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VOL. XIX. EUREKA, NEVADA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1880. NO. 45
THE eureka daily sentinel. KVMir MOBNINO (KXCEPT MOB DAT), BT 0liSS I DY & S K I LLNIAN, GEO. W. CASSIDT. tom'i-Cornerof Monroe and Bateman St.., TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ^ ^ doe copy, one year, by ro^n...j.M me copy, ail mouths by mallL-... . , M ire espy, three months, by mail... Vo pipers forwarded until paid f r. TERMS OF WEEKLY: ^ Oue copy, one y«»»V.q m One copy, six months... t ^ One copy, three mouths. AGENT8: MRS. M ... w ? GOODMAN* CO.Ploche , LAMBERT.«''*>* H1» w g 1IARCHANT.Palisade, Ner. ,kMi o. DOYLE.Hamilton [I p sTIMLER.Belmont Cuts B. STREITBEBGER.Tybo , B FI8CHBACH...-Bristol. Lincoln Co Nev. R RICKARD.Silver Reef. Utah ORMOND & LOVETT.Frisco. Utah ROGERS * SLOTZ.Bonanza City, Idaho. A M. BARNES.Central City, D. T. * yaVEY.Blnghsm Canyon, Utah nHtRLES W. CRANE, No. 318 Pina street and in I eidesdorff street, Room 3d, is Hole Agent “for the F.rnta. Daily end Weekly Sentinel in San Francisco. Persons In that city hav. lug business with this offlcc are requested to communicate with him._ SALOONS. PALACE SALOON, XJ1P STAIR S IH H. VORBERG’S BUILDING, main btmeet. THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. POOL A»r, BILLIAKIM. Elegantly Furniahed Club Room*. LUTHEB CLARK, Prnp'r. Eurek., June 17,1H7#. JUS-tf JACK PERRY'S SALOON, -COBNEB OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, ISTE'V. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable 1b the Ban Franclaoo market con stantly on band. Eureka, August 10. li?i. anlO-tf EMPIRE SALOON. THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO IN FORM tbe public, end citizen* of Eureka, and tbe whole State of Nevada, that they will be found at home, at all hour*, where nothing bat First-class Goods will be disposed of. A. HINTZE, ED. MoBGRLXT. Eureka November 7, 1878. novS-if CAN AVAN & CO., INTERNATIONAL SALOON, main street, EUREKA,.NEVADA CANAVAN' k CO.. Proprietor.. Eurek., July 3, 1880. Jj4 tf MENDES’ 11 TIGER11 SALOON. THE LARUE1.T IS NEVADA. IS KOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC In attendance every evening. / . t „ JOE MENDES, Proprietor. Enrek., M.y 17,1873. mylg-tl TIVOLI SALOON, T e n-Pi n Alley AND RESTAURANT, -OPENED AT THE OLD California House, (Opposite the Postofilue.) Restaurant will be supplied with sli the delicacies aud substautlaU to be obtained In the markets. Only the finest Imported liquors will be pessed over the bar. Open Day anil Nlifhl, „ . H. LIPSKI k 00., Proprietors. Kur,*.. May 4. IM. F lu, ”, MAGNOLIA SALOON, Mineral Hill, - Nevada, JOHN HOARD, PROPRIETOR, '■PHE CHOICEST BKAND3 OP WINES I j A quors and clgara coaatautly on hand. the^ar?Ue bUt fir"tcl‘u'" K00'1’ PMMd „vcr *°r OH0P I* AND SEE ME."** . JOHN HOARD. Miaaral Hill, 11 arch 13, lgso. uric g MEAT MARKETS. CITY MARKET FRESH, FAT, JUICY, Beef and Mutton Received every day from reno, at this Market. The choicest meats in the land constantly on hand, including Sausage, Veal, Pork, Etc. JOHN TORRE, Proprietor. Eureka, May 19,1880. my» tf CALIFORNIA MARKET. Next Door to Wells, Fargo k Co's Express, Main Street, Eureka. GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors. The Finest Ijualltles of BEEF, ^jBjlWUTTON, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. t'reMli, Fat and Jnley IHealst Of all descriptions, the best in the land, ar d cheaper than the cheapest, At Wholestalc anti Retail. >7" Give us a call. my27 CITY MARKET. ONE DOOR NORTH OF ADLER'S STORE. South Main Street, Eureka, Nev UKORUE BAILEY, Propr. THE CHOICEST y^gP^—| BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, _§_I SAUSAGE, <ilsC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOX8 AT THE City Market. A share of the patronage of old friends and the public generally, is solicited. sep3-tf CAPITAL MARKET. North Main Street, west aide, SHOLDERER & ROBERT!. - Pr’i. Beef, pork, mutton, sausage, eto., of the finest quality constantly on hand. Choice Steaks and Prime Roasts a Specialty, At reasonable rates. Our supply In this regard cannot tie equaled in Eureka. GIVE U8 A CALL. SHOLDERER A ROBERTI. Eureka. November 10, 1870. uovll-tf BIlEWEItlES AND SALOONS. Great Attraction ! STAR BREWERY SCHMIDT S MEHDES, PROP'S. rtiHE STAR BREWERY IS NOW OPEN 1 and the business will bs conducted iu tbs saint* manner as Joe Maudes* Tiger Saloon la kept on Main street, with Cood Liquors, Music, -AMD Attentive Writer Girls. But LAOKB BEER In th. But., Sold at BO Cta. per Gallon, At Wholesale. By strict attention to business, we hope to merit a fair share of the public patronage. JOE MENDE8. CASPER SCHMIDT. Eureka June 9,1879. Je3-tf B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFF REINHART & CO. Dealers in Whola and Ground BARLEY, FI.Ot'K. WHEAT, BRAN AND HIIORTN. Barley Ground to Order. AGENTS FOR THE SHUTLER WAGON AGENTS FOR PLOWK, «OW»:RN, REAPERS, And all kinds of AGR1CDLTDRAL IMPLEMENTS. All Goods delivered to any part ef town free of charge. OKI ICE—North Main Street, neit door to the Iron Hall. Eureka. Nev. Jeltf EUREKA HALL, Ruel Ntreet, liurebtt, Keviuin. Finest Hall in Eastern Nevada. ”700 SEATING CAPACITY 700 The Hall Is Complete In Nfe«»ry nml Ntiige Appointment*, Nultnble for THEATRICALS, BALLS AND PARTIES. Bates now open. Term* reasonable. Address KIRKKA HALL COMPANY. Eureka. March 0. 1880. wrlQttf THE EUREKA SENTINEL a<LIAl flleat Mr. J. H llatejj' Advertising Agency, No. 41 Park Row. (Times building) New York, whq Is antho^wfed to contract for advertising an.i SUlacriptiona tothla paper. CTO A WEEK. #12 a day at home easily 4) 14. made. Costly Outfit fruo. AddpAa T*u« k Co.. Augusta, Maine, _HOTELS. nunmiiL 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. Ore-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, j Eureka, December 1. 1879. d2-tf turner house PETE KNIGHT, PROPRIETOR. THI8 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. THE BAR 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 1. L. HINCKLEY. i. H. LOCKWOOD. THE 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 B A. R Has s 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 SOUTH GATE HOTEL, MOUTH OF PINTO CANYON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR. Travelers will find good acoom modatious at this house. The Hamilton, Ward and Piocbe stages stop for meals at this establishment. GOOD STABLING, HAY AND GRAIN. IT Heals at All llour»- 80 Cents. A share of the public patronage la solicited. South Gate, April 8, 1879. ap4-tf BILLIARD HALL! TOCNINI i CO. PROPRIETORS. FIRST DOOR NORTH OF JOE MENDES'. \\TE DESIRE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC f ▼ that we will be found at home at all hours of the dsy and night, and request a share of their patronage. We keep nothing but the best of LIQUORS AND CICARS Which we sell at 12H cents each. BILLIARDS PER GAME, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Our tables are always clean and In flrst-claaa order. Eureka, Junes, 1880. Jun4-tf ciT'sr PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY South WAin Street. Eureka Net. Photographs Photograohs Having the best arranged Gallery tn the State, and having had a long and uninterrupted prac tic© in the Photographing business, I am able to prodi —THU— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained in this State. All my worl la warranted for permanency, style and line fin* ish. Enlargement* 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 oue year for further ortlers. «1 LOUIS MONACO, Photographer, WILLIAM MILLER, WIG MAKER — AND DEALER IN — HUMAN^ HAIR, Has for sale, switches, braids, Frizzes, Curls, Puffs, French Grim pee Front Pie. es, Wigs, Toupees, and Scalps. All kinds of Wigs made to order aud repaired. Coiubinga or Cut Hair made up In auy style. Old flwltchea repaired aud covered with long hair. Cash paid for Human Hair. * South Main St., out door from tha Turner House. Eureka, June 7. 1880. JuuMf Pockot-Book Lost. I HAVE LOST MY POCKET-BOOK. CON I tslnlng letters, paper* and pictures, be ♦ween Triflin'* ranch and Eureka. The Ruder will confer a favor on me by leaving the same at the Skntxnkl office,or at Joe Meudes’ saloon. DL'TIU GEROME. Eureka, May 28. 1880. my 20 ti ATTORNEYS AT LAW. GEO. W. MEBBILL. A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, Attorney* at law. pbac TICE In all the Courts. Office in Court-house. Eureka, June 1, 1880. je5 tf FREDERICK W. COLE, Attorney at law. eureka, Nevada. Office—Sentinel Building. A. M. EILLHOUSE. Attorney at l«w, eureka, Nevada. Office in the Court House. DAV. E. BAILY, Attorney at law, has be. moved his office from Clark’s building to Whitton's building, north side of Clark street, between Main and Buel streets. d2-tf THOMAS LASFEYRE, Attorney and counselor at Law. Office in Hyland’s Brick Build* lng, Bateman street, opposite the Jacksen House, Eureka, Nevada. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office in the Court House. Eureka, May 20, 1879. my21tf F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. 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-Rickard building, Main street. Eureka. Nevada. PHYSICIANS. DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF flee tu Sentinel building, np ataire, rear suite of rooma. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND SCKOEON. Office, one door north of Hiram Johnson’s, on Main street, Eureka. dc2-tf DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SL'RUEON IS®. 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. DE LA MATYR. Homeopathist.—office and residence in Toguini’s building, next to Bisbop & Sabin’s new brick building, Main street. Office hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. M. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, rooms, in Hyland's Building, up Corner of Buel and Bateman Streets.1 ^'Lr THOMAS J. READ, CITIL ENGINEER A.\ll C. S, DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building, on the oorner of Bateman and Buel streets, up stalra. WALTER 8. LONG. Citil i:nqikf.»:k and l\ a. i>ep uty Mineral Surveyor. Office over Bank Exchange, Main street. Eureka, Nevada. A. D. ROCK, CIVIL ENUINEEH. PREPARED to do Surveying promptly, correctly aud cheaply. Eureka. April M. UMO.»30 tf SOCIETIES. ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER. NO. 5. The stated convocations of bt. John’s Chapter, No. S, K. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday neat suc ceeding the pale of the uioon In each month. All Itoyal Arch Masoua. In good atandlng. are cordially invited to attend. H. JOHNSON, H. P. P. AsrnxBroK, Secretary. BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10. I. O. O. JF„ Holds regular sessions on the First and Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7H o’clock, p. is.. In the Foley. Rickards' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are Invited to attend. S. D. HENRY, C. P.R F. M. Hkitmax, Scribe. mrlOtf MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. U7.I.O. O. F., Meet every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, at 1130 o’clock. All members of the order, in good standing, are in. vlted to attend. R. J. DOAK, N. O. Jab. W. Smith, R. S. EUREKA LODGE NO. IS. F. A A. M. The stated communications of eu. reka Lodge, No. 16, F. A A. M . will be held in Odd Fellewe’ Hall the fourth Monday of each and every month. Members of stator lodges, and sojourning brethren lu good atandlng, are cordially Invit ed to attend. R. SADLER, w. M. W. P. Bteicbxlmah, Secretary. BEATIFIC LODGE. NO. 7. K. OF P., Meets each Friday of every month, at 7:30 o'clock r. M., at its Oaatle Hall, lu theTUcksrd-Foley building. All Brother Knights, In good standing, are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. W. H. DAVENPORT, 0. O. H. W. Facst, K. of R. and 8. AMERICAN LABOR 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. aplT-tf I. O. F.. RUBY COURT NO. 3, Meets on the second and fourth Moudaya of each month, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., in the Odd Fellows' Hall building. All members of the Order in good standing are in vited to atteud. B. 0. LEVY, W. C. R. Ja§. W. Smith, R. 8. Eureka, May 12, 1880. my™ A. O. II. Meets every first and third sat urday of each month, at their hall, corner Clark and Edward* streets, at 7:30 o’clock. TH08. MURPHY, President. Patrick Harmon. Secretary. Eureka, July 18,1«». * Jy20-tf BANKERS._ PAXTON & CO., B^ILTDELIEJIR/S, EUREKA. NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Cal If ornian Bank..San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. A W. Seligman A Co.New York D. O. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysville White A 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 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. •T'Mlnlng Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. • ffle Pi Gouty fiat, (In Woodruff 4 Elinor'S Building) EUREKA. NEVADA. President.E. WoodruR Cashier.Wm. Pnrdj DlBECTOES; r. W. Clnte.E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo 4 Co., San Francises, New York and London. tor Also, Local Agency of the following Fire Insurance Companies: Berlin tologue, of Berlin: La Conflanee. of Paris; La Calfiae CJenerale. of Paris; Ranelieater, of England '■ Wlrard, of Philadel phia; Revere, of Boston; People'a, of New Jersey; and other sterling Companies. Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commis sion. Eureka, May 15,1879. myl6-tf ^— SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Coeet Agenta for the Celebrated "WEBER PIANOS —AND— Estey Organs. Menufecturan of the SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO I For Brass Instruments, SHEET MUSIC, And f«ei?tldag In the Muelc Line, eddreee SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. Pianos and Organs Sold on Easy Terms. ri ri««t Maaic Depot at jforr&k If. Jofleph’i ttohlen Rule Store. Enreha. F.\ ilKKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Nsrada SiHIU AND CAUFORIlA h ltm:ber, Gf all kinds. U.iwo >d. Oregon and Sugar Pius SllalXU TIMBEBN ! Kllll. IUH6 LUMBER! A . • •• piete assortment of Glesr and Dressed Lumber. Flooring, 8iding, Ruatio, and ..t: if <tj !• a of Siding. Moulding. Laths. • ,gU*. Doors, Sash and Blinds, oto., always on hand, j .. rytbing at the liOeest Cash Rrttev. je1 K A €. I*. CO. Pei Street Lmber-Yard! LUMBER—OF ALL KINDS! doohs, windows, shakes, SHINGLES, MOULDING, BTO., ETC. Full Stook Soon to arrive! rpm: und!-rsignfd, having this day 1 purchased the De La Mstyr lumber busi j*nd property, will be phaned to have his friend** and the public generally, of Eureka and vicinity, give him a call when in need of turn* ber of any kind. W. S. McLELLAN. [ Eur.-ku, May 37,1W0. mytttf RESTAURANTS. CORNER CHOP - STAND, In the rear of the old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO& BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. The finest the market affords always served to customers. Fowl, Wild Oant, Fish. Oysters, Etc., Etc., Prepared in the moat tempting style. Heals it all Hour* of the Day or Night. Private Rooms for Dinner Parties. For every delicacy of the season, go to the CORNER CHOP-STAND. Eureka, April 7,1880. a8 tf PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT^ MBS. HIOLET, Proprietress. rllHANKFTTL FOR PAST FA- VT3 X vors, and by strict attention to business, I hope to merit and . receive a share of the public patronage. Board, per Week.$8.00 Single Meals.00 Cents Eureka, Angast 5,1879. au6-tf FISKE’S BAKERY ! —AND— CONFECTIONERY STORE, Main street, • - Eureka. Having secured the services op a first-class CONFECTIONER AND BAKER From San Francisco, I am now prepared to furnish the best of BREAD, PIES AND OAKES. WEDDING OAKES and FANCY PASTRIES to order, at short notice. BREAD and OAKES delivered to any part of the town or Ruby Hill. FRESH GANDIES made daily—wholesale or retail. CHARLES H. FIRKE. Eureka. January 24,1880. Jan25 tf $7.00W $7.00 tar Hm Mini ROBT.WESLPROPRIETOR. T PROPOSE TO GIVE FIRST-CLASS BOARD at the above rates. The table will be sup plied with the BEST the market affords. My pastry cannot be best. Give me a Trial and Satisfy Your self. SINGLE MEALS 50 eta. THREE MEALS FOR MINERAL STATION Eating House! Mat McFall, - Prop’r This establishment has just been repaired and refitted, and is now a flrst claas eating stand. The best the market affords can always be found at this station. THE BAR is stocked with the best LIQUORS and CIGARS that can be bought in Ban Fran cisco. The property has changed hands, and will hereafter be run by the subscriber. MAT McFALL. MlnerU SUtton, Much M. 1880. mr23 tf District Court Summons IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and far Eureka County, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to the Rescue Silver Mining Company, a corporation described in the complaint here inaf ter mentioned. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against you aa defendant, by R. Sadler, as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on you of this Summons (exclusive of the day of ser vice), if served in said county, or twenty daya if aerved out of said county but within this district, and in all other cases forty days; or judgment by default will be taken against you. according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover judg ment against you the said defendant, for the aum of $1,782. on account of goods, wares and merchancl8e by plaintiff sold and delivered to defendant at its special instance and request and on account of work and labor done and performed by one John Madden for defend ant at its special instance and request (said John Madden having assigned hts said acoountto defendant for value, and before the commencement of this action) all of which Will more fully appear on reference to said complaint, a certified copy of which is here with aerved for costs of suit. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint aa above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you for said sum of $1,782 and costs. xSV In testimony whereof, I, E. R. .TADodok, have hereunto set ray hand ( .and affixed the seal of said Court, '■^(P'^this 29th day of March, A. D. 1880. E. R. DODGE, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Eureka County, Nevada. By E. M. Bell, Deputy Clerk. my23 3m Notice to Delinquent Co-owners TO ANDREW SANCHES —YOU WILL take notice that I have done the assess ment work for the years 1878, 1877, 1878 and 1879, required by the Act of Congress entitled : " To Promote the Development of the Mining Resources of the United 8t-tes,” approved May 10th, 1872, upon that certain mining claim situated in the Newark Miniug District, White Pine county, and State of Nevada, and de scribed aa the “ Mariposa ” mining claim, for said years, required by said act, and you are hereby notified that unless you pay your pro portion of aaid expenditure to me, within ninety days from this date, you will forfeit your interest in said mining claim. NAltCISO RAMIRES. Eureka, June 11,1880. 1 a w-90d WATER NOTICE. SO MANY INSTANCES OF PERSONS LET. ting their hydrants run ell night—ths •sms being found running st 4 or 6 o’clock in the morning—have recently occurred, thet I hereby give notice that in tha future in each and every instance I ahall dose the water off iimnediatdy on discovering the hydrauts open and the water runuiug. This Course i“ ten. dered imperatively necesanrv Just st this time. When, while certain improvements are going on in the water works, the water la neceaaarily •caret. OEO. F. iiLISS. Superintendent Water Works. Eureka. June 28. 1880. je29 tf ATKINSON & DEMTnC IMPORTINC TAILORS 1 10& Stnt<- Mrf ‘l. JT* M BOOST £>RD, 1U» SPECIAL NOTICES. ATTENTION. EVERYBODY j Haring purchased the entlrs Interest of W. H. Clark** Mercantile Bn Mine**. I am now prepared to furnish ALL KINDS OF GOODS At Price* a* Low a* the Lowest. By prompt attention to business sccouiroo. dating clerks, good goods, low prices, I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL. Try me, and Be hatlsfled. F. W. CLUTE. Eureka, September 1, 1879. .3 CELEBRATED WEBER PIANO* —AMD— Estey Organs. Sherman, Hyde A Co., San Francisco, Pacific Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the Installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are con sidered the best and most durable. One only buys a Piano in a life time, therefore get the beat, the best is the cheapest, el* ways. Prof. Wm. Plumhoif. Local Agent, Eureka. Notice. If you hare a fine or complicated watch os clock, a mnalc box, an automaton einglng bird, or any other delicate and intricate piece of mechanism needing repairs, go to EDW. WILHELM. Chronometer, watch and clockmaker. Jewelry neatly repaired. All work warranted to give perfect aatiafac. tion or positively no charge. n2 Slngrer Sewing Machine*. W. P. HASKELL haa been appointed agont for the celebrated Singer Sewing Machine# for Eureka county. A large invoice of machines and fixtures has just arrived. These are the only genuine Singer Machines now offered for •ale In this market. Order* May b« 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 may be left. fll-tf. FOUNDRIES. EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is prepared to furnish mills and furnaces with OASXI3STGS Of every description; Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, In connection with the above, a BOILER SHOP, where all description* of Boiler Work and Forging will be under* taken. All work leaving the Foundry Guaranteed and Executed on the Moat Reasonable Terms. Orders solicited from outlying districts end filled with dispatch. H. H. CONKLIN k 00., Eureka Foundry, ?rda, Not. 9. T. Lact. L. 0. Parks. PARKE a LACY, Sole Agents for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rock Dtilllng Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinists’ Tools and Steam Engines, Use, kin'a Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht Engines, Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irrf. gating Pumps, ALWAYS ON UAH It. 41? Market Street. San Franclscf, California A. ROSENHEIM, (Successor to J. H. Michel.) Next door south of btoweli. Drag Store, keeps STATIONERY, CUTLERY, TOBACCv , CIGARS. PLAYING-CARDS. NOTIONS, ETC., For the Wholesale and Retail Trade, CLUB-ROOM IN THE BEAR. —ALSO— Keeps a Retail stand for Cutlery, Clgare, Cig arettes, etc., etc., In JOE MENDES* BUILDING, Main Street, Eureka. Eureka. May 8, 1880. raayO tf CIGAR STORE, •T JACK PE rs CORNER JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Cigars Of oboiee brands, the beat In the market J'obaecue. Clgnratlea, «*«*•! <*ra* Artiflea, Kre. Eureka. September 1. «i-tr Important Aninceint! A NEW BUSINESS ! —AND A— 3ST IE W STAND, The dndkkbioned begs leave to Inform the Eureka public that, having been in the employ of W. p. (Jaakell alnte July, 1878. has now opened a ahop of hi* »wn, and la prepared to manufacture PARLOR SETS. TURKISH CHAIRS. LCUKGES t HATTiJSU To Ordaf on abort Nolle, ALL KIKpl OF I7 3?HOLaT?!|lV | A Specialty, D A.FLPET LA UNO a«4 REPAIRING promptly and aa». U/aetortly attrndrd O'