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^ETia EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY. NEVADA. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14. 1876. NO. 90
_——HT1—1—I ~ II Hi | | tmmm I —————— ————il——————— eureka daily sentinel. rCBLI1H,D bvT^7mobniyo (KCKI'T wokiuy) —BY— CASSIDY A DENNIS. , h. pimn- __ et0- »• C*M,BT S«!Kste%= » « .n.. e»lor«Br.le.l until ..aid for. democratic county con vention. riajlF. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CRN 1 tral Committee of Eureka county. > e *da.»t a meeting b«M in EuroBa, on tho *VUe»ofv'«l^*" * ,’ount-T Contention of tho ftimneratie pertr for Eureka county, Net,, n.r the purno.'eof nominutin* candidatea for fiit. and county officer., to be elected et the oanere|Delection of Nurembor. 1870, be held . , ,he toon of Eurolta, in the Court-houee, oa meatier. the 26th day eDieptember. I*;«, at II *'el*rk. A. H. Keaolrod, That the primary oloetione in tho itreral precinct, be hold on Naturdny, Kcplnnhrr 1C. 1070. Theeommittea mado an apportionment ef delegate, from the felloiriag preeiuete. Tilt Delegates. Bureka, preeinet No. I... lurel.a, preract No S. Matamoraf. Atis*... Hsmbii'g. finis Cr*ek. Pinto Will,..... Vanderbilt.. Spring Valley-. Pa toy Hill, proper. Ceriei . jj-iewawo. Palisade... I.ouck’s Ranch—Devil's (iaio. Kebart’s Creok.-•*. Vfill<»*v Crook.*. p u to • II ill—Richmond. f|ca*ant Valley-. sc<,u’» llanoh... Tutsi.—.. •* It errs resolved, that, at the different poll ing placos, on the day of the primary eieclioa, lb© citiaene should organ le and a .point Js.lgosand Invpoctor* of Election; and that the polling places, in ihe populous prociuete. be kept open from Iff o’clock a. m. until f r. m. Resolved, That the tost at th© primaries he, ** Will you support Tilden and llendrichs in the seining campaign?” A. BEN EDICT, I. C. LOCKWOOD, Secretary. Chsiroian. aufttd Rep'Mcan County Convention. riMIK REPUBLICAN COUNTY CENTRAL I Committee of Burek n Coun*», Nevada, at ii meeting hoi I in Eureka on tin evening of August +Jth, 1875. it evolved. I'htt a County Conrontion of thu Republican party of k. roka t ounty. X ovada, bj held in tin town of Eureka, at the Court house. on Saturday, tin ••Oil* day of Septem ber, 1871, ai 11 o’cIock a. m., fur tho purpoao of nominating candidates for county and township officers to bo elected at the gen eral ole. lion of November, 1874. . esolved. That tbw primary elections in the toveral precincts be h«ld on Saturday, mor tem er 23d, D7*. I he * uiniD)tt >e made an apportionment of delv. at os from the fo lowing precincts, vis: Eureka 37 dolngate: pulls, Courr-ho ise: Judge* and Inspector#, J. Li. Ayers, T. Doug las, < h ri*. Carponter. Jackson Mine ami South Ruby Hill, IS Jol ogatss; polls. Matt. KyU* saloon; Judges ami inspector#, Seth Lang* ba igh, Harry l.eatle, Jerry Coughlin. Kn hru >nd Mint, 4 delegate* ; polls, Cem- I yany’l office. Allas Mine, 2 delegates; polls, hoisting I wor. s Hamburg Mine, 1 delegate; polls, Cobb's board inn-house. Pinto Mil , i delegate ; poll*. .Sampson's. Vandoroilt, 2 delegates; poll*, Haylund's salo >n. Fish Creok, 2 delcgatos ; polls. McKornon's ranch. Conforth's Ranch, 1 delegate; polls. Con forth’s. Spring Valley. I doUg.it); poll*, MeCough* la's ranch. g Adam* till1 1 delegate; polls, Adams Hill boarding-houm. Devi*'* Hate, 1 delegate; polls, Andy Lmi.-k'* hot*)!. Rob iris Creok, 1 del gato; polls, Richard son's hotel. Cortez, 2 delegates ; polls, Cort«r hot-l. Baownwe, 1 dolggato ; poll*. Railroad Sts* ti«*n. PalDade, 2 delcgatos; polls, John Mar ebam's store. Mineral Hill, 1 delegate; polls, Railroad Houso. Aipuii, i in*i ’pu n , omir u, fchipley's Rauch, 1 doleg&te ; pulls, bhip lev’s ninch. Huosac, I delegate ; polls, Hob Stewart's aoute. Mtumoras, 1 dologate; po Is, Piantoni , House. Kesolvad, That the polls bo kept open from 3 o’clock r. u. until 7 o'clock r. u. Iteiolred. That all I'rooinets where Judges and Inspectors have not been appointed, tho i voters select the same to act ns such. Kemlyed. Tho only tost to ho applied to ^®tars is a pledge to sippoit llayos and ’’ hoeler at tho coming election. m T W. ||. DAVfcNPUhT,Chairman. W. J. SMITH, Secretary. au2i'-td foKririAi.J 1>R0P0SEI) AMKNDMKNT AND KEYIS I lot of tho Constitution of the State of Vevada, hassod at the seventh session of tho legislature : Resolved, by tho Assembly, tho Senate con cjirr.ug, that the Constitution of tho State of Nevada he amended a* follow*: Amend section ono of Article IX. of tho Constitution of tho Stbto of Nevada, so as to read us follow*; cMCCioQ 1. The fiscal year shall commence on the first day of Decomber in each year, n i •*an»*ary 19, 1875. ivesolvod, by tho Assembly, tho Senateenn 2rr>n*. that our history, as a State, lias taught i s the necessity of rovising tho Con stitution* wo thoroforo recommend tho eloc jors, at tho neat election foi mom hors of tho R«*i«lature, to vote lor or against tho calling oi a Convention for lb* purpose of revising Me Constitution of the State of Novada. i assed February 18, 1875. I hereby certify the foregoing to be true copies jrom tho original enrolled resolutions oni file in my office. |h. S.) Witness my hand and the Groat “••Iff tho State. August!, 1*76. J. D. MINOR, See'y of State. JACOB B. LANGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor, " ext door to International Hotel, Main atroot, tln» a Flue Stock or Imported French Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cassimores, Vestings, Eto., 'I'ilRECT KROM NEW YORK. ON HAND. I r Iln will furnish a fine suit of clothed, and "• guaranteed for less cush than onj elude l" State,and Sun Eranciiro notex np4-tf Democratic Platform. Adopted by the l>emoern)le Mnte Convention, nt Virginia City, Aujcnvt 20th. 1»78. Wo, tho Dolegatos of tho Democratic Party of tho State of Nevada, in convention assem bled, do hereby declare— First-Our unfaltering and cordial adher ence to tho declaration of principle contain'd in tho platform of the National Democratic Convention, which convened at St. Louis on the 27tb day of J unc, 1S7H. Second—We declare our adherence and our earnest and zeal ms support foSamuel J. Til den and Thomas A. Hendricks, tho nominees of tho N atioi.al Domocrncv tor tho oflicos of Prosident and Vice President of tho l'nitrd Sia"*s, and that we view with catisfaetion the candidacy of these groat representatives of reform, who, if elected, will carry into effect tho pledgus made in their luttors of uccept ance and in the platform of tho National Democratic Con* ntion. Third— We declare that we are in favOr of maintaing a free public school system, and w© arc unalterably opposed to any division of tho funds thereof, or to any-religions or soc tarian interference therewith. Fourth -That religious lib *r^y and separa tion of Church from State are oardinal doc trines of the Democratic party, an* have ever boon maintained hy it. That wo^arn there fore unalterably opposed to political pro scription on account of religious faith and to any interference hy any rcligbus soot or crood in tba political affairs of tho country. t ilth Wo demand of the I'odtralflurern oiont the iinmediat j modification of the treaty , with tho Umpire of < hina, known as the Pur- ! Iingamo treaty, and such legislation arid treaty regulations as shull utterly abolish Chinese immigration to those shores, and w* declare that wo will support no one for office who is not determined and active in op por tion thereto. And wo denounce tho Kepubli tan party as being tho author of tho present system of coolie importation and Mongolian immigration to our country, through its blun dering logit otion and administration; and wo charge tho Republican party with having promoted and fostered and countenanced l.hiaeso immigration by a gross perversion ef the meaning, intent and scope of tho clause of the Declaration of Independence which de clares that “*»11 men are created oqnal,*# and we charge that the Republican partv is in sincere in its declaration of opposition to Chinese immigration, a^ evidenced by the de claration of its acknowledged loaders in it* National Convention at Cincinnati, and as evidenced by tho fact that in a neighboring State tho leader* of tho Republican party have a'sevsed and accepted funds fieri com panies engaged in the coolie tntfie for the u*e and benefit of the Republican party in tho pending political campaign. Siitb-Tbat wo view with satisfaction and point with prirto to tho labors of the present federal House ef Representative in unenrth* ing corruption and villainy in high places and having in a eiaglo year instit uted economies whereby tho expenses of tho Federal Gov ernment havo been reduced more than $30, 000,000, not withstanding tho determined op position and hostility ot tho loaders of the Republican partv in Congress. Seventh—Wo favor on economical adminis tration of our State, county and municipal governments; that taxation bo so regulated that no sarplus rovenuo bo aocurau a ted: that all properly including tho net proceeds of mines shall bear its equal burden of taxa tion, and we are opposed to any legislation in a y wise exempting such proceeds from taxa tion. ia. iff nth- i hat tno democratic part* or tnis State utterly repudiates tb© assertion ef its favoring tho payment of anv claims Jor slaves liberated, or any portion of the Confederate i wnrclairn* or WO NMIDtM the full ami final settlement of these questions by the j I ifte. nth Amendment to tho Constitution of the United Sta'es. which provides: "The validity of th.» public debt of tho United S ato*, noth ri/.cd by law, including debts ‘er payment of pension* and bounties for services ie suppressing insurrection oi rebellioe, •hnil net b > questioned, but neither the United States nor uny State shall assume er pay aay debt or obligation incurred ia aid of insur rection er rebellion against tho United States, •r aay c.aim for tho loss or e naaepation of anv s ave; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be hold illegal and void." Ninth - That we charge upon the Republi can Congress tho clandestine, surreptitious and fraudulent passing of tho act of March. Ih7d, demonetizing silver That wo denounce t hat act a* an infamous outrage <*n tho debtor class of the 1 nited States, resulting n* it has in inn casing their burdens to the startling amount of ovor $400,000,000. That wo dv nouneo that act as in an extreme degree in imical and disastrous to the people of Novnda by mainly causing tho immense depreciation of the vuUiecf silver nod thereby prostrating and puralv/ing the great leading industry of silver mining in this State. That we demand tho restoration of tho doub o standard of gold and silver, and wo call upon all the peo ple in this State, disrogurding minor issues, to solidly support that party which has evidenc ed bv its vote in the present C ongress its deter mination to do us ample justice in this vital question. Tomb Tho rule of the Republican party during the eleven years past ha.* been ebarac torued* by Corruption and oppression, of which modern despotism furnishes no paral lel. Professing to be the party of liberty anti progress, it has with armed mom invaded legislative bodies of sovereign Slates of the Union in violation «»f the fundamental law, thereby imperiling the existence of free gov ernment. while Advocating tho restoration of fraternal relations with tho people of tin* States of tho South, it has misgoverned that unhappv section by moans disgraceful to a civilized ami Christian age. fly the incite ment of riot and insurrection it has main tained it* supremacy in the gouth— a suprem acy which has entailed prostrate industries, uncultivated fields ami general bankruptcy upon u once prosperous people, with loua promises to tho country ol reform in the civil service, of tho reduction of expenditures in the departments of tbo Government, it has presented to tho country and tho world tho humilitating spectacle of the ncquittAl of a high officer of the Government successfully impeached for high crimes; of tho enforced resignation of cabinet officials, because their purity **f charaotoi and fear less prosecution of thioves rendered such officials no longer u^Uiiii iu lun j'iiiiy miiiingui»u mum' in tho Revenue Department perpetrated by j their official!, who, instead of punishment for their crimes, are protected hv the Chief Mag istrate of the nation; of fraud in the Interior Department whoreby the “Indian Ring” has purloined tho appropriation* made by Con gress to the Indian tribes, thereby instigat ing Maid tribes to war, with it* attendant hor ror*, upon a dofeiiFolos* frontier; ol currup tion in the band Offico of the Government whereby decision* disposing of tho Home stead, Preemption and Mining rights of the citizent hnvo been bought Rnd sold; of fraud in tho Navy Department wherein many mil linn* have been expended ostensibly tor the mnintonanco of rotten ships and their arma ments, but in reality for the enrichment of it* high official* and tho campaign purposes of the party. Of fraud in the advancement by tho Government of million* of the public moneys to private banking institutions known to bo on tho vorgo of bankruptcy. Of corrup tion in tho Executive Department in the ap pointment of dishonest individuals a* United State* J udgos. Marshals and Revenue officers, by whom the administration of justice ha* boon brought into contempt and tho revenue of tho people stolen. By tho porpetration of these high crime* and misdemeanors by the leader* of tho party in power, wo claim that it is no longer entitled to tho contidoncoof the Amoricnn people. We therefore earn estly and cordially invite all men of whatso ever past affiliation*, who love their country better than a party name, to unite with us in an effort to restore in tho Government of our country those habits of simplicity and purity which characterized the earlier and hotter day* of tho Rep iblic. MISCKLLA NEO UIS. WM. M. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHiNG ! AT THE CORNER OK MAIN AND CLARK STREETS* EUREKA, NEVADA. <WAOSM' FGll DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. >TM. U. CLARK. Eureka, April 8, ltC8. apStf FRANK ABADXZJ, Real Estate Dealer BI EL STREET.EUREKA, NEV Office In ike ISricU ISiiiltliuflr. IWOULb RBSPRCTfc'ULLT ANNOUNCE that 1 am praparod to bay. loll end niort gage real ©stale in Eureka, and alio advance money on good security. ileuses tv roat suitable tor business or for families. 1 am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. T will still continue mv wholesale liquor es tabiiihmert. PRANK ABAD1E. mrlt-tf LIVERY, FEED AND ^3aie staple. c.«. carcrst**. h. bishop. BISHOP & CARPEKTEXL ^OI TH MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPPO kH «ito the Tumor House. Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a lumber of elegant turn outs and a lor. ot fine •addb'-horses, and nro prepared to furnish CAKRIAOES, HCtiD IKS and SADDLE-IIl()R>ES at reasonable rate*. Horses boarded by the day. week, or month. Nay and Harley or rale, fly fair-dealing, good stock. and strict at tention to business, wo hone to secure a lair share of natronago. ap7tf JUST RECEIVED -AT J. H. MICHEL'S. MAIN ST.. EUREKA, Pint door abore IV, II. StcieolPe Drug Store, A fre»h stook of Stationery of nil kinds, Uigurs and Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipes, Cutlery, Toys. And fancy goods of all kinds. N. U.-A choice lot ef ALBUMS for holi day presents (18 tf TEA AMD PHYSIC. A Mixed Chinese Advertisement. TAR. CUM WINO, THE CELEBRATED I " Chinese Physician, takes this method of informing the public that he has located in Kuroka. llo treats successfully all diseases to which the flesh is heir. OfTico at Sin Sam Ivee’s store, in Chinatown. All of th« choicest brands of Chinese Teas are also to bo found at the well.stocked storo of Sin Sam Kee. Prices lowor than any other establishment in town. jyllltf Private School ! A PRIVATE SCHOOL WILL BE opened by MRS. HETZEL on Monday, the 24th Iisntant. For the prosont tho school will bo hold in the vestry-room of St. .1 nines’ Episcopal Church. Terms: For children advanced beyond tho Third Reader (and including French), per Week, Sl.nO. For children loss advanced, por week, $1.50. a p2i-lm_ WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELECRAPH MONEY ORDERS. SIMMS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO A t.-nsmit money by telegraph to all points on tho Pacific Coast, and to all prinei* Sal cities and towns thlr Mighout the Cnitod tatos. For torms. apply to Local Agents. ie5-tf THE NEW STORE. MRS. M. A. ASH1M. Corner of Buol and Bateman stroots, Eureka. JUST ARRIVED—A WAGON-LOAD OF Centennial Fourth of July goods, consist ing of Sags and emblems of nil desariptions. 1 haven lot of LADIES’ UNDERWEAR, which I will sell below coat. Vegetables, Fresh from tho gardens of California, arrive on every train. jo27-tf MRS. M. A. AbUIM. SOCIETIES. | Eureka Li)tlge,No.l6,F.&jUV1. it? Stated Communications of Eit. roka Lod*o, No. lt>t F. & A. M., will bo bold in Masonic Ilall, on ev«rj Saturday on or F'rocedin* the full iic*»n m ©Hf-n tuonin. Called Cocul. anications every Saturday Rvening. Mom born of lister lodges, and fojourning o*ctbren in good standing, aro cordially in r» *od to attend. , JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. II. JonNpow, Sccrctmy. 15-jal2 St. John's.Cb/p • r. It. 5, Royal Arch R£;-.sor.3. The st a ted c< ’ > i mun ic a - TIONS of.St. John*? Chapter, No. 5, I . A. M., will b? hold in MA SONIC IIAIiL, on the Second and ruunn m auii 1 i.v 01 oacn month, Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Koyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. T). K. BA1LY, II. P. W. Wermuth. Secretary. myl4 K. of P. KATII’H! 1,0IK-F., Xo. 7. K. of P.. holds its regular conventions on evorv FRIDAY EVENING of each month, at 7:.S0 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in Gdd Follow’s Hail. All sojourning mem bers in good standing are eordial'y invited to attend. W. H. DAVENPORT, €. G. E. R. Doi gk, K. of R. and Evrcka. Nev., .Inly. 20, 1870. 23-1f I. O. <3. IP. .1. ^ j meMs Every lilt,'li.SliA I EVENING, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o’clock p. m. All mem born in good standing are cordially invited to attend. Til OS. LASPEYRE, N. G. Lamurrt Molinelli, ►‘■fecretary. l0-jy20 A. O. XX. aMIE A. 0. H. moat every fir*t anTl third SATURDAY EVENING of each month, at 8 o'oclock, at the cornor of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. TUGS. HALEY, President. P, F. Splame. Secretary. au7 MM Chanty Degree, I.O.O.F. 1M1E REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE Rebokah Charity Degree Ledge, I, 0. 0. F.t will bo hold ia tbo Odd Fellows Hall, oa the first and third E'RIDAYS of each month, at 7,’» o'clock v. M. W.ll. DAVENPORT, ELS. Dan. Kathan, Sec’y. 5-tf • LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121. rpHE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS JL Society take place on the first and third Mondays of each month, in Odd Follows’ Hall, at 7:30 o’clock sharp. All brethren in good standing are invited to attend. Joshua tinungly, w. m. A. G. McKenzie, Secretary. au4-tf Anti-Chinese Club of Eureka Meets at the court-house the: second and fourth SATURDAYS of each month at t> o’clock r. m. O. H. MILLER. President. Gao. W. Tratkrn, Secretary. je'AVtf San Jose Savings Jlank, 2Sw Santa Clara Stroot San Jose, Cal.. Capital Stock, - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin. $300,000. Assets Jan. 1„ 1C75,$1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, bear ing interest FROM DA TE OF DEPOS IT «t SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelv* months. Receipts are proferable to pass books, be cause the interest is paid promptly at th« '•nd 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 desired, and same rate of interest allowed. Deposits from the interior, or from any part of the Fnited States or Europe, may be sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or New York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting vrill state the time for which the deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or Pass Book—as preforrod—will bo promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. JOHN II. MOORE, li. H. RKYNOLDSire mh7-ly President. Cash, 1 MEAN ISIS I NESS ! T HAVE JUST DECEIVED A q I lino assortmens of jowely for tho ft holidays. Also a well selected stock of 1“ SI LV Eli and PLATED WAKE. Cake ' jhiiiuh0, vupiuip, i icimu ami nuuui A/miiur. Goblet*, Napkin King*, etc. My motto is: QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS WATCHES AND JEWELRY Repaired in a workmanli e manner, and all work guaranteed. Give me a call. FRANK DURKEE. _d21tf_ F. L.OE WY BEOS TO INFORM HIS friends that ho nas bought tho agency of J. 11. M1011AE1. for all the CMtprn Papers. Periodical*. Magn clue* and fashion Kooks. And is prepared to doliver them to his sub scribers at their (dace of residence F K »•; E OF € 1IARUE! OFFICE, at Q. Young’s Gunsmith's Shop. Main street. LAMBERT MOLINELLI, Notary pi hi.ic aid SEARCH ER of RECORDS. Copyist, General Collector and Real Ksta’ Agent. Legal instruments ef all descriptions care fatly executed. OFFICE—In tho Law Office of Geo. W. Baker. jy2-tf POLL TAX. \ POLE TAX OF FOUR DOLLARS IS now duo tho State, for the yoar 1S.7«5. by each male inhabitant over tho ago of twenty-one and under sixty years. Please call at the As sessor’s office and settle. J. C. POWELL, County Assessor. lA'P.r.ki, Nov., April 2b. Ife7j. j ap29 MTM'EI.r.A SEOUS. EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA L L M V E It 10 H I* A A1. South Mii;n Street, Eureka. Nevada a n d California Xj,X3 ;iVOE3!TS3n. OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building: Lumber! A comnlote assortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE -LOWEST CASH ' RATES. d7tf F. & C. E.. CO. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery SW THE STATE ! —TU K— Fashion and the Dexter! Two (Katabllslinirnta UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! QADDL.fi HOUSES, BUfl O giea, Carriages, Kocka ways, W agonfl, etc., in endless 1 variety! Horses Bought and Sold 1 And n genera! livery business conducted in all : ns branches. Having obtained a permanent lease of the Kashion Stable— Walsh s old stand—I will in the future run the same in connection with the Hex ter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Both establishments will be opwn for busi ness day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand. Give me n cull. SWEENEY. _ GEORGE YOUNG Gunsmith and Cutler, BEOS TO IMEOKM THE ( public that ho has re moved from his old stand, near the Silver Hrick Saloon, to the opposite side, on Main street, < next to ij. Jianneiui's store, wtiere ho will b« happy to receive the patronage of his former easterners, ii* also informs the public that bo bss CONSTANTLY ON H A N 1> The finest anil largest assortment —op— GUNS AND PISTOLS Oi Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every othor article in the sporting line. A large assortment of Woatenliolut'H Cutlery, Itti tellers' Toots. Cttllloriila-iimtle Curving Sets. Kiizors. And all other goods partaining to this i at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, charges reasonable. Sureka. Fob. 17th. 1674. fol8-tf FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 'T'lIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE 1 spectfully announce thatlio has been ap pointed agent for the Principal American and Foreign Fire Insurance Companies, And is ro\f prepared to take insurance in Eureka und Ruby 11 ill. Business promptly attended to. BENJ. C. LEVY. Apency at the uflico of W. B. llarrub. South Si»ring street, near Richmond furnace. _iv6tf_ j.lktin. Eureka. I. simon, San Francisoo LEVIN & SIMON, IMPORTERS ANI) DEALERS IN CIGARS.TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Main Street, Eureka, Newaila. nl DAVID LUND BOM AS3AYER. Oflloe: Mntn street, opposite the Pio neer Kestnurniil. ttfl"Aeeurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MER very low rules will bp charged in the future, though fees will still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers uro required to pay in advance. Eurek a. August 22. 1871. au2S-tf W.P. HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. 1K7TLL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT If mont of Xoscwood Caskets oi Every Style, Coilin Trimming's, Etc. . «r»- Funorals attended to with promptness ind all the arrangements made with care and mention. Three doors north of Paxton Jk lo’s Lank. Main street Eureka. mhl8 CAYUGA WATER, TIIE Wonderful Chemistry of Nature. An iinfallible specific for Bright’s disease and other Kidney Affec tions; Liver Affections; Dyspepsia and other Diseases of tho Stomach; Idles or Hemor rhoids; Bheumatism in all forms; Gout; Gravel or Stone, and all Diseases ot tho Frin ary Organs; Scrofula; Jaundice; Fever and Ague; General Debility; Nervous Prostra tion; St in Disease, such as "ait iiheam. Scald Head, Chronic Floors, lilotchos, Pimples, etc. I»r. I.. Terry, Agent for Eureka, TAYLOR A BOROWSKY, ■Sole agents for the Pacific const. 1 Principal depot, San I runci-co. nulSlf HOTELS, ETC. UN I TEDSTATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN THE O mo‘ t approved style. Fish, Game, And tan bflst BEEF. PORK and MUTION to l.e procured in tlio market. Meals at all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Past' y for ball suppors gotten up on short notiee. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All articles dolivored free of charge. Orders solicited. au28tf TURNER HOUSeT MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. This house has' been refitted throughout, onntaining a largo number of COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for families or single gontlomen. Bar and Billiard room, with a fine as sortment of LtQURS and CIGARS. Attached thereto i» n Flmt-CIass Bra tnurnnl, under the eontrol of MKS. JOHN A. STEEl.K, whore patrons can be furnished with All the delicacies of the season, audtf B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. MOCH’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eureka ani ltaby Hill, and the public in goneral, that I have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will eonduet the same As a First-Class fiating-honse Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that 1 will do all in my power to please. MKS. .pmA. MOCH. Piocbo Daily Record copy, fe23-lro Hurrah forjhe Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals, 37 1-2 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On and after November. 1, 1875, the above I prices ni jibe charged at the Silver Brick. o24tf WAI. GILLEN, Proprietor. 1 The Pioneer Restaurant, Upposito J. S. Whitton's Stone Storo, Main Street, Eureka. GEO. P. LUNOGRLN i' \\f ILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS TT old triends at his house at any time. At tho PIOBEEB they will find The Tables Supplied with all the delicacies that can bo obtained, and the Pioneer shall be as well kept as any Restaurant in Eureka. (live me a call and see how entirely you will bo suited. jel7 J. L. HIKCKLET. J. H. LOCKWOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. rplIF. ROOMS ARE SPACIOUS AND X supplied with Spring Reds throughout. T1IE BAR Is furnishod with the finest Liquors and Cigars tho* can bo purchased. A Fitsl-elass Hentnnraiit on the First Floor. Tho Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont S.ages, all stop at this House. jl4>nlti EUREKA FOUNDRY. I.. C. ANDERSON, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Eureka Foundry, it now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.' with Castings of A11 Descriptions t also. Machine Work. BB* Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hand) ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at tho foundry, or address ed to L. C. ANDERSON, Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada. Will roceive prompt attention. o20tf RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanks 400,000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. \ITATER. WILL BE FURNISHED IN IT Roby Ilill, in any desired quantities, at all seaso. § of the year, at a uniform rate and lower than c„n bo furnished from any other source. W ater delivered twice daily to pri vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging from **4 to 50 cents apiceo will he sold at the office of the company on Ruby ilill. W.B. HARRVB Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent, my2* »t FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. \ITE RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY THE YY public of Fureku and Ruby Ilill that w« have been appointed Agents for the Paterson, N. J., Fire Insurance Company; Also for the CALIFORNIA FARMERS’ MUTUAL HUE INSURANCE ASSOCIA TION, and are prepared to take risk* in the above or in any ot the principal American or foreign tiro insurance companies, at the low est rates. LEVIN A SIMQN. Cignr s’ore. two doors below Meyers A Franklin’s, Eureka, Nevada. jySO-lm |»H PXIKTINM OF ALL KINDS, EX. | ecuted with dispatch at the SENTINEL | printing Otlioe.