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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XVII. EUREKA, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1879. NO, 30 _ ^-- - ■ - - - — tHE dBEKA DULY SENTINEL _ rni noninxn (axcxTT mon ' DAT). »T gilSIOY A SKItUIIIAII, * OXO. W. CA1HBT. ‘■““^ONee-No. I South Bu.l Street.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ^ 0®* month*, bv innil.••••••• * ®0 0Ko'p*P*r* f<'f»»rded ou‘il pald ,mT AGENTS: «•* J^nMAN "'.T. •"•••• *N LAMBERT.. Hill UMM 0. DOYLE. BE .. f^JjHBACH.-Bristol, Lincoln Co. .New RLHAGARhCO..«“*• ntoh MfoncH * CO .DownayvlIle. NyeCo.. Nev. inu* L BBBINSON.Sacramento, Cal. moxES t 8LOTJ!..... Bonanaa City, Idaho. -_T. « CRANE at No. SM Montgomery No lOSare Depoalt Building, la for the Eonxxi Da.i-t 8x»t.nxl WT p.raon. in that city hav with thl. »*c. are requested to SL^T-irate with him. agencies Fite 1ND ACCIDENTS! SAM’L COOPER, FINE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENT. S/rahiHpvaTf roMVtKECIVL. OF GLASGOW. C T^TTINENTAL AND NIAGARA. OF ,Y«? id COMMONWEALTH, of Boaton. fow sterling lnauran.e Companies. Alio. Agent forth* Travelers’ Accident Insurance Co., Of Hartford, Conn. U.utmm «'!»•' o' *" klu<U' uiilni from u«t»«rJ If ran are not insured against accidents, call MSS*** VOPBHKLF THtvelJWS TICKETS ran b« purrhaaad fjthJrtj day*, al J5 ceuU par day. IMININC~8TOCK8 Bmmghl Mil Hold CmmImIm Oaly. 8u Franrlaru Curraapoo4a«t» : Latham Jl King. Vao AH ENT for tha crlabrated NrNralr A Irtaa Fire Mud B«r(lar-praal Baiba •are at Vella, Fare* * *'•'»• Baraka. April S. l»7». apl-tf uauai wunuii JA*. a. amra. LAMBERT MOLINELLI l CO.. (Hire In Court-hens* Block, Eureka, Nevada. Convayan sera and Real Batate Agents. MBBCAWTILE TRANSACTIONS. OF ALL descriptions, promptly attended to. COLLECTIONS MADE with promptness and 4is«atch. MIREH MOLD and Bonded. Loans Negotiated, •ad House* and Real Estate Bought and sold. j LIFE AND FIRE Insurance_Agencies. Ratary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis trator, sad Mining Recorder in this office. Agents for IInil*a *nfr A Lock ( a. REFERENCES: Paxton kOa., Bankers, F.ureka, Nev.; R. Rick ari.Mup't Richmond Oou. M.Oo., Eureka, Xev.; Pardy, Cashier White Pine County Bank, Caroka, Nev.; A. M. Ulllhonae, Attorney at Law, Mureka, Nev.; Bishop h Sabin, Attorneys at Law. Eureka. Nev.; H. Donnelly. Bup’t Eu wka Can. M. Co., Eureka, Nev. Eureka. DecemU r 33. 1878. d34-tf &pioneer£^ Pilar J373I17 Stars!! OP EUREKA, (Opposite J. A. Paxton k Co.'a Bank.) J. STE/AXTS, KEEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE stock of gold and silver watches, clocks, <^Wnouds and silverware, gold pens, fold and silver innholders, of which I have the •gracy; gold, sliver, steel and rubber spectacles •nd eye-glasses. I have the best selection of •pectacles and eye-glasses In Eureka, as I make JJoae articles a specialty. Watches, docks, jewelry, mathematical aud astronomical ina cdiimn repaired, and all work warranted or no cnerga mad*. j. 8TRAT8. Eureka, January 30, 1879. jan21 tf CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY ■••III Mala Street. Eureka He*. Photographs^Photograohs SAVINq THE BEST ^ °*"'ry •“ mjBWtTrr gr* *********1 wu »W« to produce the truest end t JOST LIFELIKE PICTURES ^obtaiaad in thla State. All my work la lit ** ‘or Pwwenency, style end fine fin a>bditme!!‘i!* n r*flrodn*'*d ,ron< the amallaal of r* Bm Utopias picture, equal to any "* teputed houaea Eaat or Weal. a*ra nan eiumekiiti a specialty. mi 011*01^™'?*°*' Borcalaln, Photo-chrome All nUivT.™ ““morons to mention. PwaerrS^Sl** “**, c«*f»Hy retouched and al " further ordera. ___ «>UM MONACO, Photographer. liberated. W1?" JUSTICE TO THE PARTIES CON ^rtraad. the underaigned wlahea to make Payment ?* “_f9ni>*q»*nce of the failure of SSn!I2L!?,*wh,«4 mater!ale. It became eClKTl. J*en egalnet a certain bouse . !<“rth Rucl .tract, and JnSaw^a •»■». I have agreed end h ha .iJv?!* °f Aha debt ou a dollar. In order Aghtlag ZR * Iharral, end seven yearn’ —‘ iffiill and loaa of time; In Uaa. u|nn °f which, I have canceled the HENRY RIXEN, -^gnoMwff" *"d »■»" flag J’wbtos OP^ALL KINDS A BANKERS.__ PAXTON A CO., El'HEHA, NEVADA. j^raw at sioht, nr bums to suit, on Anglo-Californlan Bank.....San Francisco Anglo-Cali fornian bank.London J. k W. Sellgman k Co.New York D. O. Mills k Co.Sacramento Decker k Jewett.Marysville White k McCornlck.Salt Lake Otty Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A GENERAL RANKING BUSIN EMM. •GPMining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com* mission. rate Fine Comity M, (Tn Woodruff k Eunor’s Bnilding) B V B E K A , NEVADA. President....E. Woodruff i'ashler.Win. Pardy Dim koto as : F. W. flute.E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at night on Wells. Fargo k Co., San Francises, New York and London. •F Also, Lo~al Agency of the following Fire Insurance Compsnlea: Berlin fologiae. of Berlin; Las Cunflsnre, of Paris- Lit i'slsse General le, of Paris; London Pro vlnelasl. of London; Glrnral, of Philadel phia; Revere, of Boston. People's, of New Jeiaey; and other sterling Companies. Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commis sion. Eureka, May It, 1*71*. mylfi-tf The Best and Largest AND TUF. MOST VARIED STOCK BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY! Kir., to be found in Nevada, can be had at la the Peatofllee BnIMlaf. Merchants, Lawyer**. Accountants. Every, body, can be supplied with everything in the stationery line, and can have their FBIXTIMU DOTE AT EAHTEBS PBICBM. Call and examine our stock, and learn our price#. SMITH It CANAVAN. Eureka. May 27. 1*79. my28-tf. Town Order No. 8, Aa OrtVer to Aneail Tow n Order !fo. 3. Entitled “An Order ft tut In? the Time When Towa Orders ft hull Take EIT^t.” IkE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF 1 j County Commissioners of Eureka County, Nevada: Sectiow I. Section one of Town Order No. 3 la hereby amended ho as to read aa follows: Sect!ou 1: All Town Orders passed by the B<»srd of County Commissioners of Eureka Couuty. Nev., for the town of Eureka, shall take effect aud be In force from and alter their passage and publication in the Eureka Daily Hkntinkl. oue.« a week for two successive weeks. STATE OF NEVADA, I CoL’MTY or Eubkka.) I, E. R. DODGE. Couuty Clerk, and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Hoard of County Commissioners, in and f«»r said county, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct and true copy of the original matter thereof, which now remains in my office at Eureka, County and SV'tc aforesaid. In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Board this 14th day of July, 1H79. (hkal | E U. DODGE. County Clerk, And ex-otffdo Clerk of the Board of C'-ui ty Cornu* isslouers, Eureka Couuty, State of Ne vada. By L. M. Bell, Deputy Clerk. jyltt Town Order No. 9. Ah Order ('onrerului the (Horace of Fawder. 11E IT ORDAINED BY THE BOAR* OE 13 County Commissioners of Eureka County, Nevada: Rkctiow 1. It shall be unlawful for any per son or persona, firm or corporation, to keep in auy building, structure, or otherwise, within the limits «f the town of Eureka. Nevada, or within sit hundred yards outside ot said lim its, more than fifty pounds of powder. Sec. 2. Any violation of any of the provis ions of Section 1 of this Or ler shall, on con viction. be punished by a fine of not less than fifty dollars nor more than five liuudred dol lars, and in default of the payment of such fine, hall be imprisoned in the County Jail of Eureka Couuty, Nevada, at the rate of one day for every two dollars thereof. STATE OF NEVADA. » County or Eumjcea. I I, K. B. DODGE, County Clerk, and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, in aud for said county, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct aud true copy of the original matter thereof, which now remsins in 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. |beal] E. B. DODGE, County Clerk. And ex-officio Cerk of the Board of County Commissioners, Eureka Couuty, State of Ne vada. By E. M. Bell, Deputy Clerk. jyl# NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that i have this day retired from the firm of J. WELLS (i CO., in the Foundry Business in Eureka. H. H. CONKLIN being my succeaaor. All bills due the late firm are payable to H. H. Conklin k Co., who will also settle all claims against the same. I solicit for the new firm a continuance of the patronage hitherto extend ed to the old firm. JOSEPH WELLS. Eureka, July 16th, 1879. Referring to the above, we have to say, that all orders addressed to H. H. Conklin ft Co . at the Eureka Foundry, or left with W. H. Rem ington k Co., will receive prompt attention. H. H. CONKLIN k CO. Eureka, July 15,1879. jylfl Business Opportunity. for ORE A HALF INTEREST IN A WELL ESTAB _LI8HED BARBER SHOP «an«! "ATH MO (THIS, located in the central part of the city, next door to Wel!a, Fargo k Co’s Express Office, Austlu, Lander County, Nev. Apply to “Poatoffiee Box 85,” Austin, Nevada. JeW »• * RESTAURANTS. Epicureal IstaoiT (orarr «f Bael Hd Batnua Ms. BY MRS. mTa. A8HIM. I AM NOW PREPARED TO SERVE Private Dinners, Dinner Parties, and Ball Suppers. ■•AID.W M par track mr FIVE PRIVATE ROOM8. The moat complete Dining EatablUhment in Eureka. The beet French cook In the country. A ahare or the public patronage ia aoliclted. Eureka, JijiioS. 1019. ' jeC.tr 25 Cis— HEALS —28 ClS. NEW ENTERPRISE — MIDI RESTUIRMT AND CHOP STAND HAS JIJ8T BEKN OPENED AND NEWLY furnished on Main street, two doors above Wells, Fargo A Co'a office. MEALS for 25 and 50 Gents. It will be the object of the proprietor, who baa been head cook in leading houses on thia count, to l urnlah the best the market affords for the above uamed price, and at ALL HOURS. Oive me a call and convince yourselves. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. CHRIS. 8HNELLER. Eureka, June, 2,18711. j t-tf FISKES 1 AIRINT! Bemevnl to Its Olil LecAtlon. Having returned to my former place of biiai ness 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. Suppers for private parties gotten np on short notice. WEODING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orders at the Store, goods will l>e delivered to any part of the town. CHA8. FI8KE. Proprietor. Eureka. Ma^Sfl. 1879. my27tf Again to the Front! MRS. MOCH’S NEW RESTAURANT, On Buel Street, opposite Paxton k Co'a Bank. BOARD REDUCED! TO S9 PER WEEK. Breakflist, from 7 to 12 o'clock A. Hi. Dinner, from 9 to 7 o'clock I*. HI. Bonrtl per week.-.89 OO Muffle Meals.79 cent* Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. Eureka. May 3fi, 1879. my27-lra MBS. BROWN’S RESTAURANT. Main Street, next door north of H. Johnaan’s Store, Main Street. rpHE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS WILL X at all times be nerved to my patrons. 33 O -A. R D : Per W eek.8* OO Muffle Mi'bIm. 90 eta A share of the public patronage in solicited. MRS. BROWN. Eureka. May 3, 1879. myl-tf PAEKEB HOUSE RESTAURANT. Main Street, Eureka. NOW CONDUCTED BY MRP. NICK MILLICH. / • THIS THE 0LPK8T RESTAU \ f •Jrant in Eureka, haw been leaned by the undersigned, and will be can ducted iu first-class style, and will net the beat table in town. Boaxril, per a eck.8* 00 Muffle Meals..90 Outs No Chinese employed. Orders taken iu English, Spanish and Italian. Mm. N. MILLICH, Proprietress. Eureka December 33, 1878. d24-tf RISEN FROM THE ASHES! MRS. HIGLEY’S RESTAURANT, Next Door to Jack Perry's Saloon. TUANKFFL FOB PAST FA* vors, and by strict attention TL^a business, I hope to merit and re ceive a share of the public pat- *■ ronatft*. Board, per Week.88.00 Mingle Beals.80 Cent* Eureka, April 23, 1879. ap23-tf TWO-BIT RESTURlYf! THE FIRST JH NEVADA. JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROEBLES. Proprietor. Heals Twenty-fire Cents to $1 00! BREAKFAST : Beefsteak, Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, Pota toes, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee. rJIJSnSTEH,: All aorta of Koaat and Boiled Meata, VegrU blea, Sonpe, Etc. Jy9-‘f Assessment Notice. TO MATT. MURPHY: YOU ABE HEREBY notified that I have performed labor on the Siera Nevada mine, atiuetml In Antelope Mining Dlafrlrt, Eureka roun<y, Nevada, alnce Mav. 1878. to May. 1K7H, amounting to M0 In United State# gold coin, for your tntereat of »00 feet In eald ilatin, anil that unlraa you pay aald amount within ninety day# after the Aret publication of thta notice, your tntereat In aald claim will become my June 11.1879. jel9-law90d IF.WAI. BI ANKH, OF AIL l»K J acrlrtlona. printed io order at Ike SEN tinel orricA MEAT MARKETS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERING. I AM NOW PREPARES TO FURNISH THE beat of Meat* at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Veal and Mutton. Keep constantly on band the bast of RAISTCH PORK. A share of the pnblic patronage is solicited. WM. A. MONTGOMERY. Eureka, June 1,187®. jl-tf CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Welle, Fargo k Co’s Express, Main Street, Eureka. GOLL A HONEY, Proprietors. The Flant Qnnlltlee af BEEF.® MUTTON, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. Freeh, Fiat and Jnley Xenia, Of all descriptions, the beat in the land, ad cheaper than the cheapest. At Wholeaale and Xetall. fT* Give us a call. iny*27 CITY MARKET. TWO 0303$ NORTH OF THE ATLAS OFFICE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nev. GEORGE BAILEY, Propr. THE CHOICEST BEEF, MUnON, PORK, SAUSAGE, <ScC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE City Market. A share of the patronage of old frienda and the public generally, is solicited. s«p3-tf HARDWARE AND CASTING^ EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is prepared to furnish mills and furnaces with CA-STIKTOS Of every description; Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, in connection with the above, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions uf Boiler Work and Forging will be under taken. All work leaving the Foundry Guaranteed and Executed mi tke Moat Reaaonukle Ternaa. •STOrders solicited from outlying districts and filled with dispatch. H. H. CONKLIN k CO., Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev. M&DPIN & CO., TIN,SHEET-IRON,COPPER -A UP BRASS WORKERS. Main Street, opposite the Parker House. '117'E ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL WORK »f In our line iu 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. THE ALTHOHiE VANELESS WIND MILL, The cheapest and least liable to get out of order. Orders for Wind Mills, Pumps. Brass Cylin ders. Tanks and Frames, promptly filled at the cheapest rates. For further particulars, call on or address T. J. MAUP1N A CO., Agents. Eureka, June 30, 1879. Jyl-tf B. T. Lacy. L. C. Parke. PARKE & LACY, Sole Agents for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rock Diilling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinist*' Toole and Steam Engines, Has kin's Engine* and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht Engines. Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumps, ALWAYK OX 1IAXD. 417 Market 8treet. Sau Franeleco California. IP IBEI Great Excitement IT RICHMOND HILL! South Maiu Street, Eureka. rpHlS HOUSE IS NOW OPEN TO THE _L public as A FREE CONCERT HALL, With good Liquors, Music, and polite Walter Girls. Billy liopre ell bit old friends, and ell the new onea he can make, will give him e helping hand to make things Jolly. W. 8. BOLAND, Manager. Eureka. April 28.1819. ap29-tf MRS. CEO. A. DAVIS Month Main Street, DEALER X IT SECOND-HAND FURNITURE The highest prices will be paid for all articles offered for sale. Goods sold ou email commissions. A share of the public patronage la solicited. Eureka. March 21.1819. mr22tf y^TJHL, Practical Bootmaker, North Matin Nlteel. Enrrhn. kevada. The best of boots made at this establishment and good Ate guaranteed. Repairing Neatly Done, AND ON SHORT NOTICE. 2 he heel ef werknaea employed. Jel CLOTHING AND PBOYI8IONB. .. ■ i .-~—m R. SADLER £ CO., lartk Mala llml, Banka. DIALERS IN GENERAL IGBGHAMDISR Groceries uni Mis! oXiOrnanxsTO-, BOOTS AND SHOES! HARDWARE! |- AlfD— TINWARE! A FULL LINK OF THE KK»Klf STYLES —or— WALL P A P B R I AGENTS FOB rtllltl 111 HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES. ALSO, AGENTS FOB THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, —u*- - HERCULES BLASTING ANO SPORTING F O -W 13 E R . H Ooodi Delivered free of charge. L SADLER A CO.. North Main Street, Eureka. W. H. CLARK' STONE STORE, Ceraer af Hala aad Clark Streets. GENER1L MERCHANDISE HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Supplies, And, In fact, KEEPS EVERYTHING! Eureka, June 19,1879. je2(Mf FRANK PEED, DEALER IX FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Crockery, Lamps, and Chimneys. GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Goods. Fair dealing la my motto, and my place of busiuess is one door north of Kaaten’a saloon, on North Main atreet. Eureka, June 18.1879. Jel9-tf J. V. HART. W. W. PHELPS. HART & PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS. SHIRT MANUFACTURERS, AMD DBA LESS IM BEADY-MADE^CLOTHING, Cent*’ Furnishing Goods, Noith Main street, opposite the Poetofflee. Eureka, June 36,1879. je37.tf ft LIVERY, FEED AHO SALE STABLE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, ■OOBE, HILLHtlBB * CO., Prep's. A GENERAL LIVERY BU/HNE88 WILL be conducted In all its branches. Horses 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. Parana patronizing u. will ilw.y. And good tratmant and raaonabla priraa. Eureka, April 1, UTt. al-tf HOTELS. im IS NOW O PIE 1ST, And la Ufa only Fife-proof hotel lb Barters Her to*. ■At* imn, iiiikA. The Boom abb habd ntuiB, el. egantly furniahed and ipactone. ■I«U EMM* OB IE lim. BAR IE ALL TEE ■•*■■. Connected with the Hotel la the Finest Bar-room in the State! A. JACEBOH, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackeon Honee, at Hamilton, White Pine county. Jeltf BUREAU HOTEL SOUTH RJUH STMT, EMBU. P. McELROY, - Proprietor This house has just been built and in newly furnished throughout, snd is well adapted for the convenience of travelers and boarders. THE TABUS Will st all times b# supplied with the bast ths market affords. MAM, 17 PEI WEEK--UMH1 KALI, SI SITS. THE BAR la well stocked with the cholceet brende et wince, liquors and cigars. I thank my old friends and customers for past favors, and solicit from them and the public e continuance of their patrons#.. VT Coaches carry passengers to and from the '• Bureau” to the cars. P. McELBOT. Eureka, February 28,1878. marl tf 1. L. HIItCILET. 1. I. LOCKWOOD. T PARKER BOISE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept first class. Rooms single or in suits. At I lacked to the House is s first-class RESTAURANT. TH£ BAR Has s fine reputation, and nothing but the beat Liquors, Wines and Cigars will ho kept. 07”Railroad coaches #111 take passengers to sad from the depot. Eureka, February I, lffffi. fSW tf TURNER HOUSE. South Main 8truest, Eortk*. This old established hotel has just been newly refitted throughout, snd j has s large number of Elegantly Famished Booms. Mr. Turner makes s specialty of the RESTAURANT and DINING ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With s fine assortment of Liqcmrs snd Cigars. Ths Postottce snd ths office of Wells, Fargo A Co. are directly opposite, snd carriages ran to and from the Depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18,187T. jy liltf CALIFORNIA HOUSE, B. LACHMAN * CO.. Prwprlet*rs, North Main Stmt, Eureka. The proprietors have Jti-iT re built and refurnished this well known es tablishment, and have one of the finest RESTAURANTS la the town of Eureka, where et all times the BEST OF MEAI.8 will be nerved for the low prices charged. B—ami, per Week.97 09 Three Heal Ticket* f*r.91 *9 Connected with the House In a FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, Where daliy can be bad 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, Jane 17, 1K79. jelMf SOUTH GATE HOTEL, MOUTH OF PINTO CANYON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK. PROPRIETOR. TRAVELEK8 WILL FIND ROOD ACCOM niodstions at tliia house. The Hamilton, Ward and Pioche stages stop for meals at this establishment. GOOD STABLING, HAT AND GRAIN. •7 Neals at All Hairs it Ceils. A share of the public patronage is solicited. South Gate, April S, IOTP. ap4-tf CONSOLIDATED HOUSE JJAB JUST BEEN OPENED BY WM. MACKEY AND WIFE, And will be ran u A First-Class Boarding House. Meal, will be aerved from • o'clock a. m. until 9 o’clock r. a. Tile beet of Cook* and Walter* have been en gaged, and It la the intention of the manager* to aupply the table with tha Brat Maw Bar* kef Aflknli, and make the ''Coueoltdated'' a pleaaant home for all who may favor them with their patronage. Eureka, July 8.1879. Jy9-tf Toby mjm works. rapacity afTaaka, 4M.999 ttallaaa. ALL NOW FULL. WATEB WILL BE FVBNI8HED IN BUBY Hill, lu any deal red quanta!**, at all eeaanua of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than ran be furnlahed from any other aonree. Water delived twice daily to private famllle*, miner*’ cabina, aalnoaa. ate. Ticket* ranging from 6K to 80 centa apiece, will ha acid at tha UBro of tha Company, on Baby Rill. W. B. HABBUB. Proprietor. T. W. PEA BOON, Superintendent. _WCUBB._ jgggg iammmi.**, <«. f!a aIma mat stayed ootfl^iucanjjBspin. of each and ftfry moot?* Mem ben cf eUM* lodges, aM iiliaUM brttbX* lb good ifaMiy. jw tgdMblmit "V* jfSkcwmAan. W. A. DtntM. Socmtary. — AMIICAE UW IhkfSV. mn beoular unmet or taf 1 American Labor (Mb wlUbeMdTj Armory Hall, on THURSDAY KTBHIBA of each weak. Any parson desiring InfotmaMaM In regard to Ike Union, can oMaln Bo am by applying to ths geerotary, at Anoiry Mall. bo» tween the honra o( 3 and 4 o'clock r. daily. A. 0. BISHOP. Finldlt. A. H. Outmu, Secretary. iynd .■.■.■ - .. .. .7 Wm eemucca rants, ho. i. iMPBOTrti Order of Red Men. hold rogalm canon die at Masonic Hall on the third sleep of mrt seven aune, at the aeventh rna, thirtieth broaAL Sojourning bravos, wanton and chiefs, wA cordially invited to meet in conncll. B. M. BEATTY, Snail. Mas Jaeons. Chief of Eoeoed. at — i . -V BEATIFIC LSNA MB. T. K. B# Peg Meets each Friday of eyed* month, at 7 JO o'clock r. M„ at Mg OMb Hall, In Odd Fellows’ building. All Blotter Knights, in good lading. SMI fraternally Invited to aMeadawihjurtwiy ^ H. B. MeEin. K. of E. and i. * * BULUBK EMCAMPMEHT HB. M. TJ OLDS EESULAB BES8IOHB OH TMB XI Third MOHDAY8 of oach month, at TH o’clock, r. M., at Odd Fallows' SnUdini/ Sojourning Fntriarche on Invited to oMdbi. BEE. C. LEVY, 0. F. S. D. Him, Scribe. JoMT HOCFrAnLBBSKn.iyj.AAF4 Meet eveby Saturday nanw Af Odd Fellows' Hall, at T o'clock. AS mem ben of Iho order, In good standing. IBs vlted to attend. CHAS FEKEAEU, E. O. H. B. McKee, Secretary. HIBEBEIAMB. The a. o. h. meets every ramp Saturday evening of each month, it, thd corner of Clark and Monroe streets, astH further notice. THOS. MUBPHt,PrSMdl. J. W. Malloy, Secretary. AdcQoi ml Cemm BUSINESS I - THE UNDERSIGNED H NOW PIDiltA to do ag*MMl Auction & Ccnunittien Bnsineaa, Sales of Seal Estate# Horses aid HotfseMd PmittMr, a specIaLtt. woEtid Jack nun corner. JAKES C. DEAN, AaottoMW. Euraka, May ».H». raJNM* R. REINHART. J. P. EDOTT/ REINHART I £0# DaaMn ta WMa rad Graaad BABLB “ST, rutrt, WHEAt, tkit RRN BHGMTW. Barley Ground to Order# AGENTS WOM f*R 8HT7TLEB. WAOOJT AGENTS TOR PLONK, SONUS, RfeiMSt ABd an klada of AGRICULTURAL IMPLBMINTS, All Goods delivered to any port sf to#G list of charge. OFI ICE—North Main Street, next door to Em Iron Hall. Eureka. Her. JeHf ALBERT ROSENHEIM, IN JOE KENDE8' BUILDING, RaIN WT., Euraka, Nevada. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CIGAR, TOBACCO NOTION DEALER. IT Agent for all tha OcmIb. Havau ■rands. Euraka. May 24,1*7*. my2Mf WASHING. •tsiTTra ww Jk STEAM LAUNDRY Cfll'Y. Laundry on Main Street, sooth of the HA> reond Smelting Worts. WASHING CALLED FOB AND DBLlT end In any part of the city, and trill be done in one day, when deal red. Work done ai the same prices an at Ban Fran deco laundries. List of prices furnished by the drivers. FOBP h DBAEB, Proprietors. Bunks. May 1, IMF. nyWf Pioneer Barber Sbop and Bath Bean. North Main Street, Banka, THE CNDEB8IONED. HATING OWNED the shore establishment, crime hie pro fessional services to ell who desire e Sret ■teas physiognomical haircut, or an ecstatic share. Hair ratting. GG Cents. HGnGMtae. ieg.lt On (as g| Conaeeted «M (he nhh I —liahmaat an serarel aaalead WH*"*E^eleg»nt Bath Kooaaa, where Ww*TMhjPth7 moat daairwhta Met eg Gold hatha can be had at all times. BATHS, SG nilTS. A shan of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Proprietor. RUBY HILL III HORSE. rpHIS FBOWBTY HAS BEEN MADN TEN COZIEST OKHft HOUSE la the State, at a large expense, sad perttaa de sirous of engaging It for Theatries! er ether Euierieinmean, cen do as by applying at my store la New Town. .wbyHilLMe/,^™"™#?*