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VOL*. XVI. EUHEKA, NEVADA, 8ATUKDAY MOHNING, JANUAliY 4, 1879. NO. 28
THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. PWL1NHRD EVF*r MOUSIN'! (EXCEPT MON DAY), BY CASSIDY A SKILLMAN, A. SKILLMAN. OEO- w- CA8BIDY. (Office—No. 5 South Buel Street.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ob* e*py. one year. by mall.$15 00 Ob* copy, etx mouths, by mail. H 00 On* c*py, three months, by mail. fi 00 No papers forwarded until paid f*r. AGENTS: MRS. M. JACKSON.Ward W. F. GOODMAN.Pioche J. W. LAMBERT.Ruby Hill WILL N. RABBITTS.Palisade T. STARR.Hamilton H. P. STIMLEIt.Belmont CHAS. B. HTREITBERGEB.Tybo R. H. TREGASKIS.Oeeeola HAMILTON k DOWELL.Silver Reef, Utah J. B. FISCHBACH. ..-Bristol, Lincoln Co., Nev. CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 33$ Montgomery afreet, room No. 10 Safe Deposit Building, is Solo Agent for the EtTBKKi Daily Sentinel In Ban Francisco. Persona in that city hav ing biiaineiAM with tliia office are requested to communicate with him. EUREKA MERCANTILE AGENCY. Lambkht molikelli. jab. w. bmith. LAMBERT MOLINELLI & CO.. OArf in Court-houxe Block, Eureka, Nevada. Mercantile transactions, of all description*. promptly attended to. COLLECTIONS MADE with promptnesa and diapatch. Searchers of Records, Conveyancing and L* K«> Inxtruim ut* a specialty. MINES SOLD and Bonded, Loan* Negotiated, and Houxcm and Real Estate Bought and sold. LIFE AND FIRE Insurance Agencies. Notary Public, Coroner and Public AdmiuiB. trator, and Mining Recorder in thi* oittcc. REFERENCES: Paxton A Co., Banker*, Eureka, Nev.; H. Rick ard, Sup't Richmond Con. M.Co., Eureka, Nor.; Win. Partly, Ca*hltr White Pine County Bank. F.iircka. Nov.; A. M. Hill bonne. Attorney at Law. Eureka. Nev.: Bishop A Sabin, Attorney* at Law. Eureka. Nev.; H. Donnelly, Sup’t Eu reka Con. M. Co., Eureka, Nev. Eureka. December 23, 1878. d'24-tf FRANK ABADIE, Real Estate Dealer, I'vrMrr of llnel Mil l llalnnnu M*h. Miirrkn. Xnr. Office in the Brick Building. Loans Money Ou Real mid Personal Properly. HOUSES TO ^\E!2STrj? for Bunine** Purpoaca or Private FauiilicH. I aui alro prepared to do a Conoral Contracting Business. FUANK ADA DIE. Ritreka. Pi eemlM r 12, 1H7h. dl't-tf NOTICE J HAVE OPENED A Seal Estate, Collection and General Mercantile AGENCY OFFICE, In CorttT Horsi: BLOCK. aouth of the Dis trict Attorney‘m Office. I offer my aervtee* to the public, and a*nure tbam that any bn«tnc»* Intruated to me will be promptly and faithfully attended to. HAM. OOLDHTONK. ■nreka, Novi ral>er M. 1«7H. n'27 DRESSMAKING ——AND PLAIN SEW! JNT Q, Neatly ami Promptly Executed. l/’Vrnh' MliIrtM Mn*lr to Ortlrr.W -|>LAITING MADE DY THE YARD, AND • r TilK LATENT KTYLIN. MRS. EVA MILL. North Spring Street, first door north of Mrs. Cavanaugh's. Eureka, November 7, 1878. iiH-tf SPECIAL NOTICE -TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. DIt. H. COHEN. OF NEW TOltK. Till: most celebrated Optician tha* ever visited the Pacific Co net. has arrived in Eureka, and will remain here for one week, and will suit the most difficult sights, on m* re inspection of the eyes, with his improved PA UA BA LA SPEC TACLES ami EYE-GLASSES, next door to Aahtiu A Bros. Clothing Store. We cheerfully recommend Dr. H. Cohen : R. H. M’ater*. M. D. ; It. Marry, M. 1). . B. Hast Inga. M. D., of New York. Eureka, November 4, 1878. n.llm Notice to Creditors. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District of Nevada, in and for Eu reka county, in the matter of the application of Jnelah Hayes, to assign hi. property uml be diaeharged from hi* debts. Notice is hereby given to all the creditor* of Joalali Hayes, that iu pursuance of an order made by the District Court of Eureka county. Nevada, the anld creditors are hereby notified to be and appear before t! e said Court, or the Judge thereof, at the Court-house iu Eureka. Nevada, ou the third day of February. 1K7'J, to ■how cause. If any they have, why the prayer of aaid insolvent akould not be granted. ♦ a I us*41 I w itness my Hand and Seal, this Mb aay of December, 1878. F. II. HARMON. Comity Clerk and Ex-Offleio Clerk of the Dis trict Court. By L. Moi.inf.lu, Deputy Clerk. Jo*u T. Baker, Atty of Pl’tf. d7 Notice of Dissolution. The copartnership heretofore Ex isting between tv. .v. Montgomery ami Joaepb Winzell, under the name of MONT. QOMERY k WINZELL, in mImiixhtering and furniahing meat* at Eureka. Nevada, wa* dis solved on the 1st day of Daoember, by mutual cenaent. All p«ru>na indebted to the firm will pleaae make aettlemeut aa early an possible, either party being authorized to make aettle naanti. W. A. MONTGOMERY, JOSEPH WINZELL. Eureka, December 10, 1H78. NOTICE. 1TOE FIRM OF W. A. MONTGOMERY k J R. WITHINOTON will coutiuuethe Whole, •ale Butchering Buaiucas, und do uot propone to be undent'd*! by any Arm iu furnishing re tail dealers with Beef, Veal and Mutton. The beet of Rauch Pork constantly on hand. WM. A. MONTGOMERY. „ . JAM. R. WITHINOTON. Eureka, December 10, dll-lm MISCELLANEOUS. FIRE STUB! SAM'L COOPER, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENT. CONTINENTAL AND NIAGARA, OF NEW / York, and COMMONWEALTH, of Boston, three sterling Insurance Companies. Also, Agent for the Travelers’ Accident Insurance Co., Of Hartford, Conn. Insurance against accidents of all kinds, arising from outward causes. If you are not insured against accidents, call at once and INAL RE YOTIR8BL# TRAVELERS’ TICKETS can be purchased for from one to thirty (lays. Office Hi Wells, Fargo A Co's. Eureka, December 31, 1878. jal-tf CITY Montli Nalii St reel. Eureka >ev. Photographs Photographs Having the best arranged Gallery In the State, and having had a long and uninterrupted prac tire in the Photographing business, I am able to produce the truest and —THK— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To Iw* obtained in thin State. All my work is warranted for permanency, atyle and fine fiu !ah. Enlargement* reproduced from the smallest miniature* to the life-size picture, equal to any of the beat reputed house* Kant or West. DSATOIf FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. Also, Water color. Porcelain, Photo-chrome, and nil other* too iramerou* to mention. All negative* ate carefully retouched and preserved one year Tor further orders, jel LOUIS MONACO, Photographer. JAMES HENNEGAN, North Main Street, opposite the Barley Mill. DEALER IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE -AME Wearing Apparel. rpHF HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSE JI hold Good* of nil kind*, and Wearing Ap parel of every doaoription. This enterprising house 1* receiving New Good* daily, which, in connection with the Second-hand Good*, are Multi at l.uxter I’rlreM than have ever been offered at any other house in the State. Call and examine the Good*. JAMES HENNEGAN. Eureka. December 11, 1«78. dl'i-tf AlTM(AHO\ t'OK A rATEIT rpo THE TRENCH MINE.—NO. 4NS.—1T. S. JL Land Oilier, Eureka. Nevada, December 27, 187H.—Notice is hereby given, that Thomss Rob inson, whose postofth e address is Eureka, Ne vada. has this dny filed his application for a patent for twelve hundred linear feet of the Trench mine, or vein, hearing silver, with surface ground three hundred feet in width, situate, lying and being in White Pme Mining Dlatrict, comity of White Pine, and State of Nevada, and known and designated l»y the field notes and official plat on tile in this office as Lot No. 53. in Township 15. North Range, 57 East, of Mount Diablo meridian. The exterior boundaries of said Ix»t No. 55 being as fol. low*, t<»-wit: Variation 1(P* deg. F. Commenc ing at a post marked No. 1, IT. S. Survey No. 53. whence a post marked V. S. Monument. No. 3, standing on the suuimit of a high limes?me bluff, Injars south 82H degrees east. 1,125 feet; him*, corner common to sections 21 and 25 T. 15, N. It., 55 E, and sections 19 and •■!»’ T. 15. N. It., 57 d. K. hears N. 75 deg. 21 min. W.. 17.708 feet; smoke-stack of Mnnte (Thrift j null hears N. 51 d. W.. 15,040 feet; and the Trench shaft bears M 2*2'*• deg. E.. 503 feet ; thence running first course H. 39k d. E. 1200 feet to post marked No. *2, U. H. Hurvcy No. 55 ; tin nee second course S. 50k d. W., :t00 feet to ]s>st markid<0>o. 3. !'. ft. Hurvcy No. M* ; thence, third course N. 30 k d. W , 1200 feet to post marked No. 4, IT. S. Survey No. 55; and thence, fourth course N. 50k d. E. 300 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning, containing H *25-100 acres. This claim is bounded cm neither end by any known claimants. The uearest mines are the Little Amador ami Centennial. The location of this mine Is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of White Pine Mining District, in Hook I. and on page 238. Any and nil per sons claiming adversely any portion of said Trench mine, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, an* requited to file their adverse claim with the Register of the Lulled States I.and Office, Ht Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will he barred by virtue of the provisions i.f the statute. dJMUM D. II. 1MMEL. Register. Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka. Wins UNDERSIGNED, HAVING OPENED 1 the above establishment, offers his pro fessional services to all w ho desire a tirst-elnss physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave, llnlr Cutting. 50 Cent*. Mi h napoo* iiiif, 50 ( cilia. tB Connected with the estab. WL " •rtv,.v lishment are several neat and v 1 ceU1 ‘* Hath Rooms, where the most desirable Hot or Cold baths cun be had at all times. HAT ft IS. 50 CENT*. A share of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY, Proprietor. IsTOTICE. THK HOARD OF COUNTY C0MMIS810N X era of Eureka County, Nevada, will meet on SATURDAY, January 4th. 1879. for the pur pose of approving the bonds of the incoming County Officers, allowing bills against the county, and for the transaction of any other business that may properly come before the Hoard. All persons having bills against the County will please tile them with the Clerk before tin* said 4th day of Jauuarv, 1879. By order. [St'Ai,,] F. If. HARMON, Clerk. Eureka, December 24, 1878. d'i.Vtd STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING WHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE X Stockholders of the Eureka Tunnel and Mining Company held at their office, In the town of Eureka, on MONDAY EVENING, Janu ary t;th, 1879. at 7 5$ o’clock, for the elecUou of officer* to serve the ensuing year. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. Eureka, January 2, 1879. ja9-td* Piano for Sale. VN ELEGANT rHK’KERISn Piauo iM offered for «ale at wtyJUQMi a great bargain. F»»r particular* t'W jTpTfl apply at MU. HASTEN’8, Chicago* * « Y *• Brewery Depot. Eureka. November 2, 1878. NOTICE. Tiie holder ok certificate no 10,593, 20 share* Leopard, la requested to '*-11 at our Bauk. PAXTON & CO. Eureka, November 30, 1878. dl CALISHER , BROS. HAVE IIKKN APPOINTED A0t»t3 FOB the Dlku Ueekl)Toat. Eureka. June 2d, It 18. HI I. I. II K ABN, I.KTTKItllKtllN. and Card*, printed at the Svstimcl Other reduced price*. BANKERS. PAXTON & CO., Bj^nsriKIIEIR/S, El* BEK A, NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Cnlifornian Batik.San Francisco Auglo-Califoruian Bank.London J. k W. Scligmnn k Co.New York D. O. Mills k Co.Sacramento Decker k 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 RUNINEMK. Mining 8tocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. (Formerly of Hain'lton), EUREKA, NEVADA. President.L. Woorlruft ( uHlaicr.Min. Partly > DiitECTOtts: F. W, Flute.E. Woo'lrufT. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at sight ou Wells, Fargo A: Co., San Franuisc#, New York and London. Mining Stocks Bought and Hold ou Commis sion. MERCHANT TAILORS. J. B. LANGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor! Next door to International Hotel, Keeps constantly on hand an ex tensive assortment of Clothes and Cassimores, Of the newest pattern* and manufactures. Clothing at prices that will enable all to wear THE BEST OF CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING. He will l»e pleased to see his old friends ami customers, and fit them out iu a suit of the newest style for Winter wear. Eureka. Dec. 7. 1878. <l8tf CHARLES LOVICH, MERCHANT TAILOR HAS OPENED A SHOP AT No. Id. South Ituol Street, I'urehu. Three doors South of Skxtinkl office, and is ready to do any work iu his line Promptly and Satisfactorily. SECOND HAND CLOTHING BOUGHT AND SOLD. Itc]>nirlii£ A Clniiiing a Specialty. Eureka Aug. 30, 1R78. sepl-tf CA.H.33. Having almost recovered from my ten months’ tedious and pro tracted sickness, I am able now to pay particular attention to business myself. During my late stay in San Francisco I purchased a fine, woll-selectcd stock of goods, of every description, too numerous to mention, and I solicit the public in general to convince themselves of my veracity before purchasing elsewhere. D. MAN HEIM. Eureka, September 28, 1878. s*29>tf cc EUREKA ” CARRIAGE SHOP, CEO. L. OTT, Proprietor. T AM NOW BUILDING IlJigg i«*s. Spring Wnx ©»i*. also HEAVY WAG DNS, to order, all of the very best material and of superior workman ship. 1 employ The Best Mechanics That can beobtaiued, and have facilities for turning out as good work as can be made in any country, ami better adapted to this locality than most imported work. 1 have been in the business for tweuty-hve years, devoted all my time to this brauch of the trade, understand it and attend to it. I therefore justly claim that I am turning out as good work as can be made, ami at prices that cannot fail to give satisfac tion. if you want anything iu my line, you will flud me Always Ready for Business I Give me a call, ami your orders will be promptly attended to, and I will endeavor to till them to your entire satisfaction. I am prepared to do every description of Blacksmithing, For mines, furnaces nnd ranches. Carriage and Wagon Repairing And PAINTING dona promptly and at the low est margin of proiit, and as good as the best. GEO. L. OTT, South Main street, Eureka. Eureka. October 5, 1878. oG-tf NICK MILLICH IS AGAIN AT Ills OLD STAND, NEXT door to Fred. Harm s’ Butcher Shop, where he will at all times keep ou hand the best of Poultry, Game and Fish! BOGS, OYSTERS ! I’UI'IT, KT(, ttjrv ersoiis leaving their orders at the store, will have them promptly tilled and delivered, free of aharge. NICK MILLICH. HARDWARE AND CASTINGS. VULCA1T BLASTING POWDER FOR HALE AT LOCKWOOD & REMINGTON’S. We also keep the LARGEST ASSORTMENT in Eastern Nevada, of STORES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, Beltlns:, Bra** Uootl*, Steel, Iron, Ete., Etc., Etc. Connected with the establishment is au ex tensive Workshop, where ail orders in our line, Is done, and will receive prompt attention, jel LOCKWOOD k REMINGTON. EUREKA FOUNDRY. This establishment is prepared to furnish mills and furnaces with CASTINGS Of every description; Also MACHINE WORK. We have running, in connection with the above, a BOILER SHOP, where all descriptions of Boiler Work and Forging will be under taken. All work leaving the Foundry Unarm! tec:l an;l Executed on tlae MoNt Eton ho u able Term*. Orders solicited from outlying districts and tilled with dispatch. J. WELLS k CO., Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nev. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedies! DJI. GIBBON’S DISPENSARY, S—X VO. 623 KEARNY STREET, COR. /v ■ j °f Commercial, 8au Francisco, w California. Private entrance onCom mer< ial street. Established in 1H54. vtSSKwo for the treatment of Sexual and Semi nal Diseases, such as Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Strict ure, Syphilis in all its forms. Seminal Weak ness, Im potency, etc., etc. Skin diseases of years’ standing, und Ulcerated Legs, etc., suc cessfully treated. DR. GIBBON lias the pleasure of announcing that lie has returned from visiting the princi pal hospitals of Europe, and has resumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time nor money in seeking out new remedies, and has returned with increased facilities for the ulle viationof human buffering. Seminal Weakness. Seminal emission is the consequence of self abuse. Thin solitary vice, or depraved sexual indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both aex»* to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptons, unless combated by scientific medical measures, viz.: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the cars, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted Intellect, loss of confidence, ditlidcnce in approaching strangers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions about the face, hectic hushes, furred tongue, foetid brutth, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania, ami frequently in sanity. If relief be not obtained, you should apply immediately, either in person or by let ter. and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treating this disease, which never falls of effecting* quick and radical cure. Cured at Home. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case symptons, length of time the dis ease lias continued, and have medicine prompt ly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a registered letter through the Postofttce, or through Wells, Fargo A Co., a package of medicine will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will please state the name of the paper they see this ad vertisement in. All communications strlctlv confidential. Addresu DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1'.>.77, San Francisco,California. DR. SPINNEY &CO., Xo. 11 lieariiy Street, 'I'REAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL I Di senses. ■yoxjisjOr zvieist Who may be suffering from the effects of youth ful follies or indiscretion* will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of suffering humauity. Dr. Spin ney will guarantee to lorfeit five hundred dol lars for every ‘-ase of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or character which he under takes and fails to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning seusatiou. and a weaken ing of the system in a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkiah hue, agaiu changing to a dark and torpid ap pearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect euro in all such case*, and a healthy restoration of the genitourinary organs. Office Hours—10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sunday* from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advice, $5. Call or address DR. SPINNEY A CO., No. 11 Kearny St., Sau. Francisco. CHINESE CURES! DR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IS PREPARED TO TllEAT PATIENTS IN the most scientific manner. He has made medicine his lifetime study, and cures almost every disease. He cures rheumatism in a short time. He has new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can cure them very quickly. His medicines are all given hot. He uses no cold remedies. He has made a number of astonishing cures, and all persons ailing should at once comsult him. Chronic diseases yield readily to his remedies, and cures where many others have failsd. NOTICE—I am a graduate of the medical School of Canton. OFFICE—Red Building, west side of Monroe street. jel tf B. T. Lacy. I., c. Paukk. PARKE & LACY, Sole Agents for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS -AND— Rock Drilling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Machinists' Tools and Steam Engines, Has kin's Engines and Boilers, Hoisting and Yacht Engine*. Steam Pumps and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumps, ALWAYS OX IIA X l>. 117 Market Street, Sau Francisco California, CLOTHING AND PROVISIONS. w7h~clark, Corner Main and Clark Sts., Eureka, - Nevada. Tie Largest EstalllsH —AND MOST— Complete Stock —of— GROCERIES 1 —AND— GENERAL MERCHANDISE Iii 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, Candles, Flour, Rice, Bacon, Butter, WINES, LIQUORS, &c., &c. Alw, a Full Line of HARDWARE! —AND— Brass Goods, Steel, Picks, Sledges, Powder and Fuse. The best selection in the Market of WINTER OLOTHI1TG, At the Lowest Trices. The Latest Style of GENT' SHIRTS. FURNISHING GOODS ! And Underwear. tf\, No charge for delivering goods to any part of the Distric t. Eureka, August 5, 1878. a6-tf BOOTS AND SHOES. BROWN, TASSEL & CO., Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, BOOT AMI JH STORE ^N 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 FiNDINCS All Kinds of Work Made to Order. Eureka, June 1, 1878. REMOVAL. ANTONI O FE RRARIS, practical and anatomical BOOTMAKER, IIus removed his business to the PaciAc Hotel Building, a few doors north of his old location on Main Street. Boots made to order, of tue^ bent French materials. 'I Perfect Fit* iliiaraiiteeil. A full assortment of custom-made Boots con stantly on hand. Ladies’ work made up in the best French style. Cork-soled boots a specialty, expressly for winter wear, with Scotch iHittoms, if desired. French dressing for ladies’ and children’s •boea. Repair in;* neatly anil promptly exeeutiMl. None but practical workmen are employed at thin establishment. Eureka, November 2, 1878. n3tf "V. UHL, Practical Bootmaker, North .Main Ktrrrt, Eureka, Nevada, mUE BEST OF BOOTS MADE AT £g X this establishment ami good his ■ guaranteed. Repairing Neatly Done, AND ON SHORT NOTICE. The beat of workmen employed. jel PUR E_M I LK ! ON AND AFTER THIS DATE I AM PRE part'd to furnish families, hotels, restaur ants. boarding-houses, or any other person with genuine, Pure Milk, from one pint to 100 gal lons per day, ut ruy residence on Spring street, below Clark. A liberal reduction will be made for larger uantities. WM. E. TAYI.OR JOK I’ltINTINO OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY at this office. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES —AND— PROVISIONS! Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Sugar cured, always on hand. Three doors north of Clark street, on Main Street. jel C. D. STUART & CO., SUCCESSORS TO DEO. TIIACIIEK A CO., East side of Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. Wholesale Dealers In Choice English GROCERIES, No. 1 Mackerel, Choice Eastern Hams, Etc., Fine Old Gov. Java Coffee. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in WINES AND LIQUORS, CIUAKN AND TOBACCO, Aud liar Fnrnialilug: Goods, THOS. WERRY. WM. GUY. WERRY & CO., i RUBY HILL, NEVADA, -DEALERS IN GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUOES, —AND— MINERS' SUPPLIES Undershirts and Drawers CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! Roots and Shoes Given An ay for Cash ! •^Give us a call and we guarantee satisfac tion WERRY A CO. August 30, 1878, auuO tf MEAT MARKETS. WHOLESALE BUTCHERS, The undersigned have formed a copartnership under the name and style of MONTGOMERY k WITHINGTON, in the Wholesale Butchering Business, And will furnish to Retail Dealers the best of Beef, Veal and Mutton. Keep constantly on hand the bast of fork. A share of the public patronage is solicited. WM. A. MONTGOMERY. JAS. R. WITHINGTON. Eureka, December 10,1878. dll-tf CITY MARKET. TWO BOOBS N05TH OF THE ATLAS OFFICE. South Main Street, Eureka, Nev. UEOBOE BAILEY, Propr. THE CHOICEST BEEF, MUTTON, PORK SAUSAGE, tSoC., CONSTANTLY ON THE HOOKS AT TIIE (ill Market. A share of the patronage of old friends and the public generally, is solicited. s»p3-t# CALIFORNIA MARKET. Two Doors South of the Court-house, Main Street, Eureka. 60LL & MONEY, Proprietors. The Finest Quail (It's or beef, ?®1mutton, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. Frenh, Fat and Juicy Men In, Of all descriptions, the best in the land, and cheaper than the cheapest, At. Wliolennle and llctail. Give ns a call. jel HALEY & CO., Wholesale and Ketail Butchers, Main stueet, opposite Mild Fellows’ Building. BEEF, VEAL, FORK, MUTTON. Special attention paid to family customers. Meats delivered in any part of the town. TEUAL 1ILAAKN. OF All. IIE. j scriptions, printed to order at the ^UN TX.NLL OVfWJL RESTAURANTS. MOCH’S “E-PI-C-U-R-E-A-N’' W ?9t RESTAURANT. Corner of Buel »nd Bateman St’s EUREKA, NEVADA. . . Break fits t, from 7 lo 13 o’eloek A. I. Dinner, from 3 to 7 o'eloek P. M. Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. ! Eureka, November 14, 1878. nlMf EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka MRS. L. HlfiLET, PnRMNR MEALS..BO Cent*. ^~2 THIS 18 wLgb oldest established^NISBHD^ Restaurant in Eureka. Tha Din ■ Is- ing Room has been enlarged airt generally renovated. THE TABLE will at all times be supplied with The Bent (he Market Affords. The whole business will be under the general supervision of MRS. HIGLEY, who will be* pleased to see all her old friends, and all the new ones who may favor her with their pat ronage. ol-tf MRS. LOUISA HIGLEY. — AND SALOON! South Main Street, CAPT. J. C. COLGAN, - : Proprietor. The proprietor begs leave to am. nounce that he has opened fthe above establishment. The tables will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. BOARD. $7 PER WEEK. SINGLE MEALS, 50 CfRTS Meals will be served at all hour*. White cooks and lady waiters. The bar is well stocked with the choleeat brands of WIKTES, LIQUOna —AND— O I <3- IFL S. A share of the public patronage la respect fully solicited. Eureka, July 2,1878. jy3.tf TWO-BIT RESTMRlIiT! THE FIRST IN NEVADA. JUST OPENED AT THE IRON HOUR* North Main Street, Eureka. FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five Gents ta $1 06 ! BREAKFAST ; Beefsteak, Mutton Chop. Yoal CiMt^Pskh toes, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee. iDinsrjsriEn.: All sorts of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegeta^, hies, Soups, Etc. JyP-tf FISKE’S BAKERY —AND— CONFECTIONERY STORE ( In Fiske’s Building, Main $t.t Eureka.. I HAVE JUST OPENED A BAKERY IN COffU nection with the Confectionery Store lately occupied by M. Young, and am prepared to furnish the best of American Bread,Pies,Cakea,Etc. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orders at the Store, goods will bo delivered to any part of the town. FRESH CANDIES, manufactured on the premises, and always on hand in large quautK tit’s. CHAS. F1SKE, Proprietor. UNITED STATES BAKERY —AND— RESTAURANT, Main Street, Eureka. Meals served ip at all times, ih . the most approved style. 1'iNh. baiut’, and the best Iteef, Pork and M ut tou to be procured in the market. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ltroud, 1*1 oh. Cakta, Etc. Pastry for ball suppers gotten up on short notice. Wedding Cak»s a specialty. ■fyAll articles delivered free of charge. *y Orders solicited. JOHN Hl'EBNER, Proprietor. CORNER CHOP STAND. DELICACIES OF THE SEASON AT ALL TIMES. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, • our Private Rwiui. 1‘AUMENKO * BAI.LACH, Proprietor* Htp.Vtf JOHN 6HBOUFE. HUOH McVKUM, SHROUFE & McCRUM, SucccHsors to J. M. G^wty k Co.t IMPORTERS OF FINE LIQUORS! KENTUCKY WHISKiES. ETC.. 4**) an.l 411 Front St., Kttii I'rMuriM'o, • • 4'alifvrialMY a ^ R0CK US. PATEXT AOi:\r. WILL task • |»»tcnt riul j-rotrcutc them to *u$ • '.$83. at a total coat of #t>0 ft} '