I II tageof the good chancea mi M | for mikin;; money that ^ "are offered, generally become wealthy, while thoae who do not re main in poverty. We want many men, women, boys and gi-la to work for na right in their own localitlea. Any one can do the work properly from the first start. The business will pay m re than ten tlmea ordinary wages. Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who engages falls to make money rapidly. Ton can devote your whole time to the work or only your apare moments. Full information and all that la needed sent free. Address 9TIN80N k GO., Portland, Maine. nl8tf PUBLIC NOTICE! I TAKE THIS METHOD OF GIVING NO tloe to the people of Eureka, from and af. ter this date, that all parties who plaoe hot tshes and ooala on the streets and back yarda >f their realdeucee, and thereby endangering the property of the whole town, the law will >« strictly enforced in each and every case. MATTHEW KYLE. Sheriff of Eureka County. Eureka, Doo. 1,1881. da lm Fruits! Notions! Oigars sad Tobacco. Ino. Penberthy, Proprietor Thro. door. belevr Postofflc*. Freslx Lalmeal Kept tuna tun lly su Hand. lank*, Not. 1,1M1. atU MISCELLANEOUS. GET THE BEST\ LEAD ALL OTHERS! Every Style &Pric8. Guaranteed Unequaled FOR OPERATION. ECONOMY, DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP.. Improvements end Conveniences found In no others. Always Reliable. POPULAR EVERYWHERE. Far Sale in Every City and in the United States. AND BY R. SADLER & CO., Et’REKA, XEXADA. Take Notice that W. P. Haskell H.B Received the Largest Stock of CARPETS! Ever Received in Enreks ; elso, 10.000Rolls of the Latest Styles of Paper Hangings ! ALSO, A TULL LIRE OF Crockery and Glassware. Eureka, August 0,1881, au'tf F. W. OLUTE Wholesale and Retail Dealer In GROCERIES provisions, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. A Fall end Complete Stork ol Hardware on Hand and con etautly arriving, which 1 in offering nt prleee to Defy Competition, Apt for the Giant Powder Company. F. W. CLITIC. Eureka, Bept. 14,1881. lelistf RE-OPENING -OF THE City Plierajb Gallery. LOUIS MONACO hi noun no oooouom umr NOTHING BUT THE BEST AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES ho taken at tkla Gallery, with all the lataat Improvement* of Snleh and atyle. COPYING, either Plain or Flntahed, la Crayon Color, or Ink, made a epeotelty— Crayon work particularly. Aloo, ENLARGING or SEDUCING, to any alto deal rad. LOUIS MONACO, o# Photographer and Proprietor. E. JACOBS, The well known auctioneer, will receive all klnda of gooda at JakeOobn’e Great Men Aectioa Store! NORTH MAIN STREET, next door above R. Sadler k Go.’a. I will aell goods at auction for any person at a very reasonable commis sion. AUCTION SALESEVERY THURSDAY. All Out-door Soles Promptly At tended to. Send in Your Goods for Sale Days. E. JACOBS, Auctioneer. Eureka, Sept. 13, last. ie!31f Hiram Johnson, WholMsl* and Retail Dealer la ITiPLE AMD PAMCT GROCERIES ... .AND.... PROVISIONS. Chicago Hams and Breakta Bacon, Sugar cured, alvajra on band. AT THB BRICK STORK, NORTH MAIN STREET. Eureka, Jolj IS, 1M1, ],Utf HiRTl PHELPS; MERCHANT TAILORS Mo. 5M Market street, CP STAIR. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. BREWERIES AND SALOONS. STONE SALOON North Main Street. BONETTI & CO., Prop’s. Largest Billiard Hall in Eureka. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ... .AJTD TUX. ... Prettiest Walter Girls Eureka, July 11, 1H81. JylStf A. Nelson, Prop. O'NEIL AVENCE, near Mataraorae Furnace. Keeps constantly on hand the Finest Braude of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Eureka, Ms, 11,18S1. nijlJtf FRIED. O. GORMAN. LUTHJEB CLARK. Palace Saloon Main Street, Eureha. CLARK & GORMAN, PROP’S. This saloon has been reopened, and is the finest accoutred establishment of the kind In Eureka. None but the very fin est brands of Liquors and Cigars will be fur nished our customers. The Card Boom Is elegant and comfortable. The Tiger whisks about " upon the green *’ in the rear of the saloon proper, which is second to none In Nevada. nl3tf The Empire Saloon. GRAHAM & CO., PROPRIETORS. This new and attractive resort has Just been opened, and is one of the fiuest establishments of the kind in Eureka. Connected with the house are coxy and com fortable PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS, And the Gaming Department is complete in ev ery respect. None but the choicest and very best of Li quors end Cigars will be dispensed to patrons. OKI NUN, 12 * CENTS. Eureka, Feb. 3.1881. feb4tf MENSES’ “TIGER” SALOON. THE LAHUEMT 111 HEVIO*. IS NOW OPEN FOR BOSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS 07 WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC la attendance every evening. JOE MENDE8, Proprietor. “THE TRUCKEE.” C. PREVOST.PROPRIETOR. THIS KTE'W Saloon ano Music Hall Is Mors Attractive than ever. Attractive and attentive waiter girl* aerve customers. The music Is second to none In the Stete, and COOO 8INCING Is a feature worthy of mention. None but first claes liquors aro dealt over the bar. ■ST*Attached to tbe building there are a nurn ber of good lodging rooms, with first-class beds, at reasonable rates. ofttf JACK PERRY’S SALOON, —oourxB or— Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, NBV. ■-TH* OHOICX8T Wlnea, Liquors and Clears e Obtainable In the San Franelaeo market con stantly on hand. Eureka. August 10.1878. aulO-tf PARKER HOUSE BARBER SHOP ....AND..., Bathing Establishment. JOB KOB&BBE, Proprietor, Formerly with Mntt Mchotnleln. Eureka, Nov. 15,1881. »16-tf BARBER SHOP —a.jn>— BA.TH HOUSE, Below the Foetofloe, one dooi north of Henry Elnd'e grooery a tore. HCMBT CAI1T.Proprietor FPBF8T OF HELP EMPLOYED."Es JNO. SIMPSON ....HAB REOPENED THE.,.. Geraty Barber Shop eee.OK.. . ■oath Main Street, Soroka. Shaying and HairsntflBg a Specialty, J. STRAUS. In Ueorige Yonng'i Ganatnlth Mhop, main street...eureka. WATOHMAIEB. JEWELER AND Q Engraver.Bapal ring of watohea. JC'h tiewslry, and Engraving dons An a Rvj workmanlike manner. Engllah wnftob ••pairing a apeotalty. >ur«ka. April 2. 1881. gpStf houseToFsAleI •tyiHHINO TO LEAVE THE STATE. I OF. eTIno , “J, d»*11‘n8 hone a for at lo. Price, Si -■J,nclud,n« c*rr«*> end kitchen range. “c,p‘ “P 1»W library. In my of. flco In the Bxxtixxi. Building It for sale. Eureka, Auguit a, 1M1. W' °° gjjtf DRUGS AND MEDICINES. F. J. SCHNEIDER, DDDDD >•- URRRR \ Z' uuuuu GGGGG GGGGG I1I1II1II •/. 8888888 / TTTTT EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD DOOR SOUTH OF 6LARK. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS -ACCURATELY PREPARED AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Orders for Drugs and Medicines, —Promptly attended to— I have also a Poll Line of Perfumery, Toilet Articles, tlalr Brashes, Tooth Brashes, Kal and Bath Brashes, Etc., And In fact everything usually found In s first olaaa Drug Store. F. J. SCHNEIDER, Proprietor. Eureka, June 14,1880. Junlft tf BITY DRUG STORE. Nearly opposite Paxton k Co ’■ Bank. MAIN STREET, - - - EUREKA. FRESH~DRUCS, Patent Medicines, TOILET GOODS r- ETC. H. A. MARTIN, myl3tf Proprietor. W. H.STOWELL, DRUGGIST, No. 3, Main St., Eureka. Eureka, July 36. 1881. Jy3fitf BANKERS PAXTON & CO., ZB-AJETICIEIR/S, EUREKA. NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN BUMS TO BUIT, ON Anglo-Caltfornian Bank.Ban Francisco Anglo-Callfornlan Bank.London J. k W. Beligman k Oo.New York D. O. Mills k Oo...Sacrament* Decker A Jewett.MaryuvHl Wldte k McCoruick.Balt Lake Cit| Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec tlona, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency oi open account, certificate, or special deposit and transact A UENCBAL BAMKINB DUDINKA* ■7sMining Stocks Bought and Bold on Com mission. White File Coit? Bank, (In Woodruff k Ennor's Building) Eureka, Nevada. PBIBIDEVT.1. WOODRUFF GABBIER...WM. PARDY DlAACTOaS ! F. W. CLUTE, 1. WOODRUFF. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at eight on Wells. Fargo k Co., Ban Francisco, New York end London. Blocks bought and sold on Commlaion. Local Agency for Hutchinson k Mann Fire Insurance Companies. myMtf MISCELLANEOUS. AYER’S HAIR VIGOR For Restoring lira; Hnlr TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. A draining years, sickness,care, dla* appointment and hereditary predis position, all turn the hair grey, and either of them in cline it to shed prematurely. Arm's Ha ib Vioob, b» long and extensive use. has proven that it steps the falling of the hair imme* dlfctfilv • often re news tbs growth; and always surely restores Its oolor, when faded or gray. It stlmulstas the nutritive organs to healthy activity, and preserves both the hair and lte beauty. Thus brashy, weak or sickly hair becomes glossy, pliable sod strengthened; lost hair regrows with lively eipresslen; felling ball la cbeoked and established; thin hair thickens; and faded or gray hair resume their original color. Its operation Is sure and harmless. It cures dsnd* ruff, heals all humors, and keeps the scalp cool, clean and soft—under which conditions diseases of the scalp are Impossible As a Dressing for Ladles’ Hnlr the Yioos is praised for its grateful and agree able perfume, and valued for the soft lustre and richness of tone it imparts. PSKFARKD BY DR. J. 0. AYER k CO., Lowell, Massachusetts. Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD BY ALL DRUGOtHT* AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE. jsSStd NOT IC E T 0_T RAWLERS. PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO RAIL WAY Stations will please procure tleket at the Jackson House, or at tha Fashion Stables and laave orders to be called. W. H. SWEENEY * CO., Bus Proprietors. BUSINESS NOWBEFORE the public. You can make money faster at work for us than at anything else. Capital not needed. We will start you; $13 a day made at home by the industrious. Men, women, boye and girls wanted everywhere to work for ue. Now Is the time. You can work in spare Urns only, or give your whole time to the business. You can live at home and do the work. No other business will pay you nearly as well. No one can fall to make enor mous pay by SBgsglng at once. Costly outfit and terms free. Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address TRUE k CO., Augusta, Maine. nl8tf JUST RECEIVED! At P. ». RAXHX'I, Worth Main ■troet. Eureka. Teas, from SS eente to M M per lb. CoWbes, from BO to OO eeute per lb. Boneless Hein In Nkin«. Prolled Mackerel la Tomato and Mustard Sauoe. Choicest H Ines and liquors. oMtf For Salejr Rent. A HOUSE OF BIX ROOMS ON RUBY Avenno will be leased or sold at a bar gain. For particulars apply to W. P. ST PI. OH ELM AN, Agent for H. BISHOP. my8t/ _ mkdical. OR- 8PINNEY * cq ohboni° **> wt0Ul YOUNG men srsfirs “Ms/rS*cS MIDDIE-IOED EES There are many at t*** an. . * who are trouble,?with too?* °f thlrtJ to*!,*. PSXispSl not accoott for. on , P«U«nt deposits a ropy aadlmont win nfLi*" Bn“*rj and .oiuetiiiios srn.ll p.rt7cl„S**” >» >nS *ras«wi.3S*?JwS th. «eond ftWSS.SjySl *hl'h' ?, will giiarautee a perfect cure in JH16'1*- ^r-1. and a healthj restoration of the oHno?,h CM*« organa. 01 llie &enlto.Urintr| Office Doura—10 to 4 and t * „ Erotn 10 to U .. «. ConlSft.H- '• Ont,nfn,ml<**tlol‘ *n'1 ••'vice u ,r*“- Thor. Call or address DR. SPINNEY A OQ _"°-11 SfcpA^ THE 6REIT EHGUSH nrncn. " wl CVllla« W<2ivy' i-c ■ MANHOOD .1 potency, ParalvaS “il! J11 *he terrible effect, ol Hell. Ab,i,, youthful folllea and excesses In ruaturer of Memory, Lassitude™Noitornsl*"to1|l!!L|l0M Arersiun to Society, Dlnmes, „f vision S1?0*' tn the Head; the vital fluid paootait umL?“*! in the nrtne, and many olher diaeue, to Insanity and death. * *ait l#*d I>R. MI\'l'IK will agree to forfeit ... II null red Do 11 nris for , raa *»« stifSf&snsasK'a?^?* MVI'f.ttS^fiSSsfiSLfi r;j'1VhjXh«:s,1„^“rj;rcVi cludlnt! analysts of urine, $s 00. Prlceof Visit Bestorallve, 13 00 . bottle. the qnantity, tlo 00; sent to sny SldreL ni^ recefpt of price, or O. O. D„ secuns hSL?^? servstlon, snd In priT.tr name if dJo.5 tk A. B. 31 INTI E, H. D. ,“1; 11 Heorny Hi. Nun Frnurlsco, Rc">»r, "K* it I !H, caret til kind*nt via snd bladder Oon,plaints, O„uorrhie.f *<^7 Leucorrhms For sale by all druecl.tr a, bottle, .1, bottle, for*! 00 ** "1,1 00 * l»K. 3IINTIE N DANDELION PII us are the tieet and cheapest nriPEPhi, HIBIOI N cure in Ihe m.rket ™, all drngitlsts. arm TRAVELERS' GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE BAILB OAD MEW AltRAIUKEKN IN I On and after May 1, 1881 -A. FAST TRAIN WILL ID) roi PiHMAien, Malls, ami El preen ONLT. AND WIU Leave Eureka Dally at...Ids a. u Arrive el relitede al.Mi.r. Making eonneeUos with Eaat and West Bound Trains er lbs Ceutral ParlOr Hnilroad. kETCHNINO i I-aave Palisade Dally at...8A0r.il. Arrive it Eureka al.........10:56 r. M. Freight and Aenoinnsodotloo Tralui Lea Tea Eureka dally at.SOU a. u. Arrival it Pelieede at. ISO »• Leave# Pelteede dally at.Ido a. u. Arrive* at Xurekt at.IA0 »• THE COMPANT WII.I. DELIVER EHE1UHT AT UAMII.TMW. WARD, PIOCHR, TTBO, BELMONT, And ell points south, by its teams, with osrs snd Atspstob, and at tbs lowest rstss. P. EVERT*. Rsssrsl Rap’8. Eursks. December M. lfff). __ Gilmer, Salislmry 4 Co's STAGE LINES. s'r»"isw“!S moot, making direct connection et Belmont on Tueedty, ThaMUy »nd Bsturdsy tor Urautsvllle, Candelaria, Wade, north. Austin aud Carson A Colo* rado Railroad, al l ulling, conneeh lug with the Virginia A Truekes nud C. P. Railroad. TRI-WEEKLY STAGE LINE. Through to Piocho in 30 Hour). Only one nltfbt on the ro»d. Lstvii Eureka Sunday*, Tue.day andThnra days for Haulllou. Cherry Creek, Ward, nr lol and Ploche. . n.,f Dei Dally stage* from Ploche to Silver Beef. »** ver end lermlnue of Utah Seuthern Ballroao. C arry ing »I. *. Mall anil Well*. **r’ go A Co.’s E* press. W. E DAVIDSON, Agent. Office In Poetoffiee Building. DissolQtion ofCoiiartiierstiii) Notice is hereby oiven that the partneralilp heretofore e»J*J*“* ' ol B. the underalgned, under the drm Sadler* Oo ™ ‘bl* 1 piThe 1b?.l Inal conaent. 1. 0. Bothln retiring. g,aier, neae will hereafter be c°"dJ£* Ad T c o i lee t all arho alone will pay all debta and couec jtlla due the aald Ann. R 8ADI-ER. Eureka, Not. 88, lMMlml J. 0- BOTHIN^ JOHN F. COSTA, ....DIALER IN.... GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Fruits, Candles, *tc., *t<5, III Bluer'! BiillilliiB. THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS Eureka. Not. 18. IM1- !!!— (111 A WEEK. *U * day *•?»;!* S 1/ made. Coetly outfit free. Addrea* WQo., Anfaata Malaa.