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NO. 128
IHREKA daily sentinel.
„ MOf,'D/ TS
rr*0*1" EXCETTKH. BY
& CASSIDY & DENNIS.
<f KjiX GEO. W. CAMIUY
,„S H. »«•«'»• __
*«!
WHKr',''ir"'lir'1"'1 ""'ll'"'" f"r'
SsTfis!! Motrams!!!
jOTO THE WELL KNOWN
giti Ph»tojfi»po Gallery,
l,S.utk M.i» atraat. Eureka, for tha beat
aid
MOST LXPELttB PICTUHBS!!
A arw style af picture has juat been iatro
4uc<*i by
Mill* *»!»-*<•». The Artlai.
Where a brilliaot and glossy polish isimpart
«d to the picture, superior to tha
discarded vulgar enamel.
in KINDS OK PICTURES are dona up
|. #u«rior stylo and with tha latest tmpruvo
npn» of tk* »rb
i.rva Parlor nn-«l I'lrturoa mail the
L,r* Beaiitltul hull Fenrl
Are ttkrs in this Oallery equal to any in the
acts'live* taken inthi- (iallery are care
L t, caeasa t. j. uauris.
I5UAUPIH & CROMER
Vf kelesale and Detail Dealers in
HARDWARE,
M ‘tfkfsTKAM A MM) As’VIrh NU(L
House FuriilalilniC iioiailo.
STOVES.TIN AND COPPER WARE. I’flW.
DKH AND USE, WINDLASS HOPE
or all sizes, etc.
fe are nIno pre|»«r«*<i to C'nt Fit
I;h« I’ipf.
EL & FURNACE WORK
Done on Short notice.
The lie*I <|ii»IJ(y of
Steel, and also Stone Coal.
Constantly on hand.
Also. Mnnufacturers of
Tin, Sheet-Iron. Copper Ware.
Pirtfciilar attrition i aid to all work in our
linr.amlKuarariteod to fit. perfect ratisfa'*
uoi in every particular.
A LSI, sfii.K AllKXTS Kor
toil KUKBKA.
HIM, BUSTING INI) STORTING
POWDE R
Constantly on huml.
HERCULES 10" DKK, FISK AND CAPS!
W« wtuLl m>|»*?tfully solicit the Attention
•feemimnios and miner* to tho udvAdltuo*
we can offer.
J>y„v:;;tr MAH*IN .V CKOMBH. ,
1*103 EE 11
Barber Shop & Bath House,
Hritdoor north ot the I'ionecr restaurant.
.North Main stroct, Eureka.
THE UNIiEKSMNKJ), HAVING KK*
1 cuntly opened the above establishment,
^'»-;ri its proi'essivnai services to all who
!;*.*?• * firm-claw i»h> siognoinical AIA11»
l, or ad ecstatic rill A Y k.
Hair Cutting, 50 cent*. Shampooing,
ceou.
B Connected wilh the ©stab
A tW« «f public patronage if fnlicitod.
,,,a-u J A .Ml.ft M. At MUU1>Y. I’rni.V
*10,000 W orth of V aluable Articles
. , consisting <d
,Md Silver Watches, Gents’ and
^ldlM’ ®°‘<i Chains, Now Styles,
Sets in Amathyst and
Topai,
*<•» >• Order. I*iain«n<la-an Im
"'",c hitoek, anti a N|>eclally.
nSetoaMoM'.'i^ will poll these reads at s
turn thuiu i, ti,1 "v!’r.yhotly, rather thaa ro
t0 la» original owners,
Etnri iVll<illKVr CRICK PAID FOR
• lu vv COlWY SCRIP.
ithNBAt’KS lti'l iiirr AM) SOLD.
^ALBKAZTH’S
Corner Famiy Grocery
STORK,
01 Buel «nd Clark Sts.,
' ltyl“p*i’« l ire proof Building, oppo
M 'Ue Masonic Hall.
c»MtSlV"arHviU IS AL,J NEW AND
, u»*. ISaeM I "S’ 'V:"8""" of Coffee,
peeked SaliSoi ItK • * U!,n"lBS" Codfish.
5Hfc*r»l."rt!d,A Hotter, Cheese,
8". Pitted *lTim,PP ?»*’ ! j#cho"> Illaokbor
fe«ts. Comb Honnv 0?! 0^- '’oae.he,, Z„nt
fekwheat and*Oahm.ii'‘S111*’ *«"• Corn,
Csbbate, Potato*. ii^ a1, ‘Vm** Coal Oil,
•«nt of canned goo(iSIO|M*'i*in<* * assort
Oyst,r^|.*°r^";>>Mes Sauces, Snr
variety of art ii ff?°* N,,t"> Candies
all of whfeb }a*;\ou numerous to
'‘ahhSitfpprov'!'l credit ‘ ,ul1 choa|’ ,or
J< D. GALBRAITH.
the tv nr.
m”- ■-Jg-^yjrr—~v— . . . ar. .. . .:
EUREKA RACES
17th, 18th, 19th and 20th
OK JUNE.
FOUR DAYS’ RACING.
$4,000 in Purses Offered!
I'llirrrmixsoK eirfka. nevaim,
I c f.-r tba lailuwiaj l’uria*, to bo run lor
■ vcr Iba
WIL LOWS COURSE,
—COMlIEXCENf
June 17th, & Ending June 20th, '15.
rirat D»j, Tliuraila;. Jane 171b;
.Mila and repeat; free for *11 horaea, $7'i0.
'aiu* day. single Pa-b ufhalf mile; fur •»*
ond-claas karaua, J-*t.
Keeanil Da/, Frlila/, Junelllb,
Single l'aah of a mil*: free fur all hor«et, ?"#o.
Same day, ainglo Paah ol balf mile; Ira* lor
all hull**, 94UO.
Third Da/-, Knlnrila/, June lllb,
A Three-in-lira Ract; fra* for all huraaa,
11.500.
t'anrlh Da/. Raada/.Juae lltli.
Single l'aah *f a mil* far *eeond-ela*r
horaea, J ’OO. Same day. Single l'aah of uuaj
tur *1 utile; fruo for all noraoi, i'2*).
Entrance Tao, SO per cent, ef enrli purse.
Th reo or inoro h«r«e« to wntwr, ftuti throw to
starts Kutrioato closu Juno oth. Know* to be
run according to tho ruloa of tho Sfteraiuonto
Jockoy Club.
The Track is the Best in Nevada
flood accommodations on tho (rounds for
nil horsos and trainers.
A Brass Baad, consisting of ten pieces, will
be in daily attendance at the (round.
D. B. IMMEL & CO. (Bankers.)
Treasurer.
i ap» QUS. BOTTO, Munugor.
M / SC EL LA NEO US.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
R.all ro ad!
OPEN TO
STAGES
170R ALPHA LEAVE HAMILTON EV
rry day at 7 o’cl >ek, a. m. Leave Eureka
at 1 o’clock y, m.. connecting with the
Eureka and Palisade
RAIL R O ADI
I’assengore remaining over night at A I.I’ll A.
and arriving at PALISADE in tiiua
to connect with the daily paa
conger trains cl' the
CENTRAL FACXFXC.
1 bare in a
Commodious Hotei
AT ALPHA,
Where Pameugert will Reeelve
1 Imt-rlass AoeoniimHlntlona.
GEO. COWLES, Agent.
_tejtf_
IV. DELIJANCO,
fWT<TK8N«iR TO
M.P. FREEMAN Jt CO,
—A*I>—
REiKHART ERCTHERS.
fomrfim and Conn
MERCHANT,
DEALER IN FLOUR AND GRAIN
Office: Central Pacific Railroad Do,>ot,
ELKO, NEVADA.
Any hoods sent to this place
will Ijo furwarded pruiui’tiy and witli
di.ratch.
Mark “ 'TAKE l> (in a diamond) Elko."
dl'ktf
MONEY S MARKET,
FRANK MCI:EY. Proprietor,
South Main street, opposite the Odd Fellows’
new hull, •
ItrOl’M) HESFKCIH FLY
f f announce that he will /r
keep constantly on hand at the
above market th«* b'st -*1*—XL
QEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK,
SAUSAGE,
And everyth inf els*' usually found in a
cla** mar wot i rices a* rea>onablo an any ,
-tablMimcrit in the city.
iVSEATS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
uti'W holcyalw orders d livcred to custom
ers tree of charge within ten miles oi town*
_jy-tf_
FULTON MARKET.
JOHM'll VAM.\ 1, Proprietor,
South Main Street, Opposite New Odd Fel
lows’ Hall,
YirOULOHESmTl-r I,LY AN
H nouiu‘9 to th-> public in icon- Ae—L/
oral that ho will p constantly on
hand, at tb« abort' nam'd Mar not, ooib at
.rhole-al« and retail, tlu- choicest of
Hoe I, Mutton, Yenl iumI Fork.
Also on hand, French, Fitglish and Italian
-AlSAiili, Uiilhli iihh., IlUhOtiNAS,
B <r , own and County Orders promptly at
tended to.**aa
Fricos i asonabta. JOS VANINA.
.i i ?s r .v it hived
At J. Straus’
JEWELRY EMPORIUM!
'j'llE NEWEST HOLD WATCHES,
(lie WEST ti<>Ll> JKWELHY, tho
REST STYLES ami tho liESY QVAL1T1ES.
In Well., I'nrK'O A <»>'* lx J>r<‘n*
Hull,lint Eurrhx
mhT-tf-lp J. STEALS, Joweler.
THOMAS MURPHY,
— THE —
PIONEER LOOT-MAKER,
Will make to ar.lir
The Best French Calf Top Sole
sewed Boots,
FOR FIFTEEN DOLLARS!
Pegged Boots, Thirteen Dollars
He also keeps on hand a earo
a«sortmont t>f hi, own make, from Ik
,hop in San Kramii,ro.
no ( nil iiiiiI ICxninlue iny tVork.'W
AEE WORK WARRANTED.
_Jrj-tf_
LAXCSTROFF & JARR,
Merchant Tn.iloi*s,
Next Dour to Interiintion:il Hotel.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA, *
Have just received a
largo assortment of Spring tlood*, HEm
consisting ol Fancy 8 liting*, I'anta JfiJ ;
! attorn*, Vestings, Ac., which we nro •«*-*
prepared to make up in the latert fashions :
und at print* to suit. apld-tf
PROFESSION A L.
—c-~ — . ■---„---r.r.
T. LASPEYRE,
A TTORNEY A T LA W.
OFFICE IS THE COVHT-HOUSE
Building, Eureka, Nevada.
Will practice in all the courts of the Stato,
__niYjjT-tl
SELDEF4 HETZEL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Clark’s Stone Building,
CORNER OK MAIN AND CLARK STS.,
Eureka, Nevada.
__non
<:. g. iichsaru. r. j. la Hama.
LANSING A HUBBARD,
Attorney* at i.aw. practice
in all Courts in this State and California,
C. G. Iliililinril ... Nntar]' Public.
Office in Hyland's Brick Building, Bateman
street. Eureka, Nor.
augl
*. X. [ft!,I,HOUSS. W. It. f)AVKXI’ORT
HILI.HOUSE A DAVENPORT,
Attorney* at law. office in
Dick Ityland's Brick Building, Bate
man street. Eureka, Nevada. jell-tf
THOMAS .1. HEAD,
CTIVII. ENGINEER ASIA ( . *. DEP*
J uty Minurul Survtyer. Office in lty
lund’s Brick Building, on the corner of Duel
and Bntunmn streets, up stairs. niylt
TIIOS. WREN,
ATTORNEY AT I.AW,
Main .Street, Eureka, Nevada.
jaii-tf
I)R. M. R. CHAMBL1N,
pllYSlCIAN AND M'KUCON, CAN
L be found at the Kureka Drug More, or
at his private office on Duel street, two doors
south of the Skstish, office. til
DR. A. O. BISHOP,
1)11 YNICIAN AND *1 KG EON. OF.
lice: on Second Hour in Clark’s Slone
i uildiug, corner .Main and Clark streets. Eu
reka. je!2-tf
G. W. BAKER,
ATTOHXKY A T I. A W AND
NoTA*'-Y PtBLlC. Dtiicc OB Main
street, above tb« Turner House. jull
DR. PAUL M. BRENAN,
Physician, Surgeon A. Lecturer,
011 icii i2~ mo.moomkuy nt,
SAN KliANCISCO.
OFFICE HOCUS FI.OM NINE A. M. TO
12 x.. 2 to 5 F X.: 8 to b f. x my'2H
C. HAMILTON, 1). It. S..
DK.XTIVr. Koo»ir: l ire ilnprn
tiouth of tho m xrisu, otlice, mfeZSSi,
l»uol Ftruet, Uurei.H. til '<U-LLSIJ
n UXIXJCSS ( A Iil)S.
DAVIl) LUNDBOM
ASSAYZR.
OIBcf: Main street, opposite the Flo.
lit er Uealauranl.
••“Accurate assays guaranteed.
A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR
AiEli very low rate.* will be charged ii
the future, though lees will still be kept a
reasonable a.* possible.
Strangers are requir* <1 to pay in advance.
Eurek a. August -2. ltffH. au2H-t!
IIAKLAN iV PHILLIPS,
i. I ft,Nir. apJMf
D r. D obrenz,
Cerman Physician. Surgeon,
Accoucheur and Oculist,
Office o» Clark street, next door to Justice
1.. itt) - ( eork
eeOllioo It«nin: From 9 toll o’clock
M.;‘J to5 in the afternoon, and 7 to 8 in th«
evening. o-l-tt
R* K. ( II ASK,
noi xn it r.<o illicit axd aids
V ' tor. ot Kureka eounw, Nevada.
Having in my office th*. ♦ranscribcd Heo
ords from Lander county, lam prepared t<
search record* and tun e abstracts ot Mining
roperty and deal hstate. Conveyancing
in Hllits branches. Acknowledgment* tak.*n.
Office in the Court-house, Kureka, Kurokn
county, Nevada. ja8-tf
THOMAS J. TKNNANT,
Notary ih ri.h. (oxvkyaxt.
ing in all its branches. Acknowledge
ments, 1'rotosting Cutuminvial isptr, and
t a. ing depositions, promptly attended to.
office with «. K. Chase, County Uecord- r. in
the Court-house building, Kureka, Kureka
county, Nevada. jah-tl
GKO. NY. MKimiLL,
VTTOKNKY AT I.AW , I>IS I'llH'l
Attorney for Kuroka county, and No
tary Public.
Office in tho Court-house. ja8-tf
J.AMK8 K. KlNO, I I KoWARIlCHATTm,
Notary i’ublic. { \ l omi's’ner for Nev.
KING it CHATTIN,
Successors to F. I. THIUAl'LT, deceased,1
NOTARIES I I ltl.lt', COMMISSIONK:'S
of DEEDS for all the Stales and JVrrito
iles, CoN\KYAM l i s, i.KAL KSiAii.
and tt KN Ki ALAI! I N 'IS.
*«r I'articulnr attention given to the taking
of Depositions.
Office: Aid California street, San Francisco,
California. dlti-tlui
r. H. XZAR3YZ02V,
/BOUNTY CLKKK, AND KX-OFFICIO
Y Clerk of tho District Court of tho Sixth
.uidicial District, in and for tho County el
Kuroka, State of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
In nil its brunches, correctly executed. Ac
knowledgments, Affidavits, etc., taken in any
purt of tile tow n.
Office: front corner room at tho Court
house. dd-8ui
p i ix rr i >
— AMU—
PAPER HANGING!
—BY —
If. A . MAKER.
A 1,1, ORDERS FOK PAINTIN’O, PAPER
huugiig, etc., executed wiih nentness
nod dispatch. Orde rs left at the law office of
(Ico. \t . and John T. baker promptly attend*
ed to. al'Uf
HOTELS, ETC.
TURNER HOUSE,
Nontli Main Street. Enrol**. Jiovml*.
B. J. Turner, Proprietor.
Having again assumed Busi
ness at my old stand, I bo* leave to in
form the public that 1 am 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 austomers aro re
spectfully invited to return, and they will re
ceive every possible attention.
THE ROOMS
Aro largo, well furnished and comfortable.
THE TABI.EN
Will, at all times, bo auppliod with the best
tho market affords.
THE BAR
Will bo constantly supplied with tho choicest
R ines, Liquors und Cigars. Charges reason
able.
B. J. TURNER, Prepr.
Eureka, Augusta.'!, 1,V4. au23if
MOCWS.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MV
friends in Eureka and Ruby llill, and the
public in general, that I have leased the
Parker House Restaurant,
And will open the f»arue on
Sunday, the 28th of February,
As a First-Class Eating-house
Hoping to receive a share ef patronage, and
assuring mv friends und tho public that I
will do all in my power to please.
MRS. J NO. A. MUCH.
Riocbo Daily Record copy, fc23-lm
PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE.
N.rlh Maia Street, Eureka.
Formerly Cornucopia Rentaurant.
FRANK SWENSSON, PROPRIETOR.
Having fitted up the finest
lodging establishment in town. I am pre
paircd to furnish rooms in «eit or single. The
house is lifted up a 11 new, th; rooms nro car
peted, the beds are spring, the bouse is neat
and uiry.
•■"Charges Reasonable.T.U
Try the
PACIFIC HOl'IE,
fo2l-lm
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA
D. H. HALL,.PROPRIETOR.
TilF INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
iM.-g in still kept by Ii. 11. HALL in lir«t
" _ class style, tat‘.'lying all patrons; and
in I itst*Tn Nevada the acco-iKiiodatitms can
not be excelled.
THE VERY BEST BEDS
and finely furnished ROOMS, by the night,
'♦eek cr in tilth. aph
J. L. »I!CCKLKY. J. H. LOCKWOOP
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA, NEV.
.lincLlcy &. Lockwood, Proprietors.
TIIK IHMOIS APE SPAC'D US ANI)
L supplied with S| ring Reds throughout.
THE BAR
Is furni-hed with the finest Liquors and
Cigars that can be purchased.
A 1 irnt-elasM KcwlMurant on Hie
First Floor.
The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and
Belmont Stages, all stop at this House.
_jl l-nlii_
The Pioneer Restaurant,
opposite J. S. V bitten*? Mono Store, Ma
Street, Eureka.
©so. r. LtmDGK.SN
virn.i. uk I'li:a.»li> to suk all hil
Tf old friends at his bouse at nny time.
U the PiilAldiil they will tind
The Tables Supplied
■vitb all the delicacies that can bo obtained,
and the Pioneer shall be as well Kept as an>
scstaurunt in Eureka.
tiivo mo a call and seo how entirely you will
ue suited. jel7
ANTELOPE EFSTAURANT
S. W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor,
MAIN STREET, EUREKA, KEV.,
Two doors above the Silver Brick llotol.
PI!K ABOVE RESTAURANT ^
l having been entirely reno
rated and retitted, the ) roprie*
[erasure? the public that In* will
•pare n« pains to merit a share of their pat*
: imago,
ja Mf
W.P, HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
tirll.L KEEP OX HAND AN ASSORT
YY njunt of
Uoscwood Caskets of Every Style,
Coffin Trimmings, Etc.
«,v Funeral* attended to with promptness
and all the arrangements made with care and
attention. Three doors north of l'axton A
(Vs hank, Jiuiu street. Eureka. uihlS
SAM. FRIEDMAN,
Auction anil Commission Merchant,
Dealer in New andSeaoml-IInndGoods.
Tinware, Hardware, Glassware,
CROCKERY.TOBACCO. CLOTHING, BED
DING, FURNITURE, BOOTS AND
SHOES, M IN ELS’ TOOLS, ETC.,
Three doors nbove Woodruff A Ennor’a Staged
Office, Main tiruwfc Eureka. • rfl-v
MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW FURNITURE STORE!
Moyers k Franklin’s old Building, by
Charles W. Schwamb.
r I' 11K I,A BREST AN1) BEST SELECTED
1 stock of furniture erer brought to Ne
vada. Daring procured all my goods direct
from the manufactory, 1 can sell at
San Francisco Prices!
HANDSOME PARLOR ITJIT8
—AN D—
WALNUT 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 goads
«!»©< mlly adapted for the holiday ^reason, to
be sold without reserve, and to which I call
the attention of the trade.
Agent, far Nevada, *f l'i»h back's
Patent Bed-Spring Lounge
The Latest Noroltj.
W all I* apes
or all Kinds;
Decorations, Center Pieces,
Mouldings;
Picture Frames.in NewDeelgns,
With Metal Lining;
Class, Paints, Oils,Varnishes,
Brushes, stc.
Damask I,are Curtains, Wiadew Shades sad
Fixtures, Draperies in l.a«s,Hsps,
Torraeo and Silk.
FA MY C00BS~AND TOYS!
Comprising
Vases, Castors, Fancy Baskets,
Bohemian Glassware,
Dolls, Magic Lanters, Tool Boxea,
Carousals,
Tin Kitchens, Surprise Boxes,
Horsemen,
Willow Coaches, Fancy Boxes,
Sail Boats,
Hobby Horses, Perfumery,
Cradles, Sleds, etc.
dltf CHAS. AV. 8CQWAMB.
Town Lois at Alpha.
r|lHE EITRE'<A AND PALISADE RAIL
1 ROAD COMPANY trill fall, upon easy
and reasonable terms,
Dealraliie I'ou n I.otn nt the Toang
nmi Thriving; Town of
JzL. X_« SP 3EX _A_ ,
I'lie terminus of the Eureka and Palisade
Railroad. Apply at tho eflico et tko Compa
ny, at Alpha. feltf
P. D. DURKEZ,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
rtXSTOFFlCE, EUREKA.
WATCHES AND Cl.OfKS RE
PAIRED with neatness and dispatch.
All kinds of hnrd solder jewolry
work dune in workmanlike manner,
l‘l|H>>ltloimtiUK in the latest sty ».
N. 15.—Particular attention to all witeh
work, and satisfaction iruarantoed. d'JS
FASHIONABLE TAILORING!
rp II K UNI) ER8KJ NED BEGS41
1 leave to inform the citizens of Ku*
r«.*ka niul vicinity that he Las just ar- \KM
rived from Han Francisco with a splon- ■■mL
did assortment #f
CLOTHS OF THE LATEST FATERHS!
And has aliened a trst-slass Tailoring Estab
lishment in Murphy's Lost and Shoe Store,
two doors south o! the Stage UBIoo, Main
street. ,
All Work Onaranteeod I
—AMD—
PRICES TO SUIT THE TUBES !
EDWARD CASEY.
August 6th. 1871. a«7-t
RUBY HILL” WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Taubs 152.000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
WATER Mibb HE FURNISH RD IN
T T Ruby llill. in any desired gnantiUes, at
all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate nnd
lower than ean ho furnished from any other
source. M ater delivered twice daily to pri
vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc.
Tickets ranging from 6V. to 5B couts apiece
will ■ o sold ut the otlice of the company on
Ruby llill, by M'. 11. MILLER, Muperin*
toudont.
M'. 15. 1IARKUB Proprietor.
my2«tf
F. LOB WY
1)E(1S TO INFORM II IS
friends that he ha* bought
the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL
for all the
llastern Papers. Periodlenla, Moca*
lines nail Fashion Books.
And is prepared to deliver them to liis sub*
scribors at their place of residence
FUSE OS' CHARGE!

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