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VOL. XVIII. EUREKA, NEVADA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1880. NO. 71
fHE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. ^ (MCE” "O*" DAT), BY CASSIDY A SKILLWIAH, OKO. W. CASSIDY. ^Office—Corner of Monro, end B.tem.n SU.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ^ ^ ftm* copy, on® year, by mail.....*15 00 011 1 i mouths, by msil. 8 00 o'm cepy three months, by mall. ... « 00 0 So pipers forwarded nuUl paid fer. TERMS OF WEEKLY: One copy, one year....» One copy, »la months,. | JO One copy, three montha. 1 00 AGENTS: MBS. . ..•Jf.Td W P. OOOBMAN k CO.Ptoch. j W LAMBERT.Ruby Hill w S MAItCHANT. Ney. JAMES O. DOYLE.Hamilton B p sTIMLER.Belmont CHAS B. STREITBEBOER.Tybo j B FISOHBACH.. ,-BrletoL Iiacoln Co., New. j R RICKARD.8ilv« B**f> DUh ORMOND k LOVETT.Priaco, Utah ROGERS A 8L0TZ.Bonanaa City, Idaho. A. M. BARNES.Central City, D. T. p TAVEY.Bingham Canyon, DUh niriRLES W. CRANE, No. 318 Pine street and 10 Leideadorlf atreet. Room 39, la Sole Agent for th. Ernes a Daily mid Weekly Sextinel In San Frnnclnco. Pernnna In that city bay ln« Iraalneas with this office nre requested to communicate w.th SALOONS. _ f r. CAXATAX. V’ W. L* YAW. INTERNATIONAL SALOON Eureka, Xevmln. MESSRS. CANAVAN & LE VAN, PROPRIETORS. Eureks, December 10, 1879. dcll-tf ML U K SALOON, tjtp stairs IN H. VORBERG’S BUILDING, ■ AIN STREET. THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. POOL AND BILLIARD*. Elegantly Furnished Club Rooms. LUTHER CLARK, Prop'r. Eur.k», 1 nil. 17, 1W79. JelS-tf EMPIRE SALOON. THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO IN FORM the public, and citizens of Eureka, and the whole State of Nevada, that they will be found at home, at ail bourn, where nothing bnt First-class Goods will be disposed of. CHAfl GRAHAM, A. HINTZE, ED. MoSORLKY. Eureka November 7, 1879. nov8-tf KICHIMl NO. 3 SALOON The undersigned has just leased the above mentioned favorite place, and has had it generally reuovated and repaired. He proposes to keep the best WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS To be found In the market, and will be pleased to have hla friends and the public call and ■ample hla goods. A Fro* Lunch will be served. L. MCDANIEL, South M.lu .treat, Eureka. MENDES’ “TIGER” SALOON. THE LAKUENT IN NEVADA. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES. LIQUORS^ AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC In Attendance every evening. _ . JOE MENDES, Proprietor. ^Eureka, May IT, 1879. inyis tf J1CK PERRO SALOON, -CORNER Or Main and Bateman Streets JnjREKA, 2STEV. ■—the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on Band. i August 10,1878. aulO-tf Staao, Hyde 4 Spy, SIN FRINCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast Paciflc Oout Agents tor the Celebrated TO-EBES* pianos —AMP— Estey Organs. Manufacturers of ths SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO I For Brass Instruments, sheet music, And nerjtblng In the Mueie Line, eddreee SHERMAN, HYDE & 00., SAN PNANOISOO. Fianoi and Organa Bold on Xaaj Toma. Sheet Mule Depot et H. ioeeph'e Seldte Bak STM-ly Mew, t'-.rohit. til A WEKR. $15 e day et home eeatly MEAT MARKETS. WHOLESALE AND RETiiL BUTCHERING. 1AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH THE best of Meats at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Veal and Mutton. Keep constantly on band the bast of RANCH PORK. A share of the public patronage is solicited. WM. A. MONTGOMERY. Eureka, June 1,1879. Jl-tf CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Wells, Fargo k Co’a Express, Main Street, Enreka. GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors. The Fliwt 4.I.IHI,. of BEEF, *SWwUTT0». Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on band. Fresh, Fat and Juicy Meats, Of all descriptions, the best In the land, and cheaper than the cheapest, At Wholesale and Hetall. 90T Give us a call. uijVt CITY MARKET. TWO DOORS NORTH OF TH£ ATLAS OFFICE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nev UKWRUE BAILEY, Propr. THE CHOICEST BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, SAUSAGE, <5eC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE City Market. A share of the patronage of old friends and ths public generally, la solicited. sep3*tf CAPITAL MARKET. Worth Main Ktreet, neat aide, 8H0LDERER & ROBERTI. - Pr ». Beef, pork, mutton, sausage, etc., of the finest quality constantly on hand. Choice Steaks and Prime Roasts a Specialty, At reasonable rates. Our supply In this regard cannot be equaled in Eureka. GIVE US A CALL. 8HOLDERER k ROBERTI. Eureka. November 10, 1«7». novll-tf */The Great Carriage Manufiae tnrlng IKonae or the World. EMERSON, FISHER & GO, Cincinnati, Ohio. TOP-BUGGIES AND PHAETONS ! Beit material, rood workmanship, hand ome styles, itron* and durable vehitlet, in every mpeet. . 70,000 CARRIAGES! Manufactured by Emerson, fisher k Co., are new In use in every part of the American Continent. They give uufatiiug satisfaction. All their work is warranted. They have received testi monials from all parts of the country, of pur port similar to the following, hundreds of which are on file, subject to Inspection : Galva. 111., July 18, 1879. Messrs. Emerson, Fisher A Co.—Dear Sirs : I have used one of your top-buggies three years, aud three of them two years, in my livery stable, and they have given me perfect satis faction and are in constant use. OSCAR SMALLEY. Newberry, 8. C., July IT, 1879. Messrs. Coppock A Johnson-Dear 81rs: I have been using the Emerson A Fisher buggy I bought from you, as roughly, I suppose, as any one could. I had s fast horse; drove him at full speed, sometimes with two grown ladles and myself in the buggy, and it is to-day worth all the money I paid for it. I say, the Emerson A Fisher buggies will do. A. M. TEAGUE, Farmer. The favorable reputation the carriages have made in localities where they have been used for aeveral years by liverymen, physicians, farmers and others, requiring hard and constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which the manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling them now to turn out, in good style, 360 Carriages a Week. CF’Send for styles aud Price-list. Jan21 tf ^ LIVERY,« FEED AND SALE STABLE, South Main Stmt, Eureka. Nevada. MOURE HHW'N., - . - Prop’s. A GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS WILL be conducted la all Its branches. Horses bought and sold. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. Elegant turnout*, four In hand, double or single, can always be procured. Hay and Grain for Sale. Peraona patronising ua will always find good treatment and reasonable prices. Eureka,Oct. M. 1879. o»-tf THE LARGEST -AMD BEST ASSORTMENT STOVE S, Ever brought to Eureka, can be found at BEMINOTO* A CO*®. Eureka, Ootober 3,1879. o4-tf ATKINSON K DEWING, IMPORTINC TAILOR. I No. 105 ItaM ■*»•««*. julT-tf BOCirOBD. ILL. HOTELS. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, EUREKA, NEVADA. JUST REOPENED. THE SECOND HOTEL IN NEVADA. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE public that I have again reopened the Inter national. The building is a three-story brick one, fire-proof and has been newly furnished throughout. Thankful for the patronage ao generously ex tended in times past, I would ask a continuance for the future. D. H. HALL, Proprietor. Eureka, December 1,1879. d2-tf I. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD. 1 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. THE BAR Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept. ■^Railroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka, February 6, 1879. feb7 tf CALIFORNIA LODGING HOUSE, Three Door* North of the International Hotel. Cood Rooms at Low Prices MRS. P. CAI.LACHER, (Formerly of tho Parker House,) Has just leased the above named bouse, and had ‘t renovated and refur nished. She will bo passed to receive the patronage of her friend* and the public. Eureka, December 19, 1879. dc20-tf COSMOPOLITAN! South Main St., Eureka. The undersigned has recently leased this very comfortable LODGING HOUSE, Where, at all times, may be found neat and well furnished rooms, at very reasonable rates. *7" A share of the public patronage is so licited. MIMN ELLA ROKN. Eureka, January 7,1880. jan8 tf SOUTH GATE HOTEL, MOUTH OF PINTO CANYON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR. Travelers will find good accom modstlons at this house. The Hamilton, Ward and Ploche stages atop for meals at this establishment. OOOD STABLING, HAY AND GRAIN. •ST Metals mt All Hours—BO Cents. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Bf dth Gate, April 3, 1879. ap4-tf JOSEPH COBL.ENTZ, JOHN S. BOWMAN. JOHN S, BOWMAN & (0. Importers and Manufacturers of FINE HAVANA CIGARS, DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, ETC. Xart hire st Comer of Battery and Sacra mento Streets, San Francisco. Felix Coblent*, Traveling Agent. flMf C. D. STUART, [FOBUERLY OF EUREKA,] KEEPS Fine Wines, Liquors aid Cigars, -AT 626* Sansome, and 602 Washington streets, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Will be pleased to .ee old friends. Jang tf REMOVAL NOTICE. THE OFFICE OF THE GILA SILVER MINING CO. Haa been Removed from Room 7, Safe Deposit Building, to Room 16, Academy Building, No. SSO Pine Street. San Franei.ee. n»-iw 8T. MARY'S ACADEMY, RtH Lake City. The second session for boarders opens MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2d. A sep arate department for little boys. For particulars write for circulars. [jn26-4w ANNUAL MEETING. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK HOLDERS of the Eureka Tunnel and Min ing Company, will be held at the office of the Company, in Eureka. Nevada, on SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1880, at 7 o’clock, for the e ection of a Board of Trustees, to serve for the ensuing year; for the adoption of By-l.aws —to replace those destroyed In the Are, and for such other business as may properly corns before the meeting. E. J. BUTLER. Secretary. Eureka, February 4,1880. febfi td NOTICE WE HAVE SOLD OUT OUR 8TOCK OF clothing to Mr. H. Kayser, and hope that the patronage so liberally bestowed on us will be contlned to our successor. MEYERS It FRANKLIN. Eureka, January 24, 1880. jan25-lm ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DAY. E. BAILY, Attorney at law, haw re. moved his office from Clark’s building to Whitton’a building, north side of Clark street, between Main and Buel streets. d2-tf THOMAS LASPEYBE, Attorney and counselor at Law. Office in Hyland’s Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jackaen House, Eureka, Nevada. OEO. W. MERRILL. A, L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, ATTORNEY!* AT LAW. PRAC TICE in all the Courts. Office in the Sentinel building. Eureka, October 8,1879. oc9-tf C. J. LANSING, ATTORNEY AT I.AW. OFFICE IN Odd Fellows* Building, over Wells, Fargo k Co’s Express Office. Enreka, Hay 20, 1879. aay21tf F. w. GOLE. A. M. HILLHOUSR. HILLHOUSE A COLE, ATTORNEY* AT LAW, EUREKA, Nevada. Rooms 1 and 2, Odd Fallows' Building. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office At the Assessor’s office, in the Court house. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in Hyland's Block, Bateman street, Eureka Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. OEO. W. BAKER, Attorney at law and iota. ry Public. Office in Dick Hyland’s Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. PHYSICIANS. DR. E. THIELE, PHYSICIAN. NI ROEOX AMD Ob stetrician. Office—Main street, two doors south of new brick building. (Private entrance from Buel street.) Office hours : 9 to 10 a. M. and 6 to 7 P. m. Free office hours : 2 to 4 P. M. DR. A. C. BISHOP, -PHYSICIAN AND N F R O E O N. X Office, one door north of Hiram Johnson’s, on Main street, Eureka. dc2*tf DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND HI'RGEON. OF flce in Sentinel building, up stairs, rear suite of rooms. DR. E. B. DELAMATTR. HOMKOPATHIRT.-OirHE AMD residence over Fiske’s Restaurant, Main street. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. M. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND NFRttEON EF reka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. J. A. NESBITT, M. D., C. M. OFFICE —MONACO’S BUILDING, MAIN Street, Eureka, Nevada. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYMIFIAN AND 8FRHEON. OF flee at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka. DR. M. BOOKMAN, PHYSICIAN AND NFROEON. Office at the International Hotel. Eureka, Nov. 15, 1879. nlAtf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, rooms, bate MAN street, opposite the Sen tinel's new building. THOMAS J. READ, CIVII. EltilNEKR AND V.», DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ryland’a Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel streets, up stairs. SOCIETIES. EUREKA LODGE. NO. IS, F. A A. M. THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OP Eu reka Lodge, No. 16, F. k A. M., will be held in Odd Fellows’ Hall the fourth Monday of each and every month. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially invit ed to attend. R. SADLER, W. M. W. P. Stkichklman, Secretary. ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER, NO. 5. The stated convocations of st John’s Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday evening of each month. Called communica tions on all other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons, iu good standing, are cordially invited to attend. DAV. E. BAILY.H. P. W. A. Durley, Secretary. BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10, Holds regular sessions on the Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7S o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fellows’ Buildlnx. Sojourning Patriarchs are invited to attena. BEN. O. LEVY, 0. P. 8. D. Henry, 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. R. J. DOAK, N. G. Jab. W. Smith, Secretary. BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF P„ Meets each Friday of every mouth, at 7:30 o’clock p. m., at ita Castle Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building. All Brother Knlghta, in good standing, are fraternally invited to atteud such meetings. C. L. BROY, 0. .0 H. B. McKee, K. of R. and S. AMERICAN LABOlt UNION. 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, can obtain the same by applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, be tween the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p M , daily. A. 0. BISHOP. President. A. M. Campbell, Secretary. apl7*tf RE Ik MEN. WINNEMUCCA TRIBE. NO. 8. IMPROVED Order of Red Men, hold regular coun cils at Masonic Hall on the third sleep of ever) seven suns, at the seventh run, thirtieth breath. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, ar« cordially invited to meet in couucil. R. M. BEATTY. Sachem. Max Jacobs, Chief of Record. al NOTICE. During my absence in the east, i have appointed Mr. J 8. Whltton aa my agent, who has full power to transact any and all business for me. J. H. ALPERSON Eureka, Nev., January 6,1880. Jan7 8m BANKERS. PAXTON & CO., B^HSTIKZEIR/S, ECRF.KA, NEVADA. ■J^KAW AT SIGHT. IN BUNS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Caltfornlan Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London , J. ft W. Sellgman ft Co.New York D. O. Mills ft Co.Sacramento Decker ft Jewett.Marysrills White ft McCornlck.Balt Lake City Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec tions, Bece<re Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A GENERAL HANKINS BVSINEM. KF Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. lite Fie Coity Bank (In Woodruff k Ennor’a Building) BUBCKA, NEVADA. President.E. Woodraff Cashier.Wan. Paardff Ductom: P. W. elate.E. Woodraff. Tranaact a General Banking Buatneaa. Draw at aight on Wella, Fargo k Co., Ban Franclace, New York and London. Alao, Local Agency of the following Fire Insurance Companies: Berlin Cologne, of Berlin; Ida Con nance, of Paris; La Calase denerale, of Pari8; London Pro vincial, of London; Uirard, of Philadel phia; Revere, of Boston; People’s, of New Jersey; and other sterling Companies. Mining Stocks Bought and gold on Commia alon. Eureka, May 15, 1879. myl6-tf AGENCIES. STOCK AND INSURANCE BROKER. SAMUEL COOPER, Stock Broker and Insurance Agent, JOINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD -FOB CASH on COMMISSION only. SAN FRANCISCO CORRESPONDENTS : HOMER 8. KING A, CO. Also Agent for a number of leading FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Reliable indem nity given at regular rates. Office at Wells, Fargo & Oo/s, Eureka, Ner. December 31, 1879. jal-tf FRANK B. ALDERSON, Real estate agent, searcher of Records, Abstractor and Conveyancer. AGENT FOR FOLLOWING FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES: Hartford lnauranee Company. Established in 1810. Paid in losses ever $21,000,000. Cash assets, $3,300,000. .dStna Insurance Company. Established in 1819. Paid in losses nearly $50,000,000. Paid in the Chicago fire, $3,800,000; paid inaRoston fire, $1,600,000. Cash assets, $6,783,867 15. AGENT FOR Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., Newark, N. J. Houses rented, collections made, etc. OFFICE— Sentinel Building, Eureks, Nev. Eureka, September 22,1879. s‘23-tf SCOTT’S DJ } SCHOOL, Old Richmond Hotel, South Main Street. Gentlemen's Class: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights, from 8 to 10 o'clock. Ladles' Class: Monday and Thursday afternoon, irvui 2 to 1 o'clock. LADIES' AND GENT8' PRACTICING CLASS: Monday and Thursday night, from 8 to 10 o'clock. JUVENILE CLASS : Saturday afternoon, from 2 to 4 o'clock. ■^Socials every Saturday night. Muaic furnished for balla and private parties PROF. J. W. SCOTT. Eureka, November 10,1879. novl6-lm Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath Bouse, North Main Street, Eureka. The undersigned, having opened the above establishment, offers his pro* fesaional services to all who desire a flrat-claaa physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave. Hair Cutting, 50 Ceuta. Bit am poo lug, 50 Ceuta. Connected with the estab lishment are several neat and ^elegant Bath Rooms, where AT M tM the most desirable Hot or Cold bathe can be had at all times. | MATHS, 50 CENTS. A share of publio patronage Is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Proprietor. A RARE CHANCE. ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH, MRS. M. A. ASHIM OFFERS THE EPICUREAN RESTAURANT (Corner of Bateman and Bael streets.) FOR RENT. The House 1s well furnished and doing a good business, and can be rented with or without the furniture. For particular*, apply on the premises. Eureka, October 18, 1879. ocltMf VOCAL MO INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, Taught on the piano and organ Also, Paiuting, Wax-work, Stamping, Em broider*. etc., at reasonable prices, by MRS. COTTLE, Nob Hill, In rear of the Hospital. Eureka, June 24. 1879. je26-tf a week in your own town. Terms and $Q0 ** outfit free. Address H. Haluett k Oo., Portland, Maine. RESTAURANTS. THE TURNER IIOI M ! North Halo Street. EUREKA, ... NEVADA. JOHN magginTttT proprietor. Having leased this old and well established hotel, end bad it thoroughly renovated and repaired, I solicit a share of the pnblic patronage. THE ROOMS Are large and airy, and very neatly furnished. THE RESTAURANT Will, at all times, be supplied with the best the market affords. Travelers will find this a good bouse to atop at. Terms moderate. JOHN MAGGINETTI. Eureka, January IT, 1880. Janl8 tf FRENCH ROTISSERIE, Three doors below Joe Ifendea, Main strait, - - - Eureka, Nev. Befubnished and befitted, the Flratclaaa Restaurant of Eureka. No pains will be spared to keep this place In the beat style. Elegant Meals, Fine Wines, and Polite Attendance. SPIRO GBEGOVICH. Eureks, November 21,18T9. nov22-tf PARKER HOU8E RESTAURANT. ■U. HIOLEY, ProprletrCM. Thankful fob past fa ▼on, and by strict attention to buaineas, I hope to merit and receive a share of the public rwmmf^ • patronage. Board, per Week.18.00 Single Menlo.50 Cento Eureka, August 6,1879. au6-tf PISKR’S RESTAURANT ! Removed to I to 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 snd new patrons with the best day board in Roreka. Open Day_and Night. Suppen for private parties gotten np on short notice. WEDDING CAKES AND~FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orden at the Store, goods will be delivered to any part of the town. CHA8. FISKE, Proprietor. Eureka, May 96, 1879. my97tf WEST END Chop and Lodging House, Jtortb Main Street. Heals, ti cents. • • Lodgings, li cents. FRANK ROBLES, Proprietor. I HATE JU8T ENLARGED AND RENO ▼ated my establishment, and am now pre pared to furnish Better Meals and Lodgings, for the small amount of money charged, than anyplace in Eureka. tfiTCall and see for yourselves. Q3T0PEN NIGHT AND DAY._£E Eureka, December 15,1879. dcl6-tf CORNER CHOP STAND, In the rear of the Old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO A BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. 11HE FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS always served to customers. Fowl* Wild Game. Fish, Oysters. Etc.. Etc*. Prepared in the moat tempting style. leali at All Bonn of the Day or Night. Private Boom* for Partleo, Ball*. Pot every delicacy of the seaaon, go o the CORNER CHOP STAND. Eureka, October 1,1878. oc2-tf EUBEKA AND CAUPOBNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Mein Street, Ntvada. NEVADA AND CAUPOBNIA Hi JMBE IR/, Of ell kludt. Redwood, Oregon end Sugar Ptue BININO TIMBERS 1 IOILDIIO LUBBEB1 I A compute assortment of Clear and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Siding, Moulding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds. •to., always on hand, flQT Everything at (law Lowest t'Mh Mutes. _ ^ jsl K A C. L. CO. San Francisco Loire House. Over the Mew York Store. Ftrnikhed rooms for rent, by the month or day. Spring beds from 50 cents to SI per night. House open all uitflit. J. O. BY.A8ER, Proprietor. Eureka. December 24, 1870. dc‘29 tf F P aa FHA Per day at home. Sample# Tu worth is free. Address Stin aou A Co.,Portland, Maine JOB PBIMTIMO. OF ALL DK aoriptlona, executed with neatness and despatch at tb Sukvikul OflU*, SPECIAL NOTICES. ATTENTION. EVERYBODY I Having purchased the entire Internal of W. II. Clwrk'a Mercantile Baslarta, I am now prepared to furnish ALL KINDS OF GOODS At Prices aa Law aa tke Law eat. By prompt attention to hnalneaa accommo dating clerks, good goods, low prices, I SOLICIT TEADE FROM sr.T. Try me, and Be DUaSad. F. W. CLOT*. Eureka, September 1,1879. S3 CELEBRATED WEBER PIAIOI —asi>— Eatey Organa. Sherman, Hyde k Co., San Francisco, Paella Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the Installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musietauev are eom sidered the best and most durable. Oneonly buys a Plano in a life time, therefore get the beat, the best la the cheapest, al ways. Prof. Wm. Plnmhoff. Local Agent, Eureka. Singer Sewing Maekinet. W. P. HASKELL baa been appointed agent for the celebrated Singer Sewing Macbinea for Eureka county. A large invoice of machinea and fixtures has just arrived. These are the only genuine Singer Machinea now offered for sale In this market. Fresh Candles. Having secured the services of a first-claaa confectioner, I am now manufacturing fresh candies dally, and offer them at low prices, at wholesale or retail. CHARLES H. F18K1. Eureka, January 24, 1880. The Hew Foundry. Ml kinds of MINING CAB WHEELS and AXLES at the New Foundry, at H. H. CONKLIN k CO’S. Quits Merchandising:. California all wool undershirts and drawers, canton flannel, merino, and all kinds of men’s underwear, at cost at the GOLDEN BULK, as M. H. Joseph is about to quit merchan dising. Cloning: Out. M. H. Joseph, of the GOLDEN RULE STORK, will close out his stock of cigars, stationery, pocket cutlery, razors and notions, at cost# to quit business. . Retiring:. Boots and shoes at eost st the GOLDEN RULE. Joseph is closing out, and will retire from business. ”0UNDRIEg EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is prefared to furnish mills and furnaces with c^sTiisra-s Of every description: Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, in connection with ths above, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions of Boiler Work and Forging will be under* taken. All work leaving the Foundry Gsarauteed and Executed on tho Most Reasonable Terms. Orders solicited from outlying districts and filled with dispatch. H. H. CONKLIN k CO.. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev. B. T. Lacy. L. C. Parks. PARKE A LACY, Sole Agent* for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS -AND— Rock Di tiling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinists’ Tools uni Steam Engines, Has kin'* Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht Engines, Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumpa, ALWAYS OH HAHD. 417 Market Street, Ben Francisco , California CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Senlk Mmln Street. Eureka Her. Photographs Photographs Having the best arranged Gallery In the State, and having had a long and uninterrupted prac-l tice in the Photographing business, I am able to produce MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained in this State. All my work ta warranted for permanency, style and due fin ish. Enlargements reproduced from the smallest miniatures to the life-sise picture, equal to any of the beet reputed houses East or West. CRAYON FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. Also, Water color, Porcelain, Photo-chromo and all others too numerous to mention. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved one year for further orders. el LOUIS MONACO. Photographer WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS! (Elko, - Xevatta.) Tub and Swimming Bath*. A CHOICE VARIETY OF PLANTS AND FLOWERS ! Reared at the springs, constantly on baud aud for sale. fOTConveyance, to and from the Spring*, evtry hour, daily, during the week. « J. J. GARRECHT. Elko, Nevada, February 7, 1880. feb8 tf COAL!_ COAL I ! PARTIES WHO INTEND BURNING HARD Coal thia Winter, will pleaae let me know the probable amount they will consume daring the Meitaou. that 1 may know what quantity In Order. W. O. MILLS. o**H-tf At the K. A P. Lumber Oo.'a ogfl# NOTICE TO TRAVELERS. PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO RAIL WAY Station, will pl.aaa procure ticket, at the Jackson House, or at the Fashion Stabla, and leave ordera to be called. W. H. SWEENEY * CO.. ocl*-tf Bua Proprietor*. JOB PRIYTIXU OF ALL RINDS A SPECIALTY at this oftce.