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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XIX. EUREKA, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1880. NO. 43 TEE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL OBUSHED SVM1T MOBinKO (EXCEPT MOE DiT), »T CASSIDY A SKILi-NIAN, * w' Ci““T (Office—Corner of Monroe and Bateman Bta.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Cue copy, one year, by mail.—. ■ Joe copy, aix moutha, by mail.... On. cepy, three month., by mU1--.. « «» No paper, forwarded until paid f-r. TERMS OF WEEKLY: m One copy, one year,..^ One copy, aix month*,. Oue copy, three moutha... AGENTS: MRS. M. ..-w«d W. I-. GOODMAN ft CO.Ploche J W LAMBERT.Ruby Hill W. S. MARCHANT. Ney. FAMES O. DOYLE.Hamilton If P. 8TIMLER.Belmont CHAS. B. STREITBEUGER.Tybo ] B FI80HBACH...-Brl»tol. Lincoln Co.. Ney. J R. RICKARD.Wlver Reef, Otab ORMOND * LOVETT.Frl.co, Utah ROGERS ft SLOTZ. Bonania City. Idaho. A. M. BARNES.Central City, D. T. p tAVEY.Bingham Canyon, Utah CHARLES W. CRANE, No. 318 Pine atreet and 10 Leideadorff atreet, Room 39, is Sole Agent for the Euhkka Daily and Weekly Sentinel in Han Frauciaco. Persona in that city hay ing buaineaa with this office are requeated to communicate with him. _ SALOONS. PALACE SALOON, XTr* STAIRS IN H. VORBERG’S BUILDING, MAIN HTHKET. THE CHOICEST LRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. pool. AND BII.I.IAHOH. Elegantly Furniihed Club Room*. LCTHER CLARK, Prop'r. Eureka, June 17,1879. Jel*-tf JACK PERRVS SALOON, -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets eureka, nev. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the Ban Francisco market con stantly on band. Eureka, August 10,1878. aulO-tf EMPIREJALOON. The undersigned desire to in form the public, and citlsena of Eureka, and the whole State of Nevada, that they will be found at home, at all boura, where nothing but First-class Goods will be disposed of. A. HINTZE, ED. McHORLEY. Eur.ke November 7,1§7». uov8-tf CANAVAN & CO., INTERNATIONAL SALOON, MAIN STREET, EUREKA,.NEVADA OANAVAN k 00., Proprietors. Eureka, July 8. 1880. Jy4-tf MENDES’ 11 TIGER” SALOON. THE LANUIMT IX NKVAIIA. is MOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF NIU8IO la attendance every evening. JOE kfRNDES. Proprietor. Eureka, May 17,1879. myl8-tf TIVOLI SALOON, T e n-P In Alley AND RESTAURANT, -OPENED AT THE OLD California House, (Opposite the Postoffloe.) Restaurant will be supplied wjtu all the delicacies and substnntials to be obtained In the markets. Only the finest imported liquors w»n be passed ovsr tbs bar. Open Day «%u<l Xiglu, H, LIPSKI & CO., Proprietors *">«>». May 4, 18H0. uiy nr MAGNOLIA SALOON^ Mineral Hill, • Nevada. JOHN HOARD, PROPRIETOR, rnHE OHUIOE8T BRANDS Or WINES LI. X quora and olgara conatautly on hand. th«T^'"° ,>Ut Ar,l'“lM* V'wd* pa.acd over w Ora? Id AND SEE «.'»» J'l'O IIIttKl). Mineral Ulll, March 15,1880. uiriatf MEAT MARKETS^_ CITY MARKET . FAT, JUICY, Beef and Mutton KECEIVED EVERT DAY FROM RENO, AT thin Market. The cholceat meata In the land conatantly on hand, Including Sausage, Veal, Pork, Etc. JOHN TORRE, Proprietor. Eureka, May 19, 1880. my20 tf CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Wells, Fargo k Co's Express, Main Street, Eureka. GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors. Tit. rin.it Unallllw of BEEF, MUTTON, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. Frewli, Fat and Juicy Meat*. Of all descriptions, the best in the land, ar d cheaper than the cheapest, At Wholesale and Retail. fCT Give us a call. my97 CITY MARKET. ONE DOOR NORTH Of ADLER'S STORE. South Main Street, Eureka, Nev UEOKUE BAILEY, Propr. THE CHOICEST BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, SAUSAGE, dJcO., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE City Market. A share of the patronage of old frienda and the public generally, is solicited. sep3-tf CAPITAL MARKET. Worth Main Ntrcet. west side, SHOLDERER & ROBERTI. - Fr’a. Beef, pohk, mutton, sausage, etc., of the finest quality constantly on hand. Choice Steaks and Prime Roasts a Specialty, At reasonable rate*. Onr aupply In this regard cannot be equaled in Eureka. GIVE U8 A CALL. SHOLDERER k ROBERTI. Eureka. November 10, 1879. novll-tf BREWERIES AND SALOONS. Great Attraction! STAR BREWERY SCHMIDT l MERDES, PROP’S. 'I'HE STAR BREWERY 18 NOW OPEN 1 and tbe business will be conducted in the same manner aa Joe Mendea* Tiger Saloon la kept on Main street, with Cood Liquors, Music, Attentive We iter Girls. But LAGER BEER In th. BUM, Sold at 60 Cts. per Gallon, At Wholesale. By atrlct attention to business, we hope to merit a fair share of the public patronage. JOE MENDES. CASPER SCHMIDT. Eureka June 9,1879. jeS-tf B. REINHART. 1. T. EDOFF REINHART & CO. Dealer* In Whole and Groand BARLEY, n.»rB, wheat, bran anu BHOKTi. Barley Ground to Order. A GENTS FOB THE 3HTJTLER WAGON AGENTS FOR PLOWS, MOWERS, REAPERS, And all kind* of AGR1CDLTDRAL IMPLEMENTS. All Good* delivered to any part ef town free of charge. OFFICE—North Main Street, next door to the Iron Flail. Eureka, Nev. jeltf EUREKA HALL, Ruel Nlr««t, Eureka, NcvikIh. Finest Hall in Eastern Nevada. TOO SEATING CAPACITY TOO I'Ik* Hall la ('..niplete In Ncpavry and Singe Appointments, Nullable for THEATRICALS, BALL! AND PARTIES. PtlM OB# »«*«. Tu.ui. nuaniblt, A44»»M (CBKKA HALL COKP4EV, ■uraka. March I, Uno. uria.II THE EUREKA SENTINEL M,AJdB* file at Mr. J. H Bates* Advertising Agency Vo. 41 Pnrk Boat,(Tines Building) New York, who In authorized to contract for advertising snd anItHcriplions tothls puper, CTO A wEKK. $12 s day at home easily 4> /Z made. Costly Outfit free. Address Tara A Co.. Augusta. Malue. H0TEL8. INTEINATIONAL HOTEL, EUREKA, NEVADA. JUST REOPENED. THE SECOND HOTEL IN NEVADA. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE public that I Lave 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 so generously ex tended in times past, I would ask a continuance for the future. D. H. HALL, Proprietor. Eureka, December 1,1879. d2-tf TURNER HOUSE PETE KNIGHT, PROPRIETOR. This house has just been thor oughly renovated, and will hereafter be kept as a first-class Hotel. Rooms Single or in Suits. ATTACHED TO THE HOUSE IS A FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. T BC E B A. R Has a good reputation, and none but the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Will be kept. The Railroad ’Bus will take passengers to and from the Depot. Eureka, June 1, 1880. Junl-tf I. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD. T PARKER DOB Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept fxrst clam. Rooms single or in suits. At tached to the House is a first-class RESTAURANT. THE BAB Has a flue reputation, and nothing but the beat Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept. •T'Railroad coaches will take paasengera to and from the depot. Eureka, February 8, 1879. feb7 tf SOUTH GATE HOTEL, MOUTH OF PINTO CANTON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK. PROPRIETOR. Travelers will find bood aocom luodatlona at this house. The Hamilton, Ward and Plocha atagea atop for meala at thla eatahllahmeut. GOOD STABLING, HAY AND GRAIN. Heals at All Honra-M Cents. A ahare of tha public patrohaga la aollclted. South Gate. April 8, 1879. ap*-tf BILLIARD HALL! TOGIilHI i CO. PROPRIETORS. FIRST DOOR NORTH OF JOE HINDIS'. WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC that we will be found at home at all houra of the day and night, and requeat a share of their patronage. We keep nothing but the beat of LIQUORS AND CICAR8 Which we eell at 19* cent. each. BILLIARDS PER OAME, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Our tablea are always clean and In flrat-clasa | order. Eureka. June 3, 1880 Jani-tf CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLBRV South Halu Street, Eureka Hey. Photographs Photographs Having the best arranged Gallery in the State, and having had a long and uninterrupted prac tice in the Photographing business, I am able to produce the truest and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained In this State. All my work Is warranted for permanency, style and fine fin ish. Enlargements reproduced from the smallest miniatures to the life-size picture, equal to any of the best 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 MONAOO. Photographer. WILLIAM MILLER, WIG MAKER — AND DEALER IN — HU MAN^ HAIR, Has tor sale, switches, braids. Frizzes, Curls, Puffs, French Crlmpee Front Pieces, Wigs, Toupees, and Scalps. All kinds of Wiga made to order and repaired. Combings or Out Hair made up in any style. Old Switches repaired and covered with leng hair. Cash paid for Human Hair. South Main St., oue door from the Turner House, Eureka. June T. 1880, JunMf Pocket-Book Lost. 1IIAVE LOST MY POCKET-BOOK. CON taintug letters, papers and pictures, be tween Trillin's ranch and Eureka. Tl>« fluder will confer a favor on me by leaving the Baine I at the Sentinel office, or at Joe Mendea’ saloon. DUTRA GEROME. » Eureka, May 26, 1880. my 2C tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, Attorneys at law. pkac TICE in all the Courts. Office In Court-houae. Eureks, June 4, 1880. je5 tf FREDERICK W. COLE, Attorney at law. eureka, Nevada. Office—8KNTCWM, Building. A. M. HILLHOUSE, Attorney at law, eureka, Nevada. Office in the Court Houae. DAV. E. BAILY, Attorney at law. has he moved his office from Clark’s building to Whltton’s building, north side Of Clark street, between Main and Buel streets. d2-tf THOMAS LASFEYRE, Attorney an» counselor at Law. Office in Ry land's Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office in the Court House. Eureka, May 20,1879. mySltf F. H. HARMON, Attorney at uw. office— At the Assessor’s office, in the Court house. JOHN T. BAKER. Attorney at law. office in the Foley-Rickard building, up stairs, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. GEO. W. BAKER, Attorney at law and nota ry Public. Office in the Foley-Riekard building, Main street. Eureka. Nevada. PHYSICIANS. DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHTNICIAN AND8IIRUEON. OF fice in Sentinel building, up stairs, rear suite of rooms. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND SCROEON. Office, one door north of Hiram Johnson’s, on Main street, Eureka. dc2-tf DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SCROEON «C reka, Nevada. Office in Hyland’s Build ing, in the office formerly occupied by G. W. Baker, Esq. J. A. NESBITT, M. D., C. M. OFFICE — MONACO’S BUILDING, MAIN Street, Eureka, Nevada. DR. E. B. DELAMATYR. Homeopathist.—office and residence in Togcini’s building, next to Blehop A Sabin’s new brick building, Main street. Office hours : 8 to 10 a. M.; 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 >. M. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S„ Dentist, rooms, iNFaw^ Hyland’s Building, up stairs,fwRS+Sk Corner of Buel and Bateman Streets. THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND U. S, DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hyland'• Brick Building, on the oomer of Bateman and Buel streets, up atalra. WALTER 8. LONG, CIVIL ENGINEER AND V. S. DEP* uty Mineral Surveyor. Office over Bunk Exchange, Main atreet. Eureka, Nevada. A. D. ROCK, CIVIL ENGINEER. PREPARED to do Surveying promptly, oorrectly and cheaply. Eureka, April 39.1880,a80 tf SOCIETIES. ST. JOHN’S CHAPTER. NO. 3. The stated convocations of bt. John’s Chapter, No. 6, R. A. M., will h. held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday next euc ceedlng the pele of the moon In each month. All Royal Arch Masons, In good standing, sra cordially Invited to attend. H. JOHNSON, H. P. P. Anderson, Secretary. BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10. I. O. O. F.. Holds regular sessions on the First and Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7 V, o'clock, r. k„ In the Foley. Blckarda' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are invited to attend, B. D. HENRY, 0. P.| F. M. Heitman, Scribe. mrlOtf MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 220.127.116.11. F., Meet every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hell, at 7130 o'clock. All membere of the order, in good etandlug, are in. vited to attend. R. J. DOAK, N. O. Jai. W. Smith, R. 8. EUREKA LODGE. NO. M. F. A A. M. THE 8TATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU reka Lodge, No. 16, F. * A. M., will be held In Odd Fellawe’ Hall the fourth Monday of each and every mouth. Members of elator lodges, end sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially Invit ed to attend. R. 8ADLER, w. M. W. P. Bteicheaman, Secretary. BEATIFIC LODGE. NO. 7. K. OF P., Meets each Friday of every month, at 730 o'clock r. at It* Castle Hall, In the'Rickard-Foley building. All Brother Kulghte, In good standing, are fraternally Invited to attend «nch meetings. W. H. DAVENPORT. 0. 0. H. W. Facit, K. of R. and S. AMERICAN LABOR UNION. rriHE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE I American Labor Uulon will he held at Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of each week. Any perecn desiring Information In regard to the Union, can obtain the aame by applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, be tween the hour* of 9 and 4 o’clock P m., dally. A. 0. BISHOP, President. A. M. Campbell. Secretary. apI7-tf I. O. F.. RUBY COURT NO. t, Meet* on the second and fourth Monday* of each month, at tBOo'olcok ». m.. In the Odd Fellow*' H*ll hutldiu*. Alt member* of the Order In good standing are in. vlted to attend. B. 0. LEVY, W. O. R. Ja*. W, Smith, R. S. Eureka, May 19, 18H0. mil3 A. O. H. Meets every first and third sat urday of each mouth, at their hall, corner Clark and Edward* street*, at 7:30 o’clock. THUS. MURPHY, President. Patbics Hakmon. Secretary. Eureka. July 19, 1W». Jy30-tf BANKERS. _ PAXTON & CO., bankers, EUREKA. NEVADA. ~p^RAW at bight, in bums to suit, oh Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Callfornlan Bank.London J. k W. Sellgman A Co.Tork D. O. Mill* k Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysvlll. White A McComick.Salt Lake City Dieconnt Commercial Paper, Make Collec tions, Receive Depoelte in Coin Or Currency on open account, certificate, or apecial deposit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ■7'Hlnlng Stocks Bought end Sold on Com mission. _ Wbiti Fine Comity Bail, (In Woodruff k Ennor’s Building) EUREKA. NEVADA. President.E- Woodrnll Cashier.Wm. Pardy Directors : F. W. ante.E. WoodrnflT. Transact s General Banking Business. Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco, New York and London. Also, Local Agency of the following Fira Insurance Companies: Berlin C'ologrne, of Berlin: Ea Conflance. of Paris; I^n C'aisse Clenerale, of Paris; Nlancnester, of Enjrlaud! tilrard, of Phiisdel 6hia; Revere, of Boston; People’s, of ew Jersey; and other sterling Companies. Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on COmmIS SiOn. XM Eureka. May IS, 1879. myl6-tf SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Coast Agsntf for the Celebrated -WESE3. PIANOS —AND— Estey Organs. Manufacturer* of the SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO! For Bras* Instruments, SHEET MUSIC, And everything In the Music Una, address SHERMAN, HYDE & 00., SAN FRANOI8CO. Pianos and Organs Sold on Easy Terms. sheet Mule Depot et Harris II. Joseph'. Goldou Buie jyDUy Store. Enrelia._ EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, N trade. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA Tj Wls/L B B B, Of all kinda. Kadwo.id, Oregon and Sngar Pine K1NINO TIBI BERN 1 1> If I I. I» I N « LVHBERI A owni'lete assortment of Clesr and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Biding, Hustle, end other Styles of Siding, Moulding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash end Bliuds, etc., always on hand. Bf l.verytbtug at the Lowest Coals Rote*. J«I E A C. L. CO. □w Litep-Yarfl! 0 LUWBIER—OF ALL KINDS! D illS, WINDOWS, SHAKES, SHINGLES, MOUL INQ, BTO., ETO. A Full Stock Soon to arrive! The undi rsigned. having this pat purchased the Pe La Matyr lumber buel. ness ind property, will be pleaaed to have Ilia friends and the public generally, of Eureka and vicinity, give him a call wh. u in need of lum ber of any kind. W. S. Moi.ELi.AN. Eurek a. May 27, I860. my28 if RESTAURANTS. CORNBRlHOiMTlii In the rear of the old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO& BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. The fikebt the market affords always served to customers. Fowl, wild Same, Flab. «f«len, Ktf.e EtPe. Prepared In the moat tempting style. Meal* at all Honr* of the Day or Night Private Rooms for I>1 Miner Parties. For every delicacy of the aemsos. go to tho CORNER CHOP'BTAND. Eureka, April 7,1880. e8 tf PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. MBS. H1GLEY, Proprietress. rilHANKFUL FOR PA8T FA X vors, and by strict attention to business, I hope to merit and receive a share of the public patronage. Board, per Week.$9.00 Single Meals.00 Cents Eureka, August S, 1870. au6-tf FISKE’S BAKERY ! —AND— CONFECTIONERY STORE. Main street, - - Enreka. Having secured the services of a first-class CONFECTIONER AND BAKER From San Francisco, I am now prepared to furnish the best of BREAD, PIES AND CAKES. WEDDING CAKES and FANCY PASTRIES to order, at short notice. BREAD and CAKES delivered to any part of the town or Ruby Hill. FRE8H CANDIES made daily—wholesale or retail. CHABLE8 H. FI9KE. Eureka, January 04,1880. Jan25 tf $7.00 M" $7.00 Tmr In Hull ROBT.WESLPROPRIETOR. I PROPOSE TC GIVE FIRST-CLASS BOARS at the above rates. The table will be sup plied with the BEST the market affords. My pastry cannot be beat. Give me a Trial and Satisfy Tour* •elf. SINGLE MEALS 60 cts. THREE MEALS FOR MINERAL STATION Eating House! Mat McFall, - Prop’r This establishment has just been repaired and refitted, and is cow a first class eating stand. The best the market affords can always be found at this station. THE BAR is stocked with the beat LIQUORS and CIGARS that can be bought in San Fran cisco. The property has changed hands, and will hireaftST be run by the subscriber. MAT McFALL. Hln.nl Station, March 22,1890. ror23 if New York Weekly Herali. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. mHB CIRCULATION OF THIS POPULAR 1 newspaper he* more than trebled during the past year. It contains all-the leading news contained in the Daily Herald, and is arranged in handy departments. The Foreign News Embraces special dispatches from all quarters of the globe. Under the head of American News Are given the Telegraphic Dispatches of the week, from all parts of the Union. This fea ture alone makes The Weekly Herald The most valusble chronicle in the world, as it is the cheapest. Every week is given a faithful report of Political News, Embracing complete and comprehensive dis patches from Washington, including full re ports of the speeches of eminent politicians on the questions of the hour. 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There is a page devoted to all the lateat phases of the business markets, crops, mer chandise, etc., etc. A valuable feature is found in the specially reported prices and conditions of the Produce Market. Sportxko N*w», at home and abroad, together with a Stoby every week, a Sermon by some eminent divine, Literary, Musical. Dramatic, Personal and Ska Notes. There is no paper in the world which contains so much news matter every week as the Weekly Herald, which is sent, postage free, for One Dollar. You can subscribe st any time. The New York Herald tn A WEEKLY FOBM. One Dollar a Yaar. Address, Blew York Herald* deSO] Broadway and Ann street. New Trffc. ATKINSON i DEWING, IMPORTING TAILORS I Xu. 105 SIaIf Ntswet. jyi-tf ROCKFORD. ILL. JOB PBINTIKe OF ALL KDTDti A 1FB0IALTY st this oSos. SPECIAL NOTICES. ATTENTION, EVERYBODY ! Having purchased the entire ’i«**** of W. H. Clark’* Mercantile Bsllseu. I am now prepared to fnrniah ALL KINDS OF GOODS At Price* a* Low a* the Lowest. By prompt attention to business accommo dating clerks, good goods, low prices, I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL. Try me, and Be Hatlsded. F. W. CLDTK. Enreks, September 1,1870. *1 --""'j V - ' CELEBRATEU WEBER IIAItW —.HD— Eatey Organs. Sherman, Hydo k' Co., San Francisco, Pacific Coast Agents. Instruments sold on tbe Installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, at* con. sidered tbe best and moat durabla. One only buys a Plano in a life time, therefor* get tbe beet, tbe beat is tbe cheapest, el. Prof. . Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka* nonce. If you have a fine or complicated watch or clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird, or any other delicate and intricate piece of mechanism needing repair*, go to EDW. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clockmaker. Jewelry neatly repaired. All work warranted to give perfect aatiafae. tion or positively no charge. o9 Singer Sewing Maebinet. W. P. HASKELL has been appointed agent for the celebrated Singer Sewing Machines for Eureka county. A large Invoice of machines and fixtures has just arrived. These are ths only genuine Singer Machines now offered for sale In this market. Orders May be Left. Messrs. H. Conkling A Co., have just com pleted their telephone to the hardware estab lishment of W. H. Remington A Co., where orders for the foundry msy be left. fll-tf. FOUNDRIES. EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is peep abed to furnish mills and furnaces with CASTINGS Of «T«7 description; Also MACHINI WORK. We have running, in connection witL the above, a BOILER 8HOP, where all dem rii tioii# of Boiler Work and Forging will be taken. All work leaving the Foundrj Gaarantsed and Executed o»» ilk* Moot Reasonable Terms. •^Orders solicited from outlying districts and filled with dispatch. H. H. CONKLIN It CO.. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev, B. T. Lact. L. 0. Parks . PARKE a LACY, Sole Agents for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rock Di illing Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinists’ Tools and Ht«*am Engines, Ha* kin's Engines and Boilers. Hoisting and Yacht Engines. Steam Pumps and Centrifugal [Tft. gating Pumps, ALWAYS ON HASP. 417 Market Street. Ban French**, Calt/i.f i i* A, ROSENHEIM, (Successor to J. H. Michel.) Next poor south or stoww-l Drug Store, keeps STATIONER?, OUTLEBY, TOBACOv-, CIGARS, PLAYING.CAR1*8. NOTIONS, ETC., For tbs Wholesale sad Retail Trade. CLUB-ROOM IN THE BEAR. —ALSO— Keeps s Retail stand for CutWy, Cigar*. Clg. aretten, etc., etc., in JOE MENDEB' BUILDING. Main Street, Eureka, Eureka. May 6.1880. majD tf CIGAR STORE, JACK PERRYS CORNER JAKE HABBIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Cigars Of ebaice bren4a, tha beat tn the market I'abM'i'ua, rinanllta, anil bnil'ltm' ArlidM, Kir. Eureka, September 1. 1479. iMf Important Aionmit! A NEW BUSINESS ! -AND A— K B W STAND. The undersigned begs leate to Inform the Eureka public that, bavlnf been in the employ of W. P. Haakell alnce July, 1878, haa now opened a ahop of hit own, and la prepared to manufacture MUM SETS. TURKISH CHAIM. L0UK6ES t lATTEtUt T, Order on Short H,Uh. AIL KIND* Of u r KOX-SI'SIST | A Specialty. OAHPET LATINO and REPAIRING promptly and rat l afactor! ly attended to. •arprioee lower than ever before known In Eureka. __ Place of business—Juat shore the Tninsr House. Eurrka, Kerch 30,18*0.