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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
VOL. XXII. EUREKA. NEVADA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1882. NO. 103
(Eureka Oailu Sentinel,
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■ rwivt a .Hamilton
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jB rl8CUBACH....Brl.K»l. Lincoln Co . N.y.
, „ 80orr .Bristol, Lincoln County, Ney.
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J. it. UIC’KABL..... .Frisco, CUP
0 lUe™ »8LOT*,..! Konsuss City. ld»Po.
“ u oakSEh ". '.Central City, D. T.
A ’ .uiuKhsin Osnyon, Ot»h
F• .H«n c»1
y ; », * paRSONS.Bill «v u«*, Id *ho
j?ttAULK» w ORAN'ifi, No. :ilH Pm® Mtreet and
fn Lr d»“b tff -tr.«t. Boom 30, 1. Sol. Agent
10, . ti,« Eubbss Daily »ud W ebblt Hcntibal
/"££ Francisco. Person. In tb.t city h.y
ItaslPSM with this offlee .re requested to
eommaulcttt with him.
meat MAKKET3. _
CITY MARKET.
JOHN TORRE.Proprietor
Flillllp Phroiil.*“***'
north main street.
Has on hand the largest and
flne.l ...ortiu.Dt of
stall-fed beef.
STALL-FED nITTtlN.
PORK SADHAUE,
ranch pork.
Mo Market; In Eureka ran fnral.li
an One liiealn »a ttola bonne.
CALI ARO EXAMINE OUR STOCK ARO PRICES.
Eurekn. J.n. M, 1-M._-27tt
UNION MARKET
OKAS. HARBSTF.IM.Proprietor
Baei, Mutton. Veal and Pork.
faniage and Headcheeia a Specialty
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE.
ISriTftrrtfeiBf firitc!*sa 1b UUk
Kursk*. J*o. T, IASI. j**tf
CALIFORNIA MARKET!
WmI .14* of iOCTt M VIT STREET, oppo.lt*
Mrs. Ulllhoua«‘s attbU.
WRIGHT &SHOLDERER
Ffoprltlon.
Til* I'lunl l|»«UllH *r
BF E F . ^^WmUTTON.
Pork, Sausage, Head-Oheese,
Oonatantly on hand.
FRESH, FAT AND JUICY MEATS,
Of all description*, the beat In the land, and
eb«*per than the cheapest,
At Wholesale sud Metall.
Eureka, Oat. 11, MSI. ol3tf
* ' I
THtt. HALIT. J. H. IHOIMAIIR.
DALEY & SHOEMAKER,
....vaovunoM orm....
The People’s Market
EUREKA, NEVADA.
Til El FINEST
Beef, Mutton and Pork
In the Market.
Retail and Wholesale.
Alt* Mm riYMT HAITI AUK* nu
urncturotl I* ttaa Hint*.
Ttos is the Market fir Epicures.
Bnwb., MwcS m, iui. mbeitf
SWERNEYiTiVERY!
THf PDP,LI0 I* IIU-OBWCD THAT WE
“>• ImiI ilv.ry tpfnout. in tfa.
ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG*
GIFS, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
In tb. Un.l. Jn.l t.c.W.,1
°“» bow... »l.o, .r. nu
In *kiort there la no stable on the
CoMt* certainly none In this section,
sSaKi!^ with It. There la no otbar
«able in Eureka that haa a rig fit for a fish
wagon.
everything is new.
W. II. HWEKHEY.
■bMkn, Oct. M, 1881. oSOtf
tLC tn On P"r d*7 »* bomo. Simple.
* RESTAURANTS.
REOPENED.
THECHOt’STAND
—IN—
JOE MENDEJT SALOON.
Everything will be First*
Class in every respect,
and the Best In the
Market will be
Served.
EUGENE GACOUTOT & CO.,
Proprietor*.
Eureka. Peb. 27. 1882. f28tf
Now I am in the Field
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT!
r|*HE UKHEBIONED TAKES PLEASURE
X lu announcing to the public that he has
engaged two eminent cooks :
MR. FRANK CABP1ED. late of the Palace
and Delmonico Restaurants. San Francisco.
MR. JULIUS CAROBINO, from the well
known Jury Restaurant. San Francisco.
•aTBoth enjoy the highest reputation in
their line. My aim will betosuit everybody's
taate. Hoping you will call. I can assure you
satisfaction. CHARLES FOX. Prop.
Eureka. Nov. 19. 18M1. n'JOtf
JACKSON HOUSE
ManraM ai Bakery.
Gibfried & Brisacher,
ph4h*rii:tobn.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PKEPAR
Iuk
SUPPER] FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
HOARD PER WEEK. It.
%r OPEN DAY AND NIUHT. jgt
Fresh Oysters In Every (ttyle.
Dining Rooms Conducted in First
Class Style.
FRESH BREAD.TTeS AND CAKES
Supplied st the ahorteat notice.
Eureka, Sept. 10.18H1. eelltf
CORNER COOP - STAND,
la the reel of the old Corner Saloon.
PRAMENXO & BALLICH,
PBOPUIKTORB.
The finest the market afford*
ilvayi attrved to custom ere.
Fowl. Wild «»Bia. ruh, OyKert,
Kir., KM.,
Prepared in the moat tempting atyle.
Bcali at all lloori of the Day or Right.
Private Keeni* for Oloiier Parllaa.
For every delicacy of the eeaaoa. go to the
CORNER CHOP-STAND.
Eureka. April 7, 1HO.»» «»
OYSTER SALOON,
Chop House and Confectionery
Main St., two Doors North of Johnson's,
MBS BROWN.PROPRIETRESS
OPEN DAYMAN© NIGHT.
0Y9TEKB REOKIVED DAILY BY EIPK'BB,
and all the delicacies of ths market kept
ooustantly on band.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only piece In Eureke where Caudy le
manufactured. Fresh and Olinloe Caudles for
eels, either wholesale or retail. d'JHtf
Enreta anJ California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main 8t., Eureka.
California and Nevada
LTJMB IE3 J=&,
or ALL EI1IM.
BedTODl, Qrenon and Soicar Fine
MININS TIMBERS
....Alt©.,..
Building Lumber.
A complete M»«ortmeut of clear and
<treamed l.uiiiber, Flooring, Hid
ing:, ItuMlie, aud other stylos si
Hiding, molding. Lathe, Hhlngles,
Boors, Hashes, Blinds, etc., al
ways ou hand.
Everything at the Lowest
Cash Rates.
HOTELS AND LODGINGS.
RE-OPENED.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eaitern
Nevada.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
IlHE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW.
ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
cious.
8ingle Rooms or in Suites.
Oats In All (be Booms.
Connected with the Hotel Is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
■ .. .AND THE....
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA.
A. JACKMAN, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. o6tf
DON. M’NICOL. PETE KNIGHT.
1 PARKER HORSE,
Knight & M'Nicol
PROPRIETORS.
This house will be kept first
claa*. and every tiling done for the ac
commodation and to assure the comfort of
guests. Ro' uis single or en suite. Attached
to the house is a first-class
RESTAURANT.
THE BAR
Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the beat
Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept.
Railroad coaches will take passenger* to
and from the depot.
Eureka. March 1H. 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 doue for
the o >mfort and accommodation of guest*.
Rooms Single or In Suites. Lodgings—50
sents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House le a Fi.-et
Claes Restaurant.
The Bar la stocked with ths beat brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
rtaw Rnftlroiul foaeb take* Pmien*
gera to aud from the Depot.
BUREAU HOTEL,
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
BOV III StAIS ITBEKT.
Tbs undersigned has first olabs
room*, whloh can be rented with or with
ent board, on reaaonahle terms. A tached to
the house la a ftret-claaa BAR-BOOM, where
the beat of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May be obtained.
P. McELBOT.
Eureka, An*net 18,1880. attlS-tf
MORGAN
LODGING HOUSE !
Corner of Bnel end Clerk itreete.
MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop.
THE HOF8E 18 CENTRALLY LOCATED
and haa bean newly pap*r«*d end painted.
The mows ere large and airy, and are all well
furnished #ith the beet of bedding end new
furniture. • ~
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
Eoenu to Lei by tbe Daty, Week or
MoililB.
wyTtae public ere InTlted to examine the
room, end prices.
Kureke, July ». 1881.
North Main Street,
MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS
THIS HOF8E HAH BEEN NEWLY BEFIT.
ted end renovated throughout. The ta
bles will tie constantly supplied «ith errrr
deltoaoy to be had in the market, and prepared
in the most tempting etyle.
Hr The proprieties guarantaea that aha
will set as good a labia as can be found in
Eureka.
Terms Reasonable.
Eureke, Kept. 88.1881. l«M'l
RUBY HILL
Boarding House,
John Lacy, Prop.
B0ABDEB8 WILL UK BE ACOOMHOUA
ted with tht beet tbe uierket Afford. tat
ONI DOLLAN REN DAY.
Ruby Hill. August 3. 1881. au4tf
HARM PHELPS,
MERCHANT TAILORS
Mo. RO« Market alrcel,
UF 0TA1B8 BAN FRANOIBOO. CAL.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
DAY. E. BAILY,
Attorney at law, rylahd'n
building, Bateman street. Jj'ittl
R. M. BEATTY.
Attorney ami counsellor
»t Law. Oflke-Koom 18, Jackson House
block, Eureka, Nevada. Jyatf
W. H. DAVENPORT,
ATTOKXKY AT LAW AM» Dis
trict Attorney. Civil business attended
to in all the Court* Office in the Court-house.
liEO. w. uakfin. * *•. WINES.
BAKER & WINES,
Attorneys at law. office
in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada.
OEO. W. MERRILL. A. 1*. F1TZ&ERAU>.
MERRILL A FITZGERALD,
Attokmkyn at law. y»At'
TICK in all the Courts.
Office In the F »ley-Rickard Building, over
Well*, Fargo A Co * Express Office, Main Htreet,
Eureka, Nevada. J«6 »»
C. J. LANSING.
Attorney at law. office in
tbe Court House.
Eureka, Msjr 90, 1879. myiltf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office
At the AsHeuaor'a office, in the Court
house.
PHYSICIANS, __
DR. 0. H. THOMA,
PHYNK IA.S ANUNI HUEUH. OF
Sc* lu Skmtimkl building, up sUlrs,
rear suite if rooms.
DR J. R. N. OWES,
PHYN1CIAN AN If Nl'KUKON IB
reks. Nevsds. Office st the Turuer House,
Main street.
DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON,
PH1NMIA* AM) Hl'HGKOS
Ufflce lu Srntinkl building, front rooms,
up stairs. wjTJtf
D£. A. 0. BISHOP.
PHYSICIAN AN IS MIKUF.ON —
Office—Win ttnn’s new brick building,
Ulark street, between Main and Duel. oTitf
DR. BEAN,
PHYSICIAN AN Is Sl'KOKtSN —
Office—At Sweeney 8 Hotel, ltuby Hill,
Se^rsds. je'ihtf
PKOFES8IONAL CABD8.
C V AMILTON, D. D. 8.,
Dehtimt, koomn, a FEW
in Clark’a new brick building,
:orner of Monroe and Clark streets,
Entrance on Clark street.
THOMAS J. READ,
Citii. knminkkm amis c.H, nep
nty Mineral Purveyor. Offioe la Hyland's
wilding, op stairs _
SOCIETIES.
KIBEKA LODI1K, No. 518, I. O. O. T.
Meet at the foley k rickard
Building ev*ry Thursday evening st 9
»‘clook. Brethren lu good standing are oor
Hally Invited to attend.
D. HASTINGS N. G
RT. H. Davenport, Ree and Per. Seoratary. fli
IXCHOH LODGE NO. 9. O. f. F.
Meets at odd fellows* hall every
Sunday afternoon at 1:90 o'clock.
Brethren iu good atanding are Invited to at
tend O. L. SCOTT, C. 0
A. Bean, Secretary. tf
nOI XTAIN I.ODGEXO. 97. I.O.O.F,
Meet every we nf.hday evening
at Odd Fellows* Hall, at 7 o’clock. All
neiubers of the order, in good standing, are
>nvtted to attend. J. STRAUS. H. G.
A. J. Dokum. R. B.
AT. JUIITN OIAPTKR, NO. 0.
The stated convocations of st.
John's Chapter. No. ft, R. A. If., will be
tteld at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday nnttsno
seedlng the pale of the moon tn each mouth.
All Royal Arab Msauna, tn good atanding, are
cordially Invited to attend.
GEO W. MERRILL, H. P.
John E. Joints, Secretary.
RI RF.KA LODGE. BIO. 16. F. A A. H.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU.
reks Lodge, No. 1ft. F. k A. M.. will l»e
held In Odd Fellows* Hall Saturday, on or be
fore the full moon.
Member* of sinter lodges, and aolourning
brethren In good atandlna. are cordially invit
ed d. A L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
John E. Jomzs, Secretary.
BEATIFIC" 1,0DOR. WO. 7, K. Or P„
Meets each Friday or every
month, el 7 *J0 o'clock ». M.t at ltt Oaatle
Hall. In the Rickard-Folev building.
All brother Entghta, in good standing, are
rateruallj Invited to attend such meeting*.
W. H. DAVENPORT, 0.0.
C. H. Cady, X. of R. and 8.
A. O. Ha
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD BAT
nrdaj of each month, at their hail,
corner Clark and Ed ward ■ »tr«*t«. at 7 JO
o'clock. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Patrick Hanson, Secretary,
Kureka. July 1». ltwO.17**-“
ALPHA 1.0OL1K MO. 1. A. O. II. W.
Meets at the folky and riokahd
building every Tueeday evening at 7
o'clock. Sojourning brethren In good itandtus
are invited to attend.
Examining Phjralclan —Dr. Q. H Thome.
O. L. SCOTT, M. W.
I. 0. C. WHimon*. Recorder.
Stock Ranched.
Parties haviso stock that they
wi.b p.iiur.d c.o r*ly upon b.vii>u Ibe
.,ry b..t or let'll .lid .1*0 tbe but of cur* by
•ending them to my place on Fish Creek, le
miles south of Eureka. Having an enclosed
pasture of four miles in leugth. and alao a
range of several miles of tbs very best white
•age grafting land, with an abundance of
water that never freezes, I feel Justified in
saying that T have tbe beat faculties tor pas
turing aud herding stock of any one in Eastern
Nevada.
Stock entrusted to my care will receive my
own special attention. , , .
Bto k or orders for stock may beleftwl«h
John ttarrett, at the Fureka Livery Stable on
Main street, which will be promptly taken
out or brought in. .
Can take stock out or bring them in at one
day’s notice, as there la a dally mall running
put my plw. from Kur.k. ^ p pAftE>
Flab Creek, Peo. 19.list. dlk-fm
A | MB CHEAT CHANCE TO
M }£ x ‘m m m»k* money. Those
Raw ■ R 1 RR who always take advan
lw III I ■ tageof the good chances
’ ■ a g for making mouey that
EP MB ■ ar„ offered, generally
become wealthy, while those who do not re
inatu in poveev. We want many men. women,
boys and gi-le to work for us right iu their
own localities. An? one can do the work
properly from the first start. The business
will pay m re than ten times ordinary wages.
Expen-ive outfit furnished free. No one who
engages fails to make money rapidly. You
can devote your whole time to the work or
only vour spare raome ts. Full information
and all that t* needed sent free. Address
STINSON A GO., Portland, Maine. aWtf
BREWEBIE8 AND SALOONS.
JACK FERRO SALOON,
-CORNER OF
Main and Bateman Streets
EUREKA, NEV.
-THE CHOICEST
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Obtainable in the Ban Francisco market cor
•tantly on hand.
Eureka, August 10,1878. anlO-tf
FRKD. O. GORliAN. LUTHKR CLARK.
Palace Saloon
Main Street, Enreka.

CLARK & GORMAN, PROP’S.
This saloon has been reopened,
and lo the finest accoutred establishment
of the kind in Enreka. None but the very fin
est brands of Liquors and Cigars will be fur
nished our customers.
The Card Room is elegant and comfortable.
The Tiger whisks about " upon the green ” In
the rear of the saloon proper, which la second
to noue In Nevada. nlStf
The Empire Saloon.
GRAHAM & CO.. PROPRIETORS.
This new and attractive resort
has lust been opened, aud Is one of the
finest establishments of the kind In Eureka.
Commuted with the house are coay and com
fortable
PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS,
And the Gaming Department li complete In ev
ery res pert.
Noue but the choicest and very best of Li.
quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons.
DKINH8, 12X CENTS.
Enreka, Feb. 3,1881. feb4tf
MENDES’
“TIGER” SALOON.
THE LA fit. CAT IE EEVADA.
is HOW OPEN FOR BOSINESS.
TUI BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
A FULL BAND OF MUSIC
In attendance every evening.
JOE MENDES, Proprietor.
^thTtruckee.”
O. FWKVttST.PROPRIITOR.
THIS KTBW
Saloon and Mualc Hall
la Mora Attractive than aver.
Attractive and attentive waiter
gtrla aerva customers. The music la
Mcead to cone in the State, and
COOD 8INCINC
la a feature worthy of mention. Nona but flrat
claaa liquors are dealt over the bar.
•^Attached to the building there are a num
ber of good lodging rooma, with first-olaas
beds, at reasonable ratea. o6tf
Star Brewery Garden
I'PPER iPBIXOjSTKEE I*>
B 33 N. RBGLI
Announces to the public that he
has taken charge of this pleasant retreat,
and purposes to mak It a report for all tn«»se
who love good beer, wins and a choice cigar in
a quiet way.
Tbe Finest Arrangements in Eureka.
Eureka. Dee. 91.1W1. >ltf
SAMPLE ROOMS SALOON.
A. Nelson, Prop.
O'NEIL AVENUE, near Matamoraa Furnae*.
Keeps constantly on hand the
Flneat Braada of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Eureka. May 13.18.1. _mfUtt
THE OCCIDENTAL.
First clabb in all its appoint
..jfttsSmSftSS Hoor “
Hot Lunches Daily
From 13 to 4 o'olook. Th# following la a lift
• of eatableai
BUNDAY—BoaM Beef.
MONDAY—Oyater Soup and Beef a la Alma.
TUESDAY—Vegetable Soup, Corned Beef and
Cabbage.
WEDNESDAY—Noodle Soup end Roaat Reef.
TH RBDAY—Bean 8r»np, Sour Kraut, Sausages
FRIDA Y—Clara Chowder and Fiata
(UTURPAY— Earth AppleBoup Boiled Tonsru*.
Pork and Bean*. Potatoea. and .neh VegeUblea
a. tbe ra.rketafford, dally.
Thlel.nnrli l» 28 «>»l». ande»miei
you to la (IrtnW Ht the Bar.
Corner of Main and Clark Eureka, Nev.
gAuu o. DUN EEL. Manage,.
SALOONS.
THE VILLA!
NEXT DOOR TO COURTHOUSE, EUrffeKA.
OSCAR LEWIS.Proprietor
....THE BEST OF....
WINES. WHISKIES AND CIGARS
Served Over tlae Bar.
FREE LUNCHES DAILY.
DRINKS IBM CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 30. 1883. f31tf
The Retreat Saloon.
... AND....
CXjTJB rooms.
MISS NELLIE HAYDEN. PROPRIETRESS.
Next door to Mr*. Brown's Restaurant. Main
Street, Eureka.
THIS IB .A.!R/
is always supplied with the
BEST WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
DHINKK, IBM CBWTB.
Eureka, March 17,1883,mhl««
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
X6-A-I X. TtOJLJD
raw uuifiUUTi i
On and after May I, 1881*
A. FAST TRAIN
WILL BOW FOB
PaaHUtm. Matin. And Kaprma
OKLT, AMD WILL
Laata Eureka Dally At.....i*U a. u
Arrive At Pelleede at. •Akl a. ■
Ateklut connection erltu
Kaet anal Weel Kotiual Trail a» of lb*
Central Pun Hi* Kiellraeeil.
turrmitnia ■
Leave Pelleede Delly At.* AO a. u.
Arrlva At Eureka at...lOitt r. *.
Frrtwhl null iuomtaedAMAii Tratal
Leave* Eureka dally at.***> A. u.
Arrive* At Pelleede et.ABO A. U.
Leave* PellaealA dally et...dBO a. m.
Arrive* et Burak* at.*iAA *. v.
TBI 00 MPAWT
WILL DELIVER rBEIOWT AT
IIAHILTUR.
WARD,
PIOt'HK.
TTBOa
BELBOIT,
And All point* eonth, by It* team*, with oar*
and dispatch, and at tbs lowest ret**.
P. EVERTS, Uenernl Rap’d.
Eureka. December Ota. Wit.
Gilmer, Salim & Co.’s
STAGE LINES.
STAGES WILT. LEAVE EUREKA DAILY
(Sundays excepted) Cot Tybo xnd Bel
moi.t, making direct connection at Belmont
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for
erantavlllo, Candelaria, Wa.il
wortb, Auotlu and Canon * Colo*
ratio IlallroaU, at Lon I UK, eouueet*
lug wltbtbe Virginia * Troches
and C. P. Kallroad.
tri-weeklyTtage lire.
Through to Pioohs iu 36 Houn.
only one night on the toed.
Loon Eureka gundeye. Tusadaya and Thura
days Cor Hamilton. Gharry Creak, Ward, Brio
tol AUd Plocb*. « a o.
Dally atagea from Ptoehe to Silver Beef. Be*
ver end terminus of Utah Seuthern Railroad
Carrying IT. *. Mail aad Wells. Far
go d Co.'s Express.
W. E DAVIDSON, Agent.
Offlce In PoetoCBee Building. JoMtf
PATENTS
Obtained for our new inventions, or for lm
provements in old ones, Oavsats, Infringe
men to. Trade-marks, and all patent business
P7^eST|lON8e<THAT HAT! BEEN BE
JEOTED may still. In most oasaa. be patented
by us. Being opposite the U. 8. Pste&t office,
sod engaged in PATENT BU8INE88 EXCLU
SIVELY, we sen secure patents in lees time
than those who are remote from Washington.
When inventors send model or sketch, we
make search in the patent Office, and advise as
to its patentability runs or cKamos. Oorrea
prmdence confidential ; fees reasonable ; and
fco OHAKOE UNLESS PATENT 18 OB
TAINED. m
We refer, by permission, to the City Post
master, and to tbs Superintendent of the Post
Office Money Order Division In Washington.
For special references, circular, advice, terma,
etc., address
C A. SNOW & Co.,
n38tf Opposite Patent Office. Washington, D.O.
g np i weak In your own town. Terms and
^OOfidoutfit free Addreaa H.BauirI
^o., Portland, Maine]
SPECIAL NOTICES
CELEBRATED WEBER PIANO*
-*WH
Eaftejr Organa.
Sherman, Hyde k Co., Ban Francisco, Paclfl
Coast Agenta.
Instruments sold on the installment plan.
Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are
sldered the beet and most durable.
One only buya a Piano in a life time, therefore
get the beet, the beat la the cheapest, ale
ways.
Prof. Win. Plmnhoff. Local Agent. Eureka.
W»tehee, Clocks, ami Jewelry Re
paired.
If you want to have your watches, clocks,
and Jewelry repaired in a workmanlike man
ner go to P. STRLER’B Jewelry Store. Main
street. All work warranted.
Motiee.
If you have a fine or complicated watch or
clock, a music box. an automaton ainglng bird
or any other delicate and Intricate niece *>
mechanism needing repairs, go to
„ EJ>W. WTLPELM.
Chronometer, watch and clockmaker
Jewel*y neatly repaired.
All work warranted to give perfect satirise*
lion or positively no charge. o3
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
F. Jr SCHNEIDER
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EAST (IOE MAIN STREET, THIRD DOOR
SOUTH UF CLARK.
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS’
-ACCURATELY PREPARED
AT ALL HOURS 07 THE DAY OR NIGHT.
Order, for
Drugs and Medicines,
—Promptly attended to—
I have also m Pall Liao of
Perfumery, Toilet Articles
Hair Broshe*, Tooth Brnabss, Bat
and Bath Broshes, Elr..
And In fsot everything oaully found In t flnt
elu. Drag Store.
7. f. SCHNEIDER,
Proprietor.
Enr.kt, Jan. 14,1880. JnnU If
CITY DRUG STORE "
N..rly oppo.lt. Futon ft Co '.Bonk,
MAIN 8TR1ST, • - • CUR IK A,
FRESH DRUGS,
Patent Medicines,
TOILET GOODS
ETC., ETC.
H. A. MARTIN,
myiatf Proprietor.
BANKERS
PAXTON A CO.,
KIRCKA. X EVA DA.
J^RAW AT BIGHT, IN BUMS TO BUIT, OK
Anglo-Oeliforule* Bank.Ban Francises
Aaglo-Celif ornieu Bank Loudon
J. k W. Baligmas A Co..Naw York
D. O. Mills k Co. .....Sacrament*
Decker k Jewett...Marysville
White k McCornick.Balt Lake Oil
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Colic*
tioos, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency of
open account, certificate, or special dspoait,
and transact
A UF.KEBAL BAKKIHG BtllVIBI.
tUTMining Stocks Bought and Bold on Com*
u-uiun.
Whits Pine Coanty Bank,
(In Woodruff k Eunor’s Building)
Eureka, Nevada.
PRESIDENT.*..K. WOODRUFF
CASHIER.WU. PARDT
Diusctobs i
F.W. CLUTE, E WOODRUFF.
Transact s General Banking Business.
Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo k Oo., Baa
Francisco, New York snd London
Stocks bought and sold on Gummlaion.
Local Agency for Hutchinson k Mann Firs
Insurance Companies. my 14 tf
uuobb J11 glim. .■ nmiiHWWi i sum. .inwi
EUREKA
Real fstate & Collection ipicj
MINING BURBAU,
AND NOTABT PCBLIO.
ri’BAKBAOTB A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
ft and Collection Buslneas ; Draws snd Ao
knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles •
Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Beal Eatate ;
Examines snd Reports upon Mines ; Collects
Rents ; snd. In fact, will attend to ary Isgltl
mats business in wkloh there la a fee
I. J. BUTLKB.
Office In ScMtiscL building. Eureka, Far.
•flT Refers to any and all the buslnssa man
of Burska.
Eureka, Oot. H. lAftO. oST.tf
C. W. CRANE,
PURCHASING AGENT
ESTABLISHED IN ItfTJ.
PERSONS RESIDING AWAY FROM SAN
Francisco, lu want of any article of Mer
chandise, great or small. can have their orders
tilled promptly, and at the very lowest cash
prices, by addressing the undersigned.
0. W CRANE.
81ft Pine Street, Room 39, San Francisco, Osh
Burska, July U, 1W0. jy49-«f

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