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VOL. XVI. EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1878. NO. U
THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
rUHMXIIKD KVMIY HOBBIB.I (KXCKPT HOB
DAY), BY
CASSIDY A SKILLMAN,
4. KX1LLMAB. “,0- w- OAMIDY.
(Offli-e—No. 5 South liuvl Street.)
TERMH OF SUBSCRIPTION:
On. ropy. <mc y..r, l.y m.1!. . .
on. »<* ni'.nth,. by Dinll.... " “
On. I .py, thro. month.., by mail. » O’1
Xn i»ap.ra forwunl.il until jial.l w.
A O E N T S :
MRS. M. JACKSON.W*r'1
W. P. OOOBMAN.PliK h.
1. W. LAMBERT.Ituby Hill
WILL N. BABBITTS.r.ll.a.1.
T. STARR.Hamilton
H. P. HTIMLER..
CHAS. B. STREITBKROEU.Tyl«.
n. H. TREOASKIS.Oa.oola
HAMILTON fc DOWELL.Silver Ite.f, Utah
CHAS. A. HUNT,.Bristol, Lincoln Co., Nev.
rum W CRANE, it No. 32* Montgomery
street, riwm No. Itt Hsfc Deposit Building, is
Hole Agent for the Kckeka Daily Hkntiwkl
in Han Francisco. Pi thou* in that city hav
ing business with this office are requested to
communicate with him.
bpjscial notices"
New Music.
New Sheet Music received daily at the Gold
en Rule Store.
Notice.
If you have a fine or complicated watch or
rlock, a music bos. an automaton singing bird,
or any other delicate and Intricate piece of
iuci-h.inlsin needing repair*, go to
EDW. WILHELM.
Chronometer, watch and clockmaker, at the
Gunsmith Shop, west aide of Main afreet.
All work warranted to give perfect satisfac
tion or puaittvely no charge. o2
-- .... —
Mouiifailu Mihogany Nleevo It si t
t on**.
Home-made, handsome, very strong, highly
polished, entirely new, one piece, attr.ctive
design*, useful, ornamental and cheap, only
four hits, at BART ASUIM'S Miners’ and Me
chanics' Trade Depot. nlfi
- ■■■-'—
Furuhhiiix f*oo(U.
(’asaiiuerv ehirt* in eudles* variety. Cal
ifornia sll-W's>l undershirt* and drawers, and
everything else in the line, at the Golden Rule
Htore. Cheap for cash.
At t out! At t out!
pel* for furniture coverings, and Window
Shad*-*. Looktug-glasses, etc., etc.. Helling at
coat at the Gohh*n Rule Store.
t«rn ii <1 It eduction
In Boot* and Shoe*, an DKHortiuent «*f
which are offered to the people of Eureka nt
price* that will l#eat all competitor*, at the
Golden Utile Store.
-- - -
Hat* mid
The l*e*t assortment of list* and Cap* ever
brought to Eureka, embracing all of the very
latent atylea, and at price* to *uit everybody,
at the Goldeti Rule Store.
-- - ——
.Hole Importer
Of English Cutlery iu Eastern Nevada, la M.
11 Joaeph. al the Gohlen ltule Store. Pocket
Knivea uf the brat manufacture and splendid
Karoos aold under poaittve guarantee.
Winter tiloaen.
Tlie I argent and beat assortment of Gent’a
Winter Oltrve* in Em-tern Nevada, at the Golden
UuU lit.tru, cheap for eaali.
- ♦ • ——
Fairuiulinl Um>m To Lwt,
There ia a nice furnished front room to let
at the Sun Francisco Lodging-houae, next door
tv O. Buukel k Go’* Dry Gouda’ Store.
G. U. BLASEU.
Kuraka. Oct. IS, 1H7H. ol'J
Travel lug
Trunk* and Valiaen at cost, at the Golden ltule
Store, to make room for new good*.
— ^ —
Watckea and Jegelry.
If you want your due watches repaired In
tbo l»eat manner and guaranteed for one year to
keep correct time, go to Straus’ Jewelry Store
below the Parker House. Jett
Fancy
flood*. Notion*. Brushes, Gomlta. Purse*, Soap,
Perfume*y, Looktng-glaaae*. etc., etc., cheap
for cash, at the Golden Httlc Store.
Mooil Wntrli-nork.
Mr. P. Stelcr inform* hi* euatoinera that he
baa secured oue of the beet workmen on tha
Pacific Ooait, who has loug been connected
with several of the leading Han Francisco
house*, and who possesses many teNtimouiala
aa to hla skill and excellence aa a watchmaker.
CustoHiers are notified that Repairing and
<'leaning will lie promptly attended to, au«l the
work guaiantred to gi \ <■ satlHfaction.
P. HTELEK, Jeweler, Main street.
Eureka, August 7, 1m7h. atitt
Ho for the 1Io14.Iii.vm!
Album#. Ladles’ Purses, Cups and Sim -er»
Fancy Vanes. Cigar-holder*. Cigar-eases, mid
a host of tricks suitable for holiday presents,
al the Golden Rule Htors, cheap for cash.
Mee melt mini
Pipes, English liricr and Fancy Wsod Pipe*, at
the Golden Rule Store, cheap for cash.
fELEBRATED WKIBKIl PI AX’ON
—AND—
Entry Orguaav.
Bhernian. Hyde k Co., Hau Francisco, Pacific
Coast Agents.
Instruments Mold on tl»e installment plan.
Welier Pianos, by all great musicians, are con.
shlered the liest aud most durable.
Oneonly buys a Piano in a life time, therefore
get the best, the best is the cheapest, al
ways.
Prof. Win. Plum hod, Local Agent, Eureka.
•- —
For fold Heather.
Woolen Heart*, Wool Lined Boots, Blankets,
CoiufortableM, Woolen Gloves, etc., at the
Golden Rule Htore, cheap for cash.
Am lladfiilable Truth.
You deserve to suffer, and if you lead a mis
erable uusntisiactory life in this beautiful
world, it Is entirely your own fault, and there
Is only one excuse for you—your unreasonable
Its udiee aud skepticism, which has killed
houMauds. Personal knowledge and common
sense reasoning will »<*oii show you that
Green’s August Flower will cure you of liver
complaint, or dyspepsia, with all Its miserable
effects, such as stek headache, nalpitiilion of
the heart, sour stomach, habitual costiveness,
(llxalnesa of the head, nervous prostration, low
spirits, Ac. It* sales now reach every town on
tue Western Continent, and not a druggist but
will tell you of its wonderful cures You t an
buy a sample bottle for 10 cents. Three doses
will relieve you.
Agtnts: Crane k Brighaiu, wholesale drug
gist*. Bau Francisco.
John sHRorrK. nr mi moVium.
8HROUFE & McCRUM,
Bucceasors to J. M. Gocwey k Co.,
IMPORTERS OF FINE LIQUORS
KENTUCKY WHISKiES, ETC..
4m M..I 411 Front B»„
#»« Frniirl—o, - . 4,«lil»rnin.
F1. H.
pOinUTT CLERK, AMU EX4IFH.
cio Clerk of the District Court of the
BUth Judicial District, in and for the Couuty
ot Eureka. Htatc of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING, in lU it. branches, cor
Fwstly executed. Acknowledgments, Affidavit*,
BJ»Rke# in any part of; owu.
Mkfl Front corner it o*i at the Court-house.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
R. SADLER 1 CO.,
North Mfnlai Nlroct, Riarckn.
DEALERS IN
GENIAL MERCHANDISE
Groceries and Provisions!
OXiOTHIXT C3-,
BOOTS ISO SHOES!
HARDWARE!
— AND—
A FULL LINE OF
T II E IE VEIT IT Y I. E I
—or—
WALL PAPER!
AGENTS FOR
fOKEKfl All) II O M E
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
ALSO, AGEXT8 FOR T1IE
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
—AXIV •
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING
3? O W ID E R. .
%jT Good.-: Delivered free of charge,
It. NAIU.KII A «*©.,
North Muln Street, Eureka.
AS8AYEHS.
FRANK ROBBINS,
ASSAYED,
Ou door above Well*, F^rgo k Co*a.
PKOXPTXKHS, AK'I RACY AND
Jl OH EH ATE niABUBI.
t^P LEASE CALL. jel
W. P. HASKELL & CO.
^KK NOW SELLING
W-A.L3L ER
fr'KO.H ONE HIT TO ONE DOLLAR!
CARPETS,
From two bite to $1 50 per yard !
Chicago Walnut Chamber Suits,
From $75 to $200 !
In fart, tio-y art- M*Uiu£ everything lit tlolr
lartt. a took of
CROCKERY, CUTLERY,
LAMPS. TAINTS,
OILS, IIRUHHES.
GLASS, MIRRORS,
PICTURE FRAME#, Ac.,
At l-rlfi-H Mhirli Itrfy tompoll lion.
Call at their Now Store, second door south
of Pavtou A Co's Dank.
And be Convinced of Thl<« Fact.
Eureka, June 1, 1878. jeltf
FI ItllliA AND CALIFORNIA
LUMBER COMPANY.
South Main Street, 1C wads.
NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA
LUMBER,
Of all kinds.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
MININU TIMIIFKK!
BUILDING L UMBER!
A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed
Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and
other stylesef Siding, Moulding, Laths,
Shingles, Doors, Sash and B^uds,
etc., always on hand.
tnr Everything at tla<* Eov eat CmmIi
Hatea.
Jel E A C. L. t O.
Rocky Mountain
(JOAL! gOAL!
On Hand nud fur Male in Quantities
In Null.
$ 1 0 5 0 P E K TON.
WE ARE IN RECEIPT OF A SUPERIOR
article of Coal, uud will receive ship
ments by the car load. during the fall and
winter months. The attention of Families
aud others is railed to this
DE8IRABLE FUEL!
All orders left st the office c* the Eureka A
California Lumber Company, will be promptly
filled. W. O, MILLS, Agent.
Eureka, Sept. *J1,1878, «c2*J-tf
BANKERS.
PAXTON & CO.,
El REHA, NEVADA.
J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Cailforaiao Bank.San Francisco
Anglo-Cnlifomian Bank.London
I J. A W. Seligraan k Co.New York
I I). O. Mills fc Co.Sacramento
| Pecker k Jewett.Marysville
White k McCornick.Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec
tions. Receive Deposit* In Coin or Currency on
j open account, certificate, or special deposit,
and transact
A GENERAL RANKING BVMINENN.
t£f Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Coin
notation.
(Formerly of Hamilton),
E CR E K A NEVADA.
I'rexlileiit.I.. Woodruff
Cashier.Win. Partly
Dikbctokh :
F. W. Flute.E. Woodruff.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San
Francisc*, New York and London.
Mining Stocks Bought ami Sold on Commis
sion.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
«T- MURRIN,
At the Western Hotel, In the Boot Store, Main
Street, Eureka.
Suits .nmle to Order.$30
floaver .Suit*.$30 to $73
rant* (to order).$11 to $12
REPAIRING and ALTERING done at the
shortoid notice.
V>jT Call au«l examine my £nod*.
Eureka, December *2, 1878. d3>tf
CHARLES LOVICH,
MERCHANT TAILOR
nAS OPENED A SHOP AT
No. 13. Month Rnel street, Rnrekn.
Three doors South of Skxtixkl office, and i*
ready to do any work iu hi* lino
Promptly and Satisfactorily.
SECOND HAND CLOTHING
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Kcjtalrliik' A* ( leaning a Mppcialty.
Eureka Aug. 80, 1H7H. sepl-tf
J. B. LANCSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor!
Next door to Iutcruatioual Hotel,
Keeps constantly on hand an ex
tensive assortincut of
Clothes and Cassimeres,
Of the newest pattern* and manufacture*.
Clothing at price* that will enable all to w'ear
THE BEST OF CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING.
He will be pleased to *ee hi* old friend* and
customer*, and tit them out iu a salt of the
newest *tyle for Summer wear.
_MEAT MARKETS.
CITY MARKET.
TWO 00033 NOSTH OF THE ATUS OFFICE,
South Main Street, Eureka, Nov.
ttEOROF. BABI.EY, 1‘ropr.
THE CHOICEST
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK,
SAUSAGE, <ScC.,
C10N8TANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT TIIE
J ( ily Market.
A share <»f the patronage of old friend* and
the public generally. 1* solicited. sapit-tf
CALIFORNIA MARKET.
Two Doors South of tho Court-house, Main
Street, Eureka.
GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors.
The l'iui-Kt UiinMUcw of
BEEF, *^E9llHITT0H.
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
Frenli. Fat an*.l Jnlry Heats,
Of all descriptions, the best in the land, and
cheaper than the cheapest.
At Hholesale and Metuil.
AT (live us a call. Jel
HALEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
Main street, opposite
04*1 Fellows' Building.
BEEF, -VEAE,
FORK, MUTT03ST.
Special attention paid to family customers.
Meats delivered in any part of the town.
1) I 1.1, II i: A IIH. MrrTKAlIKAIIH.
J > and Card*, pnuU.il at the S'Cl'TSSKl. 08lc#
tfo4u«:td prices.
FOB SALE AND TO LET.
FOB SALE.
FOURTEEN
QUARTZ WAGONS,
(Axles ranging from 3 to 4 inches,)
Complete anil In €*ooil Running:
Order.
— IRCXUDIRG —
ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON,
(Nearly New—Original Cost. $1,050.)
VNY OR ALL OF THESE WAGONS WILL
be sold at less than one-fourth of their
riglnal cost. For particulars apply to
M. ItlCflPor I)B. J. B. KEEN.
Eureka^ Nevada.
Or to W. B. HARRUB.
East Oakland, California. ns2tf
Ml IIPEItl IIOISE
FOR SALE.
A Good Investment for Small
Capital.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
X engage in business in Calif ornia, offers the
above very desirable real estate at a bargain.
The property lias
A Regular Income of 8113 a Mouth.
Outside of the Theater j roper, and has
theatrical engagements ahead amounting to
$1,200 or $1,300. The Theater has capacity for
Seating One Thousand People,
And if early application is made, the property
will l»e sold at a bargain.
The undersigned also has some
Very Valuable Real Estate
On Main Street, which he would like to dispose
of before lie leaves Eureka.
Persons winking to invest in good property,
can do so <»k very liberal terms, by making ap
plication to
M. 15. BARTLETT.
Eureka, November 23,1878. n2ft-tf
THREE BILLIARD TABLES
'
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
X three good Billiard Tables. One is a six
pocket table and tbe other two are carrom
tables. The tables are in good condition and
will bo sold singly or together. For particu
lars, apply to
D. TV. LEVAN.
At the Opera House.
Eureka, November 25, 1878. n2ti-tf
HOUSE A 1ST ID LOT
FOR JBALE.
This valuable phopehty is m**,
located on the east side of Main
street, opposite the Silver Brick Hotel, H ’; ;
and contains a frontage of 25x100 feet, BflujL
on which is a new building consisting of a
large saloon and six large rooms, all furnished.
The location is one of the beat in the town, and
is well adapted for almost any kind of busi
ness. For particulars apply on the premises.
D. CRE8TELLO.
Eureka, Nov. 29, 1878. u30-2w
For Rent.
rpilF, STORE ONE DOOR SOUTH OF
X Wells, Fargo k Co's Express Office. It is
well adapted for a barber shop, or some other
light business. Also, a DWELLING HOUSE,
of three rooms, in the rear, suitable for a
family. Apply to
MRS. J. POPLIN.
Eureka, December 3, 1878. iU-tf
HARDWARE AND CASTINGS.
■VTTXjO^-Isr
BLASTING POWDER
FOll HA Ml AT
LOCKWOOD & REMINGTON’S.
We also keep the LARGES? ASSORTMENT
iu Eastern Nevada, of
STOVES,
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
Iloltintf. lira** Goods, Steel. Iron,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Connected with the establishment is on ex
tensive Workshop, where all orders iu our line,
such as
Is done, and will receive prompt attention,
jt l I.OCR WOOD k REMINGTON.
EUREKA
FOUNDRY.
rilHIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PREPARED TO
JL furnish mills and furnaces with
CASTINGS
Of every description; Also
MACHINE WORK.
Wc have running, in connection with the
shove, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions
of Boiler Work and Forging will be under
taken. All work leaving the Foundry
Guaranteed anil Exeeiiteil on the
Most lteasonahle Term*.
fc^Ordera solicited from outlying districts
and tilled witli dispatch.
J. WELLS A* CO.,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev.
B. T. Laev. L. C. Park*:.
PARKE St LACY,
Hole Agent* for
BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS
-AND—
Rock Drilling Machinery,
PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY.
Machinists’ Tools and Steam Engines, Hns
kiu’s Engines and Boilera, Hoisting aud Yacht
Engines, Steam Pumps aud Centrifugal Irri
gating Pumps,
ALWAYS OX IIA.M),
417 Market Street, Sau Frauciscu, California.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BROWN, TASSEL & CO.,
Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
BOOT AM 1 STORE
J^TK IMMENSE STOCK OF
Ladies’, Gents’, Misses’ and Boys’
BOOTS AND SHOES
Of Every Grade and Quality.
QUK ASSORTMENT IS
Full and Complete In
EVERY DEPARTMENT,
—AND—
Can not be Excelled on the Coast.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
All Kinds of Work Mads to Order.
Eureka, June 1,1878.
REM OAT uaTiTT
ANTONIO FERRARIS,
PRACTICAL AND ANATOMICAL
BOOTMAKER,
Haa removed bla business to the Pacific Hotel
Building, a f«w doors north of hia old
location on Main Street.
Boots made to order, of the
beat French materials.
Perfect Fit* (Anarantead.
A full assortment of custom-made Boota con
stantly on hand.
Ladies’ work made up in the best French
style.
Cork-soled boots a specialty, expressly for
winter wear, with Scotch bottoms, if desired.
French dressing for ladles' and children’s
shoes.
Repairing neatly and promptly
executed.
None hut practical workmen are employed at
this estal lishxnent.
Eureka. November 2. 1878. n3tf
■V. UHL,
Practical Bootmaker,
North main Street, Eureka. Nevada.
The best of boots made at ^
this establishment and good fits
guaranteed.
— WO
Repairing Neatly Done,
AND ON SHORT NOTICE.
The best of workmen employed. jel
ARTESIAN WELL
B01UNG.
The undersigned have just re
ceivcd all the necessary machinery for
sinking Artesian Wells, and are now prepared
to receive contracts for boring. For informa
tion in regard to terms, etc., apply to
♦eltf B. H. PARKER k CO.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
XfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
il partnership heretofore existing between
Ii. O. Brown and Ed. Smith, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, R. O. Brown retir
ing from the business.
All parties knowing themselves indebted to
the said firm should call at once and settle up,
if they wish to save costs.
R. O. BROWN,
ED. SMITH.
Hamilton, Nov. 23.1878. no24-lm
-^
PUR E_M I LK!
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE I AM PRE
pared to furnish families,hotels, restaur
ants, boarding-houses, or any other peison with
genuine. Pure Milk, from one pint to 100 gal
lons per day, at my residence on Spring street,
below Clark.
A liberal reduction will be made for larger
nan titles. WM. E. TAYLOR
PRINTING.
THE
EDREKA DAILY SENTINEL
NEWSPAPER
—AXD—
JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT,
BIEL STREET, EI'REKA, KEY.
BOOKS,
PAMPHLETS,
RECEIPT ROOKS,
BILL HEARS,
ELECTION’ TICKETS,
LETTER HEARS,
LEUAL BLANKS,
ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK,
MINING STOCK CERTIFICATES,
ELECTION OR THEATRICAL
FOSTERS!
DODGERS,
FLYERS,
PROGRAMMES,
CIRCULARS,
BALL TICKETS,
WEDDING CARDS,
BUSINESS CARDS,
LABELS, TAGS, ETC.
Printing, lu Colors,
Priuting. Plain or Fancy,
Printing lu A I Style,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
HIRAM J0HN80N,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
—AND—
PROVISIONS!
Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Sugar cured, always on hand.
■QT Three doom north of Clark street, on
Main Street. Jel
C. D. STUART A CO.,
BUCTF.BBOnS TO
GEO. THAfTfER Sc GO.,
Eaat Bide of Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
Wholesale Dealers in Choice English
GROCERIES,
No. 1 Xaekertl,
Choice Eastern limns. Etc.,
Fine Old Gov. Java Coffee.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
WINES AND LIQUORS,
CIGAKM AND TOBACCO,
And Bar Fnralshliaff Goods,
_
THOS. WKKET. n. OCT.
WERRY & CO.,
RUBY HILL, NEVADA,
-DEALERS IN
GROCER I ES,
WINES, LIQUORS,
—AND—
MINERS’ SUPPLIES
Undershirts and Drawers
CHEAPER THAT THE CHEAPEST!
BmU and Shoe* Given Away far
CaaRT *~"
WOivt n» a call and wa guaranty aatlafac.
tion
VENT A CO.
Angnat 80,1878, au30 tf
«!!» -Bajl'.-.IUJ'J.".'.'. . _l_
OITY
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
Snath Haln Street, Baraka Xev.
Photographs Photographs
Having the best
Arranged Gallery in ^
the State, and having had a
long und uninterrupted prac-flHRtfMJKjSp
tice in the Photographing
business, I am able to produce the truest and
most lifeumF PICTURES
To be obtained in this State. All my work la
warranted for permanency, style and fine fin*
tab.
Enlargements reproduced from the smallest
miniatures to the life-sire picture, equal to any
of the best reputed houses East or West.
CRAYON FINISH ENUNGCHENTS A SPECIALTY.
Also, Water color. Porcelain, Photo-chrome,
and all others too numerous to mention.
All negatives are carefully retouched and
preserved one year for further orders,
jel LOUIS MONACO, Photographer.
xx asr ioist
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE,
Next door above the E. k C. Lumber Yard,
South Main Street, Eureka.
I HAVE LOCATED AT THIS OLD
stand for the purpose of carrying
on a
General Livery Business.
Saddle Horne* for Mule and to Hire.
Hay and Crain for Sale.
Horses will be Boarded by the Day or Month.
Teams suitable for carry ing passengers and
light freight.
•S^Good care and attention will be paid to
8tiH‘k entrusted to my care.
J. PALMER.
Eureka, Sept. 19,1878. ae20>tf
EDW. WILHELM,
CHRONOMETER,
WATCH AND^CLOCKMAKER
the Gunsmith Shop, west side of Main St.
INVENTOR OF THE° DUPLEX CHRONOM
eter escapement, for ship aud pocket chro
nometers, of an independent atom-winder
for ship chronometers, of a compensation pen
dulum for astronomical clocka, etc., etc.
Twenty years’ experience in the very first
chronometer, watch aud clockmaking establish'
meuts of Dresden. Parts, Loudon, Hhanghai,
Yokohama aud Ban Francisco, a complete set of
machinery necessary for the manufacture and
repair of all kinds of time-keeping instruments,
combined with the fact that I refund sny money
if ever 1 should fail to give entire satiafaction.
will be a fair guarantee that none but flrat-claaa
work will leave ntf hands.
EDW. WILHELM.
Enreka, Oct.2,1878. olLtf
NICK MILLICH
IS AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND. NEST
door to Fred. Barnes’ Butcher Shop, where
he will at all times keep on hand the best of
Poultry, Game and Fish!
EO-OS, OYSTERS !
FKl’lT, ETC.
•^Persons leaving their orders at the store,
will have them promptly filled and delivered,
free of sharge,
NICK MILLICH.
_ BE8TAPBAOTB.
MOCH’S
“E-E-X-OTT-lR.-E-.A.-aT*1'
RESTAURANT.
Carrier of Bu.l *»<> BAtaman St'a
EUREKA. NEVADA.
Break teaL, from ftett .'etoeh A. Mr
Dinner, from 9 I* 7 a'etark P. ■.
Private Rooms fmt Families, «ai
Extra Dinners to Order.
Eureka, November U, 1878. nli-tf
hxohaniS-B
RESTAURANT*
Corner of Main and Clark line la, Eureka
MBS. I~ IIICII.EY, Proprlelreoa.
MEALS.r.BOCntar
g-a THIS IS
■Y- oldest e.tibll.hedpmfll^m
SmV Restaurant la Eureka. Tha Din.
I ,1 v Ing Room has baen enlarged art
generally renovated.
THE TABLE will ai all times be
with The Bent tH
The whole brntlneea will be under the general
supervision of MBS. HIOIJCT, who will he
pleased to aee all her old friends, and all th«
new onea who may favor her with their yet*
ronsge.
ol-tf HRS. LOUISA HIOLET,
Base Bail Restart
i-vi :
—AND
SALOON!
South Main Stroot,
CAPT, J. C. COLOAN, - : Proprietor.
rriHK PROPRIETOR BEG* LEAVE TO AH*
X uounce that he liaa opened 'the above
establishment. The tablee trill at all times ha
supplied with the beet the market affords.
MAU, <7 Kl WEEK. SHE SEALS. M dm
Meals will be served at all hours. WWW
cooks end lady waiters.
The bsr Is well stocked with the choicest
brands of
WINES, XilQTJOarUa
—AND—
CIGARS.
A share of tha public patronage !« reaped*
fnlly solicited.
Eureka, July 2,1878. jy*.|f
TWO-BIT RESTMIW l
THE FUST II REVAfel.
JEST OPENED AT THE IEOE HOVM
North Main Street, Eureka.
FRANK ROKBLE8. Proprietor.
Meals TVenty-fire Cate to 9199I
BHEAKPA8T :
Bsefsteak. Mutton Chop, Veal Cutlet, IMu
toes, Breed end Butter, Tea and Co*»a.
XJIJSnSTEIL s
h£!'adBulM
FISKE’8 BAKERY
—ADD—
CONFECTIONERY STORE I
In Fiske’s Building, Mala 8t., Eureka.
I HAVE JUST OPENED A BAXEBT IN CO*.
nectlon with the Confectionery Store lately
occupied by M. Young, and am prepared to
furnish the beet of
American Broad.PioorCakoo.Kto.
WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A
SPECIALTY.
By leaving order* at the Store, good* trill be
delivered to any part of the town.
FRESH CANDIES, manufactured oa flu
Sremlsea, and alwaye on hand in large qnanti.
e*. CHAB. FIBRE, Proprietor.
UNITED STATES BAKERY
—llftF—
RESTAURANT,
Main Street, Eureka.
Meals served up at all hues, hi
the moat approved style.
Fifth. Same, add the beat Beet Pitli
and Mutton to be procured in the market.
(MEALS AT_ALL HOURS.
Bread, Plea, Calm. He.
Paatry for bell supper* gotten up on abort
notice. Wedding Cakee a aperlalty.
** All article, delivered free of charge*
B^Ordtre solicited.
JOHN HCEBNKR, Proprietor.
CORNER
CHOP ISTAND.
DELICACIES OF THE SEASON AT All TIMES.
ds£b. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
,'oar Private Booms.
PABMENKO k BARLACH, Proprietor*
•epS-tf
WHAT CHEER CHOP HOUSE,
(Ik Joe Meade*’ Saloon'
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
HOT DINNERS AT 4 O'CLOCK. ALL THE
delieeciee of the market always oa hmd.
No Chinese Employed.
FBASU'lft JKFFRETM.
Proprietor.

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