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VOL. XXII.___ EUREKA, NEVADA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1882. NO. 129
(gureka JDailn Sentinel,
tniUSHED EVEIIY MOUSING (MONDAYS EXCEPT
P En) BY
"CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
A SKILLMAN. GEO. w* CASSIDY.
Office—Comer of Monroe snd Bateman streets.
TE«MS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
„ mie veer, by mail.$15 00
dm C - ii months. by mail. 8 00
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Yu "apers forwarded until paid far.
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? v six mouths.. 2 50
One copy, threw rai)“,te. 1 50
AGENTS:
MRS M.JACKSON.Ward
w i’ Goodman & co.pioche
PENROSE...RubvHill
w's .UAUCHANT.Palisade, Nev.
JAPES O. DOYLE.Hamilton
r r ..Belmont
MAS b. STREITBERGER.Tybo
j. B. FISUHRAOn. ...Bristol. Lincoln Co., Nev.
1 s'. SOOTY.Bristol, Lincoln County, Nev.
o’cilENOVETH.Wtnnemucca, Nev.
j ',t. RICKARD.Silver Reef, Utah
n \ulND fc LOVETT.Frisco, Utah
K MJEilS s SLOTZ,....Bonanza City, Idaho.
» U BARNES.Central City, D. T.
,.-v .Biugbaiu Canyon, Ctab
W SIMMONS.*.San Miguel, Cal.
KOOEltS N PARSONS.Bellevue, Idaho
E Ml'EOAliY....Royal City. Lincoln Co, Nev.
£y v Vi it I l’sriB .Bodie, Cal.
CHARLES W. CRANE, No. 318 Pine street and
10 Leidesdurlf street. Room 39, Is Sole Agent
, r the Echeka Daily and W eekly Sentinel
in San Francisco. Persons in that city hav
, business Witti this office are requested to
communicate with htin.
MEAT MARKETS._
UNIONMARKET
One door north Parker House.
CUAS. KABBSTEIS.Proprietor
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Sausage and Headcheese a Specialty
RETAIL and wholesale.
(^Everything flrst-ciasa In this market.''HI
Enroka, Jan. 7. 1882. Ja«tf
CALIFORNIA MARKET!
West '1 do of SOUTH MA.1X STREET, oppoiite
Mr*. liillhouae’a atable.
WEIGHT &SHOLDEEEB
Proprietors.
S l»e Fiueat QnallUeg of
EEF, t^WlHUTT0N,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
FRESH, FAT AND JUICY HEATS,
Of all descriptions, the best in the laud, and j
cheaper than the chcapeati
Ai M'heleanle ami Retail.
Eureka, Oot. 11, 1881. Ql2tf
THUS. HALEY. J.H. SHOEMAKER.
HALEY & SHOEMAKER,
,,,,PROPRIETORS OF TQX....
Tha People’s Market
EUREKA, NEVADA.
T-ECEl FINEST
Beof, Mutton and Pork
In the Market.
Retail and Wholesale.
Also tti« FINEST SAUSAGES mnn
nfeotared In the State.
Is is tbe Market for Epicures.
knreka. March 38. 1881. mhaatf
NAVY SOAP Co.’s
TOILET AND LAUNDRY
SOAP!
Best in the World !
TRY IT
Economical. Erosive, Healing.
Will Wash in All Kindi of Water.
Offlep-NOR 34 and 36 California Itreet, 8. F,
Factory, Oakland, ilOtr
SWEENEY’S LIVERYT
The public is informed that we
have the finest livery turnouts In the
State.
ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG
GIES, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
the moat elegant In the land, Just received
from B*n Francisco. Our horses, also, are un
surpassed. In short there la no stable on the
Fkctflc Coast, certainly none In this seotlon.
that can compare witn it. There 1* no other
liable in Uuruka that has a rig fit for a fish
wsaou.
EVERYTHING 18 NEW.
W. H. SWEENEV.
Eureka, Oot. 38,1881. oSOtf
RUSS LIZZIE YOWELL,
BUEL STREET,
helweeu Gold A Ratewau, Eureka.
Eureka, March 24,1882. mr25-tf
RESTAURANTS.
Now I am in the Field
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT!
'I'HE UNDER IGNED TAKES PLEASURE
1 in announcing to the public that he lias
engaged two eminent eooks :
MR. FRANK CASP1ED, late of the Palace
and Delmonico Restaurants, San Francisco.
MR. JULIUS CAROBINO, from the well
known Jury Restauraut, Sun Francisco.
KJ^VJoth enjoy the highest reputation in
their line. My aim will be to suit everybody’s
taste. Hoping you will call, I can assure you
satisfaction. CHARLES FOX, Prop.
Eureka, i'ov. 19.1831. n20tf
JACKSON HOUSE
Gibftied & Brisacher,
PROPRIETORS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PREPAIt
ing
SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES,
BOARD PER WEEK, $9.
OPEN DAY ANO NIGHT.
Fresh Oysters in Every Style.
Dining Rooms Conducted in First
Class Style.
FRESH BREAD.TiES ANO CARES
Supplied at the shortest notice.
Eureka, Sept. 10, 1881. selltf
In the rear of the old Corner Saloon.
PRAMENKO& BALLICH,
PBOPBIETOBS.
TnE FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
always eervod to cuetomers.
Foul, Wild Game, Fish, Oysters,
Etc., Etc.,
Prepared In the most tempting style.
Meals at all Hours or the Day or Might
Private Rooms for Pinner Parties.
For every delicacy of the aeasoa, go to the
CORNER CHOP-STAND.
Eureka, April 7. 1880. »S tf
OYSTER SALOON,
Chop House and Confectionery
Main Bt., two Doors North of Johnson’*,
MRS. BROWN.PROPRIETRESS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS,
and all the delicacies ot the market kept
constantly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place 111 Euroka where Ctamly is
manufactured. Freeh and Cboioe Oandies for
sale, either wholesale or retail. d28tf
Meals, 25 Cents
New Boarding House!
Mf3. Zottimnn,Prop.
SOUTH MAIN STREET, oppostto the Atlas
furnace.
Accommodations for 100 Boarders.
THREE SQUAREJImls * DM I
BOARD, per neck.00
XO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED.
Eureka, March 8,1882. mhOtf
Mi and California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main St., Eureka.
California and Nevada
LTJM J3 El 3ES/,
OF ALL KINDS.
MioiftOrepi anfl SiarPias
MININ0 TIMBERS
Building Lumber.
A complete mieortmeut of clear »n«l
<1 reeved Lumber, Flooring, Hid
ing, Kindle, and oilier etyle* el
Hiding, Molding, Lid In*, Hliinglee,
Doom, HhnIicm, Bllude, etc., »1
nnyw on bond.
Everything at the Lowest
Cash Rates.
HOTELS AND LODGINGS.
RE-OPENED.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
Nevada,
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
11HE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW
ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
cious.
Single Rooms or in Suites.
Dan in All the Rooms,
Connected with the Hotel is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
....AND THE....
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA,
A. JACKSON, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. o5tf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
FT1HIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS
X just undergone thorough repair, and is
kept ft rat-el ass. Everything will be done for
the comfort and accommodation of guests.
Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—50
cents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House is a First
Class Restaurant.
The Bar is stocked with the bed brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Ilallroad 4'oueli tnhes Pa*wen* j
gert» to and from (lie Depot.
BUREAU HOTEL,
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
NOUII MAIN STREET.
The undersigned has first-class
rooms, which can be rooted with or with
out board, on reasonable terms, A tached to
tho house la a first-class BAR-ROOM, whoro
the beat of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May be obtained.
P. IHcELBOY.
Eureka, August 18. 1880. aulSi-tf
MORGAN
LODGING HOUSE !
Corner of Buol and Clark streets.
MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop.
mHE HOU9R IS CENTRALLY LOCATED
1. and baa been newly papered and painted.
The rooms are largo ami airy, and are all well
furnished with the beat of bedding and new
furniture. —
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
Roomm to Let by the l»«»y, Week or
llontb.
ear The public are invited to examine tho
rooms and prices.
Eureka. July 30,1881. jySltf
Worth B&ain Street,
MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS
rjlHIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY REFIT
JL ted and renovated throughout. The ta
bles will be constantly supplied with every
delicacy to be had in the market, and prepared
In the moat tempting stylo.
tgr The proprietress guarantees that she
will set as good a table as can bo found in
Eureka.
Terms Reasonable.
Eureka, Sept. J8,1881. »e29>f
RUBY HILL
Boarding House,!
John Lacy, Prop.
Boarders will be be acoommoda
ted with the best the market affords for
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
Buby Hill. August 8,1881. .uMf
Look Out for Bargains
....AT..*.
IB IE J3j a- ’ S!
Having purchased at sheriff’s
Salo the entire stock of
FANCY GROCERIES I
Of D. M. Btelndler & Co , at greatly reduced
rates. I offer to the public at S*»n Francisco
cost price tbe above atook, in order to make
room for new goods arriving dally /row the
iTaut and West.
Call Early and Secure Bargains
....AT....
BERG'S I BERG'S I
Between the Courthouse and Tumor House.
Eureka. Dec. 27. 1H81. d-Ntf
TKUAL BI.AMtK, Of AI.l. I>K»
j acriptions, printed to order at ilia SEN
TINET. OFFTOK
t O It P R 1 N T I N «. OF A 1.1. I»l.
9} acriptions, executed with neatneaa an
despatch at tb Bsnxihkl Offlca
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
DAV. E. BAILY,
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, KYI-Wh S
A building, Bateman street. jy24tf
R. M. BEATTY.
4 TTORSEY A.M> (OIJNNELIOR
jCjl at Law. Office—Room 1(5, Jackson House
Block, Eureka, Nevada. jyStf
W. H. DAVENPORT,
4 TTOKKEY AT LAW AND !>*S
xl trlct Attorney. Civil business attended
to in all the Courts. Office in the Court-house.
GEO. W. BAKER. J L. WINF.8.
BAKER & WINES,
ArrOltXlIYN AT LAW. OFFICE
in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada.
GEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
A fTOHXKYS AT LAW. .VKAC
xi. TICE ill all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-Rickurd Building, over
Wells, Fargo k Co’s Express Office, Main street,
Eureka, Nevada. jc5 tf
C, J. LANSING,
At torney at law. office in
the Court House.
Eureka, May 20,1870. my21tf
F. &. HARMON,
Attorxey at law. office—
At the Assessor’s office, in the Court
house.
PHYSICIANS,
DR. EDY/IN ROTH,
PIIYSIC’IAN AND SURGEON—
Office at Mrs. Horen’s Lodging-house,
ltuby Hill. a26tf
DR. G. H. THOMA,
|>IIYSIUIAN AND SURGEON. OF
J. flee in Sentinel building, up stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EC
reka, Nevada. Office at the Turner House,
Main street.
DR. A. 0. BISHOP.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—
Office—Whitten’s new brick building,
Clark street, between Main and Bud. o22tf
DR. BEAN,
T>HYSI€IAN AND SURGEON—
JjT Office—At Bweoney 8 Hotel, Ruby Hill,
Nevada. jekfitf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
0 j AMILTON, D. d7s7~
Dentist, rooms, a i
in Clark’s new brick bulldlug.i j
corner of Monroe and Clark Btreets, -
Entrance on Clark street.
THOMAS J. READ,
/MVIF FNUINFEK AKli F. S, IWF.
V. ' uty Mineral Surveyor. Gif.co in Hyland's
building, up atairt
SOCIETIES.
EUREKA LODGE, No. 22, I. O. O. F.
Meet at the folf.y & rick arc
Building every Thuridny evening at 8
o’clock. Brethren in good standing are cor
dially Invited to attend.
D. HASTINGS, N. G.
W. H. DAVKNPonr, Uec. and Per. Secretary, fli
MOUNTAIN B.ODGENO. 87, I.O.O.F.
Meet every we nesday evening
at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7 o’clock. All
members of the ordor, in good standing, are
invited to attend. J. STRAUS. N. G.
A. J. Doiutm, R. B.
SI. JOHN’S CH APTER. NO. 5.
The stated convocations of st.
John’s Cliaj>ter; No. 15, R. A. M., will be
held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday nett sue
oeedlng the pale of the moon in each month.
All Royal Arch Maaona, in good standing, are
oordiftlly invited to attend.
GEO. W. MERRILL, II. P,
John E. Joneb, Secretary.
EUREK A LODGE. NO. i«. E. dfc A. 51.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU
reka Lodge, No. 16. F. A A. M., will be
held In Odd Fellowa* UaII Saturday, on or be
fore the full moon.
Member a of slater lodges, aud aolouri.iUH
brethren in good standing, are cordially invit
ed d. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
John E. Jones, Secretary.
RE ATI FI F LODGE. NO. 7, R. OF I’.,
Meets each Friday of every
month, r.t 7:80 o’olock p. M., at Its Castle
Hall, in the Riekard-Folev building.
All Brother Knights, In good standing, are
raternally Invited to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT, C. 0.
0. H. OaI>y, K. of R. and S.
A. O. II.
Meets every first and third bat
urday of each month, at their ball,
coiner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7:30
o’clock. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Patrick Hannon, Secretary.
Eureka. July 19. 1880- jy20-lf
ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. If. V*.
Meets at the foley and rickard
building every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o’clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing
are invited to attend.
Examining Physician —Dr. G. H. Thoma.
O. L. SCOTT, M. W.
I. 0. 0. WniTMORK, Recorder.
Stock Ranched.
PARTIES HAVING STOCK THAT THEY
wish pastured can rely upon having the
very beat of feed and also the best of caro by
sending them to my place on Fish Creek, 18
miles south of Eureka. Having an enclosed
pasture of four miles in length, aud alao a
range of several miles of the very beat white
page grazing land, with an abundance of
water that uever freezes, I feel Justified in
saying that T have the best facilities for 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 be loft with
John Garrett, at the Eureka Livery Stable on
Main street, which will bo promptly taken
out or brought in.
Can take Htock out or bring them In at one
I day’s notice, as there Is a dally mail running
past iny place from Eureka.
T. D. PAGE.
Fish Creek, Dec. 12,1881. dl3 lm
GREAT CHANCE TO
mnk« money. Those
who always take advan
tageof the good chances
■ for making money that
are offered, generally
become wealthy, while those who do not re
main In poverty. We want many men, women,
boys and gi*ls to work for us right in their
own localities. Any one can do the work
properly from the first start. The business
will pay more than ten times ordinary wages.
Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who
engages fails to make money rapidly. You
can devote your whole time to the work or
only your spare moms' ts. Full information
and all that is needed sent free. Address
aTINSON A CO.. Portland. Maine. nl8tf
0> TIP33
PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE FIRM OF
r. hadler A Co. will take notice that the
; undersigned having purchased all socounts of
Om firm, will enforce the collection of the
Rime immediately, unless satisfactory ar
rangements are made. R. SADLER.
Eureka, Nov. 30.1881. dl tf
** COD Per at home. Samples
5)5 10 4>/U worth *5 free. Address Sun
«7n A Oo., Portland, Maine.
breweries and saloons.
THE OCCIDENTAL
IjMRST CLASS IN ALL ITS APPOINT
raents. Connected with the house is a
comfortable PRIVATE CLUB ROOM.
Hot Lunches Daily
From 12 to 4 o’clock. The following is a list
of eatables:
SUNDAY—Roast Beef.
MONDAY—Oyster Soup and Beef a la Alma.
TUESDAY—Vegetable Soup, Corned Beef and
Cabbage.
WEDNESDAY—Noodle Soup and Roast Beef.
THURSDAY—Bean Soup, Sour Kraut, Sausages
FRIDAY—Clam Chowder and Fish.
SATURDAY—Earth AppleSoup,Boiled Tongue,
Pork and Beans, Potatoes, and such Vegetables
as the market affords daily.
This Limoli In 25 Out*, and os-tit low
YOU to n drink lit the liar.
Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka, Nev.
mhUtf O. DUNKEL, Manager.
THE VILLA!
NEXT DOOR TO COURTHOUSE, EUREKA.
OSI AIt LEWIS.Proprietor
....THE BEST OF....
WINES, WHISKIES AND CIGARS
Served Over the Bar.
FREE LUNCHES DAILY.
DRIH’HS ISM CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 20, 1882. f21tf
Palace Hainan
Main Htreel, Eureka.
LUTHER CLARK, - ■ Prep.
mins SALOON HAS BEEN REOPENED.
.1 ami is the finest accoutred establishment
of the kind in F.ureka. 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 is second
to nono in Nevada. apl2*tf
I
Main anti Bateman Streets
•ss-cnRESsr-A., nev.
-THE OBOICK3T
Wines, Liquors and Citjars
Obtainable in the flan Francisco market cor
ptantly on band.
Eureka. August 10. IHTk. aalG-t/ j
The Empire Saloon.
GRAHAM & CO., PROPRIETORS, j
rpms NEW AND ATTRACTIVE RESORT ;
has Just been opened, And Is one of tho
finest establishments of the kind In Eureka.
Counectod with the house are oozy end com
fortable
PRIVATE CLUB-ROQiVIS,
And the earning Department is complete in ev
ery respect.
None but the choicest and very beat of Li
quors And Cigars will be dispensed to patrons.
DRIKHH, 12* CENTS.
Eurok*. Fob. 3,1831. fobltl
MENDES’
“TIGER” SALOON.
THE I.AKOEST IN NEVADA.
it? NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
TF1E BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS.
A FULL SAND OF MUSIC
In attendance every evening.
JOE MENDES, Proprietor.
“THE TRUCKEE.”
C. PREVOST.PROPRIETOR.
THIS NEW
Saloon and Music Hall
Is More Attractive than ever.
Attractive and attentive waiter
girl* servo customers. Tho music Is
second to none in the State, and
GOOD SINGING
Ih a feature worthy of mention. N«»ue but flrat
claaa liquors are dealt over the bar.
•GTAttached to the building there are a num
her of good lodging rooms. with firat-claas
bod*, at reasonable rates. o6tf
A. Nelson, Prop.
O’NEIL AVENUE, near Matamorae Furnace.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON BAND THE
Finest Braude of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Eureka, May 12,1881. myl8tf
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
RAILROAD
NEW AKRANWEMENTS!
On and after May I, 188I*
A. FAST TlRAI'Csr
WILL RUN FOR
I*iiNNeii|;orN, Malls, ami Exj»ri‘»»
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eureka Daily at.4:55 a. m
Arrive at Palisade at.9:00 a. m.
Making connection with
East and IVenl Ilmtml Traliis of (lie
Onirnl Padllc K»llroa«l.
RETURNING :
Leave Palisade Daily at.C:40p.m.
Arrive at Eureko at.10:55 p. m.
I'reiicht and Aecominodatlun Train:
Leaves Eureka daily at.6:00 a. m.
Arrives at Palisade at.3:30 F. M.
Loaves Palisade dally at.6:30 A. M.
Arrives at Eureka at.6:40 p. m.
THE COMPANY
will ihj.iveh rKEimrr at
ilAHil.TRN,
WARD,
PIOflfK,
ri’Hu.
BELMONT,
And ail points south, by Its teams, with care
and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
I*. KVEBTN, Oeneraf
Eureka, December 29. IH?9.
Gilmer SalisDnry k Co.'s
STAGE LINES.
Stages will leave eureka daily
(Sundays excepted) fox Tybo and Bel
mont, making direct connection at Belmont
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for
GrnutHVille, Candelaria* W«;U
worlli, AuMtln and (’arson *V Colo
rndo Knliroad, At Liming, fouuect*
lug with «ho Virginia A Truekao
a ltd C. P. llallroad.
tri-weeklyTtage line.
Through to Fioohe in 30 Houn.
Only one night on ' road.
Loftvo Eureka Sundays, Tu. ays and Thurs
day*' for Hamilton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Bris
tol and Piocho. _
Daily atagea from Piocho to Silver Reef. Bea
ver and terminus of Utah Southern Railroad
fl urrying IT. A. Mali and Well*. Far.
go A Co.’s Exfiress.
W. E. DAVIDSON, Agent.
Office in Postoffice Building. Joaatf
Knabe Pianos.
“ For beauty of tone, touch, and ,
notion, I have never Been their
equal.”
CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. |
“Tin* Knabe” In absolutely the
bent Plano Made.
A. L.BANCROFT & CO.
No. 731 Market street, 8. F. Sole agents for
the Pacific Coast.
The Horse Leo
THE NORMAN HORSE ASSOCIATION
have concluded that they will not ho da
meeting, but that the NOltMAN STUD LEO
will stand this season nt Valentine Walters
Ranch iu Huntington Valley. The season will
commence on the 15th of April.
TERMS—Three mares, for the season, flOT;
niiiglt< mare, $35. Good pasturage, per month.
$2 60. Y _
For further particulars •PPljT 40 J* D.
DAHMS. Huntington Poatoffloe, Elko County.
Nevada. »Pltf
J. B. LANGSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor !
Two doora North of the TTeatorn Union
Telegraph Offloe,
North Main Street, - Eureka
Has just received and keeps con
atantly on hand a uew and well aelei ted
atock of the lateat pattern* of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS,
Which he will uiako up In the lateat stjlce, anil
Eureka. Soptomber 20.1880. aai-u
HOUSE TO LET.
House with hire rooms anp bath.
room, on Edwards street, to let. For.
merly occupied by J. Cohn. For further par
ticulars. apply to MRg } BTBArSi
Eureka. Feb. 14. 1882. flf>-tf
Coroner’s Office.
WEST SIDE OF MUNROE STREET.
Fourth door north of the Old Stone Hospital.
Eureka, Maroh 18,1882 mhlOtf
SPECIAL NOTICES
< EI.KBI1ATED B ERKS PIAIIUA
—AND—
Estey OrKiiiiN.
Sherman, Hyde k Co., San Francisco, Parifl
Coast Agents.
Instruments sold on tho installment plan.
Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are
sidered the best and most durable.
Oneonly buys a Piano in a life time, therefore
get tin* best, the best is the cheapest, al
ways.
Prof. Win. PlumhoflT, Local Agent. Eureka.
Waielies, <1 <>< ■<«, and Jewelry Re
paired.
If yon want to have your watches, clocks,
and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike man
ner go to P. STELEIt'S Jewdry Store, Main
street. All work warranted.
IVotice.
If you 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
. EDW. WILHELM,
Chronometer, watch and clock maker
Jewelry neatly repaired.
All work warranted to tflvo perfect satisfao.
tlou or positively no charge. o2
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
F. J. SCHNEIDER
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EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD DOOR
SOUTH OE CLARK.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS*
-ACCURATELY PREPARED
At all hours of the day or night.
O rdrrH for
Drugs and Medicines,
—Promptly attended to—
I have also a Full Line or
Perfumery, Toilet Articles’
Hair IlriiNhoN, Tooth RruMlieni, BTal
and ISnth HriiNheN, Etc.,
And in fact everything nanally found in a first
class Drug Store.
F. J. SCHNEIDER,
Proprietor.
Eureka, June 14,1880. Junlfi tf
CITY DRUGSTORE
Nearly opposite Paxton k Go 's Dank.
MAIN STREET, - - - EUREKA.
FRESH DRUGS,
Patent f&ediclnee,
TOILET GOODS
ETC., JETC.
H. A. 'MARTIN,
wyl'itf Pr«i|iri«-iur.
BANKERS
PAXTON & CO.,
KI I1KI1 A. M VAIH.
JjHAW AT BIGHT. IN STUB TO SUIT. OH
Auglo-Galifornian Bank.San Francisco
Aiiglo-Oaliforniua Bank. . Loudon
J. Si W. Seligwan & Co...N«*w York
D. 0 Wills k Co...Bacrauicutc
Decker & Jewett.Marysvill.
White A Mi Corulck.Walt Lake Oit
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Collet*
tiona, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency oi
open account, certificate, or special deposit*
and transact
A UKXEUAI. nA.\HlNU Bl'MSIKSi
*7" Mining Stock* Bought and Bold on Com
Mission.
(In Woodruff It Ennor’s Building)
Eureka, Nevada.
PRESIDENT.E. WOODRUFF
CASHIER.WM. PARDY
Directors:
F. W. OLUTE, E. WOODRUFF.
Transact a General Hankins Business.
Draw st sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., San
Francisco, New York and London.
Stocks bought and sold on Cominision.
Local Agency for Hutchinson A 1'mn Fire
Insurance Companies. iny!4 tf
THE NEW SALOON !
Two Door* norln of Mrs. Brown's
ItONf uurnnt.
ANTOINE RAPP.Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Of the tJnost brauda.
J. 1IAUKIM.Mixologist.
Enivi., April 23, M2. .20,f
EUREKA
Real Estate & Collection Apiy
MINING BUREAU,
AND NOTARY PCBLIO.
rilRANSACTS A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
1 and Collection Business ; Draw* and AO
knowledges Inatruxnents ; Examines Titles ;
Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate ;
Examine* aud Reports upon Mine*; Collect*
Rent* ; and, in fact, will attend to any legitl*
mate bUBine*6 in which there is a fee.
E. J. BUTLER.
Office in Bkvttnkl building, Eureka, Nov.
ay Refer* to any and all the business men
of Eureka.
Eureka. Oot. 28,1880. o27-tf

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