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YOU. XVI._ EUREKA, NEVADA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1879. n * THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. rOBLISIIBD KVBKY MORNING (EXCKTT MON DAY), BY CASSIDY A SKILLMAN, A. SKILLMAN. GEO. W. CASSIDY. (Office—No. 5 South Buel Street.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, by mail.$1R 00 One ropy, six mouth*, by mail. 8 00 One oepy, throe months, by mail. 5 00 No papers forwarded until paid f#r. AGENTS: HUS. H. JACKSON.Ward W. P. GOODMAN.Pioehe j. W. LAMBERT.. .Ruby Hill JAMES O. DOYLE.Hamilton H. P. STIHLER.Belmont CHAft. B. 8TBEITBKRGER.Tybo HERMAN KRAUSE.Silver Reef, Utah J. B. PISCHBACH...-Bristol, Lincoln Co., Nev. H. I. HAGAR k CO...Frisco, Utah EENO VFCH k C(T.. .foowarj villB, Nye Co., Nev. CHA8. L. ROBINSON,.Sacramento, Cal. OH AS. W. CRANK, at No. 328 Montgomery street, room No. 10 Safe Deposit Building, is Sole Agent for the Eculka Daily -Sentinel In San Francisco. Persons in that city hav ing business with thi* office are requested to communicate with him. ■PJ1.UJWM-".1?."..... ' AGENCIES. mm B SAMI COOPER, FIRE AND ACCIDENT Scottish commercial, of Glasgow. CONTINENTAL AND NIAGARA. OF Mew York, and COMMONWEALTH, of Boa tun. four sterling Insurance Compauie*. Alao. Ageut for the Travelers’ Accident Insurance Co., Of Hartford, Conn. Insurance s#*in*t accidents of all kinds, arising from outward causes. If you are not insured against accidents, call at ouce and INSURE YOURSELF TRAVELERS’ TICKETS can be purchased for from one to thirty days, at 25 cents per day, MINI NONSTOCKS Beeglii sn.l K»l I mi < oiimtieeioia Only. San Francisco Correspondent# : Latham & King Also AGENT for the celebrated MrUcnle A I rbisu tiro ami Burilsr*prooI MaafVs. OiSro nt Welle, larje A (Vs. Eureka, April 3, IflT'J. api-tf MOLiKiu.1. jaa.’W. aifiTB. LAMBERT M3LINELLI & CO., Of&ott in Court-bouiws Klock, Eureka, Nevada. Convayan :ors and Real Estate Agents. Mercantile transactions, of all description*, promptly attended to. COLLECnONS HADE with promptness and dtifitch. MINES SOLD and Bonded. Loan* N«*g >tlated, end House* and Heal K*tute l)«>ught and sold. tlFZ AND FIRE Insurance Agencies. Votary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis trator, and Milling Recorder in thla office. Afent* for UnllN Kafe A I.oek Co. It E KEREN CBS: Paxton A Co., Banker*. Eureka, N**.; R. Rick er d, Sup't Richmond Coa M.Oo., Eureka. Nev.; Woj. Pardy, Cashier White Pine County Rank, Eureka. New.; A. M llillhouHo. Attorney at Law. Burcka. Xev.; Bishop* Habin, Attorney* at Law. Eureka, Wv ; II. Donnelly, bup't Eu reka Con. M.Oo., Eureka, Nev. Eureka. December 2d, 1»7«. d'J4-tf E. R. DODGE. GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, 1C C R K X A , NEVADA. ACF..V r FOB THE GIANT POWDER COfVIPANY KK" Offiea on Buel Street, opposite the Odd Fallow* Hall. &PIONEE Poplar Jewalry Store!! OF EUREKA, (Opposite J. A. Paxton A Oo.’s Bank.) J*. STRAUS, KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE stock of gold and silver watches. clocks. Jewelry, diamonds and silverware, gold pens, gold and silver penholders, of which l have the agency; gold, silver, steel and rubber spectacles and eve-ulasses. 1 have the best selection of spectacle" ami eye-glasses in Eureka, as I make those articles a specialty. Watches, clocks. Jewelry, mathematical and astronomical ma chines repaired, aud all work warranted or no charge made. J. STRAPS. Eureka, January 'JO, 1H70. Jamil tf CITY PROTOGRJPH CILLERY Ho ii ill Jin In Htrect, Eureka Nov. PhotographsPhotograohs Having the best arranged Gallery tn the State, aud having had a long and unlnterruph d prac tice in the Photographing business, 1 am able to produce the truest and —THE—* MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained in this State. All my work is Warranted for permanency, style and tine fin ish. Enlargement* reproduced from the smallest miniatures to tie Hfe-siaepicture, equal to any of the best reputed houses East or West. CRAYON FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. Also, Water color, Porcelain, Photo-chroma and all others too numerous to mention. AH negatives sit carefully retouched and preserved one year (or further orders. Si LOUIS MONACO, Photographer. ___ SOCIETIES. NT. JOIITS CHAPTER. NO. 8. The stated convocations of st John'. Chapter. No. 5, K. A. M.. will t neid at Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday evening of each month. Called comnranic*. <inn« «»n nU other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing are cordially invited to attend. w 4 T t>AV. E. DAILY, II. P. W. A. Durlet, Secretary. ei:rek a eod<;i:. no. ie, f. a- a. m. rilHE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU ± reka Lodge, No. lfl, F. k 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 tf sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, \V, M. w. P. SiKK'HELMAX, Secretary. ani:kka.\ I. A By It INION. ^pHE REGULAR MEETING*! OF THE I American Labor Union will bp held at Armory Hall. <n THU USD AY EVENING of each week. Any person desiring information in regard to the Union, can obtain the same by applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, Ixv tween the hours of 2 ami 4 o'clock p. m., daily. A C. DISHOP, President. A. M. Campbell, Secretary. apl7-tf BED MEN. "11TINNEMUCCA TRIDE, NO. f», IMPROVED f ▼ Order of Red Men, hold regular coun cils ai Masonic Hall on the third sleep of every seven shim, at the seventh run, thirtieth breath. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, are cordially invited to meet in council. K M. HE ATT Y, Sachem. Max Jacobs, Chief of Record. al BEATIFIC1 LOIMii; NO. 7, U.OI P., Meets each Friday of every month, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at its Castle Hell, in Odd Fellows’ building. All Brntl er Knights, in good standing, are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. C. L. BRUY, C. .0 H. B. McEie, K. of R. ami 8. BI LLION ENCAMPMENT NO. IO. Holds regular sessions on the Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7o’clock, »*. m.. at Odd Fellow*' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs *r* invited to attend. BEN. C. LEVY, C. P. fi. D. Henry, Scribe. je4tf WOFNTAIN UlDbENO. 27,1.0.0. F., M eet every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7 o'clock. All members of the order. In good standing, are in vited to attend. CHA8. FERRARI8, N. G. H. U. McKee, Secretary. HIBERNIANS. THE A. O. H. MEETS EVERY THIRD J Saturday evening of each month, at. the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THOM. MI RPHY, l'resideut. J. W. Malloy. Secretary. ■m tnni in wwm,—i—■ (O'iiE ONE! (SMB ILL!! ^ND SEE MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF D3B1ESTIC SUPPORTED CIGARS, All kinds of TOBACCOS : Pipe*, from the con*, moaeat Clay to the very liuest Meerschaum; *-igar and Cigarette H>dd«-r», and in fact a full line of Sinoiter*1 Article*. Also, STATIONERY, Blank. Pom and Time Books. i A full assortment of the very host Pocket Knives, Album*, Music Boxer. Guitar*. Ac corJIon*, and a great number of other good* adapted for PRESENTS, Too numerous to mention, which I offer to sell at PRISES A3 LOW AS THE LOWEST! Come and see. and I will convince you of the fact* above stated. I have a nice SAMP LE ROOM In the -ear, where you can get the ohoicegt kind* of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J. M. MICHEL. Eureka December 14. 1x78. dl $3| LIVERY,®®! FEED AND SALE STA3LE, South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada, MOO It I), 1IILLHOI N»: A («.. Prop's. V GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS WILL be cmidu t.-u in all it* branches. Horne* bought and sold. Horse* boarded by the day, week or month. Eleptnt turnouts, four in hand, double or Mingle, cun always be procured. Hay and Grain for Sale. Person* patronising us will always find good treatment and re* so liable price*. Eureka, April 1, 1*79. »1-tf Sttiitli t! 11 eii Street. (HAVE ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECT ki> stock of aecoiul-growth Eastern timber, and can msko to order any de sired style of buggy or wagon, finished In a substantial and tasty manner. Give me a call and I will give you honestly made work and good stock, at prices that cannot fall to suit. BLfiCKSnITH IfiG, PAINTING It E P A I Ii I N G , In all its brant-ben. done promptly and with great care. GEORGE L. OTT, Eureka, March 14. 1#7*J. uiarlStf CARD. rpHE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO THANK I the Home Mutual Insurance Company. 4. A. Hrumscy, General Agent, and Samuel Cooper. Resident Agent. f«>f the pi*>iopt and satisfactory adjustment and immediate pay ment of their respective claim* against said Company. CHAS D. STUART & CO., HIRAM ( ROWELL, J. H. Mil'll EL. 0 'SSIMIRE PRKV08T, MAGGINI BROS . JOHN S. CAPRON, A. J>UMAS. LUCINDA KNIGHT, M A. ASHIM W. B. HARRUB, MRS. A. BENEDICT. Eureka, April !», 1879- apa«-lm Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka. fpiIE I'NDEllSIONEIl, HAVING OPENED 1 the above establishment, offer, bia pro fesaional services to all who desire a first-eUan physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave. Ilnir CuUlnu. 50 (Villa. Shampoo lug, ill) C.nla. gm Connected with the cstab —... ltslmietlt are several ne»‘» .d ■aaajfiMlC&, rleiiant l'olb Rooms, Here \ BATHS the most desirable Hot or Cold, baths ran be bad at all times. HATH*. 5(> A TINTS. A share of public patronaite is eolletled. JAM EH M M. MOODY. Proprietor. 1 O II PKINTIN R. or AU.IIle acriptloua, executed with utoxtu... and deepal'.-b »t fit Sektintl - —-«— _RESTAURANTS. WALKER’S CHOP STAND! IN PERRY’S SALOON, IS NOW IN FULL BLAST. Meals at all hours, day or night, and the very bent the market affords. A Mississippi Cook at the stove. UNCLE BILLY W ALKElt is a sufferer by the fire, and deserves to be patronized. Give him a call. Eureka. May 5, 1879. myfi-tf JVtUS. BROWN’S RESTAURANT. Main Street, next door north of H. Johnaan's Store, Main Street. THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS WILL ■JL at ah time*, be served to my patrons. IB O -A. R D : ■*<*r Week.$£ OO Niiiifle Meals...GO eta A share of tlie public patronage is solicited. MRS. BROWN. Eureka, May 3, 1879. myi-tf FISKES MSTUUST IS AGAIN OPEN ! One door south of the Court-house, on Main Street. Eureka. I AM ONCE AGAIN PREPARED TO FUR. nisli all mv old customers and new patrons with the best day board in Eureka. Open Day and Night. Suppers for private parties gotten up cn short notice. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orders at the Store, goods will be delivered to any part df the town. (.'HAS. FIBRE, Proprietor. Eureka, April 22. 187‘J. ap23tf PARKER XiOXJSJB RESTAURANT. Main Street, Eureka. NOW CONDUCTED BY MRS. NICK MILLICH. •35^ / • THIS THE OLDEST REST A U f C> J rant in Eureka, hits been leased by y the undersigned, and will be con ducted in hrst-claes style, and will set the best table in tuwn. Hoard, perneek.88 00 Mingle Meal*.30 Cents NoChintae employed. Orders taken in English. Spanish and Italian. Mrs. N. MILLICH, Proprietress. Eureka. December 23, 1878. d24-tf RISEN FRDSII THE ASHES! MRS. IIXGLE'Z’S RESTAURANT, Next Door to Jack Perry's Saloon. tpHANKFUL FOR PAST FA- ^53 i v< rs, ami by strict attention busine .'.I hope to merit and re- j ceivc a share of the public pat- miw:> I r usage. Hoar:!, per Week.88.00 Mingle 39eul*.30 Cent* Eureka, April 23, 1879. ap23-tf TWO-BIT BESTMIVr! THE FIRST IN NEVADA. JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROERLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-live dents to $1 00 ! BREAKFAST : Beefsteak, Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, Pota toes, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee. IDITSTISrEIR, : All aorta of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegeta bles, Soups, Etc. jyy.'f AS8AYEKS. WALTER BROOKS, ASSAYED, rpwO DOORS NORTH OF WELLS k WAR L NEB’s stone building, Main Street, Eureka, - Nevada »' ALL ASSAYS DUPLICATED. "W Eureka, February 8, 1879. fel>4 tf FRANK ROBBINS, A-SS^^TIEilRr, On door above Wells, Fargo k Co’s. PBOMPTNEDN, Af'CURAt'Y AND MODERATE ('HARDER. *TP LEASE CALL. Jel To Whom It May Concern, lirE, THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF \\ the Diamond Ranchers’ Association, hereby notify and forbid all persons allowing their horses, rattle, sheep, hogs, or other stock t »run or grass upon any of our ranches, or drink the water from any of our springs, under P* nalty of prosecution to the full extent of the law. JOHN TORRE, BARONI a co„ HR I CCA k CO.. HENRY LORENZ, A. E. NICHOLS, CHAR. H. FIBRE, G. E. BENNETT, MR. BI KGHAM, FORD & HATHAWAY. Eureka. April 29, 1879. ap30-lin . MRS. CEO. A. DAVIS Nonth Main Street, DHALiEH I 3XT SECOND-HAND FURNITURE rpHE HIGHEST PRICES Wil l. BE PAID J for all articles offered for .sic. Good, ttold on small commissions. A alisrs of the public patronage is soliettsd. Eureka, March 21,1879. mr22tf HARDWARE AND CASTINGS. MAUPIN & AMES, BRASS WORKERS. Main Street, opposite the Parker House. \1TE ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL WORK f T In oar line In the best manner, and at reasonable prices. All orders intrusted to us will be faithfully and promptly attended to. We solicit a share of the public patronage. T. J. MAUPIN. O. W. AMES. Eureka, May IS, 1S79. my7-tf EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is prepared to furnish mills and furnaces with oastiistos Of every description: Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, in connection with the above, a BOILEIi SHOP, where all descriptions of Boiler Work and Forging will be under taken. All work leaving the Foundry \iNaranteecl and Executed ox the Most Reasonable Terms. •y Orders solicited from outlying districts and filled with dispatch. J. WELLS k CO., Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev. B. T. Lacy. L. C. Paiu. PARKE & LACY, Sole Agents for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rock Diiillrg Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinists' Tools and Steam Engines, Ras kin's Engines anil Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht Engines. Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumps, ALWAYS ON HAND. 417 Market Street. San Francisco California. BANKERS. PAXTON & CO., EAITKERS, El'REKA, NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Caltfornian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. J. W. Seligman ttT'o.New York D. O. Mills k Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysville White i; McCornick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. By Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. Ms Pi Cmly But, (In Calisher’s Building) E r R E fi A , NEVADA. President.L. Woodruff (ashler.Wui. Pardy Directors : F. W’. ( lute.E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at sight, on Wells, Fargo k Co., Ban Franaisca, New York and London. By Also, Local Agency of the following Fire Insurance Companies: Berlin 4'olojjno, of Berlin; l.u 4'on fin lire, of Paris; |,» 4 nlsse Generate,of Paris; Loudon Pro vineinl. of London: 4*irard. of Philadel phia; Revere, of Boston; People's, of New Jet soy; and other sterling Companies. Mining Stocks Bought and Bold on Commis sion. Eureka, May 15, 1979. myl6-tf rrXIE EUREIvA. PLANING MILL, Situated on the corner of Buel and Bullion Streets, Eureka, Nevada. J. C. HARMON Wisnr.s TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF Eureka and surrounding towns that he 1IAH FITTED I P 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 Tanks, Store and other Molded Doors, Door and Win dow Frames, etc., made to order, on short notice. Eureka. October 2S, 1ST. oSO-tf IF I IR, IE! Great Excitement IT RICHMOND HILL! South Main Street, Eureka. rums HOUSE IS NOW OPEN TO THE X public as A FREE CONCERT HALL, With good Liquors, Music, and polite Waiter GHrls. Billy hopes all his old friends, and all the new ones he can make, will gi\e him a Helping hand to make things J'*lly. W. 8. BOLAND, Manager. Eureka, April 28,1879. ap29-tf SECOND-HAND GOODS! ALL SORTS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF Goods Bought and Sold. Chairs Caned and Repaired with neatness and li spate h. JAMES HANNFGAN, 117 South Main Street, Opposith the Richmond Hotel. Eureka. Arrtl 21,1879. sp22-lm GROCERIES AND PROVISION'S. W. H. CLARK, Caraer Main aa*! Clark lit., Eureka, - Nevada. Tie Largest Mllislieit —AND MOOT— Complete Stock —OF— CROCERIES1 —and— GENERAL MERCHANDISE la the State. A mammoth assortment of choice Fresh Groceries Of all kinds, including in part Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Canned Fruit. Dried Fruit, Oysters, Spices, Syrups, Candles, Flour, Rice, Bacon, Butter, WINES, LIQUORS, &c., &c. AIho, a Foil Line of HARDWARE! —AND— Brass Goods, Steel, Picks, Sledges, Powder and Fuse. The beat selection in the Market of WINTER GLOTHma, At the Lowest Prices. The Latest Style of GENT’ SHIRTS. FURNISHING GOODS ! And Underwear. WK, Vo charge for delivering goods to any part of the District. Eureka. August 5, 1878. a6-tf R. SADLER & CO., North Main Street, Eureka. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries aid Piwisiis! CLOTHIHSTG-, BOOTS MD SHOES! HARDWARE! —AKD— A FULL LINE OF THE NEWEST STYLES —OF— W ALL PAPER! AGENTS FOB FOREIGN AND XI ORE INSURANCE^ COMPANIES. ALSO. AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, —AND- - HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING JP O “W D E R . tBT Goods Delivered free of charge. R. SADLER A CO., North Main Street. Eureka. J. MARCHANT IlMjn.1 opened n FAMILY GROCERY -AND PROVISION STORE, XTEXT POOR TO THE DRV GOODS STORE iv of Maclaren k Macdonald, where he will keep the CHOICEST GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. And .ell a, cheap aa the cheapeat. «7"Trade solicited. Goode delt.ered free of barge. mrM tf _MEAT MAKKET8. WBOLESM BUTCHERS. The undersigned have formed a copartuenihip under the name end •«»!• of MONTGOMERY k WITHINGTON, In the Wholesale Butchering Buslnese, And will fnrnlah to Retail Dealan tha beat of Beef, Veal and Mutton, Keep constantly on hand the boat of 03HC JPOIFUSl. A share of the public patronage is solicited. WM.A. MONTGOMERY. 4AS R. WITHINGTON. Eureka, December 10.1876. dll-tf CITY MARKET. tat me ruth a tm nut anti, South Main Street, Eureka, Nev. GEORGE BAII.KY, Propr. THE CHOICEST OgfMmk BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, 5BI SAUSAGE, <SeC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE City Market. A share of the patronage of old friends aad the public generally, is solieited. sep3*t/ CALIFORNIA MARKET. Two Doors South of the Court-house, Main Street, Eureka. GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors. Th« Finest Qnalltlca of BEEF, MUTTON, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. Fresh, Fat and Jntcy Heats, Of all descriptions, the best in the land, nd cheaper than the cheapest. At Wholesale and Retail. *EF“ Give us a call. j 1 SALOONS. No. 41 North Main Street, EUREKA. NEV. CaSKIRE PROVOST, PROPRIETOR. rjIHE CHOICEST BLINDS OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars Procurable in the San Francisco market, con stantly on hand. Give me a call. C. PROVOST. Eureka, May 9, 1879. inylO-tf ED. OEM'S SALOON Has been reopened on the^th* old site. The same quality of Bf jtJ Liquors and the same old brand of Cigars ffijfjg will be used as previous to the great con flagratlon. The prime cost of both DRINKS and CIGARS WILL BE OITE BIT! The same Mixologist, Geo. Fay will hold his old position. Everything is new and Airst class. The walk in the rear to Buel street has been rebuilt. All the old friends will remem ber that they are as welcome at the new place as they were at the old one. E. H. DEAN. Eureka, May 5, 1879. myC-tf JACK PERRUS SALOON,, -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EXJBEKA, 1STEA7-. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable In the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10, 1878. aulO-tf nEOPEisrxisra-! MROW-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 and Cigars To be bad in the San Francisco market. Give us a call. MOLALTESTA A LIGGETT, Eureka. May 1, 1879. iny2-tf --- I Great Attraction! STAR BREWERY SCHMIDT 1MEHOES, PROP’S. tl'HE STAR BREWERY IS NOW OPEN, I and will be conducted in the same manner as Joe Mendes* Tiger Saloon was kept on Main Street, with Good Liquors, Music, Attentive Waiter Girls. Joe says he is going t«» run the business, and hopes that all his friends will give him a help ing hand, to make things lively, Eureka. May3,18*9. roy4-tf LOST, V BUNCH OF KEYS ON A RING. THE ring has the subscriber's name ou it. The finder will confer a favor by returning the keys to W. A. MONTGOMERY. Eureka. Match M. 1879. mr‘27 tf Billhead*, lltifkhkai**, and Cards, printed at the S«:»<tixkl Office aft reduced price# _SPECIAL K0TICE8. I» Ml Blast. Bart^Ashim's *Un*r*' and Mechsnies Trad T» HaDnra. flood* at coat at Bart Aakim a tiHn' Hi Mechanics' Trade Depot. *"* From the Atkea. Phenlx risen from the kshee-Bart Aahim'a Minara'and Mec hanics' Trade Depot, corner of Main and Bateman streets, Doss'• Forces It, Bart Ashlm's Miners’ and Mechanics’ Trade Deoot is the cheapeat and reliable aton is town, and don’t you forget 1ft. ttelieft Belief! f Bert Aahlm, although a loaer, la a Belief * Committee of one, who will absolutely sire sway goods to other sufferers for leas money than any house in Eureka. Book it. " Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Be. paired. If yon want to have your watches and Jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, so to p. gtoler'a jewelry store, one door south of J, Ashliu k Bros.. Main street. All work ware _ aplS-tf Watches and Jewelry. If you want your line watches repaired ia the best msnner and guaranteed for one year to keep Correct time, go to Straus' Jewelry Store below the Parker House. jad The Fire Fiend. The ravages of the are Bend, the water Bend, or any other Bend, can’t keep Bart Aahlm, of the M. and M. T. I)., corner of Main and Bats* man streets, from selling the best good* at tha lowest figures. Cost prices, cost; silly that, and nothing more. Late of Jonh llarl'i I'ompony. Prof. Adalph Wedles, the popular pianist, haa returned to Eureka, and la now prepared to give instructions on the Piano and Organ. Mu •tc furnished for conceits, theaters, festivals, etc., a specialty. O* dera left at Max ObarfeM* er*a store, will be promptly attended to. Molaee. If yon have a fine or complicated watch or clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate and intricate piece of mechanism ueeding repairs, go to EDW. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clockmaker, one door north of Meyers k Franklin, Main street. All work warranted to give perfect satisfac tion or positively no charge. o2 CELEBRATED WEBKB PUXOS —AND— E*tey Organs. Sherman, Hyde k Co., San Francisco, Pscifle Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are con sidered the best and most durable. One only buys a Piano in a life time, therefore get the best, the beet is the cheapest, ale ways. Prof. Win. Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka. Th© New American. W. P. Haskell k Co. have been appointed agents for Eastern Nevada for the New Ameri can Sewing Machine. This machine combine* all of the latest improvements, and is in every respect the best machine in the market. Mr. M. Piquett, jnat from the East, who has been in the machine, business for the past six year*, will canvass this town and Kuhy Hill, and tak* order* for the American jnd Singer machine*, attachments, need let., machine oil, ete. _ap4-tf_ Astealnhliig tiaccea*. It is the duty of every person who has used Boschee’s German Syrup, to let Its wonderful qualities be knowiMo their friends in curing consumption, severe* coughs, croup, asthma, pneumonia, and in lact all throat and lung dis eases. No person can use it without in medi ate relief. Three doses will relieve any case, 'and we consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend it to the poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 40,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no one case where it failed was reported. Such a medicine as the German Syrup cannot be too widely known. Ask your druggist about it. Sample bottles to try sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cents. _ ^“phybicians *** DR. G. H. TH0MA, PHTMCIAN A\D»lBUEOI. OF. flee in Monaco's building, South Mils street. DR. I. B. JOSEPH, PHYSICIAN AND SIROEON. Office at the residence of Mr. T. Wethered, Professional calls received at any hour. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHl’NICIAN AND Rl’BOEOB. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton k Co’s Bank, Eureka. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PIIYNIUAN AMD Kl KOEON HIT. reka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. J. A. NESBITT, MTSC. M. OFFICE—NO. 21 BtJEL STREET. EAST side, sixth door south of Simtiskl office. Eureka, Nevada. au4-tf A# XV. ±J. PHYSICIAN AND SI KCION, KI7 reka, Nevada. Office : Monaco’s building, South Main street. Consultations in English, French, Spanish and Italian. ^JAME8^I^AII8^ PHYSICIAN AND SITU4KON. OF flee at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka. DR. E. THIELE, PllYHIt'IAN KI RtiKOJi AVI> OB. STETiuciAN. Office—89 Main street, Of fice hours : 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. DR. E bTdE LA MATYS Homeopathist.—office and residence west side of Spring street, near Star Brewery. Office hours : 8to 10 ▲. X.; 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. DR. M. ROCKMAN, PHYSICIAN AND S1HOEON. Office in Vanderh ith's Building. up stsini, two doors north of Paxton & Co’s, Main street. n«y#-tf PKOFE,SSIONALCAKD8, cThamilton, d. d. sT~ DE.YTIKT. ROOM* MO^r..-jpk ROE street, first door from the Qjfyyyfo THOMAS J. READ, CIYII, ISOHERR ASTI* 17. 1, DEP. uty Mineral Surveyor. Office In<Ryland’s Brick Building, on the coruer of Bateman and Buel streets, ip siaira. C. M. BENNETT, Architect and Builder. OFFICE ON SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE the old Opera House. Eureka, May 1, 1979. my2-tf MININC_ TAX. XfOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT TH1 XN Taxes on the Proceeds of the Mines of Eureka County for the quarter ending March 31. 1879, are now due aud payable to me, at my office, and that the law with regard to the col lection of the same will be s’rictly enforced, HANK KNIGHT. Assessor of Eureka County. Eureka. May 12,1879. myl3-30d X;E«AL BLANK*. OF Au7»& J a acriptions. printed to order at thb SEN tiStel office. \