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Eureka daily Sentinel.
R. SADLER i CO., Jforth Main Street, Eureka. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE ■t-' - A CLOTZHcinsra-, BOOTS AND SHOES! HARDWARE! —AND— TI INT W-A-IR/IEg A FULL LINE OF THE NEWEST STYLES —or— WALL PAPER! AOENTS FOR rOREIUN AND HOME INSURANCE^ COMPANIES. ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, —AND- - HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTINGI > O W 3D 3B R . •GT1 Goods Delivered free of charge. R. SADLER A' CO., North Main Street, Eureka. _ B. BEINHART. J. P. EDOFP. REINHART i CO., Dealers in Whole and Ground BARLEY, FLOUR, WHEAT, BRAN AVI) SHORTS. Barley Ground to Order. AGENTS FOR THE SHUTLEE WAGON AGENTS FOR PLOWS, HOHERS, REAPERS, And all kinds of AGRICULTURALJMPLEMENTS. Also Agents for the Celebrated ST. LOUIS BUDWEISER BEER. A11 Goods delivered to any part of town free .Of charge. OFl*ICE—North Main Street, next door to the jfron Hall, Eureka, Nev. jeltf EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, K 3vada. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER, Of all kinds. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MIMIMO TIMBERS! JJUILDIXO LUMBER! A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed (.amber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Siding, Moulding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash and BJmds, etc., always on hand. •9* Everything at the Lowest Utah Bates. jel K A O. L. C O. Rocky Mountain QOAL! (JOAL! Hand and for Sale In Quantities to Suit. $1 6 50 PER TON. WE ARE IN RECEIPT OF A SUPERIOR artiole of Coal, and will receive ship ments by the car load, during the fall and winter months. The attention of Families and others is called to this DESIRABLE FUEL ! All orders left at the office of the Eureka k California Lumber Company, will be promptly filled. W. O. MILLS, Agent. Eureka, Sept. 21,1878. se22-tf PRANK ROBBINS, -A-SSA-ITEIR,, On door above Well*, Fargo & Co’s. $$Q9tPTNESIK, ACCURACY AMD MODERATE ( HAKOIA. •9-P LEASE CALL. jel Regli & Waldvogel’s DAIRY PURE MILK AND CREAM! SERVED IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT customers. Persons wishing Milk or Cream, can notify the drivers of our wagons. REGLI k WALDVOGEL. Eureka, November lu, 1878. u‘20 CALIFORNIA HOUSE fcUVlS BRAMDT, Propr. T M E SALOON Attached to the above popular House has been opened iu first-class style. GOLD BEER! Of the Beet Quality, a Npeelalty. B^The public are cordially invited to drop in and test the quality of the Liquors and Cigars. sej»5-tf JOB PBIXTINd. Or AUDI> scriptions, executed with neatuasa aad despatch *t the Skntikkl OIB*-** BILLIARD PARLORS AND SALOONS. THE SMERtf SILOON, (CP it Aim.) MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMITH & scon, PROPRIETORS. Refitted and Refurnished. Making it one of the most attbac five places in Eureka. THE BILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the SAZERAC is the finest billiard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOGG, Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IN THE STATE. « _ THE WHOLE ESTABLISHMENT IS EN tirely new, ami the Billiard Tables are of the latest patterns. The Bar will at all times be furnished with the best of Liquors and Cigars. The comfort .and entertainment of patrons will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! rjIHE LARGEST AND FINEST| BILLIARD SALOON IN THE STATE. STONE BUILDING. Corner Main and Clark Streets, Eureka. GEO. THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS, PROP'S. SALOONS. THE ORIENTAL. Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. CHARLES COBB, WHO HAS BEEN CONNECTED WITH the above Saloon for some time past, has now leased it, and will be pleased to see his old friends and customers. FA3STOY XD^mSTKZS A SPECIALTY. Eureka, December 2(5,1878. d27-tf NARROW-GAUGR SALOON Coiner of Buel and Clark Streets, Eureka. MOLATESTA & LIGETT, PROPRIETORS. Having purchased the above sa. loon, the proprietors will keep constant ly on hand tha choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be had in the San Francisco market. ^ Give us a call. MOLATESTA k LIGETT. Eureka, November 30,1878. dl-tf E3D. TDEUZkJST'B SALOON? No. 22 North Main Street, two doors north of the International Hotel. THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. This saloon is new throughout in furniture and appurtenances, and has card rooms and convenient entrances. Experienced and familiar bar-keepers will attend to the wants of the customers of ED. DEAN k CO. Eureka, Nev., October 7,1878. o8-tf OPERA HOUSE SALOOl Corner of Buel and Vateman streets. Fine wines, liquors and cigars,— the best in town. OLD MAN LEVAN, Proprietor. Eureka Oct. 7, 1878. ©8-tf BRILLIANT SALOON STORY A- JIAYO.X, Proprw. Main Street, Eureka, Nev. The Finest fliHE SALOON IS NEWLY FITTED UP, X ami is First-Class in every respect. HOT IaTTUKTOH ! From IS H. to 4 1*. Ilf. Every Day. 8‘28-tf STORY k MAYON, Proprs. PERRY'S SIMM, -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, NEV. -THE CHOICEST Winos, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka. Aujcust 10. 1878. aulO-tf THE TIGER SALOON JOE MENDES, Proprietor. This saloon has been fitted up with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger It is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn as you wi;l you find yourself be. fore a B _A_ IR, , Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al ways in attendance to serve the patrons of the beuse. San Jose Fredericksburg Beer _Constantly on Draught. PALACE SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r. HAS FITTED UP, IN THE BERT STYLE, the above SaIuou, where is kept only the Choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ■GP" Call aud be convinced. PRINTING, THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL NEWSPAPER —A HD— JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, BIEL STREET, El'REKA. SET. BOOKS, PASPIILETS, RECEIPT BOOKS, BILE HEADS, ELECTION TICKETS,’ LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS, ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK, MINING STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OR THEATRICAL POSTERS! DODGERS, FLYERS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS, WEDDING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, LABELS, TAGS, ETC. Printing, lu Colon, Printing, Plain or Fanry, Printing in A 1 Ktyle. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, ! WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. —CPOS THE— Most Reasonable Terms AND AT thi; LOWEST CASH RATE THE EUREKA SENTINEL IB A FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, And is thoroughly identified with the bent in terests of the country, and all classes of the people, from the MINER, or the MECHANIC, to the MERCHANT or BANKER. It gives the LATEST NEWS, both telegraphic and otherwise,Jfiom all aec. tlons of the world. ! Everybody Reads It! THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL 18 DELIVERED BY CARRIERS Throughout Eureka and Ruby Hill, aud in furnished by agents in all localities in Eastern Nevada. It is sent by mail to all parts of the country and the world. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL, (ESTABLISHED IN 1871), Is published every morning except Monday and its circulation is the most general and extensive among mining aud business people, families, etc., throughout Eastern Nevada, and also in all the Pacific Coast States and Territories, which ren ders it the best aud MOST EFFICIENT MEOIl'M —FOR— MINING. BUSINESS AND ALL OTHER A D V E RTISINC. No One Is Fully Posted, or Up to the Times, WHO DOES NOT READ THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. BUSINESS MEN. PROFESSIONAL MEN, PRACTICAL MEN. Are respectfully invited to a careful inspection and criticism of our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. A. SKIIXMAK. GEO. W. CASSIDY CASSIDY & SKILLMAN, Proprietor, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. A. L. FITZGERALD, 4 TTORXKV AT LAW, AM» I»KP iL UTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY. (Iffli'f Houma 1 aud 2, Odd Fellows' Building, Eu reka, Nevada. WM. W. BISHOP. OEO. M. BABIN. BISHOP & SABIN, Attorney* at uw, f.frkka, Nevada. (Ifftca—In Bishop's Building, South Duel street. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in liy land’s Block, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. DAV. E. BAILY, Attorney at law. office over Clark's Store, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main and Clark streets. A. M. HILLHOUSE, Attorney at law. office in the Odd Fellows Building, up stairs, rooms 1 ami 2, Eureka, Nevada. GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Eureka County, aud Notary Public. Office in the Court House Building. W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law, office in the Masonic Building, up stairs, corner of Main and Clark streets, Eureka, Nev. CRITTENDEN THORNTON. THOS. WREN. WREN & THORNTON, Attokxkyn at law, jiaix street, Eureka, Nevada. GEO. W. BAKER, Attorney at i.aw a > i> not a ry Public. Office in Dick Hyland’s Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. “c. J. LANSING, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE over (Mark’s Store, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main and Clerk streets. LASPEYRE & BEATTY, A TTORNEYS AND COCNSEFORN at Law. Office in Hyland's Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. A. B. HUNT, VTTORNEY AND CO I NS F. FOR at Law, 309 Montgomery street, Booms (if) and W>, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali fornia. PHYSICIANS. “ DR. A. J. SHIPP, PHYSICIAN AM> Nl'IIVCttSf. OF flee and residence, Richmond House, No. 21 Buel street, Eureka. ul'.i-tf J. A. NESBITT, M.D.,C.M. OFFICE—NO. 21 BUEL STREET, EAST side, sixth door south of Sentinel office, Eureka, Nevada. au4-tf DR. L. BAZET, PHYSIC IAN ANII SI ItOEON. El - reka, Nevada. Office : Monaco’s building, South Main street. Consultations in English, French, Spanish and Italian. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SI HO EON. Of fice at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka. DR. G.~H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND SI ROEON. Of fice on Buel street, opposite the Senti el Office. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AM) St KOEON. Office on Main street, ojipoaite I'axton A Co’s Bank, Eureka. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AM) St StCiEON Kf reka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and ('lurk streets. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND f. S. DEB uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman an 1 Buel streets, up stairs. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, rooms ovi:k£t*^ Eureka Opera House, corner Buel and Bateman streets. ITT DBISTTISTFIY. DR. E. M. SWAIN, DENTIST. —— 'Rooms over Dunkle* Store, i November 1H, 1878. nl8-tf | HOC1LT1EB. KI KKK A 1.0DGE. NO. 10, F. d A. 91. rpHK STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU X reka Lodge, No. 10, F. A: A. M., will be held in Masonic Hall, every Saturday even ing on or preceding the full moon in each month. Called communications every Saturday even ing. Members cf sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, ore cordially invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. W. P. Steichelaiax, Secretary. RED MEN. WINNEMUCCA TRIBE, NO. 8, IMPROVED Order of Red Men, hold regular coun cils at Masonic Hull on the third sleep of every seven suns, at the seventh run, thirtieth breath. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, are cordially invited to meet in council. H. B. McKEE, Sachem. C. C. LivixfiHTON, Chief of Record. ul BI LLION ENt A.MP.MENT NO. 10, Holds regular sessions on the First, and Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7*$ o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fellows' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are Invited to attend. BEN. C. LEVY, C. P. 8. D. Henry, Scribe. je4tf BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF 1»., Meets f:acii Friday of every month, at 7:J0 o’clock p. M., at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building. All BrotLer Knights, in good standing, are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. C. L. BROY, C. .0 H. B. McKie, K. of R. and 8. NT. JOHN’S CHAPTER, NO. 5. THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST. John’s Chapter, No. .">, R. A. M., will l»e held at Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday evening of each month. Called communica tions on all other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing, are cordially invited to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, A. P. W. A. Duueey, Secretary. KIRI.U A LODUE. NO. 22, I. O. O. F„ Meet at their hall every thurs day evening at 8 o’clock. Brethren in good standing are cordially invite* to attend. WM. DOULIN, N. O. J. McG. Scott, Secretary. LOYAL OKANC4E LODGE, NO. 121. rpHE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS 80 X ciety take place on the first and third Mon days of each month, in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o’clock, sharp. All brethren in good standing are Invited to attend. D. McKINNON, W. M. D. McDonald, Secretary. MOUNTAIN LO 1><-E NO. 27,1.O.O. F., Meet every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7 o’clock. All members of the order, in good standing, are in vited to attend. W. J. SMITH, N, G. H. B. McKee, Secretary. 1IIMKKNIANN. rpHE A. 0. II. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND X third Saturday evening of each mouth, at the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. JOHN FLYNN, President. Thos. Mubthy. Secretary. I. OF. RED ( ROHH. Meet every Wednesday evening at half-past 7 o’clock J. STRAUS, E. C. DRAYMAN. Believing that there is a neces sity for another Drayman in Eureka, I will endeavor to fill the hill. Stand between Henry Man's and the Jackson House. auJOtf HAKLO THOMAS. MISCELLANEOUS._ PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. Main Street, Eureka. NOW CONDUCTED BY MBS. NICK MILLICH. / . THIS, THE OLDEST RESTAT7 \SL%\ f mjrant in Eureka, haw been leased by the undersigned, and will bf c«n vdueled In first-class style, and will set the best table in town. Board, per week. Single Beah.00 Oata No Chinese employed. Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian. Engage Booms Tor the Holidays. Mrs. N. MILLICH, Proprietress. Eureka, December 23, 1878. d*J4-tf R. G. HASKEU & CO. MAKE THE BEST CALF BOOTS -ON THE Pacific CoastI Ask Your Storekeeper For Them. dlft-3m PEOPLES’ LAUNDRY Remember what the prophet jere M1AH SAID : “ Wash and l*uril.v loiiroelvw, and Do Am ny nilh All the Evil Out of Our Midat;” And call and «ee the popular Waters & Co’s Laundry! But do not soy we patronize the Chinaman, be cause we cannot help it. WATERS \ F. FELDMAN, Proprietors. Eureka, December 21, 1878. d22tf THE EUHEIvA. PLANING MILL, Situated on the corner of Buel and Bullion Streets, Eureka, Nevada. J. C. HARMON WISHES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF Eureka and surrounding towns that he IIAS FITTED I F A SHOP, With the most approved machinery, and is prepared To Do All Kinds of Surfacing And Matching. Scroll Sawing. Mortising and Turning of every description. Water Timka, Store and other Molded Doors, Door and Win dow Frames, eh*., made to order, on short notice. Eureka, October 28, 187. o:X)-tf ARTESIAN WELL 13 0 R_I N G . rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST RE ceived all the necessary machinery for sinking Artesian Wells, and are now prepared to receive contracts for boring. For informa tion iu regard to terms, etc., apply to ieltf R. 11. PARKER A CO. S5 Reward ! 'I HE UNDER8IGNED LOST A CHECK I yesterday on Main street, fiT?17.> 0(1, drawn by A. lirisaclier on Paxton k Co., and payable to I). Haines. The check is of no value t<> any one, as payment has bcca stopped at the bnuk. The finder will please return the ('heck to the bank and receive the above reward. D. IIAINES. Eureka, December 6, 1H78. d7-lm JB\ IT. H-A-IFLlS/IOiN' CIOI'XTY CI.F.KK. AM. KX-OFFI / cio Clerk of the District Court of the 1 Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka. State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, la rll its branches, eor | rectly executed. Ackno wledgments, Affidavits, etc., taken iu any part of; own. Office: Front corner rc on at the Court-house. TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE ZRaA.1 Hi NEW ARKAN(iEMEXTJi ! On and after November 5th, 1877, A FAST TRAIN WILL ItUN FOB Pa**cuffer*, nails, and ExpresN ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.530 a. m. Arrive at Palisade at.1030 a. m. Making connection with East and West Humid Train* of llie Central Paelllc llal I road. RETURNING : Leave Palisade daily at.430 p. m. Arrive at Eureka at.830 p. m. Freight and Accommodation Train: Leave* Eureka daily at.(130 a. M. Arrives at Palisade at.3:15 p. m. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. m. Arrives at Eureka at.530 p. m. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER EKE1UUT AT HAMILTON. WARD, PIOCHE, TV HO. BELMONT, Aud all points south, by Its teams, with care and ills es sell, and at the lowest rates. P. EVEUTN, Ueiicrnl Nii|»'L E1RKKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STIfiF*jgB«a LINE! CIILMEB A NALMIHBY, Propr s. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for HAMILTON, WARD and PIOCllK, Every morning, at 7 o’clock. Leaves Pioche for Ward. Hamilton aud Eureka every day, at 7 o'clock a. m. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co's Express. Fine American horses aud new Concord coaches. I Office at Wells, Fargo k Co's, Jy9 HOTELS. _ THE JACKSON HOTEL IS NOW OPEN, And la the only Fire-proof Hotel In Eastern Nevada. MAIN STREET, El'BKKA. The rooms arf. harp finished, el e^autly furnished and spaeioua. SINOI.E ROOMS OR IN SI ITS. ©AS IN A I, I, TIIE ROOMS. Connceted with the Hotel la the Finest Bar-room in the State ! A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. Jeltf WILLIAM OH.LKN. JAMES MC'MAIITIN. THE PARKER ROUSE. Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, VILLEN A M v M A It TIN, PROPRIETORS. 11HE APPOINTMENTS OF THIS HOTEL are first-class, the rooms having been en larged and elegantly furnished. ROOMS NINULE OR IX KMT*. T IE-1 E B -A- B Has a fine reputation, and will be kept up to that standard. Nothing but the best will be offered. Attached to the premises is a first-class RESTAURANT. The Palisade, Hamilton, Amitln, Tybo and llelirmnt Stages all stop nt this House. jeltf SILVER BRICK HOTEL. Koiath llnin Nlreel, F.nrckn. rpms POPIXAR EUREKA HOTEL HAS X now changed hands, and is under the man agement of the nudersilined, who will, in per son. give lor undivided attention to the patrons of the house. TERMS: Hoard, per week.R? OO Ninvle Menh. KM 'in f.l<|iaor» and 4 1 K»r«t..12 1-2 4 In A folr share of the public patronage is so licited. MRS. ELIZA GERATY, Proprietress. Eureka, Koroobtrl, 1870. ariMf North Jin In Ntrert, EXJREKA, - - NEV. ,hi u D. H. HALL, Propr. TURNER HOUSE. South Main htreeet, Eureka. mills OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS X just been newly refitted throughout, and h«* a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner make* a specialty of the RESTAURANTS DINING ROOM, Where, under hla personal supervision, all tbs delicacies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine assortment of Liquor* and Cigars. Ths PostofHrs and the office of Wells, Fargo k Co. are directly opposite, and carriages run to and from ths Depot to meet all trains. U. J. TV UN Lit, Proprietor. Eureka, July 1H, IsTI. Jy lftf South Main St., Eureka. R. M’CHARLES, — PROPRIETOR rpHE BOOMS IN THIS ESTABLISHMENT X are large and airy, The UESTAUKANT is at all times supplied with the best the market affords. Board by the day, week or month. The best qualities of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Can always 1m- found at the Bar. Eureka, Aug. 24, 1H7H. aiigJ.Vtf WESTERN HOTEL, Four doors below the International, Main Street, Eureka. rpiIIR ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLETE IN X every part, i* now open. Hoard, |»«»r neelt.H7 OO Mnsrlv Meals.AO i ts. THE B A R Will tie stocked at all times with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To Ik* found on the coast. Depot for Lyon & Co’n celebrated Brewery, Han Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon’s Ale. A share of the public patronage Is solicited, eltf p. S. QUAI1), Proprietor. Richmond House. No. 31 Burl Ntrect, MRS. DU. SHIPP, - - PROPRIETRESS. '[■HUH ESTABLISHMENT IS ENTIRELY 1 new, having Just lieeu built anil newly furnished throughout. The roue* are large and airy. HOOMN, rroin S3 to RIO per Week. Every attention will he paid to those who favor us with their patronage. Eureka, Nov. 11, 1K7H. nl'i-tf DEPOT HOTEL, PnllMMle, Nevada. MRS. M. BAUM, : : PROPRIETRESS This hotel is new and riRST.ci.Ass, and nils a want long feltin Palisade. Mra. M. Haunt's well-known reputation as a land, laily will he a sufficient guarantee that the De pot Hotel will please and satisfy. She will give her eapeelal attention to the comfort of the traveling public. JylO-tf A overtime in the eibeka Hemtiskl, tut* Otrfet HTdrUsiDg uivilnuu tu Xu tern Nevada. _miscellaneous. “CRA N D ” Lodging - House. Over the atone Nnloo|| North Main Street. Enreka. Ntvada. BY MBS. L. YOBNO. T“? rUni’.,N0 " A NKW FIBE.PIioor brink. The room. are ajl hard.AnlaliwL and It i« 0113 of the quieted huuwa i. reka. The Beds Cannot Be Surpassed In the town, and will alwaya be kept In tha noth Ht manner. w Koohih will be rented on moderate terms. A Hhare of the public patronage la solicited Eureka, October4,187a. o64f Stan, Hyde & Conmany, SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast Pacific Coast Agents fur the Celebrated WEBER PIAN08 —AND— Estev Organs. Manufacturer*of the SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO! For Brass Instruments, SHEET MUSIC, And everything in the Music Line, address SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. Piancs and Organs Sold on Easy Terms. Sheet Music Depot at Morris If. Jo«t«*|>li*N tiolden R«|f .'T^-ljr More, bureka. S T O C IK S ! rpiIE I NDEliSTnNKD IH PRKPARF.D TO X purchase and m 11 RAINING STOCKS On conimihalnu. All (orders promptly ftfWd, Mmi» Frnueiaro Rrekmt J. 1C. S. LATHAM —AXII— HOMER S. KINO. Being Agent f<»r leading Fire Inaeranre tom* panic*. I am prepared t«* furnish rellabls li*» deiunlty on g««»d ri*k* at living rate*. Otflre:—At Wells, large* k Co'*. J«1 HAU L COOPER. J.H.DELA NIATYR, —DCAi.r.n in— ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, Dre**vd and undrc**ed. Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding Shingles, Pickets Eta. AI*« Dealer in IHxirw, VIIIimIh, Rliidimii, Nereew floors, Ktr. Prices are Lower than the Lowest J. U DK LA M.»TY*. Eureka. June 2fi, 1&T& JrYl-K vT. 33. ICEE3ST, Auctioneer, Froiil of Bweeny’ii Stable, Houtli Mala St. rpHF. rNPFJtHlOXKD HAH KHTABLtftHBD 1. hiniarlf in a Ceneral Auction Bualnaaa, And it prepared trf make aalea o# ri;al a pkknoxal psormf. Sales of Horses & Wagons a Specialty. It ran In i- ftnlfM Kvery Nalartlay. Peraona bavins any Lir.d of property for aaf ran aeud it l«> my Aurtfou Kooma. Halea iu the country will In- promptly at. tended to. J. B. REKN. Eureka, July 22, 1*7*. fyiKWtf E. R. DODCE. GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, E V K E K A, NEVADA. AUK.Vr lull TIER GIANT POWDER COMPANY BZ" Offire on Duel Street, opponlte the Odd Fellowa Hall. POSTOFFICE NEWS DEPOT. JURT RECEIVED, A LARGE AND VARIED aaMMortiuent of BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY, LAW I'AIM It AKI> BLAXHM. THE NEWS DEFOT Will at all tlmcM be anpplled with the lateat nn^ozlHeti, F»«lalon, Sporllnac mad Mlerary Piipera. COR. WILHOX. RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. (K|HU'lt) «r Tim kit. 100,000 CJ»Ilon« ALI. NOW ITLL. Water vriu. re furnished in Rrnr Hill, In my dr.lrrd qunntltl*'*. .t ill season* of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furnished from any nth#* aource. Water delivered twice daily to nrlvat# families, tuluera' cabins, saloons, etc. Ticket*, ranging front l»\i to cents apiece, will n® sold at the Office of the Company, on Ruby Hill. W. It. HARRUB. Proprietor. Jel T. W. PEARKON. Huperif temlent MINING TAX. Notice is herery given that tiiii taxes on the proceeds of the mlnea fee the quarter ending Kept. 80th, 1H7H, is nowdtt® and payable to me at uiy office In Enreka, an® that the law in regard to the collection of the aame will be atrictly enforced. 11ANK KNIGHT, nl-f.w Aaaesaor of Kunka County T. J. MATJPIN, NOTABY PIBIJA-OiriCE. M»l!l street. u#x* door to 4. Mrau* Wire.