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VOL. XVIII- EUREKA, NEVADA, THUR9DAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1880. NO. 31
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W P. GOODMAN* CO..
J. W. LAMBERT.p'i,'B“TWUI
W 8 MARCHANT. Nee.
JAMES 0. DOYLE.Helton
OB AS B. STREITBEHGER.Tybo
J B FISCHBACB. ..-Brletol, Lincoln Co., Ney.
J R RICKARD.BllTW B®**' CUh
ROGERS * SLOTZ.Bonenn. Oily. IdnLo.
A. M. BARNES..Centre! Olty. D. T.
nn.nrriw CRANE. No. 318 Pine etreet end
10 L."de.doTff etreet. Room 3». 1. Hole Agent
for the Eceie. Daily end Wiealy StjrrraxL
Id San Francisco. Persona In that city ha*.
Iuk business with this offlce are requested to
communlcete with lilm.
SALOONS.__
P. CAHATA8. »■ « fA*.
inter.nation.il saloon
t.nrrkn, Mevede.
MESSRS. CANRVIN ft LE VAN,
PROPRIETORS.
Eureka, December 10, 1879. dcll-tf
PALACE SALOON,
XJF STAIRS
IN H. VOKBERQ’8 BUILDING,
HAIM STREET.
THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
POOL AMD BILLIARD*.
Elegantly Fumiihed Club Booms.
Lt'THER CLARK. Prop'r.
Eureka. June 17, 1879. _J*l»-tl
EMPIRE SALOON.
The undersigned desire to in.
FORM the public, and rltiiens of Eureka,
and the whole State of Nevada, that they will be
found at home, at all houra, where nothing bnt
First-class Goods will
be disposed of.
CHA8 GRAHAM.
A. HINTZE.
ED. McSORLEY.
Eureka, November 7,1879. novf-tf
RIIHHOND \0.3 SALOON
The undersigned hab just leased
the above mentioned favorite place, and
haa had it generally renovated and repaired.
He propoaet to keep the beat
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
To be found in the market, and will be pleased
to have hla frienda and the public call and
sample hla goods.
A Frn* Lunoh will bo oe d
L. McDaniel,
South Kiln itreet, Earth*.
MENDES’
“TIGER” SALOON.
THE LARD EAT IM NEVADA.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
A FULL BAND OF MU8
In attendance every evening.
-__ „ JOE MENDES, Proprietor.
Eureka. May 17,1879. mylB-tf
JACK PERRI S SALOON,
—corner or—
Main and Bateman Streets
SUREKA, 2STE^7\
-THE CHOICEST
Wlnea, Liquors and Cigars
OMalnabl* in th. 8*n Frutciaco market son*
atantly on hand.
lBiaha, Auguat 10,1|7». anlO-tf
TURNER’S SALOON,
—in the-—
TURNER house,
Mala Street, Eureka.
the oboioest of
m LIQUORS & CIGARS
To bo obtained, col, will bo kopt.
eiSgtSLOctobor 10. 18T»._uclltf
^gS
*' *“ *C0TT- kouniu. j. w. oiim.
EUREKA hall,
■■•I street. Eureka. Nevada.
0-1- Scott k Co.,. Leueei and Manager*.
Ilnott HalllnEaitera Nevada.
7OO-Heating Oapaolty-FOO
T^dtiii1.18 complete in boeneby
■"*• Appointment*. aultabla for
TttATBIOAL*. BALLS AND PASTIES,
open. Terma raaaonablo.
„ 2' L BOOTT fc 00.,
**"**• CatJb^sM8'
FAMILY GROCERIES.
HIRAM JOHNSON,
Wholeemle cod Retell Dealer In
STAPLE AMD F AM C T
GROCERIES
—Ain>—
PROVISION®!
Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Sugar cured, always on hand.
NEW BUILDING-OLD STAND,
Main street, Notth of Olsrk, Eureka, Nevada.
myStf
Family Grocery
AND
VEGETABLE STORE.
M. L. GREGOVICH,
Next to the people's market, will
keep constantly on hand all kinds of
Vegetables,
Fruit, Fish,
Eggs and
Poultry,
And in fact, everything generally found in a
first-class family market.
E. E. DODGE,
“ THE LITTLE STORE
AROUND THE CORNER,M
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Eureka. June 13, 1879. jeli-tf
Stan, Hfile & Company,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Largest Music House on the Coast
Pacific Coaat Ageota for the Celebrated
TXT EBEK PIANOS
—AND—
Estey Organs.
Manufacturers of the
SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO!

For Braes Instruments,
SHBBT ICvITTBIC,
And «T.r7thlD( Id tk. Mualc L1d«, .ddr.u
SHERMAN, HYDE & CO,,
•AN FRANOISOO.
Piano■ and Organa Sold on Eaiy
Tormj.
Shut Mule D.pot ,t
Morrl. B. JoM.h'a U.ld.u 111.
yjr-U KUir* Knr.ko.
MEAT MARKETS.
WHOLESALE 1ND RETAIL
BUTCHERING.
1AM NOW PREPARES TO FURNISH THE
beat of Meata at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Beef, Veal and Mutton.
Keep constantly on hand the beat of
RANCH PORK.
A ahare of the publlo patronage la solicited.
WM A MONTGOMERY.
Eureka. Juue 1,1879. Jl-tf
CALIFORNIA MARKET.
Next Door to Welle, Fargo k Go’s Express,
Main Street, Eureka.
GOLL & MONEY, Proprietors.
Tlu Flueatquallllat of
BEEF, *^58MUTTON,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Oonatantly on band.
Freeh, Fat and loley Meata,
Of all description*, the beat in tbe land, and
cheaper than the cheapest,
At Wholsaala and Retail.
•sr Girt ua a call. myQ7
CITY MARKET.
TWO OOORS NORTH OF THE ATLAS OFFICE.
South Main Street, Eureka, Nev
UEOHUE BAILEY, Propr.
thi choioist '^ann
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, 3H
8AU8AOE, <Ss0.a
CONSTANTLY ON THI HOOKS AT THI
(Kf Merket.
A ahara of th. patronaga of old friend, .ud
tha public generally. 1. .ollclud. aepS-tf
CAPITAL MARKET.
North Mala Street, west side,
IHOLDERXR * ROBEBTI. • Pr’s.
BUT. PORI, MUTTON, 8AUSAOI, ITC.,
of lb. Hunt quality oonatantly on hand.
Choloe Steaks and Prime
Roasts a Specialty,
At reaaonabla rat... Our aupplj In thla regard
oannot be rqualad In Eureka.
01VI US A CALL.
SHOLDEUIB A ROBEBTI.
Euraka, Veraotbar W, ISW mtU-«
HOTELS.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
EUREKA, NEVADA.
JUST REOPENED.
THE SECOND HOTEL IN NEVADA.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
public that I have again reopened the Inter
national. The building la a three-story brick
one, fire-proof and baa been newly furnished
throughout
Thankful for the patronage so generously ex
tended in times past, I would ask s continuance
for the future.
D. H. HALL, Proprietor.
Eureka, December 1,1879. d2-tf
J. L. HINCKLEY. J. u. LOCKWOOD.
THE PARKER HOUSE.
Hinckley & Lockwood,
PROPRIETORS.
This house will be kept first
class. Rooms single or in suits. At
tached to the House ia a first-class
HE S TAUBANT.
THE 3 -A. 3.
Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the best
Liquors, Wines and Clgara will be kept.
KTRailroad coaches will take passengers to
and from the depot.
Eureka, February 6, 1879. feb7 tf
CALIFORNIA
LODGING HOUSE,
Three Doors North of the International Hotel.
Cood Rooms at Low Prices
MRS. P. GALLAGHER,
(Formerly of the Parker House,)
HA9 JC8T LEASED THE ABOVE NAMED
house, and had it renovated and reiur
nlshed She will be pleased to receive the
patronage of her friends aud the public.
Eureka, December 19, 1879. dc20-tf
SOUTH GATE HOTEL,
MOUTH OF PINTO CANYON.
THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR.
Travelers will find good aocom.
modations at this house.
The Hamilton, Ward and Ploche stages stop
for meala at this establishment.
GOOD STABLING, HAY AND GRAIN.
IF Heals at All Honrs—00 Cents.
A share of the publi. patronage la solicited.
South Gate, April 8,1879. sp4-tf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
J.F.SCHNEIDER
Has Again Opened Hla
fiDRIIG STORE.fi
At th. Old Stand on Main Street,
Second door north of Joe Mendee' Saloon,
J AM PREPARED TO PCT CP
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS,
AND ORDERS FOR
Drugs and Medicines,
At all hour* of the day or night.
1 also have a full line of
PERFUMERY,
Toilet Articles. Heir Brushes. Tooth
Brashes, Bull Broshes, Ete.,
And in fact everything usually found In a first
class Drug Store.
F. J. SCHNEIDER.
Eureka, May 24,1879. my2ft-tf
DDeBERNARDlVcO,
•10 K at, between Third and roui-tb,
BACK AM EM TO, CAL.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Game, Butter, Eggs, Poultry,
Fish and Ceneral Produce.
WE CARRY AT ALL TIMES A LARGE
and full supply of the best kinds of fruit,
green and ury, and all kinds of Vegetables iu
season, and tresh River aud Sea Fish, Oysters,
Glams, Mussels, Shrimps, Crabs and Craw Flah,
with Canned Goods, in endless variety.
A long experience hss enabled us to take all
advantages of the market, and we can and do
buy the best at the lowest rates, thereby giving
our customers the benefit of our experience.
We buy and sell cm commission all kinds of
Garden aud Orchard Produce aud Poultry, to
gether with Wild Game in aeasou. and can buy
and sell at rates that give us, at least, the abil
ity to sell all goods at prices that euable us to
live and let live.
ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED.
oc7-3m*
J. B. LANCSTROFF,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
First door South of the international Hotel.
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE FINEST As
sortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres & Vestings
Of the latest patterns and manufactures. Hit
prices will uow suable all to wear the
Best of Custom-made Clothing.
He will be pleased to have hie friends and
customers call and be fitted to a suit of the
newest styles.
Eureka, November 24,1879. nov25-tf
NEVADA LAUNDRY,
(OLD CONSOLIDATED BOARDING HOUSE)
North Nils Itroot.
I HAVE AGAIN STARTED HI OLD BU8I
nui in the abort named locality, and
Will bo pleated tv receive patron
age trout mjr old friends
and customers.
akthcr mcmahon.
Eureka, December 1, 1819. d9-tf
T EUAL BLANKS, OF ALL DE
XJ eertptlona. printed to order et the SEN
ram office
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
DAY. E. BAILY.
Attorney at law, has re
moved hit office from Clark'a building
to Whitton’a building, north aide of Clark
street, between Main and Bnel streets. d2-tf
THOMAS LASFEYRE,
Attorney and counselor
at Law. Office la Ryland's Brick Build*
ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jtcksen
House, Eureka, Nevada.
OEO. w. MX BRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. prac
TICE in all the Courts.
Office In the 8ektinel building
Eureka, October 8,1879. oc9-tf
C. J. LANSING,
Attorney at law', office in
Odd Fellow*' Building, over Wella, Fargo
fe Co's Express Office.
Eureka, May 20. 1879. aay21tf
V. w. COLE. A. M, ftILLHOUSR.
HILLHOUSE & COLE,
Attorneys at lav, efreka,
Nevada. Rooms 1 and 2, Odd Fellows'
Building.
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at lav. office
At the Assessor’s office, in the 0>urt
house.
JOHN T. BAKER,
Attorney at lav. office in
Ryland’s Block, Bateman street, Eureka
Nevada.
Particular attention given to the acquiring of
of titles to Government lands.
GEO. W. BAKER,
Attorney at law and nota.
ry Public. Office in Dick Ryland's Brick
Building, Bateman street. Eureka, Nevada.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. E. THIELE,
PHYSICIAN. SURGEON AND OB*
btetrician. Office—Main street, two doors
south of new brick building. {Private entrance
from Buel street.) Office hours : 9 to 10 a. M.
and 6 to 7 p.m. Free office hours : 3 to 4 P. M.
DR. A. C. BISHOP,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, one door north of Hiram Johnaon’a,
on Main street. Eureka. dc2-tf
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF
flee In Sentinel building, up stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR. E. B. DELAMATYR,
Homeopathist.—office and
residence over Flake’s Restaurant, Main
street. Office hours : 8 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4 and
7 to 9 p. m.
DR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EU*
reka, Nevada. Office lu Clark's Building,
corner of Main and Clark streets.
J. A. NESBITT, M.D., C. M.
OFFICE — MONACO’S BUILDING, MAIN
Street, Eureka, Nevada.
DR. JAMES WILLIAMS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF
flee st the Jackson Hotel. Eureks.
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at the International Hotel.
Eurekt. Nut. 19, 1879. nl6-tf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
C. HAMILTON, D. D. S.,
Dentist, rooms, bate
man street, opposite the Ben*
tinxl’s new building.
THOMAS J. READ,
CIVIU ENGINEER AND U. S. DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hyland's
Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and
Buel streets, up stairs.
* SOCIETIES.
ST. JOHN’S CHAPTER, NO. 5.
The stated convocations of bt
John’s Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M., will be
held st Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday
evening of each month. Called communica
tions on all other Wednesday evenings.
All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing, ars
cordially invited to attend.
DAV. E. BAILY, H. P.
W. A. DrBLXT, Secretary. ^
AMERICAN LABOR UNION.
rjlHE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE
U American Labor Union will be held at
Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of
each week. Any person desiring information
iu regard to the Uniou, can obtain the same by
applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, be*
tween the hours of 2 and 4 o’clock p m., dally.
A. C. BISHOP, President.
A. M. Campbell, Secretary. apl7*tf
RED MEN.
WINNEMUCCA TRIBE, NO. 8, IMPROVED
Order of Red Men, hold regular coun
cils at Masonic Hall on the third sleep of every
seven suns, at the seventh run, thirtieth breath.
Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, are
cordially invited to meet In council.
R. M. BEATTY, Sachem.
Max Jacobs, Chief of Record. si
BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF P„
MEETS EACH FRIDAY OF EVERY
month, at 7:30 o’clock p. m., at lta Cattle
Hall, in Odd Fellows' building.
All Brother Knights. In good standing, are
fraternally invited to attend such meetings.
C. L. UROY, 0. .0
H. B. McLie, K. of K. and S.
BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10,
Holds regular sessions on the
Third MONDAYS of «ach month, at
7H o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fellowa’ Building.
Sojourning Patriarchs are invltad to attend.
BEN. C LEVY, 0. P.
8. D. Henby, Scribe. Je4tf
MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 07,1.0. O. F„
Meet every Saturday evening at
Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7 o’clock. All
members of the order, in good standing, are in
vited to attend. J. T1EDJE, N. G.
P. T. Walsh, Secretary.
HIBERNIANS.
THE A. O. H. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND
third Saturday evening of the month, at
corner of Clark and Monroe straeta, until
furthar notice THOS MURPHY, President.
J. W. Malloy, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE. NO. IS, F. A A. M.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU
reka Lodge, No. 16. F A A. M., will be
held in Odd Fellows’ Hall the fourth Monday
of each and every month.
Members of stator lodges, and sojourning
brethren lu good standing, are cordially lnvit
ad to attend. R. SADLER, W. If.
W. p. Bismsbuuk, Secretary*
BANKERS.
PAXTON & CO.,
s-a.3stk:eK;S,
El'BEKA, NEVADA.
JJRAW AT BIGHT, IK BtTMB TO BUTT, OH
Anglo-Callfornian Bulk.Bin Franclaco
Anglo-Californlau Bulk.Load on
J. k W. Sellgman ft Co.New York
D. O. Mills ft Co.Sacramento
Decker ft Jewett.Marysville
White ft McOornick.Selt Like City
Dlecount Commercial Taper, Make Collec
ttone. Receive Depoelte in Coin or Currency on
open account, certlflcata, or apaclal deposit,
end transect
A GEXEBAL BAH KIMS BCS1MEM.
KTMlning Stocks Bought and Sold on Com*
minion.
White Pi Comity Bant
(In Woodruff k Ennor’s Building)
EUREKA, NEVADA.
President.E. Woodruff
Cashier.Wm. Pardjr
Dieectohs :
F. W. CInte.E. Woodruff.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co.. San
Francises, New York and London.
•y Also. Local Agency of the following Fire
Insurance Companies: Rerlln 1'oloffue,
of Berlin; La Confianee, of Paris; La
C'alsse Generate, of Paris , London Pro
vincial, of London; Oirard, of Pbiladel
Shia; Revere, of Boston; People’s, of
ew Jersey; and other sterling Companies.
Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commis
sion.
Eureka, May 15,1879. myl6-tf
AGENCIES.
LAMBEBT MOLINELLI. JAB. W. SMITW.
LAMBERT MOLINELLI A CO..
Office In Court-house Block, Eureka, Nevada.
Conveyancers and Real
Estate Agents.
Mercantile transactions, of all
descriptions, promptly attended to.
COLLECTIONS MADE with promptness and
dispatch.
MINES SOLD and Bonded, Leans Negotiated,
and Houses and Real Estate Bought ana sold.
LIFE AND FIRE
Insurance_Agencies.
Notary Public, Coroner and Public Adminis
trator, and Mining Recorder in this office.
Agents for Hall's Safe A Lock Co.
REFERENCES:
Paxton A Co., Bankers, lureka, Nev.; R. Rick
ard, Sup't Richmond Con,M.Co., Eureka, Nev.;
Wm. Pardy, Cashier White Pine County Bank,
Eureka, Nev.- A. M. ffillhouse, Attorney at
Law, Eureka, Nev.; Biship A Sabin, Attorneys
at Law, Eureka, Nev.; H. Donnelly, Sup't Eu
reka Con. M. Co., Eureka Nev.
Eureka, December 28, B78. d24-tf
FRANK B. ALDERSON,
EEAL ESTATE AGENT, SEARCHER OF
Records, Abstracter and Conveyancer.
AGENT FOR FOLLOWING FIlTINSURANCE COMPANIES:
Hartford Insurance Company.
Established in 1810.
Paid in losses over $21,000,000. Cash assets,
$3,30(1000.
JLtna Insurance Company.
Established tn 1819.
Paid in losses nearly $90,000,000. Paid in the
Chicago fire, $3,800,000; paid in Boston fire,
$1,600,000. Cash smell, $8,783,867 15.
AGENT FOR
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.,
Newark, I. J.
Houses rented, collections made, etc.
OFFICE—Sentinel Building, Eureka, Nev.
Eureka, September 22, 1879. s23-tf
SCOTT’S DANCING SCHOOL.
Old Richmond Hotel, South Main Street.
Gentlemen's Class:
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights, from
8 to 10 o'clock.
I.ndies* Class:
Monday and Thursday afternoon, from 2 to 4
o’clock.
LADIES* AND GENTS* PRACTICING CLASS:
Monday and Thursday night, from 8 to 10
o’clock.
JUVENILE CLASS :
Saturday afternoon, from 2 to 4 o’clock.
■^Social* every Saturday night.
Muaic furnished for balls and private parties
PROF. J. W. SCOTT.
Eureka, November 15, 1879. novl6-lm
EUREKA, HAMILTON AND PIOC®
STAGERS© LINE!
MILKER A NAU.SBIRT, Propr'i.
CONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA AND
Palisade Railroad.
Leaves Eureka for
HAMILTON. WARD and PIOOHE,
Every morning, at 7 o'clock.
Leaves Plochc for Ward, Hamilton and Eureka
every day, at 7 o'clock a. M.
Carrying U. 8. Mail and Wella, Fargo A Go's
Express.
Fine American boraea and new Concord
coaches.
Fare to Hamilton and return, round trip,
TWELVE DOLI.ARS.
Office at Wella. Fargo A Co's. mytt
Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House,
North Main Street, Eureka.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING OPENED
the above establishment, offers hie pro
fesatonal services to ell who desire a first-class
physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic ahava.
Hair Cnttlug. BO feali. Shuns poo
lug, BO Cents.
Connected with the estab
lishment are several neat and
elegant Bath Rooma. where
_the most desirable Hot or
Ooh the can be had at all tlmaa. j
BATHS. BO CENTS.
A share of public patronage le solicited.
JAMES M. M. MOODT. Proprleter.
NOTICE.
I SHALL DEPART FOR CALIFORNIA,
shortly, end will be absent during the
winter. Mr. J.B. BONETTI is authorised by
me to collect all debts due rua, and to sign re
oalpta C El A RE UOBETTI.
■Mote. Peetatbte U, US. StlMW*
RESTAURANTS.
FRENCH R0TISSER1E,
Three doors below Joe Kesdee,
Main street, - - • Eureka, Nev.
Refurnished and refitted, the
Flrtt-eleee Reetanrant of Eureka.
No paint will be spared to keep this place In
the beet style.
Elegant Heal,. Fine Wines, and
Polite Attendance.
SPIRO ORSOOVIOH.
Eureka, November 31,1879. nov32-tf
MRS. MOCH’S
NEW
RESTAURANT,
On Bnel Street, opposite Faztan k Co’e Bank.
BOARD lEDUCED!
TO S9 PER WEEK.
Break amt, from 7 to IS o'clock A. K.
Dinner, from 5 to 7 O’clock P. M.
Board per wooh.SO OO
■Ingle Beall.75 cents
Private Rooms for Families, and
Extra Dinners to Order.
Eureka, Hay 36, 1879. my37-lm
THE TURNER HOUSE,
North Malm Nt., Eureka.
Mrs. B. Stewart and Mr*. M. A. Gallagher,
Proprietor*.
Having leased the turner house
Lodging Departments and Restaurant,
we now solicit a share of the public patronage.
THE R E 8 TAU RANT
Will be second to none in the town; while
Pleasant and Airy Rooms
Will always be at the service of guests. Plesse
give us a call. Price* Reasonable.
MRS. R. STEWART,
MRS. M. A. GALLAGHER,
ocl6-tf Proprietors.
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT.
MRS. HIGLETt Proprietress.
Thankful for past fa- ^52
vors, and by strict attention T^gs
to business, I hope to merit end
receive s share of ths public
patronage.
Board, per Week.99.00
Single Heals.50 Cents
Eureka, August 6,1879. au6-tf
FISKE'S RESTAURANT !
Removed to Its Old Lofatlon.
Having returned to my former
place of business on Main street, occu
pied previous to the fire, I am now again pre
pared to furnish all my old customers and new
patrons with the best dsy board In Eureka.
Open Day_and Night.
Supper, for private partita gotten up on
abort notlea.
WEDDING CAKES AND*"FANCY PASTRY A
SPECIALTY.
By leaving ordara at the Store, goods will be
delivered to any part of the town.
CHAS. FISKS, Proprietor.
Eureka, Hay 36, 1879. my37tf
WEST END
Chop and Lodging House,
North Main Street.
Meals, 2$ cents. • • Lodgings, 2s cents.
FRANK ROBLES, Proprietor.
I HAVE JUST ENLARGED AND RENO
vated my establishment, and am now pre
pared to furnish Better Meals and Lodgings,
for the small amount of money charged, than
any place in Eureka.
•a^Call and see for yourselves.
CETOPEN NIGHT AND DAY.^Q
Eureka. December 15,1879. dcl6-tf
CORNER CROP STAND,
In the rear of the Old Corner Saloon.
PRAMENKO A BALLICH,
PROPRIETORS.
rriHE FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
l always served to customer*.
Fowl. Wild Game. Flab, Oysters.
Etc.. Etc.,
Prepared In the moat tempting style.
Meali at All Hours of the Day or Night.
Private Rooms for Parties* Balls.
For every delicacy of the aeason, go to the
CORNER CHOP STAND.
Eureka, October 1,1879. oc3-tf
THE LARGEST
-AND
BEST ASSORTMENT
STOV E S,
Brer brought to Eureke, cen be found et
BGMIHOTOJf B CO’S.
Eureke, October 8.1878. ot-tf
San Francisco Lodiiii loose.
Orer the Be* York Store.
Furnished booms for rent, by the
month or dey. Spring beds from 80 cente
to SI per night. Houee open ell night.
J. 0. BLASER, Proprietor.
Eureka. December 34.1879. dc24-tf
F. RE I CELHUTH’S
/'■VUADBILLE BAND WILL FURNISH THE
best of music for Bells, Fertlee, Sere
edee, eto., et the most reeeoneble terms.
FRANK BKIGKLHUTH,
Stroke, Beptotehot ». lfft. •**«
SPECIAL NOT!CEB.
ATTENTION. EVERYBODY I
Having purchased the entire lntereet of
W. H. Clark's HertaiUl* BaalMaa,
I am now prepared to fnrnleh
ALL KINDS OT OOODS
A* Prices aa Uw as Iks Leweet.
Bj prompt attention to bnalnaaa aecoaimo
dating clerks, good goods, low prices,
I SOLICIT TBADK FROM ALL.
Try aac. and Ba SatlaBad.
T. W. CL DTK.
Eureka, September 1,1819. at
CELEBRATED WERER PIAROR
—AMD—
Retry Organs.
Sherman, Hyde k Co., San Fran cl ICO, Pedtc
Coaat Agente.
Inatrumenta aold on tbS lneUUment plan.
Weber Pi.no., by all grass mauiana, are con
el dared the beet and moat d arable.
Oneonly buve a Piano In a life time, therefore
get tbe beet, the beet te the cheepeet, el.
ProfT¥m . Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka.
Eotifc.
If you have a fine or complicated watt*. or
clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird,
or any other delicate and intricate piece of
mechanism needing repairs, go to
EDW. WILHELM,
Chronometer, watch and clockxnaker, one door
north of Meyera k Franklin, Main street.
All work warranted to give perfect aatiafac
tlon or positively no charge. o2
Watches, Jewelry and C locks Bo
paired.
If yon want to have yonr watches and Jew
elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to
P. Steler’s jewelry store, two do»ra above the
White Pine County Bank*, Main street, All
work warranted.
Watches and JTewelrjr.
If you want your fine watch* repaired in
the best manner and guaranteed f« r one year to
keep correct time, go to Straus* Jewelry Store
below the Parker House. Je8
Singer Sewing Machines.
W. P. HASKELL has been appointed agent
for the celebrated 8inger Sewing Machines for
Eureka county. A large invoice of machines
and fixtures has just arrived. Tneae are the
only genuine Singer Machines now offered for
sale In this market.
STOCK AND INSURANCE
BROKER.
SAMUEL COOPER,
Stock Broker and Ininrance Agent,
'lyjTNING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD
—m
CASH on COMMISSION only.
SAN FRANCISCO COIBESPONDENT8 :
HOMER 8. KING A CO.
Also Agent for a number of 1« adlng FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANIES. Reliable indem
nity given at regular rates.
Office at Wells, Fargo A Co.'s, Eureka, N
December 31,1379. Jal-tf
CITY
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
•oath Main Street. Karelia HTev.
Photograph. Photograph.
Having the best
arranged Gallery in
the State, and having had a
lung and uninterrupted prac
tlce in the Photographing
business, I am able to produce the truest and
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MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES
To be obtained In this State. All my work is
warranted for permanency, style and fine fin
lab.
Enlargements reproduced from the smallest
miniatures to the life-size picture, equal to any
of the beet reputed houses East or West.
CRAYON FINISH ENLARGEMENTS 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.
el LOUIS MONACO. Photographer.
EUREKA
FOUNDRY.
This establishment is pb spared to
furnish mills and furnace* with
CASTINGS
Of every description; hleo
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
Guaranteed and Executed on the
Most Reasonable Terms.
•^Orders solicited from outlying districts
and tiled with dispatch.
H. H. CONKLIS k CO.,
Eureka Foundry, Enreka, Not.
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
MUSIC,
Taught on the piano and organ
Also, Painting, Wax-work, Sto mping. Em
broidery, etc., at reasonable prices, by
MRS. COTTLE, Nob Hill,
In rear of thi Hospital.
Eureka, June 34, 1878. Je35-tf
NOTICE TO_TRAVELERS.
Parties desiring passage to rail
way Stations will please procure tickets
at the Jackson House, or at the Fashion Stable,
and leave orders to be called.
W. H. SWEENEY h 00..
ocl4-tf Bus Ptoprietore.
CIGAR 8TORE,
JACK PERRYS CORNER,
JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor.
Imported and Domestis Cigars
Of eboloe brut da. <b« beat in tbc markat.
Tobacco*, fitaratlaa, aud ■imok.ra'
Articles, Etc.
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