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VOL. XVI. EUREKA. NEVADA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 21, 1879. . NO> 443
THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
ffcWifOMM D STBBT MORN1NO (EXCEPT MOM
DAY), BY
CA88IDY * 8 KILLMAN,
a, iKUXMAM. ORO. W. CASSIDY.
(Office—Vo. 6 South Duel Street.)
THUMB OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Ohs eopy. one year, by mail.$15 00
One eopy, sis mouths, by mail. 8 00
One eopy, three months, by mail. 5 00
Vo papers forwarded until paid for.
AOEVT8:
MRS. M. JACKSON.Ward
W. P. GOODMAN.Pioche
J. W. LAMBERT.Ruby Hill
JAMKfl O. DOTLE...Hamilton
H. P. BTIMLER..Belmont
CHAS. B. 8TREITBERQER.Tybo
HERMAN KRAUSE.Silver Reef, Utah
J. B. FIBOHBACH...-Bristol, Lincoln Co., Nov.
». I. HAOAR k CO...Frisco, Utah
XENOVICH k CO. ..Downejrviile, NyeCo., Nev.
CHAS. L. ROBINSON.Sacramento, Cal.
CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 328 Montgomery
street, room No. 10 Safe Deposit Building, is
Mole Agent for the Eureka Daily Hkmtinel
|u Ban Francisco. Persons in thst city hav
ing business with this office are requested to
communicate with him.
AGENCIES.
FIRE INDICHDENTS!
SAM’L COOPER,
FIRE HID ACCIDENT
INSURANCE AGENT.
Scottish commercial, of Glasgow.
CONTINENTAL AND NIAGARA, OF
Vew York, and COMMONWEALTH, of Boston,
four sterling Insurance Companies.
Also, Agent for the
Travelers’ Accident Insurance Co.,
Of Hartford, Conn.
Insnranoe against accidents of all kinds,
arising from outward reuses.
If you are not insured against accidents, call
at once and INSURE YOURSELF
TRAVELERS' TICKETS can be purchased
far from one to thirty days, at 25 cents per day,
MINING STOCKS
Beaght aad Hold on C'emmlwlon
Only.
Ban Francisco Correspondent* :
Latham & King
Alto AGENT for tb. reUbrttrd MeNeale
Jt I'rkM rtr. and Ilnrular-proof
MRm.
OMr. at Wall*. Fare* A To'*.
Audi. April *, 1*19. *p4-tT
ttaaaaT aounixi. Jam. w. mmitm
LAH3ERT M3LINELLI & CO..
OfAotlo Ooart-boau Block. Bank*. NevtAt.
Conveyancers and Real
Estate Agents.
Mbbcantile transactions. or all
description*, promptly attended to.
COLLECTIONS MADE with promptness and
41a • itch.
MINES SOLD and Bonded. Leana Negotiated,
and House* sad Real Estate Bought and sold.
LIFE AND FIRE
Insurance_Agencies.
Votary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis
trator, and Mining Recorder in this office.
▲grata for Unll*e Safe A Lock Co.
REFERENCES:
Paxton k Co., Bankers, Eureka, Nev.; R. Rick
ard, Sup’t Richmond Con. M.Co.. Eureka, Nev.;
Ww. Pardy, CaahDr White Pine County Bank.
Eureka. Nev.; A. M Hillbonae, Attorney at
Law, Eureka, Nev ; Bishop A Sabin, Attorneys
at Law, Eureka. Nev.; H. Donnelly, Sup't Eu
reka Con. M.Co., Eureka. Nev.
Eureka. December 23, 1878. d24-tf
E. R. DODCE.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
BtlRKKA, NEVADA.
AUE1FT TOR TUB
GIANT POWDER COMPANY
tST Office on Buel Street, opposite the Odd
Fellowe Hall. _
PIONEER
Pillar Jaw store!!
OF EUREKA,
(Oppo.lt. 1. A. P.xlon A Co.'. Bank.)
J\ STRATJS,
Keeps constantly on hand a fine
■took of gold and silver watches, clocks,
Jewelry, diamonds and silverware, gold pens,
gold and silver penholders, of which I have the
agency; gold, silver, steel and rubber spectacles
and eye-glasses. I have the best selection of
spectacles and eye-glasses in Eureka, as I make
those articles a specialty. Watches, clocks,
Jewelry, mathematical and astronomical ma
chines repaired, and all work warranted or no
charge made. J. STRAUS.
Eureka, January 20,1879. Jan'Jl tf
CITY
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
■oath Main Street. Earoka »«*.
Photographs Photographs
Having the best
arranged Oallery in
the State, and having had a
long and uninterrupted prac
tice in the Photographing
business, I am able to produ
MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES
To be obtained in this State. All my work t«
warranted for permanency, style and fine fin
ish.
Enlargements reproduced from the smallest
miniatures to th« life-aise picture, equal to any
of the beat reputed houses East or west.
CRAYON FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY.
Also, Water color. Porcelain, Photo-chroma
and ail others too numerous to mention.
Ail negatives are careful 13' retouched and
preserved one year for further orders.
•1 LOUIS MONACO, Photographer.
SOCIETIES.
ST. JOHN S (llAPTEn, WO. 5.
The stated convocations of st
John'* Cnapter, No. 5, R. A. M., will be
neid 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 standinc are
cordially Invited to attend. 8’
DA V. E. DAILY, H. P.
W. A. Dlhi.et, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE. WO. 16. P. A A. H.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU
reka Lodge, No. 16, F. k A. M., will be
neid in Masonic Hall, every Saturday even
ing on or preceding the full moon in each
month.
Called communications every Saturday even
ing.
Members cf slater lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially invit
ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M.
W. I*. Steichelmah, Secretary.
AM ERICA W LABOR UWIOW.
THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE
American Labor Union will be held at
Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of
each week. Any person desiring information
In regard to the Union, ran obtain the same by
applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, be
tween the honrs of 2 and 4 o’clock p. m., daily.
A. C. BISHOP, President.
A. M. Campbell, Secretary. apl7 tf
RED MEW.
WINNEMITCCA TRIBE, NO. 8, IMPROVED
Order of Red Men, hold regular coun
cils at Masonic Hall 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.
R. M. BEATTY, Sachem.
Max Jacobs, Chief of Record. al
BEATIFIC LODGE, MO. 7. K. OF P.,
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 7 M o'clock p. m., at Its Caatle
Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building.
All Brotl sr Knights, in good standing, are
fraternally iii/ited to attend such meetings.
C. L. BBOY, C. .0
H. B. McKie. K. of R. and 8.
Bt LLIOJf EMCAMPMEMTYIO. 10.
Holds regular missions on the
Third MONDAYS of each month, at
7*4 o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fallows' Building.
Sojourning Patriarchs are invited to attend.
BEN. C. LEVY, C. P.
8. D. Henry, Scribe. je4tf
tiO1MTAIM LODGE MO. 27.1.0.0. 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. CHA8. FERRAHIS, N. G.
H. B. McKee, Secretary.
HIBERXIAM*.
TnE A. O. II. meets every third
Saturday evening of each month, at. the
corner of Clark and Monroe atrc-eta, until
further notice. THUS. MURPHY, President.
•J. W. Malloy. Secretary.
COSE ONE MM ALL ! !
^ND SEE MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF
DOMESTIC A IMPORTED CIGARS.
All kinda of TOBACCOS ; Pipes, from the com
monest Clay to the very ft neat Meerschaum;
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and in fact a full
line of NinokrrN* Article*.
Also, STATIONERY, Blank, Paaa and Time
Books.
A full assortment of the very best Pocket
Knives, Albums. Music Boxes. Guitars, Ac
cordions. and a great number of other goods
adapted for
PRESENTS,
Too numerous to mention, which I offer to
sell at
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWESTI
Come and see. and I will convince you cf the
facts above stated.
I have a nice
S A. Ts/I IP LE ROOM
In the ’■ear, where you can get the choicest
kinda of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. H. MICHEL.
Eureka December 14.1KTR. dl
FOR S-A.IjRj.
FOURTEEN
QUARTZ WAGONS,
(Axles ranging from 3 to 4 inches,)
Complete mart In Good Runnlac
Order.
— INCLUDING —
ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON,
(Nearly New—Original Cost,$1,660.)
ANY OR ALL OF THESE WAGONS WILL
be sold at less than one-fourth of their
rigiual cost. For particulars apply to
M. RICH or DR. J. B. KEEN,
Eureka, Nevada.
Or to W. B. HARRUB.
East Oakland, California nsQtf
LIVERY,
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
South Main Street. Eureka, Nevada,
MOORE, HILLHOI SR A CO., Prop's.
A GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS WILL |
be conducted in all its branches. Horses j
bought and sold. Horses boarded by the day, !
week or month.
Elegant turnouts, four In hand, double or
single, can always be procured.
Hay and Grain for Sale.
Persons patronizing us will always find good
treatment and reasonable prices.
Eureka, April 1, 1879. al-tf
THE iETTIFtlEK:^
PLANING MILL,
Situ.ted on tba corner of Bu.l and Bullion
Street., Eureka, Nevada.
J. C. HARMON
WI8TIE8 TO INFORM TIIK CITIZENS OF
Eureka and surrounding tovna that b.
HAS FITTED TP A SHOP,
With the most approved machinery, and ia
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
n Eureka. October 09, 187. o80-tf
Nciioe of Dissolution.
The copartnership heretofore
existing between the undersigned, under
the firm name of F. J - SCHNEIDER A CO., hat
been dl.eolved by mntu.UnnMnt.^^
F. J. aCHNEIllER.
Eureka. April JO, 18™- “Fls
RESTAURANTS.
WALKER’S
CHOP STAND!
IN PERRY’S SALOON,
IS NOW IN_FULL BLAST.
Meals at all hours, day or night,
and the very beet the market afford.
A Mississippi Cook st the stove.
UNCLE BILLY WALKER is s sufferer by the
Are. sad deserves to be patronized. Give him
a call.
Eureka. May *, 1879. myd-tf
MRS. BROWN’S
RESTAURANT.
Main Street, nezt door north of H. Johnsan'a
Store, Main Street.
The best the mabket affords will
at all tlmea be served to my patrons.
BOARD:
Per Week.ft* •«
Slagle Weal*...SO eta
A share of the public patronage la solicited.
_ MRS. BROWN.
Eureka, May 1,1879. my«-tf
FISKE’S RESTMMT
IS AGAIN OPEN !
One door south of the Court-house, on Main
Street. Eureka.
I AM ONCE AGAIN PREPARED TO FUR
Dish all my old customers and new patrons
with the beat day board iu Eureka.
Open Day and Night.
Suppers for private parties gotten up on
abort notice.
WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A
SPECIALTY.
By leaving orders at the Store, goods will be
delivered to any part of the town.
CHAS. F1SKE, Proprietor.
Eureka, April 22. 1879. ap23tf
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT.
Main Street, Eureka.
NOW CONDUCTED BY MRS. NICK MILLICH.
/ • THIS THE OLDE8T REST A U
^Lfyrant in Eureka, has been leased by
yX»!py the undersigned, and will be cen
■LLr ducted in first-class style, and will
set the beat table in town.
Board, per week.|8 OO
Mingle Menls..50 Ceuta
NoChineae employed.
Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian.
Mrs. N. MILLICH, Proprietress.
Eureka December 23, 1878. d24-tf
RISEN FROM THE ASHES!
MRS. HIOLEY’S
RESTAURANT,
Next Door to Jack Perry’s Saloon.
Thankful for past fa- ^2
vors, and by strict attention
business, I hope to merit and re
ceive a share of the public pat- rwmm*
ronage.
Board, per Week.95.00
Muffle Meals.50 Cents
Eureka, April 23, 1879. ap23-tf
TWO-BIT REST.tUR.tNT !
THE FIRST IH NEVADA.
JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET,
Eureka.
FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor.
Meals Twenty-five dents to $1 00 !
e
BREAKFAST :
Beefsteak, Mutton Chop. Veal Cutlet, Pota
toes, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee.
IDIlSTlSrEn :
All sorts of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegeta
bles, Soups, Etc. jy9«‘f
A8SAYER8.
WALTER BROOKS,
ASSAYER,
TWO DOORS NORTH OF WELLS k WAR
mjcb’s stone building.
Main Street,
Eureka, - Nevada
»• ALL ASSAYS DUPLICATED. 'U
Eureka, February 3, 1879. feb4 if
FRANK ROBBINS,
ASSAYED,
On door above Wells, Fargo A Co’s.
PROMPTNESS, ACCURAC Y AND
MODERATE CHARGES.
•STP LEASE CALL. Jel
To Whom It May Concern.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF
the Diamond Ranchers’ Association,
hereby notify and forbid all persons allowing
their horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, or other stock
to run or gruae upon any of our ranches, or
drink the water from any of our springs, under
penalty of prosecution to the full extent of the
JOHN TORRE.
BARONI A CO„
BR1CCA A CO.,
HENRY LORENZ,
A. E. NICHOLS,
CHA8. H. FIBRE,
G. E. BENNETT,
MR. BUKGHAM,
FORD A HATHAWAY.
Eureka, April 29, 1879. ap30-lm
MRS. CEO. A. DAVIS
Sauth Main Street.
DBALiBH X 3KT
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE
THE H1GHE8T PRICES WILL BE PAID
for all articles offered for sale.
Goods sold on small commissions.
A share of the public patronage ia solicited.
Eureka, March 91,1879. mrfttf
HEAT MARKETS.
WHOLESALE^ BUTCHERS.
The undersigned have formed a
copartnership under the name and atria of
MONTGOMERY k W1THINOTON, in tha
Wholesale Butchering Business,
And will furnish to Retail Dealers the best of
Beef; Veal and Mutton.
Keep constantly on band tbe beat of
FtA.ISrOX3= PORK.
A abort of the public patronage is solicited.
WM. A. MONTGOMERY.
JA8 R. WITHINGTON.
Eureka, December 10.1878. dll-tf
CITY MARKET.
TVt DISK SOUTH OF TK ATUI OFFICE.
South Main Street, Eureka, Nev.
GEORGE BAILEY, Pr*pr.
THE CHOICEST
BEEF, HUTTON, PORK,
SAUSAGE, <560.,
CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THK
CTtjr Market.
A share of the patronage of old friends and
the public generally, ia soli si ted. sep3-tf
CALIFORNIA MARKET.
Two D<or» South of the Court-house, Main
Street, Eureka.
GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors.
The Finest qnnlltln or
bee f,*m MUTTON,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
Freah, Fat and Juicy Meat*,
Of all descriptions, the beat in the land, nd
cheaper than the cheapest,
At Wholesale and Rotall.
•y Qive ua a call. j 1
HARDWARE AND CASTINGS.
MAUPIN & AMES,
TIN,MEET-IRON,WPER
-AND
BRASS WORKERS.
Main Street, opposite the Parker House.
WF. ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL WORK
la our line tn the best manner, and at
reasonable prices.
All orders intrusted to us will be faithfully
and promptly attended to.
We sclicit a share of the public patronage.
T. J. MAUPIN.
O. W. AMES.
Eureka, May «, 1S79. my7-tf
EUREKA
FOUNDRY.
This establishment is prepared to
furniah mills and furnaces with
CASTINGS
Of every description; Also
MACHINE WORK.
We have running, in connection with the
alK»ve, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions
of Boiler Work and Forging will be under
taken. All work leaving the Foundry
Guaranteed and Exeented on the
Moat Reasonable Terms.
•^Orders solicited from outlying districts
and Ailed with dispatch.
J. WELLS k CO.,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev.
B. T. Lacy. L. C. Pabu,
PARKE & LACY,
Sole Agents for
BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS
—AND—
Rock Drilling Machinery,
PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY.
Machinists’ Tools and Steam Engines, Has
kin’s Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht
F.n(jfinos. Steaiu Pumps and Centrifugal Irri
gating Pumps,
ALWAYS OM HAND.
417 Market 8treet, San Francisco California.
FIRE!
Great Excitement
IT RICHMOND HILL!
South Main Street, Eureka.
This house is now open to the
public as
A FREE CONCERT HALL,
With good Liquors, Music, and polite Waiter
Girls. Billy hopes all his old friends, and all
the new ones he can make, will give him a
helping hand to make things jolly.
W. 8. BOLAND, Manager.
Eureka, April 28,1879. ap29-tf
Eureka Carriage Shop,
Mouth 91 alii Street.
I HAVE ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECT
ED stock of well-seasoned, second-growth
Eastern timber, and can make 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 fail to sun.
BLACKSMITHING, PAINTING
-AKD
REPAIRING,
In all ita branches, done promptly and with
great care.
GEORGE L. OTT,
Eureka, March 14,1879. marlfttf
""second-hand GOODS!
All bouts and descriptions of
flood.
Bought and Sold.
Chairs Caned and Repaired with neatneea and
dispatch.
JAMES HANNEGAN,
117 South Main Street,
Opposith the Richmond Hotel.
Euseka. April 21,1879. ap22-loa
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
W. H. CLARK,
«w»tr Mala and dark Ma.,
Eureka, - Nevada.
TM Largest EstaMistunent
—AMD MOST—
Complete Stock
GROCERIES!
—AMD—
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
la tk. .tat*.
A mammoth aaaortment of choice
Fresh Groceries
Of sll kinds, including in pArt
Teas,
Sugars,
Coffee,
Canned Fruit.
Dried Fruit,
Oysters,
Spices,
Syrups,
Candles,
Flour,
Rice,
Bacon,
Butter,
WINES, LIQUORS, dec., die.
AIM, a rail Line of
HARDWARE!
—AND—
Brass Goods,
Steel, Picks, Sledges,
Powder and Fuse.
The beat selection in the Market of
WINTER
CLOTHINa,
At the Lowest Prices. The Latest Style of
GENT’ SHIRTS.
FURNISHING GOODS I
And Underwear.
Sh. Vo charge for delivering goods to any
partof the District.
Eureka. Augnst 5, 1878. a8-tf
R. SADLER & CO.,
lorth Mala Street, Baraka.
DEALERS IN
GENERAL HERCEANDISE
Groceries id Mis!
OLOTHiasra,
BOOTS AND SHOES!
HARDWARE!
—AND—
TIHSTW^IR/Ei!
A FULL LINK OF
THE NEWEST STYLES
—OF—
WALL PAPER!
AGENTS FOR
rOEEION AND HOME
INSURANCE^ COMPANIES.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
—AJID
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING
F O "W DER.
%T Ooodi Delivered free of chug*. _/®
B. HADLEE A CO.,
North Main Street. Eureka.
J. MARCHANT
Him Just opened n
FAMILY GROCERY
-AKD
PROVISION STORE,
Next door to the dry goods store
of Maclaren k Macdonald, where he will
keep the
CHOICEST GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
And Mil M cheap m the cheapest.
■7-Trads solicited. Goods delivered free of
harge- mr»l If
BANKERS.
PAXTON A CO.,
EimiKA, NEVADA.
J^BAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Callfornlan Bulk.8an Francisco
Anglo-Callfornlan Bulk......London
J. A W. Sellfmui A Co. .Now York
D. O. Mill. A Co.Sacramento
Decker 2t Jewett.Marysville
White A McCornlck.Salt Lake 01 ty
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Cota or Currency on
opmi account, certlScats, or special deposit,
and transact
A SIIUA1 BANK INK ltill—I.
KTMlning Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
mission.
I 8 Pile County M,
(In Calisher’s Building)
»®*®KA, MKT AD A.
PrwIdtBl.L WMdrat
«*•**•*.Wa. Partly
D macrons:
F. W. Clate.K. WoadraM.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw aft sight on Wells, Fargo It Co., Ban
Franeisce, New York and London.
Also. Local Agency of the following Fire
Insurance Companies: Berlin 4'olograie,
of Berlin; f'onllAnee, of Paris; La
('Alnee Beaerale, of Paris-. Leadea Pro*
vlnelAl, of London ; Clnird, of Philadel
phia; Revere, of Boston; People**, of
New Jersey; and other sterling Companies.
Mining Stoeks Bought and Bold on Commis
sion.
Eureka, May 15,1879. myl6-tf
SALOONS,
MENDES’
“TIGER” SALOON.
THE LAB6EHT IX MEVADA.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS IND CIGARS.
A FULIL BAND OF MUSIC
In attendance every evening.
JOE MENDE8, Proprietor.
Eureka, May 17,1879. mylS-tf
TRIlKIli; SALOON,
Mo. 44 North Main Street,
EUREKA. NEV.
CAS EE RE PROVOST, PROPRIETOR.
IjpHE CHOICEST BRANDS 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. mylO-tf
ED. DEliVS SHOW .
HAS BEEN REOPENED ON THE^jn*
old site. The same quality of
Liquors and the same old brand of Cigars WKfi
will be used as previous to the great con- •■■■
flagration.
The prime cost of both
DRINKS and CIGARS
WILL BE
01TB BIT!
The same Mixologist, Oeo. Fay will bold his
old position. Everything is new and tirst
class. The wslk in the resr 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. my6-tf
JACK PERRY'S SALOON,
-CORNER Or
Main and Bateman 8treets
EUREKA, ISTB-V.
-THE CHOICEST
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Obtainsbls in the San Francisco market con
stantly on hand.
Eureka, August 10,1878. aulO-tf
REOPEXSTINQ 1
NARROW-GAUGE SALOON
Corner of Buel and Clark Streeta, Eureka.
NEW THROUGHOUT!
MOLALTESTA £ LIGGETT,
PROPRIETORS.
Having rebuilt the above saloon,
the proprietors will keep constantly on
hand the choicest brands of '
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
To be bad in the San Francisco market.
Give ua a call.
MOLALTESTA * LIGGETT.
Eureka, May 1, 1879. my9-tf
Great Attraction !
STAR BREWERY
SCHMIDT 4 HEMES, PROP’S.
rsiflE STAR BREWERY IS NOW OPEN,
J 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 to run the business, snd
hopes that all his friends will give him a help,
iug hand, to make things lively.
Eureka, May8,1879. my4-tf
BPECIAL NOTICES.
la rail BlMiy
***“'» Ml°m’ aechtnica Trad
bSc? —
frmm the Artw.
Phenlx rleen from the ubee—Bert AehlmV
Ulnen’ end Mechanic#' Trade Depot, comm of
Uatn and Bateman atreeta.
Pea’I rerget It.
Bert Aeblm’a Ulnen' and Mechanfca’ Trade
Danot la the eheapeat and tellable atom In
town, ana don’t you forget it
Belief! *Bellef IT
Bert Aehlm, although a leaer, la a Belief
Committee of one, who will ebeclotely alee
eway gooda to other aufferen for leea money
then any houee In Eureka. Book II.
We tehee. Jewelry and Claakt Bo
pa I re it.
If yon want to have your watcbea and Jaw
alry npatnd In a workmanlike manner, go to
sSpnerwas’-'awjjjgi
Witehn .ml Jewelry.
If yon want your line watches repaired la
lbs beet manner and guaranteed for one year to
keep correct time, go to Straue' Jewelry Store
below the Parker House. jeg
The Fire Fiend.
The mages of tbe fire fiend, the water fiend,'
ejr any other fiend, can't, krcp Bart Aahlm, of
the M. end If. T. D., corner of Main and Bate
man atreeta, from selling the beet goods at the
lowest figures. Coat prieee. coat; amy that, and
nothing more. '
bate er Jeeta Hurt's fengny.
Prof. Adolph Wediea, tbe popnlar plan tat,
haa returned to Eureka, and la now prepared to
give lnatractions on the Plano and Organ. Ma
de furnished for concerts, (hasten, feattTils.'
etc., a specialty. Orders left at Max Obsrfeld
er • store, will be promptly attended to.
.. . Hofiiew.
If yon have a fine or complicated watch er
dock, a music box, an automaton singing bird,
or any olher delicate and Intricate piece of
mechanism needing repairs, go to
JUjW. WILHELM,
Chronometer, watch and clockmiker, on# door
north of Meyers A Franklin. Main street.
All work warranted to glue perfect aattafas.
tiou or poelttyely no charge. og
CELEBRATED WEBER PIAMDD
—AKD—
Entry Orgsns.
Sherman, Hyde A Co., San Francisco, Pacini'
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 beat, the beat ia the cheapest, al*
ways.
Prof. Wm. Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka.
The Mow Anerleai.
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.Piqnett, just from tbe East, who has been
in the machine business for the paataix years,
will canvass this town and Ruby Hill, and take
orders for the American *nd Singer machines,
attachments, needles, machine oil, etc.
i
Ask Yourself these Questional
Are you a despondent sufferer from sick head*
achs, habitual coativenesa, palpitation of th*
heart? Have you dizziness of the head? X*
your nervous system depressed? Does your
blood circulate badly? Have you a cough, low
spirits, coming up of the food after eating, etc.,
etc.? All of these and much more are the di
rect results of dyspepsia, liver complaint and
iudigestiou. Green's August Flower is now
acknowledged by all druggists to be a positive
cure. Two million lour hundred thousand
bottles were given sway In the United States,
through druggists, to the people as a trial.
Two doses will satisfy say person of its won
derful quality in curing all forma of indiges
tion. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Regular size,
75 cents. Sold positively by all first-class drug
gists in the United States.
_ PHYSICIANS,
DR. 0. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF
flee in Monaco's building, bouth Main
street.
DR. L. B. JOSEPH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at the reel deuce of Mr. T. Wethered,
Profeasional.calls received at any hour. »
DR. A. C. BISHOP,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office on Main street, opposite Paxton k
Co’s Bank, Eureka.
DR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EU
reka, Nevada. Office Hi Clark’s Building,
corner of Main and Clark streets.
J. A. NESBITT, M. D., cTm7~
Office-no. 21 buel street, east
aide, aixth door south of Sentinel, office.
Eureka, Nevada. au4-tf
DR. L. BAZET,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, EC
reka, Nevada. Office : Monaco’s building,
South Main atreet. Conaultaiions in English,
French, Spanish and Italian.
drTjames williams,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF
Ace at the J ackson Hotel. Eureka.
DR. E. THIELE,
PHYSICIAN SURGEON AND on
■TKTBiciAN. Office—89 Main street, Of
fice hours : 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 r. u.
DrTe. B. DELAMATYR,
Homeopathist.-office amd
residence west side of Spring atreet,
near 8tar Brewery. Office hours : 8to 10 a. M.;
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DB. M. BOOKMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Vanderh lth’a Building, up stairs,
two doors north of Paxton k Co's, Main street.
my9-tf
PROFESsiONAlT CARDS.
C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8..
TYENTIST. ROODS SON.FHD
.1J ROE elreet, ftret dour from the
THOMAS J. READ,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND U. S. DEF
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hyland’s
Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and
Buel streets, up stairs.
C. M. BENNETT,
Architect and Builder.
OFFICE ON SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE
the old Opera House.
Eureka, May 1.1879. »y2-tf
MINING TAX.
TCrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE
iM Tires on the Proceeds of the Mine, of
Eureka Count j. for the quarter ending March
31.1X78, ere now due and payable to me. at my
ofl.ee, end that the lew with regard to the col
lection of the same will he strictly enforced.
HANK KNIGHT,
Asseeaor of Eureka County.
Eureka. Kay 13,1878. myUJad

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