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EUREKA DAILY
VOL. XV. EUREKA, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1878. NO. 120*
THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
#UBLI«aEl> KVE»Y MORNING (EXCEPT MOW
DAY), DT
CASSIDY A SKILLMAN,
A. EEILLMAK. oto- W' C*MU>T
(Office—No. S South Buel Street.)
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy, one year, by mail.....tl" “>
One copy. «1« muuth«, by mall.... ® V]'
One cepy, three months, by mall..-.. u w
No papera forwarded until paid far.
AGENTS:
MRS. M. JACKSON.Ward
if. t. GOODMAN.Ptoche
3. W, LAMBERT.Bu>>y Hill
VlLL N. RABBITTH.Palisade
T. STARR.Hamilton
H. P. HTIMLER.Belmont
CHAS. B. STREITBF.RC1ER.Tyho
B. H. TREOASKIft.Oaceola
Hamilton a dowf.li..stiver Reef, Utah
bHAS. A. HUNT.Bristol, Lincoln Co., Nev.
CH VS. W. CRANE, at No. 32K Montgomery
atreet, room No. 10 Safe Deposit Building, la
Hole Agent for the Kubeea IJaii.t Sentinel
in San Francisco. Persons In that city hav
ing business with this office are requested to
communicate with him.
S T oa IBC S !
PpiIE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
1 purchase and sell
MINING STOCKS
On commission. All orders promptly filled.
— u
Nnii FrJni?i'M*o Brokers:
O'. K. S. LATHAM
—AID—
HOMER S. XXXBTGk
Doing Agent for leading Fire Insurance Com
panies, I am prepared to furnish reliable in
demnity on good risks at living rates.
Ottce:—At Wells, Fargo A Co’s.
jet SAM’L COOPER.
%T. STH/AtTS,
PIONEER
Milker and Jeweler >
Ilelon the Parker House.
INFORMS THE PUBLIC OF EUREKA AND
vicinity that he has lately received a new
and largo assortment of
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
WATCH ES!
Clocks, Diamonds, Etc..
E. Howard A Co’* Gold and Silver Watches ;
Goucave and convex SPECTACLES and EYE
GLASSES always on band, and for sale cheaper
than elsewhere.
WEDDING PRESENTS. Hu.-h n« solid Silver
Ware, Just receiv 'd; also Ladies’ Silver filigree
Heta, Chains, Crosses, Lockets, Combs and
I tracelet*.
iFl'inc Watches Repaired by the well-known
watch «nd chronometer maker, Mr. Edward
Wilhelm
Jewelry neatly repaired.
jo!3 J. STRAUS.
xj isr i oisr
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE,
Next door above the E. k Lumber Yard,
South Main Street, Eureka.
I HAVE LOCATED AT THIS OLD ffv
stand for the purpose of carrying
tm ■ SL2t3
General Livery Business.
Hn Idle Horse* for kale mi l to Hire. !
Hay and Crain for Salo.
Mors*'* will Ik* Boarded by tlu* Day or Mouth.
Team* suitable for carrying passengers and
light freight.
•VGotitl care and attention will be paid to
Htock entrusted to my car**.
J. PALM Ell.
Eureka, Sept. 19, 1878. seiO-tf
Rocky Mountain
0OAL! gOAL!
Ilia llnml nanl for Snl <*ln tliinnll (to*
to Suit.
$ 1 0 5 0 P E It TON.
*\ITE AUK IN RECEIPT OF A SUPERIOR
If article of Coal, and will receive ship
ments by Die car load, during tin* fall and
Winter month*. The attention of Families
Wild other* i* railed to thia
DESIRABLE FUEL !
All orders left at the office of the Eureka k
(California Lumber Company, will be promptly
tilled. W. O. MILLS, Agent.
Eureka, Sept. 21,1878. ae22-tf
SPRING STREET
STEAM BATH HOUSE
N|»rluff Mreet, Ihirekn.
Above the Eplacipal Church.
Mm. JANE JACOIIY, Proprietress.
Steam, Tub and Turkish Baths.
The only Steam nml Turl hh Itatli
House lu towvi.
ITA flag*tail bearing the banner “Bath
House," will indicate the building. One trial
(a solicited, and Mr*. Jacoby guarantee* *atia
factlon. uug29-tf
“GRAND”
Lodging - House,
Over the Stone Saloon.
North Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
BY MRS. L . YOUNG.
The building u a new fire-proof
brick. The rooms are all hard tiniahed,
and it la on a of the quietest houses iu Eu
reka. The
Btdi Cannot Be Surpassed
la the town, and will always be kept in the
heateat manner.
Rooms will be rented on moderate terms.
A share of the public patronage is solicited
Eureka, October4,1878. o5-tf
NICK 0III.LICH
AGAIN AT HI8 OLD STAND, NEXT
T?f>r.,‘>.F'rcd- M*rue*' Butcher Shop, wlier.
vlll at .11 time, keep oil baud the best of
Poultry, Game and Fish!
EGGS, OYSTERS ;
ril'IT. ETC.
WPeraoue le.vlog their order, at the .tore,
Jill have them promptly filled and delivered,
fr« of chvge.
NICE MILLICH.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
R SADLER 4 CO ~
North nalii Ntreet. Kurcka*
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Groceries aol Provisions!
CLOTHING,
BOOTS m SHOES!
HARDWARE!
— AND—
TIXTW^X^IE!
A FULL LINE OF
THE NEWEST STYLES
—OF—
WALL PAPER!
AGKST8 FOB
rORCIU V A NO HOME
INSUHMCE COMPANIES,
ALSO, AGENTS FOB THE
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
—HD- -
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING
F O ~W" D E R .
tX" Guod* Delivered free of charge. _ga
ft. SADLER A
North Maiu Street, Eureka.
ASSAY KBS.
Chemical Laboratory!
In D. Luudbom'a Building, North Main 8t,
BULLION, OEE ASSAYING,
Ant! Determinative .Minornlogy,
HpocinltlM.
As we duplicate all work.it can bo Implicitly
relied upon.
Dl'NN A KYI>f». Assay era and Chemists.
Late of the firm of C. Wiegand AOo., Virginia,
Nevada. aulHtf
FRANK ROBBINS,
ASSAYEB,
On door above Wells, Fargo k Co’s.
PIIOMPTXESH, A< ( I RA( Y AMD
MODERATE CSIARGEN.
B/'P LEASE CALL. jel
W. P. HASKELL. & CO.
^ HE NOW SELLING
W-A-ILI- PAPER
FROM OME HIT TO OM E DOLLAR!
CARPETS,
Prom two bits to $1 50 per yard !
Chicago Walnut Chamber Suits,
Prom $75 to $200 !
In fact, they ar^selliug everything in their
large stock of
CROCKERY, CUTLERY,
LAMPS, PAINTS,
OILS, BRUSHES,
GLASS, MIRRORS,
PICTURE FRAMES, Ac.,
At Price* which Defy Competition.
Call at their New Store, second door south
of Paxton A Co's Bank,
Anil be i'envlnced of Till* Fact.
Eureka, June 1, 1878. jeltf
EUREKA AMD UALIFOKMIA
LUMBER COMPANY.
South Main Street, U ivnda.
NEVADA AMD CALIFORNIA
LUMBER,
Of all kinds.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar I’iue
MINING TIMBERS!
BUILDING LUMBERS
A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed
Lumber, Flooriug, Siding, Rustic, and
other styles of Siding, Moulding, Laths,
Shingles, Doors, Sash andlP'uds,
etc., always on hand.
■GF“ Everything at tba Lowest Cash
Rate*.
J«1 E A €. L. CO.
TOR P R IMT IrTg. OFALLDE
O scriptions, execated with aeatnMa and
despatch «t the Bsxnran OR***
BANKERS.
PAXTON & CO.,
B^HSTiKIIEIR/S,
EIBKKA, NEVADA.
JjRAW AT 8IGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco
Anglo-Californian Bank.London
J. k W. Scligmnn & Co.New York
D. O. Mills k Co. .. Sacramento
Decker A Jewett.Marysville
White k McCornick.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 RANKING B1SINEH9.
•^Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
mission.
(Formerly of Hamilton),
E l' D E K A , NEVADA.
President.L. Woodruff
t asliier.Win. Partly
Directors:
F* W'. Cl ute.E. Wood ru IT.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San
Francisco, New York aud London.
Mining S toe kg Bought and Sold on Commis
sion.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
CHARLES LOVICH,
MERCHANT TAILOR
HAS OPENED A SHOP AT
No. 13, Month Duel Mtrect. Eureka,
Three doors South of Sentinel office, and is
ready to do any work in his line
Promptly and Satisfactorily.
SECOND HAND CLOTHING
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
IteiMilring A Cleaning a Specially.
Eureka Aug. 30, 1873. sepl-tf
J. B. LAMCSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor!
Next door to International Hotel,
Keeps constantly on hand an Ex
tensive assortment of
Clothes and Ccisimeres,
Of the newest patterns and manufactures.
Clotliiug at prices that will enable all to wear
THE BEST OF CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING.
He will be pleased to see Ills ©Id friends and
customers, and fit them out in a suit of the
uewest style for Summer wear.
MEAT MARKETS]
CITY MARKET.
TW3 00033 RjSTH OF THE ATLAS OFFICE,
So jth Main Street, Eureka, Nov.
UEURUE HAILEY, Propr.
THE CHOICEST
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK,
SAUSAGE, tSsC.,
CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT THE
> CIO Market.
A share of the patronage of old fricml.s and
the public generally, ia solicited. swp3-tf
CALIFORNIA MARKET.
Two Doors South of the Court-house, Main
Street, Eureka.
GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors.
The Fiar.t QunlitlfH of
BEEF, ^^IHmUTTON,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
Frwh, Ini and Juicy Moat*.
Of all descriptions, the beet in the land, aud
cheaper than the cheapest,
At lYliolcxalc and Retail.
*iT Give us a call. jel
HALEY & CO~
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
Main street, opposite _
Odd Fellows’ Building. PmXMrf
BEEF, VE-A.E,
POBK, MUTTON.
Special attention paid to family customers.
Meats delivered in any part of the town.
EDW. WILHELM,
CHRONOMETER,
WATCH AND|^CLOCKIHAKER
the Gunsmith Shop, west side of Main St.
INVENTOR OF THE DUPLEX CHRONOM
cter escapement, for ship aud pocket chro
nometers, or an iud«*peudent stem-winder
for ship chronometers, of a compensation pen
dulum for astronomical clocks, etc., etc.
Twenty years* experleuee in the very tirst
chronometer, watch aud clockmaking establish
ments of Dresden, Paris, Loudon, Shanghai,
Yokohama and San Francisco, a complete set of
machinery necessary for the manufacture and
repair of all kinds of time-keeping instruments,
combined with the fact that l refund any money
if ever I should fail to give entire satisfaction,
will be a fair guarantee that none but first-class
work will leave my bands.
KDW. WILHELM.
Eureka, Oet.2,1878. oSMf
FOB SALE AND TO LET.
FOR SALE.
Hotel, Bar-Room and Fixture*,
Dlninff-Koom, Kitchen and
BED-ROOM FURNITURE.
rriHIS ESTABLISHMENT IS DOING A
X good business. The proprietor proposes
to go into other business is his reason for sell
ing. It is one of the best hotel locations in
Eureka,and any person wishing business would
do w**ll to call on me before making other ar
rangements. Apply to
FRANK ABADIE.
Brick building, cor. Buel and Bateman Sts.
Eureka, Aug. 27, 1878. au28-tf
FOR RENT.
A STORE ROOM. SUITABLE FOR
I-iX »»y kind of business, on the ground
floor of the Eureka Opera House. For
particulars, apply to
M. B. BARTLETT.
Eureka, May 28,1878, iay9Mf
HABDWAHE AND CASTINGS.
■VTTLCA.1T
BLASTING POWDER
FOR SALE AT
LOCKWOOD & REMINGTON’S.
We also keep the LARGEST ASSORTMENT
in Eastern Nevada, of
STORES,
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
Xteltiui;. Rra.iM Goods, Steel. Iron,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Connected with the establishment is an ex
tensive Workshop, where all orders in our line,
such as
Is done, and will receive prompt attention.
Jel LOCKWOOD k REMINGTON.
EUREKA
FOUNDRY.
rjlIIIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PREPARED TO
X furnish mills and furnaces with
G-A-STIHSTOS
Of every description; Also
MACHINE WORK.
We have running, in connection with the
above, a BOILER ^HOP, where all descriptions
of Boiler Work and Forging will be under
taken. All work leaving the Foundry
Guaranteed and Executed on the
Most Reasonable Terms.
87"Orders solicited from outlying districts
and filled with dispatch.
J WELLS k CO.,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev.
B. T. Lacy. L. C. Parke, j
PARKE & LACY,
Sole Agents for
BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS
—AND—
Rock Drilling Machinery,
PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY.
Machinists’ Tools and Strain Engines, Bas
kin's Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht
Engines, Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri
gating Pumps,
ALWAYS OX IIAX'D.
417 Market Street, Sau Francisco, California.
CITY
Koutlk .llaiu Nlreet, Eiii'ekn Xcv.
Photographs Photographs
Having the best
arranged Gallery in /4V ^
the State, and having had n &&
long and uninterrupted ]>rac
tice in the Photographing u-*-i=3S»ik
business, I am able to produce the truest and
—the—
i-IDST LIFELIKE PICTURES
To be obtained in this State. All my work is
warranted for permanency, style and tine tin
ish.
Enlargements reproduced from the smallest
miniatures to the life-size picture, equal to any
ol' the best reputed houses Eust or West.
CUY3N FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY.
Also, Water color. Porcelain. Photo-chrome,
and all others too numerous to mention.
All negatives Kit carefully retouched and
preserved one year ior further orders,
jel LOl’Io MONACO, Photographer.
J OE LA SMTYR
—DEAJLSR IN—I
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
Dressed and undressed,
Flooring, Coiling, Moulding
Sningles, Pickets Etc.i
Also Dtaler in
Duoik, 111 In Is, Wluilows, Nrreeu
Doors. Lit*.
Prices are Lower than the Lowest.
J. H. DE LA MATY It.
Eureka, June 26,1878. je27-tf
B. REINHART. J. 1*. EDOFF.
REINHART & CO..
Dealers in Whole and Grouud
BARLE Y\
FLOIK, WHEAT. Hit AN A A D
NHUItl'8.
Barley Cround to Order.
agents fur the
SHUTLER "WAGON
AGENTS FOR
FLOWN, MOWIIRS, HKAFERN,
And all kinds of
AGRICULTURALJMPLEMENTS.
Also Agents for the Celebrated
ST. LOUIS BUDWEISER BEER.
All Goods delivered to any part of town free
of charge.
OF11CE—North Main Street, next door to the
Iron Hall, Eureka, Nev. Jeltf
CLOTHING AN PHOVI8ION8.
W. H. CLARK.
Corner Main anti Clark Sts.,
Eureka, - Nevada.
Tie Largest Ettlistaml
—AND MOST—
Complete Stock
—or—
GROCERIES 1
—AND—
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
In the State.
A mammoth assortment of choice
Fresh Groceries
Of all kinds, including in part
Teas,
Sugars,
Coffee,
Canned Fruit.
Dried Fruit,
Oysters,
Spices,
Syrups,
Candies,
Flour,
Rice,
Bacon,
Butter,
WINES, LIQUORS, &c., &c.
AI ho. a Full Fine of
HARDWARE!
—AND—
Brass Goods,
Steel, Picks, Sledges,
Powder and Fuse.
The best selection in the Market of
SXJ3VtlvIEP?,
CLOTHiisra,
At the Lowest Prices. The Latest Style of
GENT’ SHIRTS.
FURNISHING GOODS !
And Underwear.
RA. No charge for delivering goods to any
part of the Distric t.
Eureka, August 5, 1878. nfi-tf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BROWN, TASSEL & CO.,
Muiu Street, Eureka, Nevada.
IMMENSE STOCK OF
Ladies’, Gents’, Misses’ and Boys’
BOOTS AND SHOES
Of Every Grade and Quality.
QUB ASSORTMENT IS
Full and Complete in
EVERY DEPARTMENT,
—AND—
Can not be Excelled on the Coast.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
All Kinds of Work Made to Order.
Eureka, June 1, 1«7S.
ANTONIO FERRARIS,
PRACTICAL AND ANATOMICAL
BOOT EV1 AKER,
American Hotel, second door from the corner,
on Main Street.
BOOTS MADE TO ORDER, OF THE
bent French materials.
I'erleet lit* (iua ran tec:!.
A full assortment of custom-made Bo oU con* I
stoutly on hand.
Ladies’ work made up in the best French
style.
Cork-soled boots n specialty, expressly for
winter wear, with Scotch bottoms, if desired.
French dressing for ladies' and children’s
shoes.
Uo|»nii'iuj£ neatly anil jirotnplly
executed.
None but practical workmen are employed at
this estai lishmeut.
Eureka, Aug. 27. 1878. au28tf
REMOVED.
THOMAS MURPHY,
ROOT A NI> NHOimAKER,
IITISHES TO INFORM HIS PAT*
7 7 rons and the public genrallv that
h« has removed his boot shop up-stairs
in the next building to the one formerly
occupied by him, where he is prepared to do
all kinds of work in his line as usual.
UFA large assortment of custom <A'k at
LOW RATES.
THOMAS MURPHY.
Eureka. June 1, 1878. je'J-tf
■V. TTHL,
Practical Bootmaker,
North Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
17HE BEST OF BOOTS MADE AT ^
this establishment and good tits
guaranteed.

Repairing Neatly Done,
AND ON SHORT NOTICE.
The best of workmen employed. jsl
GIIOCEHIER AND PROVISIONS.
HIRAM JOHNSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
STAPLE AKD FAXt'T
GROCERIES
—AND—
PROVISIONS!
Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Sugar cured, always on hand.
$GT Three doors north of Clark street, on
Main Street. Jel
C. D. STUART & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
CSEO. TIIA4TIER A CO.,
East side of Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
Wholesale Dealers in Choice English
GROCERIES,
Xo. 1 Mackerel,
Choice Eastern Hams, Etc.,
Flue Ol.i (>ov. Java Coffee.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WINES AND LIQUORS,
t it!AKIS AND TOBACCO,
Au«l Bur FtiruKillngr tiootla,
Also, Sole Agents for Blatz’ celebratod Mil
waukee Premium Export
Ij AO-EFl 33 E F3 FI .
JOHN W. LAMBERT,
Dealer in all kinds of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
And all articles usually found in a First-class
Country Store.
New Goods Received Eaily!
And sold at as low prices as in Eureka.
C'all anil Examine my Stock.
Ruby Hill, Nov. 14, 1877. nl5tf
rHOS. WERRY. WM. GUY.
WERRY & CO.,
RUBY HILL, NEVADA,
-DEALERS IN
GROCERIES,
WINES, LIQUORS,
—AND—
MINERS’ SUPPLIES
Undershirts and Drawers
CHEAPER THAX THE CHEAPEST!
Boots and Shoes (liven Axvay for
Cash !
R^"Give us a call and we guarantee satisfac
tion
WERKY A (O.
August 30, 1878, uu30 tf
ORDER OF COURT.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. SIXTH JUDI
cial District of the State of Nevada, in and
for Eureka County, in the matter of the estate
ind guardianship of Peter Stefl'ani, insane—
On reading and tiling the petition of Joseph
■Ueflatii, the guardian of the person and estate
A Peter Stefl'ani, insane, praying for an order
if sale of certain real estate and personal prop
erty belonging to his said ward, for the use and
purpose therein set forth, it is hereby ordered
that tin lirxt of kin of said ward, and all per
sons interested in the said estate, appear be
fore this Court on SATURDAY, the ninth day
A November, 1878. at 10 o’clock a. m.. ut the
Court room of this Court, at the Court-house
in the town of Eureka, County of Eureka, Ne
vada. then und there to show cause why an or
ier should not be granted for the sale of such
[“state.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this
»rder be published at least once a week, for
three successive weeks before the said day of
licaring, in the Eureka Daily Sentinel, a
uewspaper printed and published in said coun
ty of Eureka. •
F. W. COLE. District Judge
Attest: F. II. HARMON, Clerk.
By L. Molinelli, D. C.
Dated Oct. 5th, 1878. oG-3wtd
J-. IB. ZEdEEUST,
Auctioneer,
Frout of Sweeny's Stable, South Main St.
FT!HE UNDERSIGNED HAS ESTABLISHED
JL himself in a
Ceneral Auction Business,
And is prepared to make sales of
HEAIi A PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Sales of Horses & Wagons a Specialty.
Regular Kales Every Saturday.
Persons having any kind of property for sal
can send it to my Auction Rooms.
Sales in the country will be promptly a\
tended to. J. B. KEEN.
Eureka, July 22, 1878. jy23-tf
JOHN KHI'.OT’FK. HVGH MC’CBUaf.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. Gocwey & Co.,
IMPORTERS OF FINE LIQUORS
KENTUCKY WHISKiES, ETC.,
FQt) and 411 Front St.,
Kian Francisco, • • California
DRAYMAN-.
Believing that there is a neces
sity for another Drayman iu Eureka, I
will endeavor to till the bill. Stand between
Henry Man's and the Jackson House.
au30tf HAKLO THOMAS.
A,D~R0CKt
UK. PATENT AiiEXT, WILL TAKE
• patent cases and prosecute them to suc
ceed. at a total cost of $W’ jel
RESTAURANTS.
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT,
MRS. WM. GILLEN. PROPRIETRESS.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
RE8TAURANT IN EUREKA.

The Beat the Market Afford*!
Meals, • - 0O Cents/
9STA share of the public patronage solicited.
Eureka, October 1, 1878. o2-tf
mmm mihum
Corner of Buel and Bateman Street*,
EUREKA, - - ISTE'V^f
A Bill of Fare will be Served for
BREAKFASTS AND DINNERS;
French, Spanl*h, Herman, Italian,'
OR ANT STTLE OF MF.AL8 DESIRED,
Served at half an hour’s Notiee.
Everything New and Firit Class.
A Quiet and Desirable Place for Ladle*, Getff
tlemeu and Fainilie*.
No Chinamen Employed.’
CHARLES LATTOIER,
“ Imperial Cook/’ Proprietor.
Eureka, August 26, 1876. au27>tf
EXOHAKTG-B
RESTAURANT.
Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka.'
MRS. I* IflGLEY, Proprittrw*.
MEALS..80 Cents.'
THIS IS
oldest estHbliKhed^GBSQHIBbt
Restaurant in Eureka. The Din
ing Room has been enlarged and
generally refcovated.
THE TABLE will at all time:? be supplied
with The Bent the Market Aflbrds.
The whole business will be under the general
aupervlaion of MRS. HIGI.EY, who will bt
pleased to see all her old friends, snd all the
new oues who may favor her with their pat
ronage.
ol-tf MRS. LOUISA HIGLEY.
Base Baie Restart
— AND—
SALOOKl
South Main Street,
CAI'T. J. C. COLOAN, - : Proprietor
THE PROPRIETOR BEGS LEAVE TO ANi
nounce that he has opened the above
establishment. The tables will at all times
supplied with the best the market affords.
BOARD, $7 PER WEEK. SINGLE MEALS. 50 GENTS
Meals will be served at all hours. Whitt
cooks and lady waiters.
The bar is well stocked with the choicest
brands of
WINES, IjIQUORS
—AND—
O I O J&. n.
A share of the public patronage is respect
fully solicited.
Eureka, J uly 2,1878. j?3-tf
TWO-BIT RKSTUMT !
THE FIRST IN NEVADA.
JUST OPENED AT THE IRON HOUSE
North Main Street, Eureka.
FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor.
Meals Twenty-five Cents to $1 00 I
BREAKFAST r
Beefsteak, Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, Potff
toes, Bread and Butter. Tea and Coffee.
IDUSn^TEiR, :
All sorts of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegstn
bles, Soups, Etc. Jjrg-tf
UNITED STATES BAKERY
—AND—
RESTAURANT,
Main Street, Eureka.
Meals served up at all times, nf
the most approved style.
Flab, (Janie, and the beat Reef, Park
and Mutton to be procured in the market.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS;
llread, Plea, CnkeH, Etc.
Pastry for ball suppers gotten up on short
notice. Wedding Calcs a specialty.
All articles delivered free of charge.
Orders solicited.
JOHN HUEBNEB. Proprietor.
WHAT CHEER
CHOP HOUSE!
(In Joe Meades* Saloon.)
Open Day and Night
TUE STAND WILL AT ALL TIME8
X supplied with
The Best the Market Affords.
HOT DINNERS JIT 4 O’CLOCK
A share of the public patronage is solicited.
J. W. McCARTY, Prop*.
Eureka, August 5, 1678. ad
CORNER
CHOP STAND.
DELICACIES OF THE SEASON AT Alt TIMES/
0PEN DAY A»I> BIGHT.
Four Private Rooms,
PAKMENKO k BALLACH, Proprietor#/
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