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VOL. XXL___EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. NO. 140 gmcka Daily Sentinel, ..,mv MOn>IS“ (MOWDAYII EXCEPT '• an] r.v CASSIDY & SKILLMAN. -n 01:0. W. I’A«HII>Y. A. Bk'iU.n'i' „ of Monroe «ud Dateman -trectn. Olhre-C-OTer o._ Te .-d» OF SUBSCRIPTION: rM veer by mail.*15 00 0»ewW.I.r mall. BOO .500 S',P *0™ .»“ A Cl E M T 8 ! M. JACKSON.-w»ra . rfODMANkCO.Piocha ;■ - u2“:‘sn. Hill *■„ MABCHANT. Not. nat> 0. DOVLt.Hamilton ' ? .. 3. STJUHTBKKUKll.Tybo . n FMOHBACH... Briatol. U.moto Co., Nev. 1 “■ SC0TT Brletol, Lluoom Co.Ally. Nev. oottWOwiitil.Wluncmuc a, Nev. 6“„ ” .Silver Beef, Utah J »., oi-V-rr...Frlaco, Utah StO rz.Bonanza Oily. Idaho. . ..Central City, D. T. L ' 1 .Uiugh-m Canyon. Utah »”feuso*r ~ “.I.VmW CRANK. No. :ilH Pine atrect and gVSSoTff aTreet.Boon. ». L Sole Agent '"..tCEuaaEA Daily and Wemlt SntmitK, “to >»“-co. Person* in that city h.T “Slim With thla office are repeated to gLmontcite with him. Meat Market. JOSEPH BOOS, Proprietor »,it Door to Berg'a Ororery Store, SOUTH MAIN 8TBEET, Eureka. Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork Oflh*B*at«<*'*l“lr oh taan.1. PRICES to suit the times I W1IXOPKN MONDAY NEXT, futtki. Nov. 4, urn. __p8>f , UIUT8SII. ON CRUS BCHAtFFIR. OOU 0 SCHAEFFER, Wholesale Butchers Oaadwia t'anyou. r.uroka. Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork, TNI HIT IN TNI MAMIT. fum noou., *»»»««• lunka, XOT. I, lHI. »‘*f CAPITAL MARKET, NORTH MAIN STREET, WUT HOI. OIBSON ft ZAOOW, Prop. HIV19G PT>nCH49KD Tar. GOOD wilt. sod fixtures of tbla market, we will •onti&m to keep constantly oa hand the best Beef, Pork, Mutton, 8aus* age, Pto. Rilr. C'huiue Mleaka an«l Prime Boaata a Specially. It niaombl. rate*. Our auppljr lu tbla ra gard oauuot bo cqualad lu Kuroka. turoka.Oel. It, 1981. oistf CALIFORNIA MARKET] Wait side of SOUTfl U tl!V STREET, opposite Mrs. Hillhoas«i‘e stable. WRIGHT &SHOLDERER Proprietor*. Thft riuexl QiifxlltlM of BEEF, *^jl|MUTT0N, Pork, Sausage, Hoad-Oheese, Constantly on band. FRESH, FAT and-JUICY MEATS, Of all descriptions, the best tn the land, and cheapbr than the cheapest, Al Wlielosnle ixu«l KrUil. Isreka, Oo». 11,1881. o!2tf EUREKA MARKET. •OOTB MAIN ITBRBT, oppdte lb* Oouri. llOttMi H. J. Toomev, Prop. Of the Best Qualltv, Retail and Wholesale. *r»»ua»re<| TMlIvw »r lli«« riuut Quality f r Mill null MIhIum Pnrpnae* taiixlmilly p . on tinnd. ■Mi, Oat. l, 18U. oltf ™*' HALEY. j. h. shoemaker. HALEY & SHOEMAKER, ....nso*pnrro»* of tvk.... The People’s Market WatKA, NEVADA. ®o«f» Mutton and Pork ,n Retail and Wholesale. *'*° **• rmwiT AAl'AAOIW map. nfaetnrwl In *h«> Nl«l«. ^ b the Market for Epicures. *«««». March 13.leal. mb'lOtr BANKERS. PAXTON & CO.v KI'KKKA, NEVADA. J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN BUMS TO SUIT, ON Anglo-Califorulan Bank....San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. & W. Heliginan k Oo....New York D. O. Mills k Co.. .Sacrament* Decker k Jewett.Marysvill White k McCornick.Salt Lake Clt| Discount Commercial Paper, Mak* Oollec Uoua, Receive Deposits in Coin or ‘tdfrency oi ©]>en account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A UENKUAL II AN li I Nil BlfilNEfift •/“Mining Stocks Bonght and Bold on Corn mi as ion. Wb Pine County Bank, (III Woodruff k Ennor'i Building) Eureka, Nevada. PRESIDENT.E. WOODRUFF CASUIER.«H. PARDY Duucotobs : F. W. CLUTE, E. WOODRUFF. Transact a Oeneral Banking Business. Draw at eight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Frauclsco, New York and London. Stocks bought and told on Commlslon. Local Agency for Hutchinson k Mann Fire Insurance Companies. myl4 tf TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISAOE L^jAIIjIROAJD ■ >W *KHAKtJK«m>l On and after May I, 1881, A FAST TRAIN WILL bps FOB Mall*, and K*|tr**a OWLT, ASP WILL Leave Eureka Dally at...4:M a, K krrtv* at Pellaed* at.. COO a,a. Maklug oonnactlon with Coat nurt Weal Booud Train* of lit* faulral Pacific Railroad. RETPSHINa I Leave Pelieade Dally at.6:4(1 r. u. arrive at Eureka al.......10:55 r, M. Fretlarltl and Accommodation Train! Leave* Eureka dolly at.6DO *. M. Arrive* al rallude at.6 JO r. K. Leave* Fall**d* dally at..,,.6JO a. It. arrive* at Eureka at.6*0 ». It. THE COMPART Mill. DtlMTKB FREIOHT AT IIARil.TO*. WARD, risen, TTBO, RKI.MORT, And all point* •oath, by It* team*, with ear* and diapatrh, and at th« loweat ratal. I*. EVERT*. Btueral »up l. Eureka. December M. Wt. GilHiar, Salisbury & Co.’s STAGE LINES. Stages will leave ecreea daily (Sunday* eacepted) for Tybo and Bel. niont, making direct connection at Belmont on Tno*day, Thnraday and Salurday for Uraiatavllli, Candelaria, Wadi* aorlb and Auatlu. tri-weeklyTtage lire. Through to Plooho In 38 Hours. Only one nlgbt on the road, Leave Eureka Bundaya, To.aday* and Thura. daye fur n.mllton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Brie tol And PlooLe. . _ Pally utayes from Ptochfl to Silver Beef. Boa vur «nil term I nu« of Utah Sentbcru It All roa<l UrryiiiK lT.». Hull «»«*■ Well** Far ICO A (4» ’i K*proMss. W K DAVIDSON. Agent. I Office In ToAtofflce Building- Je'iQtf _RESTAURANTS. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT! (Attached to the House.) CHARLEY FOX Proprietor. DINING ROOMS CONDUCTED IN THE BEST STYLE. The Best In the Market will be Served. Uonrtl, per week.$8 ©O Kliitfle MimiIm . 50 Eurekt, Nov. 1,18sl. n2tf JACKSON HOUSE RESTAURANT. ... .AND.... BAKERY. Gibfried & Brisacher, 1*1101* ItlETOKN. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PBEPAR lng SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTES. BOARD PER WEEK. •». W OPEN DAY AND MU 1ST. /) Fre.il Oynter* In Every Style. Dining Rooms Conducted in First Class Style. FRESH BREAD, Ties AND CAKES Supplied et the ehurteat notice, lur.k., B«pt. 10,18.il. eelltf BONANZA RESTAURANT. rhm Door* loath of tho Traohoo Inloon, Mata Street. lamottTmartin, PUOPBIETOBS. rho above named Beataarant will be open to-day, Sept, 84. VT LAMOTT IB AN 01D BEBTAUBANT • kaaper of Virginia City for 90 year*. ,nd will give aatlafaction to ail tboae who fa 'or him with Ihelr patronage. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES t Meals S8 Cents and upwards. Eureka. Sept 99, 1981. aa94tf TURNER HOUSE RESTAURANT. Couth Main Street. JOHN OERTLI, FOBMBBLY or THE INTEBNATIONAL Restaurant, at Auatln, Nevada, has leased he Turner Houea Restaurant, where ha will arva the beat the market afford.. Be will be pla.ied td aaa hi. old cu.tom.ra ,u l as many new one. .. may cbooae to ftror dm with their petronage. Dotard, per week.17 00 deni Tickets, 81 lor. 7 00 JOHN OKRTI.f. Prop. Eureka, Sept. 11, 1991, solStf CORNER CROP - STAND. In tbe rear of tbe old Corns* flalooo, PRAMENKO A BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. rns KNEST THE UABXET AFFORDS always served to customers. Fowl, Wild Unnic, Flab. Oyster*. Eta.. Ete.. Prepared In the moet Umptlng etyle. Dealt at all Boon of the Day or Night. Private Koomi for Dinner Parties. For every delicacy of tbe eeaeoa, go to tho CORNER CHOP-STAND. Eureka. April 7, 1880._*» It OYSTER SALOON, Chop House and Confectionery Main Bt., two Door* North of Johnson'*, MR9. BBOVfN...IPROPBIKTBISB OPEN DAY AND NICHT. OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS, ,ml ,11 the (ltlloacfea r( the market kept couatautlf oo band. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. The only place in Eureka where randy 1* menufaciored. Trtth and Choice Caudtee for •tie, either wholesale or retail. dMtf _ __— - i i ■ —r REMOVED. mb. e.ITeuhn’s TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Has been removed to the room formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton, next door to Joe Boon' butcher *hop, on couth Main street, where he i* prepared to do a general TAILORING BUSINESS. Cleaning, repairing and altering uew *ult* done neatly and exped |ion*ly. %3TChargee very moderate. Thankful for past favor*, I hope for a eon tluuanceof the tame. E. KJLDIIN, Eureka, Not. 30,1»8U. dl-U HOTELS AND LODGINGS DON. M'NICOl. PETE KNIGHT. THE PARKER HOUSE, Knight & M’Nicol PROPRIETORS. * This house will be kept first clasti, and everything done for the ac commodation and to assuie the comfort of guests. Rqoms single or on suite. Attached to the house is a first-class BESXATTBAlSrX. X H E B -A. B Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the beat Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept. ■G^Rallroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka. March 18,1881. mhl9tf 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—60 cents, 75 cents, and $1 Attached to the House Is a First Class Restaurant. The Bar is stocked with the best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars The Railroad Coach takes Pnsseif gers to and from the Depot. RE-OPENED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Pattern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. 1IHE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED. NEW ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa cious. Single Rooms or in Suite*. Sm In AH the Bonus. Connected with tha Hotel te the FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE ....Aim TBS.,.. JEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA, A. JACKSON, Proprietor, Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamlltoa, Whits Pine oounty. oMf BUREAU HOTEL, P. McELROY, Proprietor, tom MAIM ITBEET. ——0 THE tNDEMIONED HAS FIRST-CLASS rooms, which eea be rested with or with, ini board, on reasonable terms. AiUehed te the bouts It a Arst-claaa BAR-ROOM, whsre lha bast of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS May he obtained. P. MoELBOY. Enrekt, Autuet 1*. 1880. aulC-tf "MORGAN LODGING HOUSE I Corner of Bael and Clark streets. MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop. The house is centrally located and has been newly papered and painted. The rooms are Urge and airy, and are all wall furnlshed with the beat of bedding and naw furniture. — ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES. Boons to let by tbs Day, Week or Month. SP*The public are Invited to axamlns the rooms and prices. Eureka, July 9C, 1881. JySltf CmsolaMtarfliiHonse North Main Street, MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR SS This house has been newly befit. ted and renovated throughout. The ta bles will be constantly supplied with every delicacy to be had in the market, and prepared In the most tempting style. saP" The proprietress guarantees that ah* will set as good a table as can be found In Eureka. Terms Reasonable. Eurek., Kept. 38,1881. *.38>f RUBY HILL Boarding House, John Lacy, Prop. Boarders vmi, be be aooommoda ttd with the beet the market afford, for ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. Ruby Hill, Augu.t 3, 1881.»u.lf j7b. lIngstroff, Merchant Tailor ! Two door. North of the We,tern Calon Tel.gr.ph OfEc». North Main Street, • Eureka HAS JC8T RF.CEITED AND EEEPS CON • Lntiy on baud a n.w end well lelMUd •took of th* l.Uet pattern, of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS. Which he will make up In the Uteet styles, and* at nrloes to suit the Alines. •^Alteration and repairing will be promptly attended to. Eureka, September 30,1880. s31-tf A WEEK IN YOUR OWN C" I ■ ■ ltown. $3 outfit free. No rink. ■% ■% Everyth lug new. Capital not n ■■required. We will furnish you Ijfi SB Hi everything. Many are making fortunes. Ladies maV« a.« m-irh as men, r.n*I boys snd girls make great pay. Reader, If you want a business at which vou can make great pay all the time, write fer particulars to II. HALLKTT k CO., Portland, Maine. nl8tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SAMUEL GOLDSTONE, Attorney and covhkelob at-I. iw. Will practice in the State and 1 ederal Courts. Office in the Courthouse, Eu reka, Nevada. olStf DAV. E. BAILY, Attorney at uw, ryland-k bnlldlug, llateman street. Jy24tf R. M. BEATTY. Attorney and cocnnellor at Law. Office—Room 16, Jackson House Block, Eureka, Nevada. jy8tf W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law and Dis trict Attorney. Civil business attended to in all the Court*. Office in the Court-house. geo. w. baker. 9. L. wifAa. BAKER & WINES, Attounkyn at law. office in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada. 9KO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, ArrilHNCTh AT UW. PBAC TICE in all the Courts. Office in the Fuley-Riekard Building, over Wells, Fargo tz Co’s Express Office, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. je5 tf FREDERICK W. COLE, Attorney at uw. eureka, Nevada. Office—Skntjvel Bnlldlug. C. J. LANSING, A TT44RNI1Y AT LAW, OFFICE IN f\_ the Court House. Eureka, May 20, 1879. my21tf F. H. HARMON, A TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICK At the Assessor's office, in the Court louse. PHYSICIANS. DE. A. 0. BISHOP. PHYSICIAN AND Nl’BOEON — Office—Wtozell’s new brick building, two doore sontb of the Opere House. o22tf DE. M. ROCXMAN, PHYSICIAN AND WIDGEON - Office—Dunkel’a building, up stairs, northwest corner of Main end Clark struts Rdomc fronting on Main street. oldtf DR. JAME8 WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SI'HCJT.ON Office in the Jack*on House, Eureka, oT DR. 0 H. TEOXA, PHYSICIAN AND ICBOCOI, OF floe In Baimanu. building, up sUlre, imi suite of roome. DR J, R. N. OWEN. J)HYSICIAN AND IPBONI 1D> . reke, Rs-reds. Office st the Turner Houee. eln etreet. DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON. PHYSICIAN AND BUN® EON— Ottos la StHTtKiL bnllding, front rooms, up stlirs.myiatf DR. BEAN, -PHYSICIAN AND BU BO EON— i office—At Sweeney • Hotel, Buby Hill, He-rede. ... I 'I.PI mmm PBOIXBBIONAL 0ABD8, 0 HAMILTON, D. D. 8., Dentist, boohi, a In Olerk'e new briok bulldlag.flMgSK comer of Monroe and Clark ^ Entrance on Clark atraat. THOMAS J. READ, nim ENSINEBE AND V. S, DBF Vj uty Nlnerel Surreyor. OEM la Bylend • bnlldieg, up stelre. _ _ B00IBTIB8. _ HOCNTAIN CO DDE NO. *188.8.131.52. F., ■srHT EVERY WBDN**r>A7 EVKltrea AT >VL Odd Tellowe’ Hell, et T1J0 o'eloek. All members of the order, In good etendlng, ere In Tlted to ettend. J. L. SMITH. II. 0. A. Clivus, B. 8. _ ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER. SO. 5. rSK STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST. Jolts’a Chapter, No. 5, B. A. M , will ba laid at Maaoslo Hall, os tha Saturday salt eno laedlng the pale of the moos Is each month. All Royal Arch Meaona, in good ataadiag, are ordlally lprlted to attend. A. L. FJTZOEBALD. H. P. A. D. Boon, Secretary. EUREKA LORRE. NO. 16. F. * A. n. THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU. reka Lodge. No. I*. F. k A.M.wtllb* laid in Odd Fallawa’ Ball Saturday, on or be for* tbe fall moon. Member* of alitor lodge*, and eojeuming brethren In good atendlng, are oordially malt ad to attend. EVAN JONES. W. M. Am. D. Boon, Secretary, BEATIFIC? LORRE. NO. 7, K. OF F., Meets eaoh feidat of every month, at 7*0 o'clock r. if., at lta Oaatl# , In the Rlckard-Yolev building. All Brother Knlghta, Hi good aUndlng, ar* fraternally Invited to attend anoh on atlnga. W. H. DAVENPORT, 0. 0. 0. H. Oad*. K. of B. and 8. AMERICAN LABOR UNION. THE REGULAR MEETING8 OF THE American Labor Union will be held at Armory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of eaoh weak. Any pereon dealring information In regard to tbe Unlon, can obtain the came by applying to th* Secretary, at Armory Hall, be tween the hour* of 2 and 4 o'olock y. If., dally. A. 0. BISHOP, President. A. M. C.htbxlx, Secretary.~ ap!7-tf A. O. H. Meets every first and third sat nrdey of each month, at their hall, corner dark and Bdwerdaftreeti, at 7do o'clock. PATBIO* STANTON, Praaldenl. Samoa Hahmok, Beayctwy- • uraka, July 1«. 1880 Jf*>-N ALPHA LORRE NO. 1, A. O. U. W. Meets at the foley and biokard building every Tuesday evening at 7:80 o'clock. Sojourning brethren In good standing arc Invited to attend. __ Examining Physician — Dr. G. H. Thom*. A. E. SHANNON, M. W. I. 0. 0. Warmom*. Itcoorder. CIGAR STORE! ....▲T.a.a JACK PERRY’S CORNER, JAKE HARBIN, Prop. IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS Of tbe Choicest Brands, and tbe Rest Tabascos, Cigarette* and liuak lug Articles, Els., Etc Eureka. Oct 1,1881. _ HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE' A nOUSE containing four rooms, a J\ clothe, cloeet, p,ntry, and a Urge, aplen. did cellar, la offered for rale at a bargain. Lot frouU 76 feet on North O'Neal Avenue, extending back 100 feet. For particular* In onir<*«f GKO, M. PAYNE, 1 ,*2811 or MAC FAULINGEB BREWERIES AND SALOONS. Moore & Pauli’s SAL. OOUXT One door south of the Telegraph Office on NORTH MAIN STREET. Wines, Liquors and Cigars Of the finest brands will always bo found at this establishment. MOORE A PAUI.I* Eureka. July 36.1881. jy37tf STONESALOON North Main Street. BONETTI &C0„ Prop’s. Largest Billiard Hall in Eureka. WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ....AND THK... . Prettiest Waiter Cirls Eureka, July 11, 1H81. Jylltf SAMPLE ROOMS SALOON. A. Nelson, Prop. O'NEIL AVENUE, near Matamoraa Furnace. Keeps constantly oh hand the Flncat Brand* of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Eureka, May 12,1881. mylStf ntlO. O. GORMAN. LUTHER CLARK. Palace Saloon Main Street, Eureka. CLARK I GORMAN, PROP’S. 7lb* kind In Euraka. How but U>* tar, fin eat brand* of Llqnora and Cigar* will be fur. nlabad our cuetomera. Tb* Card Boom la elegant and comfortable. Tb* Tiger wblak* about “ upon tb# green " In tfaa rear of tba aaloon proper, whloh la aacond to non* In Nevada. uliiu — The Empire Saloon. GRAHAM A CO.. PROPRIETORS. This x*w axd attbao^ive tutto&T hu just been opened, and il 6u# « tb# Aoait eatablifcbinents of tb# kind in Eur#*a. Colleoted with tbs bouse a## oogy and com. fortable PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS, And the darning Department la complete in ev er, rosteet. . . . . None but tbe choice*! and vary beat of LI qttore and Cigar* will be dlapenead to patron#. DISINHB, 18b CKHTB. Eureka, Tab. a, 1181. _tabitf MENDES* “TIGER "SALOON. THE LAIOXXT IN NEVADA. IS HOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BBANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS. A PULL SAND OP MUSIC In attendance every evening. JOE MENDES. Proprietor. “THE TRUCKEE.” 3. PRSVOST.PROPRIETOR. THIS KTB'W Saloon and Music Hall Is More Attractive than Avar. A TTBACTIVK AND ATTENTIVE WAITER girl* servo customers Tho music is leoond to none in the State, and COOD SINGING [i a feature worthy of mention. None but first '.lass liquors are dealt over the ber. §3?”Attached to the building there are a turn ber of good lodging rooms. with first-class beds, at reasonable rates. ofitf JACK PERRY’S SALOON, -CORNER or Mein and Bateman Streote -EXjRisitA., wr*JV. -THE 0HO10E8T Wines, Liquors and Clears Obtainable la the San Francisco market con stantly ou hand. * Eureka. Auguat 10,U7».eulO-tf TAX NOTICeT NOTICE II HEBEDY OIYf.X THAT THE gtata aurt County Tun for tha yaar 19«1 it. now duo and payable at my otter, >1 H Pallet k 0«.'• atora, and that tha laws regard ing their oollacUon will ba^atrlet^y enforced. County Trraaurer and tx-OfflcJo Tan Colla tor. Eureka, Oot. If, I9sl. olglf For Sale or Rent. A HOUSE CF SIX ROOMS ON HURT Avtnue will be leased or sold st s bar gain. For particulars apply to W. P. ST*I COELMAN. Agent for II. BISHOP. myktf | if p a. SOn Pfr day at home. Samples J)D TO 4>ZU worth ii free. Address »tik son k Oo., Portland. Maiue. _ 8PEC1AL NOTICES mtSIATED WEIiFK PIAI1MI —A*B— Kaley Orleans. Sherman, Hydo ft 0o„ San Francisco, Pacifl Coast Agents. , Instruments sold on the InsUllment plan Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are sldered the beet end moat durable. Oneonly buya a Plano !u e Ufa time, therefore get the beet, the beet la the cheapest, ale ways. Prof. Wm. Plumhoff, Local Agent. Eureka, Watches, Clocks, nod Jewelry Be pal reel. If you want to have your watohea, clocks, and Jewelry repaired In s workmanlike man. ntrgo to P. STELtlPS Jewelry Store, Main etreet. All work warranted. Police. If you hare a line or compUcated wakk or clock, a music box, an automaton tinging bird or any other dellcsle and Intricate niece o mechsnlem needing repairs, go to " EDW. WILHELM. Chronometer, watch end clockmaker Jewelry neatly repaired. All work warranted to give perfect aetlafac. lion or positively no charge. _MEDICAL. DR. SPINNEY A CO. Mo. 11 Bearny Street, T»*AT ALL OBBONIO ABB 8FE01AL J Diseases. OTJ3STO Is/tEKT Who may be suffering from the effects of youth fill follies or indiscretion* will do well to avail tbemaelTea of this, the greatest boon era laid at the feet of suffering humanity. Dr. Spin ney will guarantee to forfeit See hundred do), lere for every case of weakness or private dla. eaas at any kind or character which he under, tehee and falls tocure. MIDDLE-AGED MEM. Thera are many at the age of thirty to sixty who era troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken* lng of the system lo a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will ofteu he found, and sumetliuea small particles of albumen will appear, or tbo color will be of a thin milkleh hue, again changing to a dark and torpid ep. preranee. There are many men who dla 01 thla difficulty, Ignorant of the cause, which la thr second stage of sen,Inal waaknaaa. Dr. 8. will guaranies a perfect cure In all eneb case* and a healthy reetcraflon of the fenlto-Urinary organa. * Office Honrs—lo to * and « to t. (underI from Hi to )l a. at. tteneultstjan free, Thar, ougb essmlbalsoo and advise, §5, Cal) or eddrost BB. (FINKS* ft CO„ ho. 11 (rseny Hi,, Man Fra. -dace, B. BtlXJMBT. , non REINHART l CO. J**:.i««rr- ill Uliob* *r.d Oh ui.1 BARLEY, W4HB, H' ti r. AT, MCA* 4N|) KlfMHTM. Bcrloy Cround to Order. mini roii ruse BIT tTTL£B VJAOOiv ♦ In rp rp» m«*. 4JPMI.41W, Burr-B!., Bad til klBdi of AGRILCLTERAL IMPLEMENTS. Ail flood* 4*l!v*r*d to *ny put *f town free of charge. OFFICE—Sot th Ik! aid Street. Q*it door fo> tfcp Troii Btll. Ev.voki, X«t. j«4ti B.T. Lact. fc. 0. Pa»K», PARKE A LACY, Sol* Agent* for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS -4ND— Rock Diilling Machinery. PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Mai hlul.t.' Tool, and Steam Kngin**, Hae. [In'. Login*. and Botina, Hoi.ting tad Yacht Begin**. Btaam Pam pa and Oac trifag al Irrt. [atiag Puzapa, ALWATB OM HASP. 117 Uarkat Btract. Ban Franolaoa. California EUREKA Real Fstate & Collection iiescy, MINING BUREAU, AND NOTARY rCBLIO. r»'BAN'8ACT8 A GENERAL REAL ENT ATE 1 slid Collection Business ; Draws and Ac. knowledges Instruments ; Examinee Titles • Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate • Examines and He ports npou Mines; Collects Rents ; and. in fact, will attend to an y legiti. mate business in which there is s fee. E. J. BUTLER.. Office in Bzntixkl building. Eureka, Nev. fOT Refers to any and all the business men of Eureka. Eureka. Oct. 96.18*0. o27-tf JAMES M. SMITH, CORONER, Eureka ,,,,,,,,, ..Kavitd*. Residence West side Mouroe Street, fourth door North of the old Atone Hot pita t FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOTS. Tins PROPERTY IB SITUATED OH MOW roe .treat, two lota north of tho real dene* of B. Sadler, and eonalata of . KiuMI Wooden Building and % Lola, Having a frontag* of MxlOO faat. Tho ownar I. dralrooa of dlapoalng of the pro party tana dl.Uly, and will tall It ehtap. For particulars loqnlre of olDB. lOOI LEE, China towa. OPERA HODSE! Managers of theatrical or other companies desiring dates at th<s theater roust oouitnunienta directly with th# propria* tors. Address, POLE?, BTLANt) k WINZELL, Eureka. Nevada, Aug. 16.1681. aulotf $40 Reward. The above reward will re paid for the return of two mules loat lu Dta moud Valley. One is a mare mule and the other a horse mule. Both ure brand* d on the left hip T. P UOBERTJ. corner Main and Robertson streets. o‘J5 lro*