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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XX. EUREKA, NEVADA, SUNDAY" MORNING, MAY 29, 1881. NO. 152 firtlia Dailn Sentinel, pcbU»hf" f.««v l'"’NI " PASSIDV & SKILLMAN. OEO. W. < ABKIDY. A ftgfLLMAN._ g .^Corner of Mom™*"* "*te“,*U "treet"' o»«rr. fightbr . 8 00 due "I'L Ji* ,Uontl.». hy mail..... S 00 forwarded «"“l P"d S°P TERMS OF WEEKLY: ^ ^ . 1 00 A a K X T 8 : ,s «. JACKSON. W,rd !p\lOO»MANkCO.Ploch. : J PENROSE.““byHlll * gy.UOHANT.P.llaad., Nev. .,£b o. DOYLE.Hamilton P 8TIMLER.«•»“““» t,,.g I 8TBE1TBMK1RH..Tybo yigotiOAUH.,.-llr- i. LI- c'n Oo.. New. . iC0TT ..Bristol. Lincoln County, Nev. p oatiWWBtH.Wlnuemun a. Nev. , H RICKARD.W1™ B**f- DUh o'gaOSD * LOVETT.Fr.ai-o. Utah mlGERS * SLOTZ. Bonanza City, Idaho. “a. BABNE8.Central City, D. T. p TAVEY ..Bingham Canyon, Utah v SIMMONS.8»» Miguel. Cal. SOBERS k PARSONS.Bellevue, Idaho .,SABLES W. CRANE. No. 318 Pine .treet and ilJldeadnrff street, Room 39, le Hole Agent • the Kva««e DalLT and Wtzsl.t »*»«»» ,u San Francisco. Persons In that city hav 1 business with this offlee are requested to comma0*0*16 titUA~_ meat markets. THOS. HALEY. **• SHOEMAKER. H1LEV & SIIOEMER, _pjjoPRIETOlS or THK The People’s Market EUREKA, NEVADA. THE finest . Beef, Mutton and Pork in the Market. Retail and Wholesale. AIM the FIXEKT MAI'NAUKM iiiau nfurlur«l l*» the NUte. Ikis is the Market for Epicures. Eureka, March 23,1881. rnbaotf CALIFORNIA MARKET. Waat aide of Ualn itreat, opposite Moor* Bro'i Livery Stable. Eureka. Charles Coll, n Proprietor. The Placet qualities ef 'BEEF, ^HmUTTON, Fork, Sausage, Head-Oheese, Constantly on hand. Fresh, Fat and Jnlejr Meat*, Of all description*, the hast in the land, ar d cheaper than the cheapest, At Wholesale and Retell. taT Give as a call. my27 CITY MARKET FRESH, FAT, JH1CY, Beef and Mutton Received evert day from reno, at this Market, The cbotceet meet# Id the land cone ten tly on Lend, Including Sauiag-e, Veal, Pork, Etc. I08J TOBBI. WM BADOW TORRE * ZADOW. eurrt*. May 19,1MO. CAPITAL MARKET. North Main Street. west oldo, WM. SHOLDERER, • - Proprietor. Bur, POM, MUTTON, 8 A USAGE, ETC., of the finest quality constantly on hand. Choloe Steaks and Prime Roasts a Specialty, At rewooable rmtea. My npply ID Utl. regard C*S?».b^2lu*1*d ln *ur*k» GIVE ME A CALL. . . . WM.SHOLDEBEB. B. 1EWHABT. y. . EDOFF REINHART I CO. Deeltre ln Whole ul Groand BARLEY, 9*9.0 IT It, WHEAT, BIAS ANU IROETt, Barley Ground to Order. *»I»TI FOB Tit ■'SUTLER WAOON A0BMT8 FOB l*tww*. MOWBBR, KKAPBKM. And all kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ”'A»i«SJU,UUY"*4 *°*n* p«‘ •» townfw. HART t PHELPS, msrohant tailors, Ho. BOB Marks* strsst, JIP ITAIB8 BAM FBAMOIBOO, OAL •tkinson ( dewingT '""PORTING. TAILORS! *o. 100 Stats Btrsst. BOOMFOBD. ILL, RESTAURANTS. Parker loose Restaurant FOX & SMELLER, PROPS Reopened in FlrMt-C'lfUM Stylo, Everything New, ('lean nnd I it yI tin jf. The kitchen is under the super vision of Mr. Scheller, one of the bes1 cooks in Eureka, who served his apprentice ship in a leading Parisian Restaurant, and the Dining Room is in charge of Mr. Fox. They are both experienced men, and know how tc cater to the inner man. Eureka, April 30, 1881. myltf CONSOLIDATED Boarding House. north main street, eureka. MRS. JOHN HUEBNER & CO., PRO. The house has been newly re fltted and renovated throughout. The table will be constantly supplied with every delicacy to be had in the market, prepared in the moat tempting, home-like style. •TThe proprietors guarantee that they will set as good a table aa can be found in Eureka. Terms Reasonable. Eureka, April 2», 1881. ap.totf Changed Hands. Mr House Restaurant Has Changed Hands, and better Fare can now be had for less money than at any other First-Class Restaur ant in Eastern Nevada. Hoard, per day.HI OO By the Week. 7 OO Meal Tickets. 21 for. 7 OO Eureka, May 2,1881. my3tf CORNER CHOP - STAND, In the resr of the old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO * BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. The finest the market affords always served to cnetomere. Fowl, Wild dame. Fish, Oysters, Etc., Etc., Prepared la the most tempting style. Stall at all Bonn of the Day or Night. Private Booms for Dinner Parties. For every delicacy of the aeasoa, go to the CORNER CHOP-STAND. Knr.kA, April 7. 1880. »8 tf OYSTER SALOON, Chop House and Confectionery Main St., two Door. North of Johnaon’a, MRS. BROWN.PROPRIETRESS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. OYSTERS REOE1VED DAILY BY EXPRESS, and all the dellcaciea of tha market kept con.tantly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. The only place In Eureka where Candy la manufactured. Fresh and Choice Candles for sale, either wholesale or retail. d28tf CHEAPLIVINC EUREKA RESTAURANT ! North Main street, s few doors bslow the PoatoAoe. OPKN DAY AND NIGHT! ftlnfrl* Meals.90 cents. By ttie Week.$5 00. Ham and Eggs, Mutton Chops, Beef Steaks, Veal Outlets, ptc., served at all hours. S7~ln connection with the restaurant la a first-class Bakery, where freah Bread, Pies* Oakes and Fine Pastry of all kind* will constantly be kept on hand or mads to order, and will be sold chtaper than at any other place. ..... Eureka, March 80. 1881. mhSltf Stall-fed Beet ....AT.... CHARLIE COLL’8 California Market, SOUTH MAIM STBEKT. The Finest Cuts of Stall fed Beef can now be ob tained at my Market, and I Intend to keep this kind of meat constantly on hand. CHARLIB GOLL. Sunk., April II, 1881. _»P^tf FO R> SALE. HOUSE AND LOTS. This property is situated on mon roe street, two lot. north of the residence of R. Sadler, and consist, of . Ninall tt eiNlen Building and a Lota, Having a frontage of 64x100 feet. The owner 1. deal roue of disposing of the property imme diately, and will aell It cheap. For particular, inquire of at DR. MEN LEE, Chinatown. HOTELS AND LODGINGS. DON. M'NICOl. PETE KNIGHT. T PARKER HOUSE, Knight & M’Nicol PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept fibst class, and everything done for the ac commodation and to assure the comfort of guests. Booms single or en suite. Attached to the house ia a first-class BESXATTRAlSrT. X H E BAR Has a fine reputation, and nothing bnt the beat Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept. •GTRallroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka,'March 18,1881. mhldtf THE TURNER HOUSE B. J. TURNER, Proprietor, SOUTH MAIN STREET. This old established hotel has just undergone thorough repair, and is kept first-class. Everything will be done for the comfort and accommodation of guests. Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—50 cents, 75 cents, and $1 Attached tothe House Is a First Class Restaurant. The Bar is stocked with the beat brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars The Railroad Coach takes Paaaen Kcrs to and from the Depot. RE-OPENED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. rllHE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW. X ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa cious. Single Rooms or in Suites. Gas iii All the Rooms. Connected with the Hotel is the FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE .... AND THE_ BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA, A. JACKSON, Proprietor, Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. o5tf BUREAU HOTEL, P. McELROY, Proprietor, SOYTH MAIN STREET. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FIRST-CLASS rooms, which can be rented with or with out board, on reaaonable terms. Attached to the house la a flrat-olaaa BAR-ROOM, whera the beat of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Maj be obtained. P. McELROY. Eureka. Auguat IS, 1880. aul*-tf SOUTH GATE HOTEL, MOUTH OF PINTO CANTON. THOMAS FITIPATRICK. PROPRIETOR. Travelers will find good acoom modatlons at this bona*. The Hamilton, Ward and Ploohe stages stop for meals at this establishment GOOD STABLING, HAT AND GRAIN. ter Mania at All Monra-SO Cant). A share of the pnbllo patronage la solicited. South Gats, April t, 18TB. apt-tf THE TROFATTERME, RUBY HILL, NEV. THE LEADING EATING HOUSE ON THE HILL, Located a little South of the E K Works. Tables Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. EVEBTTHING neat and clean. CHARGES REASONABLE. No Smiles but Good Crub. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. fit ED. TBOFATTES, Prop. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE fUBNISHED BOOMS TO LET. Mbs. mobgan has built and ele gently furniabed a lodging bouse next door south of the People's Reeteurant. Buel street. Rooma can now be aecured, upon rea sonable terms, by the day. week or month. Eureka, December 24, 1880. d2Stf —^———S—1 INTONE FtRRARIS, Boot and Shoemaker, ....HAS BEHOVED TO.... V. UHL’S OLD SHOP, East Side Lower Main Street, near Western Union Telegraph Office. Boots and shoes made to order, ahd a perfect lit guaranteed. Mending and repairing done on short order* *ar Mr. Uhl has turned over his entire cub tom to me end I hop* to merit eoontlnueDCO of the sane. ANTONI FARRARI0. Eureka, April 15,1881,*Pl**f j. schillerT Merchant Tailor. IN WHITTON’S BUILDING. Takes this method of announcing to his old customers and the public that he has again resumed business, and will be pleased to have their patronage. •^Alterations and repairing neatly and ex peditiously attended to. Eureka, April 30,1881. myltf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law a no Dis trict Attorney. Civil business attended to in all the Courts. Office In the Court-house. OEO. W. BAKER. J L. WINES. BASER & WINES, Attorneys at law. office In the Foley-Rickard building, Main atreet. Eureka, Nevada. OEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, Attorneys at law. prac TICE In .11 the Courts. •- Office In the Foley-Rickard Building, over Well*, Fargo & Co’a Express Office, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Je5 tf FREDERICK W. COLE, Attorney at law, eureka, Nevada. Office—Sentinel Building. DAV. E. BAIL?, Attorney at law, has re moved his office from Whitten's build ing, to the Sentinel building, first floor,* southeast corner. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office in the Court House. Eureka, May 20,1879. my21tf F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office At the Assessor’s office, in the Court house. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in the Foley-Rlckard building, np stairs, Main street, Eureks, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. THOMAS LASFEYRE, Attorney and counselor at Law. Office In Ryland'a Building. Entrance on Bateman street. PHYSICIANS, DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHYBICIAN AND BURGEON. OF flee in Sentinxl building, up stairs, rear suite of rooms. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, in Billy Clark’s buildisg, np stairs, DR J TL. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EU reka, Nevada. Office at the Tcrnek House, Main street. DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON, ” PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlce in Clark’s brick building, corner Monroe and Clark streets. myl2tf ROBERT CALDWELL, J. 8. POTTS. DRS. POTTS A CALDWELL. SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA. Diseases of women, rooms 1. 2, and 3, Odd Fellows’Building. First 8treet, Ban Jose, California. apl7 lm PROFESSIONAL OARDS. C HAMILTON, D. D. 8., Dentist, rooms, a few in Clark’s new brick building, corner of Monroe and Clark streets, Entrance on Clark street. THOMAS J. READ, CIYIL ENGINEER AND U. B, DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office la the Bmmtimml building, up stairs. A. D BOOK, rS. DEPUTT MINERAL BUR • veyor and Civil Engineer. Any survey ing will be done promptly and on the best terms. Eureka, August 18,1880.au!9-tf SOCIETIES. MOUNT AIN LODGE NO. *7,1. O. O. F„ Meet every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7130 o'clock. All members of the order, in good standing, are In vited to attend. J. L. SMITH. N. G. A. Olxvkb, R. S. BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10. I. O. O. F., Holds regular sessions in theii. Hall, Odd Fellows' Building, every first and third MONDAY EVENING of each an l every month, at 7:80 o’clock. All officers an.! } members are particularly requested to 11- , present. Sojonrning Patriarchs in good standing are > cordially incited to attend. CHARLES FERRARI8, C. P. I W. H. Davknpobt, Scribe. apStf j ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER, NO. 5. j The stated convocations of bi. John’s Chapter, No. 8, R. A. M., will In held at Maaonlo Hall, on the Saturday next suc ceeding the pale of the moon in each month. All Royal Arch Masons, in good stand log, arr cordially Invited to attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, H. P. A. D. Rock, Secretary. EUREKA LODGE. NO. IS. F. A A. Sf THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF Eu reka Lodge. No. 18. F. A A M . will b held in Odd Fellows’ Hall Saturday, on or be fore the full moon. Members of slater lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially inv’t ed to attend. EVAN JONES, W. M Alex. D. Rook, Secretary. BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF P.. Meets each Friday of evert month, at 7 JO o’clock r. M., at its Oastk Hall, in the Rickard-Foley building. All Brother Knights, in good standing, ar» fraternally invited to attend anoh meetings. w. h. davenportTo. 0. 0. H. Cady, K. of R. and B. AMERICAN LABOR UNION. The regular meetings of the American Labor Union will be held t»t Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of each week. Any person desiring information in regard to the Union, can obtain the same b> applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, W tween the hours of 3 and 4 o’clock ». M., daily. A. 0. BISHOP. President. A. M. Campbell, Secretary. ap!7-lf A. O. H. MEETl EVERY FIRST AND THIRD BAT urday of each month* at their hall, corner Olerk and Edwarde street*, at 7 ,:s< o'clock. THOS. MURPHY, President. Patrick Hannok, Secretary. Eureka, July 1», 1880. JyaO-tf ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. 17. W. Meets at the foley and riokard building every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sojourning brethren In good standing are Invited to attend. Examining Physician—Dr. Q. H. Thoms. J. BCHANLANKER, M. W I. 0. 0. WnmtonK, Recorder. JAMES M. SMITH, CORONER, Eprekaa.Noviatl*. Residence West aide Monroe Btreet, fourth door North of the old Stone Hoepltal. JsBtf SEED POTATOES. I HAVE FOB SALE TEN TONS Of' EARLY Red Rohh Potatoes, which are the finest for seed of any potatoes in the State. For I particulars apply to THOMAS WETHERKD, at the Warehouse. » Eurtka, April 26,1881. ftpOTtf BANKERS,_ PAXTON & CO., BANKERS, EUREKA. NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank...Loudon J. k W. Sellgman It Oo.New York D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysville White A McOornick.8alt 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 BANKING BUSINES*. ST*Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. Mil Pine County But, (In Woodruff k Ennor’s Building) Eureka, Nevada. PRESIDENT.E. WOODRUFF CASHIER.WM. PARDY Directors: F. W. CLUTE, E. WOODRUFF. Transact a Qeneral Banking Business. Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco, New York and London. Stocks bought and sold on Commision. Local Agency for Hutchinson k Mann Fire Insurance Companies. myl4 tf TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE IR/JLIXiK/O-^ID MEW AMAKURaSSTOl On and after May 1, 1881, A. FAST TOR-A-XN WILL BOR ROB pHnenren. MaIIb* and Eipreu ONLY. AND WILL Leave Eureka dally at...' * 4 30 a.m. Arrive at Palisade at. 9:00 a.v. Making connection with Kut And Went Bound Train* of the fentral Paeifle Bailread. RBTUBKIRO i 1 Leave Palleade dally at.0 i: ». M. Arrive et Eureke at.11:15 P. M Frelicht and Aeenmmodntton Train! Leaves Eureka dally at.8 DO a. n. Arrive* at Pallaade at.a DO ». H. Leaves Palisade dally at.8 DO A. K. Arrives at Eureka at.549 r. It. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT UAMILTOH, WARD, PIOCHE, TYRO, RRLMOMT, And all points south, by Its team), with ear* and dispatch, and at the lowaat rata*, p. EYEHTN. General Hnp’t. Eureka. Perm]her 20. 1379. - Gilmer, Salislmry & Co.'s STAGE LINES. Stages leave bubeka Tuesday, Thnraday and Saturday, making direct connection through to GRANTSVILLE AND CANDELARIA. Fare to (irantivllle.935. Fare to t'nudelarla. 35. tgr Stages leave Eureka every 8unday, Tues day and Thuraday inorniuga at 10 o’clock for II < mil ton, Ward. Cherry Creek, Bristol, Pioc-he and Silver Reef. ( Hrrying V.8. Mall and Wells, Far go A Co.*» Eiprels. W. E. DAVIDSON, Agent. Office la Poitoftce Building. my«tf BREWERIES AND SALOONS. SAMPLE ROOMS SALOON. A. Nelson, Prop. O’NEIL AVENUE, near Matamoras Furnace. Keeps constantly on hand the Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Eureka, May 12,1881. mylStf FRED. O. GORMAN. LUTHER CLARK. PALACE SALOON Main Street, Eutaka. CLARK & GORMAN, PROP’S. rilHIS SALOON HAS BEEN REOPENED, X and is the finest accoutred establishment of the kind in Eureka. None but the very fin est brands of Liquors and Cigars will be fur nished our customers. The Card Room is elegant and comfortable. The Tiger whisks about “ upon the green ” in the rear of the saloon proper, which is second to none in Nevada. nl3tf The Empire Saloon. GRAHAM £ CO., PROPRIETORS. rpHIS NEW AND ATTRACTIVE RESORT JL has just been opened, and is one of the finest establishments of the kind in Eureka. Connected with the house are cozy and com fortable PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS, And the Gaming Department is complete inev ery respect. None but the choicest and very best of Li quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons. DRINKS, 12% CENTS. Eureka, Feb. 3,1881. . febitf MENDES’ “ TIGER ”_SAL00N. THE LARGEST IN NEVADA. IS HOW OPEH FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BBANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS. A FUL’L BAND OF MUSIC la attendance every evening. JOB MBNDB8, Proprietor. “THE TRUCKEE.” C. PREV08T.PROPRIETOR. THIS IKTETW Saloon and Music Hall Is More Attractive than aver. Attractive and attentive waiter girls serve customers. The music ia second to non# in the State, and GOOD SINGING Is a feature worthy of mention. None but first class liquors are dealt over the bar. •^"Attached to the building there are a num ber of good lodging rooms, with flrst*class beds, at reasonable rotes. oBtf Haifa Male Saloon! CIMR STORE ARD SLUR ROOMS, Main Street - - - - Eureka. (Next door North of P. Bteler’e Jewelry Store! A. HARRIS, Proprietor Mb. HARRIS IS ONOK MORE IN D1.D quarters, and will make them ns atsrae. tire as neretofore. ▲ free lunch will be sprtad every night. »Rtf JACK PERRY’S SALOON, -CORNER OP Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, TSTB-V. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Gl«are Obtalnabl. lx the Sen Praneieeo market cod atantly on hand. Inreka, Anguat 10.1878. aolO-tf STIR BREWERY SALOON ....AND.... BILLIARD HALL Tormerly the Stone Saloon, one door North of the Telegraph OlBoe.) JOS. MENDK8, Proprietor. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ATONE but the best of beer. LXQC0B8 i.1 and Olgara paaaad over the Bar. Bear, Wholesale and Retail. Remember the Star Brewery Saloon When Ton Want a Bead Ulaaa of Beer aaei a Free Luneb. Baraka, May «, 1881. Mittal of_Co-PartiiersMp. THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing between Joseph Mendes and Oas Pr Schmidt under the firm name of Mendes Schmidt, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Joseph Mendes will continue the business and will pay all debts due by the firm, he having purchased all the Interest of Casper Schmidt therein. JOSEPH MENDES. CASPER SCHMIDT. Eureka, May 3,1881. my3 lm Turn Out Your Stock. PETE MAGLAY WILL RANCH HORSES snd cattle at a reasonable figure, by the month, at his Antelope Springs ranch. It is a good winffcr range, and I will take stock from town every two weeks, returning them when desired. ol»-tl SPECIAL NOTICES* ATTENTION. EVERYBODY ! Having purchased the entire Interest W. II. Clark**) Mercantile kiiNines* I am now prepared to furnish ALL KINDS OF GOODS At Price*! a* how am the l.owosi. By prompt attention to business accotum* dating clerks, good goods, low prices, I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL. Try me, and Be Satisfied. F. W. CLUTK. Eureka, September 1. 1879. a2 CELEBRATED WEBER PIANO* —AND— E»tey Organs. Sherman, Hydo k Co., San Francisco,Pacidr Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great rau»iei'j»s, »%*© sldered the best and ruflfct durable. One only-burs a Piano in a life time, therefore get the best, the beat is the cheapest, al» ways. Prof. Win. Pluinhoff. Local Agent. Eureka. Watch?*, ('locks, and Jewelry Re paired. If you want to have your watches, clocks, and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike man ner go to P. STELKR’S Jewelry Store, Main street. All work warranted. * notice. If you hove a fine or complicated watch or clock, a mnalc box, an automaton singing bird or any other delicate and intricate piece o mechanism needing repairs, go to EDW. WILHELM, Chronometer, watch and clockmaker Jewelry neatly repaired. All work warranted to give perfect aatiafac lion or positively no charge. o2 MEDICAL. DR. SPINNEY & CO. Mo. 11 Kenrnjr Street, r| ’HEAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL I Diseases. -TTOTJlSTOr 3VEB2ST Who may be suffering from the effects of youth ful follies or indiscretions will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of suffering humanity. Dr. Spin ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol lars for every case of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or character which he under takes and falls to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to elxty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight ■martins or burning sensation, 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 milkleh hue, again changing to a dark and torpid ap pearance. There are many men who die 01 this difficulty, Ignorant of the cause, which la the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such oases and a healthy restoration of the genlto-urinsry organs. Office Hours—10 to 4 and C to 8. Sundays from 10 to 11 ▲. m. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advice, $*. Gall or address DR. BPINNET k 00., No. 11 Kearny St., San Francleeo. DR. MANK GEE. Chinese Physician. OFFICE—Chinatown, North O’Neil street, a few doors below Clerk. DR. MANK GEE HAS LATELY AS80CIA ted himself with ■ member of the medi cal fraternity recently from Canton, China, who has had 26 years* practice as a royal physi cian. This doctor haw choice medicines only known to the highest medical authority in the old country, which effect the most remarkable cures. All chronic cases of both males and female* speedily and permanently cured. DR. MASK GEE. Eureka, Feb. 21,1881. feb 22-lm Win be mailed mi to all applicants, and to customers without ordering it. It contain* five colored plate*, 600 engravings, about 300 pages, and full descriptions, prices and directions for planting 1500 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Plants, Roses, etc. Invsluable to all. Michigan grown seeds will be found more reliable for planting In the- IbrrUmee than those grown farther South. We make a specialty of supplying Vu'“‘ °1T*. raijiY a C0., Detroit, Mleh. SCICAR STORE -AT- — JACK PERRY'S CORNER JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Cigars Of choice brands. the In the tuarfVt. Tobaccos, flgsrettw*. »■»«* Nmohfr** Articles* Ktc. Eureka, September 1, 1870. al-n New M Miiii Record. (WEEKLY.) CIRCULATION, 20,000. SUBSCRIPTION RATES* One Year, In advance.&4 00 Nix Wo*.fit*.. * . M. H. JOSEPH, Agent. SubacriptlojiB received at this office, mhlTtl B.T. J.AI’T I. C. Four*, PAFfKE & LACY, B0lA f«il BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSOR? —AND— Rock Diilllnn Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Meohlniete' Tool, ind Hte.ru Engine., Hu. kln’i Engine, .ml Boiler., Hoteling uld xjeht Engine, steam pnuip. u>d Centrifugal Irrl. gating Pumpe, AI.WATN ON HASH. m Market Street. Hen Prancleee. CaliforuL notice1o1_tr»velers. TXABTIE8 DESIBING PA88AGB TO RAIL. 1 WAT StaUone will pleeae piav ute iU-S-el el the Jeckeon Home, or et th« Peehlon stable. and luve order, tom fe <)0.. Bur ProprlatoM*. • in .1 WEEK. $11 a day al home eeelly S* 14 nude. Coatly outfit free. Addreee Tap* £ Co., Augmle Heine.