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WL.XU EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12. 1876. NO. 88
eubuka daily sentinel PUBLISHED KVKKY HORNING (EXCEPT MONDAY) —RT— CASSIDY & DENNIS. ,,BNH. DEMIS. _ CKO. W. CASSIDY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Onecepy.ono yenr, by mail....$15 00 a”,copy, fix months, by mail..... 8 DO "„ throo months, by mall. o 00 BSPor's forwarded until paid for. DEMOCRATIC county con vention. PIIIIE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CEN I trill Committee of Eureka county, No rVi* at a ineoting held in Kuroka, on the evening of August 5, 1878, Resolved That a County Convention of tho nemocratie party for Eurclta county, Nov., for tho purpose of ruminating candidates for State and scanty officers, to bo elected at tho tenoral election of November, 1876 be hold in tho town of Eureka, in tho Court-houac, on Tuesday, the 26th (lay of September, 1870, at II o'eloeh, A. M. Resolved, That the primary electioni in the mvcral precincts bo held on Saturday, September 10. 1870. Tho eommittoo mado nn apportionment of delegate! from the following pracinoti, via: Delegates. Kuroka, proeinot No. 1...—.*.}» inreka. precinct No *. Matamoras. 1 Atlas... » Jlambii'g. J Fish Creek.-. J RiDto Mill.- * Vanderbilt. ? Spring Valley. I r.aby Hill, proper.-. • i Cortot. ■ Beuwaw*. * Talisado...;•■■•••••. J 1,ouek’s Ranch—Dovil’e Uato. s Robert’s Crook.-. I Willow ( reek. . » Ruhr Hill—Richmond. 4 Pleasant Valla?. $ Scott’s Ranch. 1 Total...•» It W3.« rojol.oil, that, nt tho difforont poll inc placus, on tho day of tho primary election, the citizani ihould organ'ze and appoint jadgo* nnd Inspoctorr of Election; and that tho polling plnocs, in tho populous precincts, in kept upon from 10 o'clock i. a. until 7 r. a. Rmnlrod, That tho tost at the primaries bo, •MTillyou support Tildon and Hendricks in tho coming campaign?” A. BE-N EDICT, i. C. LOCKWOOD, hacrotary. Chairman. nuStd Rspublican County Convention. flMIE REPUB Lit JAN COUNTY CENTRAL l Committoo of Eureka County, Nevada, at a mooting hold in Eureka on the evening of August 2«)tfi, 1875, Kosolued, That a County Convention of tho Republican party of Eureka County, Nevada, Do hold in tho town of Eureka, at the Court liouso, on Saturday, the ROth day of Septem ber, 1S7i, at 11 o’clock >. u., for the purposo of nominating candidates for county and township officer* to bo elected at tho gen eral olo-’tion of November, 1S7*5. Resolved, That tho primary ejections in tho sovoral precincts be huld on Saturday, Sep tember 25d, D7i. Tho Coninrtto* raado an apportionment of dolouatos irons the following precincts, viz: Euroka -'17 delegate: polls, Court-houso: Judges and Inspectors, J. B. Ayers, T. Doug las, Chris. Carpenter. Jackson Mine and South Ruby Hill, 115 del egates; polls. Matt. Kyl*s saloon; Judges nnd inspector*, Seth Lang.’biiugh, Harry Roatle, Jerry Coughlin. Richmond Mina, i delegates; polls, Com many’s oflico. Atlas Mina, 2 delegates ; polls, hoisting worrti. Hamburg Mine, 1 delogato; polls, Cobb’s boarding-house. Pinto Mil*, 1 delegate ; polls, Sampson’s. Vanderbilt, .2 delegates; polls, Uayland’s saloon. Kish Crook, 2 delegates ; polls, McKernen’s ranch. Con orth’s Ranch, 1 delegate ; polls, Con forth’s. Spring Valloy, 1 dologate ; polls, McCough la’s ranch. Adams Hill, 1 delegate ; polls, Adams Hill buarding-houso Devil’s Hato, 1 delcgato; polls, Andy Louek’s hotel. Roborts Crook, 1 dologate; polls, Richard son's hotel. Cortez, 2 delcgato* ; polls, Cortez hot<d. Beowawo, 1 delogato ; polls, Railroad Sta tion. Palhado, 2 dolegatos; polls, John Mar chant’s store. Mineral llill, 1 delogato; polls, Railroad House. Alpha, 1 delcgato; polls. Railroad Station. hhipley’s Ranch, I delogato ; polls. Ship ley’s ranch. lioosuc, 1 dologate ; polls, Hob Stewart’s house. Matamoras, 1 delogato; polls, Piantoni House. Resolved, That the polls bo koptopon from 3 o’clock p. u. until 7 o’clock r. m. Resolved, That all Precincts where Judges and Inspectors have not been appointed, tho voters select tho same to act as such. Resolved. Tho only tost to bo applied to voters is n pledge to s ippott Hayes and ” hoolor at tho coming election. W. H. DAY ENPORT, Chairman. W. J. SMITH, Secretary. au2n-td [official. J Proposed amendment and revis ioa of tho Constitution of tho Stato of Nevada, passed at tho seventh session of tho Legislature: Resolved, by tho Assombly, tho Sonato con carr.ng, that th ? Constitution of tho Stato of Nevada bo amended a* follows? Amend section ono of Article IX. of tho Constitution of tho Stato of Nevada, so as to road as follows; Section 1. The fiscal year shall commence on tho first day of December in each year, jawed January 19, 1875. Unsolved, by tho Assembly, the Senate con curring, that our history, as a State, has taught i s tho necessity of revising tho Con stitution; wothoroforo recommond tho elec tors, at tho next election foi members of the legislature, to vote for or against tho calling a konvention for tho purpose of revising the Constitution of tho Stato of Nevada. A assed l'obruary 18, 1875. I.horoby cortify the foregoing to be true copies trom tho original onrollod resolutions on hlo in my office. c *«§•'. Witness my hand and tho Great A?«al of the Stato. August 1, 1876. auJ-td J. D. MINOR, Soc’y of State. JACOB B. LANGSTROFF, Mercha nt Tailor, S'extdoorto International Hotel, Mninttreot, Han a Fine Stork of Imported French Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cassimcres, Vestings, Eto., TURECr FROM NEW YOKK.ON HAND. ~Tv * ? w“‘ furnish a fine suit of clothot>, and an toed for less cash than any t*119 Sub Francisco notux* api-tf Democratic Platform. Ailnptcil by tho Ueinorrnllc Ktntc Convention, nt VirKliiin City, August 29tll, IS'O. Wo, the Relegates of tho Domocrntie Party of the Stuto of Nevada, in convention assem bled, do boroby declnre— First—Our unfaltering and cordinl ndhor cnco to the declaration of principle contained in tho platform of tho National Democratic Convention, which convened at St. Louis on the 27th day of Juno, lf>7d. Second—Wodoclnro our adhcrenco and our enrnest and zealous support to Samuel J. Til don and Thomas A. Hendricks, the numinous of tho National Democracy lor tho offices of President an I Vico President of tho Lnited States, and that wo view with satisfaction the candidacy of these groat representatives of rearm, who, if elected, will carry into effect tho pledges made in their Lttors of accept ance and in the platform of tho National Democratic Convention. Third—Wc declare that we are in favor of maintoing a free publie school system, and we are unalterably opposed to any division of the funds thereof, or to any religious or sec tarian interference therewith. Fourth—That religious liberty and separa tion of Chureli from State nro cardinal doe trinos of tho Democratic pnrty.ai.il havoever bean maintained by it. That wo aru there fore unalterably npposod to political pro scription on account of religious fnith and to any interference by any religious scat or creed in the political affairs of the country. Fifth —We demand of tho F'od-ral (lovern mont the immediate modification of the treaty with the Flmpire of China, known as tho 15ur lingamo treaty, and auch legislation and treaty regulations ns shall uttorly abolish Chinese immigration to those shoros. end we declare that we will support no one for office who is not detoruiinod and active in opposi tion thereto. And we denounce tho llopubli tan pnrty as being tha author of tho prosoat system of coolio importation and Mongolian immigration to our country, through its blun dering legis ation and administration; and we charge the Republican party with having promoted and fosterod and countenanced Chinese immigration by a gross perversion of tho meaning, intent and scope of the clause ! of tho Declaration of Indopendonee which do ciares tnat an men are created equal, ana wo charge that tho Republican party is in-1 sincere in its declaration of opposition to Chinos© immigration, as evidenced by the de claration of its acknowledged leaders in its i National Convention at Cincinnati, and as evidenced by thn fact that in a neighboring State tho lenders of the Republican party havo assessed and accepted funds from com panies engaged in tho coolie trafic for tho use and benefit of tho Republican party in the ponding political campaign. Sixth—That wo view with satisfaction and 1 point with pride to the labors of tho present Federal House of Representative in unearth ing corruption and villainy in high places and having in a single year instituted economics whereby tho expenses of tho Foderal Gov ernment havo boon reduced more than S30, 000,000, notwithstanding the determined op position and hostility ot tfco loaders of the Republican party in Congress. Seventh—We favor on economical adminis tration of our State, county and municipal governments; that taxation be so regulated that no surplus rovenuo be accumulated; that all property including ih© not proceeds of mines shall bear its equal burden of taxa tion, and woaro opposed to any legislation in any wise oxemptin^ such procoeds from taxa tion. Eighth—That tho Democratic pnrtv of this State utterly repudiates tho assertion of its favoring tho payment of any claims forslavos liberated, or any r-ortion of tho Confederate war claims or debt. We recognize the full and finm1 settlement of theso questions by tho Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution of tho United States, which provides: “The validity of th« public debt ot tho United States, authorized bylaw, including debts for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection 01 rebellion, shall not be questioned, but neither tho United States nor any State shall assume or pay aay debt or obligation incurred in aid of insur rection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for tho loss or emancipation of any s.a ve; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.” N inth -That we charge upon the Republi can Congress the clandestine, surreptitious un i fraudulent passing of the act of March, l«s7 l, demonetizing silver. Th.it wo denounce that act as an infamous outrage on the dobtor class of the United States, resulting as it has in incieasing their burdens to tho startling amount of over S400,000,000. That we de nounce that act as in an extreme degree in imical and disastrous to tho people of Nevada by mainly catling tho immense depreciation of the value of silver and thereby prostrating and paralyzing tho great loading industry of silver mining in this State. That we demand tho restoration of the double standard of gold and silver, and wo call upon all the peo ple in this State, disregarding minor issues, to solidly support that parry which has evidenc ed by its vote in the present Congress its deter mination to do us umplo justice in this vital question. Tenth—Tho rule of the Republican party during tho eleven years past has been charac terized by corruption and oppression, of which modern despotism furnishes no paral lel. Professing to be the party of liberty and progress, it has with armed mem invaded legislative bodies of sovereign States of the Union in violation of the fundamental law, thereby imperiling tho existence of freo gov ernment. While advocating the. restoration of fratornal relations with the people of tho States of tho South, it has misgoverned that unhappy section by means disgraceful to a civilized and Christian age. By tho incite ment of riot and insurrection it has main tained its supremacy in the South—a suprem acy which has entailed prostrate industries, uncultivated fields and general bankruptcy upon a once prosperous people. W ith loud promises to tho country of reform in the civil service, of tho reduction of expenditures in tho departments of the Government, it has presented to tho country and tho world tho humilitatiiig spectacle of the acquittal of a high officer of tho Government successfully impeached for high crimes; of tho onforcod resignation of cabinet officials, because their purity of character and fearless prosecution of thioves rendered such officials no longer upuiui u> luu puny nnumguiis, ui iniuus in tho ltovonue Department porpetratod by thoir officials, who, instead of punishment for their crimes, are protected by tho Chief Mag istrate of tho nation; of fraud in the Interior Department whereby the "Indian Ring” has purloined tho appropriations made by Con gress to the Indian tribes, thoroby instigat ing said tribes to war, with its attendant hor rors, upon a defenseless frontier; ofeurrup tion in the Land Offico of tho Government whereby decisions disposing of tho Home stead, Pre-emption and Mining rights of the eitizom havo been bought and sold; of fraud in the Navy Department wheroin many mil linns have beon expended ostensibly tor tho maintonanco of rotten ships and their arma ments, but in reality for tho enrichment of its high officials and tho campaign purposes of tho party. Of fraud in tho advancement by tho Government of millions of tho public moneys to privato banking institutions known to be on the verge of bankruptcy. Of corrup tion in tho Kxecutlve Department in the aj> poinluiont of dishonest individuals as United States J udges. Marshals and Revenue officors, by whom the administration of justice has been brought into contempt and the rovonue of the people stolon. liy tho perpetration of those high crimes und misdemeanors by the loaders of the party in power, we claim that it is no longer entitled to the confidence of the American people. We therefore earn estly and cordially invite all men of whatso ever past affiliations, who love their country hotter than a party name, to unite with us in an effort to restore in tho Government of our country those habits of simplicity and parity which ehari.et iri/.od tho oarliur and bettor d.ijs of tho liopiblie. MISCKL LA N FA) VS. WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! AX T1IE CORNER OF MAIN AN1) CLARK STREETS* EUREKA, NEVADA. os-AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. n. CLARK. Eureka, April 6, 1870, apStf FRANK ABADIE. Real Estate Dealer BCEL> STREET.EUREKA. KEY Ollice In the lli ick llnildlnw. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that I am prepared to buy. sell and mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also adran.e monoy on good seturity. Houses to rent suitable tor business or for families. I am also prepared to de a general contrast ing business. 1 will still continue mv wholesalo liquor cs tablishmect. FRANK ABAD1K. mrli-tf LIVERY' FEED AND Sale Sta~ble. 9.0. OS Rl’KNTNIt, It. BISHOP. BISHOP & CARPENTER. OOUTH MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPPO O site the Turner Houso, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outsandalut ot fine saddle-horsos, nnd are prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, Rl'GGIES and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, weok, or month. Ray nnd Barley 'or sale. By fair-dealing, good stock, nnd strict at lention to business, wo hope t« secure a fair ihnro of patronage. ap'tf NEW CLOTHING STORE. Gents Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Fresh, Fashionable and Cheap. J UST OPEN FED, SOUTH OF I’AXTON Si CO’S BANK. Tho cheapest goods in town FOR MONEY SAM. GOLDSTONE, jolotf Proprietor. TEA AND PHYSIC. A Mixed Chinese Advertisement. DR. CUM WING, THE CELEBRATED Chinese Physician, takes this method of informing tho public that ho has located in Euroka. lie treats successfully all diseasos to which the flesh is heir. Oflico at Sin Sam Koo’s store, in Chinatown. All of tho choicest brands of ChinesoTcns are also to be found at the well.stocked storo of Sin Sam Kee. l’ricos lower than any other establishment in town. jylOtf Private School ! A PRIVATE SCHOOL \\ ILL BE opened by MRS. 11ETZEL on Nomlny, tlie 24th InstHiit. For tho present the school will be hold in the vestry-room of St. James’ Episcopal Church. Terms: For children advanced beyond tho Third Render ^and including French), por week, $1.50. For children loss advnnoed, por weok, $1.50. ap2i-lm ____ WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELECRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'inns company is prepared to A transmit monoy by telegraph to all points on tho Pacific Coast, and to all princi pal cities and towns thkyughout the United States. For torms. apply to Local Agonti.f ie5-tf r. H. HARMON, County clerk, and ex-officio Clerk of the District Coart of tho Sixth ludieial District, in nnd for tho County of Sureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, '.n all its brunches, correctly executed. Ao tnowledgmeuts. Affidavits, etc., taken in any •art of tho town. Office: Front corner room at the Court louse. dft-.ini I EGA I. HIAN US. OF ALL DKSOR1I' t tiuns. printed to ordor at the SliNTIUKl. 1 ttfioe. SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge, No. 16, F.&A. M. /A The Stated Communications of Eu'. Vifiys^reka Lodge, No. IK, F. A A. M„ will be held in Masonic Hall, on every Np Saturday on or preceding the full noon in each month. Called C'otnL. anications every Saturday Evening. Members of tister lodges, and sojourning urothren in good standing, uro cordially in 71 ted to atterd. „ . JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. II. Johnson. Secretary. lo-jal2 St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch RIr.sons. rPHE STATED CGMMUNICA- asm* X TIONS ofSt. John's Chapter, No. Sf/K V .% I. A. M„ will bo hold in MA SONIC IIALL, on the Second and *OTw6 Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each m gith. Called Communications on all other V\ ,dncsday evening*. All Royal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. D. E. DAILY, H. P. AY. Wkrmuth, Secretary. uiyll ~K. of P. Beatific lodge, no. t, k.oi p., holds its regular conventions on every FRIDAY EVENING af each month, at 7:80 o'clock, *harp, at its Castlollall, in Udd Fellow’s Hall. All sojourning mem bers in good standing arc cordially invited to attend. AY. H. DAVENPORT, <2. C. E. R. Dough, K. of K. und S. Evroka. N ov„ J uly. 20, 1878. 28- tf 1. 0. oTfT IiUJREKA LODGE, NO. 22, j meets Every THE US DA A EVENING, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock r. m. All members in good standing aro cordially invited to attond. THUS. LASi’EYRE, N. 0. Lambert Momnki.li, Secretary. 10-jy20 A.. On JEai.,, r,pIIE A. 0. II. most every tkst and third JL SATURDAY EVENING of each month, at 8 o‘oclock, at tho corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notico. THUS. 1IALEY, President. P, F. Sflame, Secretary. au7 ReMati Chanty Dope. I.O.O.F. rpiIE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE X Kebokah Charity Degree Ledge, I, 0. 0. K., will bo hold in tho Odd Fellows Hall, on tho first and third FRIDAYS of each month, at7‘s o'clock p. m. W. H. DAVENPORT, N. G. Dan. Nathan, Soc’y. 5-tf LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121. rpilE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS X Society take place on tho first and third Mondays of each month, in Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7:110 o’clock sharp. All brethren in good standing aro invited to attend. JOSHUA TIN UNO LY, XV. M. A. 0. McKknzmc, Socrctary. au4-tf Anti-Chinese Club of Eureka Meets at the court-house the second and fourth SATURDAY'S of each month at 6 o’clock p. m. U. H. MILLER, President. Gro. W. Travkrs, Socrctary. je25-tf ~ £UKEHA GUARDS. | ATTENTION, COMPANY! | Regular meeting for drill ev ery THURSDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock sharp. myl-tf L. R. KELEY. Captain. Sail Jose Savings hank, 2SG Santa Clara Street San Jose, Cal., Capital Stock, - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Assets Jan. 1,, 1875, $1.324,1.55.52. Deposit receipts issued, beak ing interest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelve months. Receipts nro preferable to pass books, be cause tho interest is? paid promptly at th< end of six months from date of each deposit, they may also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will .be paid to holder. Pass books issued, if dosired, and same rate of interest allowed. Deposits from the interior, ortrom any part of the United States or Europe, may bo sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or New York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting will state the time for which tho deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or Pass Book—as preferred—will bo promptly returned. Remittances in Curroncy Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. JOHN 11. MOORE, 11. II. KEYNOLDSire mh7-ly President. Cash, 1 MAX BUSINESS ! T HAVE JUST RECEIVED L fine assortment! of jewoly for tho "*\ holidays. Also a well selected stock of tt SILVER and PLATED WAKE,Cake MjtJ’’ Daskots, Castors, l'ickle and lluttor Dishes, Goblets, Napkin Rings, otc. My motto is: QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS WATCHES AND J EWELRY Uopairod in a workmanli o manner, and all work guaranteed. Give mo a call. FRANK DURKKE. d'lltf F. LOE WT Begs to inform ms friends that he has bought the agency of J. 11, M1C11A13R for all tho Eastern Papers, Periodicals, Maga zines and Push ion Kooks, And is prepared to deliver them to his sub scribers at thoir place of residence FREE OF C II A It « E ! OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop, Main street. LAMBERT MOLINELLI, NOTARY’ PlTil.lt' AX1) SEARCH ER of RECORDS. Copyist, General Collector and Real Ksta* Agont. Legal instruments of all descriptions care fall.v executed. OFFICE-In tho Law Office of Geo. W. Baker. jy--tf For Sale. A SALOON, BAB AND FIXTURES. AT ,Y a reasonable price. For particulars, applv I'M 0 DOORS RELOW THE Ejt I'RESS OFi* ICE. au26-tf M rSCEL I. A V EO US. For £3<akl©. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY! r|THK PUBLIC CA.7 PURCHASE FOR 1 CASH, or approved paper, tiiof Hewing described property: Thirty No. 1 Work Horses and Mules; Quartz, Wood and Coal Wagons: Harness Strech* ers, Etc., Etc.; or Teams Complete, if De sired ; FIVE THOUSAND GOOD SECOND HAND BARLEY SACKS; ONE CART AND HARNESS; Also my Dwelling TIouse, Situate et the head of Spring street, containing six rooms and a hall; also Iho property at the fo3t of Buel street, known as the Davis property, consisting of a largo Adobe House, con taining fifteon rooms, in excellent repair, suitable for a hotel or lodg ing-house. And the largo stablos adjoining, with a ca pacity of stabling one hundrod head of animals, with a coral attached; —ALSO— ONE I R O N F il A M E PIANO In perfect order, of the celebrated Mathu shek make. All of the above described property I will sell at a bargain. j3-tf W. B. EAR BUB. JUST a,EC2IV£S -AT J. H. MICHEL’S. MAIN ST., EUREKA, First door above W. H. Stowell’s Drug Store, A fresh stock of Stationery of all kinds. Cigars and Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipes, Cutlery, Toys, And fancy goods of all kinds. X. B.—A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi day presents. dStf THE NEW STORE. DIHS. til. A. ASHIM. Corner of Buel and Bateman streets, Eureka. TUST ARRIVED-A WAGON-LOAD OF ?/ Centennial Fourth of July goods, consist ing of flags and emblems of all descriptions. 1 have a lot of LADIES* UNDERWEAR, which 1 will sell below cos:. Vegetables, Fresh from the gardens of California, arrive on every train. jo27-tf MRS. M. A. AS1IIM. DAVID LUNDBOM ASSA-STBSt. Olflce: IHaiu root, opposite ilio Plo* uoi?r Host a lira in t. Accurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MER very low rates will be charged in the future, though fees will still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Eurek a. August 22, 1873. au23-tf W.P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. tlTlLL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT n ruent of Jcscwood Caskets of Every S:ylc, Collin Trimmings, Etc. e>-9m Funerals attended to with promptness md all the arrangements made with care and .ttention. Three doors north of Paxton cV ,Vs Bank, Main street Eureka. mhl8 POLL TAX. ^ TULL TAX OF FOUR DOLLARS IS now duo the State, for the year lb'll, by each male inhabitant over the ago of twenty-one and under sixty years. Please call at tho As sessor’s office and settle. J. C. POWELL, County Assessor. Euei'ka, Nov., April 29,1S76. _ap29_ T. DETTER rpAKES THIS METHOD OF IX FOR MINT. 1 tho public that ho has opened tho finest BATHING & SHAVING SALOON In Eureka, in the building known as tho Sil ver Brick, on North Main streot. Private entrance for Indies en Duel street. My patrons are assured that no pains will bo spared for their isooinniedation and com fort. jol5-tf ---——--i(V— FIRE INSURANCE AGENCV^L '|M1E UNDERPINNED MOVED i • 1 spoctfully announce that he has been pointed agent for tho Principal American ana ioreign Fire Insurance Companies, And is now prepared to take insurance in Eureka and Ruby Hill. Business promptly attended to. KEN J. 0, BEVY. Agency at the oiftce of \V. B. Harrub, Pouth Spring street, near Richmond furnace. jyOtf HOTELS, ETC. UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES, IN THE most approved style, Fish, Game, And the best REEF, PORK and MUTTON to be procured in the murkot. Meal* at all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Pastry for ball suppers gotton up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All articles delivorod free of charge. Orders solicited. au23tf TURNER HOUSE. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN REFITTED throughout, containing a largo number of COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for families or singlo gontlemem Bar and Billiard room, with a fino as sortment of LlyURS and CIGARS. Attached thereto is a First-Class Res taurant, under the control of MRS. JOHN A. STEELE, where patrons can bo furnished with all the delicacies of the soason. auiltf B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. MOCH’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY frionds in Eureka an j Ruby Hill, and tbo public in general, that I have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will conduct the same As a First-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that I will do all in my power to please. MRS. JNO. A. MOCH. Pioche Daily Record copy, fe231m Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals, 37 X-2 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main stroet. Eureka. On and after November, 1, 1875, the above prices wi ))be charged at the Silver llrick. o2!tf WM. GILLEN. Proprietor. The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. Whitton‘s Stone Store, Main Stroet, Euroka. GEO. F. FUND GREET \\T ILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS Tf old friends at his house at any time. At the PIOSEEB they will find The Tables Supplied with all iho delicacies that can be obtained, and the Pioneer shAll be as well kept as any Restaurant in Eureka. Give me a call and see how entirely you will be suited. jel7 J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. risilF. ROOMS ABE SPACIOUS AND JL supplied with Spring Beds throughout. THE BAR Is furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars that can to purchased. A Flint-class Restaurant on the First Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont S.ages, all stop at this llouso. jll-nlfi EUREKA FOUNDRY. X.. C. ANDERSON, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Eureka Foundry, it now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.' with Castings of All Descriptions; also. Machine Work. Jtk£f~ Orders from Austin, Belmont, llamil ton, and Mineral liil! solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address, edto L. C. ANDERSON, Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada. Will receive prompt attention. o20tf RUBY HILL” WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanks 400.000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. \17-ATER will be furnished in || lvvby Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate and lower than e.n be furnished front any other source. Water delivered twice daily to pri vate families, minors’ cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging from 6V4 to 50 cents apiece will fa sold at the office of the company on Ruby llill. W.B. HARRUB Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. my'Jfi u_ FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. \\T E RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY THE if public of Euroka and Ruby aIiII that wo have been appointed Agents for the Paterson, N. J., Fire Insurance Company; Also for the CALIFORNIA FARMERS’ MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE . ASS.OCl A I ION and nro prepared to take risk* in the above or in any ot the principal American or foreign tire insurance companies, at the low est rates. LEA IN S SIMON. cigar s’ore. two doors below Movers ,V Franklin’s. Euroka, Nevada. jyol>-lm | at is [’RINIIMi W ALL KINDS, FX ,! ecuted with dispatch at the SENTINEL punting Office.