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EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1. 1875. NO. 1 silKADAILY SENTINEL. MOND/.YK kxcK„,k„, By r A.SSIDY & DENNIS. __ oeo-w-cam,dt tkhms of «Emlntij-fbv'mKil' 2 « STSSh forwarded until wid for FIRE INSURANCE ! THE leading company —OX TJIK— PACIFIC COAST the home mutual nrsUEANCE COMPANY ! j(,4«tC'aUferMia »*., Franclaeo. (ISCORPORATEJ) XN 18«X-) j F HOC8HT0N...President iitu 8. JWWAUU.\ ico President ■ui'lU.tS l(. STOUV.;...Secretary U U. IWKLOW.tjenural Manager ■afeaeadent of (iMiiblnallaiM. Re liable Indemnity. Jloaiornble Ih-allag. i«l rate, graded according to tho burning hazard of the ring assumed. tpHE HISTORY OK THE * aunt: mitial n»tbsTociSc Coast for the pa«t ten years ■ikI V following w.-ll known Directors, are ■ fdaiient guaranty of responsibility ami fur haling. •IRKCTORA. VIRGINIA..-..NEVADA i L Kcpta John Ullllg Nan I rnnelaco. Geo II Howard Hubert Watt John II Kedington <!"o S .lohn-on W M Greenwood t Imrlea u Story GenS.Mann Cyrus Wilson W’fGarratt C W atcrhono A P llutaiing C I. Taylor A block It II Urav Ah Pilarmon W <l Wilson > Hayes J K Houghton John I'orrey L I. liahcr MK Whittier CCHurr V D Moody KM Knot \V 11 n lute -I b.\ aliappard John A I.islicn Onklx>s<l. Chsoneey Trylor AC Henry I obt.» larrclly Jo“oidi Ceeht Joseph UMarlin W 11 Hardy Nnn Jose, T EHsrd Doans 1! D Murphy Jacob i.h h A ITIster J >( art- r Jacks n l.owia J J Denny J 11 Dibble Narrwiueiato. Mark llepkins A Kedington Julius \t cUlar JaaCaiolau D W Earl M»Ckt<>ll. II II Hewlett ebns Holding J D l'ctcra A M Simpson II M Kenning flta*« Valley Marysville Wm W alt it K Knight Portland, Urrgnn. C II Lewis L K Grover 1’ tt'assoruian D Goldsmith D Maeley Ths HOME MUTUAL will do a limited business in E.iroka and vicinity. J. A. IMIUMSKY, „ . Tahoe House, Virginia, General Agent for Nevada. SAMUEL COOPER. Agent, Eureka; office at W ells, Fargo A Co. uyU-lm I. 3. GALBRAITH'S Corner Famiy Grocery STOR E, Corner of Buel and Clark Sts., la Dick Hyland's Fireproof Iiuilding, oppo site Masonic Hall. \TT STOCK, WHICH IS ALL NEW AND T.. C?1n!,,,ln‘!>’ arriving, consists of Coffee, «a, U»ui iluoou, Lard, iionoloss Codlish, \g!!p /'I1,"!1"'..Herring. Kuttor. Choose, ' ! r!!^ Apples, Peaches, Iliad, ber Pii.’.. 1t8,? 1 J",1!1"’ Coaled Peachos, Zant Vto»L*nu*’ V>n,b1,loneys Kaisins. Kigs, Corn, Kuekwhcat and Oatmeal, Syrup, Coal Oil, 1 otatoes. Onions, and a good assort Jin?«Roods, Pickles, Sauces, Sar parchod Coffee, Nuts, Candies loo Humorous to S“"; al1 of which 1 will sell cheap for earn or approved credit. , "‘"'-hJ. n. galhhaith. USGSTROFF & JARR, Merchant Tailors, *««» »oor to Itaternntlonnl Hotel, main street, eureka, Hu'rL JUST Received a gi, enniditm. *7ULtln*ntof ,sl'rin* Hood*, fl pffiKSW'"! Suitiner, 1’antR TJ iSl ' ••‘in**. 4e.. which we are JlC. “P ,n,h° eoI.^T pOLL TAX. A P8ute ** I? NOW DUE THE ‘Dhhbiunt’nlaotK® year JUJ75, by oiu*h male <i.f .i,,vnt ni8!_tb8 W®twenty-one and un tndwtiu * i«*»8caUat tho AaaoMnr'a office ap"i J. C. I’OWELL, —-—_ _County Atxeeeor, t a loJ1or sale, A L2S2J?‘1'Hi0Vg,E AND HOTEL As* ■'fnohad rnnm botH by HO feet, with -it'1'* T»*y tori, °(?~n8W furnit,|re. Will rSThu t*«*. • Um° »n«I examine the prem _an2J.tr «• B. WYMAN. ^ notice. JB kn^^RCRASED THE WELL uMpntan ttroe?i th8corno'' of Main and "»Wi, the ??*■ heretofore owned bv M. ]jj®et hi, iritnvrfrine i®r. W|U blJ pR-»*u«i to “M UvZ'TJ* 10 hU miperior ns**®*n e"nr*- c*u snd I), LOONY, THE TURK EUREKA RACES 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th \ I OF JUNE. FOUR DATS’ RACING. $4,000 in Purses Offered 1 * — ' I Ml E CITIZENS OF ElrRF,KA. NEVADA. J offar the following i’ursea, to bo run for i vor tho WILLOWS COURSE, —COMMENCING— Jane 17th, & Ending June 20th. ’75. FI rat Day, Tlinraday, Jane 17th; Milo ami repeat; free for all horses, $750. Same day. Single !>a*h of half mile; for sec* oiid-cluss horses, Hffond Day, Friday, June 19th, Single Pash of a mile; free for all horses, $"4)0. Same day, simrlo l>afh of half mile; tree lor all horses, $-100. Third Day, Saturday. June 19th, A Three-in-Five Race; frco for all horses, $1,500. Fonrlh Day, Knuday. June 20th. Single l>nsh of a mile for seeond-cla««s horses, £XX). Same day. Single !>n*h of quar ter of mile; free for all horses, $&j0. Entrance Fee, 20 per cent, of each purse. Throe or more horses to enter, and three to start. Entries to eloso June 5th. Races to bo r in according to tho rules of the Sacramento Jockey Club. The Track is the Best in Nevada (lood accommodation* on tho ground* for ntt horses and trainer*. A Hrn«* Rand, consisting of ton piece*, will bo in daily attendance at the ground. I>. H. IMMEL Si CO. (Hanker*.) Treasurer. t|M0l <;i ft,BOTTDiMum|(r. United States HI ail Line BEIWEXN AUSTCT A IffD SURZ1ZA. I^OBR-IIOUBSE COACHES. CARRYING passenger* and Wells, k'argo \ Co.*s Kx - press, connecting at Austin with the stage to the railroad, and making close connection at Kureka with \\ oodruft and Knnor’s lino to Hamilton. Stages leave Kureka every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday (doming, at «• o'clock.^ Stage* leave Austin onAVodnesday, Friday and Monday morning*, at o'clock. iML'I’n -enger* by this line will bo fnrnjsh ed excallont meal* at tno Willotfa Station, where ample time will be given tor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. OtHee at the Parker IIou*e, Kuruka. 4-0IK J. li. ItlMi XLKV. Agent. T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE TO TYBO and BELMONT! i.kavrh kurkka MONDAY AND THURSDAY. RKTUISIRO LKAVKfl TVBO TUESDAY AND SATURDAY. Office in the .ame building with tho Eureka and i’ulisado Line, „ TRIMBLE A SNETZ1NGER. jelft-tf Agent. ELKO AND EUREKA STAGE LINE. W. S. VAN DKEILEN. Proprietor. Through in 14 Horn; Faro, $10; Freight pet lb., 4c. Uavn Eureka etery other tiny at 7 o'clock A. M. Leatm Klko every other day at M# o’clock A. M. For particulars inquire 1n Elko, at tho In ternational Hotel, ol i>. 11. 11A1.L, Agent. T. N. STONE..Agont, Klko. Orricg—Main street. jel7-tf Sealed Proposals WILL UK RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE of tho County (,’lcrk ot Eureka county, Nevada, up to and including MONDAY, the 7th duy of June, lh7i, for furnishing medical aid and attendance fop the indigent sick ol Eureka countv in the Hospital. an<T out of the Hospital, within tho limits of tho town of Eureka: said bids to bo by tho month, for the term of one year, frum June l»th, ls7u, to June loth, le7ii. None but practicing physi cians under tho law passed by the last aos siun of the Legislature of tborituto of Nevada, are Solicited to bid. llids will also bo received at tho same timo and pluco, for the care and board of each Hospital patient, per day, which must also include the keeping of said Hospital, and furnishing tho same with necessary fuel and other convenience* fur the condui t of tho in mates, Tho Hoard of County Commissioners re serves the right to reject eny or all bids. N. II. The bills will be paid in coin every month from the Current Kxponse Fund. F. H. HAKMON, Clerk. Eureka, N'ev„ April '-7,1&75. ap'Jbtd SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16,F.& A. Nl. □ Tho Stated Communication* of Ku reka Lodge, No. 18, F’. A A. AI., will be held in Masonic Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full moon in each month. Called Communications avery Saturday F,vemng. Atom her* of sister lodges, and sojourning b rethren in good standing, are cordially in fi led to attend. . JOHN GILLESPIE, W.M. A. iIkbkmct, Secretary. l.Vjal2 St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch Masons. THE STATED COAIMUNICA flONS ofSL John's Chapter, No. SS/viei ■% R. A. M., will tie held in A1A SONJC HALL, on the Second and Fourth WJ-.HNFIS DAY EVENINGS of ea* o month,' ’ Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch .Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. „ „ . A. BEN EDICT, H. P. Gv:o. p. LowDOBRtf, Secretary. niyll I- o. o. . Eureka lodge, no. 22, ,y meets Every THURSDAY’ 3o EVE.VUNG, %iSSir IN OSD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock r. m. All members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. ED. LOEVVENTUAL, N. G. J80. W. IIK88. Secretary. 10-jy3 Rebekah Charity Degree, I.O.O.F. r|MIE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE X ltebekuh Charity Degree Lodge, I, 0. O. FT, will bo held until further notice on tho first and third FRIDAYS of each month. Hour of Aleuting, 8 o'clock r. w. a'-tf HEX J. C. LEVY. N. G. I. O. C. T. Reclamation Lodge No. 20.1.0. G. T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock, at Masonic 11 all, corner of.Main and Clark streets. Eureka. Nevada. Members of sistor lodges are invited to attend. (i. W. LEE l, \\. C. T. J. STBit'8, Secretary. felb-tf j I.C.OFR.C. STAR OF HOPE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 12, \f EETS EVEKY FRIDAY EVENING. Ivl. in Masonic llall, at 7:‘IU o’clock, i'e* groe meeting* every Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. C. G. liriiRAKI), Eminent Cotnmandir J. Mi G, Scott, W. S. *20 K. of I*. BnTinr i.unuK, »«. 7. «. or 1*., hold regular conventions every MON DAY EVENING, at 7: 0 o’clock, sharp, at it* Castle Hall, in the new Masonic I!all. All sojourning members in good standing are cordial1 y invited to attend. W. II. DAVENPORT, C. C. A. G. SjfKT8f!»OKK, K. of* K. andS. Evrektt. Xev., Jan. 2 • .187* ia2*-tf A. O. 331. rPHEA. 0. H. meet every first and third 1 SATCKDVY EVENING of each month, at 8 o'oclock, at tins corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY, Protidert. .1 krkmiah Sullivan. Secretary. au7 EUREEA GUARDS. « * ft ATTENTION, COMPANY! ft n ii REGULAR MEETING YOU DRILL E\ erjr TUL'ItSDAY EVENING, utTo’clock all ari>. myl-tf .1. (’. COLG AN, Captain. GENERAL NOTICE. f|MlK 1MBLIC IN GENERAL IS IN X formed that the old Broker, II. MAW 1IEIM, Cornoi Main street, old stand, lias re ceived, on commission,direct from Now York and Boston, nearly $10,000 Worth of Valuable Articles con.i.ting of Gold and Silver Watches, Gents’ and Ladies' Gold Chains, New Styles, Sets in Amathyst and Topaz, Made to Order. Itiamondn—an Iin menne Mock, nnd a Npreially. 11. MANHEIM will .ell those pood" at a price to a.toi.i-h everybody, rather than re turn them to tho original uwners. *9"T1IK HIGHEST 1’HICE 1’AID FOR EUREKA COUNTY SCRIP, dKEENHACKS I10UGHT AND SOLD. A laree .tookof GUNS, PISTOLS, and AM MUNITION on hand. nolO NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. f|TAXPAYKUS TA K E NOTICE Til AT, IN X pursuance of acts if the Legislature, you are required to make out a statement under oath or affirmation according to the form fur nished by mo, so tar ns the same is applicable to your caso, and deliver the sa*ti© to mo or at my office, within five days from the day de mand is mado, or the Assessor will estimate the value of your property and assess the same accordingly, and no deduction will be mado by the hoard of Equalization in the as sessment made by the Assessor: and you are further notitied that in caso you have not Heal Estate within the county, of sufficient value to secure the taxes, demand will be mado for immediate payment of the same, and if not paid without delay, it will be my duty to collect the same b> distruiutand sale of property. Assessor's office, Eureka, Nev., April 22 187 *. J. C. POWELL, Assessor, ap2o-tf Eureka county. Nor. IV. DELUAISCO, RU'TKSHOR TO M. P. FREEMAN & CO, —AND— REINHART BROTHERS. %varilii and Commission MERCHANT, DEALER IN FLOUR AND CRAIN. Uttieo: Central Pacific IT a il road Depot, ELKO, NEVADA. 4 NY GOODS SENT TO THIS PLACE /V will be forwarded promptly and with dispatch. . „ Mark “ CADE « (in a diamond) K ko » <UMf HOTELS, ETC. TURNER HOUSE, South Jin in Street, J'.urekn. Nevada. B. J. Turner, Proprietor. Having again assumed Busi ness at my old stand, 1 beg leave to in form the public that 1 am prepared to ac commodate all who may favor me with their patronage, and would assure them that it will agr.in bo brought buck to its former well known standard. Old customers are re spectfully invited to return, and they will re ceive every possible attention. THE ROOMS Are large, well furnished and comfortable. THE TABLES Will, at all times, be supplied with the best the market affordri. THE BAB Will be constantly supplied with tho choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Charges reason able. D. J. TURNER, Prow. Eureka, August 23.1S74. aui'fif MOCH’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eurokn and Ruby Hill, and the public in genoral. that 1 have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will open the samo on Sunday, the '-tilth of February, As a First-Class Bating-honse Hoping to receive a share ef patronage, and assuring mv friends and tho public that I will do all in my power to please. MRS. JNO. A. MOCH. l’ioebo Daily Record copy, fe2fi-lm PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. North Main Street, Eureka. Formerly Cornucopia Restaurant. FRANK SWENSSON, PROPRIETOR. Having fitted up the finest lodging establishments town. 1 am ore paired to furnish rooms in suit or single. Tho house is fitted up all new, the rooms are car peted. the bods are spring, the house U neat and airy. M’C'hargos Reasonable."60 Try the PACIFIC HOL’SE. folM-1 m INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. MAIN STREET, EUREKA D. H. HALL, . . 777. . PROPRIETOR. MTIIF INTERNATIONAL HOTEL i* atill kc| t by l). II. 11ALL in first clans stylo, Fatufying ull patrons; and in Eaatcrn Nevada the accommodation* can* not be excelled. THE VERY BEST BEDS and finely furnished ROOMS, by the night, week or month. ai>8 J. !.. HINCKLKT. J. H. LOCKH'OOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEW Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. spur. ItOOlIN AI E SPACIOUS AND X suppliod with Spring Reds throughout. THE BAK Is furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars that can bo purchased. A lint-class Itcslaurnnl on the First Floor. Tho Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Relmont stages, all stop at this llouso, jH-nlti SILVER BRICK HOTEL, South Main street. Eureka. WM. CILLEN, - - Proprietor. Happy and contented are billy Gillen's boardors. Tbo best looking men como from good liv ing. Board 98 Per Week. The best meals in tho State for 30 cents. jo3 WM. GILLEN. The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. Whitton's Stone Store, Ma Street, Eureka. OSO. P. LUND GREW WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL IIIS old friends at his house at uny time. At the I'lONKJ H they trill find The Tables Supplied with all tho delicacies that can bo obtained, ami tho 1‘iopeei shall bo as well kept as any Restaurant in Eureka. (Jive mo a call and see bow entirely you will be suited. jel7 ANTELOPE RFSTAURANT S. W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor, MAIN STREET, EUREKA, KEY., Two doors above the Silvor Brick Hotel. TIIEABOYE RESTAURANT having been entirely reno vuted and roiittod, tho proprie tor asures the public tlmt ho will spare no pains to merit a share of their ; if ronage. jail-tf W.P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. Yin LI, keep on hand an assort IT numt of Rosewood Caskets of Every Style, Coffin Trimmings, Etc. Bur Funerals attended to with promptness and all tho urrangaincnts made with earo and attention. Tliruo doors north of Paxton St Co’s Dank, Vain etroot,Euroku. inhlS PROFESSIONAL. A. M. HILI.HOUSK. W. H. DAVENPORT HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorneys* at law’, office in Dick Hyland's Brick Building, Bate man street. Eureka, Nevada. jell-tf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND V. S. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Bateman streets, up stairs. myl4 THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. ja2rt-if THOS. LASPEYRE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC)and Commission er of Deeds ftsr Cal I Torsi la. OFFICE IN THE COURT-HOUSE Building. Eureka, Nevada. Will practice in all the courts of theSUte, myjn-ti SELDEN HETZEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Clark’s Stone Building, CORN EH OF MAIN AND CLAUK STS., Eureka, Nevada. no5 C. G. HUBBARD. C. J. LANSING. LANSING A HUBBARD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. PRACTICE in all Courts in this Stato and California. C. G. Hubbard - - - Notary Public. Office in Hyland’s Hrick Building, Bateman street. Eureka, Nev. aug!2 DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND KI'KGEON. OF X five: on Second floor in Clark’s Stone Building, corner Main and Clark streets, Eu reka. jel2-tf 0. W. BAKER, Attorney at law and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office on MaiD street, above the Turner House. jal4 DR. PAUL M. BRENAN, Physician, Surgeon A Lecturer, OFFICE 127 MONTGOMERY MT, SAN FRANCISCO. OFFICE HOURS FROM NINE A. M. TO 12 u.; 2 to 5 r m. ; # to b p. m my2ti C. HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DEXTINT. Rooms: Five doors 4 south of the Skhtinki. office, /MCSSk Duel street, Eureka. fd ^Lt I ri_r BUSIN 1CSS CARDS. DAVID LUNDBOM AMAYBB. Olios: Main street, opposite th« Pio neer KeMtaurant. WAccurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MER vory low rates will be charged in the future, though feus will still bo kept as reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Eurek a, August 22. 1873, au2d-tf HARLAN A PHILLIPS, ANNAYEUN. OFFICE, MAIN STREET, opposite Pritchard’s Fast F'reight De pot, Eureka. Nov. ap20-tf R. L. CHASE, C'lOI'XTY RECORDER AND AUDI j tor, of Eureka county, Nevada. Having in my offico the transcribed Rec ords from Lander county, 1 am prepared to search records and make abstracts of Mining Property and Real Estate. Conveyancing in all its branches. Acknowledgments taken. Office in tbo Court-house, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. jaH-tf THOMAS J. TENNANT, VOTARY 1'IBI.Ii'. CONVEY ANC i.Y ing in all its branches. Acknowledge* menu. Protosting Commercial Paper, and Taking Depositions, promptly attended to. Ottico with It. L. Chase, County itecordcr. in the Court-house Building, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. jab-tf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in the Court-house. job-tf Jamks L. Kino, I I EpwardChattiw, Notary Public, f IComi’s’ner for Nev. KING ife CIIATTIN, (Successors to E. 1. TUIBAULT, deceased,) NOTAHIES PUBLIC, COMMlSSIONEKS of DEEDS for all (he Stales and Territo ries, CONVEYANCEItS, LEAL ESTATE and GEN EHAL AGENTS. &«r Particular attention given to the taking of Depositions. Office: 112 California stroet, San Francisco, California. dlH-tim r. hT HARMON, COUNTY CLEliK, AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth .) udicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, In all its branches, correctly oxocuted. Ac knowledgments, Affidavits, etc., taken in any partot the town. Offico: Front corner room at the Court house. dtt-3m JOBKPH WKI.L8. L. C. ANDKKBOB EUREKA FOUNDRY. WELLS & ANDERSON, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Eureka Foundry, are now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, ate. with Casting* of All Descriptions i also. Machine Work. IfW Orders from Austin, Iielmont, Hamil ton, and Mineral llill solicited and tilled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address, od to WELLS A ANDERSON. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Net Will receive promut attention. For Rent. r rent on fuvurabio terms. The house is doing a good business, and . rare opportunity is afforded a responsible par ty desirous of going into the business. For particulars, apply to Suotsingor A Henderson in Eureka, or to the undersigned on Ruby Hill. BRIDGET KAVANAl'GH. myld-tf MISCELLANEO US. NEW FURNITURE STORE! Id the Odd Fellows Building, by Charles W. Schwamb. The largest and best selected stock of furniture ever brought to Ne vada. Having procured all my goods dlreet from the manufactory, I can sell at San Franciico Price*! HANDSOME PARLOR SUITS -AND WAX.NUT CHAMBER SUITS, Spring and Hair Mattresses,Feather Pillows and Bolsters. Bed Linen; Brussels and Ingrain Carpets; Shades, Pictures and Mirrors; • Stair Carpets; Vases and Ornaments, Toilet Sets; Dining-room and Kitchen Furni ture Complete, etc. Comprising in ail, a desirable line of good* specially adapted for the Holiday season, to *■ be sold without reserve, and to which 1 call the attention of the trade. Agent, for Nevada, of Fishhook's Patent Bed-Spring Lounge The Latest Novelty. "Wall Paper Of ail Kinds: Decorations, Center Pieces, Mouldings; Picture Fiames, in New Designs, With Metal Lining; Class, Paints, Oils,Yarnls».ss, Brushes, etc. Damask Lace Curtains, Window Shades and Fixtures, Draperies in Lace, Heps, Terrace and Silk. FANCY GOOliirAND T0Y8! Comprising Vases, Castors, Fancy Baskets, Bohemian Glassware, Dolls, Magic Lanters, Tool Boxes, Carousals, Tin Kitchens, Surprise Boxes, Horsemen, Willow Coaches, Fancy Boxes, Sail Boats, Hobby Horses, Perfumery, Cradles, Sleds, etc. ditf CIIAS. W. SCUWAMB. EUREKA AND PALISADE Hall road! OPEN TO STAGES < FOK ALPHA LEAVE HAMILTON EV ery day at 7 o'clock, a. a. Leave Eureka at 4 o'clock f. M„ connecting with the Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD! Passengers remaining over night at ALPHA, and arriving at PALISADE in time to connect with the daily pas songer trains of the CENTRAL FACZrZO 1 here is a Commodious Hotel AT ALPHA, Where Paasesiirers will Receive First-class Accommodations. GEO. COWLES. Agent. fe3tf Nevada Market, JOHN WILFORD • - PROPRIETOR South Mala Street, Eureka, Rev., Adioining the Nevada Stables, WHOLESALE & RETAIL Duicher, dealer in all amus -OF Fresh Heats, Beef, Mutton, Vcwl, Lamb and Pork. Whole, Half or Quarter, at Lowest Ratal. SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT Always on hand. Orders carefully attended to. fl«-tf The choice of MO rood W ork Cssttlo for aale. JUST ARRIVED At J. Straus’ JEWELRY EMPORIUM! rpHE NEWEST GOLD WATCHES, the BEST GOLD JEWELRY, tho BEST STYLES ami tho BEST QUALlTI In Wells, Fargo A Co'a Exprea* Building, Eureka. mhT-tf-li' J. STRAYS, J«wale>,