WillEKA I'AILY SENTINEL
SILVER RRIIK HOTEL.
SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
M. J. GERATY, PROPRIETRESS.
IIAV1NG RECENTLY RE
jfttW i' paired an 1 generally renovated
estabkshment, I am now
prcpureu to accomtm dato patrons in tho best
manner, and ask a share ef tho public patron*
la t, all times supplied with tho host that tho
Is supplied only with the beat of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIQARS.
Only attontivo barkeepers and waiters are
employed at this establishment.
BOARD, 87 00 per week. Meals,50 Cents.
Liquor* and Cigars, 12)4 Cents.
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to tho
Eureka, May 2. 1878. m3tf
THE EUREKA HOTEL.
W. S. EVANS, Proprietor.
rplIE REST ACCOMMODATIONS OF ANT
JL establishment on tho Overland lino.
Tho appointments are complete in every
particular. The tables are supplied with
vegetables fresh from the gardens of Cali
Large and Airy Rooms.
No Liquors Sold in tho boU'O. Accommo
dations for E. & P. Railroad passengers,
either East or West.
m3tf W. S. EVANS.
THE J 1( KSI)\ HOTEL
IS NOW OPEN
15 THE ONLY FIRE PROOF HOTEL IN EAST
Main Street, Eureka.
rpHE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED,
X elegantly furnished and spacious.
Single or in Suits,
das in all the Rooms.
Connected with the Hotel is the
Finest Bar-room in the State.
A. JACKSON, Proprietor.
Formerly of the Jackson House,i n Hamil
ton, White Pine county.
Eureka, Dec. 24, 1K77. d28
V^LLtAM GILLK5, Jamks McMaktih.
THE PARKER HOUSE.
Main street, Eureka, Nev.,
CHllen dL McMartin,
THE APPOINTMENTS OF THIS HOTEL
are firsUclass, the rooms having been
enlarged and elegantly furnished.
Single or in Suits.
Hu a fine reputation, and will be kept up to
that standard. Nothing but the best will be
Attached to the premises is a first-class
The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and
Belmont Stages, all stop at this House.
Eureka, January 29, 1878. j39-tf
the Stiver Briek Lodging House.
Four Boon Below the International,
rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLET1
X in every part, will be opened Decem
iioara per weea, : : : i : ; : *<•
Single meals, B® «*»•
Will be stocked at all times with the choioeet
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
To be found on the coast.
Depot for Lyon A Co’s Celebrated Brewery,
Families supplied at their residences with
A share of the public patronage is solicited.
P. S. QUAID, Proprietor.
Eureka Doe. 1,1877. d2-tf
SOUTH HAIM STREET.EUREKA.
rpHI8 OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS
A just been newly refitted throughout, and
has a large number of
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Hr, Turner makes a specialty of the
RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM,
Where, under his personal supervision, all
the delicacies of the season will be serred in
tbe most approved manner.
BAR AND BILUARD ROOM !
With a fine assortment ot Liquors and Cigars.
The Postoffice and the offiee of Wells,
Eargo A Co. are directly opposite, and car
riages run to and from the depot to meet all
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor.
Eureka. July 18, 1877. jylUtf
TO THE PUBLIC AT URGE.
Owing to bad health, I have
finally determined to close my
business in this place.
I will sell from this date my
entire stock, consisting of the
best quality of Goods, at cost
prices, ONLY FOR CASH.
I invite the public to call on
me and convince themselves of
I also request debtors to call
and settle their accounts, and
thereby avoid cost and trouble.
Eureka, Nov.. March 18,1878. mhlOtf
PAXTON & CO.,
BAN Ii ERS.
Draw at sight, in sums to sun
Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco
J. A W. Seligman A Co.New York
D. 0. Mills A Go.Sacramento
Decker A Jewett. Marysville
White A MeCornick.Salt Lake City
Diaoount Commercial paper. Make Collec
tions, Reeeivo Deposits in Coin or Currency
on open account. Certificate, or Special De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
WHITE FINE COUNTY BANK
(Formerly of Hamilton)
President t : t : ■ t E. Woodruff.
Cafthier. 1:11: t Win. Partly.
F. W. Clutk, E. Woodruff.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo A Co., San
Francisco, New York and London.
Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
mission. • jy3tf
B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFF.
REINHART & CO.,
•yiyHOLE AND GROUND BARLEY,
Flour, Wheat, Bran and Shorta,
BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER.
AGENTS FOR THE
Plows, Mowers, Reapers,
And all kinns of
Also Agents for the Celebrated
St. Louis Budwtssr Beer.
All goods delivered to any part of towr
free of charge.
OFFICE—North Main etreet, next door t<
the Iron Hall, Eureka, Nev. mh'.tf
R E S E R Y E 13
Eureka, Jan. 7, 1878. ja8-tf
RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
(Adjoining the Cosmopolitan Hotel).
SOUTH MAIN STREET, : : EUREKA
Good board by tiie day, m_
WEEK OR MONTH.
THE BEST QUALITIES OF
Wines, Liquors un«l Cigars,
Can always bo found at the BAR.
R. McCUARLES, Proprietor
Eureka. Not. 7,1877. n8-tf
THE CORNER CHOP-STAND!
QPZV DAY AND N1UHT.
WM. H. WALKER.
March 1,1*77. mUtf I
At Eureka, for Two Days Only !
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 13U AND 14ft, 1818,
Two Performances Daily. Doors Open at 1 and 7 o’clock P. M. Admis
sion to the Entire Eight Center-Pole Tent3 as Usual.
0\L1 FIRST-CLASS SHOW EVER I\ AEYADA !
EVERYTHING NEW. BEAUTIFUL AND GRAND. THE WORLD’S
COMING WITH MY
FORMING THE LARGEST COMBINATION IN AMERICA, AND THE ONLY SHOW
THAT WILL VISIT NEVADA IN 1878.
A Truthful Representation of the
INDIA ELEPHANT PYRAMID !
Ail ERFORMED BY THE ONLY GROUP OF FIVE PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
OWNED BY ANY MAN IN THE WORLD.
Trained and Performed by ADSIR FOAEPAUOIZ, Jr.
AN EXTRAORDINARY COLLECTION
OF RARE AND CURIOUS WILD
Only 820.000 Male
Ever exhibited in America. Tho BEIIE- !
MOTH of Holy Writ.
“Behold, he drinketh up a river and bast
eth not; ho trusteth tint he can draw up
Jordan in his mouth.Job, xi., ‘J3.
Arctic Ocean Sei Lions, Polar Bears,
Gorilla, and in all
1,500 Rare Wild Animals!
Trained Tigers, Performing Lions, Hyena",
A six-ton Rhinoceros, 10 Performing Lions.
Rare collection of the AfricanAnteloriei'am
ily. More Wild Beasts than
Any Three of Use l.nrgest Menajter
Congress of Arenic Stars!
SiX FAMOUS CLOWNS!
AN ELEGANT AND REFINED
Fir t Appearance of YOUNG MELVILLE,
the Apollo Horseman of America, to
gether with h >sts of other
Will make their fir-<t apnonrance in this city.
Every Act and Feature Fir t*class.
Four times larger and better than tho largest
ever organized, it is u
Grand Canvas Opera House,
Holding 9,000 spectators, furnished with ele
gant and luxurious drawing-room chairs.
MOST ELABORATE MUSEUM
Of living wonders, mechanical triumph-*, and
rare and curious objects. Look at ibo mas
sive proper i«*ns of thia great show on tho
morning of Exhibition Day.
Trained Animal Exhibition.
AVIARY AND AQUAF-UM.
An avalanche of attractions that cannot be
equaled uy all the tented • xhibitions
in America combined.
THE CROWNING TRIUMPH ! GRAND FREE EXH.BITiO.i !
The Mardi Gras Triumphal Street Pageant!
A Scene of Poetry, Beauty and Gayety! The Grandest Sight Ever Beheld!
At!* o’clock a. m. on each day of Exhibition, theGrnnd ERUKS-HIPPU-ZOOLO-M AUDI
GRAS CARNIVAL TRIUMPHAL STREET l’AGEAN I or FOKEPARGII’S GREAT
SHOW will take place, when will bo seen the Grandest Di-play ot ORIEX l A L Si* REN DuR
ever witnessed on tho American Continent, Over ,,ne Million live hundred Thousand
Dollars expended in tho entire outfit. Mr. Forepaugh having hail years ot experience in
catering to tho tustos of lovers of Amusement arid Artistic Mechanism, has, for this seas n,
at an enormous outlay in Chariots, Wardrobe, Paraphernalia, Costumes, Armor, etc., with
the sole view ot eclipsing any and all heretofore attempts as to splendor, beauty and
novelty, will introduce entirely now arid delightful features.
$60,000 Worth of Colossal Chariots,
Massive in proportion, artistic in design, richly decorated with curved Zoological, Mytholog
ical and Equestrian Figures of life size—Historic, Representative and Emblematical.
The i'arulvnl of Venice millions'. A Klnze of Krnrlet. Emerald, and belli.
Words 100 Mile* of Travel to See If.
In addition to the above Wonderful Works of Art, will appear daily in the public street
flirty Golden Statuary Palace Den-. Marble Statuary Cages, Roman War Chariots, Tableau
Cars, Birds of the Air; Denizens of the J ungl*. as in the "Fables of Old,” in Colossal Pro
port ons; Carnival of Grotesque Characters—Old King Cole and his Three Jolly Fiddlers,
etc., together with tho entire Combination r t l-Paw’s World’s Great Show. 1 he t ostumos
used we>e made by Junm-t, of Paris, and are not ODly of dazzling brilliancy but boar a
strictly historical character.
A GIGANTIC COMBINATION ! ALL UNDER EIGHT CENTER-POLE TENTS !
4-Paw’s World Great Show Never Divides!
REPRESENTING A CASH CAPITAL OF TWO MILLION DOLLARS !
ADAM rOHEPAUGH, Proprietor.
JOHN A. au«l AUDIE FOREFAUWH, Haoagers. myl td
PA TENT A rPLICA TIONS. |
application for a patent
IX) THE SURPLUS MILL SITE.—No. 428. j
United Staton Land Office, Eureka, Ne
vada, April 21*, 1878. Notice is hereby given,
that the K K Consolidated Mining lomt any,
whose Postoffice address is Fan Francisco,
California, hai this day tiled its application
for a patent for five acres of ground, for the
Surplus Mill-Site, situate, lying and being in
Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka,
and State of Nevada, and known and desig
nated by the field n> t<*s and official plat on
tile in this office as lot Number 111. '1 ho ox
tenor boundari s ot said Lot No. 141 being |
a-follows to wit: Variation 16‘* deg, « ast.
Commencing at a post n arked No. 1, U. S.
Survey No. Ill, the same beii g post No. 5 o'*
U. S. Survey No. 85 Surplus lode; whence
Kuhy Hill No. I bear** N*., 83 deg. 41 min. W.,
|,5ffi feet; the flagstaff in the town of Eureka
b urs N., 57 deg. 10 min. K., 8,080 feet; and
the Lawton shaft of the Eureka Con. Mining
Company bears S., 71 deg. 3 min. \V\, 557 feet;
thence, running 1-tc »urse N., *38 dog. \V.,2I*0
tt, to post No. I of said U.S. Survey N o. 85, 203
fe *t, poston the southern boundary of Sur
vey No. 57 Callow ay lode, marked No. 2, U.
S. survey No. 141; thence‘.d course N., 70
deg, E.,410 1-10 feet, to iron pin in road at S.
E. corner of said survey No. 57; thence, 3d
course N , 20 d g. W., 200 feet to post
marked No. 4. U. S. Survey No. 111, th« same
being post No. 1 of said Survey No. 57;
thence, 4th course, N„ 20 deg. 47 min. E.,
530 1-10 Ret, to post on the western boundary
of Survey No. 1'7, Carson mill site, marked
No. 5 U. S, Survey No. 141; thence, 5th
course, S. 22 deg. E., 5: 0 foet, to post marked
No. 8 U. S. Survey No. 141, th « same being
post No. 2 of said Survey No. 1 >7; an»4 thence,
ti li course, S. 54 deg. \V., 750 feet, to post
No. 1, the place ot b> ginning, containing live
aFres. 1 Lie location of this mine is duly re
corded in the Recorder’s office of Eureka
Mining District, on page l iO. in Rook F, of
the Mining Records of said District. Any
und all persons claiming adversely any por
tion of said Surplus Mill Site or said ground
as hereinbefore described, are required to
tile their adverse claim with the Register of
the United States Land office at Mureka, in
the Stute of Nevada, during the sixty davs
period of publication here®*, or th®y will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
Hi O- ud D. B. 1MMEL. Register.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
riui THE I’OKIEH MILL SITE.- No. U\
1 U. S. Land Ollie*, Eureka, Nov., April 2ft,
1878.—Notice is hereby given that the K K
Consolidated Mining Company, whoso post
office address is San Francisco. California,
has this da# tiled its application for u l atent
lor five a< ros ot surface ground, situate, ly
ing Hid being in Eurrka Mining District,
county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and
known and designated by the field notes and
official plat on tile in this office as Lot Num
ber 13*. 1 he exterior boundaries of said lot
No. 138 being as follows, to wit: Variation
18 dec. east. Commencing at a post on the
northwestern boundary of U. .8. Survey No.
*•;, Foner lode, the same being p at No 1 of
C. S. Sur ey No. 1-7, Carson mill-sit :
whence Hubv 11 il No. 1 bears > 7k d g. 39
min. YV., 2,498 lent; the Lawton shelf ot the
Eureka Consolidated Mining Company hear*
S.,5.1 d g. min. YV.. lb I feet; aid th
flagstaff in the town of Eureka boars N.67
dig. 38 n in E, 7,881 feet: thence, running
1st course V, 22 deg. YV., «M)0 feet, to p • t
in irked No. 2 F S. Purvey No. 133, tin* sam •
b. n g po-t No. 4 of said F. S. Survey No. 1 *7;
then *et 2d cour-e N , 51 deg. E., 374 feet, to
post mark d No. 3 l . S. Survey No. 138:
hone % third course S. 22 deg. K.^nOO feet, to
postmark'd No. 4 l . S Surrey No 138; cm
thenc 4:h course, S., I deg. Y\’., 325 feet, to
post No 2 of said U. S. Survey No. 8b Forier
Lode, 374 feet, to po-t No. 1. the place of b *
v nning, c • -taming five iiure-. The location
of this mi!!- -ito is duly r corded in th • Ko
cord«*i,a office nt Eureka Mining District, on
page 1 bo. m book F, of th** Mining lti-cords of
-li d Di tri' t. Any and ail persons claiming
adversely any portion of said Forter Mili
,-ito, or said ground as hereinbefore de
scribed, are required to tie their adverse
claim with the Register of the l nited State*
ban i Office at Kuraka, in the State of Neva
da, during the sixty day* period of publica
tion hereof, or th* v will be barred by virtue
. f the orovidonx of the statute.
i •. ;;. i MM i I;sgifter.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT
-I'D THE BROWN MILL-S1TI . Ne. UM.
I F. >. Larm Off! •*, Eur ka, Nevad <, Anri!
2*, 1878.—Notice is hereby given that the
KK < nsolidated Mining Company, whoso
postoffice address is San f ranci*co, California,
ha- this'lay fil' d it1* application for a pat nt
for tiv- acres of ground, for tho lirown Mill
si to, situate, lying und being in Eureka
Mining District, county of Eureka, nnd State
of Nevada, and known and designated by the
field not*** and official plat on file in this of
fice ns Lot Number 1 <9. I he exterior bound
aries of *oid Lot No. 130 being us follows,
to wit: Vaiiati 'D lb deg. cast. f'.nuucnc
ihg ut a post marked No. 1, 1. S. Survey No.
139. This po-t tends on tho n »rthvr©st«*rn
boundary ot L.S.Survey No. 138, Forter mill
s te; whence Ruby Hill No, 1 bears S. 83deg.
33 min, YV., 2,7b9 t et; tho Lawton 'haft "f iho
Eureka Consolidated Mining Compaov hour'*
S. 42 d g. 48 min. YV„ 2,1*8 feet; the flagst.tfl
in the town oi Eureka boar* N. 82 deg. 19
min. F... 7,4 >7 f.et, und post No. 1 o' l . S.
Survey No. 87, lirown lode, boar* S. 31 df-g.
41 min. YV. 2,9b > fed; thence, running 1st
course S. 54 d- g. YV., ;;ii feet, to post No. 2 of
sui J Survey No. 138, Porter mill->ite,and post
No. 4 of Survey No. i.»7, Carson mill- ite, 514
ted, t i M marked No 2 l . S. -un y No.
lb; thenc . 2j cours , N. 18 deg. YV., 431 feet,
to po t marked No. 3lT. S. Survey No. 19;
thence, 3d course, N. o deg, K.. 423 feet, to
pust marked No. 4 U. S. Survey No. 13-R and
thence, 4th course, S. 35 deg. 27 min. K..
■ >•*l U-10 !ect, to post No. 1, the place of be
ginning, coutainn g five a< re*. 'I he location
of thin mill-.Mtd is duly n corde * in the 1 • cord
dor’s oWic j ot Eureka Mining District, on page
210, in book F, of ibo Mining Kecords of said
district. Any and ull person* claiming ad
versely any portion of said Dr-wn Mill-site
ground a* hereinbofore described, are re
quired to file their adverse claim with the
Register of the United States Land Office,
Mt Eureka, in the Mute of Nevada, during
the sixty days period of publication hereof,
or they will bo barred by virtue of the pro
visions of the statute,
ai>"0-<iOd_IK IL IMMEL. Register.
ArriauAnua run a rAimn
'|'0 THE CARSON MILL SITE.-No. 421.
1 l nited States Land Office, Eureka
Nevada, April 2:», 1878,— Notice is hereby
given that the K K Consolidated Mining Com
pany, whoso postoffice address is San !• ran
cisco, California, has this day tiled its a ppir*
cation for a patent for five acres for a mill
site, situuta, lying and being in the Eureka
Mining District, County of Eureka and State
of .' evade, und known and designated by the
field notes und official plat on file in this office
as Lot No. 187. The exterior boundaries of
said LoJ. No. 187 being as fo'lews, to-wit:
Variation 18Vv d*'g. ea-1 Commencing at a
post marked No. 1, C S. Survey No. 187; this
post stands on the northwestern boundary of
U. S. Survey No. Hii, Porter lodo; whence
post No. 2, of U. S. Survey No. (48, Carson
lode, hears S., 54 deg. W., 1,451 feet; Buby
Hill No. 1 bears S.. 78 deg. 89 min. W.,2,11)8
foot; the Lawton shaft of the EurokaCou
I soliduted Mining Company bears S., 50 dog.
.8 min. VV., 1,(4 4 feet; and the flagstaff In the
town of Eureka bears ^.,57 deg. 88 min. E.,
7,8»I feet; (hence running 1st course 8.. '*4
deg. W., 874 feet; along the northwo-tern
boundary of said survey No. 8 i, to post
marked No. 2, L. S. Survey No. 1.7; thenco
2d course N., 22 deg. VV., (508 feet, to
post marked No. 8, U. 8. Survey No 17;
thence 8d course N.,54 deg. E., 874 feet, to
post marked No. 4, U. S. Survey No. 187; amt
thence 4th course S.,22 deg. E.,wd teot, to
post No, 1, the place of beginning* containing
five acres. The location of this mine is duly
recorded in the Recorder’s Office of rurcka
Mining District, on page BjO. in Book r,
of the Mining Records of Eureka District.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
poition of said Carson mill site, or said
ground as hereinbefore described, are re
quired to file their adverse claim with the
Begister of the l nited States Land Office at
Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the
(10days’period of publication hereof, or (hey
will be barred by virtue of tha provisions of
the statute. D. B. I MM EL, Register.
H p: .(t-bod_
U. S. PATENT AGENT.
A . D . ROCK
Will take Patent Cases and prosecute them to
success, at a total cost of $80.
Eureka, April 17. 1878. apl8-lm
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT
T. nil 1 Tw» »>•»'« 4
by the field notes and official plat ^on^liu;?
this office as Lot Number 140. The extor.,“
bcundnrie? of said lot No. 110 being as lollowV
to wit: Variation BP/., deg. east. Commenr
ing at a post marked No. 1, l). 8. survey vT •
140. whence post No. 1, U. S. Survey No, ul
Magnet lode, boars N. 50 deg. 81 min R to
foet; JDjby Hill No. 1_ bears_N., 9 deg. 18 min
Survey No. 140; thenc*
8d courre N., 30 k doa. W., 1,000 feet, to j,0|r
marked No. 1, U. S. survey No. 110; anj
thence, 4th course N.,59^4 dog. E., 200 foet to
post No. 1, the place of beginning, containing
«» and H9-100 acres. rl his claim is bounded on
the north by tho Magnet mine, and on the
eaM by the Pioneer mine. The location of
this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's
office of Eureka Mining District, on page 129
in Hook E, of the Minn g Records of said Dial
trict. Any and ail persons claiming adversely
an y portion of said El Dorado mine or igjl
mining ground, as herein before described
are required to file their adverse claim with
the Register of the l nited Staton Land Offiet
at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, duric#
the sixty days period of publication hereof
or they will be barred by virtue of the pT<*
visions of the statute.
ap«)0-b0(l 1). B. IMMKL. Register.
Application for a Patent
I . 8. Land Office,
Erins. Nevada, A» ril it. ]$7S
V0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Thomas W ethered. whose PostofFico ad
dress is Eureka, Nev., has this day filed his
application for a patent for one thousand
linear te t of the Commit mine, with surface
ground two hundred feet in width. «itaate
lying arm being in the EurcHu .wining dis^
trict. county ol Eureka and State of Nevada,
and kn *wn UDd designated by the fieRi notes
and official plut on file in this ofl.ee as lot
The boundaries of said lot No. 136 areas
Variation Id deg. 31 uiin. east.
Commencing at a post marked II. 8. Sur
vey No. l-d. Commit mine, situated on 'ho
west side ol Prospect mountain, wher.c* the
summit of Ruby 11 ill No. 1 bears N.ll deg. d
nun. E. 6,610 feet: post No. 1, L. 8. Survey
No. 79, on the Colorado lode, hears s. 2H4
deg. E., 2,l9d feet, an 1 the working shaft on
this lode b ars N. 77'i deg. E., 74 4-10 foot;
thence, runnir g first course 8. deg. E.»
1,(100 feet, to po<t nu rked No. 2, l.\ S. Survey
N . Ltd; thence, 2d course, N. 61k deg. E.,
in) feet, to 1 o.-t marked No. 8, L. 8. Survev
N• ■. l td; thence, >d course, N. d»g. W.
1.000 fe**t to post marked No. 4, II. 8. Survey
No. I'd; thence, 4th course, S. »>l‘/4 deg. W..
200 fe« t, t<* the 1 lace of beginning, contain
ing 4 ">9-100 acres.
‘I his claim is boarded hv re known mines,
the nearest being the LI Dorado and Colo
The location of this mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder's office of Kureka Mining
District, page 319, Book D, of the Mining
Any and all persons claiming adversely
anv portion of said Commit mine, or said
mining ground, as h'-reinbefore described,
are required to file their adverse claim with
the Register ot the l mt<*d "tates Land Office
at Eureka, in the State ot Nevada, during
the sixty days period of publication hereof,
r thc\ will bt* barred by virtuo of the provie
-ion* of 1 ho statute.
HplT-*>0d D. B. IMMEL, Register.
, ■ ini .. ■■ ■ ■.■■■■ .
J. B. I*ANGSTB.OFF,
)1 ERUIA.\t3L TAILOR,
Next Poor to the International Hotel,
Keeps constantly on hanp an
extensive assortment of
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Of tho newest pntterns, and manufacture*.
Clothing at prices that will enable all to wear
The Rest of Custom-made Clothing.
He will be pleaded to see bis old friends
urn] customer*, anti tit thorn out in a suit of
th" newest style for spring wear.
Eureka, April#* 1878. iip4tf
NEW MILLINERY STORE!
N«xt duor to tho Episcopal Church.
MISS AMELIA GOODMAN.
Late from the East,
H As Ut’lvN ru A milojK'
kary, I>ro*#makirn?, Kurni^hicK
jfand l'awy Coud* JMorH, and i*
i>rri»ur<«d to Cut i'uttenn*, Fre#*
liats, htami ana non. b«; «i ii«"on •
splendid assortment ot LAl>lh8r BONNElb.
now stylo of Mottoes for Worsted W ork, and
Art Designs, and will givo instructions free
Two Apprentices wanted.
Euroka, April 23, 1^78. ap-*
HAMILTON and PIOCHE
Ulliner A nalUbarjr. l*ro|srlet»r».
C10NN KPTlNO WITH THE EUREKA
) anil Palisade Railroad.
Loavea Eureka for Hamilton every morning
at 7 o’clock.
Leaves Hamilton fur Pioche every alternate
day, Sundays included.
Leaves Hamilton lor Eureka every day.
Leaves Pioche tor Hamilton end Kur*K»
very alternate day, at h *. x„ Sundays w
'parrying U. S. Mail and Wolls, Fargo A Co’s
Fine American horses and new Coacrd
OOicv at Wells. Fargo A Co’*. mrl5-tf
Barber Shop & Bath House,
First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant.
North Mai- street,.Eureka.
’i’llE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING R&
I cently openeu the above establishment
offers his professional services e all wn
d«ai-e a first-class physiognomi cl tlAim
CUT, or an ecstatic SHAVE. ._j
•W Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing
V''0nt8' Connected with the estate
lishment are several neatanc
—elegant Rath Rooms, wher
_SATHSJihe most desirable Hot ei
Cold Baths oan be bad at all times.
BATHS, 50 CENTS.
A share of public patronage is solicted.
JAMES M. M. MOODY. Prop’f
T. J. MAUPIN,
NOTARY PUBLIC.—OFFICE, MAIS
street, next door to J. Straus J»w
^EuVaka, April 7,1877.
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