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= 'fKIOAY, JULY 14, 1OT* STOCK REPORT. u,, FrnneUco Stock 3ai» Ebanciboo. July 13. MORNING KOABD. 405 Ophir—4« 45* 45 45* 7.»5 Mexican—27'4 X \ 2»/» 130 Gould A Curry-14 14* 230 Host A Belcher—41* 030 CaliforoiR-Oi' rtM 130 hEVEEe-18 4 HI* ® 3:120 Con. Virginia—4817% *1* 14) Chollar—73 74 725 Halo A NorcroM-S fl * 2(0 Crown I’oint—848 4 8 135 Yellow J»ckot-27* 27X 3180 Imperial— j4 170 Alpha-39 170 Belcher-17 XtJ 17 ds,nNov"a"l« ^13* 14 OT Utah-15 k 13 W‘4 16% 15 Bullion -42 *» Exchequer—IonI’1 190 Overman—68 64* 90 Justice—21 21 4 21 n 1225 Union Con.—11* “/a 270 Udy Byran-75c 3115 Julia-6 5’* 54 115 Caledonia—7 V.7H 7 * 150 Baltimore Con.—1* 50 Silver llill-7 100 Dardanelles-1 240 Sheridan—1* 20 Lady " a«h.-2% 100 Ko»*uth-l* 05 Andes—24 15 Ward-IX 100 Columbia—"0 20 Prospect—a* 100 Virginia—24 ktxnino no abb. 50 Meadow y«Uye—HOe 35 Kaymond A Ely—84 110 Eureka Con.—11* U 50 Jackson—3 70 Alps—14 „„ „„ 1205 Belmont—2% Vi 2 0 Prus ian—I 350 Leopsrd-8* 8* 531 Gila—75c62*c Ilk) Panther-1* __ 7:4) Northern Belle—30 31 30* 330 Gen. Tbo uas—24 2* 1000 Miinsfi Id -•524ob30 50e 250 G. Chariot-374c 275 Con. Virginia—53 47* 24) Moxican -28* 28* 284b5 740 NewCoso—2* 24 2* ID Overman-63* jnoi California-014 «4% 814 64 84% 155 Sierra Nevada—13* 13'4 111) Best A Botcher-42 41* 41% 35 Crown Point 0 8* 71 Halo A Norcross—0* 9 1*) Ophir—454 975 Julia -64 8% 6% lu Alpha -36* 12) Imperial —54 359 Caledonia—7% III Bo’ch'-r—174 59 Seg. Belcher-0 * 70 290 Yellow Jacket- 27* 2'.5 Union Con. —114 ll* 100 J ustice—21* LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* and Departure*. R* THK KORKU A ARI) I* A l.l* A l>K RAllROAK. Departure* YeMerilay. Dirk I)urte« 1* A 11*11 TSMau-Uant U Stoke* 11 llnega K Ilnghe* 1» W il.-ome J Steel AS’urjji K Wile* A S anetsinffot " m I*«cy Arrival* l.n*i klgkl. J C Powell J .J*ine» II lliunrhi S Virgili* A IV W'hlUker W il I’Unt li i 'n mi mine N I Hllmun John .Nixon tV II Sini h John ilvinara Mr* MeMmhowa Nkvapa at thk I'knik.n.sial.— From conversations with Messrs, llill hoiise and Wren, both of whom have just returned from the Fast, we learn that Nevada's exhibit lias been greatly underestimated by some of the visitors from tills Slate to the Centen nial. Our display of ores is uncqualed, while the little mill is considered by these Keiltleiiion a |>erfeci success. The Inittery is kept running two hours each iiav an I Hie pan and settler pretty iiiucli all ol the time. Curiosity hunt ers may see exam ly how the precious uiHial is extracted from Hie rock. The raw ore is in sight at all times, next the pulp; then the amalgam, and finally the coined dollars. This gives visiiors a very isirrect idea of how mining It carried on in thiscounlrvand all hands seein deeply interested In iIih process, We are satisfied from the s'aiementH of Messrs, lililhnuse, and Wren that Mr. Stevenson's centennial mill has not been I'airlv criticised liv certain parties from this .Stale who have inspected It. The most reasons* bit conclusion is that the«e unfavora ble accounts Imve had their origin in the old committee quarrel which waxad so warm last year. Senator Htevenom's mill is undoubtedly a aucceaa. Chinese Thike.— Charley Ah Sum, • light-fingered heathen who wan in l (he employ of John S. ('apron, ripped I aw.upleof revolvers from his em ployer a few days ago. The (VIestia! (nief we. arrested hy officer MeKee, wno took him before Justice Beany, where he was found guilty of petit lar ceny and sentenced in pay a tine of fii. „ ''"prisoned in the county jail for 25 day*. He took the days. A New Orb Concentrator. — A patent has been issued to Geo. Ginn, of Belinont, Nev., for a new ore con centrator. The ore falls upon a series n sieves of diminishing mesh, and from them upon a aeries of incline In wmble,£lr,re*' wl,U:h “re provided fv,r Hk,He bar!*' A btaat Of air I* surface*"1 Ween the 8laV88 and Thanks.—The Sentinel folks, irre “PeHlve of party, return thanks to B. 0 a and Martin Pontonla for the wi?.P!L",?nt * number of bottles of which6*?* *° 1,8 °^ce« tlie contents of tlilriow'^8**8 "Pe^dilv Concealed by the ami 7 P,rints1 ‘n drinking happiness ox .owl-*nued prosperity to tlie lucky Vhere U| the Matamoras mine. Humored.—It was reported on the streets, yesterday, bul we do not kuow ■u*|«orlty, that the Man (•Ins, '|M 8t Al,M,l" was about to ion JOW!,n 0,1 ac,'ou,,t of the ilepreda gtory h Ver' VVo du “ot credit the Piochrrs Passing Through.— udge Pitaer, John Quinlan and John -rtmt, of Pioche. arrived in town on inornll6? "* ? 8ia*e a"d le,t on this fniiig a train tor Virginia City. Piochk Bullion.—Two bars of bu|. 7'nJrT Pl?ol,e< v“lued at $3,058.75, for Sa£W1dJooUll8ttl0rnlUg’S lrBiU BATTLE OF THE BOTNE. An item on this subject Was pre pared for yesterday’s Sentinel, but by mistake did not appear. July 12th is the recognized anniversary af that memorable event, though as a matter of fact the battle occurred July 1, 101)0. The Society of Orangemen commemorate that decisive struggle even to tide day. In Eureka quite a large number of those who revere the memory of King William observed the day in a satisfactory and enthusi astic manner. William III., at, the bead of the allied Protestant forces, 186 years ago, knocked the socks otr of the ex Monarch Janies II., who com manded the French and Irish refugee army. The fight occurred in Ireland, on the river Boyne, arid the had blood engendered at that time still wields an influence in some of the larger cities In this country. During the last few years, however, we have heard of no trouble on the part of either faction, and it is to be hoped tiiat the day has passed when any set of people will at tempt to interfere with tiie undoubted rights of another class equally enti tied to tiie privilege of keeping green the memory of any event they may choose to commemorate. This is a free country where all may act pretty mlicit as they please, so Ion);' as they do uot infringe the right - of others. The anniversary of the Battle of tiie Boyne brought out a great many or age-colored n"",r,,"« to Eureka. Assault wua to Kill.— Roger Kirhy and Luke Burns were ar rested yesterday near Pinto by oflicer McKee. The former is charged witii assault and battery and a complaint has been filed against them both joint ly charging them with intent to kill Daniel Holliday, a teamster. Tiie pro secuting witness says lie was on his way into town last Tuesday with his team and had oamfied for the night be tween here and Pinto. As he was sleeping under liis wsgon, Kirby and Burns came up and commenced abusing him. The former caught hold of him and commenced healing him with his flat, wlnle tlie latter covered him with a pistol. Holliday finally broke away Iroin hi« assailant, and as lie was running llurnes fired three shots from liis pistol, without hitting him. however. This is tiie story told by Holliday. Tliev were each hell in the sum of $1,00(1 for their ap jiearam-e for examination in the Police Court to day. anil in default of bail Were committed to jail. An Insane Prisoner.—We publish below an item from the Parson Appeal which possesses a local interest. The prisoner referred to was crazy at the time he committed the deed, a lact welj known to Judge Beatty at the time he passed sentence upon him. His in carceration in a dungeon in the State Prison during ihe last five years has heen a disgrace to our State and civili zation. There has not been a dav that ltales ha* not been as crazy as a bed bug. Following is tlie item front the Appeal: "The Board of Pardons of I lie State have decided to send John tiates to the Insane Asylum at Wood bridge, (tales was tried in While Pine county for murder in the second de gree, for killing John M ick, was cm t ided and sentenced to contliiement in the Stale Prison for life. Some (line since he became crazy and is so bad that it has been necessary to chain him in a ••ell (o keep him from Injur ing himself or those about him.” A Horse Thief. —As II. Brisehaker was coming down Hall's canyon yes terday, lie met a chap mounted upon one of his horses and lending another horse and a mule also belonging to him. Mr. Brisehaker asked the man wliut lie was doing witli the aiiiumls, when the fellow m ele some Himsv ex cuse. diamnun'ed, left the annuals in charge of their owner anil started oil' on the trail leading lo the Newark mill. He was evidently in tits act ol stealing the animals, and would doubt less have got awav with them but for his opportune meeting with their owner. Convicted Again.—The case of William MiClear, Indicted for rape, was eontinued at Elko on Friday, and at” P. M. was Hiibmitted to the jury, winch, after about an hour’s cm'iil a ti in, returned a verdict of guilty of an attempt in commit rape.— Pa. Ohroiti cle. The crime for which McClear was convicted was committed in Pine Val iev about a year ago. He was con victed under the old jury law, got a new trial, and as above slated was again convicted. Thk K K. — We are creditably in formed that the K K mine and works will tie started up al an early period. W. Arrington has been appointed su peri teudent, and we understand that there lias been an en'ire ehange in the management in San Francisco. There is a large amount ol accessible ore in the K K, and (lie resumption of op*r at ions by the company will lend to the improvement of limes in the town and district. A Brand New Baiiy.—As will bn noticed under the appropriate head, our stalwart fellow-citizen Walter B. llarrub Is the happy daddy of a brand new baby, which was Ihii-ii in Oakland. California, yesterday. The Sentinel's press-gang celebrated the Joyous event by surround.ng numerous pickages of sparkling fluid furnished by the paternal author of the little Oaklander aforesaid. Stagk to Warp City.—The Eureka and Pioclie stage line is being changed so as to take in Ward City. Tills camp Is growing rapidly, and the proposed change will prove a great ootivenieip e to the penp'e there, as it will al*o ill ure to tile pecuniary benefit of the proprietors of the stage line. The first trip will he made on the new route about the first, of next week. To be Rebuilt.—Workmen were engHged yesterday in tearing down the old Buttercup furnaces. They will be rebuilt with all the latest improve inents for working the ore of tin- Matu moras mine, which was recently pur chased by parties from the East. Cosmopolitan Hotel.—Jacob Van derlieth has purchased the Cosmopoli tan hotel on the corner of Main and Bateman streets. The house has been newly fitted up, Is in one of the most desirable locations in the town snd will be kept in every resjiect as a first class lodging house. The rooms are spacious and well fnrniahed; will tie neatly kept.and every attention will lie paid io tho«e who may favor the pro prietor with their patronage. See ad vertisement under the head of *' New To Day.” A Mistake.—At the Parker House yesterday a prominent citizen laid a ten-dnllar gold note on tlie counter to pay for the “ neck-wash.” The hill was either blown or aeciden'aliy brushed off. when a bystander, doubt less mistaking it for a note on tlie Medicated Bank, hastily seized ar.d de parted lo negotiate It in Die rear of die premises. When overhauled by the irate liarkeeper he disgnrued without a murmur. No arrests Hnd no cards. Preferable.—The duck who has lieen in the habit of torturing the ears of the frequenters of the dancing estab lishment, next door to the Sentinel office, with hia vocal screeches, was considerably under the intiuence of lortv-rod lienziue, last night, so he varied Ills ,oertormun>-e with a series of drunken yel|« and howls, whh-li, dis cordant as they were, were infinitely preferable to the horrible noise which he calls singing. Miners’ Union.Notice.—There will he a meeting of the Ruhy Hill Miners’ Union at their hall on Ruhy Hill, on Friday, July 14, a' 8 o’clock p. m. All memiiers are requested to tie present, as business of importance will come before the meeting. Alfred Vince, Secretary. SPECIAL NOTICES. Compa*io!VsvH ail!—Officers and members of Star of Hope Encampment No. 12.1 C. of £• C.. are earnestly requested to attend the ses sion this evening at h o’clock sliarp,for instal lation, initia ion ai d work in the degrees. By order. ALfll'»NSE MAWKES, E. C. Mi**ik Hkkrino, Acting Secretary. jyH-tf _^_ Lost, July 5th, between Eureka and Fi«h Cr ek, one dress pattern, corn-colored organ die, with a satin stripe. The finder will be suitably rewarded bv leaving it the Skntinki. office, or at Kish Creek Station. '1 he name of the undersigned is on tho wrapper and hand kerchief. Mrs. race. jyl2*l w _ _ Thk ** Golden Rule” is an establishment where all parties d-«irirg to purchase goods can rely on a one-price system and fair deal ing. • io there, then, everybody, ami see ** Joe,1’’at the GULDEN RULE jSTmUE, three doors below liana Knight’s corner, and ad joining Ed Looney’s saloon. Main street. iyll-tf _ ^ _ M4M ■■*». apl9 Rooms to Lkt. —We have fitted up the old Criterion llnil, over our store, into suites ot rooms, which wo will rent unfurnished for otlices or sleeping rooms. 1 bis i« the most desirable I ora ion in town, and parties desir ing <o real will do well to make iiimieuiatc application to U. DCNKEL «k CO. jc21 tl Whit shall we d*» to be saved? Go to Geo. L. Ott to get your hor-es shod for S3; all o’hcr work »jr one-third less than tho usual price. Work first-class and one price. Sec advertisement in this paper. m> 17-tf fiiMllh. ap!9 Watcher and jewelry neatly ropaired. If you want to have your watches and jorelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to H. Steler’a jewelry store, one door south of S. Asliim A Co., Mai.i streot, £l-apli>Lf Joe, of thetloldon Rule Store, has added to hi- ordinary stock of good- n line of good and sub-laniial hoots and shoes; also hats end cans. Call and be assured that he sells CHEAl’ FUR CASH. ie/r-lf MUI ll*M. apie New Goon*.—The largest stock of Swiss mulle, Victoria lawn, Hishop's lawn and .lacknotte, just arrived at <1. I'unkel ,v Co’ , from New Vork. Uur oniiro stock of cloth ing is for sale. Special.—An eniire now stock just received at the Golden liulo, embracing the latest -tylos in calico. Cb viol aod woolen shirts, summer iindcnl'tlii' g. etc., which will bo solJCHEAi' FOR CASH. juiT-tf F'ukr a tun Rooms to Lar.—A suite of two room*, bands unoly furni-h d. in a private bu.irdmg-boii-e. Apply at MILS. BEEN i on Si>ring street juJ4-tf Ice cream froexer and outfit for sale at the Golden Ru e. Call and secure a bargain. je.7-tl IIIHII'S. apl9 Mocha coffee, tongues and sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackers. The above is a fresh invoice ai Airs. A-biin’s iuy2-tf Get your Cigars. Tobacco, Cutlery, Station ery and Notions at the Guidon Rule. _jcifotf Seed.—Gard a Seed. (lower and vegetable, alfulfa, etc.,at Mrs. M. A. Ashim. mr&ttf To prevkrt corelaQRaTIor and save money, go to Clark’s and buy I'owner’s oil. jololf n«Mir*>. api" ASSAY OFFICE -ARP BULLION MEL UNO ROOMS. WHOM AS PRICE (FORMERLY OF THE 1 San Francisco Assaying and Refining Horks', having fitted up the old i acific Mail building, Ni. 624 Sacra nenfo street,, e rnoi of L“ide*doiff. as an Assay "flice, | Chemical Laboratory and Itulli**n Looms, is now prumir> d to inaM) assays o the precious and useful me'als ami their ores as web as eoiupl *te or partial aliA y*os of nil the miner als, sa.ts, \vat< is or ottior substances that mnv be desired, and i* prepared to receive Hullim for melting into liars, refining, part ing and coinage, special attention being paid to th ' n atment of liar iiullion, and he hones that hi? long r sidem o and experience in his prof ssion will entitle him to a r< asonnble portion of the business of his friends and the public generally. iuyl2-3m For Sale, rpilE LEASE ANH FUKNITUREOF T1IE I El' K Eli A L'llKHNli-llCtiM:. The abo>o (n.|*finv h’Utso bus been now'y papered Hnd lilt d up, i» al»o in aood repair. Ik centrally KitUHtcd un Main street. For terms, apply on the promises, previ ous to July 1st. jelltf M1SCELLANEO US. R. SADLER & CO.. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. DEALERSm GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Good* Drll?.r«1 Fre* of Chance. AGENTS FOR FOEBZaN AND BOMB INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf ATTENTION! rpilE CORNER SALOON OF THACHER 1 li CO. will bo closed on the 15th ins ant for repairs. Until further notice, 1 will sell, up to the 15th in.-lunt, a LOT OF GOODS such as GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES ! Fine Gold and Silver Chains ! DIAMONDS! And a general assortment of PISTOLS, RIFLES, GUNS, KNIVES. CARTRIDGES, CLOCKS, And s great ninny other articles, which will be dispos d of regardless of value, for CASH only. Those Winchester Improved Rifles, 71 col. 44, you pay at a regular gunshop SHO; 1 will sell them at 540 and 545: and those Whistlers at 550. Call and examino my large stock of Goods RWAIl those ind btedtome must call and settle without tail. a>tf H. MANHEIM. HIRAM JOHNSON, Wbolosale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. t'lilcaga llnins mill llreaktiist Hacun. sugar cured, always on band. wWThreo doors north of Clark street, on tlain street. apllf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! pi ANDIES. FRUITS. NUTS ANDCONFEO VT10NEKY maniifac'ured by myself, at the new Confectionery Store, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers it Thran Klin's, No Old Imported Cot lectionery ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. jfisrl DEFY OPPOSITION. »T21-tt M. WRING. I MEAN BUSINESS ! I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A fine assortmens of jewoly for the holidays. Also a well selected stock of 1“ slL\ ER amt PLATED WARE, Cake Vt&j/ Baskets.Castors. I'ickle and Rutter Dishes, lohlnts. Napkin Rings, etc. My motto is: QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS WATCHES AND JEWELRY Repaired in a w« rkmanli e manner, and all work Run ran toed. Give mo a call. FRANK DURKEE. d?ltf LIVERY, FEED T and Sale Statole. i\C. CARI'KNTKR. H. HISHOF. BISHOP & CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPPO *ite the Turner House. Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs and a of line saddle-horses, and ar> prepared tj furnish CA ttUi.AU ES, BL'Gli I ES and SAL)L^LE-HOUSED at reasonable rates. Horses boardod by the day, week, or month, llay and Harley or sale. Ry fair-dealing, good stock, and strict ft4 rentiv.n to businoss, we hone to secure a fair •hare of pntronago. ap7tf W. P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. Iir 1 uL KK3P ON HAND AN ASSOHT f f monr of . lotewood Caskets of Every S^ylo, Coffin Trimmings, Etc. ft**" Funerals attended to with promptness mi all the arrangements made with care and ttontion. T hree doors north of Paxpm *y 'o'* 'lan\ . Main street Eureka. mhl# NOTICE TO PACKERS. PICK Ml’LKS VVANTKD TOP UK WOOD to the blue Jacket Min Join many’s mill, in bull Run District, r.Iko Out nty. A trai of ironi 40 touO mules can have steady and profitable employment. For particulars, apply at ♦ he Sfktinkt. of fice. or at the blue Jacaei M ill, jell-2w J. D. ANDREWS. PRINTING. Owing to its Superior Facilities, THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can be executed all kinds of JOB PRINTING AT LOWE R RATES Than any other Office in the Slate. The Best Democratic Paper. rOR THE CAMFAION The Virginia Evening Chronicle for $4. 1MIE POLITICAL EVENTS OF TIIE Presidential campaign will bo copiously sot forth in tho Virginia Kvknino Chroniclk, and tho Itaily Edition will bo mailed, postage paid, to any address in Nevsda or California, from July 1st till the end of Novembor,for$l. The Ea rning Chroniclk has Special Corres pondents in Washington, New York, St. Louis and San Francisco, and subscribers can rely upon be kept thoroughly posted. The Comstock Alining Reports and Local Nows of Virginia are moro fully detailed in tho Evkninq Chroniclk than in any other newspaper, and being issued but three hours before tho departure of the mail train, its news is 21 hours ahead of the Enterprise. Address EVENING CHRONICLE. je27-lm Virginia, Nevada. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 1WIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE . spectfully announce that he has been ap pointed agent for tha Principal American and foreign Fire Insurance Companies, And is now prepared to take insurance in Eurokn and Ruby Hill. Business promptly attended to. BENJ. C, LEVY. Agency at the office of W. B. llarrub. South Spring street, near Richmond furnace. jy«tr THE NEW STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. Corner of Buel and Bateman streets. Eureka. TEST ARRIVED—A WAGON-LOAD OF Centennial Fourth of .1 ul.v goods, consist ing of Hags and emblems of all descriptions. Ihavea lot of LADIES’ LN'DERWEAR, which 1 will sell below eosu Vegetables, Fresh from the gardens of California, arrive on every train. jeiff-tf MRS. M. A. ASHIM. J. B. KEEN. Veterinary Surgeon. Having had 37 years- ma experience, 1 feel confident in my ability to treat successfully all diseases peculiar to HORSES, Wc^1 *> MELES and CATTLE. I ran be found at Bishop k Carpenter's ataWo, on South Main r reet. oJt DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, dte. DRY COODS^ FOR THE MILTJON ! MEYERS ft FRANKLIN Beg to inform their . i.adt and gentlemen friends that their l*e* ■sense stock of Spring ft Summer Dry Good* —AMD— CLOTH I N O Ha* arrived, and the? invite them to inspeet the beautiful goods at their establishment before purchasing elsewhere. Their stock consists In part of SUMMER SILKS In plain, plaid and itripaf, «f nawaat ihadaa. PONGEES AND XOHAIB GOODS! Carmelite Cloths, Baleros, Lawns, Linens, Etc. An endless variety in Hosiery, Embroidery Corsets, Kid Gloves, Laces, etc. Parasols la all Colon aad data. Ladies’, Mieses’ and Children’s Trimmad Hats of the very latest styles from the most fashionable milliners. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERY BEST MAKERS. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is complete, and should be inspected, as II consists of every article appertaining to a Fliat-Class Clothing Establishment! Our motto is t« Clive the beet tiseds for the least Money. As one of the firm is residing in San Fran cisco, all orders will be punctually attended METERS ft FRANKLIN ap23 GREAT BARGAINS —AT THE jwjBiiiT^a@isiEr J. COHN & BRO., Proprietors. CLOTHING! C )THINO! CLOTHING! FOR THE MILLION! After ten days’steady unpack ing, we are now ready to meet our customers, and offer to the publio the moat oomplete and extensive stock of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING That has ever been brought to this part of the country, at prioee so low as to astonish the closest buyer. THE STOCK, Consists of new and beautiful pattern! of Fronch, English and American csssimore Suits: Diagonal Suits, of the latest ■tyle; Hats, Boots, and Shoes, and everything required —in a— First-Class Clothing Store. Wo call especial attention to 200 Cassimere Suits, at >12 50 per suit, and 200 Bonansa Suits ut $17 50. «nr Don’t purchase before you examine ear mammoth stock.'OU THE WHITE HOUSE! MAIN STREET. EUREKA. NEV. I. count * BKO„ PROPRIETORS. ( Batf