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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XXIIL, EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1882. NO. 21 tgureka EJailu Sentinel, UBLISHKD EVERY MOBNINO (MONDAYS EXCEPT ED) BY CASSIDY & SKILLMAN. A SKILLMAH. OEO. W' CASSIDY. Q.Rer—Corner of Monroe and Bateman streets. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: n,.., ,, rear, by mail. *i«> bo Si: : -• l?x ffibs. by mail. 8 00 °l^w^U.rSedintilp»ldf.r. TERMS OF WEEKLY: r»i.Pi- .nv one ..$•* bO simonths. 2 50 One copy, three months. 1 50 lOESTS: C M ..Ruby Hill MRS. J. F. COPID.Ward v,- p. ouOBMAN & CO.Pioche tv. S. MARCIIAST.Palisade, Nev. JAMES O. DOYLE.Hamilton II />. STIMLFM.Belmont CJJAS. It- STltEITBEitOEK.Tybo 1,. S. SOOTT.Bristol, f :ucoln County, Nev. C. CHD-'^iYEru..x* innemucca, Nev. j ii. uii'KAUD.Silver Reef, Utah OdUoND .X LOVETT.Frisco, Utah A. M. BARNES.Central City, D. T. p TAVEY.Bingham Canyon, Utah \V MMMONS......San Miguel, Cal. W HALLER.Bellevue, Idaho M* i. GILLESPIE.Bodie, Cal. CHARLES W. CRANE, No. 318 Pine street and 10 L' Jil' s I >nT street, Room 39, is Sole Agent Inr the Eureka Daily and Weekly Sentinel j,, San Francisco. Persons in that city hav ing business with this office are requested to communicate with him. MEAT MARKETS. ULIMRNH MARKET! West side SOUTH MAIN STREET. Wm. Sholderep? Proprietor. 1HC nucstl beef, mutton, Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese, Constantly on hand. FRESH, FAT AND JUICY MEATS, Or all descriptions, the best In the land, and cheaper than the oheapeat, At WhnleNAle end Retail. Buieta, June fi, IIMHL 3°7tf M3«. HALET. J.H. SK05MAKIS. j The People's Market EUK,EH.ft, HSVABA. •T-ECEi PINB3T Eo«t, button and Pork in the rtlai-kot, Retail and Wholesale. the riNWT S.irSAOKS luan nffifitirtnl In (lie Slate. fins is tie Market for Epicures. •*‘.nvefca. March 35, 1RG1. rahQRtf ANTQNE FARRARIS, Boot and Shoemaker, ....HAS REMOVED TO..., V. UHL’S OLD SHOP, East Aide Lower Main Street, near Western Union Telegraph Office. Boots and shoes made to order. and a perfect flt guaranteed. Mending on-l repairing done on short order. #/“ Mr. Uhl haa turned over hla entire cus* to'.Q to tee and I hope to merit a continuance of the i«iuu. ANTONE FARRARI9. Eereka, April 18.1881. aplfltf I fpHK VUhLIO 19 INFORMED THAT WE *- bavo the finest livery turnouts in the State. ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG GIES, CARRIAGES, ETC., ike moat elegant In the land, Juet received ■rom San Franclaco. Our horses, alio, are un surpassed. In abort there la no stable on the aclfic Ooaat, cortainly none In this section, :ut Clu with It. There Is no other •yagoV.8 Buif*ki b*a * *ig fit for a fish everything is new. - v w. H. SWEENEY. jare^Qct.39, i88l. » o30tf Stockholders’Meeting W, A. BELL, u AI H "2". RESTAURANTS. lii TROFATTER HOUSE. lluby 1IIII, Nevada. The Leading Eating-house on the Hill. Located a lllllcSouth ofK It Works Tables Supplied with Best the Market Affords. EVERYTHING NEAT AND CLEAN. No Smiles, but Good Grub Cliartces Itcasoiiable. Call and be Convinced. ED. TROFATTER, Proprietor. Ruby Hill, May 5, 1832. rnGtf JACKSON EiODSE Gibfried & Brisacher, PROPRIETORS. SPEC I AT. ATTENTION PAID TO PUEPAR. lug SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES. HOARD PER WEEK. S9. ■7- OPEN DAY AND NIUHT. _J* Fmli Oysters In Every Style. Dining Rooms Conducted in First Class Style. FRESH BREAD,Ties AND CAKES Supplied at the shortest notice. Eureka, Sept. 10,1831. eelltf CORNER CHOP - STAND, In the rear of tho old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO & BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. rnnE finest the market affords X always served to customers. Fowl, Wild Maine. Flab, Oysters, Fie., Etc., Prepared In the most tempting style. Meals at all Hours of the Day o- Night. Private Koorns for Dinner pRgtles. For every delloaoy of the neaaon, go to the CORNER CHOP-STAND. Eureka, April I, 1880. .8 It OYSTERSALOON.’ Chop House and Confectionery Main 9t . two Doora North of Johnson’*." P.ROWN A GUOrKEY, Proprietors. OPEN DAY AND NICHT. OYSTERS RECEIVED DAIRY BY EYFU» 88, and .11 Hie delloaden ef the market kept oahateutly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE BOOBiS. fh© only pUc© in Eur«ka who?# C»mly la niRnufKOinrfd. Fr©«»h and Choioa Candida for a«le, eilher wholesale or retail. d28if Anti-Chinese Boardintt-Aonse! ,...BY.„, MRS. C. A. NICHOLS. Board, per week... ...00 Single Meal*....9^ OenU gy At Borg's old stand, a few doors south of the Courthouse. Eureka, May 1,1882. ra2tf CHOP STAND! ....BY.... FRANK ROBLES. ■Inlaw lire Did »*u»«.>nioo HulllllUtf. ■min Street. Eureka. The Best the Market affords will be served. Single Meals.35 t ents Eureka, May 26, 1883.m27tf BARBER SHOP —AND— BATH HOUSE, Whitton’s Brick Building. HENRY t'ASKY..Proprietor •sr-BEBT OF HELP EMPLOYED. "ME POLL TAX NOTICE. TJOLL TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR I of issj are now due and payable at my otlloe. In Eureka. . C 0. WALLACE, Aaaeaaor. Eureka, March 1H, 1881._II>h>0lt HART PHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS" Wo. 506 Nnrkot »treet, tTP STAIR*5 BAN KRANOTBOC. CAL, J. STRAUS. 11. u«»rir« Yoniiir'a nuu«ml*l» Mliup, MAIN STREET.EUREKA. WATOHMAKEH, JF.WF.LER AND <3Lt»v Engraver. Repairing of watches fC'rni Jewelry, and Engraving dona In • workmanlike manuer. English wal r CT repairing a specialty. .natf Eureka. April 2. IHHI __P_ Rnatern Vavatt* $5 to $2 0 on Ik Oo., Portland. Maine. HOTELS AND LODGINGS. Pete Knight. Matt Kyle. THE PARKER HOUSE Knight & Kyle, Props. rpnis itouse will be kept first JL class, anil everything done for the accom modation and to assure the comfort of guests. Rooms single or en suite. BuTAttached to the house Is a first class Restaurant. ff^The BAR has a fine reputation, and noth ing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars will he kept. BS^Omuibuses will take passengers to and from the depot. * Eureka, May 1,18.82. m2tf RE-OPENED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. r| .HE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW L ly and elogantly furnished, and aro spa cious. Single Rooms or in Suites. (las 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. This old established hotel has Just undergone thorough repair, and is kept Arsl-claas. Everything will he done for the oomfort and accommodation of guests. Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—80 cents, 78 cents, and $1 Attaohed to the House Is a First Class Restaurant. The Bar la stocked with the bast brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Tlio Rnllread Coach takes Poihcu* gers to fiuil from the Depot. San Francisco House P. S. CfcUAID.Proprietor. Main street. Two Doors north of Olark, Eu reka, Nevada. rjpilJfi HOUSE TS CENTRALLY LOCATED, i. and has undergone thorough repair, and everything will be done fur the comfortable accommodation of guests. gSritooxus single or en suite. Rooms to let by the day, week or month. Single beds, 80c. BjTOmnlbuses will take passengers to and from the depot. House open all night, and calls made at all hours. Eureka, May 13,1882. Htf BUREAU HOTEL, P. McELROY, Proprietor, NOITTH MAIN STREET. riUIE UNDERSIGNED HAS FIRST-CLASS A. rooiuB, which can bo rented with or with out board, on reasonable terms. Attached to the bouse Is a flrst-olass BAlt-KOOM, where the best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS b. AWN*. p VcELnuT' Eureka. August 18, 1880. aulO-tf MORGAN LODGING HOUSE ! Corner of Buol and Clark streets. MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop. The house is centrally located and has been newly papered and painted. The rooms are large and airy, and are all well furnished with the best of bedding and now furniture. ——— ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES. HoouiN to Let by tbe I>«*y, Week or Mouth. *57The public are invited to examine the North Main Street, MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR'SS This house has been newly befit. ted and renovated throughout. The ta. blot will be constantly supplied with every delicacy to be had in tho market. and prepared in the most tempting etyle. *7" The proprietress guarantees that she will set as good a table as can be found in Eureka. Terms Reasonable. Eureka, Sept. ««. 1**1. ee9#*f CHEAT CHANCE TO mek* money. Those who always takeadvan* 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 gl*ls to work for us 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 furntahed free. No one who engages fbils to make money rapidly. You can devote your whole time to the work or uuly your spare momei-ta. Full iuformation and all that is needed sent free. Address STINSON fc OO., Portland, Maine. n!8tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DAV. E. BAILY, Attorney at law, ryland's building, Bateman street. jy24tf R. M. BEATTY. Attorney and counsellor at Law. Office—Room 16, Jackson House Block, Eureka. Nevada. jybtf W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law and Dis trict Attorney. Civil business attended to in all the Courts. Office in the Court-house. GEO. W. BAKES. J L. WINES. BAKER & WINES, Attorneys at law. office in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada. GEO. W. MERRILL, A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. PR AC TICE in all the Courts. Office in the Foley-Rickard Building, over Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express Office, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. je5 tf C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office in Hyland's building, Bateman street, op posite the Jackson House, Eureka. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office At the Assessor’s office, in the Court house. PHYSICIANS. J. H. REECE, M. D., Homeopathic physician. Has had 30 ye r'a experience in private and hospital practice. Chronic diseases a specialty. Office—Second door north of Clark on Edwards street. jel» lm* DR. EDWARD ROTH, PHYXIMAX AYR SIIWIEOX Office at Mrs. Horen's Lodging-honae. Ruby Hill. _ a2f.tf DR. G. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AXDXFRUXOX. OF tice in Sentinel buililiuK, up stairs, rear suite of rooms. BR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND^SCKOEON EC reka, Nevada. Office at the Turner House Main atreet. DR. A. 0. BISHOP. PHYSICIAN AMI SlIBHEOX — Office—Whitten's new brick building, Clark street, between Main aud Bucl. o'22tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS._ WALTER s!T0NG, ~ C1IVIE.KNOINKKR ANII I’. N. l>F,f. j uty Mineral Surveyor. Office—Room No, 3. Clark's brick building, corner Clark and Monroe streets. JeSltf C HAMILTON, D. D. Dentist, koomn, a fkw . in Clark’s new brick building, 1 comer of Monroe and Clark streets. Entrance on dark street. THOMAS J. READ, Civil, eXQINEKB AND W. 8, WUX uty Mineral Surveyor. Office la Rylaud'a building, on stairs. SOCIETIES. EI'BEKA LOntlE, NO. 38, I. O. O. r. Meet at the folet a rickahd Building every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Brethren In good standing aro out. dlidly Invited to attond. D, HASTINGS, N. O. W. H. Dav*srCi»T. Red. and Per. Be,'.rotary, fli MOUN TAIN I.OBOENO. 37. I.O.O.F, Meet every we nksday evening at Odd Fellowa' Hall, at 7 o’clock. All members of the order, In good standing, are Invited to attend. J. STRAUB, N. Q. A. J. DonUM, R. 9. ST. JOHN’S CHAPTKK. NO. 5. THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF 9T. John's Chapter, No. », B. A. M.. will be held at Masonic Hall, on thaSaturday next sno. ceedtug the pale of the moon tn each month. All Royal Aroh Maeona. In good standing. are cordially itivltod to attend, OEO. W. MEBBILL. H. F. John E. Jonhs, Secretary. EUREKA I.OnOE, XO.IIl. F.AA.M. The stated communications of eu. reks Lodge. No. 16, F. h A. M., will be held tn Odd Fellows' Hall Saturday, on or be fore tbe fall moon. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren tn good standing, are cordially Invit ed d. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M. John E. Jonxs, Secretary. nKATIFIC I.ODWK. NO. 7, K. OF I’., Meets each Friday of every month, at 7:80 o'olook v. m , at Its Oaatle Hall, In the Ttlokard-Folev l-sliding. All Brother Knights, in good standing, are (eternally lavlt" ic, attend Curb meetings. W, H. DAVENPORT. 0. O. O. H. Cany. E, of a. and 9. A. O. H. Meets every first and third sat. urday of each month, at their hall, oornnr Clark and Edwarda atreeta, at 7:80 o'clock. PATRICK STANTON. President. Patbiok Hannon, Secretary. Eureka, July 19. 1880. jy90»tf ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. 17. W. Meets at the foley and kickard building every Tueaday evening at 7 :S0 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. Whitmom, Recorder. ANCHOR COUNCIL No. 1, I. O. C. F.t Meets at odd fellows* hall every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock, sharp. Members in good standing are invited to at. tend. O. L. SCOTT, 0. 0. D. H. Ham,, Secretary. m'iltf $100 REWARD rpHE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID I for the apprehension of MIKE McGLOIN Who escaped from the County Jail May 19. 1882. Following in a description of the man : Short, dark auburn hair; dark yellow complex ion ; freckled; hair low on forehead; heavy eye lashes and eyebrows, with low forehead: dark brown eyes; small, receding chin; squeaking voice; about 5 feet 8 inches high; has a North of Ireland brogue in his speech and an ugly apuearance generally. He was dressed in a wooleu shirt and light drab pants. A*’'! will pay *100 reward for his arrest and delivery to any Jail in the State. MATTHEW KYI.E, Sheriff. Eureka. May 19. 188i. _ MINING TAX. -\TOTI0E IB HEREBY OJVEN THAT THE jlj taxes on tho proceeds of Bid mines of hu. reka County for the quarter ending March 31,1882. are now due and payable to me, at my office In Eureka, end that the lew in regard to the same will be strictly enforced. C. O WALLACE, 1U18 6w Assessor of Eureka County. BII.LIIEAD8, LinTfRlIKAlMi and Cards, printed at t be Bmrnmre. OfBoe atrednoed prices BREWERIES AND SALOONS. THE OCCIDENTAL. First class in all its appoint ments. 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. TH f' RSDAY—Bean Soup, Sour Kraut, Sausages FRIDAY—Clam Chowder aud Fish. SATURDAY—Earth AppleSoup,Boiled Tongue, Pork and Beans, Potatoes. aDd such Vegetables as the market affords dally. Tills Lunch is 25 Cents, an«l entitle* yon to u drink at the liar. Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka, Nev. mhl4tf O. DUNKEL, Manager. THE VILLA! NEXT DOOR TO COURTHOUSE, EUREKA. OSC'AR LEWIS.Proprietor ....THE BEST OF.... WINES, WHISKIES AND CIGARS Served Over the Bar. FREE LUNCHES DAILY. DKINKS I3J4 CENTS. Eureka, Feb. 20. 1882. f21tf Palace Salooa Main Street, Eureka. LUTHER CLARK, - - Prop. rpHIS SALOON HAS BEEN REOPENED, _L and is the finest accoutred establishment of the kind in Eureka. None but the very fin est brands of Liquors and Cigars will be fur nished our customers. The Card Room is elegr.nt and comfortable. The Tiger whisks about “ upon the green '* in the rear of the saloon proper, which la second to none in Nevada. aplQ-tf JACK FERRY'S SALOON, —-CCBHBB Off— Main and Bateman Streets BVBESA, ISTE'V. — TBJC CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market c >v stantly ou hand. Eureka. Auguat 10, ia?a. The Empire Saloon. GRAHAM & CO., PROPRIETORS, rivniB NEW AND ATTRACTIVE REPORT 1 has just been opened, and is one of the finest establishments of the kind in Eureka. Connected with the house are cozy and com forUble PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS. And the Gaining Department Is complete laev ery respect. None but the choicest and very best of Li quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons. 1>RINKS, 19k CENTS. Eureka, Feb. 8,1881. febltf MENDES’ “TIGER" SALOON. THE LABUIMT IN NEVADA. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. TUB BEST ERASES OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC In attendant ever; evening. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. “THE TRUCKEE" O. PRSVOSY.PROPRIETOR. THIS JSTE'W Saloon and Music Hall la More Attractive than ever. Attractive and attentive waiter girla serve customers. The maelc la second to none in the State, and GOOD 8INCINC la a feature worthy of mention. None but first* olaaa liquors are dealt over tbe bar. ^Attached to the building there are a nuia ber of good lodging rooms, vrltb ftrat-olaaa beda, at reasonable rate*. °atf SAMPLE ROOMS SALOON, A. Nelson, Prop. O'NEIL AVENUE. near Matamore. Furneoe. Keeps constantly on hand the Finest Brenda of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Eureka, May 11,1881. rnyistt TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE Xk^I Xi X^O-A-X) NKW ARKANMKHKNTN I On and after May I, 1881 A FAST TRAIN WILL RUN FOB PttMfteutfcrN, Hfallfi, and CxpresN ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka Daily at.4:55 a. m Arrive at Palisade at.9:00 A. m. Making connection with East and West Round Trains of the 'Central Pacific Railroad. RETURNING l Leave Palisade Daily at.0:40 p. M. Arrive at Eureka at...10:55 p* M Freight and Accommodation Train: Leaven Eureka dally at.5:00 Arrivos at Palisade at.5:50 *• Leaves Palisade daily at.6^° a. n. Arrives at Eureka at.*.5'-4° P. M. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER PREIUHT AT tlAMll.TON, WARD, PIOCIIK, TYRO, BELaioirr, And *11 i>oiut* south, by it* teams, with ear* and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. tA KfiTB. Oensral Mtip'i. Eereka. Dsoeuifcer 39. 1S79. Gilmer Salisbury 4 Co.'s! STACE LINES. Stages* will leave echeka daile 1 (Sunday* f-xcopted) for Tylio and Bal. ( moal, making direct counactlon at Balmont on Tnaaday, Thursday and Saturday fur Qriautnvillo, raadrlana, Wndn. mirth. Auallti and ( arson • Colo* rn.lo ItntlruHd, nt l.ujiliiic. ouiiueol. Iitir with llm Vlralold * ’truck*!' and f. *». Railroad. tri-weeklyITuge line. Through to Piache in 36 Hour*, Only ouc eight on *h" toad. Leave Eureka Sundays, Ttus .ays and Thurs days for Hamilton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Bris tol snd Plofche. _ _ _ Daily stages from Plocbe to Silver Beef. Bea ver and terminus of Utah San them Railroad CMrrylnir Mnll rtu*l Wslls, Far* go A Co.'S rtpress, W. E DAVIDSON, Agent. | Office In Fostotfloe Building. JoQQtf Enrela aid California LUMBER COMPANY, South Main St., Eureka. California and Nevada LTJM IB IE3 IR/, or AM. KlIttM. Redwood, Orepn and SnprPine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber. A complete assortment or clear and dsensed Lumber, Flooring, Hid ing, Rustic, an«l other etyles of Hiding, Molding, Laths, Shingles, Boors, Hashes, Blinds, etc., al ways on hand. Everything at the Lowest Cash Rates. SPECIAL NOTICES* CELEBRATED WEBER PIANO* —AND— Estey Organ*. Sherman, Hyde A Co., San Francisco, Paclfl Coast Agents. Instruments sold on the Installment plan. Weber Pianos, by all great musicians, are sldered the best and most durable. One only buys a Piano in a life time, therefore get the best, the best is the cheapest, al« ways. Prof. Wm. Plumhoff. Local Agent, Eureka. Watches, Clock*, and Jewelry Re paired. If you want to have your watches, clocks, and Jewelry repaired in a workmanlike man ner go to P. STELER'S Jewelry Store, Main street. All work warranted. Notice. 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 clockmaker Jewelry neatly repaired. All work warranted to give perfect satlafae« tlon or positively no charge. o9 DRUGS AND MEDICINE8. F. J. SCHNEIDER C\ DDDDD , RRRRR < uuuuu GGGGG GGGGG IIIIIIIII sssssss EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD DOOI SOUTH OF CLARK. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS! -ACCURATELY PREPARED At all hours of the day or night. Orders for Drugs and Medicines, —Promptly attended to— I have also a Fnll Line or Perfumery, Toilet Articles" Hair Brushes, r«n»tb Brnuties, BTal and Built Brashes, Etc., And In faot everything usually found In a first class Drug Store. T. i. 80HNEIDEB, Proprietor. Eureka, June 14,1880. Junl5 If cTtTdrug store Kc.iiy oppG.lt, p.ttoa k Ca.‘. But. MAIM ST WEST, . . • KUMKA. FRESH DRUGS, Patent Medicines, TOILET GCOVS etc., ktc. H. A. MARTIN, myiatf Proprietor. BANKERS. PAXTON & CO., ZBJL^IKZIEJIE^S, RIKEKA. NtSVAHA. JQP.AW AT SIGHT. IN BUMS TO SPIT. OH Anglo-CalifornUh Bank......Ban Fvanolsoo Anglo-Oallfornian Hank. .Loudon J. A W. Beliginan A Oo. .............. Ksw York D. O. Mills k Oo. ..Baosaxnsbig Decker A Jewett.Maryavillj White A McCornlck.Balt Lake Clt Discount Oonimercial Paper, Make Oollec* tlons, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency oa open account, certificate, or special deposit, and transact A UENfiBAL BANKING BVBINEBB. •y Mlalua Blocks Bought sad Bold on 0o«» nussion. Wliie Piflfl County But, (Xn Woodruff k Ennor'e Building) Eureka, Nevada. PRESIDENT.E. WOODRUFF CASHIER.WM. PARDY Dixkctobs: F. W. GLUTS, X. WOODRUFF. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw st sight on Wells, Fargo k Co., Baa Francisco, New York and Loudon. Stocks bought and sold on Oommlsion. Local Agency for Hutahiaaon k Mann Fire Insurance Companies. myl4 tf -J .JUMBKI-l-J—1BEgaBBBBBMR«BBBeaBMBBB THE NEW SALOON ! Two Doors north of Xn. Brown's ANTOINE RAPP.Proprietor. Wines, Liquors and Cigars Of tbs finest brends. J. HARRIS.Rlxslstlal. Kursk., April 39, 1883. s38tf EXTBEKA. Real Me & Collection ip;y MINING BUREAU, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 1 TRANSACTS A GENERAL REAL EBTATI and Collection Buslnees ; Drswe and Ao knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles j Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate j Examines end Reports upon Mines; Collects Kents ; end. in fact, will attend to any legiti mate buslnees In whloh there Is s fee. E. J. BUTLER. Office in Bkntxwxl building, Eureka, Nee. */■ Refers to any and all the buslnesa men of Eureka. Eureka. Oot. 26.1880. o27-tf