EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. 1
VOL. XXI. EUREKA, NEVADA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1881. NO. 26.
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MRS. M. J ACKSON.W,rd
w p GOODMAN A CO.Ploeh.
W J PENROSE.Ruby Hill
w' S' MAKCHANT. N.y.
JAMES O. DOYLE.Hamilton
it p. STIMLER.*.Belmont
cuts. b. 8TEE1TBERQER.Tybo
I R FISCHBACH—Drl.tul. Lincoln Co.. Ney.
■ g sqoTT ...nrletol, Liocoln County, Nev.
o OHENOWETd.Wlnnemnccn, Nev.
in IUOKARf.Silver Beef, UUh
ORMOND A LOVETT.Frlaco. Utah
ROGERS* SLOT*.Bonausa City, Idaho.
* M BARNES.Central City, D. T.
' taYEY.Bingham Canyon, Utah
w plMMONS.8»o Miguel. Cal.
BOGERS k PARSONS.Bellevue, Idaho
g MULCAHY....Royal City. Lincoln Co., Nev.
CHARLES W. CRANE, No. 318 Pine street and
10 Laldeadorff atreet. Boom at. 1. Sola Agent
,,w the Bunina Daily and Wmit lurBina.
in San Franclaco. Persona in that city hay.
!„g business With thin offlce are rnquested to
communicate with him. __
MEAT MABKETH. _
THOA HAUT^ J. H. SHOEMAKER.
HALEY & SHOEMAKER,
_PBOPftlETOM OF TH*. ...
The People’s Market
EUREK A.NEV AD A.
TJHEI FINE3 X"
Beef. Mutton and Pork
In the Market.
Also the HMBflT NAMAOW maw
uTactured In the FUate.
Tills is tlie Market for Epicures.
Eureka, March M, MSI.■nl.ml
Wut aide of Mala atraol, oppoalU Moot* Bro'a
LIt.it SUb'.., Sur.ki.
Charles Coll, i: Proprietor.
The rtBMt 40.IIUM of
Pork, Saosage, Head-Oheese,
Coaitaatljr oa hand.
Freda, Fal aad Inlay Baal*,
Of all deacrlptiona, th* haat In th* land, ai d
cheaper than th* cheap..!,
At Wholaaale aauad Bolnll.
ST* Olv* no ■ call. mjn
I . IAT, JOICT,
Beef and Mutton
|) ZOHITED ITERT DAT TOO* HEXO. AT
It thl* Mark.t. Th. oholoMt m«.t* In tb.
land cuniUntly on h*ad, including
Bauiagc, Teal, Pork, Etc.
ion TOUI. WH EXDOW
TORRE I ZADOW.
Eureka, May 10,1880. nxjVnt
' NORTH MAIN STRUT, WERT SIDE.
Tager 6c Horn, Prop’s.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, 8aua
age, Bto., of the Finest
litr* Choir. Steaks and Prime
Boasts a Specialty.
At MMontbl. ?.U«. Our .apply in thl. rt
g.rd o.nnot b. .qu.l.d In Ear*k..
Rnr.h«. Jan. 1,1181. la°l» „
8. BBIBHdBT. t. . BDOFF
REINHART A CO.
Daalan la Wbola and Giaaad
rUVB, WBIAT, BBAB MU
ilarlay Ground to Ordor.
1Q1KT8 FOB TBB
8HTTTLHR WAOON ]
FLOWS, HOWBUS, BKAPB8S,
dad all klnda of
dll Good* dallraiad la any part at Iowa faaa
OrnOB—Barth Mala Blraal, nail door lo tka
tfa Ball, Baraka, Bar. lain
HART & PHELPS,
We. BOB Market street,
UP IT AIM BAX nusouoa. CAL
ATKINSON l DENIINGr
■a. 10B State Street.
l/*-M BOOKTOBB, ILL.
Parte lose Restaurant.
FOX & SCHULLER, PROPS
Kon polled In FI rat-Cl MM fttylr.
Everything Few, Ciena
The kitchen is under the super
vUion of Mr. Scheller, one of the best
cooks In Enreks. who served his apprentice
ship iu s leading Parisian Restaurant, and the
Dining Room is in charge of Mr. Fox. They
are both experienced men, and know how to
cater to the inner mao.
Eureka, April JO, 1881. myltf
NORTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
mrs. John huebner & co., pro.
The house has been newly re
fitted 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.
«F*The proprietors guarantee that they will
aet as good a table as can be found iu Eureka.
Eureka, April 29, 1881. ap30tf
fin • 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.$1 OO
II y Ibr Week. 7 OO
Meal Tickets, 21 lor.. 7 OO
Eureka, May 2,1881. my3tf
CORNER CHOP - STAND,
In the rear of the old Corner Saloon.
PRAMENKO A BALLICH,
The finest the market affords
itrved to cot to inert.
Fowl, Wild Game, Flab, Oy.tera,
Prepared in the moat tempting etjl*.
UeaU at all Houn of Ike Day or Night.
Private Boom* for Dinner Parties.
For trtrj delicacy of the eeaeoa, go lo the
Kqfeke, April T, 18gQ.a» tf
Chop House and Confectionery
M.li> St., two Doort North of Johnion'i,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY DY EXPRESS.
and all the delicacies of the market kept
constantly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eureka where Candy ia
manufactured. Fresh and Choice Caudlea for
sale, either wholesale or retail. d28tf
EUREKA RESTAURANT !
North Hein atrMt, a few door* Mow the
OPEN DAY AND NICHT !
Klngle »rnl<.S3 ««*»•
By the Work.W •><*■
Bam and tmi. Button Chops. Brer Slraka,
Teel Outlete. rto., eerred et kit houre.
tjriv, connection with the restaurant U a
firat-olaaa Bakery, where fr. ih Bread, Plea,
Oakea aud Flue Paatry of all kloda will
constantly be kept on baud or m de to order,
end will be told cheaper than nt any other
Eureke. March «0, MSI,mhiltf
Below the PoetoAce, one door north of Berry
Mud'* grocery store.
07"BE»T OF IIFXP ESIPI.OYED.YN
WO OLD ANNOCNCI TO THS LADIES
of Eureka and vicinity that abe I. pie
pared to do Drei.iuaklng In all tte various
branchea. She would illicit a ahare of Ibe
RESIDENCE—On South Duel Street, oppo
alte the Opera Henae.
Eureka, Juue 1,1S81, , Juu2tf
h7l H UliTs. LKT I EKIIK A DM
and Oarda, printed at the latmi, 0«oe
al reduced prteee
HOTELS AND LODGINGS.
DON. M'NICOl. PETE KNIGHT.
TUG PARKER DOUSE,
This house will be kept fibst
cUsk. and everything done for the ac
commodatlon and to aaante the comfort of
guest*. Rooms single or en suite. Attached
to the house Is a first-class
X M 23 23 A ZR.
lias a flue reputation, and nothing but the beet
Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept.
•7* Rail road coaches will take passengers to
snd from the depot.
Eureka, March 18,1881. mhlttf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
This old established hotel has
just undergone thorough repair, and is
kept flrst-claas. Everything will be done for
the comfort aud accommodation of guests.
Booms Single or iu Sal tea. Lodgings—50
cents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House le a First
The Bar la stocked with the beat brand, of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Ball road Coach lakes Piwuen
gen to aud from the Depot.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eaitern
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
rims ROOMS ARE nARD FINISHED, NEW
X ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
Single Rooms or in Suites.
(las in All the Rooms.
Connected with the Hotel is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
BEST DININS ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA,
A. JACKNON, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Fine county. ofitf
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THE UNDER8IOAED HAS FIRST-CLASS
rooms, which can be rented with or with*
out board, on reasonable terms. Atached to
the house ia a first-class BAR-BOOM, where
the beat of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
K.j b. obuinad.
Eurek., km«u.t II, 1180. »ul#.tf
SOUTH GATE HOTEL,
MOUTH OF FIHTO OAHTOH.
THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR.
Travelers will fivd oood aooom.
tnmUtiona >1 thll konu.
Thn Hamilton, Ward and Ploeha atagae atop
for mania at thla aatabllahmaat.
OOOD STABLIHO, HAT AHD ORAM.
W HmU at All Renra—SO fnla.
A ahare of the pnbllo patronage le eoUelted.
Booth Oete, April 1,18TB. apt-If
EUREKA LODGING DOUSE
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
MRS. MORGAN BAS BUILT AND ELE
gantly furnished a lodging house next
door south of the People’s Restaurant, Duel
street. Rooms can now be secured, upon rea
sonable term*, by the day, week or month.
Eureka, December 24, 1H80. d25tf
New Goods !
MRS. H. irCURRAN,
BlaMr’a Bull<lloir* Katin Street.
- Will open a Choice Stock of
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Ladle*’ and Children', Wear, Trimming,, ate.,
MAKl'll 1, 1881.
aCTMIlllnery and Faahlonabla Dreaamaklng
In all Ha branch*, a Special ty.
Eureka, Fab. M, 1881. met. 1-tt
Boot and Shoemaker,
....HAS REMOVED TO....
V. UHL’S OLD SHOP,
Seat Bide Lower Bain Street, near Weatern
Union Telegraph Office.
Boots and shoes bade to order.
an<1 a perfect At guaranteed. Bendlug
an«l repairing done on ahort order.
IT Br. Uhl haa turned over hia entire cua
tom to me and I hope to merit a oontlnuanoe
of the tame. ANTONI FABBaBIB.
Eureka. April 18.1881. aplCif
Has been removed to the boom
formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton, next
door to Joe Boot’ butcher shop, on south Main
street, where he la prepared to do a general
Cleaning, repairing and altering new suits
done neatly and expeditiously.
*r Charges very moderate.
Thankful for past favors, I hope for a con
tinuance of tha same. B. KBUHN,
Eureka, Nov. 80,1880. dl-tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
W. H. DAVENPORT,
Attorney at law and Dis
trict Attorney. Civil business attended
to in all the Courts. Office in the Court-house.
oso. w. bakku. i l wixxs.
BAKER A WINES,
Attorneys at law. office
in the Foley-Rickard building, Main
street. Eureka, Nevada.
OSO. W. MRKKH.L. A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL ft FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. mo
TICE in all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-Rlckard Building, over
Wells, Fsrgo k Co’s Express Office, Main atreet,
Eureka, Nevada. je5 tf
FREDERICK W. COLE,
Attorney at law. eureka,
Nevada. Office—Sentinel Building.
DAV. E. BAILT,
Attorney at lay, has re.
moved his office from Whitten’s build
ing, to the 8kntiiixl building, first floor,
C. J. LANSING,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IS
the Oourt House.
Eureka, May 30, 1879. my31tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office—
At the Anowr'i office, In the Court
JOHN T. BASER,
Attorney at law. office in
the Foley-Rlckard building, up stairs.
Main street. Eureka, Nevada.
Particular attentlou given to the acquiring of
of titles to Government lands.
Attorney and counselor
at Law. Office in Ryland’s Building.
Entrance on Bateman street.
PR. 0. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AND SCROEON. OF.
flee in SrimwrL building, up .telre,
reer eulte of rooms.
DR. A. C. BISHOP,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office—In Winzeli’s new brick building,
two doors south of Opera House. je23tf
DR J. » N. OWEN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KU
reka, Nevada. Office at the Tcrnek House,
DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—
Office in Oiark's brick building, cornel
Monroe and Clark streets. myl3tf
WILLIAM TODD. M. D.,
OFFICE-IN WHItTOFI BUILD*
lug. In re»r of Maher k Manlon'e atore
on Clark street. Office boura from 13 o'clock
K. to 8 o'clock p. n. Je33tf
PHYSICIAN AID MUBQEON—
Office—At Sweeney ■ Hotel, Baby Hill,
- C HAMILTON, D. D. ft.,
Dentist, kooms, a fiwfm
In Clark’s new brick bullding.MESB
corner of Monroe end Clerk streets,H*«£CDCr
Entrance on Clark street.
THOMAS J. BEAD,
CIVIL XXUINKKR AND U. I, BID
oty Mineral karveyor. Office la the
limni. bolldtag, up atein.
A. D BOOH,
I. DEPUTY HI NEKA I, BUffi
U * veyor and Civil Engineer. Any survey
ing will be done promptly and on the beat terms.
Eureka. August 18.1880. aul9.tt
MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. ,22.214.171.124.F.,
Mbit every Wednesday evfntnq at
Odd Fallows' Hall, at 7180 o'clock. All
members of the order, la food steading, are In
vited to attend. J. L. SMITH, N. G.
▲ a OleXVH, R. S.
BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10,
I. O. O. F.,
Holds regular bf.ssions in their
Hall, Odd Fellows’ Building, every first
and third MONDAY EVENING of each and
every month, at 7:30 o’clock. All officers and
members are particularly requested to be
Sojouruing Patriarchs In good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
CHARLES FEBRARI8, C. P.
W. H. Davknpobt, Scribe. ap8tf
■T. JOHN’S CHAPTER, HO. 5.
TO! STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST.
John's Chapter, No. S, R. A. IT., will bs
held at Masonic Hall, on tha Saturday naxt suc
ceeding the pale of the moon in each month.
All Royal Arch Masona. in good standing, are
oordlally invited te attend.
A. L. FITZGERALD. H. P.
A. D. Rocs, Secretary.
KlUEHA LODGE. NO. II, F. A A. M.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU
reka Lodge, No. 10, F. k A. M.. will be
held in Odd Fellows' Hall Saturday, on or be
fore the fall moon.
Members of sister lodges, *nd sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially invit
ed to attend. EVAN JONES, W. M.
Alex. D. Rock. Secretary.
BEATIFIC 1.0DOE, HO. 7, K. OP P„
\f KETS EACH FRIDAY OF EVERY
llX mouth, at T JO o'clock r. m., at Its Castle
Hall, in the Rlckard-Foley building.
All Brother Knights, in good standing, are
fraternally Invited to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPOBT. 0. 0.
0. H. Cady. K. of R. and S.
AJHKKICAH LABOR UHIOH.
rrtHB REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE
X American Labor Union will be held at
Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of
each week. Any person deaf ring information
in regard to the Unlon/can obtain the same by
applying to tha Secretary, at Armory Hall, be.
tween the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock v:m., daily.
A. 0. BISHOP, President.
A. M. Oaktbjcll, Secretary. aplT-tf
A. O. H.
Meet*, every first and third bat.
urday of each month, at their hall,
corner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7:30
o'clock. TH08. MURPHY, President.
Patbiox Haxkon, Secretary.
Eureka. July 13. 1880. jy30-tf
ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. U. W.
Meets at the foley and riokard
building every Tuesday evening at 7:80
o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing
are invited to attend.
Examining Physician —Dr. O. H Thoms.
J. BCHANLANXER. U. W.
X. 0. 0. Whitwobx, Recorder.
JAMES M. SMITH,
Residence West side Monroe 8treet, fourth
door North of the old Stone Uospital. Jafitf
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 wluter range, and I will take atock from
town every two weeks, returning them when
PAXTON & CO.,
JJSAW AT SIGHT, IN BURS TO SUIT, OR
Anglo-Californian Bulk.Bui Francisco
1. k W. Sellgman k Oo.Now York
D. 0. Rills A Oo. .Sacramento
White A McOornlck.Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Depoeita In Coin or Currency on
open ecconnt, certificate, or special deposit,
A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS.
VMining Stocks Bought and Bold on Com
Win Pi County Bant,
(In Woodruff k Ennor’s Building) *
F. W. CLUTE, E. WOODRUFF.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San
Francisco, New York and London.
Stocks bought and sold on Com mi si on.
Local Agencj for Hutchinson k Mann Fire
Insurance Companies. mjrli tf
EUREKA AND PALISADE
On andafttrMay I, 1881,
•A. FAST TRAIN
1 WILL IVB BOB,
rnwaitNi Malta, aad lWpwai
OJILT, ABB WILL
Antra at Ballaada at.. IM a. K.
llaktac aatmaatiM with
East aad Waat Bound Tralna aftba
Central PaelBe Kallroad.
Lhti Ptllaad* dally kt.«4I». a.
ArriT* kt tutkk kt...11Jl t. M
mitht aad AttMutadtUu Train
Lmtm lunka dally kt. .040 A. a.
AnivM kt Pallatd* kt...140 ». a.
Lmtm Ptllaad* dally at.<40 a. a.
ArrlTM at Poraka at.140 r. a.
(HI 0 0 It P All I
WILL D1LIT1B miSHT AT
Aad all point* tooth, by It* turn*, with oak
tad dlkpatah, and at th* lowaat rat**.
p. mm, ooBorai onp’t.
XoMk*. D*o*mb*r 39.1019.
Gilmer, Salisbury & Co.’s
Stages will leave ecreea daily
(Sundays excepted) for Tybo and Bal
mont, making dlreot connection at Belmont
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for
Braataville, Candelaria, Wads
worth amd Austin,
Through to Piooho in 36 Hours.
Only one night on the road.
Leave Eureka Sunday!, Tuesdays and Thurs
' days for Hamilton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Bris
tol and Pioche.
Dally atages from Pioche to Silver Reef, Bea
ver and terminus of Utah Southern Railroad.
Carrying V. B. Hall and Wells, Far
go d Co.’s Express.
W. E. DAVIDSON, Agent.
| OBe* la FoatoBce Building. Jstttf
BREWERIES AMD SALOONS.
SAMPLE BOOKS SALOON.
A. Nelson, Prop.
O'NEIL AVENUE, near Matamoras Furnace.
Keeps constantly on hand the
Finest Brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Knreka, May 11,1881. myl3t(
FRED. O. GORMAN. LUTHER CLARK.
Mala Street. Ennkk.
CLARK & GORMAN, PROP’S.
This saloon has been beopened.
and la 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 Boom 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.
This new and attractive resort
has Just been opened, aud is one of the
finest establishments of the kind in Eureka.
Connected with the house are oosy and com
And the Gaming Department is complete in ev
None but the choicest and very beat of Li
quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons.
DRINKS, 1»H CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 3,1881. febttf
TIIE UMHT ISf NEVADA.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BUT BRANDS Of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
A PUL'L BAND OP MUSIC
Xa iMmIum every evening.
JOB MXNDX8, Proprietor.
Saloon and Music Hall
Xe Mon Attractive than ever.
Attractive and attentive waiter
atria aerra cnetomere The muelo ta
leoond to Bono la the State, and
la a feature worthy of mention. Nona but ftret
olaaa llqaora era dealt over tha bar.
^Attached to tho building there ere > num
ber of good lodging rooma, with Srat-olaaa
bade, at reaaonable ratea. o5tf
JACK PERRY'S SHORN,
Main and Bateman Streeta
EUREKA, NEV. .
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ObUubU la tha ha rnuluo market hod
itutlj ob hand.
Baraka, Infant 10,1871. aalO-tf
Basement of WUitton’s Brick Block, northeaat
corner of llaln and Olark Streets.
Saturday, June 25
Finest Hall in Eureka I
Open Day and Night.
Fine Concert Hnale Every Evenluar.
■ad Pretty Waller Glrle to
Serve Orlnka to l'ntroua.
tflTOnly the best local and foreign Beers,
Wines and Cigars passed over the
Bar. Beer sold by tbs gtllon.
BILLY 8PRACUE, Prop.
Eureka, June 91,1881. Ji'Mtf
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exletlna between Joaeph hlendea and Dee
per Schmidt under the firm name ot Mendra
k Schmidt, la thia day dtaaoWed by mutual
content. Joaeph Meadea will continue the
baaineaa and will pay all d.bla dun by Ibe
firm, ha baTlna pureheeed all the Intact ot
Caapa* Schmidt thorn n.
Enreka. May S, ISM. myi 1 w
HOUSE AND LOTS.
This property is situated on mon
roe street, two lots north of the residence
of B. Sadler, and consists of a
Small Wooden Bui Id! ux and 2 1.ot«,
Having a frontage of 84x100 feet. Tho owner
is desirous of disposing of the property imme
diately, and will sell it cheap.
For particulars Inquire of
ot DB. MEN LEE, ChineWwn.
ATTENTION, EVERY BODY!
Raring purchased the entire interest ol
W. H. Clark's Rercautilr BunlncM*.
I am now prepared to furnish
ALL KINDS OF GOODS
At Prices as Low as llae Lowest.
By prompt attention to business accommo
dating elerks, good goods, low prices,
I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL.
Trjr me, and Be Satisfied.
F. W. CLUTE.
Eureka, September 1.1879. i3
CELEBRATED WEBEU PfAROS
/ — AMD—
Sherman, Hydo k Co., San Francisco, Pacific
Instruments sold on the installment plan.
Weber Pianos, by all great muBiciana, are
sidered the beat and most durable.
One only buys a Piano in a life time, therefore
get the beet, the beat is the cheapest, al»
Prof? T* . Plumhoff, Local Agent, Eureka.
Watches, Clocks, ana Jewelry Re
If you want to have your watches, clocks,
and Jewelry repaired in a workmanlike man
ner go to P. STELKR’B Jewelry Store, Rain
street. All work warranted.
If yon have a fine or complicated watch or
clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird
or any other delicate and Intricate piece o
mecEhnlsm needing repairs, go to
Chronometer, watch and clockmaker
Jewelry neatly repaired.
All work warranted to give perfect eatiafac^
tion or positively no charge. oS
DR. SPINNEY & CO.
Ho. 11 Kearny Street,
ri'HEAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL
Who may be suffering from the effect* of yenth
ful follies or indiscretions will do well to .veil
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid
at the feet ef suffering humanity. Dr. Spin
ney will guarantee to forfeit Are hundred dol
lars for every esse of weakness or priests dis
ease ef any kind or character which he under
takes and falls to cure.
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken
ing of the system in a manner tbo patient oen
not account for. On examining the urinary
deposits a ropy sediment will often be found,
sad sometimes small particles of si bum an will
appear, or the oolor will bo of a thin mllklsh
hoe. again changing to a dark and torpid ap
pearance. There era many men who dieot
this difficulty, Ignorant of the cause, which la
the second siege of seminal weakness. Dr. g,
will guarantee e perfect ours in ell stub cases
end a healthy restoration of the geuito-erlnery
Office Hours—10 to t and • to t,. gundayf
from 10 to 11 a. K. Consultation flea. Thor
ough examination and adriestl*.
DRV MANX GEE.
OFFICE—Chin * town. North O'Neil street, a
few doors below Clark.
DR. MANK GEE HAS LATELY A8S0CIA
ted btmarlf with a member of the medt
oal fraternity recently from Canton. China,
who has had 26 years' practice as a royal physi
cian. This doctor baa choice medicines only
known to the highest medical authority in the
old country, which cffeot the moet remarkable
cnrea. All chronic caeca of both malra and
females speedily and permanently enred.
I>R. MAMi GEE.
Eureka, Feb. 21,1881. ftb 22-1 m
JACK PERRY'S CORNER
JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor.
Imported and Domestic Gigari
Of choice brands, the beet in the market.
Tobaccos, t lgarcltcs, tend Rtuolscrs*
Eureka, September 1. 1ST®. Sj-tf
MM Mil Becrat
One Tnr. In il<u»...04 OO
MX Ho.il 111.. 2 BO
M. H. J06K1 II. An*111.
Subtcrlptloua received ,1 tbl. 111.. ,. UjlilTtf
B. T. Lact. L. C. Parks.
PARKE A LACY,
Belt Agent* fov
BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS
Rock Ditiling Machinery,
• PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY.
MtrhlnUtt’ Tool* *r<1 Biaaci Eninas .Has*
kin's F.A«tnet and Boiler*, tloivting and Yacht
ftngiuoa, Staara Fumps and OauUwugal l#rU
ALWAYS OX IIAXO.
41V Market Street. 8an Franclace, California
NOTICE TO TRAVELEBS.
PARTIES PKSTIUNO PABHAfiK TO TtAf?..
WAY Station* will pl»‘%*e pr*»»imr t»«*k*'t
st the Jackeon Ilousr. or at the Faahion 8tat»l< •
and leave order* to be called.
W. n. 8WF.ENFY A CO.,
a day at home euatty
•v.tSt frte. Address *1 li e
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