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FRIDAY, : 7~T~7 : MAY 8. 1879 THE •ITIOOK. Tlie “ Mining end Scientific Press,” of Ren Francisco, devotes an interesting arti cle to the mining outlook on the Pacific Coast. That it is brighter than for many yean seems true. The heavy disconnt on silver and the low price paid for lead con stitute the greatest barriers to our pros perity. These obstacles, however, lit ns hope, may prove of but short duration. We make the following extract from the "Press’” review of the situation : "Thus far during the current year the business of mining for the precions metals on this Coast has been well prospered. We speak, Of course, of productive mining, the spec ulative branches of the business suffering nnusual depression. Hardly ever have stock operations so languished. The re vealment of other bonanzas on the Com stock, now deemed imminent, will be likely, however, to restore animation to the mining share market. Whether or not this will prove to be the case, certain it is, the working miners are pushing their labors with unwonted energy, and with every prospect that they will harvest this year a full crop of bullion. Never since the first pan of dirt was washed at Sutter’s mill, has mining seemed to be in a more healthful and progressive condition than at present. THE SlB-nilAIX. The Gold Hill “News” has some inter" esting statistics regarding the Satro Tun nel sub-drain, now in course of construc tion, about 900 men being employed on the work. It is believed that the tunnel will be in readineas to receive the water from the flooded mfnos of the Comatock inside of thirty days. At latest accounts about one-third of the ditch hod been completed. The drain, says the “News,” will contain two separate boxes, each 18x24 in the clear. The inner partition, in other words, is to be double. The material to be used is 3-inch. The length of these boxes will be about four miles. If sawed into inch boards 12 inches wide and placed end to end these boards would reach from Vir ginia to Sacramento. To break joints in the piankB a piece of hoop-iron 1H inches wide is to be inserted half in the edge of each plank, tlins making the structures water-tight. It will require 64 miles linear measurement of this hoop-iron to fill the bill. - The Greeley sisters come 11 the rescue of Whitelaw Reed and publish a card, in which they say : " Certain misstatements having gone before the public in regard to the dissipa tion of onr respective estates, we desire to state in this public way that witbiu the past year the income derived from them has doubled, and this previous to the payment of about $70,000, of which nearly $4,000 was outlawed. The previous improvement in the incomefrom our prop erty was chiefly due to the advico aud good management of one who bolds a near posi tion to us both, and who, greatly to our sorrow, has been unjnstly accused of squandering what be baa fostered and pre served.” It is a remarkable commentary npon tbe policy of tbe Russian Government that the liberal institutions secured to the Turkish Principalities, as the result of the late war, are wholly unknown to the Russian sol diers in their own country, so that what the armies of the Czar so bravely secured for the people of Bulgaria is forbidden to them in Russia itself. But a similar spec tacle resulted from the Franco-German war, the free institutions of the French Republic standing in strong contrast with the arbitrary aristocracy of the German Empire. The question is whether, in both eases, the people may not strive to help themselves to something better. - .. i. . .. Vihoinia City is taxed heavily to sup port a municipal government. The rate before the fire of 1875 was but 10 cents on each $100; in 1877 the rate was CO cents; for the current fiscal year the rate is $1.20 on each $100. For the coming fiscal year, in view of the trifling bullion yield and the depression in values of real estate, it ia evident that with the present expensive city government to maintain the tax for eity purposes will reach the enormous figure of $3 on each $100. —— -- * - Tub long-continued moderation, union and harmony of the French Republican party, under circumstances of unusual dis couragement and depression, seem to have given the party its proper reward in the overwhelming confidence of the people, as shown by the increasing majorities at the elections. Tbe elements of discord, how ever, long repressed by the presence of great danger, are now coming to the sur face, with an apparent determination to make tronbie. - ■ ■ -•♦•■■■-— Law, physio and divinity are well sap plied with feminine members in the United States. The lady doctors number fifty three, and feminine dentists four hundred and twenty, while sixty-eight women ara preachers. Some ladies adopt two or three callings at once. A Mrs. Gibbs, living in St. Louis, notifies on her door plate that she is an “elocutionist, poetess, washer and ironer." ————-• -A • Tub Maine Legislature inteuded to cat the Governor’s salary down to $1,500 a year, bnt banglingly worded the act so as to empower him to draw that amount eTery three months. UOOX1XO BODIE. A Movemeut to Aid the Eureka KnlTerers. A meeting was held iu Bodie a lew days •luce, to take atepe to assist the sufferers by our late fire. The following proceedings art taken from the “ Standard”: S. O. Btebbna was called to the chair, and Belden Hetae! appointed Secretary. On motion of It. McAlpia, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with tbe people of Eureka in their great affliction; that we recognize them za breth ren in the noble work of developing the vast resources of onr mountain homes; that we acknowledge their unparalleled generosity in contributing to the relief onr sister towns—Hamilton. Pioche, Virginia City and Reno—in their distress; that we In Bodie are hourly threatened with a like disaster, and that we earneatly appeal to onr fellow-townsmen to contribute liber ally to the relief fund now being oolleowd for Eureka. Resolved, That F, K. Bechtel, John Wagner and Joseph McDermott be ap pointed a committee of three to eolicit subscriptions, with instructions to forward all money* collected, by telegraph, to the Chairman of the Belief Committee in Smrekn. EASTERN NEWS. NIGHT DISPATCHES. | mil TO THE EEBESA DAILY SKIfTIIISL. | Wednesday’s Democratic Caucus. THEY RESOLVE TO STAND BY THE ARMY BILL. YESTEBDAY’H HOUSE PBOCEEDINGS The Democratic Mnjorlty Firm for the Blffht and the People. Washington, April 30. A well Attended Democratic caucus was held this afternoon, for the purpose of de termining what course should be pursned in regard to the President’s veto. After some discussion upon a proposition to refer the veto message to the Judiciary Commit tee. or to a Special Select Committee, with a view to obtaining a report which should exhibit its alleged incorrect interpretation of the purpose and effect of the sixth sec tion of the bill, it was decided to bring the measure to a direct vote to-morrow, with out debate or reference. A resolution embodying this conclusion was finally adopted wi& great unanimity, as follows: Resolved, That it is the sense of this cau cus that the bill making an appropriation for the support of the army should pass, notwithstanding the objections of the President, and that we will proceed to take a vote on it to morrow without debate. Washington, May 1. In the House of Represen tatives to-day Mr. Sparks called up the order made yes terday to reconsider the Army Appropria tion bill. A vote wts taken upon the ques tion, no debate being allowed, whether upon reconsideration the House will pass the Army Appropriation hill, notwithstand ing tlie objections of the President. The House refused the passage of the bill over the President’s veto, the vote standing— yeas, 120; nays, 110. This was not, of course, the necessary two-thirds in the affirmative. It was a strictly party vote, only three of the Grecnbackers voted for the bill and nine against it. A Canal Convention. New Yoke, May 1. Rear Admiral Ammen and Engineer A. G. Menocal, from the Washington Navy Yard, leave for France as delegates to the Oceanic Canal Congress, which meets May 15th. Tiie “Titles,” this morning, says the Congress is expected to decide between the Darien and Nicaraugan routes, and powerful interests are arrayed in favor of each, and naval franchises are held by the promoters of the general scheme. Suicided. Providence, R. I„ May 1. James H. Field, aged 60 years, of the firm of Field A Corn, furniture dealers, killed himself this morning, FOREIGN NEWS. (SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.] Riotous Russia. THREATENING ATTITUDE OF THE NIHILISTS. RIGOROUS REPRESSIVE MEASURES. A General Outbreak Probable at Any Moment. 8t. Petibsbcbo, May 1. A feeling of gloom prevails. Vigorous police regulations respecting the watching of houses, and visits and searches by night are to be made still more stringent. After 9 o’clock in the evening nobody will be at liberty to show himself in the street with out a certificate, on which must be written aud attested the place from which the General Gourko, the Governor General, bearer comes aud to where he is going, lias planned this ordinance. Soon it will not be necessary to light a candle before 9 o’clock. Yet at 9 o’clock every one must be indoors, and after 10 o'clock, as in the barracks, every light must be ont. Not withstanding, the inseenrity of St. Peters burg increases, and every day grenades are exploded in the streets. The intention of the Nihilists is to keep the police in a state of constant excitement, to tire them ont, or lull them to sleep with the idea that the danger has been exaggerated. They also reckon on the harsh measures and arrests producing discontent among many peopl^ who, when the time comes for a grand' attack on ibe government, would join the revolutionists. One night recently sedi tions placards were stuck up in the vicinity of the theaters and at the corners of the principal streets, and although the city po lice and detect!res at once hurried up and tore down the manifestoes,they nevertheless appear* d anew. In this one night upward of 150 persons were arrested, and among all tbi ee the police failed to find a scrap of paper which appeared to have anything to do with the proclamation. The secret hill-stioker, on the other hand, went on with his work, and the police were un able to discover him. The alarm at last became so great that two companies, un der Colonel Deberg, were posted at the en trances to a number of bouses and streets, hut when the guard had its attention to the right, bills were posted on the left, aud after they had been torn down on the left, reappeared. Since the attempt on the life of the Czar, troops have been held in read iness day and night. In every regiment two companies, in marohing order, aud equipped with hall cartridges, are kept constantly under arms. Batteries stand ready and mounted in the barrack-yards, sqnadruus of cavalry stand in constant readiness to mount, and day and night a division of Cos b ks patrol the streets. A great fire occurred in the city of Oren burg, ou Ural river, on Monday aud Tues day, destroying the principal part of the city. The loss is enormous. More than half the population are destitute of food and shelter, and a number of persons were in jured. A Berlin correspondent attributes the Orenburg fire to political discontent, and points out that offenders are frequently banished to Orenburg. Pesth, May 1. A violent hurriosne at Szegedin, yester day, destroyed the works prepared fur re storing the railway, filling the breaches in the dams, etc. Barges filled with build ing material and earth were mostly sunk. The storm caused extensive fresh breaches in the railway embankment, aud the laborers are in great danger. Belief has been sent them. Pabis, May 1. The publishers of the “ Revolution Francois* ” have beeu condemned to three months’ imprisonment, or to pay a fine of 1,000 francs, for publishing a letter justi fying communism. Londok, Mayl. A telegram to Lloyds states that the Chilian fleet has retired from the Peruvian ooast to protect Valparaiso and other ports threatened by the Peruvian fleet. The Marquis of Salisbury. Secretary of Bute for the Foreign Department, speak ing at a banquet, declared that the Govern ment was determined nut to depart in any way from the treaty of Berlin. They had already given np a great deal for the asks of peace, but could give up no more. So far aa be knew, the great Powers, without exception, were flrmly resolved to execute the treaty of the Eastern Roomelians, and accepted the autonomy which was guaran teed them. Their position would be an unenviable one if tLny refused it. Repres sion must follow, and their blood would be upon their own heads. But he did not believe they would chooee the latter al ternative. The “Chronicle,” which ia the londeet talker about the rights of labor, pays its employes lower salaries than are paid by any other paper in the eity.—lB. t. Ex PACIFIC COAST. (SPECIAL ro THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL, j CALIFORNIA. A Possibility of Son Fran Cisco's Treasurer Bel or Reinstated—Tbe Clerk of a Court Absconds. San Francisco, May 1. Treasurer Hubert’s bondsmen have agreed to make good the Caasebohm de ficiency if the Commissioners will rein state the Treasurer. Judge Wright holds that the defalcation is only technical, and that restoration of the money is all that the law can require. In this opinion W. C. Burrett, City and County Attorney, con curs. The Mayor, Auditor and County Judge have taken the proposition to rein state Hubert under advisement, and it is probable that he will be reinstate d on pay ment of $25,000 by his sureties. It has been ascertained that Wm. Treen, Clerk of the City Criminal Court, has ab sconded, leaving a number of creditors to mourn his departure. It seems that he has taken none of the public money with him, but has victimized private parties to the tune of several thousand dollars. He left some days ago, ostensibly for Los Angeles, but in reality for New York. Telegrams have been sent to secure his arrest. BORN. Virginia, April 27—Wife of Frank Edwards, a son. Carson, April 28—Wife of William M. Tregay, a daughter. Elko, April 23—Wife of W. F. Downing, a son. Austin, April 24—Wife of F. E. Honse. a son. Austin. April 24—Wife of 8. A. Hoflin, a son. Austin, April 25—Wife of Joseph Roberts, a son. fiARKir:n. Austin, April 24—Charles Ferns to Miss Susie MeLaugnlin. —1 ■' 11 11 ■■■■■■■■ DIED. Gold Hill, April 24—Adam Clark, a nuiive of lows, aged 20 years. -A CARD. Editor sentinel, or any other MAN: The prisoner. Charles Ennis, who is charged with stage robbery, is not a relative of J. T. ENNIS, of the Little Store Ar< und the ! Corner, the assertions of zealous rivals to the contrary notwithstanding, for our Ennis is more addicted to giving than taking ; for proof of which, read the following: Ennia sella dozen Eggs for$l. Ennis sells Mix cans of Oysters for M. Ennis sells four cans of Tomatoes for $1. Ennia sell* live pounds of canned Lard for $1. Ennis sells three cans of table Fruit for $1. Ennis sells 6 \ pounds of Sugar for $1. Ennis sells six pounds of Rice for $1. Ennis sells the best California Butter for 75* Ennis sell the best sugar-cured Hams at 17c per pound. Eunis sells the best Breakfast Bacon at 16c per pound. Eunis sells more Vegetables for $1 than any one in town. Can any of our high priced, high-pressure, long-credit merchants do as well ? If you are not satisfied, af er reading the above, that it don't .run in our Lunily to nip, call at the Little Store Around the Corner for further proof and prices of other articles not here enumerated. Yours, for the right, J. T. ENNIS. Eureka, May 1, 1879. myi-tf HEOEEisrxrsrca-1 NARROW-CMGE SALOON Corner of Buel and Clark Streets, Eureka. NEW THROUGHOUT ! MOLALTESTA & LIGGETT, PROPRIETORS. Having rebuilt the above saloon, the proprietors will keep constantly on band the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors aud Cigars To be bad in the San Francisco market. Give us a call. MOLALTESTA k LIGGETT. Eureka, May 1, 1879. my2-tf WASHING. EUREKA STEM LAUNDRY COM. Laundry om Main Street, south of the Rich mond Smelting Works. VTT ASHING CALLED FOR AND DELIV feu ered in sny part of the city, and will be Hone in one day, when desired. Work done at the same prices as at San Fran cisco lauudrien. List of prices furnished bv the drivers. FORD k DRAKE, Proprietors. Eureka, May 1, 1879. my*2-tf ATTENTION 1 NATIONAL GUARD. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED TO MEET at the TURNER HOUSE THIS EVEN ING, at half-past seven o’clock, sharp. A full attendance is requested. By order of A. C. BISHOP, Captain Comd’g E. N. G. P. T. Walsh. First Sergeant. Eureka, May 1, 1879. my2-lt SETTLE. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to A. Berwin, of the White House Clothing Store, are requested to call immediately and aettle, thereby saving coats, as all accounts will be pushed to collection after thia date. Eureka, May 1, 1879. my3-lw C. M. BENNETT. Architect and Builder. - . OFFICE ON SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE the old Opera House. Eureka, May 1, 1879. my2-tf — > I ■ « l ^ ib a a a i SI NOTICE. IF PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN debted to me will make each payment aa they feel able to do, under the prevent etrcnm etanoee, the favor will be highly appreciated. 0. HAMILTON, Dentiet. Eureka, April Jt, IMS. apM WE ARE READY -FOR BUSINESS! S XT O O E S © O TL S TO D . M JJAVINQ BOUOHT OCT THE BUSINESS OF MB. MANHEIM, WE PROPOSE TO CONTINUE THE BU3INF.S3 OF €reneral Mercliamlising! At the Old Stand, Two Doors South ef the New Postoffice. WE HAVE OS HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OF WESTS', TOCTH'S ASD CIIILDBES'S CLOTHING EVER OFFERED 11ST EUREKA; _A_TjS30 GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, SATCHELS, SHAWL STRAPS, ETC., And everything pertaining to a first-class Gents Outfitting House. We will nlao carry a full atoek of CROCKERY, FOR FAMILY AND RESTAURANT USE ; Also Wall Paper, House Lining, Duck, Mattresses, Pillows, Etc., Etc -- Unr C*r®cery department Will be complete la *11 Its details, aul we will at nil times be able to supply customers with CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, At Very Low Figures. and get prices. No trouble to show goods. Goods will bo delivered free in Fnruta an*! Pttbv IliH. Ouf assistants will be the foilovrlug well-known gentleman: M. J. McCOliMICIv, J. A, MATHEWSON, C. It. ROYCK. Respectfully, Tour*, FRAPJK DOUTRICK & CO. Eureka. April 30. IS. 19. u.yl-lf fdfiCLAREN & r/iACDGflALD HAVE RECEIVED THEIR And are offering them at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OUR NEW GOODS ARE COMPRISED IN part of Suits and Suitings in Camel’s Hair, Basket Cloth, Cashmeres, Snow-flake, Burnette and Tarltans. Ladies’ and Children's Shawls, WOOL, GOODS, -ASD UNDERWEAR 1 Fancy ‘a iid Millinery Goods, j Of every description. Ladles* Cloak* and Trimmed IVat* Specialty. Also, a full line cf DOMESTIC GOODS. Gentlemen’s I'urubhlns Good*. •ST1 All gooods ma ked In plain figures, and strictly ONE PRICE. tf*T Xew Dry Goods* More, VI Opposite the Odd Fellow’s Hall. Eureka, November 2 n3ft HORSES LOST. ONE BAY HORSE, BRANDED "WP," one Buckskin, and two Chestnut 8orrel Horses, turned out Vy Jifl of W. H. Clark’s stable on the night Yj /T of the tire. A liberal reward will be paid for the recov ery of the same. W. H. CLARK. Eureka, April 23, 1879. FOR THE JSUFFERERS! UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, I WILL SELL Canned Tomatoes at 25 cents a can; Three cans of Table Fruit for $1; Best of California Roll Butter for 75 cents per roll ; Breakfast Bacon at 16 centa per pound. Other thinga iu proportion, J. T. ENNIS. At the little Store Around the Corner. Eureka, April 20, 1879. ap20-tf LOST. ON THE NIGHT OF THE FIRE. A DO. ix.Cati'* Sewing Machine wan taken from the corner of Maiu and Clark streets. The per son having the same will pleiise leave it lit my present residence on Nob Hill. Also, a ligb* set of Furniture—one marble^top table and one plain Bureau without any drawers. MRS. L. SHIPP. Eureka, April 24, 1879. ap25 RVE PRIVATE DINING ROOMS, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, AT THE PARKER Houae Restaurant. MB«. NICK MIKLICH. Eureka, Arpll 33, 1879. apXI-St. TO Bids for sinking 131 feet of shaft on tbe Sweetwater Mine, will be received until April 28th, 1879, For apecifiratlona. ap ply to 8 F. PACK, Treasure Cite, White Pina Oouote, Nevada, April 14,1879. »pl7 GOOD NEWS ' I TO THE PUBLIC ! Have just received their immense IMPORTATIONS OF Sprinsr and Summer DRY GOODS clothhsto-, Which they offer AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! As they have bought their stock for caah, at the recent depression and failure* of the wholesale Dry Goods Trade in San Francisco. We have made up our mind And will always give more vilue for the money than any other ft* m in Eureka. We have received AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT of the latest styles of Silks, Dress Goods, Grenadines, Piques. Lawns, and many other fabrics, which we otter At Hholes»le Figures! Also, Ladles' and Children's TRIMMED HATS, DRESSER and WRAPPEER, of all de scriptions, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, etc. 008 PM GOODS, Lace**, Embroideries, Cornets, Gloves and Mil linery Goods Cannot Be Excelled. We have the latest styles of Ladies’ French KID SLIPPERS sud SHOES, which we sell very low. OUR GENTS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING -AND Furnishing Goods, And Hats and Caps are the largest and beat se lected stocks tills aide of Ran Francisco, and we will sell them at prices within the reach of everybody. Menu Biulnewi, mid Defy t orn petition ! •^We will take especial pains to HU all country orders sent us, promptly and correctly. METERS & FRANKLIN, AGENTS for Mditae Demorut's Hell nble lBntteru«, tue latest of which have just been received. Eureka, April 16,1876. ap!7-tf $50 REWARD! gTBAYKD FROM EUREKA, ON or about the Slat Inatant, TWO SORREL HORSES, Branded B on right ahoulder; one with alight blaze on forehead, aud the other haa a aoar on the hip. #£50 Reward Will be paid for the return of the above ani mal* to EMPIRE COBBAL. Eureka, April 3*, m». apM-lm* HALL’S SAFES! WE CLAIM THAT THEY ARE AVISO H Liai.LV FIRE fifiD EU3GLAR PR32F! THAT ODR LOCKS COMBINE MORE SECURITY Tlanaa nny I.orli* taa CxUlrnre THAT 01'It LOCKS CANNOT BE PICKED OH OPENED By burglar* or expert* (a* In the ca*« of other ' lock*), and wo will i PUT FROM $1,000 TO $10,000 i Behind them at any time a^aiiiMt an equal , amount. LAMBERT M0LIKELLI & CO., AGENTS FOR HAIL'S SAFES, »p13-tf EI KEKA, NEVADA. HIRAM JOHNSON, Who!1* and Retail Dealer In utapie axd paxct GROCERIES —Ajn>— IPROVISIOKTSI ! Chicago Hams anti Breakfast Bacon, Sugar tfured, alwr.ya on hand. STONE WAREHOUSE, Monroe aireet, between Bateman and Clark. ap'23 KB. BEASTS SIMM WILL OPEN On Saturday Night, May 3d. A FREE LUNCH, CONSISTING OF ROAST turkey, chickens, and all the delicacies of the (<eaann, will be nerved. The public are cor dially invited to be preaent. The same clnsa and brand of liquors will be used an before the grand cremation. One bit, abort or long, paya for each and every drink or cigar. Firnt-clitMR good* will only be used, and the same manipulators of plain and fancy drinks will he In attendance. Eureka, April 39, 1879. ap:;0-td I J. V. HART. W. W. PHELPS. IIAFIT cfc PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS, -AND SHIRT MANUFACTURERS, No. 21 Malu Street, Four Doom North of the PoBtolftce, Eureka, Nevada. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER, At Ann Franclaea Prleea. Eureka, April 36,1879. ap27-tf MRS. SHIPP Ij7 ARNESTLk REQUESTS AI.L PERSONS !i indebted to her. to t all at her residence, on Nob Hill, baokof tba Harley Mill, and nettle She I. in great need of money, and to pea thuee owing her will call Immediately. Eureka, April 18,1879. ap28 tf FOR BALK AND to Let ^ BOARDING HOUSp" FOR SALE. ^ boarding HOUSE, SITUATED tiff? in Ruby Hill, containing • good kttch. Biij en, with utcnalla tor nae on band. The bouaa has a Sue dining-room and ten bedroom,, with bed, and bedding, end bog pm. and Mllm convenient to the houae, and alluated near the Consolidated mine. For particular, .pp,y J Eureka, April 28,1872. J°E FOE. SALE. \ DESIRABLE DWELLING HOUSE a_ ",J spring Street, containing Bve fiPt room, and a good cellar. Lot 25 feet. The property will be a, Id very cheTT^ Apply to JOSEPH WI.VZELL, or “ P' Eureka, April 28, 1819. *“ **' BOIJOE^Im00. for bale' House and lot on main stkkt a-* lluby Hill : alao. Store FUlurea’JS* Show-caaca, Counter*. Shelve,, snail, en.Tl an A 1 Grover and li«fe. r Sewlug Marlilne " ply to LAMBF.HT MOUNELU a co Eureka, April 24. 1879. ap25-tf FOE. SALE. 4 DWELLING HOUSE, ON NOB HILI ,-X containing parlora, dining-room thrL’ bed.room*. three . loaeta, kit. lieu. ,nd .," ,7 cellar underneath, completely furuiahid houaekeeplug. Immediate poaaeaalon olvi* Apply at mv office CHITTENDEN THORNTON Eureka, April 21. 1879. apitf ROOMS TO LET ^EVFRAL LARGE AND COMFORTAB! m O Room*, In suit* or single, <•»„ had a. inquiring of JAMFk a. DENTON At the Consolidated Boarding Hnutt Main street. ’ P,ortk Eureka, December 10, 187 TO BENT. \ BUSINESS HOUSE ON finrTtr . . Main street is for rent, at reason able term*. Inquire of J. H ALDERSON, or J. 8. WHJTTOX Eureka, Apnl 26, 187U. ap27-tf TOR SALE, A DOUBLE HOUSE, ON NOB HH.L, AD. /* joining the Presbyterian Church. One contains three Mild the < iher two roeum. Gcxm| « ell«r and water on the premises. Apply to tUe uiideralgued on the premise*. .. , MILS. C. NORRIS. Eureka. April 21. B79. apvritf For Sale or To Let. 4 HOUSE OF TWO ROOMS. ALSO fl-A 1V Counter* and Shelving, tuny be had glga Mt a bargain, by rutty application [ Miller's Hi»ir-d replug Hali«»n. next door to the Turner House, or to AUNT HANNAH. Eureka, April 23. W79. ap'24 tf Offices and Looms to Let. I'^RONT K OMK ON MAIN STREET, SUIT. i.l b nr « !Jlc*>. hid f.;riii*Ud '•benlng rooms In ronuectku, If rrquin d. For pnrticu. lur. . apply to AV W II LOI (HIKY. •p9 U Over Dunk' 1 k C-’a Dry (iuod*Store. # CENT HAL NOTICES. NOTICE. VI-1. PERRON* KNOWING THEMSELVES indebted t*. M. II JOSEPH, of tue iMiim Rule Store, will oblige him by tilling at Phil. Harris'cig'tr stand, adjoining Call i« her Hiwa. r.ewa depot, m* soon a» puimble, aud paying the aasne. Eureka, April 21, 1R79. apPJtf NOTICE. fpiir. OWNER OF \ IH'M'1 K OF BLANK 1 »!■♦. nn rrnbrol.n. « F*-ii»«r Pillow, and one B« d Khe- t, 1—ft nt PEED F CO'S during the fire, i« notified t»> rail hm) remove them, vrblrh he cam do by paying for this advertise turnt. Eureka, April 22.1KT9. ap2» Itf '3T1CE. DR L. r. JOKFPII OK FT. ED. PEN FOLD a<e mith(.sized fo make rollectiuua for mo during my absence In Cal f* ltd*. M H.JOSEPH. Eureka. April ?«. 1 <79. »»»^-tf NOTICE. I HAVE ON MY PREMISES, AT ALPHA. a iiiouae-eulored Mare anil Colt. 7 hire 1. uu penepitble brand on the Mare. Th.owuor van have tb. ..in. by railing wltbiu thirty d.y. and paying cLarge,. EtYP.N NICHOLSON. Alpha, Nay.. April 21. 1879 ipJS-lm^ NOTICE. rpur, HOLDER OF CERTIFICATE Nn 4CM J Fifty aharea Dolma, ta r * u n." trii to rail at i-ur ufllcc. PAXTON A CO. Eureka, April 28, 1879. ai® >“* CAUTION. VTOTICF, IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT CHAg. IN SHOEMAKER la tu t authoriiwt to cullacl any acruunla whatever fi r me. AitTut u McMahon, Proprietui of Nevada Laundry. Furi I a, April 21, ih78. apTAltn A CARD. rf-HF. UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO THANE 1 the Homo Mutual Insurance Company, J. A. Brmnaey, General Agent, and Saunter Coopar. Resident Agent, for the prompt *na satisfactory adjustment and Inimedlute pay ment of their respective claim" against aaR* Company. _ . CHAR D. R ri’ART k CO., HIRAM CROWELL, J. H. MICHEL. 0*881 MIRK PRF.VOST, MAOGINI BROS., JOHN H ( APRON, A. nrMAR, LI CINDA KNIOIIT, M. A. A8UIM. AV. R. HAllRFH, MRS. A. BENEDICT. Eureka, April 29, la79. ap;M)-lni To Whom It May Concern. WE, THE IJNPERSIONEB, MEMBERS Of die Diamond Rancher*' AaforUui*. hereby notify end forbid all persona allowing tbeir lioraee, cattle, abeep, hoga, or other atoo* tomu or grt'ae upon any of our rancher, or drink the water from any of our *prlrg». under penalty of proaecutiou to the full extent of tae law. JOHN TORRE. BARONI A CO„ BRIOCA A CO., HENRY LORENZ, A. E. NICHOLS, OHAS H. FIBRE, O. E. BENNETT, MR BCROHAM. FORD A HATHAWAY. Eureka. April 29, 1KT.I. aP3111"1 Notice to Teamsters. HIPS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE of Lambert Molluelll A Co.. Main afreet. Eureka. Nevnd", by the nnderfdgnH. np » »**a In. Hiding SATURDAY, MAY .8, 1W». totth® »* inov 1 and transportation from Scbellbnrn. White Pine county, Nevada, to Eureka, Nevaus. of the Molinelll Hotel. M»ld building contain* in the aggregate about twenty-five feet of lumber, besides doors and winoow . Teamsters are only to load, transport, auu load said lumber at Eureka. The undersigned reserves the right to rejw any or all of said bids. ..nttuviTi LAMBERT MOLINELLI* Eureka, April 21,1879. Groat Attraction. ,1'HE STAR BREWERY, KEPT BY MESSRS I SCHMIDT A MENDES, la now op« « tha aame manner a* Joe Mendea Tiger waa kept on Main Street, with good mu®"1. • mnele. and attentive waiter gtrla. , Joe eaya be la golug ¥< run the bualneae. an I hope, that all hi# friend# will give him a »«*■ i tng hand, to make thinga lleely, „ . Eureka, April 21,1«79. ,p"