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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
________i_ VOL. XVII. EUllEKA. NEVADA, TUESDAY' MORNING. JULY 22, 1879. NO. 43 jgjUilu DULY SEKTIBEL. DAT). »T CASSIDY A SKILLMAM, W OEO. W.'CAMIDT, ‘■"““ffl.e-No. 5 South Buel Street.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: AMeosr. one year, by mail.....v™ three month", by mall..... 5 00 forwarded until paid fer. AGENTS! . 7 W LAMBERT, ..... • .Ruby Hill L!a” STBEITBERGER.Tybo MXtS KBAUBE.Sliver Reef, I tab aT«80HBACH..-Bri»tol. Lincoln Co., Nev. 1.1 HAGAR * CO.»«». UUh t»OVICH A CO. ..Downeyvllle, N.e Co., Nev. Si* L ROBINSON.Sacramento. Cal. ■ToIRS A SLOTZ_Bommae City. Idaho. ,t No. 32H Montgomery «***■. Safe Depoalt Building. 1« aWeet.room No. KK'A Ua,ly BmnwL •“'L^trln d"co Paraons in that city h.v SebtlS." rrttb thl. office are repeated to —wr—— ' AGENCIES. _ itMDJMDEm! SAM’L cooper, FIRE AND ACCIDENT insurance agent. S.(,COMMERCIAL, OF GLASGOW. °°cot?'MRENTAL AND NIAGARA, OF , Y«k "dTOMMONWEALT". of Bortm. four a ter ling lnaurauae Companlaa. Alto. Agent for the Travelers’ Accident Insurance Co., Of Hartford, Coan._ Inauranca again*! aoeidenta of all kinda, arialug from outward rauaea. it Tun are not laaured agalnat accldenta, call .t“u,c..n”lNdO*EVoDHHEi.r TBAVIIEM' TICKETS can be purchaa.nl for from oae to thirty day", at 25 cent" per day, bhnincTstocks JlwnyAf naJ Sold on tuinuiitalon Only. flaa Fraueiaco Correapondcnta : Latham & King. AIsoAO^NT ff»r the celebrated McXchIi* A Irbsu Fire sail IJurj; lar-proof Mm. Mhs at Wells, Fnrffo A «'©*«. Baraka, April i. 1879. apMf lAXKfel VOLIVELLI. >K%. W. SMITH. HUBERT fSQLINELLI & CO.. Mk* lu OeurtdiuaRv Block, Eureka, Nevada. Conveyancers and Real Estate Agents. Mercantile transactions, of all descriptions, promptly attended to. COLLECTIONS MADE with promptness and #a«atch. MINES SOLD and Bonded, Loans Negotiated, •ad Hoimos aad Heal Estate Bought and sold. LIFE AND FIRE Insurance Agencies. Votary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis trator, and Mining Recorder in this office. 4rata for Uall'a kale dfc Leek t o. REFERENCED: Paiton kCo.. Bankers, Eureka, Nev.; R. Rick •rMupt Richmond Con. M.Co., Eureka, Nev.; ▼ii. Purdy, Cashier White Pin*; County Bink. ■toka, Nev.; A. 11 Hillhouae, Attorney at Law, Eireka, Nev. ; Bishop k Hahin, Attorneys •I Law, Eureka. Nev.; H. Donnelly, bup't Ku *ak* Can. M. Co., Eureka, Net. Vwaka, Dacemtier 33, 1878. d’ll-tf &PIONEER<i^ Pita Jewelry Store!! OF EUREKA, (Oppcit, J. A. Paiton k Co.’« n»nk.) , J- STRAUS, KMPfl CONSTANTLY ON ITAND A FINE Stock of gold and silver watches, clocks, JJJIrjr.iUamoud. and silverware, gold pens, fold and silver penholders, of which I have the gold, silver, aired and rubber spectacles wa eye-glasses. I have the best selection of * *,,(l oy^-ldasses in Kur*ka. a** I make articles a specialty. Watches, clocks, rhi» and astronomical mn r*P*lr»d, and all work warranted or no «JtN*made. J. HTllAl’H. «mwka, January 20, 1870. Jan-21 tf CITY PBOTOG1UIMI (itLLERY **",h **»lu MrMt, Eureka Kev. Fhotographs Photographs e AVISO THE BEST I . arranged Gallery Id ' I™ * ,' ,D<1 t'avlm: had a i J and unlet,rr„1,1,.,1 praei « in the Photographing * , al , i * *“* *ble to produce the trueat and —THE— JOST LIFELIKE PICTURES JSteE?”*! "produced from the amalleat of the beat LSl llf*-,l7-c picture, equal to any “** reputed houaea limit or West. CMTM FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. tad i|i c,oll,r' Porcelain, Photo-chroma All neeitfi 100 unnu,rou» to mention, PtaaerrS im., * “refully retouched and •I r further ordere. ^ LOUIS MONACO, Photographer. Liberated yrz tcstice to the parties con. *•»»». Sat in * ““dweigned wlshee to make PAyawat for*^ ,?*nce of th<’ f»Hure of Ueeeaae,, te laTai* ,N14' “mterlala, It became Agulnat a certain house ti . ou/"r‘b Buel street, and JuAaa a portion of t^ • r e Agreed and jjw elaa, of “f *he debt on a dollar, lu order jthttag. more «.*I^U,irr‘i »©ven yearn’ S^Catton „f^n T'Llo** of **““i *u “*• ^'AW,th * And PAPerHangor. J**«SKBS&S. all kinds a BANKERS. _ PAXTON & CO., BAlTKEEyS, EUREKA, NEVADA. yyRAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Californian Rank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. k W. Beligman k Co.New York D. O. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysville White k McCornlck.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 GK.VHBAL HANUINU HI'NINES*. tOT Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. Mb Pirn* County Bat, (In Woodruff k Euuor’s Building) EUREKA, NEVADA. Prwildent.E. Woodruff <ashler.Win. Pardy D macro ns : F. W. Clnte.E. W'oodrnfT. Transact s General Ranking Business. Draw st sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., Ban Francisce, New York and London. %J" Also, Local Agency of the following Fire Insurance Companies: Eorllo ( ido^iie, »>f Berlin: I.a foiiCiniice, of Paris; La € aisM* henernle, of Paris; Loudon Pro %i octal. of London; <«irard. of Philadel phia: Iteiere. of Boston; People**, of New Jeisey; and other sterling Companies. Mining Htoeks Bought and Hold on Commis sion. Eureka, May 15, 1879. mylC-tf The Best and Largest AND THE MOST VARIED STOCK BLAP3K BOOKS, STATIONERY! Etc., to be found in Nevada, can be had at III Itie Posloilirc Diiililiu?. Merchant-*, Lawyers. Accountant*. Every body, can lte supplied with everything in the stationery line, and can have their PRINT! XU DON E AT EASTERN PRICE*. Call and examine our stock, and learn our prices. SMITH k CAN AVAN. Eureka. May 27, 1«79. my‘J8-tf. Town Order No. 8= All Order to Amend Tow n Order Wo. 3. Ful it led “An Order ftlatliti? Ihe Time When Touu Order* Mia II To Ke FITeet.*’ HE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF I> County Coin lu. - ♦loner* yf Eureka County, Nevada: Hkctiom 1. Section oM of Town Order No. 3 I* hereby amended so as to read as follows: Section 1: All Town Order* passed by the Board of County Commission* r* of Eureka C* uuty, Nev., f*«r the town «»f Eureka, shall take effect and be in force from and alter their passage and publication in the Eureka Daily Hkmtinel, once a week for two successive weeks. STATE OF NEVADA, \ Cormtv or Ei’rkka. j I, E. K. DODGE, County Clerk, and ex-offlelo Clerk <»f the Board of County Com wiasi oners, lu and for said county, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct and true copy of the original math r thereof, which now remains in my other at Eureka. County and Bt*te aforesaid. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Board this 14th day of July, 1N79. (seal 1 E. 11. DODGE. County Clerk, And ex-offlcio Clerk of the Board of County Conuri**tonen», Eureka County, Bute of Ne vada. By E. M. Bell,Deputy Clerk. jylrt Town Order No. 9. An Order Concerning tS»«» Storage of Ponder. He it ordained by the board of County Commissioners of Eureka County, Nevada: Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any per son or person. , firm or corporation, to keep in any building, structure, or otherwise, within the limits o the town of Eureka, Nevada, or within six hundred yards outside ot said lim its. more than fifty pounds of powd< r. Sec. 2. Any violation of any of the provis ions of Section 1 of this Order shall, on con viction. be punished by u flue of not loss than ftfty dollars nor more tl.au five hundred dol lars, and iu default of the payment of such fine, hall he Imprisoned iu the County Jail of Eureka County, Nevada, at the rate of one day for every two dollars thereof. STATE OF NEVADA, \ County of Eiufka.I I, E. R. DODGE, County Clerk, and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, in and for said county, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct and true copy of the original matter thereof, which now remaiua iu my office at Eureka, County and State aforesaid. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Board, this 15th day of July, 1879. Isr.Aid E U. DODGE, County Clerk, And ex-officio Cork of the Board of County Commissioners, Eureka County, State of Ne vada. By E. M. Bell, Deputy Clerk. jyld NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that i have this day retired from the firm of J. WEI.EH k CO., in the Foundry Business iu Eureka. It. II. CONKLIN being my successor. All hills due the late fl* m are payable to H. H. Conklin k Co., who will also settle all claims agaiust the same. I solicit for the new firm a continuance of the patronage hitherto extend ed to the old Arm. JOSEPH WELLS. Eureka, July 15tli. 1879. Referring to the above, wo have to say, that all orders address* 1 to H. H. Conklin A Co., at the Eureka Foundry, or left with W. H. Rem ington k Co., will receive prompt attention. H. II. CONKLIN k CO. Eureka, July 15,1979. jylO NOTICE T1KRE0IT0RS. ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES indebted to Ik. MAN II KIM, will please call at his former nlace of business, at Frank Dontrtck A Co's, and make settlement. By so doing, they will avoid cost and trouble. All bills agaiust me will be paid upon pre sentation. D. MANHEIM. Eureka, May 11,1879. myPJ-tf RESTAURANTS. Ejiicm Mmi Corner of Bnel and Bateman Rta. BY MRS. M. A. ASHIM. I AM NOW PREPARED TO SERVE Private Dinners, Dinner Parties, and Ball Suppers. BOARD.#9 00 per week tar FIVE PRIVATE ROOMS. The moat complete Dining Establishment in Eureka. The beat French cook in the country. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Eureka, Juue 5, 1879. JeC-tf 25 GtS— MEALS —25 CtS. ISTE-W ENTERPRISE AND CHOP STAND HAS JUST BEEN OPENED AND NEWLY furnished on Main street, two doors above Wella, Fargo k Co’s office. MEALS for 25 and 50 Cents. It will be the object of the proprietor, who baa been head cook in leading houses on this coast, to furnish the best the market affords for the above named price, ami at ALL HOURS. Give me a call and convince yourselves. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. CHRIS. BHNELLER. Eureka, June, 2, 1879. J3-tf Removed to Ita Old Location. Having returned to my former place of business on Main street, occu pied previous to the lire, 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. Suppers for private parties gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving order* at the Store, goods will be delivered to any part of the town. CHAS. FISKE, Proprietor. Eureka, May #6. 1879. my‘27tf Again to the Front! MRS. MOCH’S NEW RESTAURANT, On Duel Street, opposite Patton k Co’a Bank. BOARD REDUCED! TO S9 PER WEEK. lirraltfast, from 7 lo 12 o’clock A. 91. IN liner, from 5 lo 7 o’clock 1*. 91. Hoar.I j»er week...,.SO OO Single 9Ienlw.75 cents Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. Eureka, May 2G, 187». my27-lm MRS. BROWN’S RESTAURANT. Main Street, next door north of II. Johnson's Store, Main Street. rpiIE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS WILL 1. at all times be served to my patrons. BOARD: l*or WooU.00 Sii,,*;!o Jfritl....SO ota X .hare of the public p.lrou&KU 1* .ollriML Mils. BROWN. Eureka, May 3,1879. mj-4-tf PARKER I-KOTJSJG RESTAURANT. Main Street, Eureka. NOW CONDUCTED BY MRS. NICK MILLIOH. j*5N / - THIS THE OLDEST RESTAU \ f fl* 7rant in i urekn. haw been leaned by / the undersljrned, ami will be cm* ducted in flret-clasa style, and will set the beat table in town. Hoard, |w*r week.W 08 single Noah.50 Centa No Chinese employed. Orders taken in English, Spanish and Italian. Mrs. N. M1LLICH, Proprietress. Furelia December 23, 1878. d24-tf RISEN FROM THE ASHES! MRS. HIGLEY’S RESTAURANT, Next Door to Jack Perry’s Saloon. milANKFUL FOR PAST FA 1 vors, anil by strict attention business, I hope to merit ami re t elve a share of the public pat- m*1-" rouage. Hoard, per Week.88.00 Mingle Menln.30 C’enls Eureka. April 23. 1879. ap23-tf TWO-UIT RESTIURANT ! THE FIRST JN HEVtDI. JimT OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five Ocnts to $1 00 ! Beefsteak, Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, Pots toes, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee. IDIIXTISriEiR, : All aorta of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegeta bles Soups, Etc. Jy9-‘f Assessment Notice. mo MATT. MURPHY: YOU ARE HEREBY 1 nut! hr<l that I have performed labor on the Hiera Nevada mine, ailnated In Antelope Mining Dtatrirt, Eureka county, Nevada. Mure Mav. 1878. to May, 18711. amounting to $50 in United Htates gold coin, for your interest of 500 feet in Haiti claim, and that unices you pay said amount within ninety days after the llrst publication of this notice, your interest In said claim will become my property by law. WILLIAM WHALEN. June 11, 1879. jel‘l-law90d TEUAL BLANKN, OF All I»K j acrlptlons, printed to order at Iht SEN TINEL 0TE1CK. MEAT MARKETS. BUTCHERING. I AM NOW PREPARES TO PUBNI8H THE best of Meats at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Beef, Veal and Mutton. Keep constantly on band tbe best of Ft .A, 1ST CHI FORI1. A share of the public patronage la solicited. WM. A. MONTGOMERY. Eureka, June 1,1870. jl-tf CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Wells, Fargo k Go’s Express, Main Street, Eureka. GOLL & KCdiEY, Proprietors. The Finest Qualities of BEEF, 11§PfimT0N, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. Freali, Fal ami Juicy Meat*, Of all descriptions, the best in the land, nd cheaper than the cheapest, At Wholesale nut! Retail. t3T Give us a call. my27 CITY MARKET. TWO DQ03S WORTH BF THE ATLAS OFFICE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nov. CIKORGE BAILEY, Frepr. THE CHOICEST BEEF, MUTTON, PORK SAUSAGE, <ScC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE J City Market. A shar'- of the patronage of old friends and the public generally, is solicited. aop3-tf HAND WA1i i AND CAS TI NOS. EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is fbf.pared to furnish mills and furnaces with CASTINGS Of every description; Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, iiy connection with the above, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions of Boiler Work and Forging will be under taken. All work leaving the Foundry ilHarauteed anti Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. •T’Orders solicited from outlying districts and filled with dispatch. II. II. CONKLIN k CO., Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev. M&UPIN & CO., TIN,SHEET-IRON,COPPER BRASS WORKERS. Main Street, opposite the Parker House. TITE are prepared to do all work m in our line in the best manner, and at reasonable prices. We employ none but the best of workmen. All orders intrusted to us will be faithfully and promptly attended to. We sc licit a share of the public patronage. Till: ALT ICO IKE VANELESS WIND MILL, The cheapest and Wst liable to get out of oi lcr. Orders for Wind Mill*, Pumps, liras** Cylin ders. Tanks and Frames, promptly filled at the L-heapest rates. For further particulars, call m or address T. J. MAUPIN A CO., Agents. Eureka, June 30, 1879. jyl-tf B. T. Lacy. L. C. Pakke. PARKE & LACY, Sole Agents for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Roek Drilling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINt COMPANY, Machinists* Tools and Steam Engines. Has kin's Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht Engines, Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumps, ALW AYS OX IIAXD. 117 Market Street, San Francisco California. F I R DE3! Great Excitement AT KItiniOMI HALL! South Main Street, Eureka. '11HIS 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. S. BOLAND, Manager. Eureka, April 28,1879. ap29-tf MRS. CEO. A. DAVIS South Main Street. DEALER I 3XT SECOND-HAND FURNITURE The highest prices will be paip for .11 articles offered for sale. Goods sold OH small commissions. A share of the public patronage Is solicited. Eureka. March 21.1870. mr22tf V. TJHIIj, Practical Bootmaker, North Main Street. Eitreki*, Nertulu. The best of boots made at this establishment and good fits guaranteed. _ Repairing Neatly Done, AND ON SHORT NOTICE, The beat ef workmen employed. Jel CLOTHING AND PROVISIONS. R. SADLER & CO., North Main Street, Eureka. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries M Provisions! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES! HARDWARE! -~AXD— TIHWARE! A FULL LINE OF TIIE NEWEST STYLES —OF— WALL PAPER! AGENTS FOR FOREIGN AND HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES. ALSO, AGENTS FOH THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, —AND- - HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING 1? O "W JD E IR, - 9GT Goods Delivered free of charge, .£% 11. SADLER A CO., North Main Street, Eureka. W. H. CLARK, STONE STORE, Comer of Main and Clark Streets. DEALER IN HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Supplies, And, in fact, KEEPS EVERYTHING! Eureka, June 19,1879. je20-tf FRANK PEED, DEALER IS FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Crockery, Lamps, and Chimneys. GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Goods. Fair dealing is my motto, and ray nlnce of business is one door north of hasten’s saloon, on North Main street. Eureka, June 18,1871). jelO-tf J. V. HART. W. W. PHELPS. HART & PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS, SHIRT MANUFACTURERS, AND DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING, - AND Cents' Furnishing Goods, Noith Main Street, opposite the Fostoffice. Eureka, June 26, 1879. je27-tf ^ LIVERY, SB* FEED AND SALE STABLE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, MOORE, HIEEIIOI SE A C O., Prop's. 4 GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS WILL j ,j\_ 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 l»e procured. Hay and Grain for Sale. Persons patronising us will always find good treatment and reasonable prices. Eureka, April 1. 1879. al-tf Non Hi Main Jilreet. I HAVE ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECT ED stock of well-seaaoned, second-growth Eastern timber, and can make to order any de sired style of buggy or wagon, finished iu a substantial and tasty manner. Give me a call ami I will give yon honestly made work and good stock, at prices that cannot fail to suit. BLACKSMITHING^PAINTING REPAIRING, In all its branches, done promptly and with great care. GEORGE L. OTT. Eureka, March 14,1879. marlStf Res:li & Waldvogel’s DAIRY PURE MILK AND CREAM! SERVED IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT customers. Persons wishing Milk or Cream, can notify the drivers of our wagons. REG LI k WALPYOGEL. Eureka. November 19 1878. n20 milRTISi: IN THE KlilEKA Bentinel, the beet advertising nudiup* in Kuttra Nevada HOTELS. THE JAChSON HOTEL is asro'W o- x.isr, And is the only Fire-proof Hotel In Eastern Nevada. MAIM STREET. EUREKA. The rooms are hard finished, el egautly furnished and spscloua. MMOLE ROOMS OR IM SUITS. OAS IM ALL THE ROOMS. Connected with the Hotel la the Finest Bar-room in the State ! A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. |eltf BUREAU HOTEL SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. P. McELROY, - Proprietor This house has just been built and is new ly furnished throughout, and is well adapted for the convenience of travelers and boarders. THE TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. BOARD, $7 PER WEEK--S1NGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS. THE 33-A-E Is well stocked with the choicest brands of wines, liquors and cigars. I thank my old friends and customers for past favors, and solicit from them ahd the public a continuance of their patronage. Coaches carry passengers to and from the “Bureau” to the cars. P. McELROY. Eureka, February 28,1879. marl tf J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD. PARKER HOUSE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept first class. Rooms single or in suits. At tached to the House is a first-class RESTAURANT. T K E E A. E Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept. •3P"Railroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka, February 6, 1879. feb7 tf TURNER HOUSE. South Main Streeet, Eureka. This old established hotel has just been newly refitted throughout, and has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the RESTAURANT»n.i DININC ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a tine assortment of Liquors and Cigars, i The Postoffice and the office of Wells, Fargo k Co. are directly opposite, and carriages run ! to and from the Depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877. Jy 19tf B. LAC1IMAN A CO., Proprietors, North Main Street, Eureka. THE PROPRIETORS HAVE JUST RE built anc! refurnished this well-known es tablishment, and have one of the finest RESTAURANTS In the town of Euraka, where at all times the BEST OF MEALS will be served for the low prices charged. Board, per Week.87 00 Three Meal Ticket* lor.HI 00 Connected with the House is a FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, Where daiiy can be had Fresh Bread, Pies, Pastry and Cakes. FINE WINES, for table and family use, at wholesale prices. A fair share of public patronage is solicited. Eureka, June 17, 1879. je!8-tf SOUTH GATE HOTEL, MOUTH OF PINTO CANYON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR. Travelers will find good accom modations at this house. The Hamilton, Ward and Pioohe Rtages stop for meals at this establishment. GOOD STABLING, HAY AND GRAIN. MvnlH Hi AH Hotim—«0 Ceuta. A share of the public patronage is solicited. South Gate, April 8, 1819. ap4-tf CONSOLIDATED HOUSE J^£AS JUST BEEN OPENED BY WM. MACKEY AND WIFE, And will be run as A First-Class Boarding House, Meals will be served from 6 o’clock a. m. until 9 o’clock v*. m. The best of Cooks and Waiters have been en gaged, and it is the intention of the managers to supply the table with the the M»r ket Afiorils, and make the “Consolidated” a pleasant home for all w'ho may favor them with their patronage. Eureka. July 8, 1879. jy9-tf RUBY mjm WORKS. Cnpnrity of Tanka, 400,000 Gallons. ALL NOW FULL. WT ater wnx be furnished in ruby \\ Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate, aud lower than ran be furnished from any other source. Water delived twice daily to private families, miners* cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging from to 30 cents apiece, will be sold at the Office, of the Company, on Ruby Hill. W. B. HARR IB, Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. SOCIETIES. EUREKA LOME. HO. II. T. A A. I. SHE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF TO* rek* Lodge. Np. IS. F. k A. M., will b. d In Odd Fenowe' Hell the fourth Monday of each end every month. Mem ben cl eleter lodges, end eojournlu brethren lu grid standing, ere cordially Invtfc ed to attend. H. JOHNSON. W. M. W. P. gTKK.'HELMAK, Secretary. NT. JOHN'S CNAPTEl, NO. S. The stated convocations of st. John's Chapter, No. 5, B. A. M., will he held et Mseonlc Hell, on the second ‘Wednesday evening of each month. Celled communion, tione on ell other Wednesday evening*. All Boy*] Arch Muon*, In good (tending, art cordially Invited to ettend. DAV. E. BA1LT.H. P. W. A. Durley, Secretary. AMERICAN LABOR CNIAN. The reoulab meetings of thn American Labor Union will be held at Armory Hell, on THURSDAY EVENING of each week. Any person desiring information In reg*rd to the Union, con obtain the tame by applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, be* tween the hours of 2 end t o’clock r. It., dally. A. 0. BISHOP. President. A. M. Campbell, Secretary. aplT-tf cils at Muonic Hall on the third sleep of every seven suns, at the seventh run, thirtieth breath. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefa, ara cordially invited to meet in council. R. M. BEATTY, Saelaem. Max Jacobs, Chief of Record. al BEATIFIC LODGE, HO. 7, K. OF P., Meets each Friday op every month, at 7:30 o’clock P. M., at its Cutle Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building. All Brother Knights, in good standing, ar# fraternally Invited to attend such meetings. C. L. BROY, G. A* H. B. McKee, K. of R. and S. BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. M, Holds regular sessions on the Third MONDAYS of each month, at 75t o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fellows* Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are invited to sttehd. BEN. C. LEVY, C. P. S. D. Henby, Scribe. je4tf MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 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. FERBARI8, N. G. H. B. McKee, Secretary. HIBERNIANS. The a. o. h. meets every third Saturday evening of each month, at, the corner of Clark and Monroe street*, until further notice. THOS. MURPHYr President. BUSINESS! The undersigned is now prepared to do a general Auction & Commission Business* Sales of Real Estate, Horses and Household Furniture, A SPECIALTY. MT Office at JACK PERRY’S CORNER. JAMES C. DEAN, Auctioneer. Eureka, May 2b, 1879. my29-tf B. REINHART. J. P. EDOF1*. REINHART & CO., Dealer* in Whole and Ground BARLEY, IT.OI R, WHEAT, BRAN AND SHORTS. Barley Ground to Order* AGENTS FOR THE SHUTLER WAGON1 AGENTS FOR PLOWS, MOWERS, REAPERS, And .11 kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. All Goods delivered to any part of town free of charge. OFI ICE—North Main Street, next door to the Iron Hall. Eureka, Nev. jeltf ALBERT ROSENHEIM, IN JOE MENDES’ BUILDING, MAIN 8T., Eureka, Nevada. a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CIGAR, TOBACCO -AMD NOTION DEALER. W Agent for >11 the Pennine Havana Himwlt. Eurek>, Maj 21, 1879. my25-tf WASHING. EUREKA STEAM LAUNDRY COM'Y. Laundry on Main Street, south of the Rich* yiiond Smelting Works. \\TASHING CALLED FOR AND DELlV V? ered in any part of the city, and will be done in one day, when desired. Work done at the same prices as at San Fran* cisco laundries. List of prices furnished by the drivers. FORD k DRAKE, Proprietors. Eureka, May 1, 1879. my*2-tf Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka. rpHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING OPENED JL the above establishment, offers his pro fessional services to all who desire a tirst-olaae physiognomical hair-cut, or au ecstatic shave. Hair Tutting. 30 Outs. fe»liainpo#> iuff, 30 Ceuta. Connected with the estab lishment are several neat and elegant Bath Rooms, where the most desirable Hot or Cold baths can be had at all times.1 BAT1IM. 30 CF.NTM. A share of public patronage is solicited. ; JAMES M. M. MOODY. Proprietor. RUBY HILL OPERA HOUSE. fllHIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN MAD* TH1 COZIEST OPERI HOUSE In the State, at a large expense, and parties de sirous of engaging it for Theatrical or other Entertainments, can do so by applying at mf store in New Town. JAMES HAMPTON. AgenL Ruby Hill, May 14,1S79. mf 1-ftf