OCR Interpretation


Eureka daily sentinel. [volume] (Eureka, Nev.) 1871-1887, February 18, 1882, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Nevada Las Vegas University Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84022044/1882-02-18/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
VOL. XXII. EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1882. NO. (58
Eureka Dailn Sentinel,
,,bushed eveev mobnino (Monday, except
F ' ED) DY
CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
#4M (1KO. W. CASH IDT.
A. 8KILLMAW.__
offi.*_Cornerof Monroe and Bateman street*.
™«»C=":..4uoo
IS
One copy* th#orW»rAp«i ttiiU* PB,d
!i0P“”r «RM»t»F WEEKLY: ^ ^
one a «>
One copy, •‘r 1 50
ou# copy. l“re _
AGENTS:
MBS. M. t oo,.Pioche
W.P.OOOUM-- .Ruby Hill
W. J- .1.Pallaade, Nev.
W. 8. >IAB0*':.. Hamilton
JAMES O- DO •— Belmont
"•‘’.MTwni'wi*.T,bo
CUA9ots’oHUACH...-B»t»tol. Lincoln Oo .Nev.
J oAnOTT Brl.ml, Lincoln County. Nev.
L. H- dl/0 "Ip., .Wlnueiuucca, Nev.
C.Clie O .Silver Reel, Utah
J. (f. HIcKAKD...•••• .Frisco, DUb
OSMOND « LOVE ; "Bouanaa City. Idaho.
ROGERS kSLOTZ..Central City. D. T.
A. M. BARNES. Bingham Canyon, Utah
p. TAVIti ■ .. Han Miuuel, C»l.
\V. SIMMONS.,-..-...-”.“..Bellevue. Idaho
ROGERS t W ' , c'j'ty Lincoln Co . Nev.
K. MULCaHY c »•.Bodle. Cal.
M. M. G1 LLKSPl * - - -.. ■ • ” g p,ue street and
CHARLES W. CRANE, N^ , Role Agent
10 ■ X n a dWEEaLT Sentinel
,0r-th„’ Kaco Pe»on. i. tlmt city hav
I" b*u“ incs w’.h this office are repeated to
Irtmmunlcate with him.
meat markets.
CITY MARKET.
SSra
north main street.
,T4S OS hasd tub largest and
jx A0**’ »“°rtmeDt of
•TALIi-rED BEEF*
ntaee-feb mutton.
PORK NAUNAOE,
ranch pork.
Market In Eureka lean furnUh
* ^neme.l.«.tl.l.l.ou...
call ano examine our itock ano price*.
Buteka. Jan. W, lsH-_
ALBERT BOLL. CHARLIE SCHAEFFER.
GOLL & SCHAEFFER,
Wholesale Butchers
Baortwla Cnnjroo. Korean.
Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork,
THE BEST IH THE MARKET.
We Do Not Bellini to tie Combination!
CI.AKI.cn UOLL. Mnonwer.
taraka, Not. 8, 18*1. _“*tf_
UNION MARKET
Oat Hoot morth Fftrk«r Houm.
CHAM. KAMMTKIS.Froprlator
Best, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
taniage and Headchaeie a Sptoinlty
SIT AIL AMD WHOLKMALE.
«^Ir»i7thlm firat-olaaa In thla markat "MM
lonkt, Jan. 1, 18»d._ 1*"“
CALIFORNIA MARKET!
Welt ltd. of SOUTH MtlH 8TRKIT, oppo.it.
Mr*. HiUhouaa’e aUbla.
WRIGHT &THOLDERER
Proprietors.
The Finest tlnolltles of
BEEF. '5H»UTT0«.
Port, Sausage, Head-CJheese,
Oonatautiy on band.
FRESH, FAT AND JUICY MEATS,
Of til ducrlptloai. th. beat In the land, tad
oh.ap.r thin the ohiapeat,
At 'Wholesale tad Betotl.
lartba. Pet. 11. Inti. _»H*f
THIS, MALI». 1. H. SHOEMAKER
HALEY & SHOEMAKER,
....nonmou of m....
The People’s Market
' EUREKA. NEVADA.
the vxxwuat'v
Beef, Mutton and Pork
In tha Market.
Retail and Wholesale.
aim th. nim umeu mu
■nurtured la the Mate.
This is the Market for Epicures.
>«HU Hint M, 1M1. mbMtt
RESTAURANTS.
Now I am in the Field
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT!
rjiHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
X In announcing to the public that he haa
engaged two eminent cooka :
MR. FRANK 0A8PIED. late of the Palace
and Delmonico Restaurants, San Francisco.
MR. JCLICB CAItOBINO, from tUo well
known Jury Beetsurent, Ban Frencieco.
EF"Both enjoy the highest reputation In
their line. My atm will be to ault everybody’^
taste. Hoping you will call, I can assure you
Benefaction. CHARLES FOX, Prop.
Eureka, Nov. 19.1881. nlitttf
JACKSON HOUSE
Restaurant Jnfl Mery.
Gibfried & Brisacher,
PROPRIETORS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PBEPAB
lng
SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
HOARD PER WEEK. *».
%r OPEN DAY AND NIOHT. ^1
I'mh Oystem In Every Ntyle.
Dining Rooms Condncted in Firit
Class Style.
FRESH BREAD,ITeS AND CAKES
Supplied at the shortest notice.
I Eureka, Sept. 10. 1881. selltf
CORNER CHOP - STAND,
In the rear of the old Oorner Saloon.
PRAMENKO& BALLICH,
PBOPBIETOBB.
The finest the market affords
elw.y. .erred to cn.toinere.
Fowl. Wild «*m«. Finn, OjMeft,
E to.. F. t <* •.
Prepared In the moet tempting ityle.
lleali it all Hoari of the Day or Night.
Private Booms for Dinner Parties.
For every delicacy of the aeaaon, go to the
CORNER CHOP-STAND.
Ear.*., April T, 1880._«
OYSTEiT SALOON,
Chop House and Confectionery
Mala Rt., two Door* Hortb of Johnson's,
MBS. BBOWH.PBOPHI1THESS
OPEN DAYXND NIGHT.
OYSTERS RECEI VED DAILY BY EXPRESS,
end >11 the delloaelea rt the market kept
courtautly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eureka where Candy 1*
manufactured. Froth and Choloe Gaudies for
•ala, either wholesale o* retail.
Enreta and California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main St., Eureka.
California and Nevada
LTJM B B B,
or ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Orepn and SaiarFiae
MINING TIMBERS
* * a liKOi • • e
Building Lumber.
A complete erurtmeit of door tend
dreused Limber, Flooring, Hid
ing, Knatlc, and other itylee ol
Biding, Holding, hatha, Bblnglea,
Door*, Mather, Blind*, *t«., nl
way* on hiand.
Everything at the Lowest
Cash Rateea
RE-OPENING
—or THE
Hr Plotopaph Gallery.
LOUIS MONACO
mi eioNEia and successful artist'
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
AND MOST LIFE-LIRE PICTURES
Are teka* at tht* Gallery, with ell the leteat
improvements of finish ana stylee
CO TYING, either Plain or Elulahad, 1* Crayon
Color, or luk, mode e apeelalty—
Oreyon work parttoularly.
Also, ENLARGING or REDUOINQ. *o any
ilaa daalrad. .
LOPII MONACO,
op Photographer and Proprlator,
Just Received !
Fresh eggs—two and a quarter
doien for»l. or 113 per one. Aleo. freeh
Ojetore, reduced to tl per on, »t BERG B. d»
»r >. con Per d*7 "* hom*-, 8»mp>ei
4)0 10 4>ZU worth *5 free. Addros, Stim.
•on k Oo., Portland, Main*.
A ItVKKTINK IN THE EUREKA
Ittetnlmb M' *dT*rtul,«
JIOTELH AND LODGINGS.
DON. M’NICOL. PETE KNIGHT.
TUG PARKER HOUSE,
Knight & M’Nicol
PROPRIETORS.
This house will be kept first
class, and everything done for the ac
commodation and to assure the comfort of
guests. Rooms single or en suite. Attached
to the house is a firat-clasa
RE 3 TATJHANT.
T K E B A. R
Hu . fine reputation, and nothing bat tha beat
Llqnorl, Wlnea and Clgara will be kept.
ST*Railroad coache, will take passenger. to
and 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 firat-clasa. Everything will be done for •
the oomfort and accommodation of guesta.
Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—60
cents, 76 cents, and $1
Attached to the House lo a First
Class Restaurant.
The Bar la stocked with the best brand, of
Wines, LiquorsandCigars
The Railroad Coach Ukes Paiseu
germ to and from the Depot.
RE-OPENED.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
Nevada.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
fltHE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW.
J. 1/ and elegantly furnished, and are spa
clou*.
Single Rooms or in Suite*.
Use la AU the Boom*.
Connected with the Hotel le the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
....AXS TBS....
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA.
A. JACKSOV, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jacheon Houae, at Hamtlton,
White Pine county. o5tf
BUREAU HOTEL,
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
SOUTH HAIM STREET.
-0
The undersigned has first-olabs
rooms, whloh oan he rented with or with
ont board, on reasonable terms. Attached to
the houae Is a firat dare BAR-ROOM, where
the beet of
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May he ebtelned,
P. Me HI. BOY.
Eureka, August 11, IMP.wd*-*
MORGAN
LODGING HOUSE !
Comer of Buel end Clerk etreeti.
IWR8. D. MORGAN, Prop.
The house is centrally located
and Las been newij papered and painted.
The rooms sre large and airj. and are all well
furnished with the best of bedding and new
furniture. ——1—
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
■gr-The public ere lnrited to exemlne the
room# end prlcee.
Eureke, July 80.1881.
CnMaMlarigHon
Worth Main Street,
MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS
This house has beeh hkwlt befit.
ted end reuoveted throughout. The 'O
hie. will h. constantly auppll.d with ercry
delicacy to be hed tu the nierket, end prepered
In the moat tempting atyls.
S0TThe proprietress guarantees that aba
will set ee good e teble e> can be found Id
Eureke.
Terms Reasonable.
Eurek., Sept. 28,1881. »e29't
RUBY HILL
Boarding House,
John Lacy, Pr
Boarders will be be aooommoda
ted with the but the muket e»>rde for
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
Bub, Hill, Auguti 3,1881. »u4tf
Coroner’s Office.
IN TIIE OLD PIONEER LODGING HOUSE,
one door south of the Court House, on
Monroe street.
LODGINGS by the night, week, or month.
Terms reasonable.
run fAMI u. SMITH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW._
DAV. E. BAILY,
Attorney at i.aw, hyland'm
building, llateman street. jy‘24tf
R. M. BEATTY.
Attorney and counsellor
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 tbe Courts. Office In the Court-house.
GEO. W. BAKKB. 2 I*. WINES.
BAKER & WINES,
ATTORNEY!. AT I.AW. OFFICE
In the Courthouse, Eureks, Nevada.
GEO. W. Mk BRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL A FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. fbac
TICE in all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-Rickard Building, over
Wells, Fargo A Go's Express Office, Main afreet,
Eureka, Nevada. Je5 tf
C. J. LANSING,
Attorney at law. office in
the Court House.
Eureka, May 30,1879. my21tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. offick
At the Assessor's office, In the Court
house.
PHYSICIANS.
BE. A. 0. BISHOP.
PHYSICIAN AND Nl'BUEON —
Office— Wbltton’e new brick building,
Clerk street, between Mein end Buel. o22tt
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHTSli'IAH AND IHJ KUEOJf. OF
flee Id Sentinel building, up stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND ftlTKOEON EC
reka, Nevada. Office at the Turner Houae,
Main street.
"be. T. W. HUNTINGTON.
PHYSICIAN AND Sl’KGEON
Office in Sentinel building, front rooms,
up stairs. myl2tf
BE. BEAnT
PHYSICIAN AND StTBUEON—
Office—At Sweeney • Hotel, Buby Hill,
He7.de.Je25tf
PROFESSIONAL OABPB.
C HAMILTON, D. D.B.,
Dentist, boohs, a few
in Clark's new brick building,
corner of Monroe and Olark streets,
Entrance on Olark street.
THOMAS J. HEAD,
CIYIL ENUINEEB AND C. S, DBF*
nty Miner el Burreyor. Offiee la Bylend’e
building, up ■ tel re. _
BOOUTIEB.
EL'KEKA LOIHiE, Sfo. 911,1. O. O. F.
Meet at the foley k btckard
Building erfty Tbur«d»y .v.ulhg »t g
o’clock. Brethren in good standing At* cor
dully Invited to attend.
D. HASTINGS. N. G.
W. H. Davihpobt, Rec. and Per. Secretary, f 14
ANCHOR LODGE NO. 2. O. C. F.
Meets at odd fellows* hall every
Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Brethren in good standing are Invited to at>
tend O.L. BOOTT.O. C
A. Bebo, Secretary. flit
MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 97,1.O.O.F.
Meet every we nesday evening
at Odd Fellows* Hall, at 7 o'clock. All
members of the order, in good standing, are
invited to attend. J. STRAUS. N. G.
A. J. Dobum, R. B.
NT. JOHN'S CHAPTER, NO. 0
The stated convocations of st.
John’s Chapter, No. 6, R. A. M.. will be
held st Masonic Hall, on the Saturday neit suc
ceeding the pale of the moon in each month.
All Royal Arch Masons, In good standing, are
cordially invited to attend.
GEO. W. MERRILL, H. P.
Job* E. Jons, Secretary.
KCHEKA LODGE. NO. 16. F. * A. M.
The stated communications of eu*
reke Lodge. No. 16, F. k A. M.. will be
held In Odd Fellows' Hall Saturday, on or be*
fore the full moon.
Member# of sieter lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially invit
ed d. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
Job* E. Jons, Secretary.
BEATIFIC LODGE. NO. 7, H. OF P.,
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 7 -JB0 o'olock r. M., at its Oastle
Hall, In the Blokard-Folev building.
All Brother Knights, in good standing, are
re tern ally invited to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT, 0. 0.
0. H. Oast, X. of &. and S.
A. O. H.
Meets every first and third bat
urdey of each month, at their hall,
corner Clark and Edwards streets, st 1:90
o’clock. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Patrick Hamkoh, Secretary.
Eureka. July 1». 1880. Jy9i>-tF
ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. U. W.
Meets at the foley and riokard
building every Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock. Sojourning brethren In good standing
are Invited to Attend.
Examining Physician — Dr. G. H. Thome.
O. L. SCOTT, M. W.
I. 0. 0. Whitmob*. Recorder.
CICAR STORE 1
JACK PERRY’S CORNER,
JAKE HARRIS. Prop.
IMPORTED £ DOMESTIC CIGARS
Of the Cliotcect Brandi, and tbe Beet
Tobaccoa, Cigarette* and Mmole
Ing Article*. Ete., Ete.
_ Eureka. Oot. 1.1881. Oltf
WHOLESALE HD RETAIL
TOBACCO HOUSE!
Bail (Ida North Main Street, oat door below
Stouu Building.
B. BOTHBCHILD.Proprietor.
IMPORTED ANDJOMESTCC CIGARS!
PLAYING CARDS, PIPtS AND CUTLERY.
Eureka. Nov. 88,1881. n®>tf
Notice to Subscribers!
During mt absence louis bock
will celled fur aubacriptlona to the
Ban,T Sentinel. MD. A. BKIIXUAN.
Burak*, Jab. T, 1181. **tf
BREWERIES AND SALOONS.
THE OCCIDENTAL.
Corner of Main and Clark Street!.
EUREKA, NEVADA.
O. DUNKEL, - - Manager.
This new establishment will be
run as
A First-class Saloon,
And Nothing but the Beet
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
will be sold.
Lunch Daily at 12 O’clock.
A Share ol Public Patronage la So
licited.
Star Brewery Garden
UPPER 8PRIN6 STREET.
BE3XT. RBOXiI
Announces to the public that he
has taken charge of this pleasant retreat,
and purposes to mak» It a resort for all those
who love good beer, wine and a choice cigar in
a quiet way.
The Finest Arrangements in Enreta.
Eureka, Dec. 31.1881. jaltf
SAMPLE ROOMS SALOON.
A. Nelson, Prop.
O’NEIL AVENUE, near Matamoraa Furnace.
Keeps constantly on hand the
Flneat Brandi of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Eureka, May 19, 1881. mylStf
FBXD. O. OOUCAX. Ltrm> CLAM.
Palace Saloon
Main Street, Eureka.
CLARK & GORMAN, PROP'S.
This saloon has been reopened.
and la the finest accoutred establishment
of the kind In Eureka. None but the very fin
eat brands of Liquors and Oigara will be fur
nished our customers. . . ..
The Oard Room la elegant and comfortable.
The Tiger whlaks about upon the gTeea * in
the rear of the saloon proper, which is second
to none in Nevada. _ nlBlt
The Empire Saloon.
GRAHAM A CO., PROPRIETORS.
This new and attbaotivb besobt
has Just been opened, and is one of the
finest establishment* of the kind In Eureka.
Connected with the houae are ooay and com
fortable
PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS,
And the OamiugDep.rtni.nt 1. complete In.v
*’Jeu. but'th. choicect and vary beat of Li
quor! and Cigar, will b» dl.p.n.«d to p.troni,
DBIHKS, ISM CENTS.
Funk., Fob. >, 1881,_ »»b**f
MENDES’
“TIGER”_SALOON.
THE LAMUT IN NEVADA.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
TBE BUT BBANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS.
A MULL BAND OM MUSIC
Im tttondano. every .ruling.
JOE MENDES, Proprietor.
"THE TRUCKEE.”
C. PREVOST.PROPRIETOR.
THIS ISTE'W'
Saloon and Music Hall
!• More Attreotlve then erer.
GOOD SINGING
le e feeture worthy of mention. Hone but 4ret
olee* liquor, ere deeit over the ber.
KT-Atteol.ed to the building there ere * num
ber of good lodging room*, with firet-eleee
beds, st reasonable rates. _00w
JACK PERRY'S SALOON,
-CORNER OF
Main and Bateman Streets
eureka, *r:Erv.
-THE CHOIOMT
Wines, Liquors and Clears
Obtainable In the Ban Franciaeo market con
stantly on hand.
■ureka. Auiroat 10.1818. anlCM;
J. STRAUS.
I„ {leerge Youutr'- Bommltb Rbop,
MAIN STREET. EDREKA.
WATCHMAKER. JEWELER AND
Engraver. Repairing of watchea, g.'A
Jewelry, and Engraving done In a t
workmanlike manner. Eugli.h watch wEnRr
‘P™
TRAVELERS’ QPIDE.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Xj BOAD
NEW ABBAHGKMEHT8 1
On and after May lf 1881
A FAST TFA-Xisr
WILL BUN FOB
PasMuyeA Halit, And Express
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eureka Dally at.--t*6 a. *
Arrive at Palisade at.»**
Making connection with
Easr. and West Bound Trains of the
Central Paclfle Eallroad.
RETURNING I
Leave Palltede Dally at..6:40 r.u.
Arrive at Eureka at__—--10:66 '• **■
Freight and Aeeamnedatlon Tralni
Leaves Bnreka dally at.•** a. g.
Arrives at Paliaada at.*■ M
Leaves Paliaada dally at.•** *•
Arrives at Eureka at.»• ■■
TBX COMPANY
WILL DELI YEN FBEIOHT AT
HAMILTON,
WABD,
PIOCEE,
TTBO,
BELMONT,
And all point* aouih, by l*a taama, with oar*
and il apt ton. and al the lowest rate*.
P. EVENTS. General Sup'S.
Eorekft. SB, 18TB._
Gilmer, Salisbury & Go.'s
STAGE LINES.
Stages will leave xubeka daily
(Sunday! excepted) for Tybo and Bel
moot, making dlrsot connection at Belmont
on Tuesday, Tburaday and Saturday for
Sraatavllla, Candalarla, W»«I».
u ortb, Austin and Carson A Colo*
redo Railroad, at Liming, connect,
tng wills tlao Virginia A Trncboe
and C. P. Railroad.
tri-weeklTstage line.
Through to Piooho in 80 Hours.
Only one sight os tha road.
Leave Eureka Sundays. TuMdaya and Thura.
days for Hamilton, Charry Craek, Ward, Brla
tol ond PlOOkSi
Dally atagM from Ploeha to Silver Beef. Bae
vs, and terminus of Utah Southern Beilroad.
Carrying V. g. Mall and Wells, Par.
go A Co.’s Express.
W. X. DAVIDSON, Agent.
Oftoe in Poetottee Building. leMtf
Stock Ranched.
PABTIES HAVING STOCK THAT THEY
wish pastured can rely upon having the
very best of feed and also the beat of oare by
•ending them to my place on Fiah Creek, 18
miles aouth of Eureka. Haring an enclosed
pasture of four miles in length, and alao a
range of several miles of the very beat white
sage grazing land, with an abundance of
water that never freeaee. I feel juatlAed In
eeying thet I have the beat facilities for pas
turing and herding stock of any one In Eastern
Nevada.
Stock animated to my care will receive my
own epectal attention. '
8to k or orders for etock may be left with
John Garrett, et the Eureka Livery Stable on
Rain street, which will be promptly taken
out or brought tn.
Can taka stock ont or bring them In et one
day's notice, as tbera la a dally mall turning
paat my plaoe from Eureka. f ^ page,
Fish Greek, Dec. 11,1M1. dlS l'm
SWEBNB¥^S_LI¥ER¥!
The public is informed that we
h*T* the Kneel llrerjr trtnoute In the
SUte.
ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG
GIES, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
the moat elegant in the land, Just received
from Ban Francisco. Our horaes, also, are un
surpassed. In short there la no stable on the
Pacifio Co set. certainly none in this section,
thst can compare with it. There is no other
stable In Eureka that ha* a rig fit for a flab
wagon.
EVERYTHING IS NEW.
W. H. IWIENITi
Bnr.k.1 Oet. M, IBil. o98tf
GREAT CHANCE TO
make money. Those
who alsrays take advan
tageof the good ohancea
■ for making money that
are offered, generally
become weelthr, while thoee who do not re
main in poverty. We want many men, women,
boys and gi-ls to work for ua right in their
own localities. Any one oan do the work
properly from the first start. The business
will pay m re than ten times ordinary wages.
Expensive outfit furnlihed free. No one who
engages fails to make money rapidly. You
can devote yofir whole time to the work or
only your spare momenta. Full information
and all that la needed seat free. Address
8TINBON ft 00.. Portlaad. Maine. nlfitf
SPECIAL NOTICES
CELEBRATED WEBER PIASOft
—AKI>—
Estey Organs.
Sherman, Hydo k Co., San Francisco, Pacifl
Ooaat Agents.
Instruments told on the Installment plan.
Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are
aidered the best and most durable.
Oneonly buys a Piano in a life time, therefore
get the best, the best is the cheapest, ale
ways.
Prof. Wm. Plumhoff, Local Agent, Eureka.
Hatches, ('locks, and Jewelry Be
paired.
If you want to hare yonr watches, clocks,
t
Hotiee,
If you hare a flue or complicated watch or
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
F. J. SCHNEIDER
<
DDDDD
) RKRRR
uuuuu
GGGGG
GGGGG
iiiimn
888H8SS
TTTTT
EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD DOOR
SOUTH OE CLARK.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS1
-ACCURATELY PREPARED
At all hours oy the day or eight.
Order! for
Drugs and Medicines,
—Promptly attended to—
I hate also a Poll Line of
Perfumery, Toilet Articles
Hair Brnsliea, Tooth Brnabea, Hal
and Batb Brnabea, IK..
And In faet .verytiling uanally foand la a Aral
olaaa Drag Store.
7. J. SCHNEIDER,
Proprietor.
Znreka, June 14,1880. Junlstf
CITY DRUG STORE
Heuly oppoaite Paxton k Oo.'e Bank.
MAIN UTRKKTi ■ • • KUREKA.
FRESH DRUGS,
Patent Medicines,
TOILET GOODS
BTC., ETC.
H. A. MARTIN,
myiatf Proprietor.
W. H. STOWELL.
DRUCC38T,
No. 3, Main St., Eureka.
Eureka. Jnly as, 1881. jyaetf
BANKERS
PAXTON A CO.,
ZB-A-IsTiKIIEilR/S,
BFBEHA, NEVADA.
JJIUff AT SIGHT, IN *CV8 TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Csllforulsn Bulk.Bui Ersnoisco
Anglo-Cslilornisn Bulk.London
1. k W. Stligmsn k Oo.N.w Tork
D. O. Mill, k Oo. Bscrsmcntc
D«kat Jswstt. MsryiTlll.
Whits k HeOomlok.Bolt L*k* Olt
Discount Oommsrclsl Pspcr, Mile Collss
tlons, Bscstvs Deposits In Coin or Currency of
open scoount, certiflcsle, or spools] deposit,
end trsnssct
A GENERAL BANKING BFBINESM,
ftTMlnlng Stocks Bought end Sold on Oom.
mission.
ffMta Pi County M,
(In Woodruff k Xnnor’s Building)
Eureka, Nevada.
PRESIDENT.1. WOODRUFF
GABBIER.WM. PARDY
DOUKOTOBB I
F. W. CLUTE, 1. WOODRUFF.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., Ban
Francisco, New York and London.
Stocks bought and told on Oommislon.
Local Agency for Hutchiuaon k Mann Fire
Insurance Companies. myU tf
etj:r.e:k.a.
| Estate &C0W0B
MINING BURBAU,
AND NOTARY PDBLIO.
11RANSA0T8 A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
and Collection Buslneee ; Draws and Ao.
knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles ;
Furnishes Abstracts of Mlnea and Real Estate ;
Examinee and Reports upon Mi nee; Collects
Rents ; and, in fact, will attend to suy legiti*
mate buelneee In whloh there Is a fee.
E. J. BUTLER.
Office i%9xirnNXi< building. Eureka, Nev.
ty Refers to any and all the business men
of Eureka.
Eureka, Oct. 20,1880. o27-tf
f PP 1 week in your own town. Terms si d
3o Port! ° Address H. Halutt A

xml | txt