Newspaper Page Text
EUREKA DAILY SEKTIML. 1
FINE JEWELRY!! -FOK HOLIDAY PRESENTS. HAS Jlisr RETURNED from the Bay City with the . LARGEST AND FINEST a Block of * diamonds, |Watches, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, AND [Clocks, Ever brought to Eastern Nevada before, con . sisting of LADIES’ DIAMOND SETS, PINS, RINGS, EAR-RINGS and STUDS; Pine Gold Chronograph Independent One quarter Race Watcher. The Celebrated Saltzman and Lange Self Winders; the English Stoddard and American Howard, Appleton and Tracy, the Waltham And other well known Gold and Silver Watches, For Ladies and Gentlemen. A very large assortment Ladies’ and Gentle men’s Vest, Guard and Opera Gold Chains; Ladies’ bracelets and Sets ef all descriptions TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. Ho calls especial attention to his large stock of Silver and Plated Ware! Of tha finest quality and workmanship, suit able for Christmas, New Year -ANB LWedding Presents! And every article will be warranted as rep resented. Live him a call and examine bis new stock. His motto is QUICK SALKS AND SMALL PROFITS. N. B.—Watches cleaned and repaired and warranted tor one year, Liamond Settings and Jewelry Made to order; also. Jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. nJltf THE EUREKA AND PALISADE Hall road! HAS BEEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company is now ready to carry pas sengers and freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Train* will run as follows until further notice: Passenger Trains '■eave Eurek a daily at. 3:30 a. n. Arrive at Palisade at.-..10.00 a. s Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Returning: Leave Palisade at. 4:00 p. u. Arrive at bureka at..10:30 p. m. Freight and Accommodation Trains Leave Eureka daily at... 7:00 a. m. Arrive at Palisade at. 3:50 p. n. Leave Palisade daily at. 7:45 a. m. Arrive at buroks at. 5:30 p. a. The Company will deliver freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. By its teams, with care and dispatch and at the lewest rates. n27tf P. EVBBTH. heueral Sap’S. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Wells, Fargo & Co., Main street, Eureka. Connects with the Atlantic sod Pacific Telegraph lines at Palisade. Messages sent to all points on the Pacific Coast and Eastern States. n27tf P. EVERTS, General Sup't j. lkvir. Eureka. i. simor, San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IW CIOARS.TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. ■slaSIresl. Eureka. Nevada al Patronize Home Industry. ^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENOaGED IN TUF Preparation or Pure Java C.ilfhe. He is prepsred to fill orders from all sec tions in quantities from One Pound to One Thousand Founds. Factory on South Main street, nett door to he Turner Hoase. fh-tr SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16,F.& A. M. .A The Smted Communications of E’i I.edge. No. 1H, F. Ji A. M., will held in Masonic iiall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full noon in each month. Called Comt_ jnicationa every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, ate cordially in si 'ed to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. A. EKtrnmcT. Secretary. lVjal2 St. John’i Chapter. No. 5, Royal Arch Masons. The stated communica- «.***» TIOXS ofst. John's Chapter, No. , K. A. M., will be held in MA- i/A'’ SOXlC HALL, on the Second and ^’' Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each monrh, Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Koyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. A. HEN EDICT. II. P. Guo. P. LranouR*. Secretary. nivll I. O. O. F. * FU'REKA LODGE. NO. 22, j moots Every TlIUKiiDA^ EVEN*'NO, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock P. x. All .nembers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. A. K. TITUS. X. (1. Bksj. C. Lkvt, Secretary. 10-au7 lV. Oi l3*. Beatific eodck. Wo. t. k. or p., hold regular conventions every MON DAY EVENING, at 7:30 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in the new Masonic Hall. All sojourning members in good standi g are cordially invited to attend. W. H. DAVENPORT. C. C. A. G. Sif ETSI5GKR, K. of K. and.S. Evreka. Nev., Jan. 23 .1K75 ia23-tf I.C. OFR.C. STAR OF HOPE ENCAMPMEKT, NO. 12, Meets eveky fhitmy evening. in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o’clock. Ie gree meetings every Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. W. A. DUHIiKY, Eminent Command! r J. II. pAgrop:. W. S. <26 jSL. m O ■ JtdL «| 1'UEA.O. H. nipvt every first and third &ATITKD ' V EVEMNU of ea^n month, at 8 o'oclock. Jt th© corn©r of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THOS. HALEY, Prtjaidor*. Jkrfmiah Sullivan. Secretary. au7 Rehekah Charity Degree. I.O.O.F. r|’HK REGULAR MEETINGS OF Till I Rebekah Charitv In-gree Lodge, 1,0. O. F„ will be held until further notice on tht first and third FRIDAYS of each month. Hour of Meeting, 8 o'clock i\ m. sA-tf BEN.I. C. LEVY. N. G. CARSON L. 0. L„ No. 121, Meets at the m a so .vs iiael, ec: reka, on the First and Third Wednes days of each month, at 7 o clock p. m. o»»tf fi. C. 1K>LAN1> blaster. EUREKA GUARDS. S ATTENTION. COMPANY! $ h h Regular meeting for drill ev ery THURSDAY EVENING, at T o’clov.i sharp. myl-tf L. It. KEI.EY, Captain. T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE -TO TYBO AND BELMONT! LEAVES EUREKA EVERY FOUR DAYS. Office in Eureka with SNETSIXGEU A HENDERSON. West Mein street. s2 United States Mail Line BEIWE2N AUSTIN AND EUREKA. I/OUB-HOUnSE COACHES, CARRY I No . passengers and W olls, 1 urgo ,V Co.’s Ex press, connecting at Austin wuh the stage to the railroad, and making close connection at Eureka with W oourufl and Ennor's line to Hamilton. Stages leave Eureka every Tuestlay, Thurs day and Saturday morning, at ti o'clock. Stages leuve Austin on tVednesuny, Eriday and Monday mornings, at d o'clock. iXt* llissengers by this line will bo furnish ed excellent nteals at tne W illows Station, whero ample time will be given tor dinner each way. J. A. W'llkSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka. 4-elw J. L. liinrxLKY. Agent. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELECRAP. MONEY ORDERS. 1’ll IS COMPANY 1S~PREPARED TO transmit money by telegraph to all points < n the Pacitie Coast, and to all nrinci l>al cities and towns throughout the United States. E'er terms, apply to Local Agents. leS-tf _ NOTICE. COUNTY AUDITOR’S OFFICE,I Evrkxa Co., Nkv„ December 1, 1875. j VTOTK K IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT il the delinquent list of State and County Taxes of Eureka county, Nevada, for the year 1875, has this day bion deposited with the District Attorney of said coounty. and that unless the dolimi*<ent taxes therein specified are paid to the Treasurer and ex officio Tax Receiver ot said county within twenty days from date hereof, suit will be commenced by the ltietrict Attorney tor the collection of said taxes and costs. K. I-. CHASE, d2tf County Auditor. FOR SALE. rrtilE BGARPING-HOUSEOF MRS. KAV 1 anagh, on Ruby Hill, containinit 1H rooms, besides a cellar and pantry, 2-1 boil* and from fifty to fixtv regular hoarders, beside* quite an amount of transient custom. The above property will he sold cheap for cash, or note well secured^ KAVANAGH. Rubv Hill, Nov. 20.1875. n20lf MINING TAX. Notice is? hereby given that the taxes on the timesed* ol the mine* of Eureka county for tho quarter ending September SO. I875,are now duo and payable at my office, and that the law with regard to the collection of the aanse will be strictly en forced. J- Jj. DOW ELL. County A*ses*or of Eureka county. Eureka. Nevada. Not. 8. 187. nUtdee* M1SCFLI. A SF.O ITS. NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM R. SADLER & CO.. Eureka, Nevada* Branch Store, Hamilton, Nevada. rplIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OKGEX I oral Merchandise in the State can be found at R. SADLER & CO’S, In the Building formerly occupied by OBERFELDER & HARRISON AND WILL BE SOLD AT The Xiowest Possible Prices. Mining Companies, Miners, Far mers, Country Merchants, Restaurant Boarding House-Keepers, Fami lies, and Others Buying Good*, will find it to thoir advantage to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. OUR STOCK or CI.OTIIING, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Cannot bo surpassed. Customers can rely on air and libertl dealing. Goods delivered in Eureka and ita vicinity free of charge. AGENTS for the California Powder Works, Hercu les, Blasting, Sportinp Powder |ind Fuse. ALSO, KOK BARB'S WIRE F E !* » E __ RE AL ESTATE — A*!>— COLLECTION OFFICS —or— C. C. WALLACE, AIM O' EX Eli A L /; V SIS ESS A O EX T, Real Estate Bought and Sold. Ofliceiu the Corner Saloon finiSd Cor. of Main and Clark sts., Eureka, Nev. I AM NOW PREPARED TO ATTEND TO transactions in Ileal Estate and Co i lee* lions in th<* Stale of Nevada, with prompt ness and dispatch: attention aiv-n to Pow ers of Attorney; returns promptly made ii. all cases. REFERENCES: JOHN A. PAXTON A Co,Bankers, Eu D. 11. IMM EL k Co, Bankers. Eureka. N ev. JOHN w. SHAM7, President Jackson M. Co., San Francis'o Cal. HENRY DuNNi.LLY Sup’t Eureka Cor. M,Co.t Eureka, Nev. JOHN K. PLATER, Sup’t Atla* M. Jr ». Co., Eureka, Nev, R. RICKARD. Sup’t Richmond M. M. Co., o Nevada, Eureka, Nev* W. ,S K EY Ed, Supt’ K K Con. M. Co*. Eureka, Nev. TIIO.S. WREN, AttorLey at Law, Eu reka, Nev. A. M. H1LLH0USE, Attorney at Law, Eureka, Nev. ©22__ Wholesale Liquor House '• III niilUun'i KIIIIM' linIMlili;. Main Street. Kiirekn, Having jest keti:kei> kkom the East, after imrchaaing a large ami SELECT STOCK OK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 1 hid competent of not only competing with the Eureka merchants, but alike with San Francisco travelers. 1 will also be able to furnish salooon-keepers with C i* o n 1< 15 e e i* } On and aOer J line 1st I say nothin; but whut l um willing to ■ gm.rmiteo. COME A\I> SEE FOR YoMt SKLF. HENRY KIND, Proprietor, jelb-myti DR. W. A. SPINKS, ELECTRO-MAGNETIC AND 11YGIENIE PHYSICIAN. Spring Street, a bo e ('apt. Hater’s residence’ IDO NOT PROF E*S TO RE ENDOWED with superuat' rul lualng powers, or to perform any unfathomable mysteries; but with the laws of Nature, common sense and experience as my guide, i seek the most etti carious remedies adapt'd to the tempera meat and condition ot* the patient. 1 make a specialty o all diseases peculiar to f.-males and children; old chronic cas. s which have defied iho power of drug.; nasal catarrh, bronebites, colds and all diseases ol the lungs; private diseases of all kinds and in every stage; rheumatism; neuralgia, dys pepsia. etc. I also propose to relieve ail per sons of the effects of bad whisky, ami oil without the use cl poisonous drugs, balks o’ all kinds. Charges reasonable. sp'ifd A. SPINKS. AEADIE’S WHOLESALE LIQUOR ESTABLISHMENT. Duel Street, ----- Eureka, Nevada. I TAKE Tills METHOD OK INFORMING the public that notwithstanding 1 have quit the retail business, I still continue my WHOLESALE liquor establishment, having removed m.y otiice to the RRlcK Ill’ll. 1> 1NG Ironting on ltuol street. The finest liquors in quantity, and easo goods in great variety constantly on hand, at living rates. 1 also hold myself in readiness todou gen* eral comractirg business. The highest cash prices paid lor checks, coal receipts, and gets* paper. suMt FRANK ALiADlE. Ms A I, H* A.Mtw, OF ALL DESC’KIP j tiona, prit d to order at tha SEN TIN EL Ottica. M TSCEL L A NEO US. CROCKERY, SILVER-PLATED WARE. Crockery, Silver-plated Ware. Crockery, Silver-plated Ware. — Crockery, Silver-plated Ware. Crockery, Silver-plated Ware. Crockery. Silver-plated Ware. NEW IMPORTATIONS AND FINE STYLES. JUST RECEIVED BY W.P. Haskell & Co n.'ltf K. J'ABLER & CO. Eureka, Nevada, -and— Hamilton, Nevada, ARK THE AVTlKiKIZED AGENTS TO take fire risks at regular rates in the fol t'ollowing companies: London Assurance Corporation, Crop* A Co.* tl* neral Agents. British American Assurance Com pany, St. Louis Insurance Company, R. B. Irwin A Co.. General Agent8. Humboldt.Nc-wark, N. J., Insurance Company, Citizens , of Missouri, Insurance Company, Mississippi Valley, of Memphis, Tennessee, New Orleans Insurance Company, Farnsworth A Clark,General Agents i _o2Mf_ HAIR-DRESSING SALOON -AND BARBER’S SHOP. In the Barker House. _ Berry & Clary, - - - Proprietors. None tut the ekst workmen em ployed and satisfaction guarranteed in every instance. ill ti WHITE PIKE SALOON. In Whittlin’* “Amoriiun Ilutel” UitiMin*, Jlaic Street, Eureka. T. J. MYERS. - - - Proprietor. BEST MQCOES AND CIOAHS TO HE j procured will be furnished lo customers, | and the ta bitch ment Will to ail r» * recta be ' kept as a FIRST-CLASS SALCON. C. W. M VKIIKR will have the w'lj.nrir t *ndi*nre of the bar. Mint LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Stable.! C. C. CARPKNTKR. H. HISHol' i BISX20P & CARPENTER. CfOl 1B MAIN - 11 EOT, N KARL? OPPO O site the Turner House. Eureka. We have recently purchased a number ot elegant turn* outs and a lot oi tine «addh-horses, and an prepared to furnish ( AKlilAtf K>. Ill 0(1 IKS and SADDLE ilUK."E> at reasonable rates. Horse* boarded by tho day, week, or mouth. Hay and Parley or sale. Ky fair-dealing, good stock, and strict p* tenticn to business, we hone to secure a fan share of nntronuge. ai<7tf EUREKA STABLE CORRAL AND HAY YARD. North Matin street, adjoining the Foundry. 'IM1E NEAREST AND MOST CON- ^ 1 veni nt to the Railroad Doi»ot. 1 \ h«vo returned to th • obi -rued, which i have great'y improwd, and am now prejar d to FEED STOCK ON THE PREMISES, Or deliver hav and barley in lot* to suit, ut uny juirt of the town, a< trie LOWEST CASH KATES, As I intend to carry on a regular business in tho*o coinluoditicM. dlltf W. M, SHIPLEY. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery IN THE STATE ! —TH K— Fashion and the Dexter! Two Complete KHtnl'IluhniPiilo ONDEH ONE MANAGEMENT! SADDLE HOUSES, BUH gioa, Carriagea, ltockn witya, Wngona, etc., in emJloaa variety! Horses Bought and Sold ! And a general livery business conducted in all ot iis branches. Having obtained u permanent leas© of the Fashion Stable—Walsh** old stand—I trill in the tuture run the same in eonneetiou with the Dexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, both establishments will be open for busi nes* day and night. '1 he finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand, (iivo me a call. 8\\ KENKY. il-Vtf F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, rOfcTOlUt'E. EUHEKA. WATCHES AND CLOCKS HE PaIKED with neatnes* an \ dispatch, All kind* of hard polder jew ry ► work dune in worknjanlike manner Fliw-Muuuliutf in the latest sty •, N. B.—I’articular attention to all watch [ work. mmI sa till action guaranteed <in HOTELS, ETC. jvToch’sT. IWOflsP KESPECTFl'LLY INFORM MY friend* in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and the public in general, that I have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will open the same on Nuntlay, the 28th of Febrnary, As a First-Class Bating-house Hoping to rocoivo a share of patronnge, and assuring mv friends and the public that I will do all in my power to please. M Its. JNO. A. MOTH. Piocbe Daily Record copy, fe23-lm PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. North Main Street, Eureka. Formerly 4 «>rmi<'»|>ia Kentnnrniit. FRANK SVVENSSON. PROPRIETOR. AVI NO FITTED IP THE FINEST lodging establishmentin town. I am pre ■ed to furnish rooms in suit or single. The house is fitted up all new, the rooms are car peted. the beds are spring, the bouse ia neat and airy. Otf't'hurges F.oasonubIe."%« Try the PtriFK! II OISE. _fet’t-l ni_ Hurrah for the Railroad!. BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals, 37 12 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. and after November, 1. 18T>, the above prices will be charged nt the silver Prick. o’JItf WM. <4! ELEN, Proprietor. TURNER HOUSE, kotitli Main Hlreel. linrekM. .\eva<la. W. T. Perry, Proprietor. Having i.kaskuthe ai ovk wei.i. known establishment. I beg Ivive to in form the public that 1 am preoar t to ao •••uii. r.iatc a.1 \rh<> a.av favor me with their » atior »git. 11 will he tiro cm 't tiit endcav -r • 1 > rvr i>ersvn connect’d with ■ In* house to enhance the com o t and con v.-nienco of th»* guests, itit«i with the feci, ties possessed i have n*» hesitation in pro 1-in.' us good ac c« mniodatiai.s in e,.r> respect as are fur nished at uny hotel in the Mute. TilK ItOOHk Are large, well furnished and comfortable. THE TAIII.I..N Will, at all tunes, be supplied with the best the market aflords. THE IIAU I s ow ned and direct* d by I . J. Turner, and will be ooUKlunti} supplied with the choicest *\ in**s. Lhjuors an*! < t^ars. t barges reasonable. Kurts*. a. Dec. 12. 1*7*. dlitf immtlOSAL HOTEL MAIN STREET..EUREKA, NEV. j Wlrs. D. H. HALL, P.-opriotress. 4 rro.MMon.vri<i> s t‘\-i iasskdin /\ K:.ru«». hiiKmit ami »i it n i :i!iiru rooms. A Tine Eininj Hall In connection wiih tho edsbliuhtsi’Bt THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL 'EUS t\»»r«ers wi ll the Kurd a aid i a Pad© Pail- | road on th.* arrival h* d nr: :r** • f frai. • • *»?? ‘tig««r* r, r v» vi «1 from th «l*pot to tb< lutcricitioiail liot' l I" KK of charge. _nlOUf_ J. I*. HIM. KLKY. 1. H. Lo« k *r>Oi PARKER HOUSE, KI l:KKA, NEV. Hinckley &. Lockwood, r*royrietor« »pii»: noons A'i: si*.a< i< i < ,am> 1 nuppitrd with Spring Pod? throughout. Tin; bah Is furnidied with the fin *d Liquors and ( igars tbs4 can he* i*ur■ h»«*,d. A I Jh‘*>iiuiniut on list* I ir«l I loor. ffh« Pali«ade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and lielmont Mitgo?, ail «o»p at thin ilouso. _Jll-otd__ The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. 8. "Litton** Stone Store, Main Street, Kuroka. GEO. P. LUrJUGXlEDT ttriLi. uk i*i.i. a>i i) id ski: all ms f f old fri nd? at hi? house at any nine. At the PIOKKfr.K ihe> will find The Tables Supplied with all the del iconic? that ran he obtained, and the I ioneei shall be a? well kept a? any Keotaurant in Kureka. t»ive m© a call and so© bow entirely you will be Hinted. j©17 EUREKA MOTEL. main street,.ei reka.nev. Mrs. Lucy Young, - - Proprietress. murermr accommodations to any kJ Hotel in the town. Spacious*, elegant and well ventilated rooms, Mingle and up unite. A First-class Restaurant In connection with the Hotel. The depot COACH KS and ’Bl'SSKS will convey passengert* to and from the Hotel, ; upon th ■ ariival and d purture of trains. _ ngltf_I EVANSTON HOTEL. C. II. KOBINSOJf, o. A. ROMNSOIf, ROBINSON BROS., -- Proprietors. litauNUm, Uyoiipeg. Having lhasko iiTe: arovk naim d house, we shall <ndouvdr to run li *a u t Ah»S'J-CLA^A H<>1 A FINE SAMPLE ROOM For the accommodation of comuercial men. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. n2l<iim Give us a call. The Best Board In Town! PER WEEK, $7. A T Iv 1Z 31 P’S, Opposite the Richmond l urnuco. _ ilf I*»B ■•KIMTINUOr A I, I. KINDS, KX •> euutod with dispatch Bl tho^sENTINEE Printing Olhs* SA LOONS. THE SAZERAC SALOON M UK STRKKT, ErRKKA, 1 KMITII A «’0.. PK<»l»KItrroR« REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of tho most attractive olae.. Eureka. The Billiard Parlor Attached to the 8AZEHAC, is the finest hu most imi"ro'ved* tablei?t**niD*the oewe,t U4 The Lunch Stand, WJI. JI'RI, I’rop'r, ’ A ttaehed to the 8AZEHAC, is neatly fitted „„ and the finest lunahes, with IlfiT' CtiEwii AN 1> TEA, can always be obtained. DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! my-SMt EL DORALO SALOOnT Main Street, Eureka, Two fleer* Above Pitxton A Co’ It wills. tiMiissPACiors and well appoint 1 Cd saloon has recently been >hwr,.„sh I remodeled and refitted. eomi>rtHin§ SPLENDID NEW BILLIARD TABLES AND TWO TEN-l’IN ALLEYS. * Also Large and Comfortable CLUB ROOMS. L AO EH UKKK. from th > hhiladelrbii lirewury, >an I ranct to, re«n ived inch everr week, f amilies ton li'-d in tjuantitie, to suit by leaving orders at the El Dorado, I. very tin i >k tirt-i la*?. -ITrf .1, B. a .1. S. WHITTON, !’r..|’r#> SILVER BRICK SALOON. Dave Rosenberg,-Proprietor. '1MU-: 01.1> STAND H AS IIK.KX REMOI). I eled and will horeaft* r be conducted as* FIRST-CLASS O HUMAN S A LOOK, on the San Francisco «tyle. While 1 have reduce l the price gf liquors and cigar* to 1J <!.;■<, I *hall di“ien«e the .■'AMbyl ALii\ of both thitt 1 bare here to It* re. » *.! xtantlv on band to eerve to eunta mer«: U i haliMfher, Sc bln ken. California ir.d Or kon iiatna; Wien r Knack Wnr#ol\ and Ltdugnn a “age; ; tnoked Ruffido Tongta*; Cig’aPeet: Sh*H»i> Tonvoea; >atdinoe: hubl “ter*; ilollantii- hc Herring; Sard->lcn. An vhovioa, Neine Aoven, Schw**i/.»r « ««•*, Liti i» irger, (irwuer K t auter Case; hup-dan tar. mr, etc., etc. A apecialtjr made of all kind* of FRESH OYS'I Ki.S. PRIVATE ROOMS for partia*. Leer and Li-juor« acr ed at fable*, Ml SiC fcVKRY KV KN lNO, »cp2MI ARCADE SALOONl W. S. UOI,AIJX>, Pro'r, South Alain Street, J ureka, Xtvad«. 'JMIE PF.sT! ft'ES, TIJE VKKY BDTT.OV V* liir», !,ii|i:ursaii<: 4 lignin ra»s^d over the AilCADK FAR, —rvi TWELVEE end a HALF CENTS! dl7-tf W. S. DOLl.Nk v. a. r id. j . t . Url * X V A Ns. A*«cu H v H I Wok . ) POND. REYNOLDS l CO., Importer* and Jobbers of TCXIUXS AIM X» LIQT20S.S, 212 l. aiilomta St., san k raneieej. * ir Sole Agent* for Pacific t oast for (1.0. Rlak e*e Honrnon Count v Whiskies, «H.tf FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. ^y HOLE.-ALE AM) RETAIL DEALER Pine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kind* of S’oda Drinkj», flavored with the following LX 1 mCi<S,coiifUU)lly on band: 'arii*t ariila. Shi-rrbet. Pear, Lnak berry, Aiubrotda, Org it. Lemon, Po«e, N •• tur, • raoue. Milk Porch, Look. \ amlla, let* Cream, Claret, (linger, Ci ff.« ( r* hiii. Mint, >ti a>s berry, ( Uo'lata cream* atawba. lino Apple, (Incian Lend, Wild Cherry Kaxpberry and Don’t! an*. IIEIwO and CLUS ROOMSl Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-mb 14 I* u 1 u c e Saloon, Fast Mainptreat, South ot W ell*. largo A Co. U TUCK U.ARK. Proprietor, Has fitted ri*. in the iieststvi-e. the above Saloon, where he will *e®P only the rhoicoPt brand* of Liquor* and Ci gar*. Call and be ooimneed. .. Eureka. Nov. ltt. 1*71. novM-tt BILLIARD* I isa coaasi HAS Jl'ST RECEIVED NEW im.UAKD TABLES, with l>elany‘a Latent Cushion*, and is to be kept an A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TllACl!EH,\ proprietors* CLAY SIMMS, ) a plft EUREKA FOUNDRY. l. c. Aar»BR8®w' Having purchased the enorKU ty known as the Eureka toundryi now prepared to furnish mill*, furnaces, with Canting, of All Dcwfiptioni i aUo. Machine Work. W Orion from Austin, Iloluioat. Ilninil ion, and Mineral 1UU solicited and bl >d *1L ilisnauh. All work liming .nm loumliy ,ju aKA.NTKKD. aud on the most ronsuiial'la term#. Orders left at t he(ound^'jr uJ l° Eure.* Foundry, Eureka, Will rmir, prompt attontioa.