EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
VOL. XXI. EUREKA. NEVADA, AVEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1881. NO. 54
<£ureka CJailn Sentinel,
.b.lmhed i«« *n™l*° |MO!",AT" «CE”'
CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
4.,uu»*«. _ GKO. W. CABHII1Y.
Office—Corner of Monro, and Bateman street*.
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MRS M. JACKSON.w»rd
w P GOODMAN k CO.Ptocha
W j PENROSE. RIU
W H MARCHANT.Pallaade. Nev.
H P ..B<“
CBK*. B. STBEITBEBGEB.Tybo
, B FISC1IBACH. ..-Bristol. Lincoln Oo„ Nev.
' ' 80l)TT .Bristol, Llucoln County. Nev.
o' CBEN01YETH.Wlnnemucca, Nev.
Tb EIUKARB.Sliver Reef. Utah
ORMOND * LOVETT.Erl.co, Utah
ROGERS * SLOTZ.Bonanza City, Idaho.
A M BARNES.Central City, D. T.
P' TAVKY .Bingham Canyon, Utah
w SIMMONS.•••Ban Miguel. Cal.
ROGERS A PARSONS.Bellevue, Idaho
E MULCaHY....Royal City. Lincoln Co.. Nev.
M M. GILLESPIE.Bodle, Cal.
OHARLES W CRANE, No. 31H Pino .treet and
m l .Idea,lord .treet. Room :l», U Sole Agent
1 fur the Elbkea Daily and Weekly Sentinel
in'san Francisco. Person. In that city hav.
Inc bualnea. with this offlce are requested to
NORTH MAIN STREET, WEST SIDE.
JOHN I. HORN, Prop.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Saus
age, Etc., of the Finest
Choice Nteaka anti Prime
koula a Specialty.
At MUOBtbl* rate*. My (apply In tbl. re
«r<l cinnot b« equaled In Earek(.
Iar(k., July 11,1881. l7utf
THOS. HALET. J. H. SHOEMAKER.
HALEY & SHOEMAKER,
.., .FBOFBIKTOM OF THE ...
The People’s Market
Beef, Mutton and Pork
In the Market.
Retail and Wholesale.
Also the FINEST NAl’SAOEft mau
nfsetured In tlie Hlsie.
This is the Market for Epicures.
Eureka, March QS, IH81. nihtetf
West tide of Mala ■tract, opposite Moore Bro‘a
Livery Blahle. Eureka.
Charles Coll, :s Proprietor.
Til* I'lur.l (limlllln of
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Oonatautlj on band.
Fresh, Pat and Juicy Meats,
Of all deacrlptloua, tbs best In tbs land, at d
cheaper than tbs ebsapsat,
At Wholesale and Retail.
•5T Give ms a call. my27
FHISH, FAT, JUICY,
Beef and Mutton
HECEIVED EVERY DAY FROM RENO, AT
tbia Markst. Tbs cbolcsat meats In tbs
land oonatantly on baud. Including
Sausage, Veal, Pork, Eto.
job* Tomaa. vm zadow
■ TORRE & ZIOOW,
gqrtkt, M«y \t, IMP.my 10 tf
a. uixhart. j. . edoff
REINHART l CO.
Dsalavs In Wbola and Ground
FLOCK. WHEAT. BRAE AND
Barley Ground to Order.
A 0 B H T B ros Til
■ WCTTTL.BIL WAOON
A 0 B H T B FOR
FLOWN, MOWERS, REAFKBN,
And ill Uadi of
All Qooda delivered to any part ef town free
orriCB—North Mail Street, nest door to the
tts» BUI, Banks, Hot. jsltt
Parte House Restaurant.
FOX & SMELLER, PROPS
Reopened in Flr*t-C'lR** Style.
Everything Sew, Flean
The kitchen is under the buper
virtiun of Mr. Seheller, one of the best
Cooks In Eureka, who serwed 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 to
cater to the inner man.
Eureka, April 80, 1881. myl tf
ter House Restaurant
Has Charmed 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.91 OO
lly the Week. T OO
Meal Ticket*. 21 lor. 7 OO
Eureka, May 2, 1881. my3tf
CORNER CHOP - ST1MI,
In the rear of the old Corner Saloon.
rnHK FINEST THE MAI1KF.T AFFORDS
X always served to costumers.
Fowl, Wild Uamc, Flab, Oysters,
Prepared In the most tempting style.
Meals at all Hoars of the Day or Night.
Private Rooms for Dinner Parties.
For every delicacy of the season, go to the
Eurekt, April 7, 1880. .8 tf
Chop House and Confectionery
Main St., two Doors North of Johnson’s,
OPEN DAY AND NICHT.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS.
and all the delicacies of the market kept
constantly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eureka where Candy is
manufactured. Fresh and Choice Candles for
■ale, either wholesale or retail. d’28tf
A NEW OPENING.
ON SUNDAY MORNING WE WILL OPEN
the Eureka Restaurant, five doors above
the Jackson House, aud will henceforth dish
up the best me*l in town for two bits equal to
any four-bit house.
Ham aud Eggs and the best the market af
fords. Call aud be couvluced.
MAIN STREET, ABOVE THE THEATER.
Eureka. July 14, 1881. Jy4l lm
Real Estate & Collection Aceacy,
AND NOTARY TUBLIO.
f|'RANSACT8 A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
1 and Collection Business . Draws and Ac
knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles ;
Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate ;
Examines and Reports upon Mines; Collects
Rents ; and, in fact, will attend to any legiti
mate business in which there is a fee.
E. J. BUTLER.
Office in Sektinkl building, Eureka, Nev.
93T Refers to any and all tha busineaa men
Eureka, Oct. 26,1880. o27-tf
JAMES M. SMITH,
Resident's West side Monroe Street, fourth
door North of the old Stone Hospital. JaHtf
Below the PostoflAce, one door north of Henry
Klud’e grocery store.
•^BEST OF HELP EMPLOYED. *«l
HOUSE AND LOTS.
This property is sitcated on mon
roe street, two lots north of the residence
of R. Sadler, end consists of a
Small Wooden lltilldlnir and 2 l.oti,
Having a frontage of MxlOO feet. The owner
Is desirous of dtsposlug of the property Imme
diately, and will sell it cheap.
For particulars inquire of
06 DR. MEN LF.E, Chinatown.
JOU PRIWTIRU OF ALL KINDS A
•PB01ALTY it thla offloi.
HOTELS AND LODGINGS.
DON. M'NICOL. PETE KNIGHT.
THE PARKER IIOIISB,
Knight & M'Nicol
This norsE will be kept first
cImsh, and everything done for the ac
commodation and to assure the comfort of
guests. R > ms single or en suite. Attached
to the house is a first-class
23. E S TATTEANT.
ITaa a flue reputation, and nothing but the beat
Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept.
•VRailroad coaches will take passengers to
and from the depot.
Eureka, March 18, 1881. mhlfltf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
rpniS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS
1. just undergone thorough repair, and is
kept iirMt-claa*. Everything will b« done for
the comfort and accommodation of guest*.
Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—50
cents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House is a First
The Bar is stocked with the be*t brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The* Railroad Coach taken Panne li
lt era to and from the Repot.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
rSUIK BOOMS ARK HARD FINISHED, NEW
JL ly aiul elegantly furnished, and are spa
Single Rooms or in Suites.
4«hm in All flic llooiuft.
Connected with the Hotel is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVAOA.
A. JACK NO IV, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. o5tf
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
MOl I'll MAIN STREET.
rnHK UNDER3IG.M ED HAS FIRST-CLASS
rooms, which can be rented with or with
out board, on reasonable terms. A tached to
the house Is a first-class BAR-ROOM, whero
the beat of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May be obtained.
Eureka, August 18, 1880. aul9-tf
LODGING HOUSE !
Corner of Buel and Clark streets.
MRS. D. MORCAN, Prop.
rpHE HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOCATED
L and has been newly papered and painted.
The rooms are large and airy, and are all well
famished with the best of bedding and new
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
Ituoins to Let by the I»*.v. Week or
CSTThe public are invited to examine the
rooms and price*.
Eureka, July 30, 1881. jySltf
FURNISHED MOMS TO LET.
MRS. MORGAN HAS BUILT AND ELE
gantly luruisVed a lodging house next
door south of the People's Restaurant. Duel
street. Rooms can m,w be secured, upon rea
sonable term**, by the day. week or month.
Eureka. December ‘24. 1H80. d25tf
New Goods !
MRS. H. E, CURRAN,
Blaser's Building:. Wain Street.
Will open a Choice Stock of
FANCY DRY GOODS,
3vr x i. :l x isr e hy .
Ledle,' and Cblld. en'a Wear, Trimming,, etc.,
MAUt'H 1, 1881.
•/"Millinery and F„lilon,ble Drewmaking
In all lta branches a Specialty.
Eureka, Feb. 28,1881. mch 1-tf
ANTONE FARRARIS, ~
Boot and Shoemaker.
....HAS REMOVED TO....
V. UHL’S OLD SHOP,
Rust Side Lower Main Street, near Western
Uuion T« legraph Office.
Boots and shoes made to oudpr.
hih a perfect i\t gua-snteed. Meudiug
aud repairing done on abort order.
Mr. Uhl has turne.l over his entire cus
tom t'i me and I hope to merit a continuance
of the name. ANTONS FARRaRI*.
Eureka, April IS, 1881. ap!6tf
Has been removed to the room
formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton, next
door to Joe Boos* butcher shop, on south Main
street, where he is prepared to do a general
Cleaning, repairing and altering new suits
done neatly and-expeditiously.
fijr Charges very moderate.
Thankful for past favors, I hope for a con.
tlmiance of ths name. E. KECHN,
Buraia, Nov. 90,1880. dl-tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
DAY. E. BAILY,
ATTOHXCY AT I. AW, KYLAND'N
building. Bateman atreet. jy24tf
R. M. BEATTY.
A TTORXEY AND COI NSEl.I.UK
at Law. Office—Koom 16, Jackson House
Block, Eureka, Nevada. jybtf
W. H. DAVENPORT,
Abney at law and his
..ct Attorney. Civil business attended
to in all the Coe* *s. Office in the Court-house.
OEO. W. BaKJ1 J L. WINES.
BA % WINES,
Attorney vr law. office
in the Foley-Ilickard building, Main
street, Eureka, Nevada.
OEO. W. MERRILL, A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
Attorney* at law. vkac
TICE in all the Courts,
office in the F ley-Riekard Building, over
Wells, Fsrgo At Co’s Express Office, Main street,
Eureka, Nevada. j*5 ti
FREDERICK W. COLE,
ATTIIKNIil AT I.AW. EtIKKKA,
Nevada. Office—Sentinel Building.
C. J. LANSING,
ATrmtNFY 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
JOHN T. BAKER,
Attorney at law. office in
the Foley-Ilickard building, up stairs,
Main street. Eureka, Nevada.
Particular attention given to the acquiring of
of titles to Government lands.
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN ANDSFRUEON. OF
flee in Sentinel building, up stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR. A. C. BISHOP,
PHYSICIAN AND S FRO EON—
office—In Wluzeli’s new brick building,
two doors south of Opera House. je2tttf
DR J. 71. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SCRUEON EC
reka, Nevada. Office at the Tcrnek House,
DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON.
PHYSICIAN AND SFRGEON
Office in Clark's brick building, corner
Monroe and Clark streets. myl2tf
WILLIAM TODD. M. D.#
OFFICE—IN WlUfTOVS BCILD*
lug, in rear of Maher k Manion’a store
on Clark street. Office hours from 12 o'clock
m. to 5 o'clock p. m. je22tf
PHYSICIAN AND SCRUEON—
Office—At Sweeney a Hotel, Kuby Hill,
C BAMILTON, D. D. 8.,
Dentist, rooms, a ii:w
in Clark's new brick building,
corner of Monroe and Clark atreets,^*XLHT
Entrance on Clark street.
THOKAo S. READ,
CIVIC. r.CUICKKR ABTD r. », REP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office la the
Snntinel building, up stairs.
A. D ROCK,
T1 N. DKFI'TV MI5TEBAI. HER
• veyor aud Civil Engineer. Any survey,
lug will bo dune promptly aud on the best terms.
Eureka, August 18, 18x0. aulH-tf
MOI NTAIW I4>ItaKNO.a7.I.O.O.F.,
Meet every Wednesday evening at
Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7130 o'clock. All
member* of the order, lu g«*od standing, are In
vited to attend. J. L. SMITH. N. G.
A. Oliver, R. S.
BIT. LION F.NCAMPMKNT NO. 10.
I. O. O. 1'.,
Holds regular sessions in their
Hall, Odd Fellows’ Building, every first
and third MONDAY EVENING of each and
every nr nth, at 7:30 o’el ck. A11 officers and
members arc particularly requested to he
Sojourning Patriarchs In good standing ere
cordially invited to attend.
CHARLES FERRARIS, 0. P.
W H. Daveni’OBt, Scribe. ep3tf
RT. JOHN'S «T1 AFTER. NO. «.
Tuf. stated convocations of st.
John's Charter, No. 6. R. A. M.. will be
held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday neat suc
ceeding the pale of the moon In each mouth.
All Royal Arch Masons. In good staudlug, are
oordlally Invited to attend.
A. L. FITZGERALD. H. P.
A D. Rocs, Secretary.
El’RKN A 1,0IMSF. NO. 1«. F. A A. If.
The stated communications of ku.
reka Lodge. No. 1«. F. A A. M.. will be
held In Odd rellews' Hall Saturday, on or be
fore the full moon.
Members of sister lodges, and sojourning
brethren In good standing, ara cordially Invit
ed to attend. EVAN JONES, W. M,
Alxx. D. Bocx, Secretary.
BF.ATIFIC 1.0BOR. WO. 7, It. OF P..
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 7:«0 o’clock ». *. at Its Castle
Ball, In the Kickard.Foley building.
All Brother Knights, lu good etandlng, ere
fraternally invited to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT. 0.0.
0. H. OiDT, K. of R. and S.
AMERICAN LABOR TNION.
The regular meetinqs of the
American Labor Union will be held at
Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of
each week. Any person desiring Information
in regard to the Union, can obtain the same by
applying to ths Secretary, st Armory Hall, be
tween the boors of 2 and 4 o’clock p. n., dally.
A. C. BISHOP, President.
▲. M. Camfbill, Secretary. apl7-tf
A. O. H.
MEET! EVERY FIRST AND THIRD BAT
urday of each month, st their hall,
oorner Clark and Edwards streets, st 7:30
o'clock. THOH. MURPHY, President.
Patrick Haxxgx. Secretary.
Eureka, July 1W. ISbO. JySO-tf
ALPHA LORAL NO. 1, A. O. IT. 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. G. II Thoma.
J. SCHANLANKER, M. W.
I. 0. 0. WllITMOBE, Recorder.
IP F P*1* day at home Samples
4)5 (0 J)/U worth |3 free. Address Sxxw*
■ox It Oo., Portland. Maine.
PAXTON & C0.9
J^RAW AT BIGHT, IN 8UM8 TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Callforniaa Bank.San Francisco
Anglo-Californian bank. London
J. k W. Seligwan k Go.New York
D. O. Mills k Go.Sacramento
Decker A Jewett.Marysville
White A McOornick.Saltliake City
Discount Commerciil Paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account, certificate, or special deposit,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
fir Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
life Pie County Bant
(In Woodruff A Ennor’s Building)
F. W. CLUTE, E. WOODRUFF.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo A Co., San
Francisco, New York sod London
Stocks bought and sold on Commision.
Local Agency for Hutchinson A Mann Fire
Insurance Companies. my 14 tf
EUREKA AND PALISADE
On and after May It:l88l,
A FAST TRAIN
will BUM BOB
pMMBftvii Malls* and Express
ONLY. AND WILL
Leave Eureka dally at.5T*4 AO a. V.
Arrive at Pallaade at.•«.9 AO A. M.
Making connection with
Kast and Went Ronnd Trains of tbs
Central Paelfle Railroad.
Leave Pallaade dally at......6 35 p. u.
Arrive at Eureka at.11:15 P. X
Freight and Aceominodatlon Traflnt
Leavee Eureka dally at.6 AO a. k.
Arrives at Palisade at......8AO P. II.
Leaves Palisade dally at.6 AO a. m.
Arrives at Eureka at...5:40 P. n.
WILL DELIVER PREIOHY AT
And 111 point! loatb, bjr It! turn*. with uh
lid dlipitcb, ind it tbi lotrul rate.
P. EVEBTft. Oficnl Rop't,
Eareki. Decembir 30.1879.
Gilmer, Salisbury & Co's
Stages will leave eureka daily
(Sunday* excepted) fur Tybo sod Bel
mont, making direct connection at Balmont
on Tuesday, Thur.duy and Saturday tor
tlrantartlle, raudblarlh, Wads,
worth and Austin.
tri-weekly ITtage line.
Through to Fioohs in 36 Hours.
Only one night on the road.
Leave Eureka Sundays, Tuesday* andThura
day. for Hamilton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Brie
tol and Ptoche. . . „ , _
Daily atage. from Ptoche to Silver Reef Bea
ver and terminus of Utah Southern Railroad
tarry lug F. A. Mall and Well*, Far
go A Co.'s Express,
W. E PW1D30N, Agent.
OSes lb Pottotta* Bulldln*. JaUtf
BREWERIES AND SALOONS.
• Moore & Pauli’s
One door south of the Telegraph Office on
NORTH MAIN STREET.
Wines, Liquors and Cigara
Of ths finest brands will si ways be found at
MOOE1 A PAri.L.
Eureka, 1881 * Jy!Wtf
““”7 of "
North Main Street.
BONETTI &_C0., Prop’s.
Largest Billiard Hall in Eurtka.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Prettiest Waiter Ciris
Eureka, July 11.1H81. Jyiatf
Basement of Whitton’a Brick Block, northeast
corner of Main and Clark Streets.
Finest Hail in Eureka I
Open Day and Night.
rime Concert Music Every Evening,
and Pretty Walter Girls to
Serve Drinks to Patrons.
(9'Only tbe best local and foreign Beers,
Wines and Clgtrs passed over the Bar.
SPRAGUE & CQWNE, Pro.
SAMPLE BOOMS SALOON.
A. Nelson, Prop.
O’NEIL AVENUE, near Hatsmoraa Furnace.
Keeps constantly on hand the
Finest Brasde of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Eureka, May 13,1881. mylStf
FRED. O. GORMAN. LUTHER CLARE.
■aln Street, Eureka.
CLARK & GORMAN, PROP’S.
This saloon has been reopened,
and is the finest accoutred establishment
of the kind in Eureka. None but tbe 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 saioon proper, which is second
to none in Nevada. nlStf
The Empire Saloon.
GRAHAM & CO., PROPRIETORS.
This new and attractive resort
has )ust been opened, aud is one of the
finest establishments of the kind in Eureka.
Connected with the house are cosy and oom
And the Gaming Department It complete iner
None bat the choicest and very best of Li*
quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons.
DBIaVKA, 18X CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 3.1881. febAtf
THE LAMENT IN NEVADA.
is KOW OPEN FOR BOSINESS.
THE BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS.
A FULL BAND OF MUSIC
In attendance every evening.
JOE MENDES. Proprietor.
“THE ' MET”
Saloon and Music Hall
It More Attractive than ever.
Attractive and attentive waiter
girls serve customers. The mualo is
second to none in the State, and
Is a feature worthy of mention. None bnt first
class liquors are dealt over tbe bar.
•STAttached to the building there are a num
ber of good lodging ro<.ms, with first-class
beds, at reasonable rates. o6tf
JACK PERRY'S SALOON,
Main and Bateman Streets
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Obtainable la the San rranclaco market oon
atantlv on hand.
Eureka, Auuat 10, 1878. aulO-tf
ATTENTION. EVERTBODi I
Hiving purchased the entire interest ol
W. H. Claris** Mercantile business,
I am now prepared to furnish
ALL KINDS OF GOODS
At Price* a* Low a* the lowest.
By prompt attention to bualneea aceomrao
dating clerks, good goods, low prices,
I SOLICIT TRADE FROM ALL.
plct»T “*• »»<I Be NatiaHesl.
• ' F. W. CLL’TK.
^Eureka, September l.m#. ■]
CELEBBA'i'EB HEBKB PIANOS
K*tcy Oetans. ^
Sherman, Hyde h Co., Ban Francisco, Pacts *
Instruments sold on the installment plan.
Weber Pianos, by all great musician#, are
sidered the best and most durable.
One only buys a Piano in a life time, therefore
get the best, the best is the cheapest, al*
Prof. Wm. Plnmboff, Local Agent. Eureka.
Watches, C'loehn, and Jewelry Re
If you want to have your watches, clocks,
and Jewelry repaired in a workmanlike man
ner go to P. STELER’S Jewelry Store, Main
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
mechanism needing repairs, go to
Chronometer, watch and clockmaker
Jewelry neatly repaired.
All work warranted to give perfect satisfac*
tlon or positively no charge. o2
DR. SPINNEY & CO.
No. 11 Kearny Street,
fpRKAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL
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 fails to cure.
There are many at the ags of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken
ing of the system in a manner the patient can
not account for. On examining the urlnaiy
deposits a ropy sediment will often be found,
and sometimes small particles of albumen will
appear, or the color will be of a thin mllkish
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-urinary
Office Hours—10 to 4 and 4 to 8. Sundays
from 10 to 11 ▲. x. Consultation free. Thor
ough examination and advice, $4.
Call or address DR. 8PINNEY * CO.,
No. 11 Kearny St., San Fra-oiseo.
DR. MANK CEE.
OFFICE—Chinatown, North O'Neil street, a
few doors below Clark.
Dr. make gee has lately associa
ted himself with a member of the medt
csl fraternity recently from Canton, China,
who has had 2C years' practice as a royal physi
cian. This doctor has 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
females speedily snd permanently cured.
I)K. MASK C3ER.
Eureka. Feb. 21,18*1. feb 22-lra
Will be mailed rui to all applicant*, and to customer* without
ordering it. It contains five colored plate*, 6»HJ engraving*,
about aw) page*, and full descriptiont, price* and dlre«-tion* for
planting 1S>00 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seed*, Plants,
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