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MORNING. DECEMBER 6. 1876 NO. 4
eureka daily sentinel.
, fUSUSHKD EVERY MORNING (EXCEPT MONDAY)
— BY—
CASSIDY A DENNIS.
! JOHN H. DENNIS. OEO. V. OASSIDY.
TEHMf* OK Sl'BSCKIFTION:
(te»«oPT.ono year, by mail....SO 00
Anecopy, fix month?, by mail.... b 00
Dnacopy, three months, by mail . 5 00
No paper? forwarded until paid for.
SOCtfiTlJC*.
Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F. & A. M.
Tfct wtote<i l onamumeauons oi r,u
reka Lodge, No. 1«, F. A A. M., will
held in Masonic Hall, on every
Saturday on or j*rocetiiiiK the full
noon in earn rouBin.
Ca Hod Conic; .inicationi ivory Saturday
1 F M arii£er« of »i“ter loflrer, and eojoornlns
brethren in food atandina. ate cordially in
I vt ‘ed to attend.
r JOHN GILLESPIE. W. M.
FF. Johjihoic. Secretary. 15-jalJ
St. John's Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch
masons.
npH K ST A T KI * COM Ml J NIC A
I T10N8 of St. John’s Chapter, No.
,% *. A. M., will be held in MA
► i»NIC HALL, on the Second and
Fourth WEDNESDAY EVE.M.\<o of each
month, (’ailed Communications on ail other
Wednesday ovenings.
All Koval Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
T>. K. DAILY, II. I*.
IV. WKBMUTH, Secretary. myl4
lx. Of 1».
Beatific i.oik.i; j*o. 7, K.«r 1*.,
holds it* regular conventions on every
VKIHAY EVENING of each month,
a* 7:^0 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hull, in
odd Fellow’s Hull. All sojourning mem
bers in good standing ara cordially invited
to attend.
W. H. HAVEN TOUT. C. C.
F.. If. Doi-cft, K. of R. and 8.
Evreka. N ev., .1 uly. 20, 2V. tf
I. O. O. JF\
fUREKA L01H3K. >0.
jj j njrt'*t* Every Till1 K*$DA V
EYEMNU,
IN ODD FELLOWS' ZIALL.
At 8 o'clock r. M. All .comber* in rood
standic, arc cordially invite*! to attend.
THUS. I. AS PHY BK, N.O.
Laxxpkt Molixm.i.i, >wr«tirr. ld.jjr.0
A. O. II.
flMIEA.O. H. Hit*>t every first and third
I > A’l l’UD.A Y KY KM*N(i of ouch month,
at S o’oelock, dt the corner of Clark and
Monroe street*, until further notice.
TIIOS. HALEY'. Prefidept.
P. F. Sri.**!1:. Secretary. av7
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121.
'IMU’. XKUl’LAK MUKI1M.S Ob THIS
I Society take place on the hr<*t and third
Monduy* of Wfh month, in Odd Fellow*'
Hall, at 7:-'W o'clock sharp. All Irctknn in
good standmr arc invited to attend.
.o-til .t I 1M AGLY. W. M.
\. ii. M* K>.’«eik, i>oorclary. aui-tj
• 1W» ii i
To the Union unate.
IEW liKNKDIlA! > t.it KKNbllilA!
DR. GIBBON'S DiSPEN
SAUi, .NO. liiii KKAJINV «5T.,
coiiit-r • • f Couuncrriu!, Sun Fran
ciiw o. PrivKMi entrants on ( ooi
morrial i*tr i«t. i'.rLabliithcU ib
l!*H, fur the treatment ut jyexuul aim »>o nii*al
liPMruw'j>ucfc »u tfouorrboa, Ufeot, Stricture,
syphilis in nil it* form*, Seminal Weakness.
1 in potency, «t»'- <»tc. »>kin disease* ot years’
*umdiug. and l Icerated Legs, etc., successful
Ijr treated.
1>K. (HlUlON has the pleasure of mim-un
cing that h«» hat returned from vimuii* the
principal hospitals of Europe, and has re
sumed preettuo*
l ho Doctor has spared neither time noi
BHDoytn seeking out pevr remedies, and hat
returned w ith increased tacili’ios tor the alle
viation of human suffering
.He ill i is a I Mcakiicw.
Seminal emission is tho cot sequence of felt
louse. This solitary vi*'o, or deprav ed aoxua*
indulgence. i* practiced by tho youth of both
sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produo
iu* with unerring certainty the following
tram of morbid symptoms, uqIdm combated
by soientific medical measures, thu: fallow
count manee, dark spots under the eyes, pn»n
in the head, ringing in tb« ears, noise like the
rustling ot leave* or rattling o chariots, un
ca-urn:* about the loins, weakness of the
limb*, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, ditlidonco in approaching «tran
3or*, a didike to form new acquaintance*, a
isposition to *n\in society, lo** of memory
pimple* and various eruption* about the face
h>H*tic flushes, furrud tongue, lortid hreath
tough*, consumption, night sw oat*. monoma
nia, and frequently insanity. U relief bo not
obtained, you should apply immediately, ei
ther m person or by letter, and have u cure
effected hy hi* new and scientific mode ot
treating tni* disease, which never tails of
enacting a quick and rudical cure.
(ttrerl at Home.
at * distance may bo t1 It KU AT
!«»ME, by addressing u Utter to DU. (ilB
stating case, symptom*, length of time
the disease has continued, ami ha\e medicine
promptly torwardod, free troui damage and
tiinosiur, to any part ot the country, with
lull and plain dire'don* for use.
by inclosing Ten Dollars coin in n regie
latter through tho i'ostoffice, or
through Well*. Fargo A Co’*, a package ot
n»"'tic»no will be forwarded to nny part of the
I n ion.
Versons writing to the Doctor w ill please
•tato tho name ot the paper they see this •***
vertHement in.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address D K. J. F. GIBBON,
Box 19o7, San Francisco. California,
ivl lv
Younu’s
CONFECTIONERY!
riATN.J?iK<,VRri'fS, M'TS ANDCOKFEO
rlONtllY nianufii,- red l.y oiyself, at
thu new Confbctiuniry St n e, on
1 he East Side of Main Street, opposite
Meyers if fi‘ran tin's.
No Old Imported Co cctioncry !
All Confectionery Manufactured
by Myself.
I DEFY OPPOSITION.
‘y:R'w M. YtHINtf
W.P, HASKELL&Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
YYMU KRKP ON IIANI) AN ASSORT
” Kent uf
Rosewood Caskots ol Every Style,
Coffiu Trimmings, Etc.
*5®".?UBeruli" attended to with oroiniitneea
*“© *£r®ngeiuentti ma le with* care and
vutV00,* Three doors north of Paxton A
■ Imnk. Main atreot ftiirako. uahl#
if ISCELL A NKO US.
T II E
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Rail r o a a!
HAS BEENJ
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company i« now rrndy to .carry pas
sengers and freight over the roud*
i
Wfth Regularity and Dispatch.
Trains will run a. fullows until further
notice:

Passrugrr Trains
Loave Eureka daily at. a. m.
Arrive at Pali.ale at.10:00 a. u.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
tteturuiug:
Leave Palisade nt. 4:00 p. xi.
Arrive &t. Kureka at.10:30 r. u.
Irri^iit mid Accommodation Train:
Li««ve Kureka daily at.... 7:<K) a u.
Arrive at Palirade at. 3:50 p. m.
Leave Palisade daily ut... 7:45 a. k,
Arrive at Kuroifu at.... 5:50 p. u.
The Company will deliver freight to
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
By its teams, with care and dispatch and at
tho lowest rates.
n'J7tf I*. KVKRTN, Uenernl
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wells, Fargo &. Co ,
Main street, Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
i fonnmini wllli tlic Hired Alla*,
lie Cable,
j Tor ail Kurcpvun cities and town., and At
j lantic nnd Pacific Telegraph. For all point.
! cast and we.t our facilities for
RAPID TRANSMISSION
ale the be.t in the world.
rr-IUf P. EVERTS. Genernl Sup’t.
GEORGE YOUNG ~
CrunHixxith. and Cutler,
Hkgs to in form the
public that he had re
moved from his old stand, near
the Silver Brick Saloon, to the
opposite fide, on Main street.
n«'Xt ic i'. .imnflfinrj store, where he will be
happy to receive tho patronage of his iormer
oimc'ners. lie also informs the public that
he kin
ro n .s r A x r i. v «* \ ii a \ it
The finest and largest assortment
—o v—
GUNS AND PISTOLS
Of Every Patern.
Also, ammunition, and ovary other article in
the sporting lino.
A largo assortment c.f
Wotten Itolm** « iitJcry, lliitdirrx'
1 h»1h. ( atii'ortiiiwimtle
< ar\ Umori,
And all other goods pertaining to this i- nt
the lowest figures.
Kopuiring done with neatnerr and dispatch,
charge?* reasonable.
Eureka. Feb. 17th. 11<74. folK-tf
S. FRIEDMAN,
DXALKR IN
FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
/ CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A CHOICE
\ lot o{ 1 ainily Groce rial luid Country
Produoe.
Ladies, if you want your husbands to love
you, go to Friedman’s for your groceries, as
ti e following will show:
Ou! say not 1 lovo you, because the molasses
You purchased at Friedman's was golden
oiid clear;
The syrup, tho sugar, ♦he Jolly in glasses,
1 ho crackers, the muck’rel 1 know wereuot
dear.
But when vou came to me with Friedman's
s.uekod salmon.
And showed mo his samples of Limbcrger
choose.
I felt that his claim to be cheap was not gam*
mon,
1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on my
knees. vaUXtf
MINING TAX.
IXTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
' il tho taxes on the proceeds of the mines
of Eureka county for the quarter ending
| Sept, 30,1870. are now due and puyable at
my office, ana that tho law with regard to
the collection of the sumo will bo strictly on
fercul. J. V. POWELL,
Assessor of Eureka county.
Eureka, Nev., Nov. 18, 1»7H. i I .
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
ffMIE l’ATRVERSHlP HERETOFORE
1 existing between Charles (loll and
Joseph Toomey, carrying on the business of
the Capitol Market, North Main stroet, Eu
reka, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be continued by Charles
(loll, who will collect nil outstanding ac
counts ami receipt for tho sumo and pay all
bills against tho luto firm.
CHARLES GOLL.
JOSEPH TOOMEY.
Eureka, Nov, 11, 1876. nlY-liu
NOTICE !
4 LL PARTIES INPEBTED TO PS WILL
/V save themsolvea trouble by immediate
settlement.
N. S. TROWBRIDGE A CO.
Tv bo, Nov. 9. ISTti. nl2tf
office, to order
MI.SC ELL A XEO US.
0. DUNK KH. y. RA PH KL
0. DUNKEL & CO.,
Comer Main and i IitrK Street*
Dealer? in Foreign and Domestic
1> R Y GOOD S.
and cLosmura;
BOOTS, SJKHS. HATS, CATS, KTC..
And Manufacturers of
( ANSIUEItE A\IV WHITE N1IIKTS
turL2-tf
TO V A LI. is authorized to col
furthor notice. au22
New Photograph Gallery!
1*01'IS MO.V4CO, Proprietor.
On South Main street. Eureka. erada<
Mi NEW GALLERY HAVING BEEN
completed, 1 am ready to furnish the
best and
MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES!
To be obtained in Eastern Nevada.
ALL KINDS Of PICTL’KKS are finished
in superior style and with the latest improve
ments of the art.
ENLARGED I*UOTOOKAPHS, reprodu ed
Irom the smallest Miniatures to Lifo Size, are
taken at this Gallery equal to any taken
East or West.
All nagativeft are carefully retouched and
preserved lor future orders,
jel LOUIS MONACO. Artist.
BON-TON SALOON
PIONEER HURDY HOUSE.
W Alt I) I ITY, SEVADA.
fpIE FINEST WINES, LIQUORS
1 and Cirars kept constantly on
hand. All who want a good drink ora
aood eii?ar will do well to call ut the
“Ron-Ton.”
Having engaged four young ladies, my
house being largo ard commodious, I will,
•*n the first of October, open a first-class
llurdy-House, so that all my patrons who are
ond of tripping the light, fantastic toe, and
good music, cun dance to their heart’s con
tent
Hive me n call and be convinced that I
keep the boss house of Ward Citv.
oi-tf MISS ADA Mull DAUNT.
FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY
A LL OF THE KVKMTl KK AT I HE
uV residence of J. C. BROW N,Spring ?treet,
eompri.in* Piano, Picture*. Hook?, Parlor
Furniture, Carpel*, Bed-room Furniture,
Spring him] Hair Mattra.oey, Blanket?, Cur
tair.t, Shade? and Fixtur**, Lining-room Fur
niture, foil »et? of Table Crockery, Glas?
ware and Tableware, Plated Hoods, I»e?k*.
■■'owing Machine, Cuke and Fruit Tina, Flour
and t'ugar bin?. Hardening and Carpenter
Tool a. Kitchen Furniture, Ktove Tin?, Table
and Cutlery, Parlor and lied rouui Stove?
and Piping, Stop, Koof and Side Ladder?,
Swim?. Tubs, benches, I>ry llou?e?. Clothe?
Line.? and Pin?, iivo Chickens, Baby Buggy
and Seif-rockinj; ( radio. Canned St ff, etc.,
to he sold immediately for cash. “ If you
don't *«c what you want, ask for it,”
HOl'SE TO KENT.
The hne*t locution in Eureka for u private
boarding-houee. o21-tl
H. 8. TROWJlRlDtifi & 10.,
—DEALERS IX
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
GROCERIES,
Mining Supplies, Gents' Furnish
ing Goods, Etc.
T Y HO, NYE C'OISTY, .Ml A It A
aul-tf
GO TO THE
New Blacksmith Shop
T" get your wt>rk dons.
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES!
J AM PREPARED WITH
* pood stock of material to
do work promptly.
Lieut boggy, wagon-work and painting will
receive ospeeial attention.
Ilarse Mioeii*i£ executed with dispatch,
and satisfaction guaranteed. Ilor*»o aliot*
iiifci, VI.
GEO. L, OTT,
mrSl-tf South Main street. Eureka.
STATE UNIVERSITY,
ELUO NEVADA,
Preparatory Department.
rl MIF FIRST TERM OF THIS SCHOOL
I will begin September -Ifh. Male and fe
male pupils prepared for college, or advanced
further and instructed in the collegiate
brunches. English studies', mathematics
and the uiiclent und modern languages
thoroughly taught. Lessons in music by
a competent teacher. No charge for tui
tion—music extra; also, no charge torroom
rent- Board, fciiO per month, payable in ad
vance, quarterly. For further particulars,
address, 1). K. SESSIONS,
sU-3m Priucinal.
THE NEW STORE.
MRS. M. A. ASHIM,
Corner of Duel and Bateman Streets, Eureka.
I AM IN DAILY RECEIPT OF FRESH
1 OYSTERS direct from Baltimore. Fresh
Fish and Poultry always on hand ami will
now be received daily. Maple and the Silver
Drip Syrups, and a general assortment of
Family Groceries.
For luncheon*, f have Hamburg Sausage.*,
Club Fish, Limburgor Cheese, Potted Meats,
etc. Lots of Fresh Eggs.
o2f»-tf M US. M, A. ASH 1M.
IOU IMCINTIN4 U1 ALL KIM)S. EX
el ecuteri with dispatch at the SENTINEL
printing Office.
MISCELL A NEO OS.
R. SADLER & CO..
j MAIN STREET.EUREKA. NEV.,
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
.
t *
Uoiuln Dflivereil Frc« of Ctmrjfe.
AGENTS FOR
FOREIGN AND HOOTS
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
ALSO FOR THE
California Powder Works, Hercu
les Blasting and Sport
ing Powder.
_ _mar7-tf
D. MAN HE IM.
DEALER IN'
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
-AT
BARON’S BRICK BUILDING
MAIN STREET.
Eureka, Nevada.
_julltf_
NEW GROCERY
AND
Provision Store I
Mrs. a. lee begs to inform
the public of Eureka and vicinity that
she Intends opening business with a choice
selection of
General and Family Groceries and
Provisions,
In her stone building, North Main street, Eu
reka, on TL ESJL>A\ NEXT, November 7th.
Her stock i* all new and well selected and
will be sold as cheap for cash as any in town.
Call and soe her and judge lor yourselves.
_ noS-tf
I MEAN litSUKSS !
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
1 tine a&ortmens of jewely for the
holidays. Also a well selected stock of
SILVER and PLATED WARE, Cuke
nasKet*, y asters, i ickjo anu butter lnsues.
Goblets. Napkin Kings, etc.
My motto is:
QU:CK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repaired in a wcrivwanli o manner, and al]
work guaranteed.
Give me a call. FRANK DURKEE.
d21tf
Dissolution Notice.
V'OTK'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 ’ the partnership in the butchering busi
ness heretofore existing between the under
signed is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. W. II. OSTKRNDOKF.
THOS. HALEY,
G A HR IKL MOKG ENTIN E.
Eureka, Nev., Nov. 7, lti7ti
The above business will be continued by
the undersigned, who will pay all the debts
and oollect all tho hills of the old concern.
THUS. HALEY.
GABRIEL MOKGENTINE.
Eureka, Nov. 7, 1S7C. nS-lm
SOLE TRADER'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that
ANNIE LEE, of tho lown ami county'
of Eureka. State of Nevada, wife of Henry
Lee, intends to make an application to tho
District Court of tho Sixth Judicial District
of tho State of Nevada, in and for the county
of Eureka, on the 9th day of December, A,
D. 187r>, for un order from Court Permitting
her to carry on business in tho said town and
county of Eureka, in her own name mid on
her own account, persuant to an Act ot the
Legislature of the Stale of Nevada, entitled
“An Act authorizing married women to trans
act business in tHeir own names as sole trad
ers; uppro.od Kobruary H, 18t»7. The busi
ness sho intends to carry on is that of keep
ing a general mercbanvliso store, and buying
and selling real and personal property in the
said town and county of Eureka, State of
Nevada,
. ANNIE LEE.
Hiu.housk& Date* port,
no’h tw Attorneys for Applicant.
LAMBERT MOLINELLI,
XJOTAHY H BI.ll- AXDNEAIUII
ER of RECORDS.
Copyist, General Collector and Heal Estate
Agent.
Lcgallaeit ruuientA of all descriptions caie
fully executed.
01EICE In the Law Office of G«>o. W.
Dakar. jy3-tf
MJ8Cm.UA SEOUS.
WM. H. CLARK
• % . / 1 r»
KEEPS
'•i I t 'u ■
EVERYTHBNC !
AT THE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARK STREETS’
E U R E II A ,
NEVADA.
WAG ENT FUR DUPONT AND GIAN1
POWDER.
WM. 11. CLARK.
i Eureka. April 6, I87G. ap6tf
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—THK—
Fashion ami the Dexter!
Two Complete f&tablialivneiits
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! I
RADDLE HORSES, BEG
O Kies, Oarriages, Ro«ka
vays. Wagons. etc., m endless
fariety!
Horses Bought and Sold 1
A nd u general li very business conducted in all
of its branches.
Haying obtained a permanent lease of the
Fashion .Stable—Walsh's old stand—1 will in
the future run the same in connection with
the Dexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Both establishments will be open for busi
ness day and nigbt. The finest stock and
turnouts in America always on hand. Give
me a call. SWEENEY.
jlh-tf
HIRAM JOHNSON.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
[ STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
Provisions
Butter &nd Eggs a Specialty.
Chicago llama mid llreaktast Bacon,
sugar cured, always on hand.
«»»"Three doors north of Clark street, on
Main street. apltf
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
X.. C. AIOBXSOIT,
Having purchased the proper
ty known as the Eureka Foundry, ia
now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.
with
Castings of All Descriptions; also.
Machine Work.
*3^ Orders from Austin, Belmont, Ilamil
ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and tilled with
dispatch. f All work leaving this foundry
GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable
terms. Orders left at the found™, or address
ed to L. C. ANDERSON,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Will receive promot attention. o‘20tf
LIVERY, FEED
AND
sale sta~tole.
C.C. CAKPKNTKH. H. BISHOP.
BISHOP &. CARPENTER.
COUTH MAIN STREET, NEARLY OPPO
k? rite the Turner House, Eureka. \Ve have
recently purchased a number of elegant turn
out? and a lot of fine saddle-horses, and ar*
prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES
and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rates.
Horses boarded by the duy, week, or month.
Hay and Barley for sale.
By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at
tention to business, we hope to secure a lair
share of patronage. ap7tf
JACOB B. LANGSTROFF,
Mercha nt Tailor,
Next door to International Hotel, Main street.
lint a l ine Stork of
Iniportod French Bro.idclothu,
Doeskin*. Casxinicroa,
Vestings, Eto.,
Direct from new York, on hand.
lie will furnish a fine suit of clothes, ami
exact tit guaranteed for loss cash than any
tailor in this State, aad Sun Francisco not ex
cluded.
__ _ apj-tf_
JOHN SHROCrn. HUGH mc’crps.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. Goowey Jt Co.,
Importers ofLiquors,
KENTUCKY'WHISKIES, Etc.
40l> ami 111 t rout <S1.,
I
; San Francisco. : : : California.
mrotf
| MISCELL A NEO V.<?.
J. STRAUS’
MAIN JEWELRY STORE
i (On'o-nte J. A. Paxton k CVa Bank;'
EUREKA!
1 ! ■* ' 1o!tn m0*
GTKAIA HAM ON HAND A
io
NEW SUPPLY OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Call and see him, for he has everything in the
line; in fact he import largely
watches of the beet grades,
AMERICAN,
ENGLISH and
8WX38.
He will aell every article at a GREATER
REDUCTION than uny other man in Eureka.
Christmas and Wedding Presents of the
RICHEST GOLD AND SILVER,
All watch work done by himaelf and WAR
RANTED FOR ONE YEAR. oll-tf
JOHN *. Paxtox. all kb a. cfbtis, h. mulleb
PAXTON & CO.,
B ANBLBHS.
EUREKA, NEVADA,
jytAw at sight, in sums to suit
Anglo-Callfornian Hank.San Francisco
i Anglo-Californian Hank.London
J. A W. Seligman Si Co.Xew York
D. 0. Mills &. Co.Sacramento
Docker Si Jowott.Marysville
White Sc McCornick.-Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
on open account. Certificate, or Special De
posit. and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MIXING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
_n.hll_'
D. S. XKnVTEL 6L CO.
BANKERS.
!■> Ibe Obi ExprrM Building,
Main Street, Eureka.
J )RAWS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK-;
LONDON,
And all principal cities in the United State*
and Europe.
Discount eommereial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account; Certificates or Special Deposits,
and trill transact a
<>enernl Bunking Bnilueo.
Long exp1 rionce in the
Collecting Ilepnrtinoiit
Cf W ells, l argo ,t Co., justifies us in an
nouncing that we will make
Collection* from Abroad u Mpcrialty
apdtl___
EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
LIMBER COMPANY.
South Main Street, Eureka.
Nevada and California
LUMBER
OF ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber!
A complete assortment of
Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
Siding, Rustic and other
STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING.
Lath, Shingles, Doors,
Sash and Blinds, etc., always on
Hand.
EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH
RATES.
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Eureka Drug Store!
Next Door to D. II. Inline]
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Where can be found
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes,
Varnishes, Etc.
Careful attention given to lUo prepara
tion ut
PHYSICIAN'S’ PKESl’KIPTIOm
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JUST ESCS!VE»
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J. H. MICHELS.
MAIN ST.. EUREKA,
Vint door above \V. H. Stuwell's Dtug Store,
A fto,b »toolt of
Stationery of all kinds.
C igar* and Tobacco,
Meerschaum llpee,
Cutlery, Toys.
\ And 'anoy good; of all Kinds.
N. B.-A choice lot of ALBUMS for hoU.
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