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The Cheapest Place in Nevada! WE HAVE A BUYER IN THE MARKET at all times and buy for Cash, conse quently are in a position to undersell those who go to the market but once or twice a year. We have in slock, at the lowest possible price, a full stock of CLOTHING, GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS! BOOTS AND SHOES, HaU nntl ('nps, Trunk* and Vkllsei, ( iillrry. Yankee Notleus, Etc., Etc., Etc. Three or four times a week goods are auc tioned off and sold to the highest bid der for Cash. Come one. come all, and see the bargains you can buy for Christmas at Tie Great Eastern Variety Store. JAKE COIIBT, Proi»rlet r. Eureka, Dec. 1,1381. <Mtf NOTICE. A LOCAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY IN CONTEMPLATION. MRS. LAURA 9. CHURCH. WHO BEARS the reputation of being the leading j Vocalist. Teacher, Composer and Elocutionist of this Coast, has arrived in Eureka, with a view to open an Academy of Vocal and In*f rumen ImI Music, Where she will also give lessons in Elocution, Oratory and French. MR9. L. 9. CHURCH also proposes to or ganize and teach a company of ladies and gen tlemen of Enreka and vicinity one or more of her original comic operas, with a view to pro duction, including her successful opera of “The Wreck of the Pinafore.'” MRS. CHURCH will shortly give a concert at the Opera House, after which a subscrip tion list will be opened by her many friends to establish her proposed Academy of Music. Her terms for teaching or conducting amateur musical or dramatic clubs will in all cases be moderate. She therefore respectfully solicits a hearty co-operation of resident support. Eureka, Dec. 7,1881. d8 lm GO AND SEE SAM. NATHAN On NORTH MAIN STREET, four doora below Sadler'a store, Dealer in DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, W atob.es, Opera Glasses, Musical Inatrnments, Holiday Presents, Guns and Pistols, and a thousand other things too numerous to mention. II© islli bin Goods 99 per cent lower than any bouse lu Eureka. 83r Gall and examine goods and prices, and you will see that you are not humbugged. Eureka, Deo. 3,1881. d4tf bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb RUBY HILL ....A FIXE STOCK OF.... Tobacco and Cigars, Notions, Cutlery, etc. Hofiday Goods I .11 deacrlptlona, Jnet reel rad. •9" Agent for all the leading Dally and Monthly newspaper! and Jonrnala. W. J. PEN BOSK, Prop. Buby Hill, Dec. 8, 1881. . d9tf SWERi\EO_ LIVERY! THE PUBLIC 18 INFORMED THAT WE have the finest livery turnouts in the State. ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG GIES, CARRIAGES, ETC., the most elegant in the land, just received from Ban Francisco. Our horses, also, are un surpassed. In short there is no stable oif the Pacific Coast, certainly none in this section, that can compare with it. There is no other stable In Eureka that has a rig fit for a fish wagon. EVERYTHING 18 NEW. W. II. SWEF.NET. Eureka, Oct. 89, 1881. oSOtf ANTONE FARRARIS, Boot and Shoemaker, ....HAS REMOVED TO.... V. UHL’S OLD 8HOPf Kut Bill* Lower Main Street, near Waaiant Union Telegraph Offloe. Boots and shoes made to order, and a perfect St guaranteed. Mending and repairing done on abort order. W Mr. Uhl haa turned over hl« entire one tom to me. and I hope to merit e oontlnnanoe of the aame. ANTONE FARRARIS. Eureka, April IB, 1881. apldtf PUBLIC .NOTICE! I TAKE THIS METHOD OF GIVING NO tice to the people of Eureka, from and af r thia date, that all parties who place hot aahea and ooala on the streeta and back yarda of their residences, and thereby endangering the property of the whole town, the law will be atrictly enforced in each and every caae. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff of Eureka County. Eureka, Dee. 1,1881. dfi lm A BARGAIN. TWO FINE SHOW OASES OAN BE PUR. chaacd at a bargain, bp making applica tion to ED. WILHELM, Wbitton'abnilding.oll Fruits! Notions! Oigart and Tobacco. Jno. Penberthy, Proprietor Tbrca door, belaw PoatofBca. Fresta. Zjlmeal Uept (ba.Uatl/ an Head. Euraka, Nor. 1,1881. n«tf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. M. B. Partlctt, • WHOLESALE DEALER IN — Wines, LiquorsITobaccos, CIGARS AND GLASSWARE. J THE LARGEST STOCK IN EUREKA! REDUCTION OF PRICES! I am now prepared to Bell CHJAIIB AT BOTTOM PKH'EN, for 820 pet 1,000 and upwards. Whisk es from 82 50 per tiallon and upwards, and every thine else lu proportion. CALL AND EXAMINE SAMPLES! Eurtkt, Oct. 1, 1881. oltf R. SADLER & CO. Nortli Main Street, EUREKA, - ... NEVADA. ...DEALERS IN.... General Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND. PROVISION © ! OLOTHINO, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARES TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OFj THE. j LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .Also, Affsnt# ft>r the...... CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I —»— Kreooda delivered to all parti of town, (m of ekarpo. Inwtt, J urn try 14,18»0._ J(ullg ,f EUREKA SKATING RIM! Now Open. FUN FOR EVERYBODY ! Gents' Season Tickets .$25 00 Ladies' season Tickets.15 00 Children’s Season Tickets. 15 00 Gents’Monthly Tickets. 8 00 Ladles’ Monthly Tickets. 6 00 Children’s Monthly Tickets. 6 00 (General Admission, 28 Cents ET SKATES FURNISHED' TO All PARTIES. Eureka, Not. S3.1881. nMtf Regll & Waldvogel’s ID -A. I IR; "ST. PURE MILK AND CREAM I SERVED IN ANT QUANTITY 10 SOT cuatomara. Paraona wishing Milk or Onu, oan notify the drivers of our wagon*. BEGLI ft WALDVOGXL. Enreka, NoTamhav 18 1878. nM FOR SALEOR RENT. THE •• IBON HALL" PROPERTY, WITH Bar Fixtures, two Billiard Tablaa and Furniture, are offered for sale or rant. For Particulars apply at WllUam Tall Honae, ortb Main (treat, of o81tf MAGGINI BROTHERS. STRAYED OR STOLEN] Fbom yahoo canyon, two mules, In good order. The brand on th* mouse colored horse mule la 0 on the left shoulder. and th* brand on the black bora* mnl* la H. A reward of gas la offered for th* return of th* mulaa to Oolarlok'a corral, Bnraka. I. MARCH. Bnraka, Not. 8,1881. nlO lm* HART & PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS i i Mo. BOS Market street, UF STAINS SAN FBANOISOO, CAL. j New Music Hall. In order to meet the popular demand Mr. George Gonne Hu converted hi. Vertety Hell into the moat select and classical Symposium of Music In town An Orchestra of Five Pieces. Under the direction of Professors Rlegslhuth and Plumhof render nightly the Finest Operatic Moroeaux. the beat liquid refreahments and olgara In the town aerved by EIGHT OF THE PRETTIEST GIRLS. ADMIMBIOBT. FREE. Inrekt, Dee. 1.1881, aJtf WHOLESALE AHO RETAIL TOBACCO HOUSE! Eut Bide North Mein Street, one door below Stone Building. B. ROTHSCHILD.Proprietor. IMPOHTED ANDJOHESflC CMS! UAIIM GAROI, PIMG AROJ’ICGTLIGT. Enreke, Nov. 88,1881. nMtf GREAT CHANGE TO make money. Thoee who tlwaya take edven Itegeof the good chencee for meking money that *ra offered, generally lecome wealthy, while thou who do not re neln in .overly. We want many man, woman, >oya and girt. to work for ua right in thair iwn localities. Any one can do the work iroperly from the Bret etart. Tha bualneu rill pay more then ten time, ordinary wagaa. Sxpenulve outfit furnished free. No one who ngages fails to make money rapidly. Ton an devote your whole time to the work or nlyyour apare momenta. Full information nd all that la needed eent free. Addreea ITINSON A CO.. Portland, Maine. nlBtf A DVKRTISE IM THR KI KKKA H BiymriL, th. Met advartleing medium n Butt*. Imti MISCELLANEOUS. GET THE BESTV LEAD ALL OTHERS! Every Style & Price. Guaranteed Unequaled FOR OPERATION. ECONOMY. DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. Improvement! and Conveniences fbnnd in no others. Always Reliable, POPULAR EVERYWHERE. Far Sale in Every City and To^ in the United State. AND BY R. SADLER & CO., EUREKA. NENADA. i Wes anfl RaDy Hillers! Take Notice that W. P. Haskell Has Received the Largest Stock of CARPETS! Ever Received in Eureka ; also, 10.000Rolls of the Latest Style* of Paper Hangings ! ALSO, A FULL LISE OF Crockery and Ciassware. Eureka, August 6,1881, an7tf P. W. OLUTE Wholesale and Retail Dealer In GROCERIES PROVI8ION8, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. A Foil and Complete Ntoek of Hardware on Hand anScon stantlj arriving, which I am nlhrln, at prices to Dsiy Competition, A^ent for tlie Giant Powder Company. F. W. CLCTE. Norsk., Sept, It, 1881. aelStf RE-OPENING —OF THE City Monk Gallery. LOUIS MONACO THE .IONTIE ABO tOOCHI.OL ARTIST. NOTHING BUT THI BX8T AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES Am taken at this Galleir. with all the latest improYementa of finish and style. COPYING, either Plain or Ylnlahed, In Crayon Color, or Ink, made a specialty— Orayon work particularly. Alto, ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any •lie desired. 9 LOUIS MONACO. o9 Photographer and Proprietor. E. JACOBS, The well known auctioneer, will recelre *11 kind* of good* *t Jake Cohn'* Great Eastern Auction Stare! NORTH MAIN STREET, next door above B. Sadler k Co.'s. I will sell goods at auction for any person at a very reasonable commls* slon. AUCTION SALES EVERY THURSDAY. All Oat-door 1*|«* Promptly At tended to. Send in Your OooflT for Sale Days. E. JACOBI), Auctioneer. Eureka, Sept, n, 1881. selSif Hiram Johnson, Wholesale ind Retell Dealer in GROCERIES ....AND.... PROVISIONS. Chicago Hams and Breakia Bacon, Inter eared, nlwaya on hand. AT THB BRICK 8TORR, NORTH MAIN STREET. Enrtk*, July 18,1881. Jyl8tf R00MST0 LET TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO 1*1, en *nlte or tingle, on Nob Hill, oppo site tbe rerldence of O. W. Merrill, Faq. For particular* apply to MBS. MoMABTIN. Eureka, Not. I, 1881. nBtf WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. Ed. Wilhelm, CHRONOMETER WITCH MD CLOCK MAKER. Jeweler and Optician, WHITTON'S BUILDING, Keep* constantly on hand a well selected stock of first-class WATCHES, /v CLOCKS! jewelryaA —AND— OPTICAL GOODS! —AND— By Law Prlc-a and atrlelly Honrat deallny will make ble eft. tablialiment (he fllalieom d« I'euflaui’e of Eureka. TWENTY YEARST EXPERIENCE. •y Twenty years* experience In the very first chronometer, watch and cloekmaklng estab lishments of Dresden,Paris, London, Shanghai, Yokohama and San Francisco, a complete sat of machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kinds of time-koeping Instru ments, combined with the fact that I refund any money If lever should fall to give entire satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that nons but first-class work will leave my hands. EDW. WILHELM. Eureka, February 10.1880. fll-tf. J. STRAUS, In George Young's Gunsmith Nhop, MAIN STREET.EUREKA. WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND Engravif* Repairing of watches, Jewelry, and tttf svlng done In a R rj workmanlike u IBBiV English watch repairing a ■p<H.igltf« Eureka, April 3, 1ML spStf Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral Fob Diseases or th* Thboat and Lrwos, such as Couchs, Colds, Wsgopino Couoh, Bbow chitih, asthma and Conscmptiow. The few composi tions which have won theconfldence of man kind and become household words, among not only one, but many nations, vmust have extraordi nary virtues. Per haps no one ever se ~ cured so wide a repu tation, or maintained it as long as Ayeii’h (Chbbby Pkotobal. It uas been known te the public aoout eu years, t>y a umg ct>nuuu<-u series of marvelous cures, that have won for It a confidence In its virtues never equaled by any other medicine. It atill makes the most effectual cnrea of Coughs, Colds and Consump tion that can be made by medical skil1. Iu deed, the Cherhy Pectoral has really robbed these dangerous diseases of their terrors to a great extent, and given a feeling of immunity from their painful effects that la well founded, If the remedy be taken In season. Every family should have It in their closset for the ready and prompt relief of its members. Sickness, suffering, and even life ia saved by this timely defense. The prudent should not neglect It, and the wlae will not. Keep it by you for the protection It affords by Its early use In sudden attacks. Prepared bt DR. J. C. AYER k CO.. Lowell, Massachusetts. Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD BY ALL DBUOOIBTS AND DEALERS (1) IN MEDICINE. Jelltd FOR sale: Splendid Property at a Great Bargain. rjBE FLAGS KNOWN 48 MITCH ILL * LYON'S RANCH, In Bteptoe Valley, mlflwey between Weed end Oberry Creek, le for eele et e greet bargain on eeay term*. It sontelne 1,000 a ore, under fence. The lend grow* bay, grain end vegetable*. It 1* eleo a megnido.nt •took range. The Improvement! conelet of * dwelling, eteblee, correle, etc. There le eleo e good dairy outfit. Will be told with or without the boreee end cattle. The proprietor* offer to eell became they deelre to go Keet. Addreae Mitchell k Lyon*, Oberry Greek, White Pine County, or epply on the premlae*. **4tf For gale. JpiVI HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF fine land, wall watered and covtrad by a j United States Patent. Also. 800 tone of good hey end 100 ton* common hey ; two mowing machines end two hey presses ; one hey rake, three wagons, one buggy. 10 fine milk cows, 33 brood mares, 30 young h ones, one Imported ack from Parle, Missouri, one Norman stal lion. The house is 35x00 feet deep, end well furnished. Also, eteblee end correle, lnclud ell kinds of Implements usually used on e complete ranch. For particulars epply to JOSEPH MENDES, Eureka, Nev. selSdawtf PARKER HOUSE BARBER SHOP ....AND.... Bathing Establishment. JOB SOZRBER, Proprietor, Formerly with Nall Schntalelo. Kturaka, Not. It. 1881. nl«-tf BARBER SHOP —<un>— BATH HOUSE, Balov tha Poetofflce, ona doov north of Henry Kind', grocery ltor.. ■»«T CABKT..Proprietor ifbut of help employed.-v* JNO. SIMPSON ....HAS BKOPENED THE.... Geraty Barber Shop aaa.Oir.... ■oath Mala Street, Bareka. Shaying and Hatrcntting a Specialty. JAMES M. SMITH, CORONER, ■»*••*»...NOVOdO. Baaldanca Weet aide Monroe Street, fourth foot North of the old Stone Hoapltat HOUSE FOR SALE! WI8IIINQ TO LEAVE THE STATE. X OF fer my dwelling house for sale. Price, (9,BOO, Including carpets and kitchen range. Every thing, except my law library, in my of ice In the Sbvtivmx. Building Is for sale. _ F. W. COLE. Bnreke, August a, imi. lottf DRUGS AND MEDICINES. f. j. schneider] % DDDDD ^ N RRRRR 4 J UUUUU GGGGG GGGGG m IIII1I1II .888888 3 / TTT1T (AST SIDE MAIN STREET, THING DOOR IOUTH OF CLARK. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS —accurately prepared— At all hours or the day or night. Orders for Drugs and Medicines, —Promptly attended to— I bare alto a Fall I.loe of Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Hslr Brashaii, Tooth BrnihM, Nnl and Bath Brashes, Etc., And In fact everything usually found in s first , class Drag Store. F. J. SCHNEIDER, Proprietor. Eureka, June 14,1880. Junl6 tf CITY DRUG STORE. Nearly oppoalta Paxton A Co 'a Bank. MAIN STREET, - - - EUREKA. fresh~drucs9 Patent Medicines, TOILET GOODS ETC., ETC. H. A. MARTIN, myl3tf Proprietor W.H.STOWELL. DRUGGIST, No. 3, Main 8t., Eureka. Eureka. July 35.1881. Jy3tit 1 BANKERS. PAXTON & CO., B^HSTIKIEIR/S, BCBF.UA. NEVADA. J^RAW AT BIQHT. IN BUMS TO BUIT, ON Anglo-Californian Bank.San Franclaco Anglo-Californian bank.London J. k W. Seligman k Co.New York D. O. Mills k Co.Sacrament* Decker A Jewett.Marysvill White k McOornlck.Belt Lake Oit| Discount Commercial Paper, Make Oollee tlons, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency of open account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A UKXEBAL BASK I MO BUBIBIBM ftF" Mining Stocks Bought and Bold on Com* mission. Mb Fine County BanK (la Woodruff A Banor'a Building) Eureka, Nevada. F RESIDENT.I. WOODBFFF 0A8HIEB.WM. FARDT Dmntu t F. W. CLFTK, 1. WOODBFFF. Tiuiul« O.ner.l Banking BuiIsm.. Dm at algbt on Walla, Fargo k Co., Baa Franclaco, New York and London. Btocka bought and aold on Ootnmlalon. Local Agancy for Hutchlnaon k Maun Fir* Inauranca Compaule*. my 14 tf MISCELLANEOUS. Enreta aid California LUMBER COMPANY, South Main St., Bureka. California and Nevada LTJMBHB, or ALL KINDS. Rediood, Orep aid Sapr Piae MININS TIMBERS .a.aAXD.... Building Lumber. A complete utortmeut or eleor and dreeled Limber, Flooring, Bid* Ing, Bustle, and other styles ol Siding, Holding, Laths, Shingles, ' Doors, Beebes, Blinds, tM„ ways on hand, everything at the Lowest Cash Rates. NOTICE TOravelers< PASTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO RAIL, WAT Station! will pleeae procure tlobet cl the Jackaon Home, or et the Feehlon Stables tad leave order, to be oelled. W. B. SWEENET A 00., Mae Proprietor.. B% pi dh WBbubinessnowbefore -III g® I tbe public, you can meke In Bn wh B money feeler et work for |B B B ue then at anything elee U |_ LI | Oepltel not needed. We B will etert you 1 til s day made et home by tbe Induetrlone. Mas, women, boye end girl, wanted everywhere to work fur ue. Now ie tbe ttme. Ton oen work In epere time only, or five your whole time to the onalneea. Ton ean live et home end do tbe work. No other bnt.neae will pay yon nearly ea well. No one ean fell to meke enor mouepeyby engaging tt once. Ooetly ontdt end terme free. Honey made feet, eeally end honorably. Addraea TRUE A 00., Auguete, Heine. nlitf JUST RECEIVED! AT P. It. HAMNBH’H, Worth Main Street, Eureka. Teas, from U seats to |1 50 per lb. Censes, from SO to 50 cents per lb. Boneless Ham In Mklas. Broiled Baekerel la Tomato and Bastard Banes. Choicest Wines mad URscrt. oBtf °Hnwi° «rwicui Y°UNC Men *h««n..lvM of thi. ?hi ”**IU<le»,lf>'6 “ «he fee, of .offort”^*’**1 C> U«7o" i forfeuT"1?' «?fc£ i£f,f' o' We.SJi V^M St “h« end ?aJUto££“»c» rr.'r'*n°L*;h\atD **». Who are troubled »?,.! *** »f tin-, . of the w322^tt •martlng or burning tj?,> lag Of tLe uvaUtrn hT. °,fctlon, and 1 not account for On «»• w£fk* «.vDr.r,?rH?-s?c5 ssz? •««? j uSs thli difficulty, IgnorantT**^ m,“* WtoiS*' the aocond J&TOS, As*«S: will guarantee a perfect cur. ,***‘M» D, , and a healthy reatoraUonSf /?.* *°,b tui' organa. 01 w>® g®nlto.nrt from 10 £°n*71« *“0* “d 1 hi g,,."’ on8ho.To“,^lo° s?K2S? *S No-TKe^ny^^ *00^ THE GREAT ENGLISH RHun, seHSh ®ff«?Ct*0f8elf Ahn # euiory ,”La«^^^ j; JSiurnri"1^, “ Aversion to Society, DlmnM.oPvi.^*“,“«<, in the Dead; the vital fluto n.,LVJV,on!!<»'w , to Mftsjjroth,r -swas ■55kAW5jsiJL,K!i.,i*sj«Bto the VITA I, KMTO* ATI* “*' special advice and treatment) will ,£??" bl! for anything Impure or tninn™,. • I>H. Mini IK t»7t. .li°/?iri“S It oeeefoil/without mercury 1'ree. Thorough .lamination eluding analyst, of urine. Km iriciijan Kentons live, *3 00 a botti. ~ ,0,'ltal the quantity, 110 00, lent to inySddSlLM,,‘" receipt of price, or 0. 0. D. 11 Kearny St. Han Trnnclaco, and Bladder Complaint*, OonorSi*. "m!? are the btit*and _TRAVELERS' GUISE, EUREKA AND PALISADE X3/.A.X Xj X&O AD hew ARumnuni On and after May I, I88l, •A. FAST TRAIN WILL 101 tOB PMHai<n, Kalla, ul Expma ONLY, BUS WILL Lear# Eureka Pally »l„.« i l Arrire al Pallaada al.. I* a I, Making aaUBaeUaa wltk latl aad Waal Beam Tralag altta ('antral Pari Hr Ralliead. BBTCHSIJtt i Laavt Pallaada Pally al.. iIa.,.WU Arrlraa! Eureka al..._.....10JIl ». rralfkt and Aeearaaodatiaa Tralai Laaraa Eureka dally at. Arrlraa at Pallaada al.•* 1 “ Laaraa Pallaada dally at.I*) i. a Arrlraa al Eureka al.... lid THE OOMPAIT WILL DELITIB FREIGHT AT ■AKILTOH. WABD. PIOCKE, TTBO. EEIJIORT, And all poluta aonth, by lla lean*, ullkwi aad dlapateb, and al Iba loweat T. EYEETS. General Bup’* Eureka. December W. lOT. _ Gllifir.SalislwiM STAGE LINES QTA0E8 WILL LEAVE O (iundeye excepted) for Tybo “ m| moot, meklng direct connection ” 04 Tueedey, Thuredey end geturdey for Srenlerllle, ttedelerHi Wede1 worth nod AweMn. TRI-WEEKLY STAGE LIKE. Through to Piocho In 30 Hotin. Only on* night on tba pom. Leere Xnreke •»B4jg|^0(j^NKrdj5v daya tor Hamilton, Oharry Cpm*. tol and Piocha. . aiWat Delly etegee (ron W»‘< wilted ▼e» end termlnue of Dlek Sen _ Ctrryiw v. »• *•« mo d Co.1* Eipp*11, W. I. DAVIDSON. Ag»L OfBoe In PoetofBee Bnlldlng^^^^g Matiofprwsl T°f.».:a™‘Sr..Ss| 0. Jonaa In the blackamUMog ^ day ^ tag bualneaa, waa dlaaolm on IfoYember. IMI- . be oond«et« Tbe bneinee. will be eeft" l0 „hoo »U hr E 0. Jonee et tbe old bflle owing mnet be cBOWSIL 1. 0- ,0S*1' til let* Enteie, Nov.’* 1M>‘ rT* JOHN F. COSTA, ....DEALEE IN.... groceries, provisions,