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EulEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
* . I VOL. XVII. EUltEKA, NEVADA, SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 1, 1879. NO. 1 THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. ».UIUD .'»> («C«PT MON DAT|, *T CASSIDY A SKILLMAN, t. MUUU. O*" »■ CAMIDl. (Office—Vo. S South Duel Street.) TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, by mat).115 ho One copy, all mouth.. by mail. H 00 One cepy, three moutha, by ineil. II 00 No pepere forwarded until paid far. AOtlTli MRS. M. JACKSON.Ward W. P. GOODMAN.Ptocho J. W. LAMBERT.Ruby Hill JAMES O. DOYLE.Hamilton H. P. STIMLER .Belmont CHAS. B. 8TREITBEROER.Tybo HERMAN KRAUSE.Silver Beef. Utah J. B. PISCHBACH...-Brtatol, Lincoln Co., Nev. B. I. HAOAR k CO.....Fri.co, Utah EENOVICH fc CO. ..Downeyvilla, NyeCo., Nev. CH AS. L. ROBINSON.Sacramento, Cal. CHAS W. CRANE *« No. OTS Montgomery atreet room No. 10 Safe Depoatt Building. 1. ■ole Agent for the Euar.a. DalLT Skhthiu. In San Frunciucn. Panama In that city hav ing bnalneaa with thia office ere requeated to communicate with bliu. AGENCIES. PIBB JJiD i(TIDH\TS! SAM’L COOPER, FIRE IRD ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENT. SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL, OF GLASOOW. CONTINENTAL ANI) NIAGARA. OF New Tor it. aud COMMONWEALTH, of Boeton. four alerting litaurance Cowpaniea. Alao, Agent for tha Travelers' Accident Insurance Co., Of Hartf*»r»l, Conn. Inaurance a&aiust nrclAeuU of all kinds, •rising from outward cause**. If yon ar*» not in*or»*«l against accidents, call at once and INdURK YOl UHKLF TltJtVELEH8- TICKET* •su be purrbssed tor from one to thirty days, at 25 cents per day, MINING STOCKS JtottXht mm I Nul l oia Counulaalon Only. Rau FraucUco Correspondent* : Latham & King A so A'lEKT for the celebrated MrNralr A IrbMn Fire »nJ Itnr^lMr-proof ViMi. Office Mi Hells, Fnr.se A t o's. Vureka. April J, 1K79. ap4-tf LAM»«ar MOUXK144. JAB. W. SMITH. LAMBERT IN3LINELLI & CO.. OAca lu Court-house Dim k, Eureka, Nevada. Conveyancers and Ron! Estate Agents. Ilf KRCANTILr TRANSACTIONS. OK AI.L *ll description*. promptly attended to. COLLECTIONS MADE with promptness and dl* • dth. MINES SOLD and Bonded. Leans Negotiated, and Mouses and Heal Estate Bought and sold. LIFE AND FIRE Insurance Agencies. Votary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis trator, an I Miiildii lteoor ler in this office. Affrut* for Hall's Safe A ViQfk Co. REFERENCES: Paxton * Cl., Itauker*. Eureka. Nev ; It. Rick Mr4, ttnp’t Richmond Oou \I <>»., Eureka. Nev . Wat Pardv. Caalilrr White Pino County Bank. Eureka. Nev.; a. M Hillhouse, Attorney at Lav, Eureka. Nev.; Bishop k Sabin. Attorneys at Law. Eureka. Nev.; H. Donnelly. Hup t Eu reka Con. M. Co., Eureka. Nav. Eureka. December *J3. lttfil. d„'4 tf E. R. DODGE. GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, EURKKA, NEVADA. agzxt ron tiik GIANT POWDER COMPANY %JT (Mitre on Dual 8 tree t, oppoaite the Odd Pellowe Hall. &pioneer1'J Popular Jewelry Store!! OF EUREKA, (Oppoalt* J. A. Paxton k Oo.'t Ii.nk ) O'. STRAUS, ir EEHH CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE IV nkH-k nr tfnlit >11.1 pllvt-r WBti'hra. rlwta, Jewelry, diamond* and allverware, gold pen* gold and Nllvrr penholder*. of which I have the agency; gold, ail ver. *tee| and rubber apectarlea and eye.glaaaea. I have the beat aelection of apeotaclea and eye.glaaaea in Eun ka. aa I make thoae article* a apecialty. Watchea. clock*, jewelry, mathematical and aatrouomica! ma Chinea repaired, and all work warranted or no .charge made. j. HTItAl’S. Eureka, January 90. 1H79. jwii'21 tf OITV PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY ItoNth .Unin Hired, Eureka Xev, Photographs Photographs IT AVISO THE BEST I 1 arraltge.l (lallrry In Ihr State, anti having hail a ">ng snd uninterrupted |>rao-E^H^iJwJFuMv •ice in the Photngrsphiiig his incus, I aiu able to produce the truest and —THE— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES !«*>« obtained in thla Hlaie. All nty wurV la jjtittted for permanency, style and An* An. J^lariKeioenta reproduced from the smallest a# «*”**•* life-slae picture, equal to any **• M reputed bouses East or West. •WOT FIMSM EHLARCEMENTS A SPECIALTY. r„r- p',r'',l,ln. Pboto-eUrom* All U25IJ! *°° ■•’■■i' r.nia to nienllon. treairLI ,!ilP" *r* •’•"fully ret,melted and ,1 T^r,V'l‘r f»««b,r order-, tOl’18 MONACO. Photographer. MISCELLANEOUS. HALL’S SAFES! %\TK CLAIM THAT THEY ARE AIMO II LITKLY FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF! THAT OUH LOCKS COMBINE MORE SECURITY Than any I<ork« In Kxhleuce THAT OUR LOCKS CANNOT BE PICKED OR OPENED By burglar* or expert* (a* in the case of other lock*), and we will PUT FROM $1,000 TO $10,000 Behind them at any time agaiuvt an equal amount. LAMBERT M0LINJ2LLI A CO., AGENTS FOB HALL'S SAFES. apl3.tr EUREKA, NEVADA. • JAMES McBIRNEV. D. MAXHKIM. rBIRMit & Ml.MlliIII, -DEALERS IN GROCERIES .-AXD GENERAL MERCHANDISE, TEM PAHUTE LINCOLN COUNTY, N E V . OFFICE OF D. MANHEIM No. ao ftauKome* Street, Nan Fran* elaro. uiyll-tf (0MB Ml! (OME ILL!! | - j^Nl> 8EK MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTIC* IMPORTED CIGARS, All kind* of TOBACCOS ; Pipe*, from th* com monest Clay L» the very Client Meerschaum; Cigar and Cigarette Holder*, aud in fact a full line of Nmokrn' Artirles. Also, STATIONERY. Blank. Pass and Time Book#. A full amort tnrtit of the eery beat Pocket Knives, Album*. Music Boxes, Guitar*. Ac cordiou*, and a great number of other (*<x>d* adapted for I* K E S E NTS. Too numerous to mention, which I offer to *e)i at PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST! Come and *ee. and I will convince you of the fact* above *t*t«d. I have a nice S AMI* r-E ROOM In the -ear, where you can get the choicest kinds of Winns, Liquors and Cigirs. J. H. MICHfcL. Eureka fteoentber 14. 1n7k. dl fyft livery, •am FEED AND SALE STABLE, South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada, WOO HE. IIII.UIOI NKA t O., Prop s. V GENERAL LIVERY nCSINF.SH WILL be conducted lu all it* brxn-lx* Horae* bought and sold. Morses boarded by the day, week «>r month Elegant turnouts, f• >xr^ in hand, double or single, can always be pro* ured. Hay and Drain for Sale. Persons patronising u* will si ways find good treatment and rentu»nabl« prices. Ktirekn. April !, 1*7’J. sl tf THE EUFIEK.A PLANING MILL, Kituated on th# corner of Bind and Bullion Ktrcets, Eureka, Nevada. j. C. HARMON IITISUKS To INFORM THE CITIZENS OF Tf Eureka and aurroundiug towua that he HAM FITTED I I* A MHOI*. wuh ,h” *rpr»T*it maihlmrr, ami la prepared To Do All Kinds of Surfacing Ami Matching. H,-,nl| Sawn.*, Mortl.ln* ami Turning of every description. Water Tanka. Store and other Molded Doors, Poor and Win* dow tramca, etc., made to order, on ahorl notice. Eureka. October 29, 187. o90-tf District Court Order. I N THE DISTRICT OOCRT OF THE SIXTH Judicial Pi-trict of the State of Nevada, within ami for the ('minty of Eureka. In the matter of the (state of 8AUTHIKL R1DOE, deceased. The State of Nevada aruda greeting: In pursuance of an order of thta Court, duly made and entered on the >4th d*»v of May, 1870, notice fa hereby given, that THCHSDAY. the 5th day of June. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. M.of anid day. at he Court room of thia Court, at the Court-house in the County and town of Eureka, hnn been appointed for hearing the application of Million Ridge, praying that a document now on file in thia Court, purporting to be the last will and testament of Halathtel Ridge, de l-earned, be admitted to probate, aud that letters teatamentary be laaued thereon to Mnhlon Ridge, who la named therein n» executor; at which time and place nil persona inti rented may appear and content the same. | *kAl. 1 Attest. E R POPOK, Clerk, lly E. 51. B»:ll, Deputy. Dav. E. Daily, Attorney for Petitioner. wy2ft-lawtd Notice to. Creditors. ESTATE OF ADA ALLEN, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given by the undersiKiied. Administrator of the estate of ADA ALLEN, deceit* d, to the creditors of, and all persona having claims nK»inst the said deccaaed, to exhibit them, with the peceaaary vonehera. within ten months a ter the lirst fuihlication of this notice, to the aaid Admin* stratrix. at her residence in Eureka, Eureka Countv, Nevada. KATIE RILEY. Administratrix of the estate of Ada Allen, deceased. Dated, Eureka, May 6th. 1H70. my7*30d Call and Settle. PEURONH INDEBTED TO ME WILL TON !*ir a favor by vailing au<l Hcttliug up thvir ..Taunt, lluui«dl.tely. W. P. HASKELL. Kurt'ka, April 22.1»79. .pU-tf RESTAURANTS. FISHE S R WNf! Removed to It* Old Location. Having returned to my former place of business on Main street, occu pied previous to the fire. I am now again pre pared to furnish all my old customers and new patrons with the best day board in Eureka. Open Day and Night. Supper, for private p.rtle. gotten up on abort notice. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving order, at the Htore. good, will be delivered to auy part of the town. CHAR, HSKK, Proprietor. Eureka, Hay 1K73. my77tf Again to the Front! MRS. MOCH’S NEW RESTAURANT, On Duel Street, opposite Paxton A Co’s Dank. BOARD ' DUCED! TO S9 PER WEEK. Ilreakfk*t, from 7 to 12 o’clock A. 91. Dinner, from 5 to 7 o’clock P. 91. Bauril per w eek.£9 00 Mingle Meals.73 eeut* Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. Eureka. May 2f», 187». niyTMm WALKER’S CHOP STAND! IN PERRY’S SALOON, IS NOW IN FDLL BLAST. MEALS AT ALL HOl'Rft, DAY OR NIGHT, and the very beat the market afford*. A Mifodeftippl Cook at the atove. FNCLE BILLY WALKEK is a sufferer by the fire, ami de»» rve* to be patronized. Give him a call. Eureka. Mry 5, 1879. myf.-tf MRS. BROWN’S RESTAURANT. Maiu Street, next d«n»r north of II. Johnasu* 8tore, Main Street. rPHE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS WILL A. at all time* be served to my patroua. B O A. R D : l*er Week.SHOO Mingle Meal*...50 rta A share of the public patronage i* solicited. MRS. BROUN. Kureka. May 3. 1879. myt-tf PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. Malu Street, Eureka. NOW CONDFCTEP BY MRS. NICK MILLICH. ✓ THIS THE OLDEST REST A l*. \ f p jrnut in Etireka, ha* hceu leased by the undersigned, ami will U ducted in firkt-claka atyle, and will ar t the beat table in town. Iloartl. per m eek..ft* OO Mingle MenU.90 Ceuta NoChineae employed. Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian. Mr*. X. MILI.ICH, Proprieties. Eureka Peceiul>er 23, 1878. d24-tf RISEN FROM THE ASHES! 3VTRIS. HIQLEY’S RESTAURANT, Next Door to Jack Perry’a Saloon. 'piIANKFUL FOR PAST FA 1 vora, and by strict attentiou 7ff gffr bimiMM, 1 hope to uirrit aud re celve a *hnrc of thw public pat roll age. Bonn!, per Week.$8.00 ftliiffle Meals.50 t ents Eureka, April 23, 1879. ap23-tf TWO-BIT RIMIIRANT ! THE FIRST III NEVADA. Jl'HT OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five Cents to $1 00 ! BREAKFAST : Deaf aleak. Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, Pota toea, Bread and Butter. Tea and Coffee. DINNER : All aorta of Kouat and Boiled Meata, Vegeta* Idea, Sou pa, Etc. iy^‘f ASSAYEHS. WALTER BROOKS, ASSAYBR, rpwo DOORS NORTH OF WELLS li WAR X kkh a atone building, Main Street, Eureka, - Nevada *»• ALL ASSAYS DUPLICATED. "W Furt*k», February S, 1879. febltf FRANK ROBBINS, A.SSA.'yER-, Ou door above Well*, Fargo k Co's. FHOMPTXtM, AHT RACY AND MODERATE ( IIARDIM. LEASE CALL. jel NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT I WILL NOT be responsible for sn.v work done, either by contract or by the day, on the Colorado mine, alt unfed on the western elope of Proe , poet Mountain, from and after thie date. JOHN H ROBERTS. > Prospect Mountain, May 17,1879. ml8-liu MEAT MARKETS. CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Wells. Fargo k Co's Express. Main Street, Eurska. QOLL & MONET, Proprietors. The Finest Qnalltles of BEEF,^ MUTTON, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. Fresh, Flit and Iniry Meats, Of all descriptions, the best is the land, nd cheaper than the cheapest. At Whelesale and Bctall. IF Gire us a call. my27 WHOLESALE BUTCHERS. Thf. undersigned have formed a enpartnerahlp nmlf-r the name and atyle of MONTGOMERY k WITHINGTON, In the Wholesale Butchering Business, And will furnish to Retail Dealers the best of T5MN Veal and Mutton. Keep constantly on bund the best of KANCH_PORK. A share of th« public patronage is solicited. WM. A. MONTGOMERY. JA8 R. WITHINGTON. Eureka. December 10.187b. dll-tf CITY MARKET. TWO 0903$ KOSTH Of THE ATUS OFFICE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nev. UEOKUE BAILEY, l»ropr. THE CHOICEST vMff-\ BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, _l SAUSAGE, <5tC., CNOX8TANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE ; €*U> Market. A share of the patronage of old friends and the public gem-rally, is solicited. svp3-tf HARDWARE AND CASTINGS. MAUPIN & AMES, TO,SHEET-IRON,COPPER BRASS-WORKERS. Main Street, opposite the Parker House. \IfE ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL WORK rf in our line iu the best manner, and at reasonable prices. All orders intrusted to u« will be faithfully and promptly attended to. \V« sc licit a share of the public patronage. T. J. MAI PIN. O. W. AMES Eureka. May 6, 1*79. n»y7-tf EUREKA FOUNDRY. rpHIS establishment is prepared to JL furnish mills and furnaces with CASTINGS Of every description; Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, in connection with the above, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions of Boiler Work and Forging will be under taken. All work leaving the Foundry (J un ran teed and Executed ou the Mont Reasouahle Terms. •^"Orders solicited from outlying districts and filled with dispatch. J WELLS A CO.. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev. B. T. Lacy. L. C. Pabke. PARKE & LACY, Sole Agenta for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rock Diilling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinists' Tools and Steam Engines. Has kin’* Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yaelit Engines. Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumps, ALWAYS OX 1IAXD. 417 Marlcet Street. San Franciseo California. F I JRs IE3 ! 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, mid polite Waiter Oirls. Billy hopes all hi* old friends, and all the new oiks he ran make, will give him a helping hand to make things J -lly. W. S. BOLAND. Manager. Eureka. April 28, 1878. ap29-tf Eureka Camp Slop, H*uth Mnlu Mrwl. 1HAVE ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECT fp 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 aud good stork, at prices that cannot fail to suit. BLACKSMITHING, PAINTING -AN1» REPAIRING, lu all its branches, done promptly and with great care. GEORGE L. OTT, Eureka, March 14. 1H79. marlStf SIN FRlNflSfO HOUSE, Over I lie »t* York Nlore. ITtURNISHF.D ROOMS. AND SPRING REDS, 1 from $1 00 to 50 cents, for single persons. House open all night. •8-tf H. b\ AZER. CLOTHINO AND PROVISIONS. POSITIVELY SELLING OUT! A RARE CHANCE -FOB B AUG A I X S! Now Is Tour Time to Boy! —t°-t- # W. H. CLARK HAN CONCLCDED TO CLOSE OCT Hia EXTENSIVE STOCK -OF # CLOTHING, Hats, Gaps, Boots and Shoes, UNDERWEAR, FURNISHING GOODS, &C. AT BATES TO DEFY COMPETITION! He will devote his attention to the GROCERY And other branches of the business. CALL AND PRICE HIS Clothing, AND OTHER GOODS IN THAT LINE. THEBE HAS NEVER BEFORE IN El'BEKA ! tGT It will coat you nothing to examine my great stock before purchasing elsewhere. W. H. CLARK. Eureka. May 14, 1879. myl5-tf R. SADLER & CO., Xorth Slain Street, Eureka. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries and Provisions! CLOTHI1T C3-, BOOTS m SHOES! HARDWARE! —AND— TUsTW^K/E! A FULL LINE OF TIIE NEWEST >T T L E I —OF— WALL PAPER! AGENTS FOR FOKEIUN AND HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES. ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, —AND- - HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING I» O W D E R _ •y Goods Delivered free of charge, It. HADLKR Ac CO., North Main Street. Eureka. MRS. EMELIE KOHLER, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. Corner of Sheridan Avenue and Clark street. I ATE ARRIVAL FROM SAN FRANCISCO. A Solicits the patronage and acquaintance of the ladies of Eureka. All work done in the latest style and most durable manner. Eureka, May ti, 187V. my7-lm Weeds Money! I PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME ARE RE quested to make payment at once, as I am iu urgent need of money. LUTHER CLARK, Eureka, April 23, 187V. ap2A-tf _BANKERS. PAXTON & CO., BA1TKERS, EUREKA. NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian bank.London J. ft W. Heligman ft Co.New York 2$. O. Milla ft Co...Sacramento Decker ft Jewett-✓.....Marysville White ft 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 UKSKERAL BANKING BISIYEM. tOT* Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. rate File County Bait, (In Calisher's Building) EUREKA, NEVADA. President.L. Woodruff Una taler.Win. Partly Dimecrons: F. W. Cl life.E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo ft Co., San Francises, New York and London. BjT Also. Local Agency of the following Fire Insurance Companies: Her I In Cologne, of Berlin; I.a Con tin nee, of Paris; I,a t'ai**e Genernle, of Paris; LoihIoh Pro vincial, of London; fJirnrtl. of Philadel phia; Revere, of Boston; People**, of New Jeisey; ami other sterling Com]iunies. Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commis sion. Eureka, May 15, 1879. roylG-tf SALOONS. MENDES’ “TIGER” SALOON. TIIF. LARUEkT IX NEVADA. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. TUE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC In attendance every evening. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. Eureka, May 17, 1879. iuyl8-tf TRIICKEE S ILO ON, No. 44 North ffnln Street, EURx.KA. KEY. CASHCRE PROVOST, PROPRIETOR. fJIHE CHOICEST BRANDS OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars Procurable in tbe San Francisco market, con stantly on band. Give me a call. C. PROVOST. Eureka, May 9, 1879. mylO-tf “ED. DIM'S SALOON HAS BEEN REOPENED ON THE^^s old site. Tbe same quality Liquors and the same old brand of Cigars tn m7 will be used as previous to tbe great con iteration The prime cost of both DRINKS and CIGARS WILL BE OUSTS BIT! The same Mixologist. Geo. Fay will hold bis old position. Everything is new and first class. The walk in tbe rear to Bnel street has been rebuilt. All tbe old friends will remem ber that they are as welcome at tbe new place as they were at tbe old one. E. H. DEAN. Eureka, May 5. 1879. inyG-tf jTCh PEliRrS fiALOO\\ —corner or— Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, NEV. --THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly ou baud. Eureka, August 10. 1878. aulO-tf REOPENI3STG ! MROW-t GE S1L60.V Corner of Buel and Clark Streets, Eure ka. NEW THROUGHOUT! MOLALTESTA A 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 ua a call. MOLALTESTA A LIGGETT. Eureka, May 1, 1879. uiy*2-tf Great Attraction! STAR BREWERY SCHMIDTS HEROES, PROP’S. fl'HE STAR BREWERY IS NOW OPEN. I and will be conducted in the same manner an Joe Mendea’ Tiger Saloon waa kept on Main 8trcet, with Cood Liquors, Music, -AMP Attentive Waiter Girls. •Joe aaya he is going to run the business, and hop* a that all his friends will give him a help lug hand, to make thiuga live y, Eureka May8,187‘J. mri-tt SPECIAL NOTICES. In I'bII Blunt, B«rt Ashim'* Mini,*’ and Mwinmfe, Trsde Depot. T® Snfr^rers. Goodi it coat at Bart Ashim’* Miners’and Mechanics’ Trade Depot. From the Aahea. Fbenix risen from tlie aahes— Bart Aahim’r Miners’ and Mechanics’ Trade Depot, comer of Main and Bateman streets. Ban’t Forget It. Bart Aablm’s Miners’ and Mecbanica’ Trade Denot la the cheapest and reliable store in town, and don’t you forget it. Relief! Relief?! Bart Ashim, although a loser, la a Relief Committee of one, who will absolutely give away goods to other sufferers for less money than any house in Eureka. Book It. Bxtehca, Jewelry wud Clock® fie* paired. If you want to have your watches and jew ; elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to1 P. Stcler’s jewelry store, one door south of H Ashim Je Bros., Main street. All work *war r*nted- _^ _ spl3-tf Batches and Jewelry. If you want your fl?ie witches repaired in the best manner and guaranteed for one year to keep correct time, go to Straus* Jewelry-Store below ths Parker House. f '*y’~ Je8 The Fire Flead. The ravages of the fire fiend, tbe water fiend/ or any other fiend, can't keep Bart-Ashim, of the M. and M. T. D., corner of Main and Bate man streets, from se lling the best goods at the lowest figures. Cost prices. cost;cnly that, and nothing more. kaie of Jo*h Hart*® Company. Prof. Adolph Wedlee, the popular pianist/ has returned to Eureka, and is now prepared ter give instructions on the Piano and Organ. Mu sic furnished for concerts, theaters, festivals, etc., a specialty. Orders left at Max Oberfeld er’s store, will be promptly attended to. Btttiee. If you have a fine or complicated watch or clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate aud intricate piece of mechanism needing repairs, go to EDtV. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clock-maker, one door north of Meyers k Franklin. Main street. All work warranted to give perfect satisfac tion or positively no charge. o2 CELEBRATED WEBER PIAXOI —ASD— Entry Organs. Sherman, Hyde k Co., San Francisco, Pacific Coast Agent*. Instruments sold on the installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are con sidered the best and most durable. Oneonly buys a Piano in a life time, therefore pet the best, the best is the cheapest, sl« ways. Prof. win. Plunihoff. Local Agent, Eureka. The Xew American W. P. Haskell k Co. have been appointed agents for Eastern Nevada for the New Ameri can 8cwing Machine. This machine combine* all of the latest improvements, and is in every respect the best machine in the market. Mr. M. Piquett, just from the East, who has been in the machine business for the past six years, will canvass this town and Ruby Hill, and take orders for the American jud Singer machines, attachments, needles, machine oil, etc. ap4-tf Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Boschee's German Syrup, to let its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in curing consumption, severe coughs, croup, asthma, pneumonia, and in tact all throat and lung dis eases. No person can use it without in medi ate reli< f. 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. _PHYSICIANS. DE. 0. H. THOMA, PHlSIflAX AXDNl RfiKOX. OF flee in Monaco’s building, South Mcttf street. DR. L. B. JOSEPH, PHYSICIAN AND SIROEON. Office at the residence of Mr. T. Wethered, Professional calls received at any hour. DR. A. c. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND NI'ROEON. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton Jt Co'a Bank, Eureka. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND Rl'KUEON El'. reka. Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. J. A. NESBITT, M. D., C. M. OFFICE—NO. 21 BUEI. STREET, EAST side, sixth door south of Sxntixml office, Eureka, Nevada. au4 tf DE. L. BAZET, P1IVSK IAX AND KI ROEOX. El reka, Nevada. Office : Monaco’s building, South Main street. Consultations in English, French, Spanish and Italian. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SI R«KON. OF. lice at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka. DR. E. THIELE, PHYSICIAN SI ROEON AND OB btetrici.vn. Office—Hu Main Btreet, Of ftce hours : fi to 10 a. s. ami 2 to 4 r. m. DR. E. B. DELAMATYR. Homeopath 1st.—office and residence west side of Spring street, near Star Brewery. Office hours : 8to 10 a. ai.; 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. DR. M. ROCKMAN, PHYSICIAN AND SIROEON. Office in Vanderbith’s Buildtng. up stairs, two doors north of Paxtou k Co’s, Main street. xuy9-tf _ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8., Dentist, rooms mon.^tksv j KOE street, first door from the THOMAS J, READ, CIVII. ENGINEER AND I'. S. DEP uly Mineral Surveyor. Office In llyland’. Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel street., up stairs. C„ M. BENNETT, Architect and Builder. OFFICE ON SPRING STREET, OPPOSJTB the old Opera House. Eureka, May 1. 1879. my2-tf MINING TAX. T^OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE IN Taxes on the Proceed* of the Mine* of Eureka County, for the quarter ending March 31, 1>79. are uow due and parable to me. at i»y office, and that the law with regard to tl»e col lection of the same will be stUCv enforced. HANK KNIGHT, Assessor of Eureka Oonntv. Eureka. M; y 12,1879. inylS-JUd 4 IIVERTWK IN THE El KIkA il. Skntinfl, the pea: viveriiaintf zuetiiunt la Xtattra Nevada.