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VOlTvHI: ~ EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1S75. . NO. 109
eubea dam sentinel.
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CASSIDY & DENNIS.
OKO. W. CASSIDY
JOSS H. »»*“• _
TKHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
os.Jy.ono v^rh?ybT”«rr: 'r:.::::::: «“
One copy. “x 2 mnnJ by nisi'. 5 00
00 TO THE WELL KNOWN
OUT *boto*r*pn Oallery,
On South Main Eureka, for the bo..
and
host urn.m pictures ::
A new style of pictare Ju,t b««D inlr»
duct'd by
tori* MONACO. The Artlftt,
Whore a brilliant and gloasy polish if impart
J to the picture, superior to the
discarded vulgar enamel.
ill KINDS OF PICTURES are dona np
in superior Style and with the lateet improve
ments of the art.
,.K, parlor Bua* PleHirew and the
L*r* Beantllul Nil Pearl
Are taken in this (lallery equal to any in the
State or at the Day.
All negatives taken in thu Gallery are care
fully retouched and kept lor future orders.
1 iimyl LOUIS MONACO. Artist.
uw.cgomta. e.j. MAurm.
MAUPIN&CROMER
Wholesale and Detail Dealers in
hardware,
Mill and mining goods, gas
PIPES. STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS.
Ifoiiae Fnriilaliluir Deoil*.
STOVES.TIN AND COPPER WAKE. POW
DEK AND FUSE, WINDLASS KOPE
OF ALL SIZES, ETC.
We Are aim prrpArwi hi «nu w ■■
Unn Pipe.
HILL & FURNACE WORK
Done on Short notie*.
Til* Imt quality of
Steel, and also Stone Coal.
Constantly on hand.
Also. Manufacturers of
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware.
Particular attention paid to all work in our
line, and g i. a run teud to give porloct aatiafao
tion in evory particular.
AI.SO. ROLE AO ENTS FOR
CAMfflA POWDER WORKS
Kit EUREKA.
RISING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
POWDB R.
Constantly on band.
HERCULES PUtt DElt, U SE AND CAPS !
We would respectfully solicit the attention
ef companies and miners to the advantage.
We can offer.
»aivaltf MAUPIM A CltOMEH.
PIONEER
Barber Shop & Bath House,
first door north of the Pioneer l.estauraut.
North Main stroot. Eureka.
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING RK
J. oentjy o|ienod the above establishment,
oilers his professional sorvices to all who
desire a first-class physiognomical IIAli.
U J, or an ecstatic Sll A V Pi.
»*• Hair Cutting, SO cents. Shampooing,
S« cents.
R Connected with the estab
lishinentaru several ueatuiui
B ■ass'I?» W Megan t Rath Rooms, where
“ .gjtho most dosirablo llot or
Colli oaths cau Ue had at all tinioa.
BATHS, 50 CENTS.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
«ua-U JAA1EK M. M MuuDY. Proper.
GENERAL NOTICE.
THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL IS IN
■I. termed that the old Broker.
H. IHAN'HEIM,
*^»loon, Main street, old stand, has re
:!*?'n■ o" oommissiou,direct from New York
•M boston, nearly
110,000 Worth of Valuable Article*
consisting of
wld and Silver Watch**, Genta’ and
ladla*’ Gold Chain*, Mew Style*,
Seta In Amathyit and
Topai,
■ade U Order. Ulamoads-an Ins
nsenae Kiosk, and a Npeeialfy.
erkw¥aNHEIM will soli these rood* at a
turn |L° a".0,'!rh everybody, rather than re
lurn them to the original owners.
HIGHfo'f PRICK PAID FOR
M'KhKA COUNTY SCRIP.
dREENBACKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
KU.VllTr!v°k PISTOLS, and AM
^lUONonhand. nu|0
J- »• OA&BKAITB'I
Corner Famly Grocery
store,
Corner of Buel end Clark St*.,
Wck Hyland's Fire proof Building, oppo
Msite Masonic Hall.
Ycon«MH,vMlniiCU IS A,’L NKW AND
. Ham B|{Larr,t,in5' coni*t*ts of Coffee,
Inmked'Salmon "it '“r1*' Boneless Codtish,
ksekerel lJH^J'.HefHng. Itutter. Choose,
fie , I'ittod pTn.-^'u*’ i*fehos, Black ber
Currants, Combi?,*- Sealed Peaches, Zant
Beekwhit *l?«. Corn.
Cabbage, Potato«^Iu*“ ’ S»,.ru*b Coal Oil,
“wit of canned •niS?iui?i,'L*iD<4 »|K,0d assort
dines, OysUw “’v,®*"0*'’ s,r*
*ad a variety of^“jd Coffee, Nuts, Candies
mention; ell of »kul2h?*,i,V>0 !,,uuV*rou« to
J. D. GALBRAITH.
MISCELL A NEC US.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Rail road!
°'“T”
STAGES
For alpha leave Hamilton ev.
cry day at 7 o’cl )ck, \. u. Leave Eureka
at 7 o’clock a. u.. connecting with the
Eureka and Palisade
RAIL R OAD!
Passengers remaining over right at ALPHA,
and arriving at PALISADE in time
to connect with the daily pas
senger trains of the
CENTRAL PACIFIC.
1 hero is a
Commodious Hotel
AT ALPHA,
Where Passengers will Receive
1'lrsM’lass Aeeoininoslallosis.
OFO. COWLES, Agent
fe3tf
IV. DELBANCO,
SViTHWOR TO
M. P. FREEMAN k CO,
—A!f l>—
REINHART BROTHERS.
%warfiii asd Commission
MERCHANT,
DEALER IN FLOUR AND GRAIN.
Office: Central Pacific Railroad Depot
ELKO, NEVADA.
Any goods sent to this place
will he forwarded promptly and with
dispatch.
Mark “ CAKE II (in a diamond) Elko."
Jl-tf
W. \V. Chisholm, C. W.
HreaideDL Secretary.
Simom Itsmhkhgkr, Superintendent.
UTAH FIRE BRICK
MANUFACTURING COMP’Y.
SALT LAKE CITY.
IMRE-BRICK OK SCI’ERIOK QUALITY
ami Fpecial wdiaj e* made to order. Our
brick are made from different clayf, and care
i* takei. to i*re|uire the combination* of ma
terial to meet the want* of differ* nt ore* and
tinge*, in lot* of a ear l«xl,tf2UU |>er thou
Find; il small lot*. -JO cent* apiece.
MAX OlihKbKLDEK,
Agent for Eureka county and Eastern Ne
vada. ocJ2-tf
MONEY’S MARKET,
FRANK MONET. Proprietor,
South Main street, opposite the Odd Follow*’
new hall,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY -
Announce that he will fjjfctf ] |
keep constantly on hand at the xja L
above uiurket the best -Ai
BEEP, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK,
SAUSACE,
And everything else usually found in a fir*t
cIafn market. I’rico* a* reasonable a* any
establishment in the city.
MEATS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
•arVV holeFalo order* delivered to ouFtotn*
or* free of charge within ten mile* of town.
I_jy^-tf_
DAVID LUNDBOM
AISAYSR.
Gltlrfi Mnln ntrrol. i>|»,iot»lle III. Flo
norr KmMiiraut.
OaFAccurato assays guaranteed.
A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR
MEli very low rate, will be charged in
(ho future, though feus will still be kept a.
reasonable a- possible.
.Strangers are required to pay in advance.
Eurek a. August 22. Ib'.'t. au!it-t!
, RUBY HILL WATER WORKS
Capacity of Tanka 152.000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
WATER WILL HE FURNISHED IN
liuby llill. in any desired quantities, at
ail seasons of the ycur, nt a uniform rate end
lower than can bo fornisliod Iron] any other
source. W ater delivered twice daily to pri
vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc.
Tickots ranging from H1. to ut) cents apiece
will i o sold at the oliice of tbo company on
Ruby Hill, by W. 11. MILLER. Superin
tendent.
W. B. HAKRUti Proprietor,
tn v antf _
JUST ARRIVED
At J. Straus'
JEWELRY EMPORIUM!
rJMlE NEWEST GOLD WATCHES,
the BEST GOLD JEWELRY, tho
BEST STYLES and tho BEST QUALITIES.
In Wella, Fargo A Coa Eapreaa
Bullitlux. Eureka.
tnh7.tf-lp J. STRAUB. Joweler.
Patronize Home Industry.
j^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENGAGED IN THE
Preparation of Pure Java Coffee.
. He is prepared t,o fill orders from all sec
tions in quantities from
One Pound to One Thousand Pound*.
Factory on Main street, below Pioneer Ilea
taw-ant. f*-’i
PROFESSIONAL. _
T. I.ASPEYRE,
A TTORNEY A T LA W.
OFFICE IN THE COIR T-IIOI'SE
Ruilding. Eureka, Nevada.
\\ ill practice in all the courts of the State,
__myiff-tl _
SELDEN HETZEL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Clark’, Stone Bui'ding,
CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STS.,
Eureka, Nevada.
nod
C. G. HUHRAKI). C. J, t.ASSIHG.
LANSING A HUBBARD,
Attorn kyn at u«. practice
in all Courts in this State and California.
C. O. Hubbard ... Notary Public.
Office in l’.yland’a Brick Building, Bateman
street, Kureka, Nev.
__, audit
A. M. lUt.LHOl'gK. W. H. DA VKNPORT
HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT,
Attorneys at law. office in
Dick Hyland’s Rrick Building, Bate*
man street, Eureka, Nevada. jell-tf
THOMAS J. READ,
CIVII. ENGINEER AND I. H. DE.P
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy
land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buol
and Batomun streets, up stairs. mylt
THOS. WREN,
ATTORNEY AT I,AW.
Main Street, Eureka, Nevaela.
j a2 >- tf
DR. M. JL CHAMBL1N,
pHYNH IAN AND SURGEON. CAN
L be found at the Kurela Drug Store, or
at his private office on liuel street, two doors
south of the Skntimki. office. at
DR. A. V. BISHOP,
PIYNICUN ANI> KI ROEON. OF.
tico: on Second floor in Clark’s Stone
tiuildiug, corner Main and Clark streets, Eu
reka. jeJ2-tf
G. W. BAKER7
Attorney at i.aw ani»
NuTAi.Y PUBLIC. Office on Main
street, above the Turner House. jull
DR. PAUL M. BRENAN,
Physician, Surgeon A Lecturer,
OFFICE 127 MONTGOMERY NT,
SAN FRANCISCO.
OFFICE HOURS FROM NINE A. M. TO
12 u., 2 to p a.; tl to 8 p. m my20
V. HAMILTON, D. D. S„
Dentist. Looms: Five doors
south of the SkntinkIj office,
liuel street, Kureka. to ^-UXElT
BUSINESS CARDS
Dr. Dobrenz,
German Physician. Surgeon,
Accoucheur and Oculist,
office on Clark street, next door to Justice
Beatty’* Court.
iM9* Office Hour*: From 9 to 11 o’clock a.
m.; 2 to 5 in the afternoon, and 7 to 8 in the
evening. o-l-tl
R. L. ('HASH,
ClorifTY KMOItllFK AND A1DI
J tor. ol Kureka county, Nevada.
Raving in my othco the transcribed Rec
ords from Lander county, I am pre pared to
search records and maho abstracts ot Mining
roperty and Leal Estate. Convex ant ing
in all its branches. Acknowledgment* taken.
Oitico in the Court-house, Eureka, Eureka
county, Nevada. juK-tf
THOMAS J. TENNANT,
Notary mn.it. tonvkyanc.
ing in all its branches. Acknowledge
ments, Protesting Commercial l a per, and
Faking Depositions, promptly attended to.
Othco with K. L. Chase, County Recorder, in
the Court-house building, Eureka, Eureka
county, Nevada. ja8-tf
GEO. VV. MERRILL,
A TTOHXKY AT I.AW, IIISTRItT
Aiftirnoy for Eureka county, and No
tary Public.
Office in the Court-house. jaH-tf
Jam us L. King, l I KpwarpChattin,
Notary Public. ) (ComiVnor for Nev.
KING A CHATTiN,
(Successors to F. I. TUI I) AULT, deceased^
VTUTAblKS PU11LIC. COMMISSIONERS
It of DEEDS for all the Scutes and Territo
ries, CONVEYANCERS. LEAL ESTATE
and GENERAL AGENTS.
*Mr Particular attention given to the taking
of Depositions.
Office: 412 California street, San Francisco,
Calitoinia. dltMJui
F. ZZ. HARMON,
/BOUNTY CLEKK, AXI) EX-OFFICIO
V./ Clerk of the I)i.“trict Court of tho .Sixth
Judicial District, in and for the County ol
Kureka, State of Nevada.
CONVEYANCINC,
In all It. branches, correctly executed. Ac
knowledgment.!, Affidavit*, etc., taken iu any
nart 0, the town.
Office: Front corner room at the Court
houao. do-, till
j. lkyik, Eureka. i. rision, San Francisco
LEVIN & SIMON,
lUI'ORTKRS AND DKALKR8 IN
CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY
CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS,
ETC., ETC.
Mnlo Ntreet, Eureka. Nevailn.
ni _
AMERICAN HOTEL
LODGING HOISE,
CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STS..
MUM. JON. UIIKRS, l»H»l'RIETR*S.
Fornioily of the Montana ilouae.
splIIS COMMODIOUS LODGING
1 house is now thrown open to BublkJEdr
iiiitrouaire. NKAT. CLEAN, W ELL .Tl i
N I'll Kl> and well vcntlliit >d rooms and gu <1
comlortablo beds. PitICES REAStOAbi.E.
| CALL ALD INSPECT.
HOTELS, ETC.
TURNER HOUSE,
Mouth Main Street. Eureka. Nevada.
B. J. Turner, Proprietor.
Having again assumed Busi
ness at my old stand, I bug leave to in
form the public that 1 am propared to ac
commodate all who may favor me with their
patronage, and would assure them that it will
aguin be brought back to its former well
known standard. Old customers are re
spectfully invited to return, and they will re
ceive every possible attention.
THE KWOMM
Are large, well furnished and comfortable.
THE TABI.EM
Will, at all times, be supplied with the best
the market affords.
THE BAR
Will be constantly supplied with the choicest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Charges reason
able.
B. .J. TURNER, Propr.
Eureka, August 2S. 1871. au'iklf
SILVER BRICK HOTEL,
South Main stroet, Eureka.
WM. CULLEN, - - Proprietor.
flMlE BEST MEALS TO BE OBTAINED
J in the State can be had here for fifty
cents.
Is stocked with a superior artielo of Whis
kies, Brandies, \V ines. Liquors and Cigars,
.or 1U', j cents.
BuS' Come, try the Silver Brick.
jo3 WM. GILLEN.
MOCH’S.
r WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY
JL friends in Ktireka and Ruby Hill, and the
public in general, that 1 have leased the
Parker House Restaurant,
And will open the sume on
Miiutlay. the 28th of February.
As a First-Class Bating-house
Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and
assuring mv friends and the public that 1
will do ull in my power to please.
MLS. JNO.A. MOCH.
Piocbo Daily Record copy. fe£>-lni
PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE.
North Main Street, Eureka.
Formerly Cornucopia Restaurant.
FRANK SWENSSON. PROPRIETOR.
Having fitted ip the finest
lodging establishment in town. I am ore
paired to furnish rooms in suit or single. The
house i« fitted up »II new, th • rooms are ear
peted, the beds are spring, the bouse is nvut
and airy.
Recharges Reasonable."Stl
Try the
PACIFIC 1IOFME.
fe-l-l m
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
MAIN STREET. EUREKA.
D. H. HALL.PROPRIETOR.
MTIIK IT'TEllNATIONAL HOTEL
is still kept by l>. 11. HALL in first
class style, fspsfyin* all patrons; and
in !■ astern Nevada tho aecojtJiodaiions can
not be excelled.
THE VERY BEST BEDS
ar.d finely furnished ROOMS, by the night,
week or month. apb
J. L. Htitv KI.KY. J. H. LOCK H OOP
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA, NEW
Hinckley &. Lockwood, Proprietor*.
rpilE Koomk Ai.E SPACIOUS AND
X supplied with Spring beds throughout.
THE IIAK
Is furnished with the finest Liquors and
t ignis that cun be purchased.
A tirat-t'lnMM Heelniirant oil the
First floor.
Tho Palisade, Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and
boluicct Stages, all stop at this House,
jlt-nlti
The Pioneer Restaurant, -
Opposite J. S. \\ bitton's Stone £toro, Mi
Street, Eureka.
QUO. P. LUNDGEEP
11/ILL 1IE PLEASED TO SEE ALL 111.
YY old friends at his house at any time.
At the PMKKEEtt they will find
The Tables Supplied
with all the delicacies that can be obtained,
and the i ioneoi (<11411 be an well kept any
lieHtaurunt tit Eureka.
(live me a call und see how entirely you wil!
bo suited. jel7
ANTELOPE RESTAURANT
S. W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor,
MATS STREET, EUREKA, KEV.,
Two doors above tho Silver Brick Hotel.
rplIE ABOVE RESTAURANT
I having been entirely reno
vuted and refitted, fho proprio
tor asures the public t lint lie will *'\J~ wr ~
spare no pains to merit u fhuro ot tlteir pat
ronage,
jatl-tf
BOARDING-HOUSE,
—ox—
BI BY HIM.. NEVADA.
Mas. BRIDGET KAVANAUGH* ~
takes this mettiod of infornrftASWk
log her friends thut sho will uecom
min to boarders on tho most r uson- “ *
able terms,
AND WITH GOOD BOARDING,
At her houso on Hu by llill, in this county.
BKIDUE’i KAVANAl till.
March Ktb. 1&75. mhH-lni
Notice.
Having engaged the cklebhat
ed Confectioner, llcrr Von Bismarck,
wo offer to our friends and tho public tho besI
of hoiue-iiindo broad.I ios. Cukes, plain or ; r
nnmcntnl, for Weddings, I artios, i alls 01
I umilies, ou hand or to order on the shortosi
notice. MUCH.
mhU-tf
MISCELL A NEO US.
HIRAM JOHNSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
-AND
Provisions!
Butter and Eggs a Specialty.
Clilcaico Hants an<l Breakfast Bacon,
sugar cured, always on hand.
nvTwo doors north of Dan. Morgan's, on
Main street. apltf
Nevada Market,
JOHN WILLFORD • - PROPRIETOR
Month Main Street, Eureka, Nev.,
Adjoining the Nevada Stables,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
Butcher, dealer in all
kinds
—OF—
Freak Meats, Beet; Mutton, Veal,
Lamb au.l Pork.
Whole, Half ot Quarter, at Lowost Kates.
SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT
Always on band. Orders carefully attended
to. fiS-tf
FULTON MARKET.
JOSEPH YANINA, Proprietor,
South Main Street. Opposite New Odd Fel
lows’ Hull,
IlfOULD RESPECTFULLY AN- tBBM
,T nonnee to the public in gen- I/*
eral that he will keep constantly on
hand, at the above mimed Market, buUi at
wholesale and retail, tile choicest of
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Also on hand, French, English and Italian
SAUSAGE, DRIED BEEF, BOLOGNAS,
etc., etc.
UsrTown and County Orders promptly at
tended to.*w«
Prices reasonable. JOS. VANINA.
THOMAS MURPHY,
— THE —
PIONEER BOOT-MAKER,
Will make to ardor
The Best French Calf Top Sole
sewed Boots,
FOR FIFTEEN DOLLARS!
Pegged Boots, Thirteen Dollars
HE ALSO KEEPS ON HAND A LARK'
assortment of his own make, from h.s
shop in San Francisco.
aa Cull ami llxnmiiie my Work.-sa
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
dI2-tf
BRITISH MILLING & MINING Co.
LIMITED.
NOTICE-J. It. OSBORNE, HAVING
been appointed Superintendent of the
company’* businc**, he alone is authorized to
make contract* and pnreha.ee*, or ineur an>
iiidobtcdue** on behalf of the t’omi any.
THUS. \V.TAN HUH,
Agent l.ritisb M. & M Company (limited).
I into Mill, Kurcka, Goto be* ^-Uh, 1874.
o-7- law
F. LOE WY
Begs to inform iiis
friends that he has lion e lit
ihe agency oi J. H. MICHAEL
fur all the
Kaslcru I’aia-rs. PrriiHlIcals, Maga
xin«M anti ITiiliioii Books,
And is prepared to deliver thorn to his sub
scribers at their place of residence
FREE OF C HARO E !
OFFICE, at G. Young’*Gunsmith Shop, j
ext to Moyer* and Franklin’s. *1*17-0
SAJI. FRIEDMAN,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Dealer in New andSenond-IIandUoods.
Tinware, Hardware, Glassware,
CROCKERY,TOBACCO, CLOTHING, BED
DING, FURNITURE, BOOTS AND
SHOES, MINERS’TOOLS, ETC.,
Throe doors above Woodruff Jc Ennor’s Stage
Office. Main street. Eureka. jy7-tt
Eureka Drug Store!
Where can be found

Fresh and Pure Medicines,
Patent Medicines of all Kinds,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
OF ALL KINDS.
Careful attention given to the preparation of
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS,
Having had n practical I- non-ledge in tkialiu
lor more than twenty-live years,
apj'tf K. J. SOHNEII>ER. Pruggist
J. B. LANGSTROFF,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Next Door to Iiiteruntlooal Hotel,
MAIN STREET, EUREKA,
l
of the linoet Casimero?, Ifroadclotiia, r>ca\»*i>,
Ventings, Ac., which he in prepared to
| make up in the latent fashion and at
I PRICES THAT WILL SUITTHETIMES.
I Kbw-rf
MISCELI. A NEO US.
NEW FURNITURE STORE!
Meyer? Sc Franklin’s old Building, by
Charles W. Schwamb.
rj'HE HARDEST AND BEST SELECTED
J stock of furniture ever brought to No,
vndu. Having procured all my goods direct
from the manufactory, 1 cun soil at
San Francisco Prices!
HANDSOME PARLOR SUITS
-AND
WALNUT CHAMBER SUITS,
Spring and Hair Mattresses,Feather
Pillows and Bolsters, Bed Linen;
Brussels and Ingrain Carpets;
Shades, Pictures and Mirrors;
Stair Carpets;
Vases and Ornaments, Toilet Sets;
Dining-room and Kitchen Furni
ture Complete, etc.
Comprising in all, a desirable line of goods
specially adapted lor tbo holiday season, to
be sold without reserve, and to which l call
the attention of the trade.
Agent, for Nevada, of Fishback’s
Patent Bed-Spring Lounge.
'l'ho Latest Novelty.
Wall Paper
Of all Kinds;,
Decorations, Center Pieces,
Mouldings;
Picture Fiames, in New Designs,
With Metal Lining;
Class, Paints, Oils,Varnishes,
Brushes, etc.
Damask Lace Curtains, Window Shades and
Fixtures, Draperies in Luce,Heps,
Terraco and Silk.
FANCY GOOliiTAND TOYS!
Comprising
Vases, Castors, Fancy Baskets,
Bohemian Glassware,
Dolls, Magic Lanters, Tool Boxes,
Carousals,
Tin Kitchens, Surprise Boxes,
Horsemen,
Willow Coaches, Fancy Boxes,
Sail Boats,
Hobby Horses, Perfumery,
Cradles, Sleds, etc.
dttf C11AS. W. SCHWAMB.
W.P, HASKELL & Co.,
—0----i ^ -
UNDERTAKERS.
t«/-ill kee)' on hand an assokt
TT ment of
Rosewood Caskets of Every Style,
Coffin Trimmings, L.c.
»®~ Funeral* attended to with nromptne?*
and all the arrangements made with care Hnd
attention. Throe doors north of Easton <fc
CVa hank. Main streot.Eureka. tub 18
SHEA, BOCQUEB AZ & MCKEE,
IMPOETEES AND JOBBEES OFi
Wines and Liquors
SORE At. IMS FOB
GOLDEN AND TEA KETTLE WHISKIES
Corner Front and Jackson Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
aukbShka, )
A. BoitiUUKA*. >
it Mi Kkk. J anl8
L. I'OWKRS. B. W. WII.COX. B. B. CUTTfcB
It. POWERS dtCO.,
Importer* and Jobbers in
Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
73 FRONT STBlil.T,
iell-tf SACRAMENTO. CAL
Ranch, Cattle and Town Property
FOR SAIiE,
Ten miles Norm of eureka,
known as ** 1>1( K11 AM'S KANCH
is suitable for a vogetublo ami dairy ranch.
1 ive acres are under u good i iuket fence, and
live acres more under cultivation. Corrals,
milk-house, and stone dwelling; containing
seven rooms; forty head ot Cattle, and farm*
ing and dairy utensils; two horses and two
sets of harness. Siitficient rang© for eight
hundred head of cattle, with a never-failing
stream of running water.
Alsofur sale, a house suitable for a bou'd
ing-houso or saloon, situated near tie City
Hay Yard, in Eureka. Ill© above will be
I sold either together or separate, cheap for
cash. Apply to 8. W . BECKHAM,
At the Antelope Restaurant, Eureka.
mhO-lm
Pancake Fire Brio;,
* OF THE BEST QUALITY,
For' Stile CJlieap I
INQUIRE 0E
fell JOHN k. CAFROX.

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