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KVKHT MORN.RO (R*0«PT MONl.AT)
— by—
CASSIDY <& DENNIS.
r CKO. W. CASSIDY.
j.UN H. DKNMW. __
tkRMS OF SIBSCKIPTION:
2"® ^nv' throe nvinthu, by mail . 5.0
DEMOCRATIC county con
u VENTION.
rnat DEMOCRATIC COL-STY CRN
I tral Committee of Kureka county. No
Ada. at a meeting h*M in bureka, on tho
evening ®fA*jt“ a i'omify Convention of tho
r.' Jr.iic party for bureka county. Key..
PS’ihflourtoi'o o{ nominating eandidatea for
ar d Munty officers, to bo elected at the
bt*ton j . . (■ November, 187(1. be hahl
j^'thc to»B ofbur.ka, in the Court-house, o.
Tueadny, tlx1 ><ih ,,“J «* ‘•.■[ilombcr.
I*7e. "t II e‘«le*k, A. M.
Resolved, That the primary oleetions in the
(ovoral precincts be held on
Aatsirilny, Keptember 1«. 1%7».
The committee made an apportionment of
doleyate* from the fallowing preeiuoti, ri*:
9 .legates.
jiuroku. proeirot No. I .— .—. Ik
(ureka. preemet No. I.:.II
Metaruorna. 1
Atlas-.*. j
if am but*. J
Rials Crock. t
Pinto Mill.- *
Vanderbilt.. J
Spring Valley. «
Raby Illll, proper.-. *
Cortes. *
Ilaewawe. t
Palisade. *
l.ouck’s Ranch—LMml’i Uatu. fi
Rwb«rt*« * r*»ek...- . I
Willow (’rook. 1
fluk» Hill — Richmond. 4
J»|<asant Valley. *
fisatt'i Ranch. 1
Total.
II wsr resolved, that, at th • dilferont poll
in* place*, on tho day of the primary election,
tkc citizen* abould organ io and aopoint
Jadgeiand Ins pee tors of Election; and that
th* polling plat**, in lha populous pracietts.
ba kapt open from 19 o’alook a. u. until 7 p. u
Resolved, That th*R test at th > primaries be.
•‘Will you support Tilden and Hendricks in
tho coming cam pai*o7M
A. UlSN KDldl i <J. C. LOCK WOOD,
oscrutary. Chairutan.
aultd
Repufan County Convention.
rIM1K RR1TBMCAN COUNTY CENTRAL
I Committee of Fcirek a County, Nevada, at
a meeting h«J I in Kuroka on tho evening of
August 2>tU, 1*7j.
licfolr&tl, That n County Convunti**n of tho
Republican party of l. .reka <'uunty, Nevnda,
t»o held in tb*» town of Kur<»ka, at ti e (ourt
house. on .''afurday, tb«* TOtli day of Septem
ber. 187). af II o’cIock a. u., for the purpose
of nooiinatirg cand'datei 'or county ond
township officers to b* alee tod at the gen
•r*l election o November, IS76.
hesolvnd. That tho pri ii.ary elections in tho
sivral pr«e inf*» bo h*dd on ."-aturduy, >c|>
tem *r 1 M, ll 78
I he CoiutHitteo made an apportionment of
delo-ato* iro n the following precinct* vis:
Soroka 77 d legato : p* lls, Court-house;
Judges and Ins <octor% J. R. Ayers. 1. Houg
la«, Chris. Carpenter.
Jackson Mine nnd .South Ruby II ill, 16 abl
egates; poH*. Mutt. K>l-s sa'oon; Judges
*nd inspector . Seth Rang/ba g b, Harry
iieatle, Jorryt oughlin.
Ri binmhI Mine, 4 delegates ; poils, Cein
aanv'g office.
Atlas Mina, 2 d»logetcs ; poll*, hoisting
wor«*
Hamburg Mine, 1 delegate ; polls, Cobb’s
board ing-nouic.
[‘into Mil', 1 d jlefHto ; polls, Sampson’*.
Vanderbilt, .’J dolgues; polls, (iayland’s
salo hi.
I i«h Crook, 2 dolrgatos ; polls, McKornon’#
ranch.
Cun orth’s Ranch, ldelegato; polls, Con
forth’*.
Spring YaRcy, 1 delegate; poIRj, M*-Cough*
la’s ranch.
Adams iitlR l delegate ; pulls, Adams Jlill
boardmg-h iso
Hern's <>aio, 1 delegate; pulls, Andy
Lou k’s hotel.
Roberts Crook, I delegate; pell*, Richard
son'* hotel.
Cortex, 2 T l-eatos; polls. Cortex hot I.
Beowawc, l delegate ; polls. Railroad Sta
tion.
Palisade, 2 delegatus; polls, J.ljn Mar*
chain’* store.
Mineral Hill, 1 delegate; pulls, Railroad
iloiHO.
Alpha, 1 delegate; poll*. Railroad Stuti« n.
Ml ploy's Kuiich. 1 delegate ; polls, > Rip
ley's ranch.
lluiSHc, 1 doli gate ; polls, Rob Stewart's
hauls.
Matamoras*," 1 delegate; pol*, I’iantoni
II out I.
Resolved, That tho polls bo koptopon from
3 o’clock r. w. until 7 o’clock r. m.
Resolved. I hnt all Rrccinvts w here Judges
«nd Inspectors have not been uppointod, the
voters select tho same to act a- smh.
Resolved. The only tost to bo applied t"
»s a pledge to sippmt liaye* and
hooler st tho coming * lection.
. W. II. H A \ R\ 1‘ORT, Chairman.
W. J. SMITH, Secretary. au2"-td
forririAl,.]
I)liOPOSKI> AM KNPM ENT AND KEY IS.
*- ij>a of the Constitution of tho State of
Noyaua, passed at tho fovonth session i f the
Legislature ;
Iveaolved, by the Assembly, the Senate eon
cjirr.ng, that the Constitution of tho .State of
Nevada he amended us follow?:
Amend section ono of Article IN. of the
Const it it tion of tho State of Nevada, so us to
rend us follows;
Section 1. riio fiscal year shall commence
on the first day of December in each your.
I assed .iaiiuary lit, 187d.
Hanoi rod, by the Assembly, the Senate con
curring, thut our history, a? a State, has
Uught i » tho necessity of revising the Con
stitution; we theroforo recommend the elec
tors, at tho next election foi members of the
legislature, to vote for or against tho calling
•Convention for the purpose of revising
Uitfi onstitution of the Stnto of Nevada.
I used February 18, ls7o.
I hereby cortify the foregoing to be true
C0I>i?8 froiu the original enrolled resolutions
on.file in my office.
I li. iS.| \VitiiM«n niy hand and tho Great
feral of tho .State. August, I. 187b.
^uud-td .1. p. M | \uK, Soo’y of State.
JACOB B. LANOSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor,
iluxtduor to lntotnational ilotol, Main.troot,
II h« a Flue Stork or
Imported French Broadcloths,
Doeskins, Cassimcres,
Vestings, Eto.,
Direct from new yoke, on hand.
He will furnish a fine suit of clothes, and
exact fit guaranteed for loss cash than any
tailor in this Stute.uud Snn Francisco notex
cl uded.
apl-tf
Democratic Platform.
Adopted by the Deinoerntle State
Convention, a! Virginia City,
Auklift! 29th, 1876.
Wo, tho Delegates of tho Democratic Tarty
of tho State of Nevada, in convention assem
bled, do hereby declare—
First—Our unfaltering and cordial adher
ence to the declaration of principle eontained
in the platform of the National Democratic
Onrention, which convened at .?t. Louii on
the 27th dav of J . ne. 187d.
Second- Wo declare our adherereo and our
earnest an 1 real*.. s support to Samuel J. Til
don and '1 homes A. Hendricks, the nominee?
of the National Democracy lor tho offices of
President and Vice President ofa tho Duited
States, and that we view with satisfaction the
candidacy of thes^ great representatives of
reform, who, if elected, .fid carry into effect
the pledges made in their letters of accept
ance end in the pi itforna the National
Democratic Convention.
Third—Wo declare that w* aro in favor of
ruaintaing a free public school system, and
we ar« unalterably opposed to any division of
tho funds thereof, or to any religious or soe
tar an interference therewith.
Fourth—That religious liberty and separa
tion of Church from State are cardinal doc
trines of the Democratic party, and have ever
been maintained by it. 'That wo are there
for** unalterably opposod to political pro
scription on a- count of religious faith and to
any interference by any religious seat or creed
ia the po! ti-at jffair? of th-s country.
i ifth - We demand of the’Federal flb rm>
ruont the immediate modification ef tho treaty
with tho Empire of < Lina. khi nn as {lie Bar
lingnmo treaty, and sueh legislation and
treaty regulations ns si all utterly abolish
Cbm- se immigration to theso ihorei. ond wo
declare that we will support no one for office
who is not determined and active in opposi
tion thereto. And we donounco the Ropubli
ean party as being the author of the preseat
system of coolie importation and Mongolian 1
iiamigration to our country, through its blcn
dcring legis ation and administration; and we
charge the Republican party with having
promoted and fostered and countenanced
i h uese immigration by a gross perversion of
the meaning, intent and scope of the clause
of the Dec!iiration of Independence which de
clares that “all men are created equal,” and
we charge that the Republican part' is in
sincere in its declaration of opposition to
Chinese immigration, a? evidenced by the de
claration of it? acknowledged leaders in it«
National Convention at Cincinnati, and as
evidenced by the fact that iu a neighboring
Mate the lenders of the Republican party
have a<*o**od and accepted funds from com
panies engaged in the coolie trafie for tho use
and benefit of the Republican party ia the
pending political campaign.
Sixth 1 haf we view with satisfaction and
t aint with pride to the labors of tho present
Federal House of Re res ntative ic unearth
ing corruption and villainy in high places and
having in a single year instituted economies
whereby the expenses of tho Federal Hov
erninent have boon reduced more than $30,
000,000, not w ithsturding the determined op-]
politico anil liability ol the lenders of the ]
Rei . bllr u pai tj in (/ongrani.
Seventh—We favor an economical adminis
tration of our State, county and municipal
governments; that taxation bo so regulated
that no surplus rev vnue be accumulated;
that all property including tho net proceeds
'■f mines shall bear in equal burden of taxa
tion, and we nr • opposed to any h gislaiion in
h y w ise exempting such proceeds from taxa
tion.
rig mil l rial wi" puriv di irn«
** I a t »* utterly repudiate* the assertion of it?
favoring the i ayment of any c'aiuj* lor slave?
liberated, or any »*c»r11• n of the Confederate
w*r claims or debt. Wo rocogi.i o the full
at.d.linul settlement of those questions by the
I it to* nth Amendment to the Constitution of
the I nited States, which provid*?: "Tho
validity of thj public debt <d tho I’uited
S'ate?, autb ri-ed by la w, including debt* or
payment of pension? ui-d hountie* f< r « rrice?
in suppressing in? rrretn n <>i rebellion, shall
not b.i questioned, but neither the I nitad
State* nor any Stare shall a*?umo • r pay aay
debt or obligation incurred in nid of -nsur
rertion or rebellion against the 1 nited Stale.?,
or any claim for ike loss or ounne- nation of
any * u . e; b it a'l such debts, obligations and
claim? "brill be held illegal and void.”
Ninth That we charge upon the Republi
can Congress tho clandestine, surreptitious
and fraudulent passing of tho act of March,
1ST 1, demon- ti/ing silver That we denounce
that a f a* an infam jus outrage on the debtor
cl*??of the l nit'd Stat< s, res ilting a? it ba
in it ci casing their burden? to the startling
amount of over S400,UtK),000. That we de
nounce that act as in an extreme degree in
imical and disastrous to the people of Nevada
by mainlv causing tho immense depreciation
of tho value of silver and thereby prostrating
and pnralv/ing the great loading industry of
• dver mil ing in this State. I hat wo deniau 1
the restoration of the d«mb o standard of
gold and silver, and we call up-n .ill tho pc<
l 1 • in this Stut I*, disregarding minor i is nos, to
srdi 11 v ? ipport that party which ha?evidenc
ed by it? vole in the present Congr»*s? it* deter
mination to do us ample justice in this vital
question.
Tenth The rule of the Uepubli nn party
during the eleven years past has been charac
terized by corruption and oppression, ot
which inod» rn despotism furnishes no paral
lel. Professing to b » th«* paity of liberty and
progress, it has with armed mem invaded
b*gisiiitlve bodies of sovereign State? of the
I nion in violation of the fundamental law,
thoreby imperiling the existence of tree gov
ernment. Wbile advocating tho restoration
of fraternal relation? with the people of the
States of tho South, it has misgoverned that
unhappy section by means disgraceful to a
civilize.! and Christian age. By the incite
ment of riot and insurrection it has main
tained ifi supremacy in the South- a suprem
acy which ha* entailed prostrate industries,
uncultivated fields and general bnnhruptcy
upon a once prosperous people. With loud
promise? to the country of reform in tho civil
service, of the reduction of expenditure* in
tho departments of the Government, if bus
presented to the country and the world the
humilitating spectacle of the acquittal of a
high officer of the Government successfully
Impeached for high crimes; of tho enforced
resignation of cabinet officials, because their
purity <>t diameter ami tearies* prosecution
of thieve* rendered such officials no longer
useful to tho party managers; of frauds in
the Itevenuo department perpetrutod by
thoir officials, who, instead <»f punishment for
their crimes, are protected by the t hief Mag
istrate of tho nation; of fraud in the Interior
Department whereby tho “Indian King" has
purloined tho appropriations made by Con
gress to the Indian tribes, thereby instigat
ing said tribes to war, with its attendant hor
rors, upon a defenseless frontier; ot corrup
tion in the lmud Office of the Government
whereby decisions disposing of tho Home
stead, Presumption and Mining rights of tip*
citizen? have been bought and sold; of fraud
in the Navy Department wherein many uiil
linns have been expended ostensibly for the
maintenance of rotten ships and their arma
ments, but in reality for tho enrichment of
its high officials and tho campaign purposes
of the party. Of fraud in the advancement
b.v the Government of millions of the public
nionoys to privato banking institutions known
to be on tho verge of bankruptcy. Of corrup
tion in tho Executive Department in the ap
pointment of dishonest individuals as Tinted
States .1 udgos, Marshuls and Kevenue officers,
by whom ihe administration of justice has
been brought into contempt and the revenue
of the people stolen. Ky tho perpetration of
the«e high crimes and misdemeanors by the
leaders of tho party in power, we claim that
it is no longer entitled to tho contidonco of
the American people. We therefore earn*
ostly and cordially invite all men of whatso
ever pant affiliations, who love thoir country
hotter than a party name, to unite with us in
an effort to restore in the Government of our
country those habits of simplicity and purity
which characterized the earlier and bettor
days of tho Kepiblic.
MI St 'KL LA NKO US.
WM. H. CLARK
KEEPS
EVERYTHING !
AT THE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARK STREETS*
E U It E K ,
NEVADA.
■WAGENT FOR Dl'PONT AND GIANT
POWDER.
IVJI. U. CLARK.
Eureka, April 6, 1876. upStf
FRAUII ADADIE,
Rea! Estate Dealer
BUEL STREET.EUREKA, NEV
Oiliec in lh«‘ r«ri< l4 Itullding.
T WOUEfc RISP ECTEULLY ANNOUNCE
L that 1 am prepared to buy. soil end mort
gage real estate in Eureka, and also advance
money on good soeurity.
Houses to ruat suitable lor business or for
families.
1 am also prepared to do a general contract
ing business.
I will stili continue tuv wholesale liquor es
tablisbmort. FRANK AliADlE.
mrl3-tf
Li VERY, FEED
AND
£3£\1© SESt;£il3l©.
C. C. CAKPKXTKR. H. BISHOP.
BISHOP & CARPENTER.
sjorril MAIN STKEKT. NEARLY OPPO
► ’ ►ite the Tumor House. Eureka. We have
rc.-ently purchase! a number of elegant turn
"utinnda >"t ot line saddle-horse^. and nre
prepared to furnish <’A Kit l All KS. BU<i(t 1ES
i 4 SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rates.
H"rie* bearded by the day, week, or month.
Ray and Barley or sale.
Bv fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at
r nti« n to business, wo hope to secure a lair
•bare of patronage. ap7tf
JU3T DECEIVED
J. H. MICHEL’S.
MAIN ST., EUREKA.
First door above W. 11. Stovrell’s Drug Store,
A fre*h stock of
Stationery of all kinds,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Meerschaum Pipes,
Cutlery, Toys,
And fancy goods of all kinds.
N. B.--A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi
day presonts dtftf
, TEA A1XTD rHYSIC.
A Mixed Chinese Advertisement.
I \U. CUM WING, THE CELEBRATED
! " Chinese Physician, takes this method of
informing the public that he has located in
Eureka, lie treats successfully all diseases
to which the flesh is heir.
Ollico n* Fin Sam Keo’a store, in Chinatown.
All of tho choicest brands of Chinese Teas
are also to bo found at tho well.stocked store
of Fin Sam Koe. Prices lower than any other
establishment in town. jylfltf i
Private Seliool T
V PRIVATE SClIOOl, VV ILL BE
opened by MRS. liETZEL on
Dloailay, I tie 24th lastant.
For tho present the school will be held in
the vestry-room of St. James’ Episcopal
Church.
Terms: For children advanced beyond tho
Third Reader tand including French), per
week, 81.50.
1 or children less advancod, por week, $1.50.
i ap2i-lm ___
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
mills COMPANY IS PKHPARKI* TO
I t .nsmit money . by telegraph to all
points on the Pacific Coast, and to all Princi
pal cities and tow ns thlr mgtiout tho t inted
States. For terms, apply to Local Agents.
io5-tf
THE NEW STORE.
MRS. M. A. ASHiM.
Comer of Duel and Bateman street*, Eureka.
117ST ARRIVED A WAGON-LOAD OF
*) Centennial Fourth of July goods, eon-wlt
ing of flags and emblems of ull desuriptions.
1 have a lot of LADIES’ LNDKRW DAK,
which 1 will sell below cos*..
Vegetables,
Fresh from tho gardens of California, arrive
on every train. .....
jc27-tf MRS. M. A. AS1IXM.
SOCIETIES.
'Eureka Lodge, No. I6,F.&A.BI.
Tee Stated Communication* of Ku.'
roka Lodge, No. ltf, F. A A. M.f will
bo hold in Masonic Mali, on every
Saturday on or preceding the full
; ■ r. in enon nionrn*
Culled iJnniL. Jnicatione every Saturday
Evening. ’
Members cf deter lodger, end sojourniirt
orethrenin good standing, aro cordially in
vi icd to attend.
JOHN' WILl.ESl'IE, W. M.
II. Joil- eov. Seer -ary. 15-jal2
3t. John ICt. 5, Royal Arch
riasons.
T^HK FT ATi;i > O'.VMI'MCA.
I TJONS of St. .John's Charter, No.
>• * . A. >I.t will l»« hold in MA
SONIC HALL, on the Second and
r yunn vv n, 1»1 rn r^i oi cacn
month. Called Communications on all other
Wednesday evenings.
All Royal Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
D. E. DAILY, IT. I*.
TV. Wermuth, Seereiary. my 11
K. ol' T*.
I) E ATI l'l<’ LODGE, So. 7. K.orP.,
> holds its regular conventions on every
FRIDAY EVENING of each month,
at 7:.‘UJ o’clock, sharp, at its Castle llall, in
Odd Fellow’s llall. All sojourning mem
bers in good standing are eordial'y invited
to attend.
TV. H. DAVENPORT, €. C.
E. R. Doi'GK, K. ef R. and
Erreka. Nov., July. 20, IS75. SS-tf
i. o. o. x-.
i/u ki;ka 1/ -w 22,
li meet* Every THURSDAY
EYBNINd,
IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At 8 o’clock r. m. All member? in good
standing are cordially invited to attend.
THUS. LASPEYRE, N. G.
Lambert Molikklli, Secretary. I0»jy20
o. JEL,
rlMIE A. 0. 11. meat every first and third
1 SATURDAY EVENING of each month,
at 8 o’oclock, at the corner of Clark and
Monroo streets, until further notice.
TUGS. HALEY, President.
P, F. Splank. Socretary. au7
ReheM Charity Degree. I.O.O.F.
rpHE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE
X Rebokah Charity Degreo Lodge, 1, O. 0.
F.f will bo held in the Odd Fellows Hall,
on tho first and third FRIDAYS wF each
month, at 7'5 o'clock p. m.
W. 11. DAVENPORT, N. G.
Dan. E athan, Sec’y. 5-tf
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121.
r|'llE UECLLAK ME K.TI N () 8 OF Till.'
X Society take place on the first and third
Mondays of each month, in Odd Follows’
Hall, at 7: 10 o’clock sharp. All brethren in
good standing are invited to attend.
Joshua timngly, \v. m.
A. G. McKkkkik. Secretary. aul-tf
Anti-Chinese Club of Eureka
Meets at the cuuht-housi: the
secoml and fourth SATURDAYS of
each month at 8 o’clock p. w.
0. H. MILLER, Prexidont.
G Ko. \V. Tr \ vkrs, Secretary. je'dVtf
•m nr- mmmmmmm———r—i i mi «\ IT,
San Jose Savings Bank,
286 Santa Clara Street San Jose, Cal..
Capital Stock, - - - $600,000.
Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000.
Assets Jaa. 1„ 1875. $1,324,155.52.
Deposit receipts issued, rear.
iir: ii> nrevt I* ROM DATE OF DEPUS
11 at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand:
KUIUT PER CENT., payable in six month?,
and NINE per cent, payable in twelve
months.
Receipts are preferable to pass books, bo
c-ause the interest is paid promptly at tlx
and of six months from date of each deposit,
they may also be transferred by indorsement,
And principal with interest will he paid to
bolder.
Pass book ? issued, if desired, and same rate
of interest allowed.
Deposit? !i‘>;n the interior, or front any part
of the United States or Europe, may be sent
by express, or by exchunge on Snn Francisco
oi Now York, in gold or currency. 1 arties
remitting will .state the time for w hich the
dot osit i< to be made, and a Deposit Receipt
or Pass Rook—as preferred—will bo promptly
returned.
Remittances in Currency Exchange will
be credited in gold at current rato.
JOHN II. MOORE, 11. II. REYNOLDSire
mh7-ly President. Cash,
I MEW BUSINESS !
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Q
I fine a'sortmens of jowely for the
holidav s. Also a well selected stock of (r
SILVER and PLATED WARE, Cake V
Raskot*, Castors, Pickle and Rutter Dishes,
tablets, Napkin Rings, etc.
My. motto is:
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repaired in a wrrknianli o mannor, and all
work guaranteed.
(iiva me a call. FRANK DURKEE.
_d21tf _
F. LOE WY
Bros to inform iiis
friends that ho tins bought
the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL *
for all the
Eastern I*a|»t»r*. I'prlodirnlx, Miik*
ziiiPN hikI l asliion KooKn,
And is prepared to deliver them to his sub
scribers at their place of residence
v it i: k of ( is A it «; f. ;
OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop,
Main street.
___
LAMBERT MOLXNELLI,
Notary mine axi>neak«ii
EH of RECORDS.
Copyist, General Collector and Ileal Ksta‘
Agent.
Legal instruments of all descriptions care
(ally executed.
OFFICE In tho Law Oftice of Geo W.
Baker. jy2*tf
POLL TAX.
1 POLL TAX OF F0l:R DOLLARS IS
now duo tho State, for tho your I87(i, by ouch
male inhabitant over the ago of twenty-one
and under sixty years. Please call at tho As
sessor's office and settlo.
J. C. POWELL. County Assessor.
Ebbf.xa, X'ev., April 2ft, 187ti.
ap'29
{ MTSUEI i^fSOUS,
i EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
j 11 511? E R l C 51 P A A Y.
South J!: in Street, Eureka.
Nevada a n d California
LUMEBR
OF ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber!
A complete 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.
ilTtf K. A «. I,. CO.
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—7HJC—
Fashion am! the liexter!
Tw o Complete INtaliliiilimcnU
CSD Ell USE MA SA OEM ENT !
RADDLE HORSES, BC0
O pies. Carriage*, liooka
.vays, \N agons, etc., in endlees
variety!
Horses Sought and Sold!
And a general livery business conducted in all
of its branches.
Having obtained a permanent lease of the
Fashion Stable—Walsh s old stand—I will in
(he future run the same in connection with
he l>cxter Hi very. Feed und Sale Stable.
Both establishment* will be opon for busi
oes day and night. '1 ho finoat stock and
.■urnouts in America always on hand, (live
men caH. SWEKNBY.
_
GEORGE YOUNG
Gunsmith, and. Cutler,
Begs to inform the
public that ho has ro
tuovfid from his old stand, near
tlio Silver llrick Saloon, to the
opposite side, on Main street,
next 10 i’. .uannami s Mure, wnere bo wln be
happy to receive the patronage of his former
oustcmers. i, e also informs the public that
ho has
I' O SI NT A ST I, y us II A SI D
The finest and largwt assortment
GUNS AND PISTOLS
Of Every Patern.
Also, ammunition, and evory other article in
tho sporting line.
A large assortment of
IVuatputioliu'» < tiller}-. Hiiteliere*
Tools, t'n! I for n I a- in aile
TiirvingNets, lia/iirs.
And all other goods par'taining to this i at
the lowest figures.
Repairing dune with neatness and dispatch,
charges reasonable.
Suroka. Feb. 17th.1&71. fel8-tf
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
rpHE UXDERSIUXED WOULD KE
1 spectfully announce that he haa been ap
pointed agent for tha
Principal American and Foreign
Fire Insurance Companies,
And is now prepared to take insurance in
Eureka and Ruby 11 ill.
Business promptly attended to.
BENJ. C, LEVY.
Agency at the office of \V. B. llarrub, South
Spring stroet, near Richmond furnace.
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j.i.KVis, Eureka. i. simon. San Francisco
LEMN & SIMON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CIG£KS,TOBACCO.STATIONERY
CONFECTIONERY,SCHOOL BOOKS,
ETC., E1C.
Mia!n Street, Kureka, Nevailn.
r»l
DAVID LUNDBOM
ASSAITXSII.
Ofllee: Main Ntreet, opiiesile the Plo
ueer Ren tan rant.
^'Accurate assays guaranteed.
A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR
MER very low rates w ill bo charged in
the future, though foes will still be kept
reasonable as possible.
Strangers are required to pay in advance.
Rurek a, August '22. 1878. au28-tf
W. P, HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
\\f ILL KEEP ON HAND AN Aft&RT
f l mont of
Soso wood Casks* ts ol Every S;yle,
Coifiii Trimmings, Etc.
Funerals attended to with promptness
nd all the arrangements made with care and
trention. Three door* north of Paxton A
}o*8 Rank. Vain street Eureka. mhl8
CAYUGA WATER,
THE
Wonderful Chemistry of Nature.
I N INI'ALLIBliE SPECIFIC FOR
Bright’s rtUcaso and other Kidney Affec
tions; Liver Affections: Dyspepsia and other
Diseases of the Stomach; » ilea or Hemor
rhoids; Kheumatism in all forms; Gout;
Gravel or Stone, and all Diseases of the Urin
ary Organs; Scrofula; uundico; Fever ur.d
Ague; Goneml Debility; Nervous Proatra
tion; Skin Diseases such as vuilt Rheum, Scald
Head, Chronic Ulcers, Blotches, Pimples, etc.
i>r. I*, Ferry, Agent tor Eureka.
TAYLOR A BORuWSKY,
Stdo agents for the 1’iuitic coa t.
Principal depot, San Francisco. auliiii
HOTELS, ETC.
UNITED STATES BAKERY #
and Restaurant.
JOHN IIUEBNER, PROP’R.
CEUVl'P UP AT ALL TIMES. IN THE
(j rnurt approved style.
Fish, Game,
And the hen BEEF, PORK and MUTTON
tn he pruer.red in tho market.
Meal* at all hours.
BREAD, PIES, CAKES, eta.
Pastry fur ball suppers gotten up on abort
notice.
WEDDIND CAKES a apeeialty.
All article* delivered free of ehargo.
Ordors soliritod. au23tf
TURNER HOUSE.
MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV.
THUS house has been befitted
throughout, containing a larga number of
COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY
FURNISHED KOOMS,
Suitable for familiee or single gentlemen.
liar and HilllarU room, with a fine as
sortment of L1QURS and CIGARS.
Attached thereto is a Flrat.<’li»sa Bra
tan rant, uDdcr the control of MRS. JOHN
A. STEELE, where patrons can be furnished
with all the delicacies of the soason.
au9tf B. J. TURNER, Proprietor.
MOCH’S.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY
1. friends in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and the
public in gonoral, that I hare leased the
Parker House Restaurant,
And will oonduct the same
As a First-Class Bating-honse
Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and
assuring mv friendi and the public that 1
will do all in my power to please.
MRS. JKO. A. MOCH.
Pioche Daily Record copy, fe23-lm
Hurrah for the Railroad!
BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT.
Board, $7 a Wcok; Single Meals,
37 1-2 Cents.
Silver Brick Hotel,
South Main street. Eureka.
On end after November, 1, 1875, the above
prices wi 11 be charged at tho Silver Brick.
o24tf WM. GILLEN, Proprietor.
The Pioneer Restaurant,
Opposite J. S. Whitten’s Stone Store, Mala
Street, Eureka.
CHBO. P. LUNDOREN U*
\ITILL IiE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS
?▼ old friends at his house at any time.
At the PIONEER they will find
The Tables Supplied
with till the delicacies that ean bo obtained,
and the Pioneer shall be as well kept as any
Restaurant ip Eureka.
Give me a call and see how entirely you will
bo suited. jel7
J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA, NEV.
Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietor*.
rpiIE ROOMS ARE SPACIOUS AND
JL supplied with Spring Beds throughout.
THE BAR
Is furnished with the finest Liquors and
Cigars tha* can bo purchasod.
A FitM-rlnsm Kestnnrant on the
First Floor.
Tho Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and
Belmont S.ages, all stop at this House.
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EUREKA FOUNDRY.
X.. C. ANDERSON,
Having purchased the proper
ty known as the Eureka Foundry, il
now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.'
with
Casting* of All Descriptions | also.
Machine Work.
OS'Orders from Austin, Belmont, Ilamil
ton, and Mineral llill solicited and filled with
dispatch. All work leaving this foundry
GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable
terms. Ordors left at the foundry, or address
ed to L. C. ANDERSON,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Will receive prnmnt attention. o20tf
RUBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tank* 400,000 Gallon*
ALL NOW FULL.
A\T A TER WILL BE FURNISHED IN
T T Hi by Hill, in any desired quantities, at
all seasons'ol' the year, at a uniform rate and
lower than can bo furnished from any other
source. Water delivered twice daily to pri
vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc.
fii kets ranging from 6*4 to 50 cents opicco
will > e sohl at the ofiico of the company on
Ruby Ilill.
W.B. HARBUB Proprietor.
T. TV. l’EARSON, Superintendent.
my2P tt*
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
IITE RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY THE
!t public of Eureka and Ruby Hill that
we have been appointed
Agents for the Paterson, N. J., Fire
Insurance Company;
Also for the CALIFORNIA FARMERS*
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE ASSOCIA
TION, and arc pret ared to tale risks in the
above or in any of the principal American or
foreign tiro insurance companies, at the low
est rates. LEVIN \ SIMON.
Cigar slore. two doors below Meyers A
Franklin’s. Eureka, Nevada. jyilO-lm
|«SI PKINTISU OF ALL KINDS. FX
, 1 with dispatch at the SENTINEL,
printing i.'thce

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