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TxT EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY
eureka daily sentinel. jjjgHKD KVKRY M0RM1X0 tKXCKFT MORPAY) CASSIDY & DENNIS. 0 g. DBn«». _ BIH>- CASRtDY. TKBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OW**"1 .ix month*, by mail.... * * .>M VVNI. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! |AT TT1K COKNEIYOF I MAIN AND CLAKK STKEKTS* eureka, NEVADA. WM. H.CLARK. Eureka, April «. 1*70. ap«f Wholesale Liquor House! Its HMUen'e Ntoue KnlMliig. Hniu tlreel. Eureka. TTAVINO JT'ST RETCHED FROM THE J1 Last, after purchasing a large and SELECT STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIQARS, 1 ui competent of not only com retina with fbiEurcka merchant*, but alike with San mcitco traveler*. 1 will tbo bo able to /«rni*h talooon-keeper* with Cronk U e e r , On and af tor .1 tin* l"t, I *ay nothing hut wind I ant willing to [tiarantoe. Ct'.Mf AM* hKh H)K \tiLli IKLF. 1IKNHV KINK. Fronriotor. '..li'.nivll __ JAMES MURPHY, _ BOOTMAKER. i SUCCESSOR TO THOMAS MURPHY.j JAMfln MURI’llY. PREMIUM ROOT ir.ai.er of the Pacific Coast, i. now pro- j p.rwi to make to order all kinds of boots and shoe*. Stock and WORKMANSUIP sUl’E KlOll to any in Eureka. »*crfeel I'll. Uuaranleecl. Can’t he heat on Co.'it Solo Roots. Itopair i»i neatly done, Shop opposite Paxton A Co’s Rank. Main •treat. Eureka. «>Stf PIONEEIl Barber Shop & Bath House, 1 tot toor north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mai" street. Eureka. T»* DNDEKSMNED, HAVING RE A •■Up openeu the abi vo edablisnmout ell.rt hit professional services to all who »;«• • lr.t-.dsss physiognomical 11A1K ••static SH A VK. SOcentap *0 conu. Shampooing* Connected with the estab. iishmentaro several neat and nr^TVikruit Ratb Rooms, where -TrC—~Slthe most desirable Hot or hold ilaihs can be bnd at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A lhara it public patronage is solicited. U l KS M. M. MOODY. PronT. THE new store. mas. m. a. ashim. A FRESH INVOICE OF RUSSIAN CA rt aotburg Sausage, Anchovies, * **•* *®“. te„ delicious fur lunch. ... F*Wtahl» »e|Mrtni«ut: ^•Hragaa, artichokes, cauliflower, fresh toei?.1*!**' *ni* the Culilurnia vegetables “Ruanuues to suit. iHousskscpliigi at»bA •?“*“ ‘"dcumpUto asaortmont uf Ctai V *itf-n'r*ret castors etc. aerw«ii?k um l'«uitry received throe tlinos “Y «*l>ross. RKKWKaT"11 “ nowlotof LADIES’ UN. -c, A It. nirSMf •'aiaoRg. r. airaoLus. J. EVANS, Agent. ■ORE, REYNOLDS & CO., importer* and Jobbers of AND LIQUORS, 212 California St., San Francisco. auT~fol? Agent* for I’aoifto Coaat for O. 0. Uoerboe County Wbiekiea. a.tf HOTELS, ETC. "turner house. Having again assumed control of the above establishment I am pre pared to accommodate all who may favor mo with their patronage. The houso is to bo iounediatcly overhauled and thoroughly renovated. A fir t-rluss BILLIARD SALOON will also bo added. The Bar Stock will comprise the choicest liquor*, wines and cigar obtainable in th. San Francisco market. The Table Will, at alt times, bo supplied with every del icacy of tho season. B. J. TURN Kit, 1’roprletor. mri.Vtf EUREKA HOTEL. MAIN STREET..EUREKA. NKV. Mrs. Lucy Young, - - Proprietress. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS TO ANY Hotel in the town. Spacious, elegant and woll ventilated rooais, single and en suite. A First-class Restaurant In c< nnection with tho Hotel. Tho depot COACHES and ’BUSSES will convey passengers to and from the Hotel, upon the arrival and departuro of trains. _n'-'l tf_ INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress. Accommodations unsurpassed in Eureka. Elegant and well ventilated rooms. A Fine Dining Hall In connection with tho •vtabliahiKent. __ n lUtf__ MOCH’S. F WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY JL friends in Eureka an j Ruby Hill, a id the public in general, that I have leased tho Parker House Restaurant, And will conduct the n^me As a First-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a •hare of patronage, and •Muring mv friends and tho public that 1 will do all in n*y power to please. MRS. JNU. A. MOCIf. Pioeb© Daily Record copy, fe&Mm Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meal*. 37 1-2 Cent., Sliver Brick Hotel, South Main fltroet, Eureka. 9n and after November, l, I87r>, the above price* will bo charged at tho Silver Hrick. oiiltf \VM. (ilLLEN, Proprietor. The Pioneer Restaurant, opposite J. 8. Whitton‘s Stono Store, Main Stroot. l.uroka. OEO. F. LUNDGREN 1 tT ILL UK PLEADED TO SEE ALL HIS ?T oJd friend* at bin hoax* at any Gmo. At the HOXKI1U thoy will tind The Tables Supplied with all the doticuvio* that cun be obtained, and tho t’ioneci «hall be as woll kept an an) li<--railrunt in Eureka. Give me a call and soe how entirely you will bo suited. jel7 J. L. HINCKLKY. J. H. LOCK WOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA. NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietor*. rpitE BOOMS AUK SPACIOUS AND 1 au|>|died with Spring Led. throughout. THE HAK la furnished with the finuat Liquors and Cigar, til9 * ran bo purchuaod. A lli.l.rlnin UroliiRmnl on Ilia I'lnl Floor. T'ho Palisade, Hamilton, Auatin, Tybo and llelmont Stugea, all .top at this iiousu. jU-nltl Eureka Drug Store! Next Door to W ell*, Knrto ' 4r t o'* (Mice. Whore cun be found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OF AM. KIWOK. Careful attention given to the preparation ot PHYSICIANS* PKKSCKIPTlflNS, Having had a practical knowledge in thisli« for more than twenty-live yearn. apWtt K. J. SCIINKIDKK. Drugging New Photograph Gallery! 1.0t lIS NOM.KO, Proprietor. On South Main street. Kureka. evada, \fY NEWOAGGKKY HAVING BEEN ill completed. 1 am ready to furnish the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To bo obtained in Eastern Nevada. AEG KINDS OK IMOTGKKS are finished in superior stylo and with the latest improve ment* of the art. EN GAUGED PHOTOdltABUS, reprodu eu trom the smallest Miniatures to Life Silo, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken East or West. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved lor future orders, jot IiOUlH MONACO. Artiak MI SC EL LA NEC) US. San Jose Savings Bank, 28ti Santa Clara Street Sun Jose, Cat Capital Stock, - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Assota Jan. 1„ 1375, $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, rkar mg ir.iorost FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SlX PER CENT- payable on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in si* months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelre months, Hoceiptsaro preferable to pass books, be cause the intorest is paid promptly at tb< end of six months from date of eabh deposit, they may also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to bolder. Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate of Interest allowed. Deposits from the interior, or from any part of the United States or Europe, may bo sent by express, or by exchango on San F'rnncisco or New York, in gold or currency. Partios remitting will stule tho time fur which the deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or i’ass Rook—as preferred—will bo promptly returned. Roinittancos in Currency Exchunge will bo credited in gold at current rate. JOHN 11. MOORE, H, II. REYNOLDS, mh7-ly President. Cashier. L. W. CROMKR. T. J. MAUPIN MAUPIN &CROMER Wholesale and Detail Dealers in HARDWARE, Mill ani> mining goods, gas PIPES STEAM AND GAS F ITTINGS. House FumisliiuK <«oodi», STOVES, TIN AN D COPPER WAKE, POW DKK AND FUSE. WINDLASS HOPE OF ALL SIZES, ETC. We i»re also |>r«|>Mr<-<l to (.'lit and Fit Was Pipe. MILL & mm WORK Done on .Short notice. The bwt qiiiilily of Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hana. Also. Manufacturers ol Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work In our line, and guaranteed to give perfect satiafao lon in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder pt.IVDEK, FUSE. CAPS, ETC. allot! MAUPIN A CROMER. J. C. LOCKWOOD. Main street, adjoining the eu reaa Hotel, importer ami dealer in Hardware, Brass and Steam Goods, Bar and Sheet Iron, DriU Steel, Ox and Horse Nails, Rope. Gas Pipe, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fnse and Caps, Cook and Parlor Stoves, Etc., Etc., Etc Copper, Tin and Iron Work Made and Repaired. GENERAL JOBBING AT LOW RATES. on 15-tt Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery IN THE STATE ! —THE— Fashion and the llexter! Two Complete Kst«l>llsliiii<‘nt» UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! RADDLE HOUSES, BUG O gies, Carriage^ Hooka ways, Wagons, etc., in endless variety! Horses Bought and Sold! And a general livery business conducted in all of its branches. Having obtained a permanent lease of the Fashion Stable— Walsh's old stand—I will in the future run the same in connection with the Dexter Livery, Feed and i>alo Stable. Both establishments will bo open for busi ness day and night, '1 ho finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand. Hive me a call. W KENEY. Jl»W EUREKA STABLE CORRAL AND HAY YARD. North Main street, adjoining the Foundry. 'IMI K N RAREST AND MOST CON 1 vanienl to tho Railroad Depot. I have loturnod to the old Ktand. which I nave greaOy improved, and am t.ow prepared to FEED STOCK UN THE PREMISES, Or deliver hav and barley in lots to suit, at any purt of tlm town, at tne LOWEST CASH RATES, As I intend to carry on a regular business in those commodities. ul4tf W. M, SHIPLEY. DAVID LUNDBOM ASSAYER. Ollier: Main stmt. »p|Hwll« the Flo. lircr Renta II raut. »WAccurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL, ADVANCE FROM MV FOR MER very low rates will be eharged in tlie future, though fees will-still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers are rocjuired to pay in advanoe. Eurek a, August 22, 1878. nu28-tf Pi’ivate School T A PRIVATE Si'HOOL WILL BE Xx opened by AIRS. IIEI'/KL on nomlry, I lie 2 till Instant. For thti present tho school will be hold in the vestry-room of St. James’ Episcopal Church. Tonne: For children advanced beyond the Third Header (and including French.), per week, $2.50. For children lost advanced, por week, 11.50. ep2i-ltn SALOONS. FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. HOLEiSALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTRACTS.conetantly on hand: Sarasparilla, blackberry. Lemon, Oranao, Vanilla, Winger, Strawberry, Pine Apple, Hasp berry bherrbet, roar, A inbroeia. Orgeat, Rose, Roctar, Milk Punch, Hock, Ice Cream, ' Claret, CoffeeCroam, Mint, Cho’late creamCatawba. Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry and Don’t Care. EBZVO and CX.UB ROOMS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-mhlt__ EL DORADO SALOON. BILLIARD HALL AND TEN-PIN ALLEY Two Doors Above Paxton A Co's Bank. Main Street, Euroka, IMflS SALOON HAS RECENTLY BEEN thoroughly refitted and refurnished, and stocked with the FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS THAT COULD BE OBTAINED. It will be continued, as heretofore, A First-Class Establishment in Every Respect Every one is cordially invited to eall. LAGER BEE«i from the Philadelphia Brewery of San Irancisco, kept constantly on hand. 20-myHtf D. W. LSVAN. Proprietor. COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA. NBV. None but the finest qualities ot liquors and tho choicest brands of cigala dispensed at tho bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o m And a number ot well-furnished card-roomi for private partios. jalttf HANK KNIGHT, Proprietor. THE SAZERAC SALOON, M*n« Strfkt. Ecrfka. SMITH A CAN A VAX, PROP’S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the moat attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing tho newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, WM. Jl KI, Frop’r, Attached to the SAZERAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with HUT UUFFEE AN l) TEA, ean always be obtained. DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! mylft-tt BILLIARDS ! TBS CORNER HAS JUST RECEIVED NEW BILLIARD TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wire Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. THACHER.1 CLAY SIMMS. / Proprietors. ap!9 CAMBIUMS SALOON -AND LUNCH HOUSE! In the basoment of Whitton's AMERICAN EXCHANGE BUILDING, N. E. Corner oi Main and Clark Sts. CHICAGO BEER, AND THE BEST LIQ uors. Wines and Cigars for 12Vt cunts. Cold Lunch at all hours. haupt & McDaniel (MAC. the Stoge Driver), Proprietors. May d, ld7d. uiyntf ARCADE SALOON! W. 8. BOLAND, Pro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. rplIE BEST! YES. THE VERY BEST,OF Wines, I.lqliorsund rignra Passed over the ARCADE BAR, —FOB— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! d!7-tf W.S. BOLAND. Palace Saloon, East Main streat. South of Wells, Fargo 4 Co. I.rrilKK CUKH. Proprietor. Has fitted up, in the hkst style, tho above Saloon, whore he will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call am) he convinced. Eureka. Nov. Ill, 1K71. nov24-tf STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. All pkopkkty, heal and pfih sonal, is now assessable for State and county purposes. l'ropt rt> bold* r* will con fer a favor by calling at the Assessor's ulliee and giving in their statements, inyotf J. C. i’OWKLI*. County Assessor. MISCELL A NEO US. EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Kureka. Nevada and California LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete aaiortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d7tf E. A f. L. CO. SNETSINGER & HENDERSON, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS IH Provisions, Butter, Eggs, Miners’ Suppll* —AND— General Merchandise GLASS WARE. CROCKERY WARE, AND WSODEN WARE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on hand. Remember the place: Woodruff k Knnoi’s old stand. Main street. Eureka. myl8tf MARK MOORE, Bay Stallion, 16 Hands 3 Inches; I COALED IN 1869; GOT BY GEORGE ’ MOORE out of MOLLY MUSIC, will make the season of 1876 at Mosier's Ranch, Steptoe Valley, Nevada; three days of each week, and at Wm. McCiH’i Ranch, On Duck Creek, Nevada, also three days of each week. Terms.Thirty (830) Dollars. The season to commence on May 1,1376, and end August 1, 1876. Mares not proving in foal, can be returned next season free of charge. Good pasture and care for mares sent to either place. Accidents and escapes at the risk of the owners. Both pastures are well enclosed. ap-7-:tm T. B. STUART. EXPRESS A YD JOB WAGON. T TAKE PLEAS ure in announc ing that 1 have fired up a FIRST-CLASS EXPRESS AND JOB WAGON, and am Ready to do all Kind of Jobbing At the Lowest Rates. Pianos and furniture will be moved with t • GREATEST CAKE. My pormanont stand is in front of J. Cohn A llro's Clothing Store, where orders can be left in my absence. f»tfC. SAMUELS. ROBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanka 152,000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. ATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN Kr by Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate and lower than <vn be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twico daily to pr i vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. I'ickots ranging from 6*q to 66 cents apiece will "e sold at the office of tho company on Ruby llill, by W. 11. MILLER, Superin* lendeuL W. B. HARKUB Proprietor. my 36 tf FRANK ABADIB, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET.I I’REKA. NKV. Office In the Brick Building. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that I am prepared to buy. sell end mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also advanee money on good security. Houses to rent suitable for business or for families. 1 am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will siili continue my wholesale liquor es tablishment. FRANK ABAD1E. ' mr23-tf F. LOH WT Begs to inform his friends that be has bought j the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL (4 for all the » Eastern Papers, Periodicals, Msga, sines and Fashion Books, And is prepared to doliver them to bis sub* seribers at their place of residence FREE OF CHARGE! WTOFFICE, at (1. Young’s Main street._ __ Notice of Sale. 'I'll IS IS CERTIFY THAT 1 HAVE THIS I day sold to D: W. Levan, my entire interest in the EldoradoSaloon and bowling alleys, to gether with all personal propety connectod therewith. F. R. WITTENBERG. Eureka, Nev., May 1st, 1K7U. tf 1) I l>liUE A Ba, I.KTTCKHEAIM, l> and cards, printed at the SENTINEL offiea, to ordee _mjscellaneo vs. THE EUREKA AND PALISADE Rail road! BAS BEEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company ia now ready to entry pa*, ■eager* and freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Train* will ran ai follow* until further notice: Passenger Trains Lear* Eureka daily at.8:90 A. a. Arrive at Palisade at....10:00 a. a. Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. RetnruiHg: Leave Palisade at.«....iMr.it. Arrive at Eureka at...10:30 p.a. Freight and Accommodation Train: ueave Eureka daily at....7:00 a a. Arrive at Palisade at...3:30 p. a. Leave Palisade daily at..... 7:43 a. a. Arrive at Eureka at... 5:30 r. a. The Company will deliver freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH, By its teams, with care and dispatch and at the lowest rates. nCTtf P. EVERTS, tteneral Bup't. ‘ EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY, O F F IC B With Welli, Fargo & Co., Main street, Eureka. THE ONLY LINE Connecting wltb tbe Direct Atlan. lie Cable, For all European cities and towns, and At* lnncic and Pacific Telegraph. For all point! east and west our facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the best in the world. n27tf P. EVERTS. General Sup’t GEORGE YOUNG! Gunsmith and Cutler' Begs to inform the public that he has re moved from his old stand, near the Silver Brick Saloon, to the opposite side, on Main street. non xj. luaimoiui o siure, waere DO Will Dl happy to receive the patronage of his former customers. He also informs the public that he has CONSTANTLY ON HAUDJ The finest and largest assortment GUNS AND"PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other article in tho sporting line. A Urge assortment of Wostenholm's Cutlery. Hntcherst Tools. CnIlrornln.miMle Curving: Seta, Uasors, And all other goods partaining to this line, at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, charges reasonable. Nureka. Feb. 17th. 1G74. felfct-tf EUREKA FOUNDRY. K. O. ANDERSON, Having purchased the proper. ty known as the Eureka Foundry, is now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.* with Castings of All Descriptions | also. Machine Work. nr Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hamil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address ed to L. C. ANDERSON. Eureka Foundry, Eureka. Nevada, Will raeeive prompt attention. o20tf EDWARD CASEY, Fashionable Tailor. Has removed to the north west corner of Main and Rate man streets, above Sweeney’s stable, where he wil! keep constantly on hand Cloths of the Latest Patterns, And a complete assortment of all kinds ot TAILORING GOODS. Keeping fully posted in regard to the latest styles, I am enabled at all times to serve my patrons with FASH IONABLE GARMENTS. All work guaranteed, and PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. No misfits allowed ter leave the shop. nSOtf YOIIING’S CONFECTIONERY! CANDIES, FRUITS, NUTS AND CONFEC TIONERY manufactured by myself, at the new Confectionery Store, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers <£ Franklin's. No Old Imported Co lectionory! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. pS~ I DKVY OPPOeiTIO’Pf. ‘yffl-tf M. YOHNtf.