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^PvnT- EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1875. NO. 110 1__ KURSKAJAJLLSENTINEL. „.RU8HBn'i^7^^. MOND/ YB rt"U EXCEPTED, by CASSIDY & DENNIS. _ OKO. X*. CAWIOY terms OF SUBSCRIPTION: g3EaSwSjp=w ggforw.rded unt.fwdfor.____ Pictures! pictures!! Ptiotonraptis!!! GO TO Till WELL KNOWN Oitf fhotofrapu Oallery, Oa auth Mel* street. Eureka, for tka bed MOST UraBB PICTURE*!! a new Style ef picture bus just been Intro dueed by UIIR MOHACO. The Artist*. Wk.re t brilliant and glossy polish is imparl "* *d to tbe picture, eupenor to the discarded vulgar enamel. sit KINDS OF PICTURES are dona up in superior style and with the lateet improve menti of tbe Parlor Hint Picture* tend the I-mr*t Beautiful buss Pearl AreUken in this Oallery equal to any in the Bute or at the hay. .. „ „ All negatives taken in this Oallery are care fullv retouched and keiit for future orders. ■llmri LOUIS MONACO. Artist. i. *. raouK*. r. J. uaupiu. maupin&cromer Wholesale and Retail Dealersio hardware, IIoiihc Fnrulnlilnff tleoila, STOVES.TIN AND COPI ER IVARE. POW DER AND FUSE. WINDLASS KOI'E OF ALL SIZES. ETC. We are nine prepared to rut aad Fit dan Pipe. ML & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notion. Tbe bent quality of Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers af Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work in our line, ai.d guaranteed tu give purfect satisfac tion in every particular. ALSO, POLE Ail ENTS FOR CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS FOR EUREKA. MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER Constantly un band. HERCULES POWDER. FUSE AND TAJ’S ! We would respectfully solicit the attention efcompanies and uiinera tu the advantages we can offer. •JHuyatfMAUP1N i CROMER. PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, first door north of the Pioneer tiestauraut. North Main street. Eureka. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING RE J. centjy opened the above establisbment, oilers his professional services te all who » first-class physiognomical ilAIU vu i, or an ecstatic SH A V E. H»ir Cutting, 30 cents. Shampooing, wcents. Connected with the estab lishiiioutaru sovoral neat and elegant Hath Rooms, where . mi— tho most dosirable Hot or Uiu Paths can bo had at all times. BATHS, 50 CENTS. 4 I'ubHe patronage is solicited. tuitt-U JAMES M. M MOODY. Prop'r. GENERAL KOTICET TIIK PUBLIC IN GENERAL IS IN X formed that the old Broker, H. MAN 1IEIM, 2W.r Saloon, Main street, old stand, has re o’0B 00*"nii,»ion,direct from New York •nil Boston, nearly tio,000 Worth of Valuable Article* consisting of 8(14 Md Silver Watches, Gents' and kdW Gold Chains, Rev Styles, lets in Amethyst and Topes, ■•ds I* Order. Diamonds-it si Ira Stock, and a (Specialty. Hina w*" f®11 ,ha"a foods at a turn ttb«mti,r,.ah aTal>body. rather tbaa ra. m teem to the original owners. HIGHEST PRICK PAID FOR WRKEA COUNTY SCRIP. "KEENBACKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. P18T0US' ®n"udl0AM 7. S. ftA&BlAITB'l Corner Famiy Grocery STORE, ®°rn#r of Bu«l and Clark 8ta„ ■ Dick Hyland's Kira proof Building, oppo site Masonic Hall. MS® 18 4L!' NKW 4XD f«t. Ham uiJ?"l,vlB5- eonsists of Coffee, looked 8almon°D|I■ Ho°elea Codfish. Hsokerel? Dricd’an.Vr,nf> Gutter. Choose, J}® , Pitted PlumfI*black ber S^oKComh if* **0fiujhe*. Zant jjuckwhemt ini Fign, Corn, Jfcfcfisgi. Potatoes)l()|lS,0* • ^/“P' Coal Oil, 5 '"t of oannad Y, aJt0o<f assort tines. Oysters, I'mfehliln0* ®\, uuoa,« ^ar* »»d a variety nf „? l,Cuffaa* Nuts. Candies mention; all of wkSIirci®*i.t.00 numorous to '*mhirtf P ° *4 ®t«dit.W ,eU ch0*P !or -i ?■ OALBRA1TU. _MISCELL A NEO US. EUREKA AND PALISADE 12'jU ; l&8M&ns£P «g*w—Tiy-'fwr-'TO* Rail road! OPEN TO For alpha leave Hamilton Ev ery day at 7 o’clock, a. a. Leave Eureka at 7 o’clock a. M„ connecting with the Eureka and Palisade RAILR OAD! Passengers remaining over nifbt at ALPHA, aud arriving at PALISADE in time te connect with the daily pas senger trains of the OBVSSAL VACZriO. 1 hore is a Commodious Hotel AT ALPHA, Where Paseeugers will Receive Flntt-rlnaa Aeeemmodallous. GEO. COWLES, Agent. fe3tf IV, DELBANCO, succmoR TO M. P. FREEMAN It CO, —A!ll>— REINHART BROTHERS. ^omrdisE and Commission MERCHANT, DEALER IN FLOUR AND GRAIN. Office: Central Pacific Railroad Depot ELKO, NEVADA. ANY GOODS SENT TO THIS PLACE will bo forwarded promptly and with die patch. Mark “ CAKE » (In a diamond) Elko.” dl'otf tV. W. Chmholu, C. tV. Rnnnnr, Preeidunt. Secretary. Smos ll.uiiraoKR, Superintendent UTAH FIRE BRICK MANUFACTURING COMFY. SAX.T LASS CITY. 1M It E-BRICK OF SUPERIOR QUALITY and epucial ehepee made to erder. Our brick are inode from diff. rent clave, and care ie taken to prepare the combination* of nin terjul to meet the want* of difler-nt ore* and di.X''«. In lot* of a cur lead, UJIH) por thou *ar.d; in *mall lot*, ft) cent* anioce. max ouekfeldek, Agent for Eureka county and Ea*turn Ne vada. oc:U-tf MONEY’S MARKET, FRANK MONEY, Proprietor, South Main strebt, opposito tho Odd Fellows’ new hall. WOULD RESPECTFULLY ... announce thnt lie will Uf keep constantly on hand at the abuyo market the best — li -A BEEP, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, 8AUSACE, And everything else usually found in a fir-t class market Prices as reasonable as uny establishment in the city. MEATS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ! »«rU holesalu orders delivered to custom ers free of charge within ten miles of town. _Jy*-tf_ DAVID LUNDBOM AISATSR. Onicei Halil strret, oppesils Ihe Pio neer Hewtauraut. ••"Accurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR JX MKR very low rates will he charged in the future, though feus will still be kept as reasonable us possible. Strangers aro required to pay in advance. Eurek a. August i"d, Itud. aui'Utf ROB! HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanka 152,000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL HE FURNISHED IN Y Y Ruby Hill, in any desired quantities, at ail seasons of the year, at a Uniterm rate and lower than can be furnished Item any other source. Water delivered twicodaily to pri vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. Tickots ranging frum •>!« to V) cents apiece will be sold at tho office of the company on Ruby Hill, by W. H. MILLER, Superin tendent W. B. IIAKRUB Proprietor. myautf__ JUST ARRIVED At J. Straus’ JEWELRY EMPORIUM! rpHE NEWEST GOLD WATCHES, jo the BEST GOLD JEWELRY, tho fcA BEST STYLES and tho BEST QUALlliES. In Wella, Fargo A Cos Eipress Building. Eureka. mh7-tf-lp J. STRAUS, Jeweler. Patronize Home Industry. ^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENGAGED IN THE Preparation or Pnrc Java Coffee. He Is prepared tp fill orders from all see tions in quantities from One Pound to Ono Thousand Pounds. Factory on Main street below Pioneer Rea tauraak fS-tf PROFESSION A L. T. L ASPIC Y RE, A TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE in THE COIRT-HOESE Building. Eureka, Nevada. Will practice in all tbo couns of the State, my27-tf_ 8ELDEN HETZEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Clark’, Stone Building, CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK ST3.. Eureka, Nevada. no5 C. G. Hl'BBAKD. c. J. MUSING. LANSINC A HUBBARD, Attornkyn at law. practice in all Court, in thi, Stato and California. O.O. Hubbard ... Netary Public. Office in Kyland’, Brick Building, Bateman ttreet. Eureka, Nev. aiig!2_ A. M. HII.I.HOIBK. V. H. PAYKNPQHT HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorneys at law. office in Dick ltyland*. Brick Building. Bate man street. Eureka, Nevada. H'll-tf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND I'. M. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’, brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Bateman street,, up stair,. myll THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alain Street, Eureka, Nevada. ja2j-tf DR, M. R. CHAMBLIN, PIIYKK IAN ANDKEHGEON. CAN be found at the Eureka Drug Store, or at bis private office on Duel street, two doors south of the StsTinuL office. nl DR. A. C. BISHOP, PlIYKICIAN AND Kl'RGEON. Of fice: on Second floor in Clark’s Stone Building, corner Main and Clark streets. Eu reka. jel2-tf 0. W. BAKER, Attorney at i.aw and NoTAiiY PUBLIC. Office on Main street, above the Turner House. jail DR. PAUL M. BRENAN, Physician, Surgeon A Lecturer, oincEiar Montgomery kt, SAN FRANCISCO. OFFICE HOURS FROM NINE A. M. TO 12 M., 2 to 5 p w.: 8 to 8 p. m my 20 O. HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DENTIKT. Rooms: Five doors * asma. south of the Skutixm. otfico, Duel street, Eureka. Rf '**Jl I rl r BUSINESS CARDS. Dr. Dobrenz, German Physician. Surgeon, Accoucheur and Oculist, Office on Clark stract, next door to Justice Beatty's Court. Off-Office Hour*: From 8 to 11 o’clock a. a.; 2 to 5 in tbo afternoon, and 7 to 8 in the evening. Q- l-tf R. L. CHASE, (TOIXTY KKCOKltPK AYl> At’Dl j tor. of Eureka county,Neruda. Having in my office the transcribed Rec ords trout Lander county, I dm prepared to search records and make abstracts of Mining Property and Real Estate. Convetancing in nil its brunches. Acknowledgments taken. Office in thu Court-house, Eureka, Eureka county. Nevada. jii8-tf THOMAS J. TENNANT, Notary pibi.ic. convey a wr ing in all its branches. Acknowledge ments, Protesting Commercial Paper, and taking Depositions, promptly attended to. Office with It. L. Chase, County Recorder, in the Court-house iiuildtug. Eureka, Kureku cuunty, Nevada. ja8-tf GEO. W, MERRILL, Attorney at i,a«, dintrict Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in the Court-Tiouse. jatt-tf Jamkb L. Kno, I I Eo\r mi>Chcttiw, Notary Public. ) I Cotni’s’ner for Nev. KING A CHATTIN, (Sucoessors to F. I. TIIIUAULT, deceased,! Notaries public, commissioners of DEEDS for all thu States and Territo ries, CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESi'ATE und GENERAL AGENTS, iswr Particular attention given to tba taking of Depositions. Office: 4U California street, San Francisco, California. dlti-tim r. H. BA&MON, COUNTY CLERK. AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of tha Sixth Judicial District, in and,for the County al Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, In all its branches, correctly executed. Ac knowledgments, Affidavits, etc., taken in any part of tuo town. Office: Front corner room at the Court house. dtk-8m j. us vis. Eureka. i. bimow, San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, IMPORTKBB AMD DKALKR8 IN CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. M»iu Hires*t. Eureka, Nevada. nl AMERICAN HOTEL LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STS.. MRM. JOS. GREEK, PRItPRIETR'S. Formally of the Montana House. This commodious lodging- AgA bouse is now thrown open to publicJEif patronage. NEAT. CLEAN, WELL VtTT NlSllED and well ventilated rooms ami good comfortable bods. PRICKS REASON A RLE. CALL ALD INSPECT. ashM-lta HOTELS, ETC. TURNER HOUSE, South Main Street. Eureka, Nevada. B. 7. Turner, Proprietor. Having again assumed Busi ness at my old stand, I beg leave to in form the public that lam prepared to ac commodate all who may favor me with their patronage, and would assure them that it will again be brought back to its former well known standard. Old customers are re spectfully invited to return, and they dill re ceive every possible attention. THE ROOMS Are large, well furnished and comfortable. THE TAREKS Will, at all times, be supplied with the best the market afford*. THE BAR Will be constantly supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Charges reason able. B. J. TURNER, Propr. Euroka, August 23, 1874. au2tttf SILVER BRICK HOTEL, South Main street. Eureka. WIN. GILLEN, - - Proprietor. rPHE BEST MEALS TO BE OBTAINED J in the State can be had here for ftfty cents. Is stocked with a superior article of Whis kies, ijrandie*. Vi ines. Liquors and Cigars, .or \2'/., cunts. w Come, try the Silver Brick. je3 WM. GILLEN. MOCH’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Etirekn and Ruby Hill, and the public in general, that 1 have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will open the same on Hnnilay, the 29th of February. At a First-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a share ef patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that I will do all in my puwor to ploase. MRS. JNO.A. MUCH. Piocbo Daily Record copy, felCMm PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. North Main Street, Eureka. Formerly Coruneo|»la Bemtanrant. FRANK SWENSSON. PROPRIETOR. Having fitted up the finest lodging establishment in town. 1 am pre* uaired to furnish rooms in suit or singlo. The house is fitted up all new, the rooms are car peted, the beds are spring, the bouse is neal and airy. •WChargos Reasonable."** Try the PACIFIC HOUSE. fe'.’i-l m INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. main street, eureka. D. H. HALL, . . 777. . PROPRIETOR. MTHF INTERNATIONAL HOTEL is still kept by D. II. HALL in first, class style, tat-sly big all patrons; and in Eastern Nevada the accommodations can not be excelled. THE VERY BEST BEDS and finely furnished ROOMS, by the night, week or month. apt> J. L. H1NVKLKY. J. H. LOCK ITOOt PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. rpHE ROOMS ARE SPACIOUS AND X supplied with Spring Reds throughout. THE DAK I* furnished with tho finest Liquors and Cigars that can be purchased. A 1 Irat-eliwM Kesluiirnut on the First Floor. The Palisade, llutuilton, Austin. Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House, jll-nlt) The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. Whitten's Stone Store, Ma Street, Eureka. OBO. P. LUNDOZIIN WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL Ills old friends nt his house at any time. At the 1’IONEEB they will find The Tablet Supplied with oil the delicacies that can be obtained, and tbu Pioneer shall be as well kept os nn> Restaurant in Eureka. (live me a oall and see how entirely you will besuited. jol7 ANTELOPE RFSTAURANT S. W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor, MAIN STREET, EUREKA, KEV., Two doors above the Silver Briok Hotel. THE ABOVE RESTAURANT j*-. having boon entirely reno vuted and refitted, tho proprie tor asures the public that he will sparo no pains to merit a share of tuoir pat ronage, jafi-tf BOARDING-HOUSE, * — os— RI BY IIH.I* NEVADA. MRS. BRIDGET KAVANAUQHW^ takes this method of inlorm-MwCf^K lug her friends thut she will nvcom odute bourdjrs on tho most r.ason able terms, AND WITH GOOD BOARDING, At her house on Ruby Hill, in this county. BK1DUK1 KAVANAI till. March 8th, 1875. mbii-lm Notice. Having engaged the celebrat cd Confectioner. Herr Von Bismarck, we offer to our friends and tho public the best of home-made Bread.l ies, Cakes, plain or ir naim ntnl, for Weddings, Parties, balls or P amilios, on huud or to order on the shortest notice. MUCH, mhll-tf MISCELL A NEO US. HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AND Provisions! Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Chicago Hama and Break that Bacon, sugar cured, always on hand. •FTwo doors north of Dan. Morgan's, on Main street. apltf Nevada Market, JOHNWILLFQRD • • PROPRIETOR •oath Main Street, Eureka, Nev., Adjoining the Nevada Stables, WHOLESALE * RETAIL wlT-i IT Butcher, dealer in all (Kj kU -OK- _3_t Freak Heat*, Beef, Hatton, Veal, I.a,11b aud Pork. Whole, Half or Quarter, at Lowest Rates. SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT Always on hand. Orders carefully attended to. fjS-tf FULTON MARKET. JOSEPH VANINA, Proprietor, South Main Street. Opposite New Odd Fei* lows' Hall, WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN- fXHBo nounco to the public in gen- AZJ!/* oral that he will keep constantly on taaS. hand, at the above named Man.et, both at wholesale and retail, the choicest of Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork. Also on hand, French. English and Italian SAUSAGE, DRIED BEEF, BOLOGNAS, etc., etc. WTown and County Orders promptly at tended to.Ttn Prices reasonable. JOS. VANINA. THOMAS MURPHY, — THE — PIONEER EOOT- MAKER, Will make to order The Best French Calf Top Sole sewed Boots, FOR FIFTEEN DOLLARS! Pegged Boots, Thirteen Dollars HE .ALSO KEEPS ON HAND A LARfl assortment of his own make, from hi-1 •bop in San Francisco. •rl'all ami Examine my Work.'m ALL WORK WARRANTED. d!2-tf BRITISH MILLING & MINING Co. LIMITED. NOTICE-J. Ii. OSBORNE, HAVING been appointed Superintendent of the Company’s business, he alone is authorized to make contracts and pnrchases, or incur any indebtedness on behalf of the Company. THUS. W.’i’AI LOR. Agent British M. It M Conn any (limited). I’into Mill, Eureka, October 04th, 1874. o27-l a "■ F. LOE WY Begs to inform his friend* that he lias buught ihe agency of J, H. MICHAEL for all the Eastern Paper*. Periodicals, Haga> slues and Fashion Uiwk*, And is prepared to deliver them to his sub scribers at their place if residence F It Id E OF CHARGE! KCOKFICl, at G. Young's Gunsmith Shop, ext to Moyors and Franklin's. apl7-tf SAM. FRIEDMAA, Auction and Commission Merchant, Dealer in New and Second-Hand Goods. Tinware, Hardware, Glassware, CROCKERY, TOBACCO. CLOTHING, BED DING. FURNITURE, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINERS’TOOLS, ETC.. Three doers above Woodruff k Ennor’s Stage 1 mice. Main street. Eureka. jy7-tf Eureka Drug Store! a Next Door to Well*, Fargo « to -UUiCf. Where can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OF ALL KINDS. Careful attention given to the preparation oi PHYSICIANS* PRESCRIPTIONS, Having had a practical knowledge in this lia for more than twontyfive years. ap20tf F. J. SCHNEIDER. Druggist J. B. LANCSTROFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, Next Door to International llotel, MAIN STREET, EUREKA, TTEKPS ALWAYS ON JY band a large assorutment ul' the tinest Ctsuuores. broadcloths, Iieaveis, Vestings. Ac., Ac., which he is prepared to make up is the latest fashion and at PRICES THAT WILL SUITTHETIMES. ft ML If M ISC ELL A NEO U& SEW FIRM TIRE STORE! Meyers t Franklin’s old Building, by Charles W. Schwamb. The largest and best selected stock of furniture ever brought to Ne vada. Having procured all my goods direct from the manulactory, 1 can sell at San Francisco Prices! HANDSOME PARLOR SUITS -AND WAX.NUT CHAMBER SUITS, Spring and Hair Mattresses,Feather Pillows and Bolsters. Bed Linen; Brussels and Ingrain Carpets; Shades, Pictures and Mirrors; Stair Carpets; Vases and Ornaments, Toilet Sets; Dining-room and Kitchen Furni ture Complete, etc. Comprising in all. a desirable line of goodi specially adapted for the Holiday season, to. be sold without reserve, and tb which 1 call the attention of the trade. • Agent, for Nevada, of Fish back’! Patent Bed-Spring Lounge. The Latest Novelty. W all I* n. j> e r Of all Kinds;. Decorations, Center Pieces, Mouldings; Picture Fiames, In New Designs, With Metal Lining; Classy Paints, Oils,Varnishes, Brushes, etc. Damask Laee Cnrtains, Window Shades and Fixtures, Draperies in I .ace. Hops, Terraee and Silk.' FANCY GOODS-AND TOYS! Comprising Vases, Castors, Fancy Baskets, Bohemian Glassware, Dolls, Magic Lauters, Tool Boxes, Carousals, Tin Kitchens, Surprise Boxes, Horsemen, Willow Coaches, Fancy Boxes, Sail Boats, Hobby Horses, Perfumery, Cradles, Sleds, etc. dltf CliAS. W. SCIIWAMB. W. P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. WILL KEEP ON HAN1) AN ASSORT* moot of Roaewood Caskcfa of Every Style, Coffin Trimming a, Etc. er Funerals attended to with promptness and all the arrangements made with care and attention, 'three doors north of Paxton Jc Co’s hunk. Main street. Eureka. mhl8 SHEA, BOCQDEEAZ & MCKEE, IMPOETEES AND JOBBEES 0F$ Wir^s and Liquors NUI.E AO ENTS FOB GOLDEN AND TEA KETTLE AV1USKIES Corner Front and Jackson Street, SAN FRANCISCO. amkbShka, ) A. Bocoukba*. V R McKkk. J apt* L. POWKBS. B. W. WILCOX. B. B. CUTTIB L. POWERS ACO., Importers and Jobbers in Choice AV ines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. 73 FBON’T NTBKKT, lell-tf ' SACRAMENTO. CAL Ranch, Cattle and Town Property FOR SAIiE, Ten miles Noimi of eureka. known as 44 JL>l 1 KliAM’S RANCH;” is suitable for a vegetable ami dairy ranch. Five acres are under a good picket fence, and tivo acres mure yndor cultivation. Corrals, milk-house, and stone dwelling; containing seven rooms; forty h<*ad of Cattle, and tunn ing and duiry utensils; two horses and two sets of harness. Sufficient range for ei^ht hundred head of cattle, with a nevor-failing stream of running water. Also for sale, a house suitable for a board ing-house yr saloon, situated near tie City Hay Yard, in Eureka. Yhe above will be sold either together or separate, cheap for cash. Apply to S. W. RUCK HAM, At the Antelope Restaurant, Eureka, mbfi-lni ■*' ___ Pancake Fire Brick, OF THE BEST QUALITY. For Sale Cheap I INQUIRE OK f.U JOHN S. CANMfN.