OCR Interpretation


Eureka daily sentinel. [volume] (Eureka, Nev.) 1871-1887, March 19, 1876, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Nevada Las Vegas University Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84022044/1876-03-19/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

“TJU _ENTINEL
V^TT^ ECREKA. EUREKA COUNTY. NEVADA, SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 19. 1S76. NO. 92
faireka daily sentinel.
^hkp -oppav)
CASSIDY & DENNIS.
_ CKO. W. CASSIDT.
/««* *. DKBNI8- _
OnecAPy* ono . * «»
Oneoopy, ’'^^"onthK, by mail . 8 00
=— the
eureka wo PALISADE
Railroad!
Hxk.BKEN
Competed to Eureka,
And th. Company U now ready to carry pa*
(rngera and freight orer the road
With Regularity and Die patch.
Train* will run a* follow! until further
Rutice;
Paaarngrr Traina
Eureka daily at.. s:S0 a. u.
A^ri»««l I’aliralo at..10:00 a. h.
Making connection with
gut and Weet Bound Train* of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
Brluiuiag:
An it.' at hureka at.-.10..*) r. M.
freight and Aceounaeilallo# Train:
uiPavo fciurcka daily at... 1 “•
Arrive at Talitado at—. r. u.
I ire I'alivade dailv at... 7:'t> *• **•
Arn*e at hurcki at.—. «** p* “•
Ota Company will deliver freight to
EukilUin,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND AL1, 1*01 NTS SOUTH,
By He team*, with ear<- end di«patch and at
tbe l**w«j*t rat**.
P. fc% KK rs, lifmml Aup't.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
omen
With Wells, Tatfio & Os.,
Main *treet, Baraka.
/WNNKt'rS WITH Til K ATLANTIC
' and raciac Tidesrnph linu* ai I'uli.adu.
Jlc.fU.va font to all i.oii.tw on the Pacific
(nan and Baatern State*.
eZTtf P. EVEIiTS. (loneral Sup't
THE NEW STORE.
MP.S. M. A. ASHIM.
nmBCHOlcEST FAMILY OKOCERIES.
1 frs*)i vegetables, poultry, game. oysters.
6-1 sU.
I bavrt also u complete assortment of
UhUuS' • NUKMWk.A . »n*h as night
dr»MtM.ehcuiisu, skirt* etc. us low as they
vs# »>t bough: in '«n I ranciwo.
Mid© ;s fr.r Lunches: Mexican cannel
f^' s t'wiUia, •h«,*p toutfuas, pig** foot, dev*
ilej i kiekwo, ham, ami turkey, and ucoasiouul
in 0f f r%>a>h cruhs uml shrimp*. fltf
P. LO£3 WY
UKti.fi TO INFORM Ills mWwtm
U friends that he has I on, lit /J
tieaaoncyol J. II. Mil UAtiL ^
Eastern I'siiera. Pfriodleala, MaiC*
altte»nN<l I'aahliia
Audit prepared to d«liv*r them to his sub
toners at thoir place of residence
r U K K OF CIIAKUEI
■rumcE. «t o. YouiiK'.liun.iiiitu
*’«t«Mw.c uml Kronkltn**
UnWAND JOBWAGON.
Beady to do all Kind of Jobbing
At tho Lvwot Katin.
*!*>«» and furniture will b. mov'd wlih t
on latest cake.
v!!]n b’*Tmi«n®r*t .tan.l i- in front of J.
mi i i ir.° ' UntliU k " tore, whore order.
M ,™' )flmniy »b«n,c.
... (1. SAMUELS.
Per ^i»le.
** 1*101 HK.NEVADA.
A Itare Chance
Eor a nuin with a
®*PITAt OF 93,000.
l lnd \l[lHrK STtlCK OK I URNITI HI:
* *t>U Mnm.fiietiirin* tool. „f
, J. R STAPLES.
Itma.wAv str’‘'''V •"•Ofthor With (hr
■“'ltlloUt.,, "T'lT‘ ,'r,VH"* I'wnlllllir
MtoUuwo which I he .UM« »rc .irUl.t, ,1.
<h«tiw> mIK' •-"crirol"' iimo ihif* i. (4 rftr,
IC 17 111 H *'*><1 f’Ojinir hu'.nc.p
•orihvll'f Ik ,,r0|’."e.v I. centrnllr liicntnl *,„l
»h.V.*K> it"
,1<Mf J- li. STAPLES, Mecln.
MISCELL A NEO US.
DEMOCRATIC
STATECENTRALCOMMITTEE
-OF THE—
State of Nevada.
xtotick-a MEETING OF THE demo.
ItI i-ro'ic Stat* » cut ml Comnriiitt*e will be
bel‘1 at the oifico ol the Chairman, in llanak’s
building, C street, Virgin!. City, Nevada, on
Saturday, March 25, 1870,

At 2 o’clock r. it., for the purpose of sol-cting
Delegates to the National lioinocratic Con
vention, to be hvld In ,'t- Louis, on Tuesday,
the‘.Tib day of •) uno. Ih7li. or in case ii shsll
bo doomed more expedient, to call a State
Convention lor that purpose. Members of
the Committee will pleasecouiuitinicateforth
with with the Chairman, as all the records
of the Committee have boon destroyed by firo.
\\ . E. K. DUAL.
Chuirman Democratic State Cemral Com.
Huk't. E. Lowkuy, Secretary.
Virginia. Feb. 2b, I87ii. mr’itd
aotta saecsx, Hi'OH it’f Ki'a.
SROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. (Joewoy A Co.,
Importers of Liquors,
p z ns a
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
409 anil 411 I resit SI.,
San Francisco. : : : California.
niritf
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
Z.. C. A ST D msonr,
Having phrchasei* the proper
ty known fti the Eureka Foundry, m
now prepared to furnish nulla, furnaces, ote.
with
Castings of All Dcarriptiona t also.
Machine Work.
••* Orders from Austin, Balmont, Harr.il*
on, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled wirb
dispatch. All work lenvin* this foundry
<H ALANTEKD. and on the most reasonable
tortus. larders loft at the foundry, or address
ed to L. C. ANOELriuN,
Kiue«a Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Will room vc prnmut attention. o'Jdtf j
HIRAM JOHNSON,
Wholesale and Cotail (icaler in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
-AUI>
Provisions
Butter and Eggs a Specialty.
Uilcago 11 nan ib nmi Rrcnklast Baean
sugar cured, alwavs unhand.
•‘•‘Throe doors north ot Clark street, or
Main street. an!tf
SNETSINGER & HENDERSON.
VHOLKAAl.K AMl» KKTUL |»KAl,Kft* Ul
aztoosmss
Provisions, Butter,
ESS*> Miners’ Supplie
-.,'iii
General Merchandise
GLASS WAKE, CROCKERY WAKE. AN1
WSODEN WAKE.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
Coun.-inily on hiind.
Remember the place: Woodruff X Knnoi*
old stand. Main street. Eureka. mylhtf
New Firm! New Goods!
8AN FRANCISCO MARKET.
F. A. MILLICll : : : j PROPUJ KTOll.
I WILL KEEP A CONSTANT^
supply of Fr»*li i'aiiiorni. ^ __ ►
l rodi*€*<*. to arrive w ry irain. Aim * i>n,
turkeys, Chicken*, Fri^h Oysters, Homy in
tLecotnh. llama, ami a general assortment 01
FAMILY GROCERIES'
Fresh from the importing h »u*oa cf toe East
and West, two doors above thu Parker lioust,
Main stroot. dl7tf F. A. M ILLlCtl.
JUST RECEIVED
J. H. MICHEL'S.
MAIN tit.. KliUKKA,
First dcor above W. II. Stt.well’s Drug Store,
A fresh stock of
Stationery of nil kinds,
Cigars and Tobacco.
Meerschaum Pi|»ee.
Cutlery, Toys,
And fancy good* of all kinds.
X. 11.—A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi
day presents. d#tf
ABADIR’S
WHOLESALE LIQUOR
ESTABLISHMENT.
duel Street, .... - Eureka. Nevada.
I TAKE THIS METHODTlF INF0RM1NU
the public that notwithstanding i have
4»iit the rf tail business, 1 still continue my
W UULESALE liquor establishment, haviua
removed my office to th*» IPMcK BUILD
lNti fronting on Buel street. The finest
liquors in quantity, and ease goods in grout
variety constantly on hand, at living rates.
1 also bold myself in readinoss to do a gair
■ral contructirg business, ibe highest cash
•rices paid .or chocks, coal receipts, and
rood nap^r. sp8tf K14ANK AUaDIE.
| MOAI. in 4UK**OF ALL DKBCdiP
| lion*, printed to order al the SENTINEL
if I SC EL L A NEO US.
1 -- -- '-j-.'Jim .—' 1 1 ■—
J. C. LOCKWOOD*
Main street, adjoining tue eu
roK& liotul, iiopurtar aud dealer in
Hardware, Brass and Steam Goodh,
Bar and Sheet Iron, Drill Steel,
Ox and Horse Nails, Rope.
Gas Pipe, Giant and
Blasting Powder,
Fuse and Caps,
Cook and Parlor
Stoves, Etc., Etc., Etc
Copper, Tin and Iron Work
Efface and Repaired.
GENERAL 0BB! *C AT LOW RATES.
ms 25-tf _______
San Jose Savings Bank,
280 Snntn Clara Street San Jose. Col..
Capital Stock, - - - $600,000.
Paid in Slock—Gold Coin, $300,000.
Assets Jan. 1., 1875.$1,324,155.52.
1 \ EPOS IT RECEIPTS ISSUED, BEAR
1 / ing interest FROM DATIi Ob DEPOS
IT at FIX PER CENT., payable on demand:
KKJilT FEU CENT., payablo in six months,
and NINE per cent, payable in twelr»
month*.
Receipts are preferable to pa a* book*, bo
l'Aupo the interest is paid promptly at th
end of fix months from date of each deposit
the* may also be transierr* d by indorsement,
and principal with interest will be paid to
holder.
1 a** book* issued, if desired, and same rate
of interest allowed.
Deposit* from rhn interior, or from any part
of thu United Mates or Europe, may be sent
by express, or by exrhango cn San Francisco
or New York, in gold or currency. Parties
remitting will state the time for which the
deposit is to be marie, and a Deposit Receipt
or l as* Rook—as preferred—will be promptly
returned.
Remittances in Currency Exchange will
bs credited in gold ru current rate.
JOHN H. MOORE, Ji. II. REYNOLDS, |
mh7-l v I'reaidout. Cashier.
E. B. MILLER.
DEALER IN
HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES,
At the oM stand of tliu E. and I*. R. It.
Also Agent for Fire Insurance,
Representing somo of the largest companies
doing businosi on tho Pacific Coast
rSMm
Eureka Drug Store!
><•*« IhMii- Itt W>1N, I'll rtf o ©
«i A il’ll Ollier. Ju
Where cun be found
Fresh and Pure Medicines
Patent Medicines of all Kinds,
Perfumery ami Toilet Artic'e*
Ol AI.l. KINDS.
;»roful nitration ifiven to llio prepmr.tion ot
PHYSICIANS’ PKLKCKll’TIONS,
Having had n praetical knowledge in thislia
for more than twsntyfivs years.
spAttt F. J. SOUNEl 1>ER. Druggist.
I) A X CISC ACADEMY.
Frofessor Bach
* NNOIWCES 10 THE lTDLIC
x\ that classes tor instruction will
coinrnonce Till K$DAY owning, Jan
uary oth.
( lueses of instruction for gentlemen, TUES
Da Y owning, at 8 o’clock,
ractising class, THURSDAY’ evening at
8 o’clock.
1.adios free at practising classes on Thurs*
day evenings.
(lasses of instruction for ladies on TUES
f»A \ and ’111 Ul.Ml AY, at 2 o’clock r. u.
Wi*It regular attendance rapid progress is
guaranteed.
.itti-1 m PROF. L. BACH.
PIONEElt
Barber Shop & Bath House,
him dour ninth of tho Honour Restaurant.
North Main street. Eureka.
' | MIK UNDERSIGNED, HAVING KE
1 orally opened the above ostablistiuiont
.„icrs bis proiussioual services to ull who
lesiro n hr.-1-class physiognomical 1IA1K
Cl'T. or an ecstatic SHAVE.
itc* Hair Cutting, ->0 cents. Shampooing
ill) cents.
a Connected with tuuestal
lisbmont are suveral neat anu
otegunt Hath Rooms, where
the most desirable Hot or
Cold Laths can be had al all times.
BATHS. 75 CENTS.
A share it public paironaito is solicited.
/A I KS M. M. VI All! V. PropT.
j. lkyih, Eureka. I. simoh, Sail hranctMo
LEVIN & SIMON,
iui’okti ks Attn tikali bs is
CIGARS,TOBACCO.STATIONERY
CONFKCTIOHLBY, SCHOOL BOOKS,
ETC., El C.
HfHln Klreet, Burst . evada
nl __
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TeLECRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
>| IMS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO
1 transmit uioney by telegraph to all
Point* i n tho i'acitic Coast, and to all princi*
pal cities and towns nighout tho United
Stan*. For term*. npp«y to Local Agent*.
Wi-r*
i rioting
MISCELL A NEO US.
— T II E
OLD BROKER!
sovxrs ron the
BLACK HILLS!
I Will Sell for the Hext 30 Days
the Remainder of
J^SG,0 O O
Worth of Jewelry, Consisting of
$5,000 Worth of
DIAMONDS!
45 Gold Watches, Howard and va
rious other Manufacture,
165 Silver Watches, Howard, Wal
tham and T. S. Bartlett
manufacture.
960 dwt. Gold Guard and Vest
Chains.
120 Assorted Coin Silver Vest
Chains.
65 Sets Ladies’ Amethyst, Cameo,
Topaz, and California Gold
manufacture.
14 Pair Ladies' Gold Bracelets,
Band and Chain.
975 Ladies' and Gents' Gold Rings.
65 Sets Ladies' and Gents’ Best
Quality Sleeve Buttons.
500 Sets Gents’ Gold Studs,
And vario a other articles of Jewelry toe
numerous to mention.
In order to savo freirht-it’« a long dis
tance to Cheyenne—I will sell the following:
40 Shotguns, breech end muzzle loaders.
MMionuine Whistlers.
40 Briti-h Bulldogs.
25 Smith A Wesson Russian model im
proved pistols.
I>gross gun and pistol ceps end weds.
<it X I, Pistols, calibre He, wood, ivory and
pearl handle.
t>5 assorted Colt's pistols, old and now im
provement.
Til liinaldnill, 7, and 8 inch Roger’s Bowie
knives.
4 gross assorted Wostonholtn Pocket-knives.
Id f ongier fit Id glass.
d gross i.oguis' tripplc-plated knivos, forks
and spoons.
40.0001 artridges, assorted, to fit any pistol
or gun.
75 sacks B«»orted shot.
2*4) cans of powder, first quality for pistols
or guns.
225 i locks, too bulky to pack, will be sold
at Eastern prices.
. 25.C00 Assorted Cigars.
— A l.SO —
7 Sets of Faro Tools, Checks, etc.
5 Card-trimmers, almost new.
4 Double Card-boxes.
3 Case-keepers.
45 Doz. Square Faro Cards.
2 Snap Roulette Wheels,
And a quantity of articles, mostly now, which
L will sell, positively without reserve,
lOR CASH ONLY.
H. MANIIEOT.
Corner Main and Clark streots. Eureka.
I*. S.—All p«r*on« indebted to me will call
and pottle up within TillKTY DAY’S, a* col
lation* will be untorcod without rosorvo after
that date. *\u grooo.
totf 11. MAN HEIM.
SAN FRANCISCO STORE!
Maim St., bklow thk Paukkr Housk.
JOHN SHINDLER, • • PROPRIETOR.
Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!!
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Cheaper than at any other «atablishmentin
tho town.
DRY GOODS.
1 would also call attention to the LADIES’
DEPAUTMEXT. l’ricos no object. French
merinos ut 7j cents por yard and everything
else in proportion.
Tho goods to arrive are the choioe from the
host importing houses of Now York and Nan
Francisco and wore selected with groat care
by tho moat competent judgea.
I would especially invito tbnladioaofEure*
ka to cull and convince thmuelvoi of the tre
mendous sacrifice at which 1 am selling all
the goods in thoir department.
1 ucsiro especially to inform the public that
I aui now CLONIN’! I OUT iiy So miner good*
at an enormous sacrifice. Lawns that cost 7.Y
conts at 1> to Hi cents; grer adines that cost
7.1 cents ut 2'| cents, and everythin* else in
proportion. I luustsell. aud will m 11,
HEUAIIDLENN OF l’KIOL!
Tne fact is that my store and waroh >us • ar.
crowded with choice goods, and 1 bavu an
Immense Stock of Fall and
Winter Goods
.Already on the road for which room must be
mude ini mediately.
Dentlemen*’ wear will ulso bo fold at sim
ilarly reduced priced.
Call und examine my great stock before
purchasing t»lp<*w hero,
uih’i-apll-jy22tf JOHN SlllNDLKR.
NOTICE !
PYKTIKS HAVING PIPES ON TIIEIH
premises. from the Water Works, will b,
held ro«ponsible for water taken therefrom
without written nermbsou of the superintend*
eat. YV. \V. McCOY, Proprietor.
Gao. F. Hi.isa. Superintendent.
- mur7-3ud
IT,
iIISCELL ANEO US.
Jonx k. Paxton, allkx a. cubtis, h. kullrk
PAXTON & CO.,
B ANK.BRS.
EUREKA, NEVADA,
Draw at sight, in sums to sun
ON
Anglo-Californian Bank...San Francisco
Anglo-Californian Bank .....London
J. A W. Seligman A Co...New York
D. 0. Mills A Co...—.Sacramento
Decker A Jewett.-.Marysville
White A MeCornick...-Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
on open account. Certificate, or Speeial De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
Kihll
B. B. XMBKSL A CO.
BANKERS.
Iu the Old Expreet Balldiar,
Main Street, Eureka.
J^RAWS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW TORS
LONDON,
And all principal cities in the United State*
and Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Currency en
open account; Certificates or Speeial Deposits,
and will transact a
General Banking Business.
Long experience in the
Collecting Department
Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies u* in an
nouncing that w* wilt make
Collections from Abroad a Specialty
apfitf
.
«V '
a
S.
;i mn>
THE LITTLE MONITOR
SEWING MACHINE!
Is ont of th«
\ * • :
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS OF
THE AGE!
IT MAKES THE LOCK-STITCH THE
chain stitch, and the cable-stitch direct
Ironi tbo two spools.
It dispenses with shuttles and bobbins.
It makes tbe most beautiful embroidery,
direct from tbe two spools.
It will work with any kind of thread.
It is almost entirely noisolcss.
This machine bus been thoroughly tested
on all kinds of goods and is warranted to
excel aay machine in the market.
Office, three doors above the Turner House.
R. II. PARKER,
Sole Agent for tbe Stato of Nevada.
•VReliable agents wanted in every town
in the State. Wtf
I MEAN BUSINESS^
XHAVK JUST RECEIVED A
fine assortmens of jewely for tbe
holidays. Also a well selected stock of ► ®"*3
SILVER and PLATED WARE. Cake \uy
Baskets, Castors. Pickle and Butter Dishes,
Do blots. Napkin Rings, etc.
Mv motto is:
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repnired in a workmanlike manner, and all
work guaranteed.
(live mo a call, FRANK DURKEE.
diltf
MISCELLANEOUS.
SACRAMENTO MARKET.
3f». 74 K Street,
Sacramento ; : ; : California
David De Bernard!,
Suooetior to De Bernard! k Sani,
General Commission Merchant
DEALER IN
Vegetable*,
Fruit, Fi»h,
Poultry,
Game,
*If«/
And General Produce.
I have on hand, frath every day.
Green Pea*, Asparagai, Hew Po
tatoee, etc., etc.
Special attention paid to eidara from deal
ers in the interior.
Nothing but the best Is my motto. Goods
carefully packed. inr3-lm
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
I WANT MY CUSTOMERS AND THE
public in general to know that I am pre
pared to lurnish tho
Best Hat Pine and Mahogany Wood
at $12 and (13 per Cord,
Delivered to any part of town. Also
Stove Wood
In quantities to suit.
fiS-im R. H. EGLESTON.
S. FRIEDMAN,
DCALKft IM
FAMILY GROCERIES, GROCERY AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
CONSTANTLY ON IIANB. A CHOICE
lot of Family Groceries and Country
Produce.
Ladies, if you want your husbands to love
you. goto Friedman's for your grooeries, ag
the following will show:
Oh! say not! love you, because the molasses
You purchased at Friedman’s was golden
and elear;
The syrup, tho sugar, the jelly in glasses.
The erackers, the mack’rel I know were net
dear.
But when you came to me with Friedman’s
smoked salmon.
And showed me his samples of Ltaberger
choese,
I felt that his claim to be cheap was notgam*
mon,
X loved you, and said A>, dear Jane, on my
knees. je28tf
JAMES MURPHY,
13 O OTMAKER.
SUCCESSOR XO
THOMAS MURPHY.
JAMES MURPHY, PREMIUM BOOT
maker of the Pacific Coast, is now pre
pared to make to order all kinds of boots and
shoes. Stock and WORKMANSHIP SUPE
RIOR to any in Eureka.
Perfect Fit. (jinamuteed.
Can’t bo beat on Cork Sole Boots. Repair
ing neatly done.
Shop opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, Main
street. Eureka. o3tf
Sweeney's Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—THU—
Fashion and the Dexter!
Two Complete bltMtohnealt
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT!
SADDLE HORSES, BUG
ties. Carriages, Recka
ways, Wagons, etc., in endless
variety!
Horses Bought and Sold!
And a general livery business conducted in all
of its branches.
Having obtained ^ permanent lease of the
Fashion Stable—Walsh’s old stand—1 will iD
the future run the same in connection with
the Dexter Livery. Feed and Sale Stable.
Both establishments will be open for busi
ness day and night. The finest stock and
turnouts in Amerioa always on hand. Give
me u call. SWEENEY.
jlS-tf__
EUREKA STABLE
CORRAL AND HAY YARD.
North Main street, adjoining the Foundry.
TMIE NEAREST ANDMOST CON- tijV
▼enient to tho Railroad Depot. I sfCJri
have returned to the old stand, which 1 have
greatly improved, and ain now prepared to
FEED STOCK ON THE PREMISES,
Or deliver hay and barley in lots to suit, at
any part of the town, at the
LOWEST CASH RATES.
As I intend to carry on • regular business in
those commodities.
dHtfW. M. SHIPLEY.
FOR RENT.
The fire-proof room corner or
Ruel and Clark streets, in rear of the
Corner Saloon.
-ALSO —
A house containing two rooms, on Buel
Ur set, below dark. Inquire of
Omt GEO. THAOH1R A CO.
• III s ...

xml | txt