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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1874, Oakland, California Dundreary in Nevada. It was our gocxHortmie. a si, on time; Siuee, to hear the nt ADVERTSSEMENTS. P, SCHREiBER, note-is tn were a dignified-looking, g, middle-used man from Call- ed Xr s of the same 4 1OBB nKOAWWAV. wholesale ami totail Dealer m R1CHl MEDIUM AND PLAIN "DnSSrv-Deah me, this is disgust- 1 FURNITURE, second or the third hair- BURNETT BROS !POMABJEQA BRAND CIOAES, Mnnnfactnnd by JOHN BREEN, ETC ETC., ETC. AND nOLD for a QTJA.BTKR, i BE as good as any bit ci3ar to town Iffl- I "I. ported Cigars tor two a tjuarter, All retailed at wholesale prices at tne nwinjJtctorj SIU Brondwny. "n ths rnrnlluro trodo on the Pariflc Coast. P. SCHKKIBKB, 1O04 aixl Broadway. ;Xo, sir: I arrived here vcsterdny moruing. Comstocker-I thought so, otherwise you would not complained of in the butter. complain ot liftirs in the buttnh! You sunwise me, sir. How could I do otherwise.' hoiva, sir, are just as natural to Washoe butter as but- teris a natural product of mi k. They are just as good aud just as clean as the but'er. At tho Old Stand of Conistocker-Hot at all, sir. All our butter comes from the great valleys of our State where flourishes thnt raont nutritions'and truly g J. S. CROSLEY, TJHALEB in all kinds o( The undersigned, thanking the pubho for patronage bestowed the past ten years, would gwe no- p s gel, for the next sixty days for CASK, SUIT OF CLOTHES GO TO JJAS. RYAN'S Late of 812 Miiria-t st. Sim 1'rancisco, S.-ventli Oakland. House Furnishing Goods at greatly reduced rates, in or- der to close out their business, i They otTerfor sale their whole establishment and bus- 1 iness. Any person desiring to purchase a good paying, SAUSAGKS oo iness. Any person j business, flrmly established, the trade of which extends r oortu- Sliills I nml !l City Mnrl Twrtfth St-t Entrance. j Qf ,ua CJiecso, Honey In the Comb, parts of the Coast, cannot find a better thlS. Beer, Mutton. Vcnl. Porfc. Kte. 703 Bro.rfw.iy. bctvve-n Third and Fourth strectb, Oakland. D BLOOD PUDDIXO All orders promptly .mended to, und deiiv ered free of charge. or at wwLa.wi To the public we say, call and examine oursupenor stock of goods. Now is the time to buy cheap for Cash. Great inducements offered to purchasers. GURNETT BROS., 1066 4o 1071 Broadway, Oakland. OAKLAND STABLES KL.EVKXTH STREET, Betwcon Franklin nndWebet'r. T IVEEt AN'V) SALE STA1JLE. I M. M. TIHKHAM. I Particular attrntion pail to BoardinB. ing and Soiling THE LATEST AND BEST cnsioii. j. -_ hair growing little thin, I used some of the pwepawation. t'omstocker-AVell, then, sir. ma country where all the cows feed on the irhite do you think it likely tmu the butter will'be TARNISHED .t DundrearT turned red, pushed back X terms, by his chair, incl left without answering. ,t the connndrem. and most Aa Accommodating Editor. loe.1 editor a -eor Chronicle introduced WmsclMo the pnb- 'detaiuTof 'ravoUing Phlfadelphia Restaurant And Ladies Gfntlemen'a Refreshinent BROADWAY, and Blerenth streets, Oakland. InllV SOHCllcu. r lions and .aiinisteriftl donation will be done with promptness k bitch Keno banks and their operations nf made a reported in the highest style of the "portonal art. Domestic broils and inlelicities sought for un- ttring aviditv. Police Court proceedings and Senuoni reported in a rnnnner well MleutoUd to astonish the prisoner, ma- ristrate and preacher. 1'roinpt paying Subscribers and good advertisers, stricken with mortal ilness, vnll cheer- fully interviewed, when lying at death s door, with a view to obtaining obituarj WALTER SMITH, TJEA.LEB IN Clears and Tobacco, S. W. corner Brottdvrar and Strwit, Oakland. _________ Parties iudobt-d to tho al-ou- Hun are to call mul settle i SOMETHING HEW. tested Bsnwtt's Sine and Phtiai These Pens oro now used almost uiUwrsal arc warranted OOMHKNOlSe UNDAY, APRIL 26, 1874, And until further notice. OAKLAND AJfD AH.AMEDJV FERRY. From SAX FRANCISCO to OAKLAND. nd nan A. 'IS'DO'. vm, and r., lux) and 11.-20 A. M.: 1230, General Passenger and Ticket Agemt. A. X. TOWXK, Ot'n. Sup't. ic s o dies Hair-Drcusins to. .013 Kleventli iT. CHARUES N. K. cor. Broadway Twelfth it. TOTHH "WEEKLY PLAINDEALER, .TUBDAV AT Temescal and Berkeley r Tfc ATT V L. T-utolinli OAKLAND BUSINESS Furniture, Boxes, Etc. rr facial Care taken in Moving Pianos! 1, len at VKKV O; on Pavis DR. W. NEWCONIB, Orllcr 1081) Brondwrny. WitII ft T1CW s andtl-e greatast pleasure will be -oKSlPENCK NOO.-.ciriANJ.iCKNTKAT', nriTntn affairs li Hotel. OIBce Hours-t> to 10 A. M. 1 to 2. j nis, an e s taken in exposing your private affoixn to the critical gaze of an ynb- HoiaingJEm Even. fftt.w: of a fellow who solemnly pledged nd fi to B P.M. FRANK TASNEY. MISS CRADDOCK, IRKS TO C.UJ, .VTTKNTION TO her
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